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Bioweed weed control

ABOUT BIOWEED WEED CONTROL

Bioweed is a non-selective weed killer that works fast on contact with the weed to rapidly desiccate and burn weeds. It works by stripping the outer coating of contacted plant and seed material, causing cell collapse and desiccation. The plant uses its natural water cycle to pull water and energy out of the root system and dehydrate the plants growth system. Bioweed will not only kill the weed, it will also lower your count of seeds in the ground, which means less applications and waiting time to having a perfect weed free garden.  

As Bioweed is a contact herbicide, if you spray directly on to grass it will kill the grass. So, you need to target and achieve full coverage of the weed in the grass. If you get a little contact with the surrounding grass, you will see some browning of the grass, but this will grow out. 

Pine oil, Bioweed is 100% sourced from sustainably farmed pine trees, hand tapped, farmed and managed by indigenous stewards. Providing them with an income and support for their local community. 

The pine oil we use is hand tapped and fully sustainable, from a few sources around the world.

The relevance of the hand tapped is that this product is fully sustainable. The pine oil is extracted by traditional means by ‘tapping’ the pine tree. This means that the pine oil is at its most pure state.

 

Direct contact with seed on the weed or in/on the soil will cause de-naturing of seed coat. This leads to the desiccation of the seed embryo and making the seed in-viable.

Bioweed will only suppress the seeds that it comes in to contact with. It is classed as a post emergent (basically attacks seeds above ground). Bioweed is non-residual it will not sit in the soil. It is important to note that if used over long term the seed bank will be controlled as less seeds are being added to the seed bank. Spray patterns can be reduced by 50% over the long term.

Bioweed will control a large range of herbaceous and grass type weeds. It will also suppress the seed of these plants. Bioweed will not control woody weeds such as lantana and devils fig. This is because it works on the waxy cuticle of the leaf and not the lignin (trunk).

Off target damage is very low. As explained above, Bioweed will not damage tree root systems and trunks. This is because it is not a systemic herbicide. Bioweed will not trans-locate throughout the soil and will break down into carbon within 72 hours. Bioweed is perfect for control of weeds around new garden planting and valuable plants.

Dependent on the storage of Bioweed, it is registered to have a shelf life of 2 years. (See label)

Bioweed will control most types of grasses. As it is not a conventional herbicide, full coverage of the grass is needed to get full control. If using Bioweed as an edging tool, a fine edge can be achieved as it will not retract back into the lawn area. Please note that when treating mature grasses with ‘runners’ a follow up treatment in 4-7 days will be required.

With no withholding period Bioweed is safe for pets and animals to use the area immediately after the area is dry. This will ensure maximum time for the weed killer on the leaf surface for best results.

If application label is followed, Bioweed will achieve a full kill of targeted plants. Mature weeds will need slashing, or brush cutting prior to treatment to control and may require follow up treatments.

With no withholding periods, Bioweed is safe for animals. We recommend always keep pets away from treated areas while the spray is wet. Once dried pets can return to the area. 
 
Bioweed is a non-systemic natural herbicide that will not affect bee and insect populations when used as per directions (i.e do not directly spray on to insects).

Do not apply Bioweed if water bodies, water courses or wetlands are within 30m down-wind of the application area.

If using Bioweed as an edging tool, a fine edge can be achieved as it will not retract back into the lawn area. Please note that when treating mature grasses with ‘runners’ a follow up treatment in 4-7 days will be required.

Bioweed is approved by NASAA, ACO and APVMA for use around organic farms and food production.

Yes, we recommend you use gloves and goggles when mixing and using Bioweed. As Bioweed is an herbicide this places us in the same category as all herbicides. The regulatory bodies we have to answer to requires us to have certain warnings on our products even though there are no nasties in our products.

Bioweed has been tested on both beneficial bacteria and mycelium and will have no effect on the population long term, this is the same for earth worms. With Bioweed being a non-residual, it allows the soil microbes to break the Bioweed down in the soil within 72 hours.

