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Remedy Ultra Herbicide (triclopyr - 60.45%) (Gallon)

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Remedy Ultra Herbicide (triclopyr - 60.45%) (Gallon)

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Remedy Ultra Herbicide is an oil soluble herbicide that controls woody and broadleaf weeds in many outdoor residential and commercial areas, from rangeland to non-irrigation ditch banks. Using triclopyr, this product can be applied through a variety of different methods: foliar sprays, basal bark, cut stump applications, even through aerial broadcast. Just follow the directions below and the pests on your property will soon be gone. To protect crops and other desirable plants, make sure to follow all of the precautions and directions on the product label. Controlling for more than 35 different species of brush weeds, Remedy Ultra Herbicide works great on established grass, destroying the weeds while improving the growth of the grass, so long as it is properly watered. Do not apply more than 1/2 gallons per acre during a growing season on areas where animals graze. On non-grazng land, up to 8 quarts of Remedy Ultra can be applied per acre per year.

Active Ingredient: triclopyr - 60.45%

Target pests: Woody Plants and Broad-leaf Weeds

For use in: Commercial areas, Range-land, Grass Pastures, Conservation Reserve Program Acres, including fence rows and non-irrigation ditch banks

Application: Foliar: Only apply to plants that are in full leaf during application
Basal Bark: 20 to 30 gallons with oil to make 100 gallons and Spray Plant and Tree Trunks 12 to 15 inches from the ground until fully wet
Cut Stump: 20 to 30 gallons with oil to make 100 gallons and Spray the Root Collar area, Sides of the Stump, and the Outer Portion of the Cut Surface, until fully wet
* Use a Surfactant to Increase Effectiveness

Controlled Plants & Weeds:

Woody plants: Alder, aspen, beech, birch, blackberry, blackbrush, cascara, ceanothus, cherry, cottonwood, elderberry, elm, granjeno, guaillo, guava, hawthorn, huisache, locust, maple, milkweed vine, oaks, osage orange, pepper vine, eastern persimmon, poison ivy, poison oak, poplar, saltbush, salt cedar, sassafras, sumac, trumpet creeper, twisted acacia, virginia creeper, wax myrtle, wild roses, willow, and willow primrose.

Broadleaf weeds: Black medic, burdock, chicory, cinquefoil, clover, curly dock, dandelion, dogfennel, lambsquarters, lespedeza, mustard, plantain, sericea lespedeza, sulfur cinquefoil, tropical soda apple, vetch, wild carrot, wild violet, and yarrow.

For directions on how to control mesquite, pricklypear cactus, blackbrush, acacia, granjeno, sand shinnery oak, post oak, or blackjack oak, see the product label.

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