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SOURCE: How to mix roundup to kill weeds

6 fluid ounces of Roundup (12 tablespoons) per gallon of water.

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Hi,
The mixture is 50-1 or about 2.6 ounces per gallon of water...
It can be mixed abit less for easy to kill weeds and a bit stronger for hard to kill weeds...

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