It depends on the weather conditions and amount of Bioweed you are spraying at the time as to how quickly the Bioweed will dry. We recommend for best results to spray Bioweed on a hot sunny day.

Bioweed has no withholding period, which means it’s safe for use around grazing animals. We recommend always keep animals away from treated areas while the spray is wet. Once dried animals can return to the area. This ensures the weedkiller maximum time on the leaf surface.

Bioweed will work from a mix rate of 10% for small or emerging weeds and up to 20% for mature and stubborn weeds. We always recommend testing at a low mix rate between 10-15% and a bit of trial and error and learning the best efficiency on your targeted weeds.

It depends on the weeds you are trying to kill. Some weeds have visible symptoms within minutes.

Bioweed is PH neutral it will not affect your soils PH.

It depends on what weeds you are spraying, the mix rate you are using, if you slashed back first and how dense and mature the weeds are. As a general rule please see below. 

1L Ready to spray = approx. 10m2
5L Ready to spray = approx. 50m2

Concentrate | % | L of product | m2 coverage 

5L | 20% | 25L = 400m2
5L | 10% | 50L = 800m2 

10L | 20% | 50L = 800m2
10L | 10% | 100L = 1600m2 

Yes, Bioweed can be used on sand, as long as you can make good contact with the weed.

Bioweed is non-residual and will break down into carbon within 72 hours. We recommend a 72-hour period before re-seeding.

For hand held sprayers, keeping the spray nozzle close to the intended spray target is the single most important means of use. This will ensure that the spray completely penetrates the foliage and accesses the all important centre and base of the plant. As with all herbicides – if you wish to treat mature or large plants it is often more effective to remove them by mechanical means (slashing or mowing) and then treat the emerging regrowth.

Yes, Bioweed is perfect for use in and around synthetic grass as it won’t damage the grass. Please be aware it may be slippery in the area you spray until the product dries.  

Bioweed works well around roses. When spraying it will not affect the stem, just be careful not to spray on the actual leaves otherwise they will brown off. 

WEEDS CONTROLLED

Bioweed will struggle to completely kill Acanthus as it can become quite thick and dificult to manage.

Yes, Bioweed will work on this grass. We recommend slashing the weed prior to application and really drench it at the base of the plant. It will require follow up applications as soon as it reshoots to kill off the root system.

No, Bioweed will not work for Agapanthus.

Yes, make sure to cut back prior to application and ensure full coverage.

No, Bioweed will not work for Arum Lily.

No, Asparagus Fern is too woody for Bioweed. 

No, Asthma Weed is too woody for Bioweed.

Bioweed will control Bathurst Burrs if it isn’t too mature. Bioweed will also control the seeds that it comes into contact with. Mature plant will need follow up treatments.  

No, Bamboo is too woody for Bioweed.

Yes, Bioweed will work, we recommend slashing the weed prior to application and really drench it at the base of the plant. It will require follow up applications as it reshoots to kill off the root system.

Yes, Bioweed will work, we recommend slashing the weed prior to application and really drench it at the base of the plant. It will require follow up applications as it reshoots to kill off the root system.

Yes, Bioweed will kill Bindi weed and is also great to kill off the seed heads. 
 
As Bioweed is a contact herbicide, if you spray directly on to grass it will kill the grass. So just need to target the weed and get full coverage to kill the Bindi. If you get a little contact with the surrounding grass, you will see some browning of the grass, but this will grow out. 

No, Bindweed is a climber and has intricate roots that Bioweed cannot penetrate.

Mature Blackberry plants are too woody for Bioweed. Bioweed will only kill Blackberry when it is at a VERY early growth stage.

Bioweed will only suppress immature Blue Heliotrope. We recommend to slash prior to application and saturate to the point of run off, it will require repeat applications as it reshoots.

Bioweed will only kill Blue Hound’s Tongue while in the rosette stage.

