They seem to have quite a strong root structure to survive these temperatures.
I can't buy weedkiller in Dubai, I also can't find out why it is banned, despite extensive google searching.
So I've been looking into natural alternatives for killing the weeds, fertilising plants and pest control.
I measured 3 tablespoons of white vinegar with 1 litre of water and some dishwasher liquid to help the vinegar solution bind to the weed.
One week later the weeds looked like this.
I'm now spraying the weeds daily with the vinegar solution and hoping that I can eradicate the weeds from the path. I'm going to add a tea spoon of salt to the mixture also, but will be very careful when spraying it, so it doesn't contanimate the grass and other plants in the garden.
Did you know the Greek's and the Roman's used salt to poison the ground as salt renders the soil sterile, ensuring their enemies were incapable of feeding themselves and their families?