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Right-of-way vegetation control with high volume ground application of triclopyr (Dowco-233)


Right-of-way vegetation control with high volume ground application of triclopyr (Dowco-233)



Proceedings North Central Weed Control Conference, 1975 (Vol. 30): 89



See also WA 25, 2112. Brief information is given on the toxicology, soil degradation and mode-of-action of triclopyr. Rates of 2 lb/100 gal gave consistent control of a number of woody species on rights-of-way. Its activity against oak maple and ash was generally superior to that of Tordon 101 (picloram + 2,4-D amine) but mixtures of both controlled a broader range of species than either alone. Little advantage was gained by adding 2,4-D to triclopyr at the rates used in the tests.

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