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Re: Weed Control. Or 'How did you spend your Saturday?'

>Roundup calls for 2.75 ounces per gallon.

I use 1 oz per gallon and get excellent weed control, although it may 
take a few more days to show then using a higher concentration.  I've 
experimented with using 1/2 oz per gallon to spray directly onto weedy 
daylily beds and got very good weed control without any harm to the 
daylilies.  RoundUp does kill hostas.

Use the lower concentration and save yourself some money.  If you have 
some tough weeds you can always give them a second spraying.

Joe Halinar

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