(fire ants)

Fireant Sting 

Household Pests

Maxforce Baits 

Acrobat Ant

Advance Carpenter Ant Bait

Advance Dual Choice

Ant Baits

Ant Beds 

Animal Traps

Argentine Ant

Ascend Fireant Bait 

Bird Control


Bites and Stings 

Biting Flies 

Black Widow Spider


Boxelder Bugs

Brown Recluse Spiders

Brown Recluse Bite 

Carpenter Ant Bait

Carpenter Ants

Carpenter Bee


Cluster Fly 

Crazy Ant


Cypermethrin Insecticides 

Deltamethrin Dust 

Deltamethrin Spray 

Demon WP

Demon EC 


Drugstore Beetle 


Flea Control 

Fly Trap


Fruit Fly


Gourmet Ant Baits

Grits and Ants 

Hand Duster 

Home Pest Control

Image DG 

Image Herbicide

Indoor Ant Bait 

Insect Growth Regulators 

Insect Bites 

Lady Beetles

Manage Herbicide

Maxforce Professional Baits 

Maxforce Fireant Bait

Maxforce Roach Bait 

Mice, Mouse Control 

Mole Cricket

Mosquito Control 

Oleander Caterpillar 

Pest Control Equipment

Pesticides, Insecticides

Pharaoh Ant

Powder Post Beetle

Rat Zapper 2000 

Rat Traps 

Rats, Norway 

Rats, Roof 

Restaurant IPM 

Roach Bait






Snake Repellent 

Stainless Steel Sprayer 


Talstar Concentrate

Talstar Granules

Tempo Liquid Concentrate 

Tempo Wettable Powder 


Ultraviolet, Lighted Fly Traps 

Weed Control

White Footed Ants


Roundup Herbicide

Roundup Concentrates        General Information

Herbicide Index                    Pesticide Index

Roundup is a non-selective herbicide used to kill unwanted grasses and weeds.  It is available in professional strength liquid concentrate and professional dry concentrate formulations.  When Roundup  is sprayed on plant foliage, it is absorbed and then moved — or translocated — throughout the plant’s tissues.  Once inside the plant, Glyphosate (the active ingredient in Roundup)  inhibits the production of an enzyme, called EPSP synthase, which in turn prevents the plant from manufacturing certain aromatic amino acids essential for plant growth and life.  Glyphosate interrupts the metabolic process in plants, so its effect may not be visible for about four days in annual plants and up to seven days in perennial plants.  After application, the plant wilts and turns yellow, and then turns brown as the plant tissue deteriorates. At the same time, Glyphosate decomposes the plant’s underground roots and rhizomes.  Ultimately, the entire plant dies, is incapable of regenerating, and enriches the soil as it decomposes.
Tests have shown that Roundup, when used according to label directions, has no weed killing activity once in contact with the soil.  Glyphosate will not move in or on the soil to affect non-target vegetation, and it does not move through the soil to enter other non-target plants by the root system. Glyphosate is only effective when it comes into contact with the green, growing parts of plants.  Other tests have shown that Glyphosate binds tightly to most soil particles until it is degraded. This means that the likelihood of Roundup harming nearby plants is negligible, and there is an extremely low potential for Glyphosate to move into groundwater.

Concentrated Roundup

This herbicide is available in two forms:

Roundup QuikPro Dry Concentrate (this formulation replaces the original Roundup Pro Dry which is no longer in production.  This new QuikPro herbicide is packaged and used the same as the original formulation.  The improved product can also be tank mixed with Scythe, just as the original herbicide concentrate.
Cannot be shipped to MA, NY, NJ, NH, DE, CT, VT, HI, AK

Roundup Super Liquid Concentrate
Cannot be shipped to MA, NY, NJ, NH, DE, CT, VT, AK

Though the liquid concentrate is still being used, the professional dry formulation is rapidly gaining popularity.  QuikPro is easier and less expensive to ship and store; it is also easier to mix and use.