Many homeowners apply Roundup to their lawns, only to have the panic of discovering later that the lawn looks even worse than it did before. 

Sometimes homeowners choose the wrong type of Roundup for their gardening. 

Sometimes a homeowner actually uses the right weed killer for their lawn, but then the lawn dies, and they discover that what they thought was grass turned out to be mostly weeds and crabgrass. 

Today we will explore exactly what product to use, and how to fix grass killed by Roundup. 

How To Fix a Grass Killed By Roundup

Homeowners often panic after treating the lawn with Roundup However, these brown patches are a blessing in disguise. They make a perfect opportunity to overseed the grass and begin nurturing a lawn. 

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