Does roundup have simazine in it?

Answer The active ingredient listed on a container of Roundup is glysophate in the form of an isopropylamine salt. Other ingredients include water and a surfactant. The algicide simazine is not listed on ... Read More »

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Does Roundup kill moss?

Although the herbicide Roundup kills weeds, grass and poison ivy, it does not get rid of moss or algae. According to the Oregon State University College of Science, iron sulfate, ferrous ammonium ... Read More »

Does Roundup work on pacasandra?

Roundup is not guaranteed to control pachysandra, or English Ivy, according to Jillian Leiter, a consumer response specialist with the Scotts Company. Pachysandra has a very waxy leaf coating makin... Read More »

How long does roundup last?

There are multiple Roundup products, some of which only kill weeds on contact but do not prevent new weeds from growing. Roundup Extended Control Weed & Grass Killer Plus Weed Preventer products pr... Read More »

How long does Roundup stay in the soil?

Studies on the persistence of Roundup in soil vary widely. The main active ingredient, glyphosate, was found to stay in soils in Oregon for 55 days but up to three years in Swedish forestry studies... Read More »