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How to stop over spray will using roundup weed control

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SOURCE: at what outside temperature can I begin spraying for weeds.

Yes it will. I usually spray right after the grass starts growing in the spring. If you want to save some money look at the labels on all the weed and grass killers and find the one with the highest percentage of GLYPHOSATE for the price . Concentrated is always cheaper than premixed and the roundup brand name will always be the most expensive. It's all the same stuff no need to buy the brand name.

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SOURCE: newly planted red apple iceplant but weeds are taking over

I have heard of two possible choices, the first is a product called "Killer" sold at Armstrongs Gargen centers that may kill the grass, but not the Ice Plants. Check out - http://www.garden-counselor-lawn-care.com/kill-crabgrass.html
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Posted on May 04, 2009

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SOURCE: How much roundup do I use in a gallon of water to get a good kill

This will be hard to answer because roundup is sold in different strengths. On a dry morning mix a few ounces of round up to a gallon of water and test it by spaying it on some blades of grass. Results should be noticed after a few days.If you spent allot of money for just a little roundup then you probably have a strong solution. Some roundup is already mixed with water (diluted) and can be applied as is. I hope this helps

Posted on May 20, 2009

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SOURCE: son used roundup in backyard to kill weeds.

round up i think has a two week withholding period, so wait two weeks & turn the soil over & re seed is the only way I can see

Posted on Jun 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Proper mixture ratio for roundup weather max commercial grade.

2 ounces per gallon. you can convert gallons to liters on the net.

Posted on Apr 19, 2010

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Hello, I am a grower and licensed pesticides applicator (40 yrs exp).
Roundup lost the trade mark years ago,"glyphosphate" which is now marketed (cheaper) under many other names,
Will kill a live tree if sprayed on the leaves! Also will damage young trees if you just get over spray on the trunk while spraying weeds.
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