Bioweed will only suppress Blue Portaweed. We recommend to slash prior to application and saturate to the point of run off, it will require repeat applications as it reshoots.

No, Boxthorn is too woody for Bioweed.

No, Brambles is too woody for Bioweed.

Bioweed will only control young emerging Bracken Fern, not mature plants.

Yes, Bioweed will control Buchan Weed. We suggest slashing prior to application and ensure a full coverage.

Bioweed is non-selective, so it may cause dieback on the areas sprayed.

Bioweed will only suppress Buffel Grass. Slash prior to application and drench the base – ensuring full coverage. Depending on how established the grass is, it may require follow up applications.

Yes, we recommend to slash prior to application and ensure full coverage. It may require follow up applications depending on how established the weed is.

Bioweed will work on young emerging Caltrop but will struggle to control the mature plant. We recommend slashing the weed prior to application and then spray, ensuring full coverage to point of run-off.

No, Cape Honeysuckle is too woody. Bioweed may suppress it at young growth stages with follow up applications.

Yes, Bioweed will kill Capeweed, we suggest slashing the area first, then apply a full coverage application. Depending on how established the weed is it may require follow up applications.

Yes, slash prior and ensure a full coverage application.

As Cat’s Claw is a climber, it is difficult to guarantee complete coverage, therefore Bioweed will only be able to suppress it.

Yes, we suggest slashing the area first, then apply a full coverage application. Depending on how established the weed was it may require follow up applications.

Chickweed is a ground cover creeper. Being that Bioweed is a contact herbicide, it is important to ensure full coverage for an effective kill.

Yes, Bioweed will kill clover.

Yes, it will kill Cobblers Pegs and the seed that Bioweed comes into contact with.

Bioweed will kill the couch that it comes into direct contact with; however, as couch has runners and a prolific root system it is difficult to get a full coverage. Couch would require full coverage application and will need follow up applications to keep it suppressed.

Yes, Bioweed will treat Crabgrass.

No, Crofton weed is too thick/woody for Bioweed.

Bioweed will only be able to suppress Crow’s Foot as it has a prolific root system.

Yes, it will kill dandelions. We suggest spraying the heads before they blow away and spread further. 

No, Devils Fig is too woody.

Yes, it will kill Dock.

Bioweed will only control and suppress Doublegee weed. Bioweed will however kill the seed that it comes into direct contact with and stop it from spreading further.

Yes, Bioweed will kill farmers friend easily as well as the seeds.

Bioweed will not kill Feathertop rhodes grass due to it’s massive root system.

Bioweed will assist in suppressing it but will not be able to kill completely. The best method we could suggest would be to pull it out.

Yes, slash prior to application and ensure full coverage to all of the foliage.

No, Foxglove is too thick for Bioweed.

Bioweed will control Foxtail. However, as it is a clump forming plant, ideally you want to physically control it before spraying, to ensure you get adequate coverage at the base.

No, Galvanised Burr is too woody for Bioweed.

Yes, slash prior to application and ensure full coverage, it may require follow up applications depending on how established it is.

Yes, although it will require multiple applications.

Bioweed will only be able to suppress younger Gorse and will need follow up applications.

If the grass has a tap root, make sure to cut it back and saturate with Bioweed completely (to the point of run-off). Depending on how established the grass is, it may need follow up applications.

Yes, slash prior to application and ensure full coverage, it may require follow up applications depending on how established it is.

Yes, slash prior to application and ensure full coverage, it may require follow up applications depending on how established it is.

No, Hawthorn is too woody for Bioweed.

No, Holly Ivy is too woody for Bioweed.

Yes, ensure to slash prior, depending on how established it is it may require multiple applications. Bioweed is great for seed control.

No, too thick. Possibly see success at a very early growth stages, however it would not work on established plants.

Inkweed can grow to become quite shrub-like. Bioweed will only kill immature Inkweed. Slash and ensure full coverage.

Yes, and the seed that Bioweed comes into direct contact with.

