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The directions are missing on how to mix roundup concentrate with water for killing weeds and unwanted grass. What is the ratio for a small container of mix?

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Howdy. First off, it depends on which color cap your product has, as there are different concentrations available.
Here are the choices: http://www.scotts.com/smg/brand_pages/round_up/image/Roundup_Chart.pdf

If you have the regular, basic, red cap product, here is the label:
http://www.umt.edu/sentinel/roundup_label.pdf

I hope you find this handy:)

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