10 Roundup Weed Killerの代替



4月 27, 2022を更新しました


We are relieved to see the current crop of harmful weed killers come under heavy scrutiny. A California jury awarded over $2 billion in favor of a couple with cancer, ordering Monsanto to compensate for failing to warn consumers that exposure to Roundup weed killer causes cancer.


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As promised, here are the top 10 natural weed killers that you can start using now to help reduce your exposure. You can use them yourself or recommend them to your neighbors and city planners. You can even share this page with your local farmers! Please leave your own suggestion in the comments below.


1. Contact Organics

This brand new natural weed killer, developed by regenerative farmer and self-professed Student of the Soil, Howard Vliger, restores balance in the environment by improving the soil micro biology while controlling unwanted plant growth. Through this approach, you can remove toxins from your food, thereby bringing back balance to your body. Used per the label, this is a pet safe weed killer.

Contact Organics Weed Terminators Mixing and Application Video from Contact OrganicsVimeo.

If you are on the West Coast or are looking for another alternative solution, check out Avenger.

2. Mulch and Permaculture

3. No-till cover crops

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4. Saturated steam weed control

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5. Electric shock weed control

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6. Electric weed control

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7. Fatty Acid Based Herbicidal Soap


  • 8。塩ベースの除草剤*
  • 9。 OSMのような高割合の酢スプレー
  • 10。植物毒性オイル(別名エッセンシャルオイル)



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Acetic Acid – Commonly known as vinegar, acetic acid affects the cell membranes of a plant and causes rapid breakdown of foliage tissue on contact. Vinegar used for herbicidal purposes can be organic household vinegar, which is roughly five percent acetic acid or agricultural vinegar, which has an acetic acid concentration of roughly 20 percent. Insufficient quantities, agricultural vinegar by itself will quickly burn down a weed.

There is much debate on the efficacy of household vinegar versus agricultural vinegar in alternative herbicides. Research has found that acetic acid concentrations between 5 and 10 percent can provide viable control of very small, young weeds that have one or two leaves (or are within two weeks of germination). Larger weeds with three or four leaves more are likely to survive this concentration. Using higher agricultural vinegar with a higher concentration of acetic acid and increasing the application volume can improve weed control.

Salt* – Some choose to combine vinegar with salt to make their alternative herbicide more potent. Like vinegar, salt is a desiccant, so it dries out leaves and stems. 

Oil or Soap – Oil will break down any coating or other natural barriers that many weeds produce to protect their leaves. By using oil or soap in your mixture, you give the vinegar a greater chance to penetrate the weed. Additionally, oils and soaps break the tension water on weed surfaces, which keeps the mixture from running off.

If you would like more information on ingredient concentration levels for your alternative herbicide, check out this article from Garden Counselor.

*BEWARE: any form of sodium chloride is toxic to almost all plants and soil communities. It does not break down, and after it kills the grass in your walk, will poison and even kill large specimen trees where their roots run under the sidewalk or treated area.


  • 代替の除草剤は、暑い日に散布すると最も効果的です。可能であれば、湿度が低くなり、朝露が燃えるまで待ちます。これにより、混合物が雑草と接触したままになります。
  • 殺したくない植物に混合物を噴霧しないように注意してください。注意しなければ、保護しようとしている植物にダメージを与えることができます。
  • 特に酢酸の濃度が高い農業用酢を使用している場合、混合物が皮膚に損傷を与える可能性があるため、手袋と保護メガネを使用してください。
  • 大きな雑草や多年生の雑草は、散布後にしおれたり変色したりする場合がありますが、場合によっては数日または数週間後に再生します。これらの雑草は、複数のアプリケーションを制御する必要があります。



  • 広葉樹のオオバコ
  • じゅうたん
  • ハコベ
  • クラブグラス
  • カットリーフイブニングプリムローズ
  • ツタ
  • レディスサム
  • ラムズクォーターズ
  • オリエンタルマスタード
  • 淡いスマートウィード
  • とげのあるアマランス
  • タンブルピグウィード
  • ベルベットリーフ



  1. 公衆衛生の安全
  2. 訴訟の回避
  3. 改善された土壌と水分保持
  4. 水質の改善
  5. 造園の寿命の改善


  • ステファニーミラー
    コメントした 2022-04-21 16:44:06 -0400
    Looks like ecomight was a not so good and honest product. They received a letter from the EPA. Here is part of that letter:

    Sent by email
    Michael Briansky
    Chief Executive Officer EcoMIGHT
    6538 Collins Ave Suite 403
    Miami Beach, FL 33141
    [email protected]

    Re: Advisory Letter Dear Michael Briansky:

