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Promoted 04-10-2016 by Randy71 at 12:38 PM View Original Post
HomeDepot.com has 1-Gallon of Roundup Ready-to-Use Weed and Grass Killer on sale for $5. Store pickup is free. Thanks brisar

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Absolutely, so much cheaper, and nontoxic.

For weed control in small localized areas, I just boil some water and pour it on the weeds. So easy, requires no storage or trip to the store, and doesn't damage the genes of my pets or family.

How is paying $$ to poison yourself and your home a good idea? Confused

Good to see that >40% of people voting on this thread agree. hug
In the time it took to post your doubt, you could simply googled "roundup toxicity" and read the first, second, and beyond stories that come up. Highly credible sources, such as Scientific American, clearly report on the unambiguous evidence that RoundUp is cancinogenic:

First to pop up:
http://www.scientificamerican.com...rbicide-p/ "Weed-Whacking Herbicide Proves Deadly to Human Cells
Used in gardens, farms, and parks around the world, the weed killer Roundup contains an ingredient that can suffocate human cells in a laboratory, researchers say"

2nd to pop up:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15862083
Funny thing about this is it doesn't always work. I heard about it and thought "why not give it a shot" boiled some water to a rolling boil, dumped it on a dandelion, woke up the next day to the biggest dandelion plant I've ever seen! Seriously the thing was HUGE. I should have taken a picture or something.
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Good stuff but prefer to not eat round up crops. I suppose my hair won't have weeds.
http://www.washingtonsblog.com/20...rvest.html

http://articles.mercola.com/sites...icide.aspx
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Last edited by ETP April 10, 2016 at 03:57 AM
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Good price but this Round up is not that good. You will be using a ton of it compared to the Extended Control and 365. With the regular Round Up; they will come back every couple weeks. So what are you really saving??? You are using twice as much. The buy one/get the free refill is the better deal on the Extended control and 365.
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You will be using a ton of it compared to the Extended Control and 365.
This is very true. I got some cheaper stuff and every week I had to use it on new growth. The extended stuff is better if you are looking at doing less work. IMO
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yeah roundup is bad stuff. better for the environment to use vinegar and baking soda
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
yeah roundup is bad stuff. better for the environment to use vinegar and baking soda

Absolutely, so much cheaper, and nontoxic.

For weed control in small localized areas, I just boil some water and pour it on the weeds. So easy, requires no storage or trip to the store, and doesn't damage the genes of my pets or family.

How is paying $$ to poison yourself and your home a good idea? Confused

Good to see that >40% of people voting on this thread agree. hug
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Quote from brihvac View Post :
Good price but this Round up is not that good. You will be using a ton of it compared to the Extended Control and 365. With the regular Round Up; they will come back every couple weeks. So what are you really saving??? You are using twice as much. The buy one/get the free refill is the better deal on the Extended control and 365.

I can't find this deal on the extended and 365....do you happen to have a link?
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Quote from wowthatisadeal View Post :
Absolutely, so much cheaper, and nontoxic.

For weed control in small localized areas, I just boil some water and pour it on the weeds. So easy, requires no storage or trip to the store, and doesn't damage the genes of my pets or family.

How is paying $$ to poison yourself and your home a good idea? Confused

Good to see that >40% of people voting on this thread agree. hug

Funny thing about this is it doesn't always work. I heard about it and thought "why not give it a shot" boiled some water to a rolling boil, dumped it on a dandelion, woke up the next day to the biggest dandelion plant I've ever seen! Seriously the thing was HUGE. I should have taken a picture or something.
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Quote from wowthatisadeal View Post :
Absolutely, so much cheaper, and nontoxic.

For weed control in small localized areas, I just boil some water and pour it on the weeds. So easy, requires no storage or trip to the store, and doesn't damage the genes of my pets or family.

How is paying $$ to poison yourself and your home a good idea? Confused

Good to see that >40% of people voting on this thread agree. hug
is the 5% vinegar from the store good enough for weed killing? or do I need stronger? baking soda useful ?
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
yeah roundup is bad stuff. better for the environment to use vinegar and baking soda
ReallyConfused thats a waste of time
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Quote from mrdizle View Post :
yeah roundup is bad stuff. better for the environment to use vinegar and baking soda
Source link? The ignorance is strong in this one.

You can actually eat roundup (glyphosate). Not that you want to, but you can. Not the extended or with other weed killers, those do have poisons in them.

Eating a tablespoon of salt will also kill you. OMG! And the stuff is on every table!
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Limit two for store pick up. For those who are saying this does not work...I have had good success with this formula. I do try to buy the Extended Control, but I add a tiny bit of that to this formula, which works well on grasses that creep into flower beds.
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Source link? The ignorance is strong in this one.

You can actually eat roundup (glyphosate). Not that you want to, but you can. Not the extended or with other weed killers, those do have poisons in them.

Eating a tablespoon of salt will also kill you. OMG! And the stuff is on every table!
Quote from mrdizle View Post :
yeah roundup is bad stuff. better for the environment to use vinegar and baking soda

In the time it took to post your doubt, you could simply googled "roundup toxicity" and read the first, second, and beyond stories that come up. Highly credible sources, such as Scientific American, clearly report on the unambiguous evidence that RoundUp is cancinogenic:

First to pop up:
http://www.scientificamerican.com...rbicide-p/ "Weed-Whacking Herbicide Proves Deadly to Human Cells
Used in gardens, farms, and parks around the world, the weed killer Roundup contains an ingredient that can suffocate human cells in a laboratory, researchers say
"

2nd to pop up:
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15862083
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Quote from Diba View Post :
Funny thing about this is it doesn't always work. I heard about it and thought "why not give it a shot" boiled some water to a rolling boil, dumped it on a dandelion, woke up the next day to the biggest dandelion plant I've ever seen! Seriously the thing was HUGE. I should have taken a picture or something.

Sorry it didn't work for you. Used boiling water for 10+ years, and it has killed every weed (dandelions, crabgrass, etc.) with only 1 application.

If you have supernaturally superpowered dandelions that can withstand burning with hot water, but can't handle RoundUp, that scares me away from the extreme poison of RoundUp even more. EEK!
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