Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer
Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer Triclopyr 4ec Herbicide

Triclopyr 4ec Herbicide

ALLIGARE

Triclopyr 4ec Herbicide

Triclopyr 4ec Herbicide (Garlon|Remedy) is a post-emergent herbicide used to control broadleaf vegetation in various areas like grass pastures and rangelands. It is formulated with the active ingredient Triclopyr and is ideal for clearing woody plants, brush, and broadleaf weeds.

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Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer, manufactured by Alligare, is a systemic selective herbicide used to eliminate trees, brush and woody plants from various types of landscapes. It is ideally used to thin out forests, clear grass pastures, rangelands, and public highways.

This emulsifiable concentrate works systemically, absorbing through the leaves and roots of the plants and interfering with their growth. When trees or broadleaf weeds are obstructing the view of roads, slowing down a construction project, or crowding a residential area, applying Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer can be a useful solution.

Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer successfully controls thick post-emergent vegetation with little or no impact on commercial turf, when applied according to the product label instructions. With its powerful active ingredient Triclopyr BEE- 61.6%, Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer becomes the most economical way to reclaim your pasture and more from brush and weeds.

Tools Needed

To use Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer, you will need a skid sprayer to cover large areas. For smaller jobs, you can use a hand-held pump sprayer or backpack sprayer.

How to Use

Spraying Triclopyr 4

  • Step 1: Determine how much Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer you need by measuring the square footage of the treatment area. To do this, measure the length and width of the treatment area in feet then multiply together (length X width = square footage). For acerage applications, you will need to take the square footage and divide it by one acre (square footage / 43,560 sq. ft. = acre). Spot treatments on commercial turf should be done at a rate of 3/8 to 3/4 fl. oz. of Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer per 1 to 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. For woody plants as a foliage treatment, use 4 to 8 quarts of product per 5 gallons of water per acre. Do not apply more than 2 quarts of product per acre or 1.5 fluid ounces per 1000 square feet of Alligare Triclopyr 4 in a single application.
  • Step 2: Fill your sprayer halfway with water, then add measured amount of Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer. Pour remaining amount of water and shake until solution is evenly mixed.
  • Step 3: Apply the mixed solution to the target weed or brush. Use a fan spray nozzle setting to get an even coating on the target plant. Apply to the roots of the plant as well as the leaves.

Where to Use

Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer can be used in forests, on permanent grass pastures, rangelands, conservation reserve programs (CRP acres) (including non-irrigation ditch banks and fence rows within these areas), right-of-ways, non-crop areas (including industrial manufacturing and storage sites), fence rows, industrial sites and non-irrigation ditch banks, around farm buildings, and rights-of-way such as electrical power lines, communication lines, pipelines, roadsides, and railroads.

It may also be applied on perennial bluegrass, perennial ryegrass, and tall fescue ornamental turf (such as sod farms, commercial turf, and golf courses).

Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer use on these sites may include application to grazed areas as well as for the establishment and maintenance of wildlife openings.

Do not apply to bahiagrass, bentgrass, bermudagrass, centipedegrass, St. Augustine grass, or zoysiagrass, unless turf injury can be tolerated.

When to Use

Apply Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer during calm days, when rain is not in the immediate forecast.

Withdraw livestock from grazing treated grass or consumption of treated hay at least 3 days before slaughter. This restriction applies to grazing during the season following treatment or hay harvested during the season following treatment.

Safety Information

Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer is safe to use around children and pets when applied according to the product label instructions. Always wear the proper personal protective equipment (PPE) when mixing and applying this product.

Except for lactating dairy animals, there are no grazing restrictions following application of this product. Do not allow lactating dairy animals to graze treated areas until the next growing season following application of this product. Do not harvest hay for 14 days after application of Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer.

Do not enter treated areas until the product has completely dried.

Special Considerations

Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer can be mixed with various other chemicals such as surfactants like Alligare 90 that increase the effectiveness of the product. When Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer is mixed with water, it creates an emulsion that will require constant agitation.

