Clinic UP Weed Killer 1 Litre


A strong and very effective weed killer with a non-irritant formulation making it more user friendly than Gallup 360. One of the biggest selling professional weed killers in the UK – a great cost option for anyone looking to spray larger areas.


A soluble liquid herbicide containing 360 g/litre glyphosate acid present as 480 g/litre (41.5% w/w) isopropylamine salt and polyoxyethyleneamine surfactant. A foliar-applied, translocated herbicide for the control of annual and perennial weeds in a range of agricultural, horticultural, forestry, industrial, amenity and aquatic situations.

Clinic UP is a soluble liquid concentrate herbicide, containing the active ingredient glyphosate, for the control of most species of emerged annual and perennial grass and broad-leaved weeds. It is absorbed by the weed foliage and translocated to the growing points in the roots and to the underground rhizomes/stolons of perennial weeds.

Best results are obtained from applications made under good growing conditions (adequate soil moisture and warm/humid conditions), when the weeds are actively growing and at the recommended growth stages for treatment. After application, glyphosate is strongly adsorbed onto the soil particles and becomes practically immobilised within the soil. As a result, it has no further herbicidal activity and it is subsequently broken down by microbial activity. New crops can be sown or planted at very short intervals after application.


  • 360 g/litre of Glyphosate.
  • Control of annual and perennial weeds.
  • New crops can be sown or planted at very short intervals after application.
  • User-friendly, non-irritant formulation.
  • Economic option for spraying large areas.


NB: There are legal responsibilities on both the seller and buyer/user of professional strength weed killers such as Clinic. These responsibilities are covered by the ‘Plant Protection Products Regulations 2011’ and European legislation ‘Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009’. Details of these regulations can be found here.

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