Hello,

The consensus of an effective and strong weed killer appears to be Glyphosate 360 Concentrate, of which is 360 grams/litre

Mixing directions state:

24ml diluted in 1 litre of Water.

Therefore, what would be the final strength of such a dilution?

Thus, how much of the Glyphosate 360 is contained within the mixed Solution once diluted ?

I’m of the understanding that 360g/litre relates to its strength and if only 24ml is used and diluted with 1 litre of water, the final mix will not be as strong as implied.

In comparison, 1 litre sized Ready to Use Weed Killers, (which require no mixing) tend to state the active ingredient (Glyphosate) as being of 7.5g/litre.

I’m wondering; that once the Glyphosate 360 Concentrate is mixed as directed, will the final strength of the mixed solution be close to the 7.5g/litre of the Ready To Use Weed Killers ?

Prior to posting here, I did search the web for dilution formulas, of which and when found, were way beyond my level of understanding, although my search did lead me to this forum.

I’ll be grateful for an answer to my question.

Thanks