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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by walker-talker, Jun 24, 2004.
I am curious how some of you take care of this problem?
I keep a bottle of "round-up" at all times, when they're noticable we hit them. We only do the driveway and the front walk. If more needs to be done, then we offer our services for $$.
spray with roundup at no extra cost. just the walks and driveway
If they are in the expansion joint we use the stick edger to remove the weed and any soil. If it is an uneven seam caused by a crack we treat with Round-Up. No extra charge. Small details like this are included in our service.
Be hold the power of some roundup. I always have a 1 gallon pump spray bottle in the truck. A little here and a little there. Its not even worth the time to write a bill for it. It costs me a buck here and there ever month when I refill the bottle. But I really don't care. It makes the job look nice.
spray the weeds at an extra cost
Round up and simazine twice per year. Dosent even give them a chance.
BC how do you use the simizine i have some but not had the occason to use it is it mixed with round up?
I offer it free, along with fire ant control. No beds, just concrete or paved areas.
I get weed killer from the garden center I work at, the damaged bottles, non sellable at a discounted price or for nothing, so if weeds are a problem i can take care of it with that stuff.