Do weeds kill other plants?


The answer is yes. If you discover unwanted weeds in your garden, it is important that you react rapidly, taking the correct precautions. Weeds may sprout among the other vegetables growing in your garden. Killing garden weeds prevents them from robbing other species of their vital nutrients which they would otherwise absorb from the ground.

If left to their own devices, garden weeds will multiply incredibly quickly, to the point where other species will not be able to thrive and probably die. The problems caused by invasive weeds spreading cannot be solved just fertilizing the soil. Therefore, weed kill action is required to protect flowers and grass from unwanted weeds.

 

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Does killing weeds take a long time?


Killing garden weeds is not that hard to do provided you take the right action. The best methods of weeding a garden commence with the identification of common garden weeds, this ensures that you know how to treat the weed you need to destroy. Once weed identification is done, the choice of an effective weed killer becomes easier than ever. Whilst hand weeding is suitable only for weak and non-persistent plants, weed killing chemicals are designed to help you get rid of weeds of any shape and size. Weed killer is suitable for small annual weeds as well as tough perennial weeds.

 

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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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