That about sums it up. Keep the spray away from the trees and dont use a higher mix rate than you need to for the "yard" in questionMickhippy said:Dont spray the green bits! Simple!
Roundups pretty safe to use I reckon. Just dont spray in the wind and keep the wand low around plants you dont want to spray.
Keep the gun pointed down....SkippysHelpers said:What are the best methods for rounding up a yard without killing the trees (most are 2-3 years old)?
never mindSkippysHelpers said:LOL thanks for the responses! I probably should have given more details. I have a few acres of land I want to basically turn into a dust bowl and start over. The land was a wheat field and now is one big clover patch. I was planning on using a sprayer on the back of my mower, tilling the land and spray again...doing this over and over until the stuff doesn't come back.
I am just a little worried that I would hit the trees....there are about 12-15 of them. Would you use the sprayer the way I was intending, but stay away from the trees, and then go closer to the trees with a hand sprayer?