Triclopyr is a man-made herbicide used to control both broadleaf and woody plants. It was first registered in 1979 for use in forestry and it is used in both agricultural and non-agricultural settings. Certain products may have limited use for campsites, roadside applications, and some ornamental lawns. Always read the label for your product’s use sites and instructions..
Broadleaf weeds often controlled with triclopyr include nettles, docks, brambles, and woody plants. Triclopyr is a selective herbicide, meaning it only controls certain types of plants. Grasses tend to be less sensitive to triclopyr than other weeds.
Triclopyr 4 herbicide provides broad spectrum control of select woody brush & broadleaf weeds. Control tough vegetation with year-round flexible application options. Triclopyr 4 has a wide variety of applications, including turf, forestry, range pastures, rights-of-way, and on non-irrigation ditch banks. Ester formulation Selective control – little or no impact on grasses Ideal for pasture restoration Permissible to treat seasonably dry wetlands Tank mix compatible (as directed on label) High and low application rates, including aerial Easily absorbed through leaves and roots Foliar and Basal treatments Weeds controlled but not limited too include: Salt Cedar Canada Thistle Mustard Purple Loosestrife Gallberry Wax Myrtle Blackberry
Features of Triclopyr Herbicide
- Contains the active ingredient Triclopyr, which has activity on a wide range of broadleaf weeds.
- A foliar spray option for tough-to-kill woody weeds and many noxious herbaceous weeds.
- Acts rapidly on weed foliage to provide quick browning of leaves and stems.
- Leaf brownout and distortion of stem tips will normally be obvious within three days of application.
- Short residual life in the soil allows planting of sensitive crops and shrubs soon after application.
- Targets Camel/Afghan & Prickly Paddy Melon.
- Fallow management tool to control melons and importantly conserve moisture.
- Effective on both seedlings and larger advanced weeds.
- Compatible with a wide range of herbicides.
- Rainfastness in 1 hour.
- Various application methods including High Volume Spraying, Boom, Aerial, Controlled Droplet, Low Volume High Concentrate, Gas Powered (Splatter) Gun, Basal Bark and Cut Stump methods.
- Classified as a Group I Herbicide, with a mode of action where the weed cannot grow due to disruption of plant cell growth. Triclopyr belongs to the Pyridines chemical group.
- Registered for the control of woody weeds and melons as specified. Further details of use can be found in the Direction of Use section on the Product Label.
- Registered to control broadleaf weeds while leaving grasses and conifers unaffected.
- Garlon 600 Herbicide is unusually effective on woody plants and is used for brush control in rights of way and defoliation of wooded areas
Uses/benefits of Triclopyr Herbicide
Triclopyr is an herbicide used to control woody plants and many broadleaf weeds including rights-of-way, industrial areas, forestry, railways, rangeland, home lawns, and permanent grass pastures, rice, turf, and plantation crops such as palm oil. Triclopyr triethylamine salt is a selective systemic herbicide that is rapidly absorbed by the green bark, leaves, and roots and distributed throughout the plant. Triclopyr accumulates in the meristematic tissue (growth region) of the plant. Triclopyr is formulated as triclopyr triethylamine (TEA) salt or triclopyr butoxyethyl ester. Triclopyr is formulated as soluble and emulsifiable concentrates, powders, pellets, granules, and liquids.
|Item Volume||1.00 gallons|
|Item Weight||10.00 pounds|
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Prices of Triclopyr Herbicide
$45.99 – $67.95