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Roundup QuikPRO is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide for commercial, industrial, non-crop and residential use. QuickPRO has two active ingredients: 73.3% glyphosate and 2.9% diquat. The addition of diquat, along with the surfactant, gives you even faster burndown. It controls broadleaf and grass weeds, or woody brush and trees - roots and all. Roundup Quick Pro is absorbed quickly by plants and is rain fast in about an hour. This super-fast dry time means rain won't wash the product away as easily and it works much faster than typical glyphosphate products. Simple and mistake-proof measuring saves time and labor costs. Available in a box of five 1.5-oz. packets per box, or a larger 6.8 lb. jug. Each 1.5-oz. pack makes 1 gal. of spray solution.
QuikPRO is also available here in a 6.8 lb jug for larger applications.
|Active Ingredient:||Glyphosate- 73.3.%
Diquat - 2.9%
|Target pests:||Annuals and Perennial weeds and Brush|
|For use in:||Residential and Commercial areas, Parks and Recreational areas|
|Application:||Each 1.5 oz. pack per gallon of water
* See label for complete application instructions
|Shipping Weight:||0.67 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Monsanto Company|
Roundup QuikPRO 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 QuikPRO is formulated as a water-soluble granule 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 QuikPRO 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 this product 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 this product. 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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14 of 14 people found this review helpful:
By Fran in Long Island, NY on 07/11/2010
I bought QuikPRO initially to try and kill off a bamboo tree that I planted in my yard. The tree was contained but starting to spread so I figured that until I was able to dig it up I would try to kill it off with a weed killer. QuikPRO seemed to be the strongest weed killer I could find. I didn't have high hopes because I was using it on bamboo, but figured I'd try it anyway. The QuikPRO did its job....It killed all the leaves and chutes and now my bamboo is just a few tall brown sticks and I'm ready to dig it out to avoid a future bamboo disaster. While I was spraying the QuikPRO I also used it on weeds that were growing all around my house and it knocked them out too. This stuff works great. Another very satisfied purchase from DoMyOwnPestControl.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Very Happy with Roundup QuikPRO
By Judi in Long Neck, Delaware on 07/04/2011
I purchased this to kill Zoysia grass. You cannot purchase Zoysia grass killer in any retail (Lowes, Home Depot, etc). It worked excellent - almost overnight! It will kill your regular grass though. I asked and was told to wait about 2 weeks before re-sodding. Have not done that yet. I made sure I was as careful as the directions say to be, pants, long sleeves, shoes, goggles or glasses, etc.
7 of 8 people found this review helpful:
works great on anything listed in booklet
By in nowhere, ny on 07/28/2013
Used this in an old roundup gallon sprayer container, very easy to use. Killed everything I sprayed it on. People who said it killed their lawn-obviously do not know what "non selective herbicide" means. It means it kills whatever it hits including your lawn. Also Sedge is not on any of the listed items this kills as shown in the booklet it comes with. Some of the weed and brush required a stronger solution mix than 1 packet per gallon. If you all would just read the booklet that came with the product you wouldn't have had any issues. It kills the listed weeds, seedlings etc. I hate when people leave bad reviews because they don't follow directions.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful:
Roundup QuikPRO knocks out invasive bermuda grass!
By Lee in Raleigh, NC on 10/08/2011
I recently found this stuff and love it. I use it to kill my neighbor's Bermuda grass that has wandered onto most of my front yard. I spray, wait a week and spray again. Then wait a week and scalp, bag, plant new fescue grass seed. Using a service would have cost me over $100, this cost me $20.
5 of 5 people found this review helpful:
By Gertrude in columbus,ohio on 05/24/2010
I have used the product three times before. The product does an excellent job and would purchase again.
Round up QuickPRO
By Debbie in Marion,illinois on 10/09/2016
I love this stuff! It works great.takes a little longer than 24 hours but within three days you got some dead weeds. I'm very happy with it and I'm ordering more.
works on bamboo and weeds
By Mbaker in Katy, TX on 09/25/2016
easy to mix and works well on the stubborn bamboo and weeds in driveway cracks.
Great did the job
By Muhammad in Edison NJ on 09/01/2016
Amazing results in few hours
By Charlie in Cincinnati, OH on 08/29/2016
So far only used one gallon of this product but I have never seen anything kill weeds as quick and completely as this product. It was very easy to mix and apply. Would highly recommend!
A little disappointed
By Marber in Alexandria, Va. on 08/27/2016
I had hoped for a quicker "kill" of the invasive vines that are threatening our trees and shrubs. The website indicated 24 hours but we did not see that kind of speed. I began to see dieback after about 3 days and so far there has not been complete kill of the tougher stuff like invasive vines and ivy. It may be user error (always a factor) even though directions were very clear. The product I received was made in 2014 and perhaps that was a factor if the efficacy declines with age. Glycophosphate which is the active ingredient in this product was recommended by our extension service if not being used around water. So I believe this product should be more effective if it has the concentration indicated. The individual packs are very convenient because it should be used the same day it is mixed and it is one pack per gallon of water. I will try again and see what happens.
