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Richard from Missouri writes,
06/16/2015:

How often can/should Southern Ag Brush Killer be applied?

Main use is for a levee that in the past has been overgrown with blackberry, ragweed, burdock, and small saplings like locust and willow.

Answer:

Southern Ag Brush Killer can used as often as needed to conrol actively growing brush in your yard/levee. Typically it can take up to 6 weeks for a plant to die depending on size of plant, type of plant being treated and how the product was applied.

Answer last updated on: 06/16/2015

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