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Doff Advanced Weed Killer - reduced to 49p at Aldi Leeds
Posted 10th MayPosted 10th MayLocalLocal
Not sure if this is nationwide as i spotted it in the Bramley branch of Aldi in Leeds. Was £3.99
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This is literally identical ingredients to roundup. Diluted glyphosate. Ignore all comments regarding lack of strength and whatnot.


It's contains glyphosate so will be more effective than some.


Don’t bother waste of money, not strong at all.




Only if they have leaves and roots!

Spear and Jackson 4854WP Mechanical Weed Puller - £33.78 @ Amazon
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
777 Amazon reviews and achieves 4.5 stars Avoid the need for using harmful chemicals and pesticides Reduces the strain out of pulling troublesome weeds Step plate for extra force that folds…

I mask up and wear one of those disposable CSI suits when doing, don't take any chances. Once it dries it is safe.


I like the idea of nuking it, but not sure I want to risk using glysophate. Seems to be mixed views on how dangerous it is.


No. I just use a Glyphosate solution now as I know two weeks after spraying it will be gone until the next year or so. It's a horrid, resilient weed and spreads like wildfire. :(


It looks evil though. Have you tried the vinegar approach on Horse tail? Spent a half hour pulling this nightmare of a weed this afternoon.


I don't see why not, but then again I am clueless when it comes to gardening! Check this link out, hopefully you'll find your answers there: https://nativeplantherald.prairienursery.com/2019/01/how-to-make-a-homemade-weed-killer/ Good luck

Fiskars Solid Weed Puller £24.69 (Free Collection / £4.95 Delivery) @ Rober Dyas
Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Very handy with pulling weeds out of grass, I have had mine for a very long time and its worth every penny. The Fiskars Solid Weed Puller has been designed to remove any root weeds effortl…
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Best advice is to wet the area about half an hour before planning on pulling the weeds. (Softer soil makes pulling out weeds much easier). Have had both the normal one (as in the picture) and gave it to a family member, and currently using the “Xact” model..(which there is no real difference apart from the top of the handle tbh…) Lets just say.. I prefer the normal straight shaft handle..as the curved grip tends to end up hurting your index finger after a while.. (the handle is slightly too fat and not designed with ergonomics in mind.)


I can make a youtube video based on info in this post lol


Are you the Queen? I’d have though the gardeners would do it for you Maam’? I bet your lawn has chiselled good looks now?!….. (y) 🍺


I have one similar to this but went back to using a chisel. Just push it in deep next to the weed, wiggle the chisel around a bit and the weed just pulls out easy. There is a knack to it, but there is with most things like this.


Has the design improved in recent years? I bought one about 15 years ago but I didn't find it it very effective

Resolva 24H Ready To Use Weed Killer, 1 Litre £2.50 @ Amazon
Posted 25th AprPosted 25th Apr
Half price, despatched in 1-4 weeks but a very good price. Info added by @Sashecuador Contains sensitizing substances. May produce an allergic reaction. Always read the label and produ…

I don't see much of a difference, you will see the full effects after about a week.


No sign of any minimum order via link. Shows one off purchase at £2.50


It went out of stock and the deal was expired but I noticed yesterday it was available to order at £2.5) again so I unexpired it. Minimum order is now 2 units though, you could order 1 previously.


Shows available still for me.


Or if you have a Homebase near by try there as it's on clearance @ £2 https://www.homebase.co.uk/resolva-24h-weedkiller-ready-to-use-1l/12825129.html

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Heavy Duty woven polypropylene weed control fabric 20m x 1m - £5.99 instore @ Home Bargains Blackpool and Poulton le Fylde
Posted 18th AprPosted 18th AprLocalLocal
Jardin branded heavy duty weed fabric currently instore nationally at Home Bargains. Seems favourably priced compared to Amazon, Screwfix and Wickes.
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Plenty available in Newtownards and Bangor Co. Down


Cheers for the update lets see if the mods have the audacity to change the deal status to 'local' for the fifth time this week.


Formby branch on dual carriageway had some.


Bear in mind that you're never going to stop weeds whatever you use e.g. using loose stone over a textile will eventually allow seed to germinate in between the stone, but it should be easy to pull out as its roots will be shallow.



Patio Magic! Concentrate for Patios, Paths and Driveways (Kills Algae and Lichens) 5 Litres £10 (£9.50 with Subscribe & Save) @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MarPosted 30th Mar
Very good price for 5 Liters - £10 £9.50 for those with full S&S Info added by @wadz Use on outdoor hard surface No need for scrubbing and pressure washing Visible results in 2…

Yes it kills anything visible to the roots and weeds don't return for a good while. It goes a long way as you're only spraying the gaps between the slabs. Pathclear is for hard areas so if you're going anywhere near lawn drench the edge thoroughly first so the grass isn't feeding.


Thanks. Do you find that path clear keeps the weeds at bay? I've got weeds sprouting between slabs already.


I'm not sure but personally I use Patio Magic early in the spring to clean, then Pathclear later in the season (typically once) if any weeds develop.


Two issues I have with my block paving and slabbed areas. 1. They get dirty, mossy etc. 2. Weeds grow between the gaps. Is there one product that deals with all of the above or do I need different products? A lot of people talk about Sodium Hypochlorite. I wasn't too keen on using harsh chemicals but if it's going to solve both issues then I'll give it some consideration. Presumably it needs to be stored safely in a shed away from other chemicals? I read that pressure washing isn't the best idea as it blasts out all the sand between the pacers.


I already tried that and for me the large containers of Sodium hy are so much better. I make things as easy as possible these days. In fact my next move will be getting someone in to to the full job!!!!