Alternatively, you can mix Triclopyr with oil instead of water. Oil will help carry the product to the roots faster than water. Using an indicator dye, like Vision Pro Max, with Triclopyr will be helpful to keep track of where you have sprayed and to avoid over-application.

AvailabilityIn Stores, Online
Restricted UseNo
Shipping Restrictions16 Ounce: AK, HI
2.5 Gallon: AK, HI
32 Ounce: AK, HI
1 Gallon: AK, HI
BrandALLIGARE
Keith's Pro Tips"Some desired plants are sensitive to Triclopyr. When applying Triclopyr, it may be helpful to use a piece of cardboard or plastic to block any drift or spray from coming in contact with non-target plants."
Product DrawbacksTriclopyr 4 Brush Killer is highly concentrated so it must be measured well before application. Be careful not to overapply and be careful applying near areas where your desired ornamental bushes and plants are.
Target PestsAlder, Arrowwood, Ash, Aspen, Bear Clover, Beech, Birch, Black gum, Black Medic, Blackberry, Blackbrush, Boxelder, Brazilian Pepper, Buckthorn, Bull Thistle, Burdock, Canada Thistle, Cascara, Ceanothus, Cherry, Chicory, Chinquapin, Choke Cherry, Cinquefoil, Clover, Cottonwood, Crataegus, Creeping Beggarweed, Curly dock, Dandelion, Dogfennel, Dogwood, Douglas fir, Eastern Persimmon, Elderberry, Elm, Field Bindweed, Gallberry, Goldenrod, Granjeno, Ground Ivy, Guajillo, Guava Tulip Poplar, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hickory, Hornbeam, Huisache (suppression), Kudzu, Lambsquarters, Lespedeza, Locust, Madrone, Maples, Matchweed, Milkweed Vine, Mulberry, Mustard, Oaks, Osage Orange, Oxalis, Pepper Vine, Persimmon, Pine, Plantain, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poplar, Purple Loosestrife, Ragweed, Salmonberry, Salt Cedar, Saltbush, Sassafras, Scotch Broom, Sericea Lespedeza, Smartweed, Sulfur Cinquefoil, Sumac, Sweet Clover, Sweet Gum, Sweetbay Magnolia, Sycamore, Tan Oak Gorse, Thimbleberry, Tree-of-Heaven, Tropical Soda Apple, Trumpet Creeper, Twisted Acacia, Vetch, Virginia Creeper, Wax Myrtle, Wild Carrot, Wild Lettuce, Wild Rose, Wild Violet, Willow, Winged elm, Yarrow
Application EquipmentGloves, Pump Sprayer, Respirator Mask, Spray Rig
Application MethodsBasal Treatment, Broadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Active IngredientTriclopyr BEE 61.6%
Product TypeHerbicide
FormulationEmulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application RateSpot treatments on commercial turf should be done at a rate of 3/8 to 3/4 fl. oz. of Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer per 1 to 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. For woody plants as a foliage treatment, use 4 to 8 quarts of product per 5 gallons of water per acre.
Shelf LifeTriclopyr 4 Brush Killer will last for up to 3 years when stored in a cool, dry area above 28°F.
YieldFor foliage treatment of woody plants, one gallon of Triclopyr 4 can treat up to one acre. For broadleaf weed control, one quart can treat one acre.
Use SitesOutdoors
Time to KillTriclopyr 4 Brush Killer can take up to 14 days to kill vegetation. Reapplications may be necessary after 4 weeks to control heavy brush that are more resilient.
Comparable ProductsGarlon 4, Remedy
Incompatible Grass Types Bentgrass, Kikuyugrass, St Augustine, Zoysiagrass
Incompatible Home SidingBrick, Hardie Plank, Stone Veneer, Wood, Vinyl
EPA Registration #81927-11
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Great Product
Does a great job killing brush & small saplings. I use it on ditches and fence rows.
As with most herbicides, it is expensive.
Kills clover
Great for killing clover
Good Product
I used the Triclopyr with Glyphosate to kill a combination of broadleaf and woody brush prior to sowing prairie seed in the future. Twelve days later, it has evidenced good control. I expect that I may need to repeat the application in a month or so, but I'm happy with the results and the price, compared to what Triclopyr (Garlon) costs at my local farm supply store.
Good value
Great product
This chemical works great. It kills trees with their leaves on. Canada thistles, koscia, and lots of others I have not used it on.
Kills trees
thistles. lots of other weeds
Kinda expensive
Great weed and tree killer
This is a great product. I use in on Kosia and giant rag weed in combination with with 2X4XD. It also is an excellent tree killer on small trees that are 6' or less. I use it straight in a water mixture. One last item I use it on is Canada thistle. It is deadly on them and I don't have to worry about them coming back once they are dead. I again mix it with 2x4xD.
Great killer
easy to use
Cost but is worth it on how it works
100%
6/19/23
JULIE NELSON
Verified Buyer
Excellent Product and even better customer service
