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What is the strength of Yates GLYPHOSATE in the weed killer I have heard that is the most important in

I am a person on my own and need to use a 5 litre spray tank as the nap sack is to heavy on my back .I have sprayed with a weed killer without much success as the spray is minimal .I have been told the most important component in weed spray is the GLYPHOSATE what is the strength in Yates zero weed killer is it better then roundup?

Submitted: 06:59PM, 04 Nov 2017
Answer: Hi Joanne,

Thank you for contacting Yates.

When applying a herbicide it is important to consider what plants you are trying to target.

Our Yates Zero Super Concentrate contains 490 grams per litre of glyphosate. This is our strongest concentrate in our range. We are unsure of the quantities of the glyphosate per grams/litre of the round up and recommend looking at the particular product for more details.

What we do know is that this product works on a number of weeds in your garden, including but not limited to, unwanted trees and bamboo. For best results we do recommend that it is applied as directed on the label, in dry weather and when the weeds are actively growing.

If you do have any further queries, please don’t hesitate to contact the Yates team again.

Kind regards

Stephanie
Yates Horticulturalist

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Answered: 01:52PM, 05 Nov 2017

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