Originally Posted by Smallaxe
Isn't the question about spraying weeds on the lawn, that is the 'bank' of the lake?
The Wisco liscencing handbook never discusses the issue, so the typical broadleaf should be useable right to the water's edge...
You haven't read or understood the Roundup/glyphosate label. Because of the surfactant in Glyphosate, it is not labelled for any drainage areas
. Therefore not for use on the bank of a Lake unless it is Aquatic labelled which mean it doesn't have the normal surfactant.
IN EDIT WEEDAR 64 is labelled for aquatic weed control. It is 2,4-D or a broad leaf control.
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Last edited by Ric; 07-04-2011 at 09:56 AM.