Al or anyone. Can vinegar cause harm this way?
I was wondering if vinegar can cause harm at a capful per gallon of water if ones water supply has a pH that is already very low and doesn't know it?
Can using vinegar to try and see if it may be the cause of a nutrient uptake 'in case their water is too akaline, cause harm to plants if they have a low pH already and is not aware of this?
We know it can help those of us with higher ph, and it has helped me since my water reads 8.5
But I don't want to give this suggestion, to use vinegar to someone who does not want to test their water supply or who is oblivious to their ph levels, and that may already have a very low 'pH' water supply.
So, if one adds vinegar to tap water at such small doses, can it harm their plants, make their water solution even lower in pH than it already may be causing more harm than good? Is it only for those with a certainty,,,,,, high pH water readings?
Sheesh, I hope you know what I mean. This situation has come up on the citrus forum and I do not want to dispense bad information.