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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by lisfig This is the best Grass Killer ever made
I have a large yard thanks God. And I love Garden. A friend of mine ask me about who made the yard borders that look so well. I just told him, ja! Me with Round Up. He says but I use a grass killer and did not let it as yours.. I told him because I use Round Up the concentrate formula. As Puerto Rico rain a lot. This is the best because in just 30 minutes is water proof and I believe that is less than 30 because once I was using it a "sunny day" then start to rain (moderate rain) and by the next day the bad grass was killed any way. For me is the best created ever. I always go to Home Depot in Catalinas mall to get it they have the best price I ever get it.
October 5, 2006
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0Â by RobbV Less product and less effective.
Remember that this container had 36 oz. in it last year. Same price, get less. It does kill grass and weeds but it only last about a month at best. I have used this product for over 10 years, but it used to be more potent and last much longer. Buy a different brand for less and get the same results.
August 24, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Dawnld It kills invasive BAMBOO!
For YEARS I battled Bamboo in my yard, and unwittingly caused it to proliferate by trying to pull the roots out of the ground, even going so far as to dig down 4' and uncover all the roots to pull them up. ONLY to have it grow right back within a few weeks or months, and the following year it was spreading into my entire lawn and growing up through my cement steps.
I was explaining my problem to a Home Depot employee one day while an elderly farmer walked by who said he had found the perfect thing to kill Bamboo. He uses the Roundup CONCENTRATED Weed and Grass killer, but uses 8 oz to a gallon, not 4 oz to a gallon, and the trick is to spray the leaves only, AND ON A WARM DAY OR IN THE FULL SUN IF POSSIBLE as the plant sucks the poison right into the roots. It is important to wet every leave, on every stalk! If you notice when you cut bamboo stalks, every single "knuckle joint" as I call them is sealed, so spraying or pouring anything into the stalks only results in the poison sitting on a knuckle and doesn't draw into the roots. I bought a gallon sprayer, and did exactly as he directed, and noticed that within 48 hours my bamboo started to look "wilty" and then a week later the stalks were dying. After I knew they were dead, I pulled them out of the ground. Every time a new shoot come up, I sprayed it right away. I have had 2 years now, where I only see an occasional bamboo shoot starting, but after I spray it, it never gets larger and I don't see offshoot starting near them anymore. So, I firmly believe that I have the solution to my bamboo problem which was truly a very large problem in my yard. You will have to diligently watch for new shoots every year though, as these plants can root up to 6-8' deep and they will eventually come back if you don't keep spraying them.
Make sure it won't rain for 30-60 minutes after application, and be careful not to spray anything else that you don't want to kill. It is safe for the soil after 30 minutes though, and won't soak into the ground if it rains.
April 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by greenbox91 Best I've used
I used Round Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate Plus for the first time and it out-performed any other similar product (Klean-up, Klearaway) that I've used. It really does kill in 2-3 days rather than 10-14 days for other products. It can be used on a large area with a hose-end sprayer or on selected weeds with a spray bottle. Also, it deactivates when it touches soil so doesn't interfere with reseeding. It's a bit more pricey than other products but it doesn't need repeat applications so is probably less expensive in the long run.
September 30, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0Â by 13Sparks It is ok, but not great
It seems like a concentrated product could be more economical and effective than the "ready to use", but in my experience that has not been the case. I have followed the directions and felt like the results were inferior compared to the "ready to use" kind. I have also used more concentrate per gallon than what is directed and same thing, the "ready to use" is waaaay better. At then end, it does work but not on a single application... I doub't I'm saving money using this one.
September 30, 2014