Description

Features

  • To get rid of really TOUGH weeds, you need an ultra TOUGH weedkiller.
  • New Yates Zero Ultra Tough kills TOUGH weeds, roots & all
  • Kills: Bamboo , Onion Weed, Blackberry, Lantana, Oxalis, Wandering Trad, More!
  • Kills hard-to-kill, invasive weeds
  • Kills weeds roots & all
  • Rainproof in 30 mins
  • Great for larger areas!

Get tough on weeds!

Specifications

Size

  • 500ml

Ingredients

  • 300g/L Glyphosate
  • 75g/L triclopyr

How to use

Directions for use

  • Shake well before using
  • Suitable for garden beds, rockeries, paths, driveways & along fence lines
  • Non-selective and could kill wanted plants & grasses if they are sprayed
  • DO NOT disturb treated weeds for 2 weeks
  • Visible symptoms will usually appear within 7 days
  • DO NOT spray if rain is likely within 30 minutes

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED

Precautions

  • DO NOT allow spray to contact or drift onto plants you do not want killed
  • Spray in calm conditions to reduce chance of overspray
  • Hose off immediately if wanted plants are accidently sprayed
  • When treating weeds on or around hard surfaces (e.g concrete, pavers, timber) test on a small, inconspicuous area, allow to dry, and inspect surface before further use
  • Accidental spills or visible residue persisting on certain surfaces should be removed with water and brushing
  • DO NOT exceed recommended application rate
  • DO NOT allow children or pets to enter treated areas until spray had dried
  • DO NOT allow chemical containers or spray to get into drains, sewers, streams or ponds
  • DO NOT enter treated areas until spray has dried
  • Will irritate the eyes
  • Repeated exposure may cause allergic disorders
  • Avoid contact with eyes
  • Wash hands after use

Liability

This product must be used strictly as directed. Yates will not be liable for any loss or damage arising from a failure to strictly follow the directions for use.


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