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Frequently Asked Questions
Glyphosate is inert once applied (does not move) so generally does not affect untreated plants, such as nearby flowers. In soil, glyphosate usually breaks down within days so that it becomes unavailable to untreated plants that are planted later on. We recommend to always leave a few days to a week or two as glyphosate is absorbed through the leaves and progresses to the roots systemically If you disturb the weeds before they are dead you may risk breaking off live roots that could sprout again. If you are planting edible plants, such as hetbs and vegetables, we would recommend leaving it for at least a week. If sowing vulnerable grass or seeds, also leave it for at least a week.
The best time to use our nematodes depends upon which type of nematode you are using. This may sound obvious but many people are unaware that there are different types as they all go by the name 'nematode'. There are many thousands of different types of nematode that have adapted to life in all types of environment. We have nematodes for the treatment of Chafer Grubs and Leatherjackets.
Our Nematode For Chafer Grubs is best applied between April and October and our Nematode For Leatherjacket between September and October.
Full application instructions can be found on the relevant product page but, should you have any questions, please just CONTACT US and we will be only too happy to help you.