Roundup for removing clover

Clover is a small but fast-spreading weed, with delicate roots meaning it is very hard to eliminate by pulling up. The foam setting on the Roundup 1 Litre spray can stop this weed in its tracks by clinging to the weed and absorbing to the root without being spread around the surrounding flower bed or lawn.

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5 Litre Pump N Go Application

5 Litre Pump N Go Application

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Roundup Concentrate Preparation

Roundup Concentrate allows you to mix as much or as little of this potent pesticide as you need at any given time depending on your project. The concentrate comes with a specially designed dosage cap for mixing, and a detailed mixing guide is available. Simply mix the concentrate with water, fill your tank sprayer and start eliminating your unwanted weeds forever.

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  • QWhat should I do if I accidentally get Roundup on the plants I want to keep?
  • A You should immediately either: a) cut off a treated leaf, or b) wash off… read more
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  • QCan I apply Roundup products if it's raining or rain is expected soon?
  • A You should not apply Roundup when its raining or if rain is expected with… read more
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  • QCan I apply Roundup products if it's windy?
  • A You should not apply Roundup when its windy.  The drift or contact with treated… read more
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  • QHow long does it take for a Roundup product to enter a weed?
  • A Between 30 minutes and 6 hours, depending on the formulation. Ready-to-use products are… read more
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  • QWhat are the origins of Roundup?
  • A Roundup was first developed for the agricultural industry to help farmers overcome large-scale problems… read more
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  • QCan I put it on stronger? Will that work better?
  • A We have carefully calculated the best rates at which to apply for each… read more
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  • QDoes the Concentrate need using up straight away after mixing?
  • A It’s always good practice to only mix up what you need for that treatment,… read more
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  • QDoes it harm the soil, persist in the soil, poison ground etc..?
  • A Roundup is only active in plants and is deactivated on contact with the soil.… read more

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