Using Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer Products Properly
Find out how to use Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products to safely and effectively keep your weeds under control.
Using Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products the right way ensures that they work as effectively and safely as possible. Remember, your best resource is right on the bottle. So before using any product, make sure to read the label and heed the label.
Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products work wonders in many of your outdoor areas. Whether it’s your patio, walkway, garden bed, or around trees, they’ll stop the weeds — guaranteed. Some of our products can even be used for larger projects like garden prepping or lawn renovation. Just remember, you shouldn’t treat any plants you want to keep, as these products stop any growing plant dead in its tracks.
Poison ivy loves to wreak havoc and make you itch. And because it packs a complex root system and a rash-inducing oil, it can be a pain to get rid of. Thankfully, there’s a method for controlling the madness. Survey problematic areas monthly during growing season (May through November) and look for new poisonous plants that might have appeared.
The Sure Shot® Wand and the Comfort Wand® are not only great at providing control when spraying weeds. They’re also a breeze to use. Follow these simple steps and you’ll be on your way to stopping weeds with ease.
For best results, we recommend using Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer products on dry, warm, wind-free days. But if it’s about to rain, fear not — all of our products should dry and become waterproof within 30 minutes to two hours — some even faster.
So, you’ve treated your weeds and now it’s time to get the good stuff growing again. How soon you need to wait before replanting depends on which product you used and what you want to grow. Follow these wait time guidelines to get your landscape back on track.
Roundup® Weed & Grass Killer concentrates are your best friend when it comes to treating large areas. Simply add water to the amount of concentrate called for on the label and there you have it — easy, effective, and economical. We recommend using the following mix rates for our concentrates, but be sure to read the label for more specific directions.