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What is the strongest weed killer?

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The full strength variety of Remuda is one of the strongest weed killers available. The product kills both broadleaf weeds and the grasses that somtimes grow with various weeds.

Bayer Advanced is also a powerful weed killer. The product can eliminate up to 200 varieties of weeds and takes less than an hour to become rain-proof.

Another strong weed killer is Round-Up Weed and Grass Killer in the Extended Control variety. This weed killer not only gets rid of harmful plants in a lawn or garden, but protects plants for up to four months; this provides a protective barrier for crops for a whole season.


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