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  • QWhat is a residual weedkiller?
  • A This type of weedkiller leaves a barrier on the surface treated to prevent new… read more
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  • QWhat is a contact weedkiller?
  • A Contact weedkillers are those that damage the parts of the weed that are treated.… read more
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  • QWhat does "systemic" mean?
  • A Systemic Weedkillers are those that are absorbed through the leaf and into the weed's… read more
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  • QCan I keep left over diluted Roundup Concentrate product in my tank sprayer until next time I use it?
  • A Do not mix more than can be used within 5 days after which a… read more
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  • QCan I keep left over Roundup Ready to use until next year?
  • A Yes, you can. You should keep it securely closed, in its original bottle with… read more
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  • QCan I keep left over un-diluted Roundup Concentrate until next year?
  • A Yes, you can. You should keep it securely closed, in its original bottle with… read more
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  • QWhat should I do if I accidentally get Roundup on the plants I want to keep?
  • A You should immediately either: a) cut off a treated leaf, or b) wash off… read more
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  • QCan I apply Roundup products if it's raining or rain is expected soon?
  • A You should not apply Roundup when its raining or if rain is expected with… read more
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  • QCan I apply Roundup products if it's windy?
  • A You should not apply Roundup when its windy.  The drift or contact with treated… read more
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  • QHow long does it take for a Roundup product to enter a weed?
  • A Between 30 minutes and 6 hours, depending on the formulation. Ready-to-use products are rainproof… read more

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