    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) is issuing this advisory letter after becoming aware of concerning sample analysis results taken from two EcoMIGHT products: (1)
    W.O.W. (Whack Out Weeds!) Non-Selective Weed & Grass Killer and (2) ECOMIGHT-PRO Weed & Grass Killer. The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (“FIFRA”), 7
    U.S.C. §§ 136 to 136y, governs the production, sale, distribution, and use of pesticides in the United States. FIFRA Section 2(u), 7 U.S.C. § 136(u) defines a “pesticide” as “any substance or mixture of substances intended for preventing, destroying, repelling or mitigating any pest.” The term “pest” includes any weed, or any other form of terrestrial or aquatic plant as defined in FIFRA Section 2(t), 7 U.S.C. § 136(t).
    The sample of W.O.W. (Whack Out Weeds!) Non-Selective Weed & Grass Killer was collected by the San Diego County Agriculture, Weights and Measures, while the sample of ECOMIGHT- PRO Weed & Grass Killer was collected by the Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner.
    Both samples were analyzed by the California Department of Food and Agriculture Center for Analytical Chemistry. The two EcoMIGHT products claim to be exempt from FIFRA under Section 25(b), 7 U.S.C. § 136w(b), specifically the Minimum Risk Pesticides criteria at 40 CFR Part 152.25(f).
    The samples were found to contain the following pesticide ingredients and amounts:
    W.O.W. (Whack Out Weeds!) Non-Selective Weed & Grass Killer
    • Glyphosate – 192.0 mg/mL
    • Cypermethrin – 0.1 ppm
    • Bifenthrin – 2.1 ppm
    • Permethrin – 20.0 ppm
    • Carbaryl – 30.0 ppm
    ECOMIGHT-PRO Weed & Grass Killer
    • Glyphosate – 160 mg/mL
    • Bifenthrin – 0.037 ppm
    • Permethrin – 0.12 ppm
    Please be advised that 40 CFR Part 152.25(f) specifies six criteria which must be met to claim
    exemption under FIFRA Section 25(b), 7 U.S.C. § 136w(b), as a Minimum Risk Pesticide1.
    These criteria list specific “active” [see 40 CFR Part 152.25(f)(1)] and “inert” [see 40 CFR Part
    152.25(f)(2)] pesticide ingredients that are eligible for exemption, all of which must be listed on
    the product label [see 40 CFR Part 152.25(f)(3)(i)]. None of the ingredients found in the samples
    of W.O.W. (Whack Out Weeds!) Non-Selective Weed & Grass Killer and ECOMIGHT-PRO
    Weed & Grass Killer are included on the active or inert ingredient lists at 40 CFR Part
    152.25(f)(1) or 40 CFR Part 152.25(f)(2), respectively, and none of these ingredients are listed
    on the product labels.
  • ステフ・マケイニー
    コメントした 2021-02-11 08:28:35 -0500
    the articles were published on a news blog: https://ecomight.com/news/. very helpful for those looking. if you want contact herbicide, thats not it. We are thrilled with our results. thanks! Steph
  • ステフ・マケイニー
    コメントした 2021-02-11 08:27:13 -0500
  • ステフ・マケイニー
    コメントした 2021-01-23 12:28:36 -0500
    We all need to listen to Sandy. EcoMIGHT is the best herbicide by far. My son’s school switched to it and as a former turf grass manager with a degree from University of Florida (Gainseville), I was skeptical and now the biggest fan of EcoMIGHT. It’s worth every penny. I’m not getting paid a fee for this, but I know the karma effect. This is their website: EcoMIGHT.com https://ecomight.com/
  • サンディグラッドストーン
    コメントした 2020-05-25 08:40:31 -0400
    アンドリューは正しいです。 EcoMight除草剤は、切り上げよりも根に移行します。それは本当に信じられないほどうまく機能します。ラウンドアップから変更したくなかったので、それに直面しましょう。安価で機能します。私たちは、代替案を求めるお客様からの強いプレッシャーにさらされていました。皮肉なことに、私たちのビジネスは安全な製品への変更から増加しています。私たちの顧客はそれについて話している(これは良いことだ)。これはおそらく、私が有機市場全体で見た中で最高レベルの有効性です。強くお勧めします。
  • Liha rinehardt
    コメントした 2020-02-12 19:27:40 -0500
    @Robert Crann.. interested in trying Ecomight. Their website seems to be down. Where did you purchase it?
  • ロバート・クラン
    コメントした 2020-01-01 11:47:59 -0500
    I’ve been using a product called Ecomight weed and grass killer. We have a crew of 150+ workers on the ground in Southern California at any given time. I’m worried about lawsuits but the main concern is reducing the exposure from roundup and glyphosate. The problem is very few products work as good as the toxic ones. I’ve even tried vinegar and salt. It just never seems to work good and having the soil tested, the vinegar actually kills the soil! I went into this with skepticism but came out a big fan. We are now ordering the Ecomight product in 55 gallon drums. The product works…actually I think it’s better than roundup in many ways. I’ve been on an “herbicide hunt” for years experimenting and trying every new product. It also has equated to cost savings. The product does cost more, but all organics generally do. I was ok with that but the big surprise was how long it lasted. I typically send our applicators every 12-18 days to re-spray after using roundup. The ecomight weedkiller is lasting around 90 days. Needless to say, I was shocked. I told other members of the landscaping association about it and it seems we are not the first to discover it. They have been using the Ecomight all year at many of the HOA’S, and Brentwood school districts. I can’t verify but another crew said they use it at LA, Stanford and UCLA. this may be true, and I hope it is because no matter what product we all use, as long as it’s non-toxic and safe, its better than Roundup! I must add one point, that some of the other herbicdes listed as OMRI don’t work as good but the main issue is they harm butterflies and bees. This is a “no-no” for a few of my customers so I decided to stay away from those. Hope this info is helpful. Feel free to share your thoughts or if you have a better product for weeds thats safe, would love to hear about it. Just wanted to share my experiences and success with this product. Thanks! Rob
  • カリン・ウェストディック
    コメントした 2019-07-04 20:59:45 -0400
  • リサ・クロウ
    コメントした 2019-05-18 21:57:21 -0400
  • トッド・ハニーカット
    コメントした 2019-04-01 14:26:15 -0400
  • バートン・シュレーダー
    コメントした 2018-06-22 21:09:18 -0400