Japanese Knotweed (and almost all other weeds) killer: Gallup Hi-Aktiv Glyphosate Weedkiller 490 g/l  5 Litres (dilutes to 250 litres) £32.75 Amazon (Sold by Soil Fertility Solutions)
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Japanese Knotweed (and almost all other weeds) killer: Gallup Hi-Aktiv Glyphosate Weedkiller 490 g/l 5 Litres (dilutes to 250 litres) £32.75 Amazon (Sold by Soil Fertility Solutions)

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Found 10th Jun 2016
Stronger than Roundup ProBiactive 360 & 450 - Also kills Japanese Knotweed!

490g/L of Glyphosate. Dilutes to make 250 litres!

Dilution rate guide : 200ml in to every 10Ltrs of water.

GALLUP HI-AKTIV IS A VERY HIGHLY CONCENTRATED GLYPHOSATE PROFESSIONAL WEED KILLER. IT HAS A MARKET LEADING FORMULATION THAT USES A NEW GENERATION SURFACTANT SYSTEM THAT ENSURES FAST AND RELIABLE RESULTS - IT IS RAINFAST WITHIN 1 HOUR OF APPLICATION. IT IS USED FOR THE CONTROL OF GRASSES AND WEEDS IN AMENITY, INDUSTRIAL AND FORESTRY AREAS. IT IS RAINFAST WITHIN 1 HOUR OF APPLICATION & HAS A NON-HAZARDOUS COSHH CLASSIFICATION MEANING IT BIO-DEGRADES IN THE SOIL INTO NATURAL SUBSTANCES.
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More expensive than the Gallup 360 posted here:

hotukdeals.com/dea…741

But stronger (therefore goes further when diluted) and can handle Japanese Knotweed.
Shame they don't do smaller amounts.
You can get smaller amounts on Ebay, I got a litre for £12 delivered, was about 2 months back (it was in Polish though but received a full set of English Instructions)
Wished I looked here first. Bought usual rip off from local chain. Have some heat op.
Can cold voters show a better price/product or reasons not to buy ?
Would be helpful thanks.

Voted hot thanks op
Teza511

Can cold voters show a better price/product or reasons not to buy ?Would … Can cold voters show a better price/product or reasons not to buy ?Would be helpful thanks.Voted hot thanks op


360 does it, cheaper by same seller and manufacturer on eBay.
Original Poster
ssc1

360 does it, cheaper by same seller and manufacturer on eBay.


See post #1 above - it's slightly cheaper at £24 for 5 litres, but only about 75% the concentration, so it doesn't go as far.
I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:

[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url]

[url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]

Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:

[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]

Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.

It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:

[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]

I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it safely without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?

As an aside, what am I doing wrong when posting links as they're not appearing as working links? Thanks
Edited by: "jtjt" 10th Jun 2016
I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:

[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url]

[url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]

Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:

[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]

Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.

It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:

[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]

I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound way. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?
Very odd that they show this over a picture of a lovely lawn???? Probably best not to use it on a lawn!! (_;)
More Monsanto ecocide. Find a natural alternative.
Original Poster
sharkalos

More Monsanto ecocide. Find a natural alternative.


Great idea. Could you name one that works quickly, please, for Japanese Knotweed? Or Mare's Tail? Or bindweed?
Knotweed? really?
I'm going with the anti Monsanto brigade. I will never use the stuff.
I'm sure there are people out there who don't care and think they will never be affected by this stuff.
Original Poster
Snarling Shark

Knotweed? really?


Really. Not immediate, but it will work.
jtjt

I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is … I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url][url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound way. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?



Not so good with tonic then
jtjt

I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is … I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url][url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it safely without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?As an aside, what am I doing wrong when posting links as they're not appearing as working links? Thanks



Any suggestions for an environmentally friendly way to kill Japanese Knotweed then?
I got the 360 a month ago, so far I have decimated the backyard of nettles and grasses, it resembles a drought scene at the moment.

Drilled out a rather nasty bramble stalk that has been peeing me off for some time and poured in some neat, no sign of life!

Murdered a rather old bush that has a 10" trunk it is so old as it is pushing my garden wall out at an angle, I told the wife I needed a 1100w reciprocating Bosch saw to take that down

Waiting to see if it does anything to the ivy we have.

The joys of buying a 90 year old house with a rather wild garden.
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 10th Jun 2016
You just copied this from my post in the earlier Gallup 360 deal, shame on you
Bought some cheers, weeds are doing my head in
Japanese Knotweed, I know, is a **** to control and almost impossible to eradicate. I don't profess to being an expert, but, for smaller areas, it's a case of dig up the roots as best as possible. I've had to do this when I managed a garden bordered by another full of knotweed. It was a yearly activity as new growth appeared. Physical barriers - slabs for example sunk into the ground can help to contain this movement. It is another example of man tipping the balance of nature with poor understanding of the consequences as knotweed was first introduced as an ornamental plant. I'm sure googling will provide other possibilities, even though the bottom line may not be control without effort.

