This is the place where we take a closer look at what makes
Roundup different to other competitor weed killers. A glimpse of
the advanced technology that has been applied to create the World's
best selling weedkiller.
The most advanced weedkiller on earth
Roundup incorporates a highly effective systemic action,
developed originally by Roundup for the agricultural industry.
Here’s how it works:
- Roundup is sprayed on to the leaves of the weed
- It's absorbed through the leaves and enters the plant's sap
- Roundup is carried to the growing points of the weed’s roots
- Roundup kills the leaves, shoots and roots
- Soil is left ready for replanting
Because it kills right down to the root, Roundup will eradicate
almost all weeds, including deep-rooted perennials such as Bamboo,
Paspalum and Oxalis.
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Why is Roundup effective?
Thanks to advanced weedkilling technology, honed over many
years, Roundup is one of the safest weedkillers available when it’s
One of the reasons for this is because Roundup deactivates upon
contact with soil and is degraded by micro organisms.
- Children and pets can return to the area
Additionally, with Roundup, once the treated leaves have
- You can carry out new planting
Additionally, the broad range of Ready to Use products, such as
Pump ‘N Go and Pull & Spray, allows you to target individual
weeds precisely, even in areas where there are plenty of other
flowers and plants.
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The versatile weed killer
Roundup comes in all shapes and sizes.
We have a range of weedkilling products wide enough to suit
every gardening requirement. Everything from liquid concentrates
for use in large areas to our convenient ‘Ready to Use’ sprayers
such as ‘Pump’n’Go’.
Whether you’re using Roundup on your borders, paving, driveways
or paths, Roundup has just the right weed killing product.
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Why have weeds re-grown after several weeks?
Only deep-rooted rhizomatous weeds may re-grow. This will only
happen if too little Roundup has been allowed to penetrate the full
plant system. In this instance, a re-treatment will be
Why has it killed the grass?
Because Roundup is a non selective weedkiller, that means that
Roundup is very effective at killing all plants. So be careful to
only spray weeds or plants that you don’t want to keep.
Can it be used on paving?
Yes definitely, Roundup is ideal for use on paving, paths and
drives as it penetrates right to the weeds roots to ensure a