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0.5 Gal. Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate

  • Kills weeds and unwanted grass straight from the root
  • The economical, effective way to handle larger areas
  • Covers up to 12,750 sq ft. for larger, long-lasting protection
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Product Overview

The Roundup 64 oz. 50% Super Concentrate Weed and Grass Killer kills the roots of weeds and unwanted grass. The 64 oz. container of concentrate provides up to 42 Gal. of solution and can treat up to 12,750 sq. ft. of coverage. It is rainproof in 30 minutes, the solution won't wash away and you will see visible results in two to four days.
  • Kills unwanted grass and weeds from the roots
  • 64 oz. container provides up to 42 Gal. of ready-to-use weed killer to cover up to 12,750 sq. ft. for large jobs
  • For use with a tank sprayer (not included) for easy application
  • Rainproof in 30 minutes for grass and weed control that won't wash away
  • 2.5 oz. per 1 Gal. of water offers visible results in two to four days

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Area of UseLawnDriveway,Garden,PatioDriveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Driveway,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Garden,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Landscape Bed,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,Patio,PatioLawn
Concentrated or Ready to UseReady to useReady to useReady to useConcentrated
Application TypeSpraySpraySpraySpray
Weed TypeAnnual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Bahia Grass,Barnyardgrass,Beggarweed,Bermuda Grass,Black Medic,Broadleaf Plantain,Buckhorn Plantain,Bur Clover,Canada Thistle,Cattails,Cocklebur,Crabgrass,Creeping Charlie,Dallisgrass,Dandelion,Dog Fennel,False Dandelion,Field Bindweed,Florida Pusley,Foxtails,Goosegrass,Henbit,Horseweed,Kikuyu Grass,Knapweed,Knotweed,Kudzu,Lambsquarters,Mallow,Marestail,Milkweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Narrowleaf Plantain,Nimblewill,Nutsedge,Orchardgrass,Oxalis,Pennywort,Poison Hemlock,Poison Ivy,Poison Oak,Prostrate Spurge,Quackgrass,Ragweed,Red Clover,Sandspur,Shepards Purse,Sow Thistle,Spotted Spurge,Tall Fescue,Tansy,Torpedograss,Trumpet Creeper,Virginia Creeper,White Dutch Clover,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Rose,Yellow Nutgrass,Zoysia GrassAir Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Ajuga Bugle Weed Carpet Bugle,Alfalfa,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Asiatic Jasmine,Bahia Grass,Beggarweed,Bermuda Buttercup,Bermuda Grass,Bindweed,Bitter Cress,Bittersweet Nightshade,Black Clover,Blue Violet,Broadleaf Signal Grass,Broom Sedge,Buffalograss,Bulbous Buttercup,Bur Clover,Burweed,Card Thistle,Carpetgrass,Celandine,Centipede Grass,Chamberbitter,Cheatgrass,Chicory,Cinquefoil,Coast Dandelion,Cocklebur,Common Burdock,Common Chickweed,Creeping Bellflower,Crown Vetch,Dandelion,Day Flower,Dead Nettle,Dog Fennel,Dwarf Dandelion,English Ivy,English Lawn Daisy,False Dandelion,Field Bindweed,Florida Betony,Florida Pusley,Garlic Mustard,Giant Hogweed,Goatshead,Goutweed,Green Kyllinga,Greenbriar,Hawkweed,Heal-All,Henbit,Horseweed,Indian Chickweed,Ironweed,Japanese Clover,Japanese Knotweed,Kikuyu Grass,Knapweed,Knotweed,Kudzu,Kyllinga,Lambsquarters,Lespedeza,Love Vine,Mallow,Marestail,Matchweed,Moneywort,Monkey Grass,Moss,Moss, Liverworts, and Algae,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mugwort,Mullein,Multiflora Rose,Mustard,Narrowleaf Plantain,Nettle Hedge,Orchardgrass,Pachysandra,Pennywort,Periwinkle,Phragmites,Poa Trivialis,Poison Hemlock,Poison Ivy,Poison Oak,Poison Sumac,Pokeweed,Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Prostrate Spurge,Puncture Vine,Quackgrass,Queen Annes Lace,Ragweed,Red Henbit,Red Sorrel,Sand Brier,Sandbur,Sandspur,Sedge,Sedum,Seedheads in Lawn,Smartweed,Snow On The Mountain,Sourgrass,Sow Thistle,Speedwell,Spurge,Spurweed,St. Johns Wort,Tall Buttercup,Tall Fescue,Tansy,Three Leaved Ivy,Torpedograss,Tree Seedling,Trumpet Creeper,Tumbleweed,Virginia Buttonweed,Virginia Creeper,Wheatgrass,Wild Carrot,Wild Garlic,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Onion,Wild Violet,Winter Creeper,Wisteria,Wood Sorrel,Zoysia GrassAnnual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Bahia Grass,Bahia Grass,Bahia Grass,Bahia Grass,Bahia Grass,Bahia Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bermuda Grass,Bindweed,Bindweed,Bindweed,Bindweed,Bindweed,Bindweed,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Clover,Black Medic,Black Medic,Black Medic,Black Medic,Black Medic,Black Medic,Broadleaf Plantain,Broadleaf Plantain,Broadleaf Plantain,Broadleaf