CHEAP, EFFECTIVE WEEDKILLER (WORKS ON ALMOST ALL WEEDS) - ROUNDUP-STYLE VERY STRONG PROFESSIONAL GLYPHOSATE - 5 LITRES (MAKES 150+ LITRES WEEDKILLER) GALLUP 360 (FREE GLOVES & GALLIPOT) £24.50 DELIVERED soilfertilitysolutions2013 EBAY
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CHEAP, EFFECTIVE WEEDKILLER (WORKS ON ALMOST ALL WEEDS) - ROUNDUP-STYLE VERY STRONG PROFESSIONAL GLYPHOSATE - 5 LITRES (MAKES 150+ LITRES WEEDKILLER) GALLUP 360 (FREE GLOVES & GALLIPOT) £24.50 DELIVERED soilfertilitysolutions2013 EBAY

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Found 9th Jun 2016
Save a small fortune on weekiller - check the price of the near-identical Roundup Ultra 3000 (from £45 per litre) to understand what good value this commercial equivalent is at about a tenth of the price. Same chemical, same concentration.

Free gloves and gallipot too.

Gallup 360 is a weed killer that contains glyphosate for effective control of annual and deep-rooted perennial garden weeds, including grasses, docks, nettles, willowherb, dandelion, bindweed and many more. It's inactivated on contact with the soil and is broken down by soil organisms to leave no lasting residues.

Active ingredient: 360 g/L Glyphosate in a soluble concentrate.

Features:

Inactivated on contact with the soil and is broken down by soil organisms to leave no lasting residues.

Apply when weeds are actively growing and have adequate leaf area to absorb the spray.

Weeds may show first effects from a few days up to 4 weeks after depending on the weather and type of weed.

Some tough weeds, such as ground elder, may need a repeat treatment after 3-4 weeks if regrowth appears.

Knapsack application: Add 24mls to 1 litre of water to treat up to 40 square metres (5m x 8m). Shake/agitate the mixture thoroughly before use. Use immediately after mixing.

Apply when weeds are actively growing and have adequate leaf area to absorb the spray.

Spray nettles and ground elder when new leaves have fully unfolded in late spring.

Do not spray in windy conditions as drift can damage or kill valued plants.

Do not walk into treated areas until the spray has dried on the leaves, to avoid transfer to lawns and other wanted vegetation.

Rainfall within 6 hours of application may reduce effectiveness and require re-treatment.

Treat established perennial weeds at the start of flowering for best effect.

Weeds may show the first effects from a few days up to 4 weeks later depending on the weather and type of weed.

Leave treated weeds for at least 7 days before cultivating.

Kills most weeds with a single application. Some tough weeds, e.g. ground elder, may need a repeat treatment after 3-4 weeks if regrowth appears.

If re-treatment is required repeat only once per season.

Take extreme care to avoid spray drift. Do not spray in windy weather or near to desirable species or plants, as drift can cause severe plant injury.

Where to use: For use on unwanted vegetation. Do not use on lawns.

How to use: Apply with a knapsack sprayer as a medium-coarse spray.

Future planting:

Has no long-lasting effects in soil after application. Cultivations and planting can be conducted 7 days after application or if the weather has been cool, after the weed leaves have become yellowed or have died back.

Or for Japanese Knotweed:

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Does it annialate the local pet population in the process?

Original Poster

surreykw

Does it annialate the local pet population in the process?


Not quite clear on that - were you wanting it to?

i have this and it is awsome. as for the local pet population, other peoples pets have no reason to be in my garden so really, there shouldn't be an issue.

Banned

nick140773

i have this and it is awsome. as for the local pet population, other … i have this and it is awsome. as for the local pet population, other peoples pets have no reason to be in my garden so really, there shouldn't be an issue.



Nice....

Been using for years.Takes about 7 to 10 days to show signs of death for the weeds.I use 130ml to 5 litres.Must use a sprayer to cover an area as watering can uses too much weedkiller.

Original Poster

jezzery

The 490g is the strongest stuff. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/231909555731


36% stronger but 58% more expensive. Not really a runner at that price.

Sex panther works 60% of the time 100% of the time

This is the best thing ever , works like a treat I've even used it to kill off small trees in adjacent gardens . Used it last year on drive and patio and only just now are there some small weeds growing back

Cancer for free included

Newbold

36% stronger but 58% more expensive. Not really a runner at that price.



Good for getting rid of knotweed though

Original Poster

jezzery

Good for getting rid of knotweed though


Very true - perfect for that.

I'd rather not have this stuff draining into the water supply. Thanks anyway Monsanto!

Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the weeds on my gravel driveway but since the EU banned it I've never found a cheap alternative, until now. Heat given.

