Why You'll Love Yates' Range of General Garden Weed Control Products
General garden weeds can pop up quickly and spread even faster. The good news is, Yates has plenty of easy-to-use products that will get rid of garden weeds quickly and effectively, leaving your garden weed-free in no time.
Which Weed Killer Should I Use?
For easy, effective and economical non-selective and systemic weed control of all grasses and broadleaf weeds, Yates Zero Weedkiller is ideal. It is absorbed by the foliage and travels down to the roots to destroy the weed, roots and all. Non-residual, it’s great for controlling weeds and grasses in rockeries, garden beds, paths, driveways and along fence lines, as well as clearing garden beds or before planting new lawns. Available as a concentrate and a ready-to-use format.
If you need even quicker results, Yates Zero Rapid 1-Hr Action is designed to start killing weeds within one hour of use. This non-selective, non-residual, systemic and contact weedkiller works on a range of garden weeds and grasses, killing the whole weed, including the roots. It’s rainproof after 30 minutes and is ideal for killing weeds in garden beds. Available as a concentrate or ready-to-use. To increase accuracy, it’s also available as a Yates Zero Rapid 1-Hr Action Gel. This allows you to target individual weeds in garden beds, pots, paths and lawns, and only wipes out the weeds you want to kill – with no spray drift.
If you’re spraying large areas of the garden, Yates Easy See Spray Dye is designed to make your job even easier. Mix this blue dye with most weedkiller sprays in order to reduce the risk of over-application or missing untreated areas. The blue dye fades naturally in the days following application.
Target individual weeds without damaging other plants with Yates Zero Weeding Brush. Simply pour weedkiller into this specially designed brush so you can make spot weeding easy, simply paint the desired weed, pushing harder allows the valve to release more chemical if required. It’s ideal for killing weeds along fence lines, lawn edges, driveways or rockeries.