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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by cat320, Apr 1, 2001.

  1. cat320

    cat320 LawnSite Senior Member
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    Is there much difference between round up and round up pro?Or are the just the same.
     
  2. Getmow

    Getmow LawnSite Senior Member
    from VA
    Posts: 445

    Round up Pro has surfacant already added.
     
  3. bob

    bob LawnSite Platinum Member
    from DE
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    Pro might have a higher concentrate of chemical.
     
  4. smburgess

    smburgess LawnSite Senior Member
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    getmo is right, Pro has a sufacant. The leaner concetrate is RoundUp T/O. If you have some regular RoundUp and you need a sufacant, just add a few drops of dish washing liquid to your back-pack (assumption) and mix in, does the job.
     
  5. Skookum

    Skookum LawnSite Senior Member
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    I have just about a gallon left of RoundupPro and I am switching to RoundupPro Dry. The "Dry" big jug is cheaper than the 2.5 gallon liquid jug.

    The Pro line is more concentrate than the retail stuff from Wal-mart and such places. It has been a while since I used the retail stuff, but, I recall it was like 6 oz per gallon as where the same final solution in the Pro line is like 2 oz.
     
  6. bob

    bob LawnSite Platinum Member
    from DE
    Posts: 4,254

    I still use a speader sticker with all chemicals. Its real cheap. Something like $17 for a gallon. The rate is ( I believe) 1 tablespoon for every 3 gallons.
     
  7. greens1

    greens1 LawnSite Senior Member
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    I switched to the Roundup Dry last year & it's great. The measuring cup is in the cap, no more rinsing measuring cups.
    Jim L
     
  8. thelawnguy

    thelawnguy LawnSite Silver Member
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    Speaking for the dry, they are identical except for the label. The RoundupDry mixes recommended 1 oz per gallon, ProDry mixes 1.5 oz per gallon. Mix the regular at 1 1/2times what you normally do, and you now have pro.
     
  9. David Gretzmier

    David Gretzmier LawnSite Gold Member
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    Another nice thing about dry is it doesn't freeze, and should over winter better in concentrated form. I think it costs a bit more for the same rate, and you now need to add surfactant. Dave
     
  10. Getmow

    Getmow LawnSite Senior Member
    from VA
    Posts: 445

    I thought that Round Up Pro Dry didn't need surfacant.
     

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