Tordon for brush control on utility rights-of-way in the Eastern United States
Watson, A.J.; Wiltse, M.G.
Down to Earth 19(T): 11-14
Tordon is a trade name for 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid. Applied to stems and foliage in concentrations of 1 pound to 100 gallons of water it effected complete kill of wild red cherry, willow, silver maple, quaking aspen, eastern cottonwood, paper birch, red bud, poison ivy, dewberry, red vine, sweet gum and sassafras and most coniferous species treated. There were no observable injuries to wild life in the area treated.