How Much Roundup Will Kill Conventional Corn?
Roundup herbicide is a systemic weed and grass killer. When sprayed upon any unwanted growth, including corn, the plant moves the chemical to the roots, causing the plant to die. The green growth on corn must be sprayed so most of it receives the chemical. One application is sufficient.
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