Plantain,Broadleaf Plantain,Broadleaf Plantain,Bur Clover,Bur Clover,Bur Clover,Bur Clover,Bur Clover,Bur Clover,Canada Thistle,Canada Thistle,Canada Thistle,Canada Thistle,Canada Thistle,Canada Thistle,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Common Chickweed,Crabgrass,Crabgrass,Crabgrass,Crabgrass,Crabgrass,Crabgrass,Creeping Charlie,Creeping Charlie,Creeping Charlie,Creeping Charlie,Creeping Charlie,Creeping Charlie,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dandelion,Dog Fennel,Dog Fennel,Dog Fennel,Dog Fennel,Dog Fennel,Dog Fennel,False Dandelion,False Dandelion,False Dandelion,False Dandelion,False Dandelion,False Dandelion,Florida Pusley,Florida Pusley,Florida Pusley,Florida Pusley,Florida Pusley,Florida Pusley,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Henbit,Knotweed,Knotweed,Knotweed,Knotweed,Knotweed,Knotweed,Lambsquarters,Lambsquarters,Lambsquarters,Lambsquarters,Lambsquarters,Lambsquarters,Mallow,Mallow,Mallow,Mallow,Mallow,Mallow,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Monkey Grass,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Nimblewill,Nimblewill,Nimblewill,Nimblewill,Nimblewill,Nimblewill,Orchardgrass,Orchardgrass,Orchardgrass,Orchardgrass,Orchardgrass,Orchardgrass,Oxalis,Oxalis,Oxalis,Oxalis,Oxalis,Oxalis,Pennywort,Pennywort,Pennywort,Pennywort,Pennywort,Pennywort,Prostrate Spurge,Prostrate Spurge,Prostrate Spurge,Prostrate Spurge,Prostrate Spurge,Prostrate Spurge,Puncture Vine,Puncture Vine,Puncture Vine,Puncture Vine,Puncture Vine,Puncture Vine,Quackgrass,Quackgrass,Quackgrass,Quackgrass,Quackgrass,Quackgrass,Ragweed,Ragweed,Ragweed,Ragweed,Ragweed,Ragweed,Sandspur,Sandspur,Sandspur,Sandspur,Sandspur,Sandspur,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Sedge,Shepards Purse,Shepards Purse,Shepards Purse,Shepards Purse,Shepards Purse,Shepards Purse,Sow Thistle,Sow Thistle,Sow Thistle,Sow Thistle,Sow Thistle,Sow Thistle,Spotted Spurge,Spotted Spurge,Spotted Spurge,Spotted Spurge,Spotted Spurge,Spotted Spurge,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Tall Fescue,Torpedograss,Torpedograss,Torpedograss,Torpedograss,Torpedograss,Torpedograss,White Dutch Clover,White Dutch Clover,White Dutch Clover,White Dutch Clover,White Dutch Clover,White Dutch Clover,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Morning Glory,Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Grass,Zoysia Grass,Zoysia GrassAir Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Ajuga Bugle Weed Carpet Bugle,Alfalfa,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Asiatic Jasmine,Bahia Grass,Beggarweed,Bermuda Buttercup,Bermuda Grass,Bindweed,Bitter Cress,Bittersweet Nightshade,Black Clover,Blue Violet,Broadleaf Signal Grass,Broom Sedge,Buffalograss,Bulbous Buttercup,Bur Clover,Burweed,Card Thistle,Carpetgrass,Celandine,Centipede Grass,Chamberbitter,Cheatgrass,Chicory,Cinquefoil,Coast Dandelion,Cocklebur,Common Burdock,Common Chickweed,Creeping Bellflower,Crown Vetch,Dandelion,Day Flower,Dead Nettle,Dog Fennel,Dwarf Dandelion,English Ivy,English Lawn Daisy,False Dandelion,Field Bindweed,Florida Betony,Florida Pusley,Garlic Mustard,Giant Hogweed,Goatshead,Goutweed,Green Kyllinga,Greenbriar,Hawkweed,Heal-All,Henbit,Horseweed,Indian Chickweed,Ironweed,Japanese Clover,Japanese Knotweed,Kikuyu Grass,Knapweed,Knotweed,Kudzu,Kyllinga,Lambsquarters,Lespedeza,Love Vine,Mallow,Marestail,Matchweed,Moneywort,Monkey Grass,Moss,Moss, Liverworts, and Algae,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mugwort,Mullein,Multiflora Rose,Mustard,Narrowleaf Plantain,Nettle Hedge,Orchardgrass,Pachysandra,Pennywort,Periwinkle,Phragmites,Poa Trivialis,Poison Hemlock,Poison Ivy,Poison Oak,Poison Sumac,Pokeweed,Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Prostrate Spurge,Puncture Vine,Quackgrass,Queen Annes Lace,Ragweed,Red Henbit,Red Sorrel,Sand Brier,Sandbur,Sedge,Sedum,Seedheads in Lawn,Smartweed,Snow On The Mountain,Sourgrass,Sow Thistle,Speedwell,Spurge,Spurweed,St. Johns Wort,Tall Buttercup,Tall Fescue,Tansy,Three Leaved Ivy,Torpedograss,Tree Seedling,Trumpet Creeper,Tumbleweed,Virginia Buttonweed,Virginia Creeper,Wheatgrass,Wild Carrot,Wild Garlic,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Onion,Wild Violet,Winter Creeper,Wisteria,Wood Sorrel,Zoysia Grass
Extended ControlNon-Extended ControlNon-Extended ControlNon-Extended ControlNon-Extended Control
OrganicNon-OrganicNon-OrganicNon-OrganicNon-Organic
Emergent TypePost-EmergentPost-EmergentPre and Post EmergentPost-Emergent
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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
64
Coverage Area (sq. ft)
12750
Product Depth (in.)
3.5
Product Height (in.)
11.75
Product Width (in.)
6.5

