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Weedol Rootkill + Ready-to-use Weed killer 5L Now £8 Free C&C (from £10 from £20) @ B&Q
Weedol Rootkill + Ready-to-use Weed killer 5L Now £8 Free C&C (from £10 from £20) @ B&Q

Weedol Rootkill + Ready-to-use Weed killer 5L Now £8 Free C&C (from £10 from £20) @ B&Q

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5 Litre RTG cans of stuff that kills weeds

The included spray gizmo is crap IMO;

I use my own.

On clearance so when it's gone ...

Just picked up 2 Sunday 15:30 NE London

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Good price. Amazon have matched it as well.

I never use ready mixed Weedkillers as you seem to be paying a whole lot more for ready mixed compared to concentrate. This product m.ebay.co.uk/itm…3A1 when diluted 20:1 which is way stronger than the manufacturers strongest stated application will provide you with 100 litres of the stuff i.e. at least 20 times as much product for about 6 times the price. Might not be everyone's cup of tea but this product does not have a finite shelf life as long as its stored according to the manufacturers recommendations.

markiedon

Good price. Amazon have matched it as well.



You have a link for that, can't see it on Amazon for that price?

americanv8

You have a link for that, can't see it on Amazon for that price?



Weedol Rootkill Plus Weedkiller Power Sprayer Spray (Ready to Use), 5 L amazon.co.uk/dp/…8VG

americanv8

You have a link for that, can't see it on Amazon for that price?


amazon.co.uk/Wee…+5L

willyzippy89

Weedol Rootkill Plus Weedkiller Power Sprayer Spray (Ready to Use), 5 L … Weedol Rootkill Plus Weedkiller Power Sprayer Spray (Ready to Use), 5 L https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00VAK58PQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_JCSrzb3VX08VG



Thanks

I need some weed killer, but nowhere near the area coverage of this, so looking at the 1l versions, not sure what brands are best though, I need it to kill a variety of growth, weeds, flowers, a single tree stump as well, not planning to replant at all so don't care about how long it has to be left before planting anything else. Weedol has better reviews on B&Q and Amazon than Resolva, anyone have any other recommendations?

Would personally recommend Rosate 36 for a weedkiller, comes in a 5 litre bottle but is concentrated. Lasts a long time and works brilliantly

Anyone who thinks of buying it, please don't. This is straight up poison to the soil you put it on. Please do a little research on what it does and how it works and how the parent company works.
It might be a convenient way to kill unwanted plants in the short sight but it effects the soil and it's ecosystem for decades.

voodoo85

Would personally recommend Rosate 36 for a weedkiller, comes in a 5 litre … Would personally recommend Rosate 36 for a weedkiller, comes in a 5 litre bottle but is concentrated. Lasts a long time and works brilliantly


Around £26 delivered on the bay

Did not kill.my weeds or grass and the sprayer is useless one 2or 3 streams are the only choices not a spray action at all very disappointed with the whole package
Edited by: "kenneth1nash" 19th Jun

Got the last one in my local. Shelf label not updated but scans at £8

safe alternatives?

I have to say I've found most weedkillers to be pretty ineffective, they occasionally kill the weeds but new one's grow in their place almost immediately afterwards.

Good find by the op if you normally buy this though.

n_huvos

Anyone who thinks of buying it, please don't. This is straight up poison … Anyone who thinks of buying it, please don't. This is straight up poison to the soil you put it on. Please do a little research on what it does and how it works and how the parent company works.It might be a convenient way to kill unwanted plants in the short sight but it effects the soil and it's ecosystem for decades.



Sounds about right for what most people want it for, no? I don't want weeds to grow in the 12" between my shed and fence. Decades is exactly what I'm looking for

I made my own weedkiller for the first time last week using value table salt (25p for 1kg at Morrisons), value malt vinegar (21p for 568ml at Morrisons) and a little dishwashing liquid. Didn't measure it up but poured about 100g of salt with all the vinegar and a few drops washing up liquid into a spray bottle. Gave the weeds growing out of the cracks in my driveway a good spray towards the root, checked a couple of days later and they pulled out easily with dead roots.

Apparently white vinegar works better, but that was more expensive and I was just trying it out to see if it works.

Will be making more up to use, would recommend it as being cheaper and safer (assuming you don't want anything to grow where you spray it).

Edited by: "Banjo_McBanj" 19th Jun

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n_huvos

Anyone who thinks of buying it, please don't. This is straight up poison … Anyone who thinks of buying it, please don't. This is straight up poison to the soil you put it on. Please do a little research on what it does and how it works and how the parent company works.It might be a convenient way to kill unwanted plants in the short sight but it effects the soil and it's ecosystem for decades.


...short term ... affects...

Publix

...short term ... affects...



​My apologies, I'm not a native English speaker. Now that you've educated me and I have learned something, hope you did your part educating yourself just how toxic these things are...
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