I bought the product to kill poison ivy on my property. Mixed 1/4 product toe 3/4 diesel worked like a charm. When I hadn't received the product, I emailed the company. They promptly responded, researched and found out the product had been damaged in shipping and quickly resent me the product. It arrived within a couple days. You can't ask for better than that. I will definitely use Solutions again.
100%
5/1/23
DWoods
Verified Buyer
Dennis Woods
I had a ton of sweetgums (Liquidambar styraciflua)
coming up in my food plot. I picked some of this up and it killed them grave yard dead. Mix Triclopyr 4 a little hot around 4 ounces to the gallon and it will kill it all.
100%
10/5/22
Charles Powell
Verified Buyer
Use it with Diesel for mesquite basal spray for trees up to about 5" in diameter. 95# kill rate. Mix it with Sonora, a surfactant and blue dye making for foliar spray. Excellent results.
100%
8/29/22
Jerry Davis
Verified Buyer
Great at killing woody trees and shrubs
Worked great killing all of the woody trees and shrubs I had coming up in my cutover.
100%
8/29/22
Steve Smith
Verified Buyer
Works great!
I had been using Glyphosate products on a gravel parking lot with out much success. This product worked extremely well on the existing brush and weeds. I mixed 2.5 gal. Triclopyr w/2.5 gal Roundup to make 100 gallons. I also added Ammonium Sulfate and a surfactant. Weeds started to brown in about 3-4 days, and have not noticed any new growth after 2 weeks.
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More Information
Restricted Use No
Shipping Restrictions AK, HI
Availability In Stores, Online
Signal Word CAUTION
Keith's Pro Tip "Some desired plants are sensitive to Triclopyr. When applying Triclopyr, it may be helpful to use a piece of cardboard or plastic to block any drift or spray from coming in contact with non-target plants."
Target Pests Multi Bear Clover , Bermudagrass, Black Medic, Bull Thistle, Burdock, Canada Thistle, Cherry, Cinquefoil, Clover, Creeping Beggarweed, Curly Dock, Dandelion, Field Bindweed, Kikuyugrass, Kudzu, Lambsquarters, Lespedeza, Oak, Oxalis, Plantain, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Ragweed, Smartweed, Trumpet Creeper, Virginia Creeper, Wild Carrot, Wild Lettuce, Willow, Yarrow, Alder, Arrowwood, Ash, Aspen, Beech, Birch, Black Gum, Blackberry, Blackbrush, Boxelder, Brazilian Pepper, Buckthorn, Cascara, Ceanothus, Chicory, Chinquapin, Choke Cherry, Cottonwood, Dogfennel, Dogwood, Douglas Fir, Eastern Persimmon, Elderberry, Elm, Gallberry, Goldenrod, Gorse, Granjeno, Ground Ivy, Guajillo, Guava, Hawthorn, Hazel, Hickory, Hornbeam, Huisache, Locust, Madrone, Maples, Matchweed, Milkweed Vine, Mulberry, Mustard, Osage Orange, Pepper Vine, Persimmon, Pine, Poplar, Purple Loosestrife, Salmonberry, Salt Cedar, Saltbush, Saltbush Silver Myrtle, Sassafras, Scotch Broom, Sericea Lespedeza, Sulfur Cinquefoil, Sumac, Sweet Clover, Sweet Gum, Sweetbay Magnolia, Sycamore, Tan Oak, Thimbleberry, Tree-of-Heaven, Tropical Soda Apple, Tulip Poplar, Twisted Acacia, Vetch, Wax Myrtle, Wild Rose, Wild Violet, Winged Elm
Time to Kill Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer can take up to 14 days to kill vegetation. Reapplications may be necessary after 4 weeks to control heavy brush that are more resilient.
Chemical Type Herbicide
Formulation Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC)
Application Methods Basal Treatment, Broadcast Spray, Spot Treatment
Product Drawbacks Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer is highly concentrated so it must be measured well before application. Be careful not to overapply and be careful applying near areas where your desired ornamental bushes and plants are.
Active Ingredient Triclopyr BEE 61.6%
Application Equipment Gloves, Pump Sprayer, Respirator Mask, Spray Rig
Mix Rate Spot treatments on commercial turf should be done at a rate of 3/8 to 3/4 fl. oz. of Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer per 1 to 2 gallons of water per 1,000 sq. ft. For woody plants as a foliage treatment, use 4 to 8 quarts of product per 5 gallons of water per acre.
Low Use Rate 0.375 fl. oz./1,000 sq. ft.
High Use Rate 5.82 fl. oz./1,000 sq. ft.
Use Sites Outdoors
Yield For foliage treatment of woody plants, one gallon of Triclopyr 4 can treat up to one acre. For broadleaf weed control, one quart can treat one acre.
EPA Registration No. 81927-11
Shelf Life Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer will last for up to 3 years when stored in a cool, dry area above 28°F.
Comparable Products Garlon 4, Remedy
Children or pets? No
Property Characteristics None
Questions and Answers
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  1. Q:What is the best product for bind weed
    5/5/24
    A:This will depend on your preference and the area to be treated. Triclopyr Herbicide will control field bindweed present in your property.

