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2 percent will normally work with most stuff.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Nov 09, 2018


2 ounces per gallon. you can convert gallons to liters on the net.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Mar 13, 2018


The active ingredient in Roundup is Glyphosate and is fairly harmless to humans. I would suggest dilution with water and use an absorbent material such as baking powder or cat litter to soak up the material and sweep up then vacuum the remaining material.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on May 04, 2017


take the spray head off and soak it for 5 minutes in peroxide

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Apr 15, 2017


Hiya while I am not sure of what you mean exactly as an evergreen carpet I do know that if you want a plant or tree to survive don't use round up near it. Roundup is an extremely strong effective herbicide which will kill any living plant (more precisely the leaves) it touches. It also takes very little to kill a plant or tree.

Having said all that. I have had an issue with Lilly of the valley taking over as our property was vacant for 20 years the plants went unchecked all that time. I have tried just about everything else nothing even slowed them down. Of course they are a shade plant and growing under all of my trees that lined the property and are well over 100 years old.

  • I got a large pop bottle and punctured 2 holes in the lid and added the Roundup mix into the bottle.
  • I collected several sheets of plastic and newspaper. It is my understanding as long as the chemical doesn't touch the other plants or roots they should be ok.
  • What you want to do is to apply the round up to the leaves ( no need to soak everything down) Just a few good drops to the leaves of the target plants should do the trick.
  • Use the plastic or paper to protect the other plants you want to keep. Wait a week to ten days and you should see them begin to die. Protect all plants from accidental contact. since accidents occur what I did was immediately break or cut the infected leaf then flush the plant really well with water. This worked like a charm for me.
I can honestly say I am finally winning the battle. This year I only had about 2% of the offending plants appear. I am hoping none show up next year but if one or two do survive they wont the next year.

I hope this helps if you have any further questions please feel free to ask. Happy gardening

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Oct 10, 2015


depends on the strength you want but it is written in the instructions on the side of the roundup container.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Sep 07, 2015


do not believe there is any

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jun 11, 2015


If you want to be completely sure that you kill everything then use 4 lits of roundup 360 per ha be careful not to spray even the woody areas on the tree as they can take the glyphosate can be absorbed through the bark and kill the tree. In terms of timing then the weeds should be actively growing i.e. after a rain but don't spray on a wet leaf.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on May 21, 2015


Hello, I am a grower and licensed pesticides applicator (40 yrs exp).
Roundup lost the trade mark years ago,"glyphosphate" which is now marketed (cheaper) under many other names,
Will kill a live tree if sprayed on the leaves! Also will damage young trees if you just get over spray on the trunk while spraying weeds.
Also, kills grass as well as broadleaved plants.
To kill a tree you would need to spray the leaves, then wait at least a month before cutting the tree down. I have successfully killed a few stumps by spraying the live suckers.
Be especially careful of spray drift as the finer the droplets are the more effective the chemical is. Read the label!

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015


You can plant or replant as soon as the weeds you sprayed are dead. Roundup is deactivated upon contact with the soil, it only affects the plant material sprayed.

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Feb 12, 2015


Hi,
Yes, the soil can be wet but the leaves of the vegetaion should be dry and there should be no rain for an hour after the application...
The roundup is actually absorbed through the leaves....and then transfered to the root system that way,
That is why the soil condition does not matter...

heatman101

Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 13, 2015


5-7 days

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


yes--have to be growing to get the chemical in the plant

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


60 degrees if the soil temp is in mid 50's

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


if it hasn't crystallized

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


assuming 51% active ingredient--16 oz--8 gal water

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


couple days

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015


up to 6 oz.

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Roundup "" Weed... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015

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