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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Weed tips

  • Late emergent weeds can still be a problem. Apply a spot treatment with Roundup on each of them once they have 4-6 leaves -avoid touching the surrounding ornamentals.
  • A spot treatment with Roundup kills and clears weeds from paths and terraces. Wait until the weeds are dead (2 weeks), before sweeping the debris.
  • Cut back Nettles now and treat the re-growth in September.

Garden maintenance in May

  • Feed weed and mow lawns to encourage good growth
  • New plants and vulnerable plants must be watered regularly
  • Plant oxygen producing plants in the pond
  • Plant out summer bedding at the end of the month (except in cold areas)
  • Watch out for late frosts, protect tender plants
  • Lift and divide overcrowded clumps of daffodils and other spring flowering bulbs
  • Clear out spring bedding and replace
  • Protect young plants from slugs and snails
  • Prune clematis Montana after flowering
  • Finish planting evergreen shrubs
  • Continue planting vegetables of the season
  • Replenish water plants with aquatic fertilizer


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