5L SUPER STRENGTH PROFESSIONAL WEEDKILLER (GALLUP XL GLYPHOSATE - SAME AS ROUNDUP AND RESOLVA BUT 50 TIMES STRONGER FOR DILUTION)  + FREE CUP&GLOVES £25.75 eBay /  gardenersdreamuk
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5L SUPER STRENGTH PROFESSIONAL WEEDKILLER (GALLUP XL GLYPHOSATE - SAME AS ROUNDUP AND RESOLVA BUT 50 TIMES STRONGER FOR DILUTION) + FREE CUP&GLOVES £25.75 eBay / gardenersdreamuk

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Found 11th MayEdited by:"Newbold"
Far, far cheaper than anything you can buy from garden centres - same stuff, but much more concentrated and needs to be diluted.

Also sold as Roundup and Resolva - but this is literally 50 times stronger than the standard formulations you find in garden centres.


Be aware of the warning at the bottom, though, which applies to anyone using this professionally. Needs sensible handling.

If you want something even stronger: hotukdeals.com/dea…342

Barclay XL is a foliar acting herbicide that controls annual and perennial grasses and most broad-leaved weeds when used as directed. It is translocated from treated vegetative growth to underground roots, rhizomes or stolons. Leaf symptoms, being a reddening then yellowing of the foliage, are first seen on grass weeds but take longer to appear on broad-leaved weeds.

It is particularly important that the weeds have sufficient leaf growth and are actively growing when treated. Perennial grass weeds must have produced fresh leaves, which are green and vigorous. Common couch/scutch is most susceptible to Barclay XL when it is tillering and when new rhizomes have begun to grow.This is usually when the plants have about 5-6 leaves, each with approximately 12-15 cm of new growth. The majority of perennial broad-leaved weeds are most susceptible if treated when they are actively growing and are at or near flowering stage.

Safe Use of Pesticides

"By law, everyone who uses pesticides professionally must have received adequate training in using pesticides safely and be skilled in the job they are carrying out."

Upon purchasing this product you and/or the end users are responsibile for ensuring that these products are used in line with industry Approved Codes of Practice. All operators must be trained and certificated in using and applying any Ministry Approved Professional Product (MAPP). Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label and product information before use.

Please be aware that by proceeding you are purchasing a professional pesticide product. You must ensure the end user of these products complies with the DEFRA/HSE Code for the Safe use of Pesticides. There are legal responsibilities covering the storage and use of professional use pesticides. These responsibilities are covered by The Food and Environment Protection Act 1985 (FEPA) and Control of Pesticide Regulations 1986 (COPR).
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Searcher232 m ago

I use thin bleach put on neat. About 30p for 2L from supermarkets.


bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you are killing everything by spraying it around!!
This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the aftermath of the apocolypse.
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Also sold as Roundup and Resolva - but this is literally 50 times stronger than the standard formulations you find in garden centres.

If you want something even stronger: hotukdeals.com/dea…342
Edited by: "Newbold" 11th May
Good stuff this... HEAT!

Just need to find some cheap path cleaner now?
foolsgold995 m ago

Good stuff this... HEAT!Just need to find some cheap path cleaner now?


I use thin bleach put on neat. About 30p for 2L from supermarkets.
Good this.
Ta.
Rosate just as good & fiver cheaper, m.ebay.co.uk/itm…684?epid=1913342023&hash=item25f5df4b54:g:zCkAAOSw-uda8j~J To me this is the regular price from multiple eBay sellers so not really a deal.
I bought this the other day- for normal garden weeds dandelions / general unwanted crab grass / foliage what strength should I use
foolsgold9934 m ago

Good stuff this... HEAT!Just need to find some cheap path cleaner now?


Have bought this- it has BAC the active ingredient of patio magic. Have used and works well
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Searcher232 m ago

I use thin bleach put on neat. About 30p for 2L from supermarkets.


bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you are killing everything by spraying it around!!
This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the aftermath of the apocolypse.
Cup and gloves always useful.
Flameboy67817 m ago

I bought this the other day- for normal garden weeds dandelions / general …I bought this the other day- for normal garden weeds dandelions / general unwanted crab grass / foliage what strength should I use


About 1 in 30 so for a 1L spray about 33ml or a Triple Whiskey.
flatlander22 m ago

bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you …bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you are killing everything by spraying it around!!


You mean that stuff my wife uses to clean toilet and sinks?
Contributes to the decline in bee population and highly likely to be a carcinogenic in humans.
I'd love to control weeds but is this really pet safe?
Roger_Irrelevant26 m ago

About 1 in 30 so for a 1L spray about 33ml or a Triple Whiskey.



I have a 5 litre sprayer and use 7 tablespoons, as others have said it will destroy everything. Words of warning, if it is windy it will spread to surrounding plants. If the weed is more than a meter high cut it down, anything under a foot (I have read 3 feet) is fine. Oily looking plants (ivy, etc) need to be treated twice, you may need to crush the plant with your hand to allow treatment to penetrate. Saying this I have personally never had to do any of this, I just spray and forget.

For those who like to take every opportunity to prove everyone else is wrong. the information above is what i have taken from the forums, I am not saying it is fact.
marty-40137 m ago

Cup and gloves always useful.


Gloves essential!
Steve_O-bd7e6.9028019 m ago

I have a 5 litre sprayer and use 7 tablespoons, as others have said it …I have a 5 litre sprayer and use 7 tablespoons, as others have said it will destroy everything. Words of warning, if it is windy it will spread to surrounding plants. If the weed is more than a meter high cut it down, anything under a foot (I have read 3 feet) is fine. Oily looking plants (ivy, etc) need to be treated twice, you may need to crush the plant with your hand to allow treatment to penetrate. Saying this I have personally never had to do any of this, I just spray and forget.For those who like to take every opportunity to prove everyone else is wrong. the information above is what i have taken from the forums, I am not saying it is fact.


