Product code: herb6006
Roundup Pro Concentrate (1.67 gallon) 48.7% Glyphosate
The next big thing in weed control is also the smallest
Make light work of your weed- control problems. Introducing Roundup Pro Max, the latest addition to the Roundup Family of herbicides. It's the most powerful PRO ever.
30 Minute Rainfast Warranty
NEW Roundup Pro MAX is a herbicide that penetrates the leaves and moves to the roots of weeds faster so that in can provide weed control, with virtually no regrowth. When you spray Roundup on a weed, it is absorbed by the plant, where it then prevents the plant from making its own food and gathering nutrients to sustain itself. Roundup is then transported throughout the weed to kill the entire weed, roots and all! Therefore, dead weeds can't regrow. Once in the soil, Roundup breaks down over time into natural materials and will not move in the ground to affect nearby, untreated plants. It is a post-emergent, systemic product with no soil residual activity. Roundup Pro Concentrate gives a broad spectrum control of many annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees.
Roundup Pro offers virtually no regrowth, minimizing call backs and return trips. It is a favorable environmental use for your lawn or garden as it binds tightly to soil particles and has low volatility. Roundup Pro is ideal for trim and edge applications, turf renovation, weeding shrub beds and removing brush and vines.
Formulated as a water-soluble liquid containing 50% glyphosate and 14.5% surfactant. No additional surfactant is needed or recommended. Product may be used in general non-crop areas.
Mixes as 0.5 ounces per gallon.
Available Options: 1.67 gal
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Q: I need something to kill Ivy.Will this Roundup Pro do the job.If so when should it be used.
A: Roundup ProMax is a good choice for control Poison Ivy and really all types of hard to kill weeds. Rate would be about 2 qts per acre.
Q: will this kill " tree of heaven"1. root suckers, 2.trees less than 1" round basal bark3. hack and squirt methods for tree larger than 10" in diameter.4. what is best time of year to use all the above methods. I live in BUFFALO, NY
A: It will kill whatever leaves it comes in contact with, may take more than one application. http://www.mdinvasivesp.org/archived_invaders/archived_invaders_2007_09.html On hard to kill plants adding a fertilizer to the mix of herbicide will make the plant take the glyphoseate in more aggressively. Allow it to completely wither before removing the plant for complete control.