Weeds in the garden are a constant problem for home gardeners


Weed killing becomes unavoidable when weeds in the garden rival crops in the search for nutrients, room to develop, and daylight. In great quantity, garden weeds can affect the quality of the soil and the yield of fruits and vegetables. As some common garden weeds grow very tall, they can also shade plants and prevent air from circulating properly.

Too much shade in the garden may lead to increased humidity, as it becomes difficult for the moisture to evaporate from the plants’ leaves. Stagnant water on soil may also encourage moss development and increase the probability of the spread of disease.

 

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Types of weeds in the garden


Weeds in the garden can be annual weeds or perennial weeds. Annual weeds sprout from seeds, then develop, flower and produce a large number of new seeds before dying at the end of the year. Most Australian garden weeds are annuals. On the other hand, perennial weeds live longer than annual weeds. They are capable of sprouting from a root or other part of the plant that is left in the ground, so they can rapidly infest gardens. It is important to remove weeds by weeding a garden regularly. Otherwise, weeds in the garden can do serious harm to other plants.

 

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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.

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