Bioweed will only be able to suppress Kikuyu. Bioweed will not travel underground to kill the roots, so it will re-shoot. Follow up treatments are required for control.

No, Lantana is too woody.

Yes, Bioweed will kill Lichen.

As liverwort is an aquatic weed, Bioweed will not be effective against it.

Slash prior to application and really saturate the base, it may require follow up applications. Bioweed is great for seed control.

Yes, it will work for Marshmallow weed.

Bioweed will kill young or emerging Mexican Clover.

Morning Glory can bounce back from its roots pretty easily and it is a massive climber, it would be difficult to get adequate coverage for an effective kill.

Yes, please ensure full coverage.

No, it is too thick and a prolific spreader.

Bioweed is great for seed control of this weed, it is difficult to kill completely.

Yes, it will need multiple applications.

Yes, Bioweed will kill nettle.

Bioweed will suppress Nutgrass but it will take several treatments to control completely. This is because for every nut grass plant there can be multiple seeds or nuts under the plant. With follow up treatments you will be able to control the plant and the seed that the plant produces to stop germination in the future. It is important to get full coverage (to the point of run off) of the nutgrass. Best results are seen when applied in the morning of a hot sunny day. 

Oleander is very difficult to control as it is a “woody” weed. We recommend digging out or cutting back then solarising.   

If the onion grass is in flower Bioweed can suppress it. It will struggle to kill bulbs if the plant is dormant. We have had success with customers using Bioweed on onion grass in gravel/rocks.  

Bioweed will control onion weed. It is important to get full coverage of the weed. This is because Onion weed is a bulbing plant and stores a lot of its energy underground. If you are able to target the crown or center of the plant, you will achieve a full kill. Best time to spray is when the plant is flowering, and the bulb is at its weakest. Repeat applications will be needed, coverage and timing are key in the control of onion weed. 

Ox-Eye Daisy is a difficult weed to control due to its running root system. It may take multiple applications to eliminate the plant, however Bioweed will be effective in killing its seed (which it produces a lot of) and controlling spread. 

Slash prior to application and ensure full coverage to the point of run off. It will need to be resprayed as soon as it reshoots to help starve the bulb underground and kill it off. It will require follow up applications.

Bioweed can treat early infestation, it will need multiple treatments due to its bulbs and underground stems. 

Bioweed is not recommended to be used on Paddy Melons as they are a vine species. Unless they are just young sprouting plants (5-10cm).  
 
If it is between 5-10cm, one treatment should be enough to kill. Make sure it’s a fresh seedling and not a slashed plant that has come back up as this will mean root systems are much larger. 

Bioweed won’t kill pampas lily of the valley unless just emerging as it is a vine type weed. It may also need multiple applications. 

Bioweed will control Paramatta grass. Slash prior to application and really saturate the base of the plant, it will require follow up applications.

Yes, slash prior to application and ensure full coverage, it may require follow up applications depending on how established it is.

Yes, ensure you spray the seed heads and saturate to the point of run off.

Bioweed will control Paterson’s curse, but it may take more than one application to achieve.

Yes, ensure full coverage.

Bioweed will not kill Periwinkle as it is a woody weed/shrub. It is best controlled at young stages of growth and may need follow up treatments.  

Bioweed will control Phalaris, best results at young stages of growth.  

Young Pigweed only – before the weed becomes mature and woody.

Yes, Bioweed will kill plantain.

No, Privet is too woody.

No, can be too thick/woody.

Yes, but will require full coverage application.

Bioweed will treat young emerging Ragweed, but once mature, they can be quite woody at the base. At a mature growth stage Bioweed will not be effective.

Yes, Bioweed will control rat’s tail. We recommend removing seed heads and slash prior to application ensuring full coverage spray. It will require follow up applications.

Yes, Bioweed will kill richardia, it may need follow up treatments.  

Bioweed will not kill Robinia Suckers, but it may suppress it with numerous applications.

Yes, full coverage to the point of run off is required and repeat applications will be needed.  

