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  • 32 fluid ounces

Brush-No-More® Brush Killer Concentrate

Stop poison ivy and the toughest brush with Brush-No-More®.

  • Controls more than 30 listed species, including locust, poison oak, poison ivy, honeysuckle, and thistle
  • Controls a variety of trees, vines, and broadleaf weeds
  • Concentrated, water-based formulation
Application Type

Concentrate

Product Type

Brush/Stump Control

Sizes

32 fluid ounces

NOTICE: This product can expose you to diethanolamine, which is 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-No-More Brush Killer Concentrate enters the plant through leaves, woody stems, and cut surfaces, and then moves through the vascular system of the plant. Visual symptoms such as wilting and yellowing usually appear in 1-3 weeks.
3. Application methods?
Brush-No-More Brush Killer Concentrate is labeled for spot treatment of brush, woody plants, and vines.
4. What type of sprayer to use?
For use with a pump hand sprayer or backpack sprayer.
5. When to apply?
Foliar applications are best in the spring or early summer when plants are in full-leaf stage.
6. Application Restrictions?
Application to woody plants is limited to 1 application per year. Do not apply more than 1 gallon of product per acre per year.
7. Pasture Restrictions?
Not labeled for pasture use.
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-No-More Brush Killer Concentrate enters the plant through leaves, woody stems, and cut surfaces, and then moves through the vascular system of the plant. Visual symptoms such as wilting and yellowing usually appear in 1-3 weeks.
3. Application methods?
Brush-No-More Brush Killer Concentrate is labeled for spot treatment of brush, woody plants, and vines.
4. What type of sprayer to use?
For use with a pump hand sprayer or backpack sprayer.
5. When to apply?
Foliar applications are best in the spring or early summer when plants are in full-leaf stage.
6. Application Restrictions?
Application to woody plants is limited to 1 application per year. Do not apply more than 1 gallon of product per acre per year.
7. Pasture Restrictions?
Not labeled for pasture use.
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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