Q1: When can I use Weedol Ultra Tough Concentrate?
A1: It can be used between April and November on a dry calm day when the weeds are actively growing and have sufficient leaf surface to absorb enough weedkiller to kill the weeds.
Q2: What happens if it rains 2hrs after application?
A2: Most of the Weedol Ultra Tough will be washed off leading to poor weed control.
Q3: Will it control brambles?
A3: Yes, use 1 tube Weedol Ultra Tough in 1 litre of water in a sprayer or 5 litres of water in a watering can and apply to 14 square metres when the leaves have fully expanded. Brambles may need a second application after 28 days.
Q4: How long does it take for the weeds to die?
A4: Some reaction may be seen in a day or so and weed death happens in 14-28 days in good growing conditions. In cool weather weed control will take longer.
Q5: Will it kill grass?
A5: Yes, it is a non selective systemic weedkiller that enters weeds through green plant material (leaves) into the sap and moved around the weed before killing it.
Q6: When can children or pets go back onto the treated area?
A6: We advise to keep children and pets off the area until the weedkiller has thoroughly dried onto the weeds. Store all pesticides in a secure place.
Q7: Why is there a difference in the water volumes when using the Tubes with a sprayer or watering can?
A7: A watering can uses approximately 5 times more water than a sprayer hence the difference in water volume. If treating annual weeds with a sprayer add 1 tube to 1 litre of water and apply to 30square metres, with a watering can add 1 tube to 5 litres of water and apply to 30 square metres.