Details

Application Method
Super Concentrate
Application Type
Spray
Area of Use
Driveway,Garden,Patio
Compatible Grass Type
All Purpose
Concentrated or Ready to Use
Ready to use
Contact or systemic
Systemic
Container type
Bottle
Emergent Type
Post-Emergent
Equivalent ready to use amount
42 gal at the 1.5oz / gallon rate
Extended Control
Non-Extended Control
Features
Kills Common Weeds
Form
Liquid
Indoor/Outdoor
Outdoor
Organic
Non-Organic
Pack Size
6
Primary Active Ingredient
Glyphosate
Returnable
180-Day
Safe for Edibles
No
Spray Application Type
Concentrate
Weed Type
Air Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Ajuga Bugle Weed Carpet Bugle,Alfalfa,Annual Bluegrass,Annual Ryegrass,Asiatic Jasmine,Bahia Grass,Beggarweed,Bermuda Buttercup,Bermuda Grass,Bindweed,Bitter Cress,Bittersweet Nightshade,Black Clover,Blue Violet,Broadleaf Signal Grass,Broom Sedge,Buffalograss,Bulbous Buttercup,Bur Clover,Burweed,Card Thistle,Carpetgrass,Celandine,Centipede Grass,Chamberbitter,Cheatgrass,Chicory,Cinquefoil,Coast Dandelion,Cocklebur,Common Burdock,Common Chickweed,Creeping Bellflower,Crown Vetch,Dandelion,Day Flower,Dead Nettle,Dog Fennel,Dwarf Dandelion,English Ivy,English Lawn Daisy,False Dandelion,Field Bindweed,Florida Betony,Florida Pusley,Garlic Mustard,Giant Hogweed,Goatshead,Goutweed,Green Kyllinga,Greenbriar,Hawkweed,Heal-All,Henbit,Horseweed,Indian Chickweed,Ironweed,Japanese Clover,Japanese Knotweed,Kikuyu Grass,Knapweed,Knotweed,Kudzu,Kyllinga,Lambsquarters,Lespedeza,Love Vine,Mallow,Marestail,Matchweed,Moneywort,Monkey Grass,Moss,Moss, Liverworts, and Algae,Mouse-Ear Chickweed,Mugwort,Mullein,Multiflora Rose,Mustard,Narrowleaf Plantain,Nettle Hedge,Orchardgrass,Pachysandra,Pennywort,Periwinkle,Phragmites,Poa Trivialis,Poison Hemlock,Poison Ivy,Poison Oak,Poison Sumac,Pokeweed,Potato Vine (Dioscorea Bulbifera),Prostrate Spurge,Puncture Vine,Quackgrass,Queen Annes Lace,Ragweed,Red Henbit,Red Sorrel,Sand Brier,Sandbur,Sandspur,Sedge,Sedum,Seedheads in Lawn,Smartweed,Snow On The Mountain,Sourgrass,Sow Thistle,Speedwell,Spurge,Spurweed,St. Johns Wort,Tall Buttercup,Tall Fescue,Tansy,Three Leaved Ivy,Torpedograss,Tree Seedling,Trumpet Creeper,Tumbleweed,Virginia Buttonweed,Virginia Creeper,Wheatgrass,Wild Carrot,Wild Garlic,Wild Morning Glory,Wild Onion,Wild Violet,Winter Creeper,Wisteria,Wood Sorrel,Zoysia Grass

Questions & Answers

26Questions21Answers

Will this kill bamboo if I cut it first, spray it and then cover the area with black plastic sheeting?

Asked by Jimmy July 25, 2020
3
Answers

I have fought a low growing bamboo on my mountainside for 25 hears. It is a very persistent plant. Actually I think it is better to spray the bamboo fronds rather than cutting it back. When you cut bamboo it just tends to send up several shoots in place of the one you cut. Spraying with Roundup gives the bamboo a bit of a setback but does not get rid of it. A brush killer might be more effective than a weed killer. Sometimes I mix Roundup with a brush killer to go after really persistent vines and brush. I also dilute the Roundup Concentrate less so it is really strong when trying to kill something such as bamboo. I think the plastic sheeting is an excellent idea. I have not tried that. I recommend you leave it down for at least 18 months and probably best to leave it for two years. Try not to skimp on the sheeting, rather extend it several feet at least beyond the bamboo as it spreads underground. When you finally remove the sheeting, keep an eye on the area as the bamboo may comeback. If you spay it repeatedly when it is young you may eradicate it.

How soon can I replant after an application?

Asked by Steve July 2, 2020
2
Answers

We appreciate your question regarding Roundup Weed and Grass Killer. You need only wait 7 days before planting. You can contact us if you need further assistance. We can be reached at 877-220-3089.

what is the concentrate ratio?

Asked by pod June 25, 2020
1
Answer

This product contains 50.2% glyposate.

Is the Killer Super Concentrate diluted before application if so, how much concentrate to water

Asked by Clayton May 9, 2020
1
Answer

Clayton, for annual weeds dilute at 1.5 oz per gallon of water. For perennial, hard-to-control or brushy weeds use 2.5 oz per gallon of water. If you are uncertain whether you have an annual or perennial, use the highest rate.

What is the percentage of the glyphosate? Thanks

Asked by Jim May 8, 2020
2
Answers

Thank you for your question regarding Roundup Weed and Grass Killer 50% Super Concentrate. This product contains 50.2% glyphosate. You can contact us if you need further assistance. We can be reached at 877-220-3089.

I have been using the Super Concentrate for years. When did you switch from Super to 50% Super? ...

