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anyone want to get rid of some serious weeds??? / trees / plants

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
ok, so maybe like me you have the dreaded blakberries (wild) brambles and stinging nettles taking over you back garden? well i did! these things were 4 FT high! and thick as anything! i have now ben able to cut them down to 1ft approx in 3days with just weedkiller no work ;-) i must admit if you are doing this be carful ok!

right so the mixture to kill ANYTHING DEAD within 3 days (used for just over a monthy now) is 1/2 tumbleweed killer (its called tumbleweed) 1/4 DEEP ROOT / whole 'small' packet. and then any old standered weedkiller eg tesco weedkiller.

mix it all up its easier if u get tumbleweed in the sprayer can then mix it in that for application!

this stuff is VERY powerful! i will up some pics of what it has done in just three days for those non-belivers!

belive me if you have problem weeds or want to kill a big bush or TREE (yes it kills trees!) this is the mixture.

i dont say that this is allowed by the companies involved nor that they support me but this stuff works!

just some useful infomation for you'all
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
sorry for my spelling (suggestion for mods how about a spell check?)

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#2
I will give this a try... I have been wanting to sort a part of my garden for a while...

Hope it does not explode!!...
#3
nope it doesnt (explode or re-act with each other seems a perfect mix) dont know the half life though so it might remain dead for about 3-5 months (judgin from the back of all the packets) but this stuff is safe doesnt damage my skin (and mine is sensitive) takes 2hrs before wiliting and by next day its all drooping to the floor


TIP: find a stinging nettle and do it! they go purple! then black then just disappear
#4
I think I will give it a try over the weekend... will post photos before and after if I remember to take them...

Kills trees!!! hmmm.... nice... opps I mean bad...could get done if the council finds out!!
#5
jackt010
reserved for pics + sorry for my spelling (suggestion for mods how about a spell check?)


sugestion to OP take english classes :p

lol
#6
REDRANGER86
sugestion to OP take english classes :p

lol


or typing? strange got a phd in computer science :D
#7
photo 3 is after 1 day on a newly treated area with blackberries + sorry for bad photos its from my old V3 so not gd quality
banned#8
Cheers - I was wondering what to do about my neighbours leylandii :)

sodium chlorate didnt work.
#9
this stuff seems to kill anything though it doesnt work very well on normal lawn grass takes about a week but then dies over night ;-)
#10
Cheapest method by far is salt, plain old table salt. You can get it by the kilo in most supermarkets for a very cheap sum. Mix it with some water then use a watering can to cover the area. If you want to go over the top with it, liberally sprinkle the salt over the area (i did it so I could not see anything :) looked like it had snowed - lol) then water it in.

Does the job at a fraction of the cost.
#11
Simon_G
Cheapest method by far is salt, plain old table salt. You can get it by the kilo in most supermarkets for a very cheap sum. Mix it with some water then use a watering can to cover the area. If you want to go over the top with it, liberally sprinkle the salt over the area (i did it so I could not see anything :) looked like it had snowed - lol) then water it in.

Does the job at a fraction of the cost.

Just salt?? this definately sounds like the cheaper option but how affective is it? will it clear the dreaded blakberries (wild) brambles and stinging nettles?. Do you know how long before you see the affects?
#12
i tried salt and it did jack cra* to my weeds i think they just put it on their food ;-) this is the only mixture that i have found that gets all of these
#13
i think the op had better look at the message box third item right side ABC ,i think he will find a spell checker
#14
REDRANGER86
sugestion to OP take english classes :p

lol


Suggestion to REDRANGER86, do the same.

Pot / Kettle.;-)
banned#15
chazzz;2205192
i think the op had better look at the message box third item right side ABC ,i think he will find a spell checker

Where is this spell checker? I have never seen it.

Not that I need it ;-)
#16
i have just seen the little spell checker bit
#17
hmmm just my view i guess maybe it depends what type of soil uve got as well.... ours is VERY clay / chalk weird combo :D but weeds love it
#18
im just about to go to b&q, would all the stuff be available from there or a specialist garden centre?
banned#19
Ive been told that an easy way to kill a tree is to hit some copper nails into it. Not come across copper nails - but guess drilling a hole and plonking some copper wire would have the same effect.

Any truth in that?

I've often thought about "doing in" a willow tree at the bottom of our garden. The trunk is about 8" on our side of the boundary - but is the neighbours tree. I'd never do it though. It's a lovely tree - just makes such a mess, causes subsidence, drains water and most important, blocks the view of Astra 28W for our satellite dish!!!!

You can see just how much it overhangs!

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#20
this seems to kill anything..... i have now killed a HUGE privete bush (spelling wrong --> the green leaved bush_ it was as tall as our house!!! and its killing it withing 2 days )all leaves coming off branches drooping

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