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Southern Ag Brush Killer does what the label says and kills hard-to-kill vines and brush. Use Southern Ag Brush Killer to control undesirable vines, broadleaf weeds, and woody plants around your buildings, fences, trails, right of ways, walkways, and non-crop areas. Also, keeps stumps from sprouting.
|Active Ingredient:||Triclopyr - 8.8%|
|Target pests:||Many varieties of brush (including brazilian pepper, trees, vines and stump treatments)
* See label for complete list
|For use in:||Non-crop areas such as Range-land, Pastures, and Fence Rows|
|Application:||4 - 8 oz. per gallon of water per 500 sq. ft.
Stumps - brush or spray Undiluted on cut stump
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|NOT FOR SALE TO:||CA, MN|
|Shipping Weight:||1.17 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Southern Ag|
Do not use on or around edible food or food crops.
Do not graze treated areas.
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15 of 18 people found this review helpful:
By in FL on 06/14/2013
Stuff works GREAT ! Fairly priced, easy to use... Highly recommend.
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Central Florida Help at Last!
By Gloria in the Nature Coast of Florida on 06/26/2014
This looks very promising. Foreclosure next door, tons of weeds and vines trying make it across to our side. Applied 2 days ago to 'escapee' pests, and it looks like it will work. Used a spray bottle (5 gal.) with recommended recipe. Might just keep me from listing our house for sale!!! Thanks for the fast shipping and great prices.
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Southern Ag Brush Killer - Gallon
By Gladys in salt springs, florida on 07/01/2016
Southern Ag Brush Killer, was exactly what we were looking for to kill unwanted brush, vine growing up poles, fence. We are very pleased with your company's service and product, thank you
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06/15/2014 Shannon from United States
QIs there a product to Kill poison ivy and brush, but not trees?
Hello, need some help. Do you have a good product you would recommend that would kill brush overgrowth and poison ivy, but not harm the surrounding young & mature oak, pine trees, etc? Some that hopefully wouldn't harm the grass surrounding the area either. Thank you in advance for your help!
AUnfortunately, there is not a product made to kill plants like ivy that would not also affect trees or turf. You could use a product such as Southern Ag Brush Killer as a foliar spray or painted on to cut plant surfaces, just be careful not to treat desirable plants when making these applications. This product does not, however, translocate through the ground to other plants that have not come into contact with the product.
06/07/2013 Yvonne from Waynesboro, Ga 30830
QWill this kill Virginia Creeper (five leaf...looks like poison ivy) in Southern Georgia
ASouthern Ag Brush Killer is not specifically labeled for Virginia Creeper. We do have a product called Bonide Poison Ivy and Brush Killer that is labeled for virginia creeper. PLease make sure to follow the label instructions.
10/28/2012 P from Gretna, Ne
QWill it kill the roots of Yew bushes after I've cut them to stumps.
AYou can use Southern Ag Brush Killer to help get rid of Yew bushes. You should apply the product undiluted to the stumps.
04/22/2013 Paula from Sacramento, Ca
QIs there a product like Southern Ag Brush Killer available in California ?
I have wild blackberry bushes and grapes vines taking over my property.
AFertilome Brush and Stump Killer contains the same active ingredient at the same concentration and it is available for sale to CA.
11/23/2014 Helen from Edenton, Nc
QWhen to plant after using Southern Ag Brush Killer
How soon after using Southern Ag Brush Killer can I plant new plants? I am trying , desperately, to kill wisteria on a steep bank. Also, would it be safe to grow a vegetable garden near where it had been used. THANK YOU
AAfter using Southern Ag Brush Killer, you will need to wait 30-45 days plant a vegetable garden.
06/16/2015 Richard from Missouri
QHow 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.
ASouthern 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.
07/02/2014 Juergen from Shelbyville, In
QWill this product kill mimosa trees?
We have mimosas sprouting everywhere.
AYes, Southern Ag Brush Killer is labeled to control mimosa. You will mix 8-16 tablespoons (4 oz. to 8 oz.) with one gallon of water. This will cover 500 sq. ft.
10/14/2015 Kathy from Moss Point, Ms
QHow long before I can plant pansies after using Southern Ag Brush Killer?
I sprayed some weeds in a flower bed a week ago.
A You will want to wait about 30-45 days prior to planting after an application of Southern Ag Brush Killer.
You will want to wait about 30-45 days prior to planting after an application of Southern Ag Brush Killer.
06/30/2013 Steve from Noblesville Indiana
QWill Southern Ag Brush Killer work on Hackberry - Silver Maple Saplings?
Will this product kill Hackberry and Silver Maple. I have several Hackberry trees that keep growing up through a fence. I cut them back and they grow back. Looking for a product I can apply that will kill them.
AThe Southern Ag Brush Killer does not specifically state Hackberry-Silver Maple Saplings on the label, however it has Maples in general in trees covered. If the root system is hearty, you will want to cut the saplings down as low to the ground and you can get them. Once cut, immediately apply the brush killer either at 8 ounces per gallon and spray it on, or paint it on undiluted. Please let us know if you have any other questions.
08/12/2013 Ross from Starkville, Ms
QWhat is the use rate of Brush Killer for application with a pressure sprayer?
AThe application rate of Southern Ag Brush Killer is going to vary depending on what you are treating for. Per the product label: Using a hose-end or tank sprayer, mix 8-16 tablespoons