Uproot Herbicide is a non-selective, systemic, foliar-applied herbicide that effectively controls a wide range of annual and perennial grasses, broad-leaved weeds, and even woody brush species. It is your one-stop solution for weed-free landscapes, agricultural fields, and non-crop areas.


  • Highly effective: It boasts a powerful formula that eliminates even the most stubborn weeds, including grasses like Bermuda grass, Johnson grass, and nutsedge.
  • Fast-acting: Visible results appear within days, and complete weed control is achieved within 2-3 weeks.
  • Systemic action: It works by translocating throughout the plant, killing both the above-ground foliage and the underground root system, preventing regrowth.
  • Low residual soil activity: This means Uproot breaks down quickly in the soil, ensuring no harm to future plantings.
  • Broad-spectrum control: It effectively controls a wide variety of weeds, making it a versatile solution for various applications.
  • Easy to use: It comes in a convenient liquid formulation that is easy to mix and apply using a knapsack or tractor-mounted sprayer.


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UPROOT herbicides are a type of herbicide that is used to kill all plants, including grasses, weeds, and trees. They are non-selective herbicides, meaning that they will kill any plant that they come into contact with. UPROOT herbicides are ideal for use in areas where total vegetation control is desired, such as along roadsides, railways, and fence lines.

The herbicides are absorbed by the leaves and stems of plants and are translocated to the roots, where they kill the plant. It is effective against a wide range of weeds, including brambles, nettles, docks, thistles, buttercups, clover, and dandelion. They can also be used to control vegetation in areas where crops are being grown.

It is easy to apply and can be used in various settings. They can be applied using a knapsack sprayer, a tractor-mounted sprayer, or a boom sprayer. They are long-lasting and can provide up to several months of weed control.

When to use:

It can be used at any time of year, but they are most effective when applied in the spring or summer when the weeds are actively growing. It should be applied on a calm, dry day to avoid spray drift.

How to use:

It should be applied according to the manufacturer’s instructions. The amount of herbicide that is needed will depend on the type of weed that is being controlled and the size of the area that is being treated.

Safety precautions:

It is poisonous and should be handled with care. It is important to wear gloves, goggles, and long sleeves when applying UPROOT herbicides. It should not be applied near water bodies or in areas where children or pets play.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What are UPROOT herbicides?

The herbicides are non-selective, meaning they kill any plant they come into contact with. This makes them ideal for total vegetation control in areas like roadsides, railways, and fence lines.

How does It work?

UPROOT herbicides are absorbed by leaves and stems, traveling down to the roots to kill the entire plant.

What types of weeds does It control?

The herbicides are effective against a broad spectrum of weeds, including:

  • Brambles (blackberries)
  • Nettles
  • Docks
  • Thistles
  • Buttercups
  • Clover
  • Dandelion

They can also be used for pre-emergent weed control in crop production.

How are UPROOT herbicides applied?

It can be applied with various sprayers depending on the size of the area:

  • Knapsack sprayer (for small areas)
  • Tractor-mounted sprayer (for larger areas)
  • Boom sprayer (for vast areas)

When is the best time to use UPROOT herbicides?

While usable year-round, It is most effective during spring or summer when weeds are actively growing. Apply on calm days to minimize spray drift.

How much UPROOT herbicide should I use?

Always follow the manufacturer’s instructions for application rates. The amount needed depends on the specific weed and area size being treated.

Are the herbicides safe?

The herbicides are poisonous and require caution during handling. Wear gloves, goggles, and long sleeves when applying. Avoid using near water bodies or areas frequented by children or pets.


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