So, you’ve treated your weeds and now it’s time to get the good stuff growing again. You might be wondering, how long does a Roundup brand product stay in the soil? When is it safe to proceed? The length of time you wait before replanting depends on which product you used and what you want to grow. For example, if you used Roundup® Ready-To-Use Weed & Grass Killer III, you’re only looking at 1 day before you can put your favorite ornamentals in the soil. (This makes weekend projects a breeze!) However, if you went after poison ivy in your landscape, you’ll want to give it a month before you replant in that area.
Scroll down to a product to see when it’s safe to replant after spraying, and follow these wait-time guidelines to get your landscape back on track.
Spray with Precision
Once you’re ready to kill weeds, look for the Sure Shot® Wand. This battery-powered wand never needs pumping and extends a full 2 feet for improved reach and less bending over. Even better, the clear dome shield gives you precision accuracy to spray only what you want dead, and protects the rest of your beautiful landscape from drift. You can rest easy knowing where Roundup is in the soil, and how long it will last.
Choose the Right Roundup® Brand Products for the Job
All Roundup® Brand Products are all designed to work in a timely manner, but how long you’ll have to wait to replant depends on where you used it. Here’s a quick guide to determine what to expect.
Always check the label before spraying to know exactly how long that Roundup® Brand Products will stay in the soil. Once you’re in the clear, you’ll be free of the stuff you don’t want to grow so you can get back to nurturing what you do.