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Roundup (glyphosphate) doesn't get watered in. However if the area was stressed due to heat or dry conditions, water before using the Roundup to ensure that the plants are growing and transporting nutrients to the roots. The usual recommendation is 1" per week. Roundup kills all plants that it is in contact with. Then let the product dry before it rains (1-4 hours depending on the formulation read the label for rain-fastness information).

Water the plants that were not sprayed as you normally would as long as the treated areas will not be wetted before the Roundup is dry.

Even the extended control version does not need to be watered in.

If you are using a different product that needs to watered in, please read the label for directions. (For example some pre-emergents need to be followed 1" of rain to water them. Alternatively you can do a shallow tillage of the treated ground (2" deep iirc).)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(any directions given in the product label should be followed)

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

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