Roundup Biactive Herbicide is used for general weed control in domestic areas (home gardens), commercial, industrial and public service areas, agricultural buildings and other farm situations. For specific weeds, brush and woody weeds or unwanted trees, refer to the appropriate weeds controlled table listed in the directions for use
- Roundup Biactive has been specifically formulated for use in environmentally sensitive areas. This unique formulation contains an ‘aquatic approved’ surfactant, allowing for use in sensitive areas such as around streams, creeks, dams, channels and drains.
- Roundup Biactive Herbicide controls a broad spectrum of annual, perennial and aquatic weeds.
- Roundup Biactive Herbicide is registered for use in aquatic areas for the control of emerged weeds in all bodies of fresh and brackish water which may be flowing, non-flowing or transient. Also for weeds on margins of streams, lakes and dams and in channels and drains.
- The general mixing rate is 10mL per litre of water.
Where can Roundup Biactive Herbicide be used;
- Gravel pathways
- Car parks
- Industrial buildings
- Industrial premises
- Municipal grounds
- Outdoor Parks
- General Purpose Weed killer
- Airport Runway Construction
- Commercial buildings
Safety Advice: Roundup Biactive Herbicide will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When preparing product for use-wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day’s use wash contaminated clothing, gloves and face shield or goggles. When using a controlled droplet applicator, wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.
Roundup Biactive Herbicide is made from Glyphosate which is a broad-spectrum systemic herbicide and crop desiccant. It is an organophosphorus compound, specifically a phosphonate, which acts by inhibiting the plant enzyme 5-enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate synthase. It is used to kill weeds, especially annual broadleaf weeds and grasses that compete with crops.