# How much Roundup do you need for 10 Litres of water?

Label Rate L/ha | Equivalent Dilution Mls Roundup ProActive per litre water* |
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2 | 1:100 or 10 ml/litre water |

3 | 1:66 or 15 ml/litre water |

4 | 1:50 or 20 ml/litre water |

5 | 1:40 or 25 ml/litre water |

Keeping this in consideration, what is the ratio of Roundup to water?

For **Roundup** Weed & Grass Killer Concentrate Plus, mix from 3 ounces, or 6 tablespoons, to 6 ounces, or 12 tablespoons, concentrate with 1 gallon of **water**. For **Roundup** Weed & Grass Killer Super Concentrate, use from 1 1/2 ounces, or 3 tablespoons, to 2 1/2 ounces, or 5 tablespoons, per 1 gallon of **water**.

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**Roundup**: Water. Apply 2 x 2mL per 0.5m height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Paragrass 9L/ha 13mL/1L Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage.

Similarly one may ask, how much Roundup do I need for knapsack?

4 litres 1:50 or 20 ml per litre of water Arable weeds pre- planting of trees. 10 litres 1: 20 or 50 ml per litre of water Rhododendron. However, **Roundup** Pro Biactive works very well at low volumes and as the user has to carry his spray on his back Monsanto recommend the use of special low volume anvil nozzles.

1) What is the dilution rate for **Gallup** H&G, **Gallup XL** or **Gallup** Biograde 360 in a knapsack sprayer? Add 24 millilitres of product to 1 **litre water** to treat an area of 40 square metres.