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Like the RoundUp Pro you've come to know and trust, Roundup Pro Max is a non-selective post-emergent that controls a broad spectrum of weeds with virtually no re-growth. Roundup Pro Max has a unique surfactant system that's more concentrated and gets to the root faster, so you don't have to worry so much about the weather and rain washing the product away. For this product to be effective, make sure that weeds have emerged at the time of application.
|Active Ingredient:||Glyphosate - 48.7%|
|Target pests:||Annuals and Perennial weeds and Brush|
|For use in:||Residential and Commercial areas, Parks and Recreational areas|
|Application:||2 oz. per gallon of water for most applications
5 - 9 oz. per gallon of water for Brush and Vines
* See label for complete application instructions
Group 9 Herbicide
|Shipping Weight:||20.50 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Monsanto Company|
Roundup Pro Max is a post-emergent, systemic herbicide with no residual soil activity. It is non-selective and gives broad-spectrum control of many annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. Roundup Pro Max is formulated as a water-soluble containing surfactant and no additional surfactant is needed. Apply through most standard sprayers after dissolution and thorough mixing with water according to label instructions.
Time to Symptoms:
Roundup Pro Max moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact and into the root system. Visible effects on most annual weeds occur within 1 day, and on most perennial weeds in 2 days. Extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow activity of this product and delay development of visual symptoms. Visible effects are a quick yellowing of the foliage which advances to complete browning of above-ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts.
Mode of Action:
One of the active ingredients in Pro Max inhibits an enzyme found only in plants and microorganisms that is essential to formation of specific amino acids. A second active rapidly disrupts cell integrity of photosynthetically active tissues in the contacted foliage.
Reduced control may result when application is made to annual or perennial weeds that have been mowed, grazed, or cut, and have not been allowed to regrow to the specified stage for treatment.
Heavy rainfall soon after application may wash this product off of the foliage and a repeat application may be required for adequate weed control.
Uniform and complete spray coverage will provide best results. Do not spray weed foliage to the point of runoff.
No Soil Activity:
Weeds must be emerged at the time of application to be controlled by Roundup Pro Max. Weeds germinating from seed after application will not be controlled. Plants growing from unattached underground rhizomes or root stocks of perennials that have not yet emerged at the time of application will not be affected by the herbicide and will continue to grow.
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25 of 26 people found this review helpful:
Roundup Pro Max
By William in Bristol,PA on 06/07/2010
Great Product, applied as directed and weeds died within one day.
19 of 20 people found this review helpful:
Round up Pro Max
By John in Skippack, PA on 07/28/2010
Works much better then I ever expected and quickly.
17 of 18 people found this review helpful:
By Michael in Birmingham, Alabama on 05/09/2011
I had a problem with "Velcro weed" and this product did a number on it..
16 of 16 people found this review helpful:
By Cbillings in 28025 ncarolina on 08/09/2011
I used this on large parking lot and around bldg.Product sees to work well, all grass had died.
13 of 14 people found this review helpful:
Roundup Pro Max
By Jeff in Elizabethtown, PA on 06/15/2011
This is a great product. We did not have any run off, so product stayed where it was applied! Big plus is the product works better than other available products I could find at a price that is easy on the pocket. I plan on more purchases in the future.
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By Bruce in Naples, FL on 08/27/2015
After receipt of my order and placing the box in the garage I returned a couple of days later only to find that the box was soaked with Round up. When I opened the container I found that almost one third of the contents were gone. After speaking with customer service via live chat they refunded me for the lost portion. Now that is what you call Great customer service. Just a little time from both parties and all is good. I look forward to ordering more from from your organization. Even with a leaky container I give your company a 5 star review, for caring about your customers.
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Sherri in nlr arkansas on 04/21/2015
Works great I mix msma with it, kills everything I spray. Love this especially for the price
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
Excellent and well-priced
By Brian in San Antonio, TX on 04/15/2015
I like to use just slightly over the recommended strength to make sure it gets the job done, and this product definitely does just that. Weeds show the effects of being treated within just 2-3 days and they quickly degrade from there. The price per gallon of mixed solution cannot be beat.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
The best Glyphosate
By Rick in Chico,CA on 01/28/2015
I think this is the best glyphosate formulation. Stronger and more rainfast than others. DMOPC packed the jug on its' side so that the measuring cup was broken.
We are sorry that your measuring cup was damaged in transit. We are sending a replacement cup to replace the damaged one. We apologize for any inconvenience, and we appreciate your comments and your business!
12 of 76 people found this review helpful:
Killed the weeds and all the GRASS
By Douglas in Wilmington Delaware on 08/29/2014
It killed all the weeds in a week. Then it killed all the grass. I followed the instructions to the tee. I thought a herbicide kills weeds only. I spent $1000+ reseeding after scraping all the dead grass down, many cubic yards of dirt and grass seed. Let alone many many hours. Be forewarned
4 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Jason in tulsa ok on 07/24/2014
i use this stuff mixed with Sahara ground clear for our equipment yard and all fence and parking lot. works great.
