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Some wind based spray from Weed n feed may have gotten on to our vege garden, what should we do?

Submitted: 05:13PM, 10 Dec 2012
Answer: Hi Peter,

Hopefully the Weed n Feed product hasn’t contacted the foliage of your vegetables. You will know if the product has contacted the foliage as the leaves will start to yellow and then finally the plant will die. It will take 3 -4 weeks for this to happen. If you notice no yellowing or deterioration of the vegetables at this time, then you will know that the herbicide hasn’t come in contact with the plants and they will be able to be harvested and eaten. Do not harvest any of the vegetables for the next 4 weeks and look for signs of yellowing and dying of the leaf.

Answered: 02:53PM, 12 Dec 2012

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