The Q&A Archives: Using Vinegar to increase acid in soil?

Question: I have several gallons of generic Vinegar. I have dozens of azaleas. Our Oklahoma soil is very alkaline so I add peat moss and peat compost all the time. Would I increase the acid content in my soil safely by sprinking Vinegar into my composting oak leaves? And, or, could I dilute the vinegar greatly and water my azaleas with it? It sounds deadly to me. Okay to shorten my question, if needed


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