On waxy/oily leaf plants I find putting a drop of fairy liquid into the mix helps.
This looks awesome, just meed to find something good and affordable to clean astro turf from cats now
katya197114 m ago

This looks awesome, just meed to find something good and affordable to …This looks awesome, just meed to find something good and affordable to clean astro turf from cats now


Try Zoflora. I used 2 x bottles added to water in a 7 litre spray bottle and sprayed my artificial grass with it. Cleans and disinfects and leaves the grass smelling nice.
Mada061 h, 20 m ago

This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the …This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the aftermath of the apocolypse.


Agreed, first time i used this on some very thick and tall weeds, i sprayed it on and thought nothing much was happening after a day or two. Then 2 weeks later it looked like the aftermath of a napalm strike. Good stuff
Edited by: "voodoo85" 11th May
Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's relentless. Will it kill tree stumps too?
rachelandgromit2 m ago

Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's …Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's relentless. Will it kill tree stumps too?


I have used on a small tree stump before, make some cuts into the stump beforehand to allow it to penetrate deeper. I've also heard that epsom salt works well on tree stumps
Ordered. Fingers crossed it gets rid of the ivy. I hate the stuff.
How long would you need to keep pets (dogs) from treated area when using this stuff?
Heat added, Would definitely recommend this stuff.
rachelandgromit11 m ago

Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's …Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's relentless. Will it kill tree stumps too?



Two or three applications a week or so apart killed my ivy (that I previously couldn't shift ) . Will eventually kill tree stumps - I paint some on the stumps then secure a poly bag over the top with a rubber band ,to stop the rain washing it away ,

Beware ! it kills everything !! I had a small leak in my sprayer and had dead lines and patches in my lawn caused by the drips as I was moving around .
gazdoubleu2 h, 1 m ago

Rosate just as good & fiver cheaper, …Rosate just as good & fiver cheaper, https://m.ebay.co.uk/itm/Rosate-360-TF-Glyphosate-Weedkiller-1-x-5-Litre-Strong-Professional-Herbicide/163038841684?epid=1913342023&hash=item25f5df4b54:g:zCkAAOSw-uda8j~J To me this is the regular price from multiple eBay sellers so not really a deal.


Is it the same product? Post it as a deal as it's over £5 cheaper.
Mada061 h, 50 m ago

This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the …This stuff is absolutely brutal. Use it and 2 weeks later it's like the aftermath of the apocolypse.


Agree entirely. Takes a little longer than the "24hr" products but savage stuff when it takes hold.
Could be doing with some, but if it's as strong as some people make out on here, I think a litre would be more than enough, anyone found a deal on a smaller amount?
This stuff does what it says...

Unlike retail nonsense
Has anyone had experience using this on brambles? I'm having a nightmare trying to control masses of them growing into my garden originally starting from a field behind my house
Roger_Irrelevant1 h, 57 m ago

About 1 in 30 so for a 1L spray about 33ml or a Triple Whiskey.


Any recommendations for a good 1L or 2L sprayer?
rachelandgromit1 h, 6 m ago

Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's …Thanks, hoping this will sort some awful ivy I've been pulling up but it's relentless. Will it kill tree stumps too?


Try knocking in a copper nail.
1616french1 h, 3 m ago

How long would you need to keep pets (dogs) from treated area when using …How long would you need to keep pets (dogs) from treated area when using this stuff?


Just until it dries, so maybe half an hour (depending on the weather).
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 11th May
MancMatt32 m ago

Has anyone had experience using this on brambles? I'm having a nightmare …Has anyone had experience using this on brambles? I'm having a nightmare trying to control masses of them growing into my garden originally starting from a field behind my house



MancMatt32 m ago

Has anyone had experience using this on brambles? I'm having a nightmare …Has anyone had experience using this on brambles? I'm having a nightmare trying to control masses of them growing into my garden originally starting from a field behind my house


Yes - works a treat. Will probably need a couple of applications though.
edgeone2 h, 48 m ago

Contributes to the decline in bee population and highly likely to be a …Contributes to the decline in bee population and highly likely to be a carcinogenic in humans.


Are you sure about that? I don't *think* that glyphosate is a neonicitinoid. And anyway, the amount used my private individuals (as opposed to commercial use) is hugely significant.
And, for those treating larger areas, there are no alternatives.
Yes, glyphosate is carcinogenic (along with bacon), but only in massive doses. Wear gloves when using it and, perhaps, a mask when spraying if you're really concerned.
Edit: OK, so it looks like glyphosate is a neonic, but I still feel that there are no alternatives for private individuals with larger areas to treat. And that private usage pales into comparison with commercial.
Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 11th May
HellriderUKDeals6935 m ago

Any recommendations for a good 1L or 2L sprayer?


i put in a 5L watering can with fine rose. (mark only use this can for weeds).
flatlander2 h, 45 m ago

bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you …bleach is bad for the environment and waterways its not a weed killer you are killing everything by spraying it around!!


I am not using it as a weedkiller. For that I use the product in the OP. I use bleach for killing mould/algae on patio flags and pebbles. I acknowledge it could have an adverse effect on the environment. I never drink bottled water though so my plastic use is low. :-)
Now find something to kill those appalling leylandii that are blocking all my garden sunlight
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