Alligare

Triclopyr 3 Weed Control Herbicide

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With Alligare Triclopyr 3 herbicide, you can say goodbye to stubborn weeds on your lawn. In fact, Alligare takes care of the toughest weeds and woody plants such as ragweed and sweet gum in residential yards and commercial landscapes. It tackles invasive broadleaf weeds on Christmas tree plantations and suppresses weed growth near aquatic areas. Whether you're dealing with dandelions or floating vegetation, take quick and effective action with Alligare Triclopyr 3 weed killer.

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    AK, AZ, CA, HI, ME

    Active Ingredient(s)

    Triclopyr 44.4%

    Used For

    Vines, alder, ash, beech, cherry, dogwood, elm, hazel,locust, oaks, pine, posison ivy, sumac, wild rose, broadleaf weeds, woody plants, brush species, aquatic labeled

    Manufacturer

    Alligare

    How Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide Works

    Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide contains 44 percent triclopyr as the active ingredient. This systemic compound kills broadleaf weeds without killing desirable grasses and conifers. It's useful for killing woody plants and brush and breaks down in the soil between 30 and 90 days. Although Alligare is harmful to weeds, it's nontoxic to bees and minimally toxic to ducks and fish. Its systemic mode of action circulates throughout the weed and kills it completely in days.

     

    Where to Use Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide

    Thanks to its active ingredient, Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide works effectively on woody plants and helps to control brush in wooded areas. Use it to target weeds and brush in noncrop areas such as highway rights of way, fence rows, roadsides and railroads. You can apply it directly on both woody and aquatic plants, including vines and broadleaf weeds around farm buildings, homes and businesses. In addition, Alligare Triclopyr 3 takes care of weeds on Christmas tree plantations, in ditches and near ponds, lakes and reservoirs.

     

    Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide Target Weeds

    From woody plants to annual and perennial weeds, Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide provides an effective mode of action for targeting bothersome blackberry, Canada thistle, ragweed and wild lettuce. It also kills other weed pests such as dandelion, poison ivy and chicory. Use Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide to combat the following weeds and woody plants:

    • Clover
    • Sumac
    • Alligator weed
    • Maple
    • Sweet gum
    • Wild rose
    • Elephant ear
    • Poison oak

     

    Alligare Triclopyr 3Herbicide Features and Benefits

    • Controls annual and perennial broadleaf weeds
    • Kills woody plants and brush in forestry sites
    • Broad-spectrum control of many invasive species
    • Systemic activity for complete elimination of the plant
    • Kills weeds without killing desirable grasses

     

    Application Tips

    • Apply this herbicide with a nonionic surfactant for improved control.
    • Only apply Alligare to Christmas trees that have been planted for at least one year.
    • Dilute Alligare in a 1:1 ratio with water to control unwanted trees and woody plants.

     

    Alligare Triclopyr 3 Herbicide Takes Out Stubborn Weeds

    With triclopyr as its main ingredient, Alligare weed killer is the ultimate weapon for combating serious weed infestations. You can use it on home lawns, roadsides, commercial property and industrial sites to kill and prevent weed growth and to ensure a beautiful, healthy landscape. When other herbicides fail to kill your target weeds, trust in the effectiveness of Alligare Triclopyr 3

     

    SAFETY RECCOMENDATIONS:

    Due to the high chemical properties of this product, it is not recommended for use on permeable soil, as it can seep in and contaminate the ground. This product is also effective in treating water weeds, however users should be aware that it may harm pond fish and other aquatic life. Overall, if you are looking for a product that is guaranteed to work well, is highly cost effective, and will permanently exterminate even the most pesky plants from your yard and other areas, then this is the perfect product for you. Our site also features many other products for other specific foliage management needs. Feel free to browse through, because chances are, you'll find exactly what you need

     

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    For terrestrial uses, do not apply directly to water, to areas where surface water is present, or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water when cleaning equipment or disposing of equipment washwaters. This chemical has properties and characteristics associated with chemicals detected in groundwater. The use of this chemical in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in groundwater contamination. For aquatic uses, under certain conditions, treatment of aquatic weeds can result in oxygen depletion or loss due to decomposition of dead plants, which may contribute to fish suffocation. This loss can cause fish suffocation. Therefore, to minimize this hazard, do not treat more than one-third to one-half of the water area in a single operation and wait at least 10 to 14 days between treatments. Begin treatment along the shore and proceed outwards in bands to allow fish to move into untreated areas. Consult with the State agency for fish and game before applying to public water to determine if a permit is needed.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

    It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulations.

     

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