Asked by Phoobs April 29, 2020
2
Answers

I also bought mine and it does not work as well as the pre-mix I’m hoping to be able to return it back to Home Depot $100 is a lot of money for something that does not work!!

will this affect trees that Ivy surrounds?

Asked by CJ April 17, 2020
2
Answers

We appreciate your interest in Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate. This is non-selective weed killer which can injure or kill all vegetation contacted including ornamental plants. However, it will not penetrate the bark of trees, as long as there are no wounds and it doesn't touch any exposed roots or the foliage of the tree. Please contact us at 877-220-3089 with any other inquiries that you may have, and we will be happy to assist you.

Can hose on sprayer be used to apply super concentrate? Any risk to pine or oak trees (trunks > ...

Asked by Wilbur April 4, 2020
1
Answer

Wilbur, the Roundup Weed & Grass Killer Super Concentrate cannot be used to refill a ready to use container. It should be used as directed in a tank sprayer. It can be used around the trunk of trees. Do not spay on any green growing parts, open wounds, or exposed roots.

Will this kill all the grass in my yard

Asked by Gator March 7, 2020
5
Answers

Thank you for inquiring about Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate. This is a non selective weed killer and will kill anything that is green and actively growing. Please contact us at the following number with any other inquiries that you may have: 877-220-3089

why does roundup cost 4 times as much as no name weed killers?

