My first weeding session using Hortico’s Weed Killer 360 proved a failure as the weeds continued to thrive; despite following the recommended mix with water. Because there is such a great monetary difference between Hortico’s product and Roundup’s, I was determined to give Hortico’s $42 cheaper weed killer another chance, but this time I altered the dosage. I used a brush and applied Hortico’s Weed Killer 360 without diluting it and every weed I poisoned died within a few days.
If you plan on using this technique, make sure it’s not going to rain anytime soon and definitely don’t spray it as you may end up killing your plants.
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Questions & Answers
How does this compare to roundup and how long until you see results as it doesn't seem to be killing the weeds I sprayed its been 4 days I also used weed & feed on lawn and that seems to of started working already after 4 days when it says may not see results until upto 3 week ?
It has the SAME active ingredient as round up. There is no comparison except that round up is (RTU) ready to use.
Hortico weed killer 360 has to be mixed with water. 4 days is way to early to see any results. Give it up to 2 to 4 weeks, just be patient. The weather plays a big part in how long it takes. In cold weather, longer. In sunny weather, shorter. If it rained within 6 hours of applying you may have to reapply.
Weed and feed has different active ingredients, same thing has happened to me. Hope this helps you out.
after mixing with water how long will it be active before it looses its strength to kill weeds
Does it kill clover
Yes it does, but don't use it if the clover is growing on your lawn or else your lawn will die off as well.
If it is not growing on your lawn use 10 ml per 1 litre of water.
If it is growing on your lawn you have to use a selective weed spray such as Yates bindii and clover killer
from Bunnings and mix 15ml per 1 litre of water. Just follow the instructions.
The Hortico weed killer is not selective, it will kill whatever you spray. Hope this helps you out.
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