This is a good price. I think I paid around £32 last time I bought 5L of glyphosate 360.

sharkalos

I'd rather not have this stuff draining into the water supply. Thanks … I'd rather not have this stuff draining into the water supply. Thanks anyway Monsanto!



Inactivated on contact with the soil and is broken down by soil organisms to leave no lasting residues.

Delbert Grady

Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the … Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the weeds on my gravel driveway but since the EU banned it I've never found a cheap alternative, until now. Heat given.



Pulling them up is cheaper.

Darzen

Inactivated on contact with the soil and is broken down by soil organisms … Inactivated on contact with the soil and is broken down by soil organisms to leave no lasting residues.



​Doesn't that sound like dishonest bs? Poison gets inactivated by the soil? Sounds horrific for the health of soil and those who use it in their family gardens.

Before buying this please do a quick Google. Glyphosphate is suspected of killing thousands of people who didn't realise how nasty it is, and this 'deal' is the super concentrated form.

And we wonder why the world is screwed. We allow this stuff to be sold to all and sundry to spray and do God knows what damage to the local environment. This stuff is not safe for yourself, your family or the environment no matter what the manufacturer will tell you.
Cold cold cold deal.

moneysavingkitten

Pulling them up is cheaper.


True, but it doesn't work for the most common weeds like Dandylion and Thistle. They are very deep rooted and when you pull them up the root breaks off in the ground and grows again very quickly. Within a week or two you're back where you started.

Gallup 490 £30.47 on Amazon better value stone cold

Delbert Grady

True, but it doesn't work for the most common weeds like Dandylion and … True, but it doesn't work for the most common weeds like Dandylion and Thistle. They are very deep rooted and when you pull them up the root breaks off in the ground and grows again very quickly. Within a week or two you're back where you started.


I hate it when I hear that faint snap but the relief when you get an intact root lol

So much cheaper if you learn to live with the odd weed in your life.

this stuff works great. i used it two weeks back and the weeds are dead.

Most effective weedkiller I have found in this new era of EU restrictions.

highly recommended but 5 litres goes a long long way!!

Delbert Grady

Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the … Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the weeds on my gravel driveway but since the EU banned it I've never found a cheap alternative, until now. Heat given.



​VOTE OUT ❎

Delbert Grady

Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the … Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the weeds on my gravel driveway but since the EU banned it I've never found a cheap alternative, until now. Heat given.


Alternatives offered by ebay....

ebay.co.uk/itm…294

lol.

This stuff is good although it takes a week or two it will kill to the root. One tip if you want to target individual weeds in a lawn for example is to put a rubber glove on then an old woolen glove over it and dip it in the weed killer, then just go around and touch the leaves of the weeds you want gone. You can of course use a sprayer but it will kill almost anything it touches.

Any deals on the smaller quantities? I only have a small paved courtyard and dont think I'll ever get through 5 liters

Its good stuff kills just about any plant, but ground elder will just laugh it off sprayed that stuff once a week for 4 weeks and it still just keeps growing with no ill effects. (Its not the mix the mix i'm using is killing 2ft mature nettles, herb robert, and clearing the paths of grass within a week).

will this kill a unwanted tree????

Delbert Grady

Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the … Thanks for posting this, I used to use Sodium Chlorate to control the weeds on my gravel driveway but since the EU banned it I've never found a cheap alternative, until now. Heat given.



Do you know why? Because getting weeds out of a gravel driveway can be done with a rake quite simply without much effort - you don't even have to remove them - just rake on a hot day and they'll die. Good to know people naively use this type of chemical. Do you know anything about plant or soil science? This stuff is bad news. It's bad enough already what runs of off driveways- give it a break!

jeti9

will this kill a unwanted tree????


No.

amazon.co.uk/Cop…6HS

Just be wary of using a chainsaw afterwards........

THEDC0

​VOTE OUT ❎



Yeah screw the bees

surreykw

Does it annialate the local pet population in the process?



No once it's dry it's perfectly safe

jeti9

will this kill a unwanted tree????



Yes it does all you need to do is drill into the the tree as close to the bottom as you can in a downward angle and fill the hole with neat solution

mart1976

Yes it does all you need to do is drill into the the tree as close to the … Yes it does all you need to do is drill into the the tree as close to the bottom as you can in a downward angle and fill the hole with neat solution


Honestly?. Need to get out my overgrown conifers

While you're at it buy a dust mask as this is lethal , links to all sorts.

This hasn't done much to the brambles in my garden... will be giving them a second (or third!) dose I think. Been alright with the rest of the general weeds though.

Ground elder, and bind weed and the bed wetting dandelion..fookers
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