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    weed killer ?

    ANY ONE KNOW ANY STRONG WEED KILLER.Have used what you can buy at B+Q. but the stuff dont work.any one know of a good one..please

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    If you can still get it, Sodium Chlorate.
    Pathclear s pretty good but expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackpopracing View Post
    If you can still get it, Sodium Chlorate.
    Pathclear s pretty good but expensive.
    I'm sure that was banned a couple of years ago. I'm yet to find anything decent to replace it.

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    it depends what you are using it for.

    if its clearing paths doe gravel driveways you can't beat plain old salt.
    to to local plumbers uh a 25kilo of dishwasher granules dissolve in water and hey presto...... or do as I do, sprinkle direct on affected area and let damp and rain do the rest....... £6 a pop

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    We use "roundup" and it's never let us down

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    i use roundup as well, also use salt on some stuff - depends what your tryingt o get rid of really. if you know someone with a poisons license you can still get some decent stuff but it can be expensive. we had some brambles we were tryingt o get rid of and someone i know with a poison license said he could get something which would get rid of it but for a small jar of the powder it would be £90 (the jar was only 4" tall) needless to say we decided on a different method. SBK can be quite effective too

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    our new puppy,s **** seems to be working very well! just need him to **** in the bottle and this time next year Roders ! o.k getting my coat but seriously it is keeping our paved area clear of all that moss stuff. Any chemists on here care to explain cheers mickmatt

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    if youve got pets the safest way is boiling water !! but its only a quick fix as they grow back eventually

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    Glyfosate, most weed killers have it it's systemic and you spray it on the leaves
    Steve

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    Quote Originally Posted by mickmatt View Post
    our new puppy,s **** seems to be working very well! just need him to **** in the bottle and this time next year Roders ! o.k getting my coat but seriously it is keeping our paved area clear of all that moss stuff. Any chemists on here care to explain cheers mickmatt
    the reason why your pups **** is working is because a dogs **** has a very high salt content

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