    Amanda

    5/6/24
  2. Q:Going to have underbrush mulched on an acre of pines. Plan on spraying this after the mulching to control the vines and bushes. my question is will this product hurt the pines , full grown 70 pines most are at least 10 -15 inch pines. Thanks
    5/2/24
    A:No it will not affect the trees. Mix product with diesel @ about 5% - 10% rate.

    Anonymous

    5/2/24
  3. Q:I'm talking 50 acres. is triclopyr 4 any cheaper in order to do farmland?
    4/11/24
  4. Q:I want to kill every root left after clear cutting all growth on 75 acres. How much Triclopyr 4ec will I need and do I need any other oil and how many gallons of water per gallon of each other?
    4/11/24
  5. Q:I want to kill the all the vegetation on about an acre of ground this year before seeding the ground next year. I have been told by a fellow prairie land steward to combine Triclopyr with Glyphosate and a surfactant in a water solution. I will be using a backpack sprayer. Would you recommend using 3-5 oz. of Triclopyr per gallon?
    3/10/24
    A:Triclopyr 4ec Herbicide is only labeled to be tank mixed with a glyphosate product called Glyphosate 4 herbicide so keep this in mind. Without knowing what area you are trying to treat its hard to say the specific rate. However, for broadcast applications on ornamental turf use ½ to 1 quart of product in 100 gallons of water per acre. A surfactant like Nanotek can be used at a rate of 1 to 2 quarts per acre for whatever site you are trying to treat. https://www.solutionsstores.com/nanotek-surfactant

    Amanda

    3/11/24
  6. Q:This product has a strong chemical odor, how toxic is it to people and the land?
    3/8/24
    A:If you want specific toxicity and health hazards then its best to check out the SDS attachment on our webpage. But it does state on the label to keep people and pets out of the treated area until the sprays have dried.

    Amanda

    3/8/24
  7. Q:Can you apply tricloptyr by air drone?
    2/8/24
    A:It would be best to speak with the manufacturer, