Is Roundup biodegradable?

Answer Monsanto, the manufacturer of Roundup and other herbicides, was accused in 1996 of false advertising concerning its glyphosate-based herbicides. The complaint was brought by the New York State atto... Read More »

Top Q&A For: Is Roundup biodegradable

What does non-biodegradable mean?

Non-biodegradable means that a substance can't be broken down into smaller components in the environment by natural processes. Examples include aluminum cans, silver foil, plastics, glass, DDT and ... Read More »

Who makes Roundup?

Roundup is an herbicide made by Monsanto. It was first introduced in 1974. The active ingredient is glyphosate. Roundup is approved for controlling weeds in over 100 crops and is registered for use... Read More »

Can you mix Roundup& diesel?

Diesel fuel is a carrier oil mixed with herbicides, such as Round-up, because it helps to penetrate through bark and plant leaves. Although diesel fuel is among the least expensive oils to add to... Read More »

Does roundup have simazine in it?

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 »