Yes, Bioweed will kill thistle if small.  
 
If they are big cut them first and then apply to the rosette. If larger ones may need a follow up application to kill completely.

Bioweed will suppress Sedge, but it is a difficult plant to control.  

To control Seteria grass several, follow up treatments will be needed as it has a massive root system.  

Bioweed may suppress sensitive weed. Full coverage is needed and slash or mow back if over 15cm. 

Bioweed will not kill serrated tussock, it may suppress it after slashing if over 15cm and repeat applications.  

Bioweed will control Signal grass and its seed, it will need multiple applications. 

Larger sorrel plants can have a large root system if they have been there awhile. So, it may be necessary to follow up after spraying (within a week) that should stop the plants coming up. The new ones are from the seed bank in the ground so will take time to kill those completely. 

Bioweed will not kill Singapore daisy, it may suppress it after repeat applications. If you are removing the bulk of the plant by hand don’t leave it on the ground as it will re shoot.  

It will only work if the plant is at its smaller stages. Otherwise, it will need follow ups. 

Yes, Bioweed will work on this weed. Best to get Shepherd’s Purse early to control in one go. 

Yes, Bioweed will control St John’s wort. For best results spray the weed at full coverage – to the point of run off and on a hot sunny day. 

Bioweed will not kill Syngonium. We recommend pulling it out and dispose of in the bin as the roots can reshoot from any point.  

No, Tiger Grass is too thick for Bioweed.

Bioweed won’t kill tobacco weed as it is a woody weed, you may get suppression at it’s youngest stage of growth.  

Bioweed will suppress three corner jacks, it may take more than one application to eradicate. 

Bioweed will not kill Turkish rhubarb, it may suppress at a younger stage but will not kill. 

Wandering Jew is a difficult weed to control. This is due to their creeping ability and the tough waxy coating of the plant. Follow up treatments will be required to control this plant. If you are able to remove the bulk of the plant (do not leave on the ground as it will re shoot) then spray the emerging plants, you will achieve control. 

Bioweed will kill Wild Oat, but full coverage is needed to achieve a kill 

Bioweed does not kill wild radish it may suppress younger plants but will struggle to kill larger ones.  

Bioweed will control the younger plants, it will need follow up treatments for mature plants. They usually only like disturbed soil so over time once the grass or plants take over, they shouldn’t come back.  

Bioweed will kill winter grass and its seed heads. 

Bioweed will work on Wire Weed, however, it may need multiple applications to kill off completely, depending on how mature the weed is. We recommend slashing the area first and then spraying – ensure a full coverage application. 

Bioweed will not kill wisteria as it is a very woody plant.

DEFINITIONS

Control: Stops weeds from reaching a mature stage of growth. 

Suppression: Greatly reduces or stops growth and vegetative development of a weed without killing it. 

Eradicate/Kill: The elimination of all live plant parts and viable seeds of a weed from a site.  

A selective herbicide is used to kill weeds, but does not kill the valuable plant. Non-selective herbicides are the herbicide of choice for people who want to kill all vegetation in an area.

Bioweed is a non-selective weed killer that works fast on contact with the weed to rapidly desiccate and burn weeds.

Bioweed’s active ingredient is pine oil where other organic herbicides are usually based on an acid.
Acid based herbicides work via a burning action. Where Bioweed strips back the waxy coating of the leaves, dehydrating the plant and ensuring it cannot obtain energy to grow. 

A withholding period (WHP) is the time that must pass between chemical application, including through the feeding of treated feed, and the slaughter, collection, harvesting or use of the animal commodity for human consumption. These are mandatory for the domestic market and are on the label of all registered products.

As Bioweed has no withholding period it can be used around animals without any need to keep them away from treated areas.

Conventional herbicides come in two main categories, post and pre-emergent. Simply put, post-emergent means that it kills the weeds around they have come out of the ground. Pre-emergent means that they sit in the soil killing the weed seed when it is germinating.

