Long Lasting

Residual weed killers (also known as long lasting) give longer lasting weed control by creating a barrier layer in the soil which stops weeds from germinating. Long lasting weed killers work well on porous surfaces such as driveways and paths and can often keep weeds at bay for up to 6 months.

Residuals are frequently mixed with a total weed killer which controls weeds that are present but also reduces future weed re-growth.

Shop By
Application Method
  1. Boom Sprayer (4)
  2. Controlled Droplet (1)
  3. Granular Applicator (1)
  4. Knapsack (5)
  5. Pump Spray (3)
  6. Spreader (1)
  7. TDC Applicator (1)
  8. Watering Can (1)
Show Less Show More
Type
  1. Total Weed Killer (3)
  2. Long Lasting (7)
Format
  1. Granule (1)
  2. Liquid (4)
  3. Soluble Powder (2)
Treats
  1. Annual Broad-leaved Weeds (7)
  2. Annual Grasses (7)
  3. Annual Meadow Grass (7)
  4. Bindweed (2)
  5. Bramble (1)
  6. Broad-leaved Dock (4)
  7. Broom (1)
  8. Buckthorn (1)
  9. Buttercup (3)
  10. Chickweed (3)
  11. Cleavers (3)
  12. Clover (3)
  13. Couch Grass (2)
  14. Creeping Buttercup (3)
  15. Creeping Thistle (3)
  16. Curled Dock (2)
  17. Daisy (3)
  18. Dandelion (6)
  19. Deadnettle (4)
  20. Dock (3)
  21. Knot Grass (1)
  22. Nettle (4)
  23. Perennial Broad-leaved Weeds (5)
  24. Perennial Grasses (7)
  25. Plantain (6)
  26. Ragwort (4)
  27. Redshank (3)
  28. Rosebay Willowherb (4)
  29. Rye Grass (3)
  30. Self-heal (1)
  31. Sowthistle (4)
  32. Spear Thistle (3)
  33. Speedwell (4)
  34. Thistle (3)
  35. Tough Herbaceous & Woody Weeds (2)
  36. Tough Weeds (2)
  37. White Clover (1)
  38. Woody Weeds (1)
Show Less Show More
Scenario
  1. Bare Soil (7)
  2. Beneath Pylons (1)
  3. Cemeteries (3)
  4. Established Shrubs (2)
  5. Established Trees (2)
  6. Fence Lines (7)
  7. Gravel Driveways (5)
  8. Gravel Paths (5)
  9. Hard Surfaces (1)
  10. Industrial (4)
  11. Power Stations (3)
  12. Timber Yards (2)
  13. Waste Ground (5)
Show Less Show More
Area Covered (m2)
  1. 1 - 500 (2)
  2. 501 - 1,000 (1)
  3. 1,001 - 5,000 (4)
  4. 5,001 - 10,000 (1)
  5. 10,001 - 15,000 (2)
Show Less Show More
Area Covered (Acres)
  1. 0 - 1 (5)
  2. 2.1 - 5 (3)
Area of Use
  1. Agricultural (1)
  2. Amenity Vegetation (3)
  3. Areas Not Intended To Bear Vegetation (4)
  4. Farm Forestry (1)
  5. Forestry (2)
  6. Hard Surfaces (1)
  7. Hard Surfaces (Railway Ballast Only) (3)
  8. Home Garden (1)
  9. Horticultural (1)
  10. Industrial (2)
  11. Natural Surfaces Not Intended To Bear Vegetation (5)
  12. Permeable Surfaces (3)
  13. Permeable Surfaces Overlying Soil (3)
Show Less Show More
Size Grams
  1. 50 g (2)
  2. 150 g (1)
Grid  List 
Grid  List