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Re: round-up pro


WE carry Hi Yield Super Killzall(41%)  in the garden center. FOr some
reason, I  started reading its label having once been under the assumption
that Roundup was gone in the soil after 7-10days. This products label had a
specific note saying no tomato seed for three days and no plants for 30
days. Perhaps this came about with the tomato deaths after using Seattle
compost tainted with herbicides.

betsy
----- Original Message -----
From: "DP" <pulis@mindspring.com>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Sunday, May 25, 2008 7:44 AM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] round-up pro


> Application to harvest time is 14 days for tomatoes according to a PHI
> statement I read at UCDavis' commercial website. However, I remember that
> UGA studies showed that if using RoundUp in a vegetable garden, some
damage
> to the young tomatoes was shown up to 21 days after application, so they
> recommended not using it before planting unless you had that much time.
>
> Note that this is referring to regular RoundUp, not the new RoundUp
> combination products that contain extra ingredients. Always read and
follow
> the label exactly.  I see no recommendation for using RoundUp Pro in a
> vegetable garden, and my only experience with it has been with management
of
> woodies.
>
> By the way, since Glyphosate (the original active ingredient in RoundUp)
is
> now off-patent, you can get a cheaper formula of the same stuff. I use the
> Ace Hardware brand and it's a third the cost.
>
> d
>
>
>
>
> > On May 22, 2008, at 6:24 PM, Theresa G. wrote:
> >
> >> So- anybody know what the deal is with "Round-up Pro"?  How long  does
it
> >> take to break down in the soil?  Is it safe to plant veggies  in that
> >> area after you used it- do all the chemicals biodegrade??  Thanks for
any
> >> help-
> >> Theresa
>
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