Bioweed is a post-emergent herbicide that has pre-emergent qualities. This just means that Bioweed will control the weed the is current growth but also has the power to suppress the seeds that it contacts. This is the big difference in Bioweed’s seed suppression ability – It does not have to wait in the soil for the seed to germinate to kill it but sterilises the seed on contact. One of the biggest issues with conventional pre-emergent is that it stays in your soil for many months and can negatively affect your soil health. As Bioweed is non-residual it will suppress the seed and within 72hrs Bioweed will break down in the soil. 

Rosette is a term for the stage when the plant is at its lowest and doesn’t have the stem shooting out of the middle.

Plant Food & Probiotics

ABOUT PLANT FOOD & GARDEN PROBITOTICS

A soil probiotic is another name for soil microorganisms. They are the small workhorses of the natural world that break down of organic matter and cycle nutrients into a form that plants can use to grow. They are not only vital to the plant’s ability to uptake nutrients but also play a role in the development of a healthy soil structure.

Nutrients for plants can be broken down in to two main groups, macro and micronutrients. Macro nutrients are nutrients that are needed in large amounts for the everyday functions of a plant. These can be called the building blocks of the plant. You may have heard of Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). These are all macronutrients that the plants need to survive. RE-250 is a great addition to your soil as it can help to unlock and distribute these nutrients to the plant’s root systems. Micronutrients are just as important, but plants only need small amounts. Some of the common ones are Iron (Fe), Manganese (Mn) and Copper (Cu). Biotic booster has been shown to increase the availability of these nutrients in the root zone to aid the uptake by your plants.

Previously soil was thought to play a supporting role in the growth of plants. With the increase in technology and scientific research, a new understanding of the importance of a healthy living soil ecosystem has been established. We now know that it is the most important part of a plant’s productivity. With the use of plant probiotics from Greenpro Solutions, you can keep your soil healthy while limiting the impact on the environment.

Synthetic fertilisers usually contain a high concentrate Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium with some other micronutrients. Although they are in a readily available form that plants can use, they can also leach out of the soil quickly. This means that you may have to fertilise your plants several more times during a growing season. Organic fertilisers, on the other hand, can have a larger range of macro and micronutrients but need bacteria in the soil to help break them down in to plant food. We recommend using both the RE-250 and Biotic booster to achieve a long term wholistic fertilisation for your plants.

Yes, as the RE-250 and FP-60 bacteria are stable you can mix with liquid fertiliser. The rule of thumb is if the fertiliser will not damage the plant’s root system or foliage, it will not harm the microbial population. We recommend using the RE-250 and Biotic booster together to get the benefit of the bacteria and organic fertiliser as they work symbiotically. Studies have shown that there have been increases in plant productivity when both microbes and organic matter have been used.

The short answer is no. If you are looking to increase a population of the beneficial bacteria to your plant’s root zone it is much better to re-apply the RE-250 every two weeks. This is because there is only a certain number of bacteria that is needed to establish a healthy population. It can be thought of the same as applying fertiliser. If you repeat the applications every few weeks you will see an increase in productivity but if you applied the fertiliser all at once you will see a decrease. The same goes for soil probiotics.

All plant food and garden probiotic products are made to be safe to use around all pets and animals. As there is no withholding period it is safe to apply in the yard without harming your animals and the native wildlife.

It is recommended that dechlorinated water is used for the mixing of both RE-250 and FP-60 as heavily chlorinated water can affect the productivity of the microbes. If you do not have access to tank or dam water, dechlorinated water can be made by either boiling tap water and letting it completely cool down or leaving a bucket of tap water outside in the sun for 24hrs.

The germination of bacillus will happen quickly after it has been exposed to water. After waiting the recommended 20 minutes before watering in the microbial population will take roughly 2-3 days before a becoming colonised.

Because the beneficial bacteria colonise the root system and not the soil itself it is dependent on the plant type that you are applying the RE-250 to. Once the plant has been removed the bacteria will return to spores and break down over time. When planting a new crop, reapply the RE-250 to re-establish a healthy bacterial population.

