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Old 05-05-03, 04:52 AM   #7 (permalink)
Join Date: Jul-2002
Location: Ontario Cda
Posts: 3,234
Roundup is applied to the plant, not the soil. There's no soil activity, no residual soil toxicity. It's only 'active' when on a plant. You just get the sprayer and apply it to the leaves, and as long as you're careful not to spray the grass (or wipe/wash it off), the lawn won't be affected. It dries fast. It's a lot easier than digging. If you do end up killing the grass, it's still easy to reseed, but at least you didn't break your back digging.
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