Questions tagged: zero

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Lesley
Answer: Hi Lesley, Yates Zero Glyphosate 490 g/l can be used to control Plumbago when used at 8 ml/L. As the weather warms up the new shoots will emerge an...
Category: General
Tags: zero
Answered: 11:46AM, 08 Aug 2011
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Lloyd
Answer: Hi Lloyd, Zero is a total herbicide which is used to kill grass prior to laying a new lawn, as it does not leave any residues in the soil. The more...
Category: Lawns
Tags: zero, lawn
Answered: 01:17PM, 16 Aug 2011
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Katja
Answer: Hi Katja, The best option to control the cobbler’s pegs in a vegetable garden is to use a weeding wand with Zero Glyphosate. If you use a sel...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 02:49PM, 19 Dec 2011
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TONY
Answer: Hi Tony, Agapanthus do spread easily so you may like to dig some out for friends and neighbours. If you spray with Yates Zero Glyphosate then more ...
Category: Pests
Tags: agapanthus, zero
Answered: 01:35PM, 04 Apr 2012
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Pauline
Answer: Hi Pauline, Glyphosate is effective against ivy however a different control technique is required. The best method to use is a paint and scrape me...
Category: Products
Tags: zero, ivy control
Answered: 02:14PM, 30 Oct 2012
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Rick
Answer: Hi Rick, Unfortunately we don’t have a selective weedkiller for your buxus hedge. You could try using Zero glyphosate (non by selective herbi...
Category: Weeds
Tags: zero
Answered: 01:42PM, 17 Oct 2014
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Rachel
Answer: These can be tricky weeds to get rid of. Zero is a systemic herbicide meaning that it will travel to all parts of the plant so if you are applying ...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 10:11AM, 23 Mar 2015
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Tristan
Answer: We redomedn that you take your pets inside or keep them from the area you are spraying when applying Yates Zero. Once you have checked the area spr...
Category: Weeds
Tags: pets, zero
Answered: 03:10PM, 23 Mar 2015
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Noel
Answer: You can let your children play in the area once you have checked that the sprayed area is dry. You should start to see the effects of the spray on ...
Category: Weeds
Tags: withholding, zero
Answered: 03:02PM, 02 Apr 2015
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Denise
Answer: The best weather conditions to apply Yates Zero Weedkiller is on a calm warm day when the plants are actively growing. This will maximise absorptio...
Category: Weeds
Tags: zero, application
Answered: 10:57AM, 07 Apr 2015
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Olwyn
Answer: Hi, Thank you for your email. You can control ivy and privet with Yates Zero 490 Super Concentrate. If it’s growing in garden beds, please be...
Category: Products
Answered: 11:53AM, 02 Feb 2016
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brendan
Answer: Hi Brendan, Thank you for contacting us regarding Yates Zero. Nanonic acid is an organic compound that is insoluble in water and help a quick brown...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 02:14PM, 14 Jul 2016
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bob
Answer: Hi Bob, Thank you for contacting us. Yates Zero weedkillers will surely kill the listed weeds on the product, however it will not be effective on t...
Category: Products
Answered: 02:15PM, 22 Aug 2016
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Jack
Answer: Hi Jack, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, there is no easy solution to your weed problem. The best way to try to control the weeds is...
Category: Lawns
Tags: weed, pasture, zero
Answered: 04:57PM, 10 Oct 2016
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Karen
Answer: Hi Karen, Thank you for contacting Yates. Thunbergia can be a painful weed to try and get a handle off. You have two options, you can try to remove...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 01:53PM, 25 Oct 2016
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Heather
Answer: Hi Heather, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately we don’t have selective herbicide that can be used to control the clover in your di...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 03:10PM, 10 Nov 2016
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Bev
Answer: Hi Bev, Thank you for contacting Yates. The 490g/L refers to the concentration of glyphosate in the product. To mix, please visit this page to view...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 09:35AM, 09 Jan 2017
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Wayne
Answer: Hi Wayne, Thanks for contacting Yates. Unfortunately we don’t have a selective herbicide for grassy weeds in lawn. The best thing to do is to...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 11:39AM, 08 Jul 2017
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Peter
Answer: Hi Peter, Thank you for contacting Yates. Couch grass can become quite invasive and set up quickly in your Buffalo Lawn. As couch is a faster growe...
Answered: 01:04PM, 14 Oct 2017
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chris
Answer: Hi Chris, Thank you for contacting Yates. Bamboo can be controlled using a non-selective herbicide, such as Zero Concentrate 490g, either to the le...
Category: General
Answered: 10:46AM, 01 Nov 2017
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Joanne
Answer: Hi Joanne, Thank you for contacting Yates. When applying a herbicide it is important to consider what plants you are trying to target. Our Yates Ze...
Category: Weeds
Tags: weeds, zero
Answered: 01:52PM, 05 Nov 2017
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Leann
Answer: Hi Leann, Thank you for contacting Yates. The foaming you are experiencing is part of the surfactant that is included in the product to allow it to...
Category: Products
Answered: 04:36PM, 30 Nov 2017
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graeme
Answer: Hi Graeme, Thank you for contacting Yates. Unfortunately, we don’t have a product in our range that can be selectively applied to the lawn to...
Category: Weeds
Answered: 09:02AM, 08 Dec 2017
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Reuben
Answer: Hi Reuben, Thank you for contacting Yates. The grass pictured is a form of paspalum grass. It can be very weedy and quick to grow in the lawns. Unf...
Category: Lawns
Answered: 01:26PM, 12 Jan 2018
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Linda
Answer: Hi Linda, Thank you for contacting Yates. Yuccas can be tricky to control and the best way to get them down is to use a non selective herbicide and...
Category: Pests
Answered: 06:02PM, 15 Feb 2018
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Glenda
Answer: Hi Glenda, Thank you for contacting Yates. The weed in the lawn is known as chickweed. It is hard to combat and many of the selective herbicides wo...
Category: Weeds
Tags: chickweed, lawn, zero
Answered: 12:06PM, 12 Mar 2018
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Jodie
Answer: Hi Jodie, Thank you for contacting Yates. When there are way more weeds than lawn (this includes the grassy weeds) sometimes it is best to kill the...
Category: Lawns
Tags: weeds, lawn, zero
Answered: 05:00PM, 16 Jul 2018
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Lindsay
Answer:  Hi Lindsay, Thank you for contacting Yates. As long as there is no rain in 6 hours after application, you won’t need to reapply. Hope this...
Category: Weeds
Tags: zero, rain fast
Answered: 12:21PM, 22 Sep 2018
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mel
Answer: Hi Mel, Thank you for contacting Yates. For standard Zero, rainfast is 6 hours and for Zero Rapid, the time is 30 min. Hope this helps and happy g...
Category: Weeds
Tags: zero, rainfast
Answered: 11:57AM, 09 Jan 2019
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John
Answer: Hi John, Thank you for contacting Yates. I would suggest waiting for 3 weeks before replanting around the sprayed area. Best Regards, Louise Yates ...
Category: Products
Answered: 04:13PM, 07 May 2019