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Roundup weedkiller 1 litre @ Morrisons £2.48

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Found this at Kirkstall morrisons leeds. This is about £5 everywhere else not bad deal.

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#1
Still not banned here then. It certainly works.


Edited By: QuickProfits on Jun 29, 2014 17:08
#2
Purchased the 3litre from Amazon last night for 7.50 & free delivery with prime :)
banned#3
I get mine from a local farmer, neat for £20 for 5 litres. Makes 125 litres up.
1 Like #4
Evil. Please don't. Monsanto must be destroyyyyed.
#5
Linked to all sorts of health issues from Autism to Bowl Cancer.

Also Monsanto as Nik says is evil.
#6
This is just dangerous , do not buy it
#7
Cold
#8
It's poison, surely all poison is poison. How does it cause autism and bowel cancer unless your eating the grass and weeds etc?
1 Like #9
Use this instead

Edited By: technomouse on Jun 29, 2014 20:48
#10
How does it cause bowel cancer and autism!? I used it in my garden last week to kill the weeds at the root after de weeding the garden. They haven't grown back yet!
1 Like #11
seriously guys this is bad bad bad do not use it don't just kill weeds it diminishes the soil and all the minerals in it and yes it is and has been proved to cause health issues in us humans never mind the wildlife, if you want weed free lawns stop been lazy and dig them out,or use your own mind and check out the health benefits of the weeds in your garden,youll be amazed
#12
I've looked into since seeing some of the comments on here but as long as it's used responsibly I don't see the issue. I wouldn't use it anywhere near my herbs and veg and agree farmers shouldn't use it. But to kill the weeds on my blocked paved drive I don't see the issue it's no where near anything I'm going to eat or anyone else will eat.
#13
This is presumably the same chemical as used in the offer at ALDI this week of 1 litre for £1.99 (contains 7ml of the nasty stuff) or concentrated for £6.49 (or thereabouts - can check if anyone cares) which contains 67ml and is this much better value. Thanks for provisos - will use well away from anything that matters!

And if you use the concentrate, have one watering can for that only.. I have two watering cans same size GREEN one for water RED for weedkiller.
#14
Used it on weeds - did naff all and it didn't rain away etc.
#15
technomouse

Firstly probably illegal to do so.

Secondly what would be the impact on soil chemistry, soil biota, water runoff and subsequent stream/river life and blah if we all replaced glyphosate with acetic acid? oO
#16
scimitar
Used it on weeds - did naff all and it didn't rain away etc.

Its regulations specify dosage per weed type. To avoid breaking regs this will be a weak concentration. Multiple applications will be required for some weeds.
1 Like #17
JamesSmith
This is presumably the same chemical as used in the offer at ALDI this week of 1 litre for £1.99 (contains 7ml of the nasty stuff) or concentrated for £6.49 (or thereabouts - can check if anyone cares) which contains 67ml and is this much better value. Thanks for provisos - will use well away from anything that matters!

And if you use the concentrate, have one watering can for that only.. I have two watering cans same size GREEN one for water RED for weedkiller.

Its also better to apply by spraying if you are concerned about the amounts applied altho ideal spraying conditions are not that frequent (there may be some 'drift' that offsets the lower dose aim). I would always wait for ideal wind conditions if doing a large area and shield off anything that matters nearby.
#18
Meathotukdeals
JamesSmith
This is presumably the same chemical as used in the offer at ALDI this week of 1 litre for £1.99 (contains 7ml of the nasty stuff) or concentrated for £6.49 (or thereabouts - can check if anyone cares) which contains 67ml and is this much better value. Thanks for provisos - will use well away from anything that matters!

And if you use the concentrate, have one watering can for that only.. I have two watering cans same size GREEN one for water RED for weedkiller.

Its also better to apply by spraying if you are concerned about the amounts applied altho ideal spraying conditions are not that frequent (there may be some 'drift' that offsets the lower dose aim). I would always wait for ideal wind conditions if doing a large area and shield off anything that matters nearby.

Very interesting thoughts.. thank you !
1 Like #19
Incidentally, another methods of weed control, from my horticultural friend.. Very hot water!!!

So don't pour that boiling pasta /rice water from pan down drain.. step outside and chuck it on the weeds!

Salt also works to some extent apparently.
#20
JamesSmith
Incidentally, another methods of weed control, from my horticultural friend.. Very hot water!!!

So don't pour that boiling pasta /rice water from pan down drain.. step outside and chuck it on the weeds!

Salt also works to some extent apparently.

Have used large pans of boiling water in the past to try and contain bamboo. You dig to the roots but boy there is no guarantee you can even sever them easily never mind dig them out. So I poured a lot of boiling water onto them. 2 or so years later the bamboo seems to have spread as much to the non treated area as the treated. (iirc it even shooted back up several months later).

Have also used pasta water on weeds but think it tended to encourage algae on paved areas.

And when I really needed to control one serious disease problem (Agrobacterium tumefaciens), well that bit of the garden got boiling water, thin bleach and Jeyes fluid. I think it worked but only time will tell.

Edited By: Meathotukdeals on Jul 02, 2014 21:14

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