May not help to solve this problem, but in my gardening I prefer to work with rather than against nature. I hand weed, grow plants to out compete unwanted invaders. Ornamentals that don't want to thrive, I replace with something that does. I don't use weedkillers or insecticides. I find well grown plants are usually fairly disease resistant and don't begrudge most insects and animals a share in my garden. It all helps in the bigger scheme of things :-)
Original Poster
gazdoubleu

You just copied this from my post in the earlier Gallup 360 deal, shame … You just copied this from my post in the earlier Gallup 360 deal, shame on you


Two tiny little details for you to consider:
1 Were you just too lazy to post a deal yourself?
2 You'll find that the deal I took the trouble to post was actually a lower price than the one you opted out of posting.
I use clinic ace myself . Have done for years . Takes a couple of weeks but keeps weeds done for a few months
If we stay in the EU they are about to ban the use of ALL Glyphosate products.
Original Poster
landros1

If we stay in the EU they are about to ban the use of ALL Glyphosate … If we stay in the EU they are about to ban the use of ALL Glyphosate products.


And if we come out we'll be in such an economic mess that a Glyphosate ban will be the very least of your problems.
Newbold

Two tiny little details for you to consider:1 Were you just too lazy to … Two tiny little details for you to consider:1 Were you just too lazy to post a deal yourself?2 You'll find that the deal I took the trouble to post was actually a lower price than the one you opted out of posting.




Lower price yes but worse value as less diluted viable product in your Gallup 360. You nailed the guy that quoted Gallup 490 from eBay. He was too lazy to work out the comparative percent increase in viable product compared to increase in price. I guess I am lazy too 5 second search on Amazon to find a cheaper carcinogenic product for you to post!
Tell that to anyone who ever had Japanese Knotweed on their property.
Someone commited suicide a couple of years ago after finding it in his garden.
(And if we come out we'll be in such an economic mess ) are you related to David Cameron?
Original Poster
gazdoubleu

Lower price yes but worse value as less diluted viable product in your … Lower price yes but worse value as less diluted viable product in your Gallup 360. You nailed the guy that quoted Gallup 490 from eBay. He was too lazy to work out the comparative percent increase in viable product compared to increase in price. I guess I am lazy too 5 second search on Amazon to find a cheaper carcinogenic product for you to post!


Have you considered therapy?
jtjt

I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is … I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url][url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it safely without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?As an aside, what am I doing wrong when posting links as they're not appearing as working links? Thanks



​That's been debunked
Newbold

Have you considered therapy?




Yeah, didn't work, too much glycophosphate got into my synapses. I use agri roundup now as its got surfactant in it which means I need much less to be effective and I don't breath as much in
thanks.
gf's bush is doing ma head in
I got this for £26.75 through Flubit delivered yesterday and it was fulfilled by Soil Fertility Solutions.
cold bought same from them earlier in the week for £25.40
Original Poster
lianerowland

cold bought same from them earlier in the week for £25.40


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Remarkable!
why would I lie?
jtjt

I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is … I hope everyone is aware of what a potentially dangerous chemical this is to the environment and people. Glyphosate weedkiller (also sold as Roundup by Monsanto) is a particularly insidious chemical to human and animal health with evidence linking it to cancers and other diseases and is teetering on the brink of being banned in Europe because of this. Its use skyrocketed and was promoted when Monsanto, who bred various food crops genetically modified so as to be resistant to this weedkiller. They then grew the GM crop and killed all other competing plants by indiscrimate use of the glyphosate. And 'we' also wonder why GM crops may be unhealthy to us and the environment?:[url=Health problems linked to Roundup]http://ecowatch.com/2015/01/23/health-problems-linked-to-monsanto-roundup/[/url][url=toxicity of glyphosate]http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/30/glyphosate-toxicity.aspx[/url]Hotukdeal forum members are quite likely already to have glyphosate in their bodies based on a study in 2013 that tested people in 18 european countries, even if we've never used it ourselves becauses it has entered the food chain:[url=glyphosate found in urine of tested people in 18 European countries]https://www.foeeurope.org/weed-killer-glyphosate-found-human-urine-across-Europe-130613[/url]Volunteers were all city-dwellers and included vegetarian and non-vegetarian diets.For the UK, 70% of tested samples showed positive for this claimed 'biodegradeable' weedkiller. Most of those people will never even have used it in their gardens.It is on the verge of being recalled as the EU refuses to extend its licence:[url=Recall of Monsanto's Roundup likely as EU refuses limited use of glyphosate]http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/jun/06/recall-of-monsantos-roundup-likely-as-eu-refuses-limited-use-of-glyphosate[/url]I hope that this will help to inform people who aren't aware. I bought some Roundup years ago without knowing and it's been sitting - used only once - while I figure what is the best way to dispose of it which is environmentally sound. Anyone able to suggest how to get rid of it safely without it having any chance of entering the ecosystem?As an aside, what am I doing wrong when posting links as they're not appearing as working links? Thanks



Hi there.
The reason your links don't work is because you've got your URL(http:....) and short text the wrong way round.
Put the URL after url= and the short text where you currently have the URL
E.g. (replaced url with xurl to illustrate only. Should be url in your text)
[xurl=http:\\testing.com]this is a lovely site[/xurl]
Newbold

Really. Not immediate, but it will work.


HAAAA!! Keep dreaming
Voting cold as this product is not meant for amateur use. This is for qualified users only and illegal for them to sell without you proving BASIS qualified or PA1/6 certified.
Misuse leads to active ingredients being abused and banned by amateur users.
gazdoubleu

You just copied this from my post in the earlier Gallup 360 deal, shame … You just copied this from my post in the earlier Gallup 360 deal, shame on you



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