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By Daniel in elgin texas on 04/07/2014
this stuff works better than regular roundup. it works slower which is actually better becuase you get a slower kill that goes all the way down to the roots. i spray somemesquite with it and some with regular roundup, the mesquite sprayed with promax died, the other burned off but then came back from the ground.not to mention how much cheaper this is than to buy the same amount in the smaller bottles at lowes. extremely cheaper!
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By Trekker in Ft Lauderdale, FL on 12/03/2012
This is the only product that I have found that affects this plant. Applied it at 10 oz/gal by spray. It took two weeks before I could notice any results, at three weeks some plants were turning yellow, and at 4 weeks most are brown and totally dead.
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By Bill in Hoover, AL on 06/14/2012
Don't expect instant results, but give it a week or two and the weeds, including roots, will be dead. Some similar products I have used kill the foliage quickly, but then the weeds come back from the roots.
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By John in Westchester ny on 06/04/2012
This stuff killed all the weeds including the ivy that was on the ground that no other stuff worked on.. Work great.
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03/28/2014 Robert from Carmichael Ca.
QHow long before i can replant after using RoundUp Pro Max?
I want to kill every thing in my front yard (grass and weeds ) do some landscaping put in fake grass and put in some drought resistant plants.
AYou would want to wait 2 weeks before replanting after an application has been done with the RoundUp Pro Max.
QIs it safe to use Roundup Promax on entire lawn? Would it kill the grass?
ARoundup Pro Max contains glyphosate which is a non-selective herbicide. Non-selective herbicides will kill just about any vegetation that they are sprayed on including grass. We do carry a full line of selective herbicides that can be safely sprayed on certain lawns and will only kill listed weeds. Try entering the name of the weed you are trying to eliminate in the search on our website. A selection of products should come up. You can click on each product and read the description and also the product label to see if the product will fit your needs. You can also contact your local cooperative extension office and request to speak to the master gardener on staff. The master gardener can make product recommendations for you based on the type of grass you have and the type of weeds you are trying to eliminate.
QAre there any small animal safety precautions after spraying lawn with RoundUp?
ARoundUp Pro Max like most of our products is very safe to use around pets. The general rule of thumb is to have your pets inside or in another part of the yard while you are applying the product. Once the product has had adequate time to dry, usually 45 minutes to an hour, it is perfectly safe to have your pets back into the yard.
11/04/2012 Trekker from Ft Lauderdale, Fl
QWill Roundup Pro Max kill philodendron vines? Does it contain a surfactant?
Tried regular Roundup, and it had no effect. I need something stronger to clear out these tough to kill plants from my woods.
ARound Up Pro Max can be used to get rid of philodendron vines. You should cut back the vines and apply the product at the strongest usage rate to the freshly cut vines for best results. Round Up Pro Max does contain a surfactant so an additional surfactant is not needed.
QShelf life and temperature? How to use on tree stump after cut 1 year ago?
What is the shelf life and how to store? How to use after on tree stump from preventing newly Sprouts from a peach tree?
ARoundup Pro Max works best on actively growing vegetation. According to the product label "Apply a 50- to 100-percent solution of this product to the freshly cut surface immediately after cutting. Delays in application may result in reduced performance." Because of these label recommendations Roundup Pro Max may not be suitable for your needs. We do carry Fertilome Brush Killer and Stump Killer which is labeled to get rid of stumps and also to stop stumps from sprouting. This product will last for about 3 years from the date of purchase and should be stored out of extreme temperatures and kept away from direct sunlight.
06/17/2015 Bev from Bellefontaine, Oh
QWhat is the shelf life of Roundup Pro Max? I would not use this all in one year.
04/19/2015 Don from Boiling Springs
QWhat is the volume of the Roundup Pro Max?
AThe Roundup Pro Max is 1.67 gallons or 213.76 oz. You would mix 2 oz. per gallon of water for most applications and 5 - 9 oz. per gallon of water for Brush and Vines.
10/31/2014 Rich from St. Louis, Mo
QHow much Roundup Pro Max will i need to kill a 3.5 acre field filled with grasses and weeds?
Should i spray now or in spring before soybean planting?
AYou will need two 1.67 gallon jugs of Roundup Pro Max to kill all vegetation on 3.5 acres. Simply mix 2 oz of RoundUp Pro Max per gallon of water for most applications. Roundup Pro Max does not provide long term control so we would recommend treating two weeks prior to planting.
08/12/2014 Jp from Commack, Ny
QWhat is more effective on eradicating bamboo, QuickPro or ProMax?
ABoth Roundup Quikpro and ProMax would work great on Bamboo. Roundup Quickpro has a higher percent active ingredient and Diquat which will give you a more quick kill.
