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TVC Total Vegetation Control

TVC Total Vegetation Control is a systemic herbicide that works by translocating through stems and leaves and destroying the plant root. TVC Total Vegetation Control gives you season long control over undesirable vegetation such as annual and perennial weeds, woody brush, and trees. Use TVC Total Vegetation Control in non-cropland sites like utility, highway, railroad, and pipeline right-of-way, petroleum tank farms, utility plant sites, fence rows, pumping installations, under paved surfaces, non-irrigation ditchbanks, and storage areas. TVC Total Vegetation Control can also be used in rangeland and grass pastures, and for maintaining or establishing wildlife openings.

TVC Total Vegetation Control works as a pre-emergent and a post-emergent herbicide.




TVC Total Vegetation Control is a concentrate intended to be mixed with water and surfactant.

PRODUCT INFORMATION

TVC is an aqueous solution intended to be mixed with water and surfactant(s) for application to non-cropland areas including railroad, utility, pipeline and highway rights-of-way, utility plant sites, petroleum tank farms, pumping installations, fence rows, storage areas, non-irrigation ditchbanks, including grazed or hayed areas within these sites. TVC is also recommended for the release of unimproved Bermudagrass and Bahiagrass. It may also be used beneath certain paved surfaces. Additionally, TVC may be used on grass pastures and rangeland, as well as for establishing and maintaining wildlife openings.

When applied either preemergence or postemeregence to weeds, TVC will control most annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds in addition to many brush and vine species. TVC will provide residual control of labeled weeds which germinate in the treated areas. Postemergence application with a surfactant is the method of choice in most situations, particularly for perennial weeds. For maximum affect, weeds should be growing vigorously at postemergence application and the spray solution should include a surfactant. TVC solutions may be broadcast by using ground or aerial equipment, or may be applied as a spot treatment by using low-volume techniques. In addition, TVC may be used for stump and cut stem treatments.

TVC controls vegetation by absorption through leaves, stems, and roots, from which it is translocated throughout the plant, where it accumulates in rapidly-growing meristematic tissue. Treated plants stop growing soon after treatment. Chlorosis (yellowing of plant tissue) first appears in the newest leaves and necrosis spreads from this point. In perennials, TVC is translocated into and kills underground storage tissues to prevent re-growth. Chlorosis and tissue necrosis may not be apparent in some plant species until two weeks after application. Complete kill of plants may not occur for several weeks. Applications of TVC are rain-fast one hour after treatment.

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  • 7 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  TVC
    By Steve in Lod CA on 10/16/2014
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    This product works very well to control difficult to control weeds, both pre and post emergent. However, it can be extremely toxic to desirable plants. Product is quite persistent and if moved near desirable plants by water or dust, it will severely effect them. I have seen damage to grapes over 100 ft. from application site. TVC was applied while grapes were dormant, but apparently carried by dust to remote vines. Vines 10 ft from application were either killed or severely stunted. My guess is that materials needs to be better incorporated deeper into soil where wind erosion sould be less of a problem.

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  • 7 of 9 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Insane !
    By Bob in Greenville SC on 04/20/2015

    Tried everything to get rid of bamboo... Yes bamboo ... Neighbor had planted with no barrier to block unwanted growth... Ended up all over my yard... As bamboo is very very hard to eradicate ... Cut thru stalks and sprayed a double strength solution ... Three days later nothing ... Week later nothing.. Was on the verge of giving up.. 14 days and every thing near the treated area is completely dead... No vegetation ... It works ! Highly recommend

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  • 6 of 6 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  TVC Total Vegetation Control
    By Ron in Jacksonville, Fl on 09/02/2014
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    I used this product along with Eraser and the Non-Ionic Surfactant for Herbicides around a building with high weeds and vines. I put this down on 7/28 and I just went back on 9/2 for Sept service and everything is still dead no new growth in the area that was sprayed. I am going to use it on a fence line at the apartment complex that we service I will let you know how it works on fence lines.

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  • 5 of 7 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  TVC
    By Keith in Jellico Tennessee on 05/20/2014
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    Item arrived fast and undamaged!This product works very well for fences etc.I will buy again from Do My own pest control!

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  works and kinda works
    By Eldon in dyersburg tn on 08/25/2014
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    worked after one spraying in some areas. (ditch bank, around shed and a/c unit) ground still dead no sign of weed growth for 4 months now. had to apply second spraying on the parking lot area within a month to kill new growth. weeds are now starting to come back in parking area. the parking area gets only afternoon sun , don't know if this may be reason for weed comeback or not, but better than monthly spraying of round-up.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Good service
    By Spray in Aztec, NM on 03/15/2016

    DoMyOwnPestControl shipped the product promptly, as they always have in the past. I have used the product for several years, and it works as claimed if used according to the label. You do read and follow the labels, right?

