We offer a wide range of weed killer products and professional herbicides. We stock quality brands of weed killer which targets all weeds and grasses, excellent for clearing large areas of unwanted foliage at affordable prices.
Selective weed killers target specific weeds such as docks, thistles, nettles or rush without damaging the surrounding grassland.
Garlon Ultra is a selective herbicide for controlling woody and invasive weeds in amenity grassland areas. It contains Aminopyralid and Triclopyr.
For use on: Bramble, gorse, buddleia, broom and Japanese knotweed
Spot treatment for docks, nettles and thistles
60ml = 10 ltr
It can be used for spot treatment. Ideally suited for knapsack use. Controls weeds in grassland (docks, nettles, thistles) and scrub (brambles, gorse).
Synero is a selective herbicide for controlling invasive species, scrub and deep-rooted perennials in amenity grassland areas. It contains Aminopyralid and Fluroxypyr.
Good leaf coverage will enable the active ingredients in Synero to penetrate the waxy surface and move to the plant’s roots, delivering high levels of control of a wide range of invasive species
Fast acting - rain-fast in only 1 hour
Versatile - Use on amenity grassland, including; roadside verges and rail embankments
Controls difficult species - weeds such as japanese knotweed and ragwort
Low application rate - High level of control and less product being applied.
For the control of Creeping Thistle in Established Grassland.
1 unit = 3 ltr
Gets to the root of the problem. It's the solution to long-term control using just one annual treatment. With Thistlex you're not paying for broad spectrum weed activity when you dont need it.
Squire Ultra from Interfarm controls docks and some annual broad
leaved weeds in grassland.
It contains 75% amidosulfuron in a water dispersible granule
Controls both broad and curled leaf docks in rotational and permanent
Doesn’t harm clover.
Amidosulfuron, a sulphonylurea herbicide, is fully systemic and slower
to act than traditional dock herbicides, moving throughout the weed,
especially into the roots resulting in high levels of control