Asked by dave February 13, 2020
2
Answers

because the gallon is concentrated and makes 85 gallons of spray able product

0.5 Gal. Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate - page 2

Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
    out of 434 reviews
  • 81% recommend this product
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This is not an easy rating. I'll explain in detail. If your question is "does it work?", yes. How...
This is not an easy rating. I'll explain in detail. If your question is "does it work?", yes. However, in my opinion, not as well as it used to, and it is expensive. I've attached two pictures of each of my treated banks. The first two are of the banks a week after treatment using the recommended solution mixture. As you can see, there is some yellowing and wilting taking place. I wasn't satisfied that it was working well enough, so I applied a second spraying with a dose twice the strength as originally. After 5 more days and weed whacking, I'm more satisfied eith the results. You need to decide for yourself if the cost and labor is worth it to yourself.
by Doug
I will NEVER buy Roundup again. I paid $75 for a half gallon of Round Up that I have applied thre...
I will NEVER buy Roundup again. I paid $75 for a half gallon of Round Up that I have applied three times on the same weeds and a lot of them are still living. I have been disappointed in Round Up for several years and decided to go "top of the line" with the Super Concentrate. There was absolutely no difference in results. Bottom line...this stuff just dosen't work. Can I get my money back???
by Tripedup
Response from ScottsCustomerCareAug 6, 2019
We are sorry to hear that your Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate did not perform as expected. While you should see some signs of wilt in the first 24 hours, it can take up to 2 weeks for a complete kill, in ideal conditions. Temperatures that frequently rise above 90 degrees will slow results. We would be interested in speaking with you further about this so that we can learn why the product may not have worked. If you would be willing, we ask that you call us at 877-220-3089 and refer to your review so that we can make a more complete report to our Quality Assurance Department. Scotts
I bought the half-gallon super concentrate from Home Depot in Florence, KY a month ago to kill we...
I bought the half-gallon super concentrate from Home Depot in Florence, KY a month ago to kill weeds growing in my shrubs. Then I read if used undiluted it will also kill tree stumps so after following the instructions, drilling deep holes around the edge of the stump and filling them with RoundUp I waited. Today I checked the stump and not only did the RoundUp NOT kill it but the stump had started to sprout lots of new growth. See photo. And after using it diluted 3oz per gallon of water on my weeds I found it mostly ineffective on all of them after 4 days. Then I sprayed the weeds again with a dilution of 4oz per gallon of water and this did kill the weeds after a few days.
by Nelson
Response from ScottsCustomerCareJul 21, 2018
We are sorry that you are unhappy with Roundup Weed and Grass Killer Super Concentrate. Complete control of the weeds will take about 1 to 2 weeks depending on temperature conditions. We recommend reapplying the product in 2 weeks after initial application, especially on viney, woody or waxy plants. We offer a guarantee that extends to all of our products. If this interests you, we ask that you contact us at 877-220-3089. scotts
Product was mixed 2.5 oz per gal of water in a pump-up sprayer, then applied to the area of weeds...
Product was mixed 2.5 oz per gal of water in a pump-up sprayer, then applied to the area of weeds and grass. Four days later we did not notice any visible difference. We applied a second treatment and three days later we are seeing a slight difference. Really not sure why the product is not very effective. I have used the concentrated roundup for many years and this is the first time it has not worked. Lot of money for a product that does not work well.
by Nate
Response from ScottsCustomerCareJul 19, 2018
