Triclopyr 3 Herbicide
Starting at $175.50
Triclopyr 3 Herbicide -2.5 Gallon
Compare Triclopyr 3 with 44.4 % Triclopyr to Garlon 3A (same active ingredient and percentage).
Triclopyr 3 is a broad-spectrum woody, brush, and perennial broad leaf control specialty herbicide. Apply Triclopyr 3 on industrial non-crop areas, around farm buildings, forest sites, Christmas tree plantations, as well as right-of-ways and roadsides. It may also be used in aquatic sites which have little or no continuous outflow (see label).
Triclopyr 3 Herbicide controls through broadcast applications, cut surface, tree injection, hack and squirt method or stump treatments. It is safe in all grasses, including warm and cool-season grasses.
|Target Pest||Herbicide for Control of Woody Plants, Aquatic Plants and Annual and Perennial Broadleaf Weeds|
|Active Ingredient (s)||Triclopyr: 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinyloxyacetic acid, triethylamine salt* . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44.4%|
|For Use :||Forests; Industrial Non-crop areas including industrial manufacturing and storage sites; Rights-of-way such as electrical power lines, communication lines, pipelines, roadsides, and railroads; Fence rows; Non-irrigation ditch banks; Non-crop areas around farm buildings; on Christmas tree plantations; Chemical mowing (not in Ca); on Wetland sites in production forests and industrial non-crop areas; in Aquatic sites such as ponds, lakes, reservoirs, non-irrigation canals, and ditches which have little or no continuous outflow.|
|Shipping Restrictions||AK, ME, NY, VI, WA or expedited air|
|More Instructions||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.|