I mow for an old lady and she doesn't want any.
Apr 16, Beside this, will Ortho Ground Clear kill trees? It is a ground sterilant and it will kill the trees if you go too heavy with it but if you just spray the stuff you want dead with little to no extra drips off the plants after they are sprayed. Also Know, is Ortho Ground Clear Toxic? Active Ingredients. Aug 07, I recently got Ortho Ground Clear and Round Up confused in a sprayer and sprayed around several mature trees with Ground Clear in order to control weeds.
Should I be in high panic mode that these trees will die now?
Asked by Michele from Ct.
Thanks.:hammerhead:Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. May 23, Inadvertently sprayed Ortho Ground Clear in area in which I would like to plant shrubs.
Ask Question Asked 3 years, 2 months ago. Active 3 years, 2 months ago. Viewed 4k times 5 If you inadvertently spray an area with a vegetation poison is there anything you can add to the soil to neutralize the effects of the glyphosphate (5%) so that you can. May 09, All bare ground/vegetation management products like Ortho GroundClear Vegetation Killer Concentrate are recommended to be applied outside the dripline of desirable trees and plants to prevent their feeding roots from absorbing the product.
Inside the dripline is where these roots are closest to the soil and could absorb any such product so we would not recommend using any in the area. According to the product information included with Ortho GroundClear Complete Vegetation Killer, you should use the product when the daytime temperatures are at least 60 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately degrees Celsius). This means that you should plan ahead before spraying.
Use on walkways, driveways, and under trees. Apply directly to weeds in landscape beds and around vegetable gardens. Jun 26, If you must spray near desirable plants, use a shield on the spray wand to minimize off-target damage.
These can be purchased, or made from a two-liter soda bottle. Another option is to use a wick to wipe glyphosate directly onto target weeds. Never use glyphosate to remove suckers growing from the rootstocks of grafted trees.
Digging up sod or patches of grass by hand can clear the area around the tree. The top layer of grass plus the thatch, which will reach 1 or 2 inches beneath the soil surface, all need removing to.