We are sorry to hear that your Roundup Weed and Grass Killer did not perform as expected. This product works best when your temperatures are consistently between 60-85 degrees F. Otherwise the weeds go to sleep and will not absorb the product. We want you to be confident in our products. For this reason, we offer a product guarantee to our consumers. At your earliest convenience, please call us and refer to your review to see what can be done. Our phone number is 877-220-3089. scotts
2 people found this helpful
Weed and grass killer in a concentrate bottle
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I got this concentrate Roundup product to treat weeds and some grass that is overgrowing around my flower bed. Being a concentrate product, it means you need to mix this with water before use. I always like concentrate product because you will get more application compare to ready to use products. I mix this Roundup concentrate with water in a tank sprayer. Just followed the instructions found in the guide on the back of the bottle. For best result, mix 2.5 Fl oz to 1 gallon on water. There is also an included measurement cup on the top the cap which makes use very easy. After you mix the proper mixture, just pump the tank sprayer and spray it. It's rainproof in 30 min. After a few days, the weed is already yellow and wilted. Very happy with the result of this product.
by GeorgiaDad
This stuff is a killer!
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] OK there is no spring in west central Ohio. So why are the weeds still growing? Last Saturday it got almost up to 40 degrees and the wind wasn't awful. I mixed up a batch of Roundup Super Concentrate. I hit my gravel driveway that weeds love to call home. Today is Thursday. I am not sure when it happened but everything I hit with Roundup no longer grows. I reckon the weeds were dead as soon I sprayed them, they just didn't know it. I was asked to leave feedback for this product. My first picture is on Saturday and the weeds are all happy. Second picture is on Thursday 5 days later. See ya!
by philbur
happy weeds - dead grass
Well, after reading all the reviews I decided to still try the product in hopes of ridding my whole long of burr medic. I decided to weight the pros and cons-killing what grass I had was better then having to see my dogs suffer with these pesky weeds. So I bought the concentration as well as the Round up tank. Followed the directions to a T, hot weather, not after rain, not too much wind, 2.5 oz per gallon for lawn treatment, respray areas missed. Two weeks plus later the grass is very much dead, crispy even but the weeds well a few are staying down but most somehow survived and are beginning to make there way back to their full potential (green and happy). To sum up, this was an epic fail, not only am I out almost $ 80 dollars, I have very dead grass and still have plenty of weeds. Also the pump that I purchased to stray the weeds is not worth the $20 dollars, the pressure doesn't last, it only sprays for about 5 mins. I have heard that there are some that will last for about 15-20 min of continuous spray.
by camie
Response from Consumer ServiceApr 30, 2014
We are sorry to hear about your experience with the Roundup Super Concentrate. Burr medic is a winter annual that germinates in the winter and puts out most of its growth in the April and May. It will be easier to control earlier in the season just as it starts to germinate. Because of the way that it spreads multiple applications may be needed. Typically, you would see wilting and browning within several days of the application. Allow at least 7 days and repeat your application if you do not see continued improvement. In some cases it may take up to 4 weeks to see a complete kill. We do appreciate you sharing your experience and will forward your comments to our quality and marketing teams for review. We want you to be confident in our products. For this reason, we offer a product guarantee to our consumers. At your earliest convenience please contact us to see what can be done. http://tinyurl.com/7ag7a3n
Sprayed well with no problem...
Sprayed well with no problem
by Bratcher
I have used for 20+ yrs, Great product! Semper Fi....
I have used for 20+ yrs, Great product! Semper Fi. LtCol F. Scott
by Gringo
Love this product. I recommend this product to control weed...
Love this product. I recommend this product to control weed
by Carmen
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