It is important that the RE-250 soil energizer is applied as close to the root system as possible. Beneficial bacteria need to detect the chemicals that a plants root system gives off so the closer you can get the product to the root system the better chance of establishing a population you will have. It is important to note that it may be more difficult to get to the root system in clay and heavy soils so repeat applications may be required.

RE-250 and Biotic booster have been shown to increase the size of plant root systems. This is highly beneficial as it does not only increase the drought resistance of the plant by being able to reach deeper for water but also increases the plant’s chances of retrieving vital nutrients that are needed for growth.

It is important to reapply all three products as directed by the instructions. Plants need healthy soil to achieve maximum growth so if the soil is imbalanced it can affect the population the same way that it can affect your plants. Reapplying will ensure that the bacterial population stays healthy and in turn, helps your plants stay healthy.

RE-250 and FP-60 can protect your plant’s root system and foliage from disease and pathogens by creating a protective sheath around the nodes of the roots and leaf surface, meaning the diseases are not able to penetrate the plant. The bacteria also have a symbiotic relationship with the plant and can help tell the plant to produce chemicals to control unwanted pests. Reapplying the RE-250 and FP-60 before seasonal outbreak times will help to defend against the usual diseases.

It is recommended that the products be stored in a dark cool place in an airtight container. This will increase the longevity of the product and ensure that you have stable microbes for future use.

Greenpro Solutions have been researching for years to develop and find the most stable and productive strains of Bacillus. Both the RE-250 and the FP-60 have several different strains that work together to give a wholistic approach to soil microbes. Increasing yield and plant productivity. The science behind our Plant Probiotics has been used for years in some of the most arid places on the planet to help farm these spaces.

Orders & shipping

ORDERS & PAYMENTS

All orders that have been successfully placed will be accompanied by an order confirmation via email. This should come through within an hour from purchase and can sometimes land in the junk or spam folder so don’t forget to look in there!

If you didn’t receive this email, please contact our Customer Service team so we can ensure that everything has been processed correctly.

We’re really sorry that an item you’ve been waiting for has arrived damaged!

If you receive a damaged or faulty item, please get in touch with us and we will arrange a replacement.
info@bioweed.com.au or 1300 907 107.

We work to get your order to you as quickly as possible, so once your order is placed it’s not usually possible to make any changes.

If you’re able to immediately contact us by phone (during business hours), sometimes we’re still able to update your address or cancel an order if it’s not yet on its way to you. Emails and contact forms don’t get to us quickly enough to try to make a change, so please call us as soon as possible.

If you accidentally entered the wrong address, please let us know and we’ll contact our postal service provider to ask that they update this for you or return your delivery to us. If they are able to return to us, we will then contact you to confirm the correct address.

Bioweed is sold exclusively online at www.bioweed.com.au.

You can place your online order using any of the following payment options:

  • We accept all major domestic credit cards (VISA, Mastercard)
  • PayPal
  • Apple Pay
  • After Pay
  • Google Pay
  • Zip Pay

Purchase in store or online pick-up from our Sunshine Coast office located at 9 Research Street, Coolum Beach. Open Monday to Thursday 8am – 4pm and Friday 8am – 3pm.

SHIPPING & POSTAGE

All orders are fulfilled from Sunshine Coast, Queensland. We endeavor to dispatch orders which are in stock within two business days of receiving confirmation of payment. All deliveries are insured and tracked.

Flat Rate Shipping Australia Wide at an unbeatable price of just $12.50! Postage available Australia wide via insured and tracked postage.

Once your payment has been processed, we make it our aim to dispatch your order within two business days.

All orders placed by 12am (QLD time) Monday to Friday are normally dispatched within 1-2 business days. Public holidays and high-volume times of year may cause a slight delay to regular processing.

You will receive an email once your order is dispatched, allowing you to track delivery online (allow 24-48 hours for tracking information to be available).

