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What is the difference between chemical weed killer and herbicide?
A chemical weed killer is easier to apply because you only need to spray it on the plant. The herbicide takes over at that point to kill the unwanted plant. The spray application of weed killer often makes it difficult to control. While aiming at the unwanted plant, the herbicide can splatter onto nearby plants that you want to keep.
What are the advantages and disadvantages of chemical weed killers?
Chemical weed killers, known as herbicides, aid in controlling unwanted plants, but the chemicals come with unpleasant and sometimes dangerous side effects. Understanding the advantages and disadvantages of using a chemical weed killer helps you determine if the product is right for your gardening needs.
Does herbicide kill all plants?
For example, a selective herbicide labelled for control of weeds in lawns will kill broadleaf weeds, dandelions, thistles, but will not kill grass. Non-selective herbicides – kills all plants in the area where it is applied.
What are weed killers used for?
Weed killers or herbicides are used for the control of weeds. A large number of products for use in the garden are available but these domestic products (as opposed to professional agricultural products) only contain a few different herbicidal compounds.