07/18/2014 Dave from Murfreesboro, Tennessee
QRoundup Pro Max
Is Roundup effective on established crabgrass? I want to stop it before it gets too out of control.
A Roundup Pro Max will kill just about anything that it is applied to so it will kill crabgrass but will also kill your lawn if that is where you are spraying it. Our most popular crabgrass product is Drive XLR8. Drive XLR8 Herbicide is the latest technology in providing unsurpassed post-emergent crabgrass control. Drive XLR8 is a post emergent selective herbicide that is labeled for crabgrass as well many other troublesome weeds. Not for use on St Augustine grass. Please refer to the product label to ensure your grass type is tolerant to the Drive
Roundup Pro Max will kill just about anything that it is applied to so it will kill crabgrass but will also kill your lawn if that is where you are spraying it.
Our most popular crabgrass product is Drive XLR8. Drive XLR8 Herbicide is the latest technology in providing unsurpassed post-emergent crabgrass control. Drive XLR8 is a post emergent selective herbicide that is labeled for crabgrass as well many other troublesome weeds. Not for use on St Augustine grass. Please refer to the product label to ensure your grass type is tolerant to the Drive
04/08/2014 Susan from Austin, Tx
QWill Roundup Pro/Pro Max harm grazing horses? How long to keep horses off?
Will Roundup Pro/Pro Max harm grazing horses? How long to keep horses off?
AIf application rates total 2 quarts of Roundup Quikpro per acre or less, no waiting period betweentreatment and feeding or livestock grazing is required. If the rate is greater than 2 quarts per acre, remove livestock before application and wait 8 weeks after application before grazing or harvesting. Please consult the product label for application.
10/25/2013 John from Niceville, Fl
QI'm looking for a strong weed killer to kill suckers around my trees.
AIt is quite hard to treat sucker trees with out harming the root system of the tree they are attached. The idea is that if you apply a herbicide to the sucker, it will tranfer to the tree root causing harm. Hear are few steps you can take to help discourage suckers: 1.Grasp one of the suckers down low, near the ground. pull hard, with a twisting motion, pulling up and away from the base at the same time. 2.Clip individual suckers off at or below ground level with pruning shears if you can’t remove the suckers by pulling. 3.Mow areas with large numbers of suckers, cutting them off as close to the ground as possible. 4.Dig down to the roots in any spots that seem to have a large concentration of suckers popping up, if you can get to them.Check the roots to see if most of the suckers come from a single section. If so, cut that part of the root off of the tree, pull it up and get rid of it. 5. Cover any shallow roots with a layer of mulch about 2 inches thick, enough to discourage the suckers without doing any harm to your tree. If the mulch settles or washes away over time, replace it with a new layer. You can also contact your Local Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Master Gardener in your area.
1.Grasp one of the suckers down low, near the ground. pull hard, with a twisting motion, pulling up and away from the base at the same time.
2.Clip individual suckers off at or below ground level with pruning shears if you can’t remove the suckers by pulling.
3.Mow areas with large numbers of suckers, cutting them off as close to the ground as possible.
4.Dig down to the roots in any spots that seem to have a large concentration of suckers popping up, if you can get to them.Check the roots to see if most of the suckers come from a single section. If so, cut that part of the root off of the tree, pull it up and get rid of it.
5. Cover any shallow roots with a layer of mulch about 2 inches thick, enough to discourage the suckers without doing any harm to your tree. If the mulch settles or washes away over time, replace it with a new layer.
You can also contact your Local Cooperative Extension Office and speak with the Master Gardener in your area.
07/30/2012 Greg from Chico, Ca
QWhat selective herbicide will kill Dallas Grass growing in a three way blend of fescue, kentucky blue,and rye.
AUnfortunately there is a not a good selective product that you can use to get rid of the dallisgrass without killing the surrounding grass too. Best options once it has emerged is to either spot spray or wipe on something like Round Up, or hand dig up the clumps of dallisgrass down to the root system and re-seed with the 3 grass blend.
QIs this name brand, RoundUp ProMax made by the Scott's company?
ARoundup Pro Max is manufactured by the Monsanto Company. Scott's is affiliated with the Monsanto Company.
QShould I use Roundup Pro Max or Quick Pro?
I'm trying to decide on Pro Max or Quick Pro instead of the usual roundup concentrate. We have mostly wild grasses(weeds) in our yard & some star thistle has crept in. We have oak trees to avoid & in our landscaped areas, lots of plants. Are both of these dangerous if my husband over sprays? We are killing grasses & not so much woody plants.
AWe recommend that you contact your local master gardener at the local cooperative extension office in your area. Our expertise is structural pests and we are not yet knowledgeable enough about plants to give proper advice on which herbicides will damage which plants. We started carrying herbicides due to popular customer demand and we are doing our best to learn more about them before we can offer advice on them.