Roundup Weed Killer?


To use the round-up weed killer, apply the weed killer only during windless days or dry days at the temperatures of 16 degrees Celsius and 24 degrees Celsius. Next, put on the spray nozzle from the off mode to the on mode by turning on the nozzle. After that, spray every weed thoroughly, making the entire surface of the plant wet but not dripping. Finally, get to the next weed and do the same till you spray every weed.
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1. Apply Roundup weed killers only on windless, dry days with a temperature between 60 and 75 degrees Fahrenheit. This will make Roundup more effective and it will keep it from spreading
One View: there arent any! that's the beauty of it. its effective and clean, non poisoness to humans/animals/insects, non residual within 3 weeks its all gone. its great. as long
Lungs Breathing difficulty Heart and blood Low blood pressure Eyes, ears, nose, and throat Irritation of mouth and throat Tearing, increased Skin Irritation Cyanosis (blue lips or
You should keep animals out of the yard while it is still wet on the weeds--it kills all it touches so be careful---it is also not very effective on some things, just makes them mad
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How to Use Roundup Weed Killer
Roundup is a weed killer for use in many home gardens. It comes in many varieties from the regular grass and weed killer to Roundup for poison ivy and tough brush. However, the active ingredient in Roundup, glyphosate, indiscriminately kills garden... More »
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