Ultra concentrated glyphosate. For big jobs such as lawn renovation, vegetable and flower bed preparation. Kills even tough weeds such as horsetail. 1ltr (treats 3000m ) MAFF Number 08172
Roundup Ultra MAPP15390 (contains Glyphosate)
Roundup Ultra is absorbed by leaves and moves throughout the entire plant, above and below ground, to destroy annual and perennial weeds including grasses. It is activated on contact with the soil and is then broken down by soil micro organisms to allow replanting. Roundup Ultra kills most garden weeds with a single application. For use on unwanted vegetation and areas not intended to bear vegetation. Do not use on lawns and other wanted plants. Keep children and pets out of treated areas until dry.
Where to use: Roundup Ultra controls annual weeds and most perennial weeds around the garden and on areas not intended to bear vegetation, e.g. gravel areas, paths, drives, hard surfaces, patios, tarmac, along fences and for edging lawns. It can be used to clean up weedy ground before planting vegetables, flowers, bushes and trees and to renovate overgrown areas.
How to use: Although not a requirement, as good practice, we recommend wearing waterproof gloves and gardening footwear. Apply by sprayer or watering can (fitted with a very fine rose or dribble bar) to lightly we the leaves. Do not apply through, or store in, galvanised or unlined mild steel sprayers or watering cans.
Replanting and Sowing - Light cover of annual weeds: replanting/sowing can commence the day after treatment. Dense cover including perennial weeds: leave at least 7 days for the weedkiller to move to underground roots and shoots before digging or cultivating soil.
After application, rinse the sprayer / watering can 3 times, pouring the rinse water over bare ground. Triple rinse the empty bottle and pour rinse water over bare ground.
Roundup Ultra to be added to: Sprayer – 1 litre of water / Watering can – 5 litres of water.
Annual weeds (chickweed, speedwell, annual meadow-grass): 10 ml – area treated 30m2 – best time of year to treat April – November.
Grasses (including couch): 15ml – area treated 30m2 – best time of year to treat April – November.
Perennial broadleaved weeds (bindweed, dandelions, docks, ground elder, thistles some tough weeds e. g. horsetail, ground elder, Japanese knotweed may need a repeat treatment if re-growth appears. Weeds show effects within 2-4 weeks. Dead or dying weeds can be dug in or composted without harming future crops): 15 ml, area treated 30m2 – best time of year to treat dandelions, docks: April – October. Bindweed, ground elder, thistles: around the time of flowering.
Brush weeds – brambles, nettles, horsetail, bracken, Japanese knotweed: 20 ml, area treated 30m2 – best time of year to treat brambles, nettles, scrub: June – September. Horsetail, bracken: July – August. Fully grown nettles: cut back in early summer and treat re-growth in September. Japanese knotweed: for best results apply at flowering (August/September). May also apply from late May – September when stems are 1 – 1.5m high. Repeat once re-growth reaches 1 – 1.5m.
Areas not intended to bear vegetation: 15ml, area to be treated 30m2, best time of year to treat April – November.
Do not walk into treated areas until the product has dried on leaves to avoid transfer to lawns and other desired vegetation.