a type of systemic herbicide, e.g., Roundup® for land or Rodeo® for wetlands or near water.
A total translocated herbicide. Commonly used in cleaning stubbles or grassland destruction. Roundup is the best known trade name.
Roundup Pro, Accord
Commonly used herbicide in prairie restoration. It breaks down into safe components, such as water and nitrogen. Sold under the brand names of Kleenup and Roundup, among others.
(Roundup®): a nonselective herbicide that, when applied post-emergence, is effective on many perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds.
The active chemical ingredient of the systemic herbicide RODEO®.
The active ingredient in Roundup herbicide. Roundup is a post-emergent herbicide, and is the world's leading nonselective herbicide brand, used primarily in agricultural settings.
the chemical component of the heribicide Roundup by Monsanto. Glyphosate tolerant crops are mainly sold under the brand name "Roundup Ready" or "RR"
Glyphosate (N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine, C3H8NO5P) is a non-selective systemic herbicide to kill weeds, especially perennials.