Make Your Own Commercial RoundUp
By Dat in 3S's South Side Scottsdale on 08/08/2016
This DIY RoundUp for weed killer is just what I need. 5 packets makes up to 5 gal of weed killer. Just pour the 5 packets into your 4 gal container and add food dye or some coloring, add a few cups of powdered pool salt, mix it up and starts spraying on weeds, make sure its very hot and sunny. Wait the next day and see it for yourself!
By Kelsey in Mequon ,wi on 07/31/2016
The best stuff hands down worked the first time
By Kim in Vassar, MI on 07/22/2016
QuitPRO works great.
By Corbin in Oriental, NC on 07/04/2016
QuikPRO is the best at killing unwanted vegetation. It will kill anything.
By Corbin in Oriental, NC on 07/04/2016
QuikPRO is the best at killing unwanted vegetation. It will kill anything.
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QWhat area will one gallon of RoundUp QuikPRO cover? How many sq. feet?
AFor most applications, 1 gallon of mixed RoundUP QuikPRO will cover 1000 square feet.
QDoes Roundup QuickPro hurt trees?
ARoundUp QuikPro is a product that will kill any plant or tree that you spray it on. It is non-selective, meaning it will affect anything it touches. If you have a large tree though, then you would have to use a large amount of RoundUp QuikPro directly on the stump or get it in the trunk of the tree by drilling into it for it to die. Larger trees are not normally affected by overspray or by applying RoundUp QuikPro to other plants or grass nearby.
05/10/2012 Edward from Vancouver, Wa 98665
QWhat is the approx. shelf life of a Roundup Quick Pro jug and Roundup Quick Pro packets?
Trying to find out which would be better for a homeowner who sprays, maybe 5-10 gallons per season.
ARound Up Quick Pro should be used with 3 years of the date of purchase for best results.
07/02/2012 Bouyin from Nj
QCan I use RoundUp QuickPro to kill bamboo?
I have a lot of bamboo. from under a fence and has over taken my yard. Would this Kill it? I dont CARE if i kill theirs too. it's because of them I have lost my backyard. If this were to kill it. how would I apply it? just spray the sticks and ground? or cut the shoot and spray the 10 sec? also, if it does kill it (bamboo).. would i have to till my yard or something.. or can I seed and fert. my lawn back to normal? thanks.
AYou can use Round Up QuickPro at the highest listed usage rate to help eliminate bamboo. You will be required to cut the bamboo down to a short stump and then apply the Round Up QuickPro. It can take several applications to achieve the desired results. You should contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff to see if you will be required to till your yard or if you can seed and fertilize only.
02/22/2012 Bill from Petersburg, Va
QCan I use crabgrass preventer in the vegetable garden?
Can I use the crabgrass preventer in the onion bed/tomato patch to prevent weeds
AUnfortunately pre-emergents and selective herbicides are not labeled to be used around edible gardens. They stay in the soil too long. Your only option is a round up type product, like our Round UP Quik Pro, and you can spot treat the weeds. Since Round UP does not stay in the soil very long, it can be used in these areas.
08/10/2016 Roger from Independence, Ohio
QHow long after Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs application can I replant new grass?
I want to knock out an area of undesirable grasses and need to replant quickly.
A You want to wait at least 2 weeks after†Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs†to replant.
You want to wait at least 2 weeks after†Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs†to replant.
06/13/2016 Raymond from Yorktown, Va
QHow long does it take Roundup QuikPRO to start working, or see signs of it working?
A With the Roundup QuikPRO this product generally will start working within†seven days of application. The type of weeds sprayed will depend on how long they take to die.
With the Roundup QuikPRO this product generally will start working within†seven days of application. The type of weeds sprayed will depend on how long they take to die.
06/05/2016 Jim from Savage, Mn
QWhat product, if any, can kill quackgrass in my established Kentucky bluegrass yard?
(I Live in Minnesota). I am hoping there is a broadcast spray that kills the quack grass but not my established yard.....
A Unfortunately there is not an herbicide that would kill the quackgrass without damage cool season turf, such as Kentucky Bluegrass.†If only a small area of the lawn is affected by the outbreak, spray only the affected area with†RoundUp Quick Pro. If the problem amounts to no more than a few spears of quackgrass in an area of your lawn, paint the individual spears with diluted RoundUp QuickPro. Becareful to avoid getting the product on desirable grass. If most of the lawn has been affected by quackgrass, the only sure fire way to get rid of it is to spray the entire lawn with Roundup. Spray when the lawn is growing actively, preferably in the spring. The treatment will kill the lawn grass as well as the quackgrass. After about two weeks, you may begin the replanting.
Unfortunately there is not an herbicide that would kill the quackgrass without damage cool season turf, such as Kentucky Bluegrass.†If only a small area of the lawn is affected by the outbreak, spray only the affected area with†RoundUp Quick Pro. If the problem amounts to no more than a few spears of quackgrass in an area of your lawn, paint the individual spears with diluted RoundUp QuickPro. Becareful to avoid getting the product on desirable grass. If most of the lawn has been affected by quackgrass, the only sure fire way to get rid of it is to spray the entire lawn with Roundup. Spray when the lawn is growing actively, preferably in the spring. The treatment will kill the lawn grass as well as the quackgrass. After about two weeks, you may begin the replanting.
