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Glyphosate

What is Glyphosate?

Glyphosate, N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine, is one of the most widely used herbicides. Glyphosate is the active ingredient in products such as Roundup, Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide, and Eraser. Glyphosate is a broad-spectrum herbicide that targets broadleaf weeds, grasses, and woody plants. It is only absorbed through green plant tissue such as leaves and stems.  Because it is not absorbed by roots it can be safely used around desirable plants. After using glyphosate you can replant in the treated area in 1 to 10 days. Usages include, but are not limited to, residential lawns and gardens, farms, roadsides, industrial areas, pastures, public parks, and aquatic systems.

Note: Glyphosate has low volatility. That means it does not produce damaging airborne vapors, making it safer for non-target vegetation.

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  1. AquaNeat Aquatic Herbicide

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    Aqua Neat Aquatic Herbicide

    With Glyphosate - 53.8% (5.4 lbs of glyphosate), Aqua Neat herbicide is specially made for emerged weeds and brush in aquatic site and non-crop locations. It may be used in such locations as rivers, lakes, irrigation ditches, estuaries, waste water treatment facilities, reservoirs and other locations. It may be used in non-flowing, flowing or transient bodies of water. It is known for its superb control of johnsongrass, cattail and willow.

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  2. Agrisel GlyPhoSel Pro 41%

    Starting at: $25.50

    Agrisel Gly Pho-Sel Pro is a systemic weed killer with 41% Glyphosate and 15% surfactant. It is a fast acting glyphosate weed killer that may be used by professional landscapers and homeowners alike.GyPho-Sel is a non-selective, post-emergent herbicide killing a wide variety of annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. See the product label for the complete list.

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  3. Pronto Vegetation Killer

    Starting at: $34.50

    Use Pronto Vegetation Killer is a non selective herbicide that is used for a complete elimination of unwanted vegetation. This concentrated product mixes with water, with one gallon treating up to 7,100 square feet.

    Pronto Vegetation Killer may be used in places where you don't want weeds to grow, such as fence rows, paths, patios, curbs, sidewalks, driveways, gravel paths, and more locations.

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  4. Roundup Pro Concentrate - 2.5 gallon

    Roundup Pro 50.2% Concentrate 2.5 gallon

    With this higher concentrated Roundup, you use less per gallon of water. Roundup Pro Concentrate combines the higher concentrate of glyphosate, witth Proformance technology for optimum weed and brush control that is rainfast in one hour.

    Roundup Pro is nontoxic to fish, birds and mammals when used according to directions. Because of its strong bond to the soil, there is less likelyhood of it moving to groundwater. It has no residual soil activity, it is not taken up by the plant roots. Learn More

  5. Bonide Ground Force Vegetation Killer

    Starting at: $14.95

    Bonide Ground Force Vegetation Killer - Concentration

    Bonide's Ground Force Vegetation Killer with a combination of its active ingredients kills unwanted plants and roots with sterilizing soil for up to a year. This vegetation killer is perfect to use where ever you do not want weeds in places like curbs, side walks, patios, fence lines, tennis courts, play areas, driveways, and paths. Bonide's Ground Force has a higher concentration than competitive brands, so it yields more. One quart will cover 75 square feet.

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  6. Eraser Weed & Grass Killer - 41% Glyphosate

    Starting at: $17.50

    Eraser weed killer is a non-selective, broad-spectrum herbicide for annual and perennial weeds, woody brush, and trees. Eraser works as a post-emergent herbicide with no residual soil activity. As a non-selective herbicide, Eraser will kill grass, plants and weeds that are directly sprayed. It is relatively non-toxic to dogs and other domestic animals.

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  7. quikpro roundup box

    Roundup QuikPro Non-Selective Herbicide Box of Five 1.5-Ounce Packets. It is very effective against most green vegetation, including hard-to-control plants, such as brush, poison oak and thistle. It is also the herbicide of choice for use around homes and gardens.

    The Roundup QuikPro Herbicides kills very quickly because of the dual active ingredients : Glyphosate and Diquat.

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  8. Roundup Quikpro Herbicide

    Roundup Quikpro with the popular ingredient glyphosate is a post emergent herbicide that is non-selective, killing broadleafs, grass weeds, and trees.

    Glyphosate provides a quick kill as a systemic and total vegetation kill (non-selective). Another popular quality of glyphosate in Roundup is that it doesn't reside in the soil for a long time as some herbicides. Roundup Quikpro has the additional ingredient called Diquat (2.9%) gives you added speed in killing the weed.

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  9. rodeo herbicide

    Rodeo Aquatic Herbicide kills pond weeds with 53.8% glyphosphate. Rodeo Herbicide is excellent as a non-selective herbicide used in aquatic areas. These aquatic areas include streams, drainage ditches, lakes, rivers, ponds, canals, and reservoirs. Rodeo Herbicide is also an effective brush killer, although it generally takes 7-10 days to kill perennial brushy plants. On most annual weeds, you will start to see results within 2-4 days.

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How does Glyphosate work?

Glyphosate works by halting a specific enzyme pathway that only exists in plants and some microorganisms. This in turn prevents plants from producing certain proteins that are needed for growth. Glyphosate is absorbed through foliage and then moves to growing points within the plant. Glyphosate is only active on growing plants and is not effective as a pre-emergence herbicide. It also does not prevent seeds from germinating. Some weeds, such as yellow nutsedge, wild buckwheat, and Asiatic dayflower have become tolerant to Glyphosate and a different herbicide may need to be used in conjunction for maximum effectiveness.

How safe is Glyphosate?

Glyphosate was registered by the EPA in 1974. It has been classified by the organization as toxicity class III on a scale of I-IV, with IV being the least dangerous. Also, it has not been found to be a carcinogen. Glyphosate has low toxicity for fish and other wildlife and biodegrades in soil with a low likelihood of reaching groundwater. Always apply as directed, wearing gloves as it can irritate the skin and eyes. Do not enter sprayed areas for 4 hours.