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Can i spray too much roundup and contaminate soil?

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Hi,
No, Round up is one of the most safe chemicals you can use for weed control...actually it breaks down very quickly and all traces are usually gone in three months even at high concentrations...
However it does cost quite a bit and using more serves no benefit...just spray enough to wet the leaves of the plants you want to kill and you will be okay...

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Posted on Sep 10, 2010

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