It depends on the concentration and the amount. If you have enough muratic acid and if it's strong enough, yes. Otherwise, the probablility of killing the tree is inversly proportional to the strength of your desire to kill the tree.
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Pour 1 litre of round up weed killer around the base...... then just wait.
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Acid rain often times kills plants but make sure that the pH level of the acid rain is around 4 if you really want kill the plant, that pH level is pretty deadly. ~Singer
Killing a TreeAmong the possibilities:DiseaseLightningChainsawCaterpillarsIf you are TRYING to kill a tree, (like a someones tree blocking your view) Either pound big copper nails into the base all the way around, or drill the base and put copper rods on the holes.- Go to this web site and click on How to Kill a Treehttp://www.treelink.org/docs/appleton_posters.php
Muriatic acid is better known as hydrochloric acid (HCl) and, yes, it would kill bees.
You sure can... And they wont come back!
Absolutely not. It will kill them.
Its the same thing has Hydrochloric Acid. Chlorine fumes come off of it which could potentially kill you.
No. It takes chorine or non-chlorine shock to kill algae. An algaecide is usually used in conjunction with shock to kill algae.
It is a 2 on the acid-base scale, highly toxic to ingest - it will kill you.
Yes, muriatic acid can kill fleas. The product in question also carries the name hydrochloric acid and represents an extreme measure that is unfriendly to people, pets, places and wildlife. Fleas respond to such gentler measures as cedar chips; diluted salt, soap or vinegar sprays; and essential cedarwood, eucalyptus, lavendar, lemongrass and peppermint oils.
evergreens prefer acidic soils and the introduction of an acid source will release nutrients trapped in the soil profile but too much acid will kill the tree.
Very small amounts of muriatic acid are mixed with water to lower the pH balance of the water and make it suitable for water pine trees. It is important to be careful and test the pH balance of the water because too much muriatic acid will kill the trees.
Muriatic acid will lower the Ph of the water in a swimming pool which may be helpful if the pH is too low, However the best way to kill algae in the pool is to try shocking it first and failing that get algaecide. as a last resort use a clarifier making sure you follow the instructions on the container.
All fish and plants will die. An acid will lower PH in the pond, a level that will clarify will surely kill all living things in it.
You shouldn't use any acid when cleaning your toilet. It can kill the bacteria that the system needs to break down waste.