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What does "systemic" mean?

Systemic Weedkillers are those that are absorbed through the leaf and into the weed's sap stream to be transported to all growing points, including the roots. The weedkiller will then stop the weed from growing and it will eventually die. This process can take between 7 days and several weeks, depending on the climatic conditions and the type and size of the weed. Roundup works faster when weeds are actively growing. If weeds are not growing vigorously (e.g. in cold weather, or if the plant is stressed by drought), the process may take up to 4 weeks.

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