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  • 1 quart

  • 1 gallon

  • 2.5 gallons

Brush Killer for Large Property

Gordon’s® Brush Killer for Large Property controls tough brush, vines and trees.

  • Concentrated formulation developed specifically for larger properties
  • Controls tough listed weeds and brush including poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, thistle, and black locust
  • Ideal for use along fence rows and property lines (spot treatment)
Application Type

Concentrate

Product Type

Brush/Stump Control

Sizes

1 quart, 1 gallon, 2.5 gallons

NOTICE: This product can expose you to diethanolamine, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

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FAQ

1. Active ingredients:
2,4-D amine, Triclopyr amine, and dicamba.
2. How does it work?
Brush Killer for Large Property enters the plant through leaves, woody stems, and cut surfaces, and then moves through the vascular system of the plant. Visual symptoms usually appear in 1-3 weeks.
3. Application methods?
Brush Killer for Large Property is labeled for both broadcast and spot treatment of broadleaf weeds in pastures and lawns, and for spot treatments of brush, woody plants, and vines. It can be mixed with liquid fertilizers like Gordon’s® Liquid Lawn & Pasture Fertilizer 20-0-0 with Micronutrients when making broadcast applications for broadleaf weeds.
4. What type of sprayer to use?
For use with a hand-operated sprayer, backpack sprayer, or tow-behind sprayer for broadcast applications, and with a hand-operated sprayer, backpack sprayer, or tow-behind sprayer with a wand for spot spray application.
5. When to apply?
Foliar applications are best in the spring and fall for broadleaf weed control. Applications to woody brush and vines should be in the spring to early summer when plants are in full-leaf stage.
6. Application Restrictions?
Limited to 2 broadcast applications per year for non-croplands and residential turfgrass, with a minimum of 30 days between applications. Application to woody plants is limited to 1 application per year. Applications to pasture and rangelands is limited to one broadcast application per year.
7. Pasture Restrictions?
No restrictions for non-lactating dairy animals (horses, cows, sheep, and goats). Keep lactating dairy animals off of treated area until the next growing season following product application. Withdraw livestock from grazing or consumption of treated area at least 3 days before slaughter. Do not cut hay for 14 days after treatment.
8. When can people and pets re-enter the area?
Once the spray has dried after application.
9. When is the product rainfast?
6 hours after application.
10. When to mow?
Mow either 2 days before application or 2 days after application.
11. When to re-plant?
Wait 3 weeks after application before re-seeding. New seed must be germinated and mowed 3 times before application (approximately 6 weeks after seedling emergence).
12. What is the application rate?
Rates may vary. Check product label or call Gordon’s customer service at 800.884.3179 for complete instructions.

Resources

FAQ

1. Active ingredients:
2,4-D amine, Triclopyr amine, and dicamba.
2. How does it work?
Brush Killer for Large Property enters the plant through leaves, woody stems, and cut surfaces, and then moves through the vascular system of the plant. Visual symptoms usually appear in 1-3 weeks.
3. Application methods?
Brush Killer for Large Property is labeled for both broadcast and spot treatment of broadleaf weeds in pastures and lawns, and for spot treatments of brush, woody plants, and vines. It can be mixed with liquid fertilizers like Gordon’s® Liquid Lawn & Pasture Fertilizer 20-0-0 with Micronutrients when making broadcast applications for broadleaf weeds.
4. What type of sprayer to use?
For use with a hand-operated sprayer, backpack sprayer, or tow-behind sprayer for broadcast applications, and with a hand-operated sprayer, backpack sprayer, or tow-behind sprayer with a wand for spot spray application.
5. When to apply?
Foliar applications are best in the spring and fall for broadleaf weed control. Applications to woody brush and vines should be in the spring to early summer when plants are in full-leaf stage.
6. Application Restrictions?
Limited to 2 broadcast applications per year for non-croplands and residential turfgrass, with a minimum of 30 days between applications. Application to woody plants is limited to 1 application per year. Applications to pasture and rangelands is limited to one broadcast application per year.
7. Pasture Restrictions?
No restrictions for non-lactating dairy animals (horses, cows, sheep, and goats). Keep lactating dairy animals off of treated area until the next growing season following product application. Withdraw livestock from grazing or consumption of treated area at least 3 days before slaughter. Do not cut hay for 14 days after treatment.
8. When can people and pets re-enter the area?
Once the spray has dried after application.
9. When is the product rainfast?
6 hours after application.
10. When to mow?
Mow either 2 days before application or 2 days after application.
11. When to re-plant?
Wait 3 weeks after application before re-seeding. New seed must be germinated and mowed 3 times before application (approximately 6 weeks after seedling emergence).
12. What is the application rate?
Rates may vary. Check product label or call Gordon’s customer service at 800.884.3179 for complete instructions.

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