Roundup Optima+ Total Weedkiller
About this deal
Roundup is easily the most popular brand of herbicide in the United States, having been on the market since 1976. While it is great for standard residential use, farmers have been looking for an alternative to farming herbicides.
Roundup makes a wide range of herbicides for different situations and scenarios. While weed and grass growth is the most common problem facing landowners, it is far from the only thing that they have to contend with. Roundup isn’t the only herbicide out there. For instance, there is a mixture of Glyphosate and 24D (known as 24D for short) that is considered to be the standard herbicide mixture when it comes to fallow weed control for dryland areas. A gallon of water mixed with Roundup should be enough to handle most smaller yards. But what to do when you have a much larger space? How much Roundup will you need if you are using 20 gallons of water or so?Use of a Roundup® branded tank sprayer is recommended to spray the weeds you want to kill until thoroughly wet.
Woody Stump Herbicide. You may have a fresh stump in your yard after a shrub or tree has been cut down. You can use Roundup to help get rid of it by using a general weed and grass killer or the brush killer in specific. All you need to do is drill a few holes in the stump and then pour the concentrate in its undiluted form into each of the holes.
Before we get into it, if you are using something to kill weeds or grass, make sure that you only apply it to the weeds and grass. You never know which plants may be susceptible to the various methods on this list.