Alright thank you for the explanation. Sounds like I've got some work to do. But atleast I have a plan. I'll be sure to let ya know if I get stuck somewhereTogo said:Well "round-up" usually refers to glyphosate which is non-selective herbicide (although they now make a 'round-up for lawns' which is not the same thing). So it will kill everything but I think Snow's suggestion is based on the premise that the glyphosate will take hold, kill the plant down to the root, then after you've dug it up and say some root material is left behind, it's dead and this doesn't grow back.
Keep in mind everything you spray with round up, including good grass, will die. So don't go spraying everywhere.
Ok good point. It's been nothing but windy for a while now. I might try a rag dipped in the stuff and rub it where I want itsocial port said:@Sstengel1 one more tip: Glyphosate is best applied on non-windy days. Wind can cause spray drift, which will put your healthy grass at risk.
Yes thank you. That's basically what I wanted to do with a cut off hockey stick and a rag. Same conceptchrisben said:Something like this can work too. It's a weed wand, you fill it with roundup (glysophate) and touch it where you want to kill, because there's no spray, there's no overspray, and keeps surrounding stuff safer.