Will Roundup kill a tree?

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It is very unlikely that Roundup will kill a tree. While the product contains herbicidal chemicals meant to kill weeds, it is formulated so that it works on contact without having a lingering effect on other plants that may end up absorbing it. Small bushes and trees that are next to heavily treated areas may have a problem if they are accidentally sprayed.
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How to Kill a Tree With Roundup
Roundup, or Glyphosate, is a herbicide used by a wide range of consumers and professionals alike. The availability of the product and typically good results have combined to make Roundup a herbicide of choice in many applications. Roundup is effective on... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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