Roundup Fast Action Weedkiller Spray Ready to Use 1 L Garden Weed Root Killer UK
Premixed for easy and effective weed control, this weed killer starts to work in hours. For use on unwanted vegetation, it is absorbed by the leaves and moves throughout the entire plant, above and below ground, to destroy annual and deep rooted perennial weeds, including grasses, dandelions, docks, bindweed and thistles. It is inactivated immediately on contact with soil and is then broken down by soil micro-organisms, to allow replanting. Do not use on lawns or other wanted plants.
This fast action Roundup Ready to Use Weedkiller kills most quick growing annual weeds and tougher deep rooted perennial weeds such as ground elder and bindweed from a single application. Visible results can be seen in 1-2 days followed by systemic action to kill weeds right down to the roots so they do not come back.On the inside of the weed the systemic action takes Roundup to all the weed’s growing points to kill the weed from the ‘inside out’. It is approved for use all around the garden on gravel areas paths drives and along fences. It can also be used to clean up weedy areas before planting vegetables flowers shrubs and to renovate overgrown areas. Roundup is inactivated on contact with the soil and is then broken down by micro-organisms in the soil to allow re-planting. The hand sprayer has a dual nozzle that delivers either a standard or foam spray and includes a child security trigger. Use Feb-Nov Children and pets can play on the treated area once driedQuantity: 1 litreCoverage: 30m²Always read the label and use pesticides safely.The British Beekeepers Association advise that correctly used Roundup should not harm bees. Glyphosate is a herbicide and so it is unlikely to be hazardous to honey bees unless the flowers are sprayed when the bees are visiting them when there is the risk the bees may be wetted with the herbicide and its co-formulants. The spray should be applied to the green parts of the plant and not the flowers.If you are concerned about particular honey bee hives you can get the beekeeper to block the hive entrances to keep the bees inside until the treatment has dried. If you have any other queries please contact the British Beekeepers Association at http://www.britishbee.org.uk or the Welsh Beekeepers Association on (01974) 298336.Please click here to view Notes on the Safety of Roundup Products to Bees.