Kudzu Killer is a highly concentrated herbicide that will help you to control the fast growing, overtaking kudzu plant. Kudzu Killer can be used on kudzu on existing kudzu on trees, non-crop areas, and pastureland. Kudzu Killer can also control other thistles and broadleaf weeds.
|Active Ingredient:||Clopyralid: 3,6-dichloro-2-pyridinecarboxylic acid, monoethanolamine salt - 40.9%|
|For use in:||For use on non-crop areas, pasture land and Kudzu among existing trees|
|Application:||1 1/2 - 3 teaspoons per gallon of water|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label - Safe once dried|
|Yield:||8 oz. to treat 1/2 an acre|
|Manufactured By:||Monterey Lawn & Garden (UPC: 022179102972)|
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April 8, 2014Rene from Ga asked:
QDo you think Kudzu Killer will work on poison ivy?
AUnfortunately, Kudzu Killer is not labeled for Poison Ivy, only Kudzu so we cannot say for certain whether it will work or not since it hasn't been tested b y the manufacturer. However, we do have Bonide Poison Ivy and Brush Killer that works fantastic on Poinson Ivy.
September 3, 2013Hazle from Bryan, Texas 77802 asked:
QWhat is the dilution ratio of Kudzu Killer?
May 17, 2013Richard from 46795 Zip Code, Indiana asked:
Qwill kudzu kill crown vetch and not kill periwinkle. they ar both on an embankment
we would like to save the periwinkle. are there any other herbicides that might work?
Ajust to make sure the Kudzu Killer will not kill the periwinkle we recommend contacting Monterey lawn and garden at 559-499-2100.
January 27, 2015Terry from Palm Shores Florida asked:
QWill the product hurt surrounding trees?
September 7, 2013Ken from Oak Ridge , Tn. asked:
QWhat is the ratio of kudzu killer per gal. of water?
May 20, 2013Richard from 46795 Indiana asked:
QCan Kudzu be used to kill Crown vetch? will it harm periwinkle mixed in with vetch? would like to save peri
AWe honestly do not know the answer to your question. We recommend you contact your local cooperative extension or your local department of agriculture as they may be better able to answer your questions.