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Round up accident sprayed on grass when i was spraying sidewalk, the lawn about 2 inches in is browning what should i do?

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Hi, this stuff works fast so , if you can isolate the affected plot that was sprayed, this will help. you can do this by scalping the spot that was sprayed. pull up as much of the affected grass and the roots as well. the roots will ultimately spread this over the entire yard if there is a considerable saturation due to a rain event or watering situation. do not water this affected section of the yard until you have extracted the grass that was unintentionally sprayed.

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