Roundup Biactiveis a herbicide used for the control of a large variety of weeds including the Japanese knotweed. Roundup Biactivecan be used in both knapsack and boom sprayers making it extremely cost efficient. Roundup Biactive is not safe on clover.
Active Ingredients: Glyphosate
Dilution Rate: Dilution rates vary depending by situation. These rates start from 30ml per litre of water through to 60ml per litre. Please refer to the manufacturers label for a full list of dilution rates.
Coverage Per Bottle: 6 litres will treat one hectare.
Application method: Knapsack and boom sprayer.
Clover safe: No
Rainfast: 6 Hours.
Grazing:Livestock can return to grazing after 5 days.
Ploughing: Translocation of the product takes 7-10 days to kill the root, destruction of broadleaved weeds may take longer. Use destruction as a visual reference when planning to reseed or refer to manufacturers label.
Apply to actively growing weeds between April and November. Some weeds such as nettles have different timeframes, please refer to the manufacturers label for more information.
Do not apply manure, fertiliser or pesticides to treated areas until at least 5 days after application.
It may take up to 14 days to see destruction of treated weeds, do not apply more product before 14 days.
Weeds should be thoroughly wetted with the spray solution but not until there is a run-off.
Yellow Iris (Flag Fellastrum)
S = Susceptible | MS = Moderately Susceptible | MR = Moderately Resistant | R = Resistant
Features of Roundup Biactive
Always read the label and all enclosed information for Roundup Biactive Before use!