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Need this for an orchard grass infestation unless anyone has any other recommendations thanks OP.
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Big no Roundup:

"Roundup...kills earthworms and beneficial insects, has been linked tonon-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and is taken up internally by any plants it doesn't kill-so if you foolishly use it to control weeds in your veggie garden, you'll be eating Round-Up for the next two years."
https://www.gardensalive.com/prod...-chemicals

Checkout this site for gardening tips and products that won't harm you or the environment.
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Big no Roundup:

"Roundup...kills earthworms and beneficial insects, has been linked tonon-Hodgkin's lymphoma, and is taken up internally by any plants it doesn't kill-so if you foolishly use it to control weeds in your veggie garden, you'll be eating Round-Up for the next two years."
https://www.gardensalive.com/prod...-chemicals

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Are you saying that gardensalive website is a source of scientific data?
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Are you saying that gardensalive website is a source of scientific data?
I would still be wary of even said " scientific data" as some of those studies and/or research are sponsonsred by conflict of interest parties who necessitate a particular outcome.
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Are you saying that gardensalive website is a source of scientific data?
If you are really interested...
Google Glyphosate.
https://iowapirg.org/reports/mop/...r-and-wine
It was found in every sample of beer tested in Germany.
Glyphosate is the active ingredient found in Roundup.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/glyp...20-brands/

The shit contaminates everything and is found everywhere.EEK!

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I bit despite all the fear mongering. It's already in everything we eat so what's the problem. Just don't drink it like your dear leader dingus would tell you to do to get rid of The Rona.
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It's in everything because it's an extremely effective herbicide. That said, do use it sparingly because there's evidence that rampant use of herbicides and pesticides are one of the root causes of bee colony decline. Without bees, we die. We've been allowing the weeds to grow, particularly clover, to help out the pollinators. I am very intent on killing the damn wild violets though -- those things are annoying.

What I hate about these is that damn trigger. If you have a large application, go ahead and invest in a pump sprayer -- $10 or so at HD (more for better models). Just dump the contents in the sprayer and save yourself some muscle fatigue.
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Need this for an orchard grass infestation unless anyone has any other recommendations thanks OP.
There's no selective herbicide for orchard grass, so I did the same thing. I am too old to dig the orchard grass out.
I put a few drops of dish soap in the bottle of roundup and shook it. This is optional, since the roundup already has surfactant. I then pour some out into a disposable cup and "painted" the roundup on the orchard grass with a disposable sponge brush. This helped me avoid any collateral damage to my lawn.
Wear gloves, pants, shoes of course.
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There's no selective herbicide for orchard grass, so I did the same thing. I am too old to dig the orchard grass out.
I put a few drops of dish soap in the bottle of roundup and shook it. This is optional, since the roundup already has surfactant. I then pour some out into a disposable cup and "painted" the roundup on the orchard grass with a disposable sponge brush. This helped me avoid any collateral damage to my lawn.
Wear gloves, pants, shoes of course.

Excellent advice thank you, not sure I could withstand painting my patch of orchard grass in that manner without destroying my back but everything else around it is kind of dead in the patch, so not too worried about collateral. Will prob be a little more liberal in my application and see how it goes. Thanks!
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Excellent advice thank you, not sure I could withstand painting my patch of orchard grass in that manner without destroying my back but everything else around it is kind of dead in the patch, so not too worried about collateral. Will prob be a little more liberal in my application and see how it goes. Thanks!
You can tape/tie the brush to a dowel or something - no bending necessary. hug
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Love this stuff
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If you are really interested...
Google Glyphosate.
https://iowapirg.org/reports/mop/...r-and-wine
It was found in every sample of beer tested in Germany.
Glyphosate is the active ingredient found in Roundup.

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/glyp...20-brands/

The shit contaminates everything and is found everywhere.EEK!

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When you soak the crops in it, that will happen. Thanks big agriculture lobbyists.
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DEAD??? Showing $10.22 for me now. (10am pdt).
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