Bamboo

Botanical name: Phyllostachys spp.

Description

Rhizomatous Bamboo is a very invasive weed and spreads rapidly through a system of runners (rhizomes) producing many loosely clumped shoots over large areas. It can be easily spread through rhizome cuttings in dumped garden waste. Control for bamboo can be very difficult and requires repeat application. To minimise problems with bamboo, choose varieties of bamboo which are clumping, rather than spreading.

Products to Use Bamboo

Eraze Max Total Weed Killer

Eraze Max 1L_Redpin copy

Eraze Max is a Total Weed Killer. The active constituent is 360g/L Glyphosate (present as the ¬†Isopropylamine and mono-ammonium salts) Eraze Max has a dual Active Formulation containing two forms of Gylphosate for fast effective control and is a broad spectrum herbicide. The product kills most broad leaf and grass weeds and is non residual […]… View Page

Read more