RETURNS & EXCHANGES

We have a 30-day return policy, which means you have 30 days after receiving your item to request a return.

To be eligible for a return, your item must be in the same condition that you received it unused and in its original packaging. You’ll also need the receipt or proof of purchase.

To start a return, you can contact us at info@bioweed.com.au. Please note that returns will need to be sent to the following address: 9 Research Street, Coolum Beach 4573 QLD Australia.

If your return is accepted, we’ll send you instructions on how and where to send your package. Items sent back to us without first requesting a return will not be accepted.

If your claim falls outside of the 30-day period, we’ll still do our best to assist.  Please give us a call on 1300 907 107 to discuss your options. You can always contact us for any return question at info@bioweed.com.au.

Please inspect your order upon reception and contact us immediately if the item is defective, damaged or if you receive the wrong item, so that we can evaluate the issue and make it right.

The fastest way to ensure you get what you want is to return the item you have, and once the return is accepted, make a separate purchase for the new item.

We will notify you once we’ve received and inspected your return, and let you know if the refund was approved or not. If approved, you’ll be automatically refunded your order amount, not including postage, within 10 business days. Please remember it can take some time for your bank or credit card company to process and post the refund too.
If more than 15 business days have passed since we’ve approved your return, please contact us at info@bioweed.com.au.

DELIVERY & TRACKING

If you haven’t yet received a tracking number, that means we’re working on processing your order. Your tracking number will be sent via email as soon as your order leaves our warehouse. This can take 1-3 business days depending on how your order will be delivered.

If after this time, you do not have a tracking number, you can contact our customer service team for assistance.

Your tracking number will be sent with the subject “Your order is on its way.”

Click on the Track Delivery button or copy the Tracking Number at the top of the email and enter it online via the below link:

https://app.shippit.com/track

Once your payment has been processed, we make it our aim to dispatch your order within two business days.

All orders placed by 12am (QLD time) Monday to Friday are normally despatched within 1-2 business days. Public holidays and high-volume times of year may cause a slight delay to regular processing.

Unfortunately due to COVID-19 Australia Post is extremely busy so scan events are minimal and we are experiencing extended delivery periods at the moment.

Expected delivery time is 5-7 working days after ordering and paying (7-10 days for WA and remote areas), although quite often it is sooner. You will receive an email once your order is dispatched, allowing you to track delivery online (allow 24-48 hours for tracking information to be available).

COMMERCIAL/BULK ORDERS

Contact Bioweed sales to organise a demonstration and consultation on how Bioweed can be implemented in to your business or as part of your overall weed control plan on 1300 907 107 or info@bioweed.com.au.

SPRAYERS & EQUIPMENT

The Foamer will output approximately 40 times more than when applied via a spray application. This is a result of accurate targeting of the foam on the weeds and less wastage from run off. 

The greenPRO Foamer + Sprayer is USB rechargeable and will last approx. 120mins depending on how you spray. 

Resources

Unleash the excitement of exploring Bioweed’s full potential with our delightful assortment of guides, brochures, info sheets, and invaluable resources at your fingertips! Dive into a world of green possibilities as you discover the wonders of using Bioweed products for a thriving and sustainable future!

BIOWEED CONCENTRATE SAFETY DATA SHEET

BIOWEED READY TO USE SAFETY DATA SHEET

HOW TO USE WEED KILLER CONCENTRATE

HOW TO USE GARDEN PROBIOTICS

BIOWEED WEEDS CONTROLLED LIST

HOW TO USE BIOTIC BOOSTER

HOW TO USE WEED KILLER READY TO USE

BIOWEED BROCHURE

BIOWEED FOR LANDSCAPE GARDENERS

BIOWEED FOR USE ON FARMS

BIOWEED FOR USE AROUND SCHOOLS

How to apply Bioweed Ready to Use

Bioweed’s Agronomist, Nick, shows you how to best apply Bioweed ready to use on broadlead weeds and grasses to get the best results.