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Triclopyr 4 Post-Emergent Weed Control Herbicide

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Control woody plants, annuals, perennials and brush with Alligare Triclopyr 4 post-emergent herbicide. With this successful weed killer, you can wipe out broadleaf weeds and grasses across numerous landscapes, from grass pastures to nonirrigation ditches. Though it's tough on target weeds, its main ingredient has little or no impact on native turf. It penetrates the weed and kills it within days, giving you a weed-free commercial property or industrial site. When weeds pop up, knock them down with Triclopyr 4 herbicide from Alligare.

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    Active Ingredient(s) Triclopyr BEE 61.6%
    Used For Woody plants, brush, broadleaf weeds, thistle, hemlock, poison oak/ivy, need oil, salt cedar
    Manufacturer Alligare
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    How Triclopyr 4 Herbicide Works

    Named for its active ingredient, Triclopyr 4 Herbicide provides systemic and foliar activity on broadleaf weeds and woody plants. It contains triclopyr, a compound that mimics the weed's natural growth hormone. As the ingredient races through the weed, it causes uncontrollable growth, thus resulting in the weed's death. It's useful for killing a variety of plants, including poison ivy and creeping Charlie. 

    Where to Use Triclopyr 4 Herbicide

    Use Alligare Triclopyr 4 Herbicide to control annuals and perennials in forests and on permanent grass pastures. It kills broadleaf weeds and woody plants on ranges, reserve acres and commercial turf. You can also use it to kill and control weeds on or around:

    • Industrial manufacturing plants
    • Pipelines
    • Roadsides
    • Fence rows
    • Golf courses
    • Sod farms
    • Highway rights of way
    • Ornamental turf

     

    Target Weeds

    Apply Triclopyr 4 post-emergent herbicide on woody plants such as alder and ash to prevent infestations. It kills sweet gum, sumac, maple and other woody plants in certain forestry areas. With this herbicide, you can gain control of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds such as bull thistle, chicory and clover. It also controls:

    • Dandelion
    • Dogfennel
    • Goldenrod
    • Ground ivy
    • Matchweed
    • Ragweed
    • Vetch
    • Wild lettuce
    • Yarrow

     

    Triclopyr 4 Herbicide Features and Benefits

    • Kills woody plants and both annual and perennial broadleaf weeds
    • Controls unwanted weeds with minimal or no impact on grasses
    • For use on commercial turf, golf courses, rights of way and other noncrop areas
    • Has an active ingredient that causes unsustainable weed growth
    • Offers effective results with just one product

     

    Tips for Using Triclopyr 4 Post-Emergent Herbicide

    • Add a surfactant at the manufacturer's recommended rate for improved foliage wetting.
    • Avoid using Triclopyr 4 in an irrigation system.
    • Do not reseed treated areas for at least three weeks.

     

    Take Control of Weeds With Triclopyr 4 Herbicide

    With a dose of Triclopyr 4 post-emergent herbicide, weeds cannot control their growth and end up dying as a result. This weed killer targets many broadleaf weeds and woody plants and provides excellent control on commercial turf, industrial sites, roadsides and more. You can also combine it with a tank mixture for greater control. If weeds and woody plants disrupt your grassy areas, kill them all with Alligare Triclopyr 4 herbicide.

    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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