Identifying Lawn Weeds


Identifying lawn weeds is an essential part of weed killing, without it our efforts can be ineffectual, or worse, inflammatory. Identifying a weed species and understanding how it lives before we tackle it allows us to choose the right method for tackling the weed in question. For example, do we want to remove the weed manually or chemically? If the latter, do we need a selective or general weed killer? Both questions are vital to effective weed removal and neither is answerable without first correctly identifying our lawn weeds.

 

 

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How to Identify Lawn Weeds


Weeds can broadly be categorized into four main branches: Lawn Weeds, Annual Weeds, Perennial Weeds and Woody Weeds. Annuals are easier to get rid of, providing you do so before they seed to make sure they do not grow again the year after. Perennials and Woody weeds however, can be more difficult to eradicate and may need specialized treatment, or heavy doses of a general, glyphosate weed killer, such as Roundup. Grassy Weeds, however, can be classified as any nuisance plant on the lawn, no matter its constitution or species.

 

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What are the origins of Roundup?

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Roundup was first developed for the agricultural industry to help farmers overcome large-scale problems with weeds. This same science and technology has been applied to create a range of weed killing products ideal for domestic use. So, rest easy in the knowledge that you’re using the weed killer the professionals use.

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Can I put it on stronger? Will that work better?

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We have carefully calculated the best rates at which to apply for each type of weed problem. Applying at a strong rate is not recommended and will not result in better performance. Please ensure that you read the label before use and use pesticides safely.

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Does the Concentrate need using up straight away after mixing?

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It’s always good practice to only mix up what you need for that treatment, but you can retain the unused solution for up to a week, since a gradual loss of activity will occur. Make sure that you store any weedkiller safely away from the reach of children and pets.

Why to choose Roundup Weedkiller

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Use the strongest weed killer to get rid of tough garden weeds

Thanks to glyphosate, Roundup has an effective weed killing action!

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Buy a cheap, but very strong weed killer for your garden maintenance

Roundup Garden products are available in all garden centers.

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Use the strongest weed killer to get rid of tough garden weeds

Thanks to glyphosate, Roundup has an effective weed killing action!


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