All products containing glyphosate are regularly tested and assessed to ensure that they are safe for consumer use.
Roundup is the weedkiller the professionals use. Utilising the same advanced technology developed by its agricultural counterpart, Roundup has been specially formulated to kill weeds right down to the root.
So, with Roundup Weed Killer, gardeners know that, once the weed’s gone, it’s gone for good.
It was originally developed for use on a large scale in the agricultural industry.
And the exact same advanced technology that’s used in the commercial sector is called upon to create Roundup for gardens, patios and driveways.
It incorporates a highly effective systemic action that has a dramatic effect on any weed but because Roundup is deactivated in the soil by micro organisms the soil is free to use as soon as the Roundup has dried.
Yes, all garden chemical products must go through a robust approvals process to establish that the products have no risk unacceptable to human and animal health and no risk to wildlife nor to the environment.
Once approved each product is given an approval number which must be displayed on the product label [MAPP number in the UK and a PCS number in the Republic of Ireland]