What products contain triclopyr?
Common herbicides that have triclopyr as an active ingredient include Pathfinder, Vastlan, Remedy, Garlon and Tailspin. Vastlan is an example of a product that contains triclopyr in a water-soluble concentrate.
What is triclopyr ester used for?
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.
What plants does triclopyr kill?
Triclopyr is a selective herbicide that kills broadleaf weeds, ivy, wood plants, and trees. It does not harm grasses.
How do you mix triclopyr ester?
You will mix 3/8 – 3/4 oz. per 1 gallon of water per 1,000 sq. ft. You can apply this product early spring through fall for the most effective results.
What herbicide has triclopyr and dicamba?
Chickweed, Clover and Oxalis Killer, Contains horsepower (Triclopyr + MCPA + Dicamba) By Bonide Chemical.
Can I use triclopyr on my lawn?
Triclopyr is also an effective broadleaf herbicide but will cause injury to bermudagrass lawns and other stoloniferous turfgrass; it is safe to use on most cool-season turfgrasses such as bluegrass, ryegrass, and tall fescue lawns.
How long does triclopyr stay in the soil?
The reported half-life of triclopyr in soils varies from 3.7 to 314 days, but averages 30 days, depending on the formulation applied and the specific soil and environmental conditions.
How often can you apply triclopyr?
every 3-4 weeks
of product per gallon of water. You will likely have to do multiple applications to gain full control of the Bermuda grass. Applications can be done every 3-4 weeks.
How long does triclopyr last soil?
Can you use triclopyr on your lawn?
What weeds does triclopyr kill?
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.
What does triclopyr kill?
Triclopyr is transported in the plants tissues and works by imitating a plant growth regulator causing rapid growth. This growth causes cells to rupture, preventing food manufacture and translocation, causing the plant to die. Triclopyr kills the entire plant, including the root material.
Is triclopyr safe?
Triclopyr is slightly toxic to mallards, but at concentrations well above (400x) the highest allowed application rate. Water pH will affect toxicity because greater exposure to triclopyr will occur in low pH water. Tests have not been conducted in low pH water except for salmon species.