Roundup Weed Killer is available in different containers, including a hand spray bottle and the new "pump and go" container that allows users to hook it up to their garden hose and take care of their weeds in a few sprays. This product claims to kill all vegetation it comes in contact with, including grass. This can be used to take care of grass and weeds in driveways and patios.
How To Hook Up And Use
Connect the weed killer to your garden hose through the provided attachment. Make sure the connection is secure and that there are no leaks. Turn on the hose and extend the wand on the weed killer bottle. Then, pump the handle on the weed killer bottle 15 to 20 times to pull the chemical up so that it can be sprayed out with the hose water. The hookup allows up to five minutes of continuous spray before you need to pump the handle on the bottle again.
How To Apply
According to company information, Roundup Weed Killer can be sprayed around vegetable gardens and can be sprayed directly on mulch beds, patios, driveways and around fences. The company recommends that the weed killer not be used on windy days, to prevent the spray from getting on plants you want to keep. Take caution when spraying around your grass, because this product kills grass as well.
When spraying weeds, you should completely soak the weed to ensure the product's effectiveness. How much land can be covered depends on how many plants are getting drenched in weed killer. The product starts working upon application, and you should see a visible difference within six hours.
If you are looking to kill weeds before you put some new plants in the ground, you have to wait a little while. Flowers, shrubs and trees can be planted in the treated area after only one day but herbs, grass, fruit and vegetables can be planted after three days.
Roundup Weed Killer is a product of the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company and offers a money-back refund to any customers not happy with the product. According to the company website, mail in the original proof of purchase, and the company will either replace the product or send you a refund.
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