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  TVC Total Vegetation Control
    By Dennis in Wisconsin Dells, Wi. on 07/24/2016

    Great product. We had a very heavy downpour a day and 1/2 after application, and the weeds were dying 2 days later !!!

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    5 of 5 stars  TVC Total Vegetation Control
    By Dennis in Wisconsin Dells, Wi. on 07/24/2016

    Great product. We had a very heavy downpour a day and 1/2 after application, and the weeds were dying 2 days later !!!

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09/14/2013 Nancy from Zillah, Washington

QHow much TVC Total Vegetation Control do I need for 4,000 sq ft?
I am building a kennel and I do not want weeds growing in it. So I was hoping to use a soil sterilizer.

AYou would use roughly just under 1 ounce per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water. So you would need about 4 ounces in at least 8 gallons of water to cover your 4000 sq/ft.

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10/05/2013 Rick from West Chester, Pa

QNeed to COMPLETELY destroy weeds, bushes, and "sucker plants" on walkways and 2-3 feet from edge of driveway.
Is this product a good choice: Best way to apply - sprayer, and if so, which one? Is applying now (October) OK to last until next fall?

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TVC Total Vegetation Control would be a great product for you. TVC Total Vegetation Control is a systemic herbicide that works by translocating through stems and leaves and destroying the plant root. TVC Total Vegetation Control gives you season long control over undesirable vegetation such as annual and perennial weeds, woody brush, and trees.  You can use this product in any standard pump sprayer following the instructions on the product label.   Anytime the undesirable vegetation is growing and the ground is not frozen you can appy the product.

9 of 10 people found this answer helpful.
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01/16/2014 Steve from Apache Junction, Az

QDo I need to use a surfactant with TVC?
Surfactant use with TVC

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Yes, TVC Total Vegetation Control is a concentrate intended to be mixed with water and surfactant.

8 of 9 people found this answer helpful.
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10/22/2014 Deanna from Tully

QHow long before the weeds die when using TVC Total Vegetation Control?
I applied TVC with a surfactant 6 days ago and I see no difference yet. They were short common lawn weeds along side my garage, which I cut down to under 2" first.

ATVC Total Vegetation Control can take up to a couple weeks to see results. The label recommends that you allow sufficient time for the grasses/weeds to recover after mowing before applying TVC Total Vegetation Control, meaning they work better at a longer height.  TVC is a systemic herbicide and works by translocating through stems and leaves and destroying the plant root, so the longer the leaves and stems, the more quickly it will be absorbed. We recommend letting the weeds grow to a longer height and reapplying TVC Total Vegetation Control at the proper mixing ratio according the product label.

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04/14/2014 Tyrone from Las Vegas, Nv

QI've purchased the TVC & surfactant products. I own a 2 gal chapin sprayer.
I want to use the product around the edges of my yard so that I don't need to use a weed eater. My total square footage of my yard is 3500 sq ft. I would like to know how much of each product I would need to put in 2 gallons of water to do the job.

AYou would use roughly just under 1 ounce of the TVC per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water.   For the Non-Ionic Surfactant that you apply t 0.25% to 1% of the total spray volume (0.25% v/v is equivalent to 1 quart in 100 gallons) in accordance with the surfactant labeling.

You would use roughly just under 1 ounce per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water - See more at: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/tvc-total-vegetation-control-p-2116.html#sthash.uAL1LziK.dpuf
You would use roughly just under 1 ounce per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water - See more at: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/tvc-total-vegetation-control-p-2116.html#sthash.uAL1LziK.dpuf
You would use roughly just under 1 ounce per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water - See more at: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/tvc-total-vegetation-control-p-2116.html#sthash.uAL1LziK.dpuf

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Most Recent Customer Questions

10/02/2016 Chuck from Squaw Valley, Ca

QWhat is a good pre-emergent spray for preventing weed growth in gravel driveways, patios and walkways?
I have around 4000 sq of gravel driveways, patios and walkways. You have a bewildering range of pre emergent products. Adjacent to these areas are fruit trees and blackberry bushes. I also have pasture areas with horses and cows adjacent to these areas. One corner of one pasture, about 500 sq, has thistles and some other pickly weed that I have not been able to identify. Any suggestions

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The best and longest-lasting pre-emergent herbicide to use around areas like gravel and patios where you do not want any plants to grow would be a vegetation management product like Martin's TVC Total Vegetation Management. This product will prevent any plant growth in those areas for up to 1 year. Just be sure not to apply in a way that would run off or contact the roots of desirable plants since this product last for so long. If you have existing plants in the gravel areas, then you can use RoundUp QuikPro to spot treat and kill any existing plants.

Keep in mind that many regular pre-emergent herbicides made for turf and/or ornamental areas have a temporary dye in the product to act as an indicator. You would want to be very careful with these products around concrete or other porous surfaces, since they could stain those surfaces. Either Dimension 2EW or Gallery 75DF can be used on basically any type of turf and would not stain concrete or gravel. These would offer 3-6 months of pre-emergent control of listed weeds.

