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        How is it that you used a herbicide to get deep rooted weeds and then immediately planted new plants?
         
        Posts: 1 | Location: Ann Arbor | Registered: Sep 01, 2013Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        I presume to kill the weeds so the plants have clean ground without competition.

        I also presume the new plants were not susceptible to the herbicide used per label instructions.


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        Posts: 5739 | Location: North Burbs, MN | Registered: Mar 14, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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        The problem with these "crasher" type shows is they are trying to get everything done in a day or two so corners are cut. Watch these shows for the overall idea not the techniques.

        Round-Up sprayed on the leaves of existing plants won't affect the new plants as long as the Round-Up is dry before the new plants are set. If you have a weed that is growing up through a bush that you can't pull you can give it a "Round-Up Handshake" to kill it without killing the other plant. You take a rag or a glove and wet it with Round Up and wipe it on the plant you want to kill while avoiding the plant you don't want to kill. In a day or two the weed will be dead.


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