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Roundup

Model # 5003210

Internet # 100063086

Store SKU # 131997

1 gal. Ready-to-Use Plus Weed and Grass Killer

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  • Guaranteed to kill weeds and grass straight from the root
  • Easy spray application allows you to evenly distribute product
  • Use in and near vegetable gardens, mulched and flower beds

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PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Model # 5003210

Internet # 100063086

Store SKU # 131997

The Roundup 1 Gallon Ready-to-Use Plus Weed and Grass Killer can be used in and around vegetable gardens, flower beds, tree rings, mulched beds and on driveways, walkways and patios. The grass and weed killer will not affect untreated plants. The liquid formula offers an easy spray application and 1 gallon of product will treat up to 235 sq. ft. for optimum weed-killing results.

  • Kills weeds and grass straight from the root
  • 1-gallon container provides up to 235 sq. ft. of coverage for weed-free vegetable gardens, flower beds, tree rings, mulched beds, driveways, walkways and patios
  • Sprayer included for easy application
  • Rainproof in 10 minutes for grass and weed control that won't wash away
  • Visible results in six hours for an appealing outdoor area
  • Effective in warm, sunny, cloudy and cool conditions for convenient application
  • Not for spot treating lawns

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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Container Size (oz.) 
128 
Coverage area (sq. ft) 
235 
Product Depth (in.) 
4.5 
Product Height (in.) 
12 
Product Width (in.) 
7.8 
Details
Application Method 
Sprayer 
Application Type 
Spray Bottle 
Area of Use 
Driveway,Garden,Landscape Bed,Patio 
Concentrated or Ready to Use 
Ready to use 
Contact or systemic 
Contact and Systemic 
Container type 
Bottle 
Equivalent ready to use amount 
1 Ga;/ 
Extended Control 
No 
Fertilizer component 
Yes 
Form 
Liquid 
Indoor/Outdoor 
Outdoor 
Organic 
No 
Pet and livestock friendly 
No 
Post-emergent 
Yes 
Pre-emergent 
No 
Safe for Edibles 
No 
Weed Type 
Air Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Alfalfa,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Bahia Grass,Beggarweed,Bermuda Grass,Black Clover,Blue Violet,Broadleaf Signal Grass,Buffalograss,Carpetgrass,Centipede Grass,Cheatgrass,Coast Dandelion,Common Chickweed,Dandelion,Dog Fennel,Dwarf Dandelion,English Ivy,False Dandelion,Greenbriar,Henbit,Indian Chickweed,Japanese Clover,Mallow,Pennywort,Poison Ivy,Poison Oak,Quackgrass,Red Henbit,Sedge,Tall Fescue,Wild Garlic,Wild Onion,Wild Violet,Zoysia Grass 

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Brand: Roundup
Concentrated or Ready to Use: Ready to use
Review Rating: 4 & Up
Extended Control: No
Organic: No
Price: $0 - $10
Application Type: Spray Bottle
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does it hurt plants

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does it hurt plants
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April 10, 2016
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Weeds and Grass are plants!
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April 10, 2016
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It kills pretty much everything that's green.
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April 10, 2016
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It will kill plants just like weeds if you get the spray on them !!
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I had troubles pulled in my driveway on top of grass how do I kill the grass that's coming up through the gravel

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May 8, 2016
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Spray the weed or grass you want to kill until they are thoroughly wet. You can do this in your driveway, around fences, etc.
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Use a good Weed and Grass killer spray. Follow the instructions on the product. It will probably take more than one time this summer. Wait a while before re-spraying. The spray works better when the temperature is hot. Make sure to keep it off any plants or grass that you don't want to kill.
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Safe for pets?

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January 21, 2016
Is this safe for pets to play in the yard after it's used? Or do I need to keep them out of the yard for a while?
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January 31, 2016
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This product is not pet friendly.
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How soon can I plant grass seed in a sprayed area?

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CUSTOMER REVIEWS

Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 150 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by waste of time and money!! I live in inland So Cal. We're in a 4 year drought. So killing a few weeds should be easy yes? Only if you pull them manually or use a different product. This product killed one species of weed and let the others thrive. Almost like I used it to fertilize them. April 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Grass is still alive I sprayed this on some grass that was growing in my garden & 3 days later the grass is still alive. Very disappointed I thought Round Up was supposed to be the best at killing unwanted grass. April 19, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I use once a month I tried all sort of weed killers in my rock beds and landscape. This is the best product that I have found. I used it Spring through Summer last year. It rained a lot here in Ohio so I had to spray about once a month. Spraying for an hour once a month keeps the weeds away and it's a lot better than pulling weeds. March 16, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by not too good the first time i used it ..it worked great... the next time the pump was broke the air was leaking out and it would not pump. (This review was submitted as a sweepstakes entry or is a review of free product.) January 9, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Works good for small jobs Just a tip do not use this sprayer if you have a medium to larger job the sprayer hurts my hands after a while because to get full spray you need to wait a few seconds between sprays February 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by it's easy to use and works well This weed killer is a time saver. I like that it's premixed and I can just start spraying. It's easy to use. All you do is point and spray. It works and keeps the weeds away for a long time. I would recommend it to anyone. (This review was submitted as a sweepstakes entry or is a review of free product.) January 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Roundup works well on weeds I have found that Roundup does a good job killing weeds and grass growing in sidewalk cracks but requires more than one application. Still much better than any other product I have tried. October 17, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Container leaks all over, what do we do with it I've used roundup for years and this is my third purchase of a self contained tank/sprayer combination. The container is now made of thinner plastic and when I set the brand new full container down, some tiny thing (had to be a twig or grain of sand) punched a hole in it. I kept wiping moisture off the bottom, wondering where it was coming from. After using it I set it in the garage. The next day I came out to find a huge pool of chemical spreading under my deep freeze and across the garage floor. There is still about half the material in the container. What do I do with it? I have it in a plastic bag but need to figure out how to contain this and will use their contact form to get advice. (I tried to dry off the bottom and apply duct tape. The only time duct tape has failed me. The roundup just keeps coming out under the tape.) This is usually a useful product, if the packaging doesn't fail. Watch out for those thin plastic containers! October 6, 2015
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