To kill vines and brush in the pasture area, I would recommend Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4. This product is safe to use in grazing areas and on many types of turf. The active ingredient is excellent for most vines, brush, stump treatments, etc. You would want to avoid spraying desirable plants like any shrubs or fruit trees, and you should not apply herbicides like this within the drip line of plants that produce edibles such as the fruit trees. You can view our other Range and Pasture Products here.

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09/22/2016 Rob

QWhen can I replant after using TVC to clear an area?
Site has been sprayed six months ago, and we want to replant area with native trees

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We recommend waiting at least one year to replant after the application of TVC.

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09/16/2016 Dale from Valley Grove, Wv

QWould TVC work to kill Johnson Grass in hay field by spot spraying?
Would be doing the spraying in the fall, and cutting the hay next summer.

A

TVC Total Vegetation Control is not labeled for use in pastures.† Pastora would be a better option for this area and is labeled for johnsongrass when used as directed on the product label.

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08/25/2016 Emory from Augusta

QWhat can I use to kill all weeds, grass, trees, brush no matter the size with no re-growth?
I want to spray the product all at one time - 4 acres.

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You can use TVC Total Vegetation Control† to help rid of your grassy weeds and your broadleafs. It works by translocating through stems and leaves and destroying the plant root. TVC gives you season long control over undesirable vegetation such as annual and perennial weeds, woody brush, and trees. You can use Roundup quick pro to mix with it for a faster kill of already growing well established plants. TVC will prevent new growth for up to one year.

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08/10/2016 Pat from Shady Shores, Tx

QCan I plant grass next year if I use TVC Total Vegetation Control to kill briars this year?
Building a house on a lot covered with briars. I want to kill the briars by spraying this August and then plant grass next June. Will TVC allow the grass to grow next year?

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Yes, you can plant grass after a year of using TVC Total Vegetation Control for briars. Just be sure that it is a 12 month period that you are waiting because this prduct will last for 12 months of control.†

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08/10/2016 Rob from Ga

QDo you have to use surfactant with TVC Total Vegetation Control or can it be sprayed as is for killing privet?

A

We do recommend that you use a surfactant with TVC Total Vegetation Control. It will help coat the plant better and provide a more effective knockdown of the plant.†

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05/10/2016 Bob from Vineland, Nj

QIs there a weed killer and something to prevent new growth in one product?
I've used 41% Glyphosate products before- And my question is this. I live in a mobile home in NJ where I'm surrounded by trees and woods. I use a 41% Glyphosate to kill existing weeds as my yard is 99% weeds. I need a product that stands up to a lot of rain as NJ gets about 50" a year. Plus a product that will STOP new growth. I'm older and cannot be outside doing tons of yard work for extended periods. I use your Bifen TS or Talstar P for pest control with generally good results, but need some help with weed control and something to stop re-growth.

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Glyphosate products will only kill existing plants that are contacted with the spray; it will not persist in the soil or prevent and new plant growth. For a pre-emergent herbicide, we would need to know some more information, such as what, specifically, you are trying to keep from growing, if there are any desirable plants or turf and, if so, what kind, and how much area you may need to treat. If you are looking for a bare-ground herbicide to kill and prevent any plants at all from growing, then a popular choice is TVC Total Vegetation Control. This herbicide stays in the soil for about a year, preventing anything from growing in the treated area. You must be careful not to apply TVC within the drip line or near the root system of any desirable trees, grass, or other plants. Please see the product label for complete instructions.

If you have a lot of existing plants, then you may want to apply glyphosate anyway for faster kill.

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04/24/2016 Colton from New Hope, Ar

QHow much TVC Total Vegetation Control would you use for 25 gallon spray tank?

A

You will use 16.9 fl. oz. of TVC Total Vegetation Control in 25 gallons of water.†

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04/21/2016 Kim from Richfield, Ut

QHow much TVC should I mix in a 15 gal. tank spayer for weeds and grass?
To be used in a construction yard where equipment and material are stored.

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You would use roughly just under 1 ounce TVC per 1000 sq/ft in no less than 2 gallons of water. So you would need about 7 ounces into 15 gallons water.

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03/14/2016 Jones from Phoenix, Az

QWhat is the best product to use over landscape rocks to keep grass and weeds away?
What do you recommend to keep grass and weeds away...I live in the Phoenix Desert area and I want to reduce grass and weed growth under landscaping Rock.....no plants to worry about killing. Need the best ground clear product?

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Using a vegetation management product like TVC or Pramitol would be best. †They will kill and prevent anything from growing in the area up to 1 year. †Be aware they should not be applied inside the dripline of any desirable plants and trees as they can kill these if the roots absorb the product.

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