Can I use round up on weeds that come up through my turf
Answered Dec 28, 2018 5:11 PM
Technically you can. However, the roundup won't be as effective if it can't get through the turf backing to kill the roots. You can pull out the weeds and spray the roundup at the hole where the weeds come through: hose it off if the roundup gets on the turf.
Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions, thank you.
I believe Roundup applied to the leaves of the plant is taken down through the stems into the roots, and does not work as well if the leaves are removed and applied to the base of the plant.
I was told by others that the turf is made some kind of plastic, regular cleaners won't hurt it as long as not abrasive.
I have been using round up on my turf all the time, no problem at all.
Most people I know all ok with roundup on turf.
Yes, Roundup is ok.
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