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Remember the gel Roundup plant killer?
First application: disappointing. It did not kill the plant but instead scorched a bit of the top leaves exactly where I was dabbed the gel. They were thriving one week out.
Off to YouTube, then, and I learned it works best if dabbed near the roots. That did the trick, and all my other plants are fine. Highly recommend.
Posted at 08:08 AM in Miscellaneous Mockery | Permalink
I find it fascinating that the internet is *so* much better than the product use label itself at telling you how to use things most effectively. Is it because the company didn't test? Or because they felt that if it were inefficient, you'd buy more of it to finish killing the plant? Or because the label designers cut text down? Or because legal had some problems with saying to put it close to the ground, since it's not good to get it in the ground?
... probably we will never know.
June 20, 2021 at 11:20 PM
KC - Yes (see: Miralax). It’s probably font size.
June 21, 2021 at 09:16 AM
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