Weed killer from Roots Out contains glyphosate for effective control of annual and deep-rooted perennial garden weeds, including grasses, docks, nettles, willow herb, dandelion, bindweed and many more. Roots Out is inactivated immediately on contact with the soil and is broken down by the soil bacteria to leave no soil residues.
When to Use
- Apply weed killer 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 effect of treatment after a few days or up to 4 weeks later depending on the weather and type of weed.
- Leave weeds for at least 7 days before cultivating.
- Root Out 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.
- Spray nettles and ground elder when new leaves have unfolded fully late in spring.
Where to use
For use on unwanted vegetation
- DO NOT use on lawns
- DO NOT SPRAY HEDGE BOTTOMS
How to use
Roots Out is formulated as a Ready-To-Use spray.
- Always read the label fully before use
- Shake the container before use
- Rotate nozzle to “Spray” or “Stream”
- Spray weed leaves lightly until fully wetted but avoid run-off
- Rotate nozzle to “Off” position after use
As with all chemical products, read all the information that is on the label.