04/08/2016 Aaron from Millen
QHow long to wait before planting garden seed after using Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs?
A You will need to wait at least 2 weeks to plant any type of seed after using Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs.†
You will need to wait at least 2 weeks to plant any type of seed after using Roundup QuikPRO - 5 x 1.5 oz. packs.†
03/16/2016 Connie from Cabot, Ar
QWill Roundup QuikPRO kill my grass as well as the weeds?
Can Roundup QuikPRO kill grass if it gets on the grass? I just want the weeds gone.
A Roundup QuikPRO is a nonselective herbicide, which means that it will kill just about anything that it is sprayed on, including your grass.† If you can give us more information about the type(s) of weeds you need to kill, we would be happy to recommend a product that you can use that will take care of the weeds and will not harm the grass.†
Roundup QuikPRO is a nonselective herbicide, which means that it will kill just about anything that it is sprayed on, including your grass.† If you can give us more information about the type(s) of weeds you need to kill, we would be happy to recommend a product that you can use that will take care of the weeds and will not harm the grass.†
08/17/2015 Donna from Ellijay, Ga
QCan I apply a non-selective herbicide such as RoundUP QuikPro in a Chapin hose end sprayer?
Need a long lasting non selective herbicide for 200 ft driveway using the Chapin hose end sprayer. Used Ground Clear in past but required mixture does not work with the Chapin. Have to give up tank spray application due to hand problems.
A We usually do not recommend applying herbicides or fungicides using a hose end applicator. Applying using a hand held or backpack sprayer offers better accuracy of application. You can apply a non-selective herbicide such as RoundUP QuikPro for eliminating anything currently on the driveway in a hose end sprayer.† However, you would only want to use a hose end sprayer if you wanted to kill all vegetation in a large area.† You must be careful when applying this product so it does not get on any plant or grass that you do not want to kill.† Also be attentive to over-spray when applying QuikPRO on a windy day. Please refer to the product label to apply the usage rate needed for your use.
We usually do not recommend applying herbicides or fungicides using a hose end applicator. Applying using a hand held or backpack sprayer offers better accuracy of application. You can apply a non-selective herbicide such as RoundUP QuikPro for eliminating anything currently on the driveway in a hose end sprayer.† However, you would only want to use a hose end sprayer if you wanted to kill all vegetation in a large area.† You must be careful when applying this product so it does not get on any plant or grass that you do not want to kill.† Also be attentive to over-spray when applying QuikPRO on a windy day. Please refer to the product label to apply the usage rate needed for your use.
05/13/2015 Rob from Va.
QWhich herbicide would work best for me?
I would like some information on which Herbicide would work best for me. I live in the mountains in northern VA and I would like to know what will kill pretty much whatever I spray. I have fences and really steep banks that have grass, weeds, small bushes and some brush. Would also like to know how many gallons it makes and if it is pet and animal safe
AIf you are seeking a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that will brush, grass, weeds and anything sprayed directly we would suggest RoundUp QuikPro. If you do not wish to harm your turgrass, please let us know the type of grass and weeds that you will be treating. We can find you a selective herbicide that fits your needs.
05/13/2015 Sue from United States
QI have a herb garden which I would like to make into a flower garden. How do I get rid of the herbs.
I have a garden that was planted in the ground near the house before I owned the house. I would like to turn the herb garden into a flower garden as I have to need for all the herbs (parsley, mint, sage,). How can I get rid of these herbs so they don't keep coming back???
ATo get rid of the herbs you could use Roundup and then be sure to till the garden very well.
04/25/2015 John from Ithaca, Ny
QCan I use RoundupQuikPro on flower beds and not kill the plants?
I was going to spray the RundUp QuickPro now and then sprinkle PREEN after the RoundUp QuickPro dries. Any harm in doing this to flower beds?
AYou may spray undersirable weeds and grass that are in flower beds with the RoundUp Quick Pro safely as long as you are careful to not get any overspray on desirable flowers and plants. Be sure to perform a direct application to undesirable weeds and grasses and perform this application on a calm day without any wind. Once the application of the RoundUp QuickPro dries it is perfectly safe to apply pre-emergents to prevent regrowth of undesirables.
04/06/2015 Steve from St. Charles, Mo
QNeed herbicide to kill broadleafs in Blueberry and Blackberry
Hello, I'm looking to apply herbicide for my blueberry and blackberry plants. I'm leaning towards Mesotrione or Carfentrazone. I'm looking to control post emergence broadleafs and fescue
AThe main product used for weeds or unwanted plants in an edible garden is a Roundup type product, like our RoundUp QuickPro product. Roundup Professional products do not leave a residual that could possibly be soaked up by the roots of your garden. Of course you do not want to get the RoundUp product on any plants you want to keep. You should only direct it at the weeds you want to get rid of.