For post-emergent weed control, there are many products on the market. Recently, many alternatives to glyphosate for weed control have been created and tested. These glyphosate alternatives are safe and just as effective as glyphosate.
Instead of using Roundup or a similar glyphosate product, the glyphosate-free products in this category will control weeds that populate your yard in the spring, summer, and fall. Some of these alternatives are organic, some are natural, and other glyphosate-free herbicides are designed for use in greenhouses.
When creating a weed management program, it is important to consider timing. Typically, a pre-emergent herbicide should be applied in the fall and spring to prevent weeds from growing in your yard. If you forgot this step or are new to lawn management, you may notice weeds growing around your property.
These glyphosate-free post-emergent herbicides are designed to kill anything they are sprayed on, so take precaution when spraying your yard. Only spray directly on the weed you are trying to control. You will notice the weed or weeds will begin to die a day or two after spraying. Read the label of the product you are spraying for information on how often to re-spray and how long it will take to see total weed control.
Many herbicides that are alternatives to glyphosate can be used in greenhouses, when gardening, and in agricultural settings. Each product is different, so be sure to read the label of your glyphosate-alternative for where the product can and cannot be used.
If you need assistance selecting an alternate to Roundup and the best glyphosate-free product to use in your yard, give the experts at DoMyOwn a call at 866-581-7378 or email email@example.com.
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