Seems you can't trust a brand name to do what you expect nowadays . I expect "roundup" to kill through to the roots but not now.It's a great chemical topper, as the blurbs say it doesn't go into the root at all, even less if you chelate it with humates
I sprayed some acetic acid to try a 'succession cropping' experiment here, 5 weeks post application and the grass is coming back, and the clover never really left the building, perfect for what I wanted it to do. I put a tiny bit of salt in too just to annoy any slugs and help delay regeneration
Yes, could have used the same rate (c.250ml/ha of G360) but don't really like the idea of creating a resistance issue for no real reason.
My biggest question is why the hell would you put the word "roundup" anywhere near it, abit like labeling e-cigarettes as "smoke-free lung disease"