Question about Roundup "" Weed & Grass Killer
If you have the concentrate (label reads Concentrate Plus), the amount of Roundup will depend on the plants you want to kill. Use 6 fl oz (12 tablespoons) for 1 gallon for most plants. If you have seedlings or easy to kill weeds, use 3 fl oz (6 tablespoons) per gallon.
The Super Concentrate may have a different rate. The labels are usually on the manufacturer's web site as PDFs.
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Posted on Jul 05, 2010
Always use a ratio of 1% for simple weeds and 2% for stubborn. This amounts to 3 Tbsp if you have agriculture strength Roundup. If you're using a concentrate figure the % ratios and you're good to go.
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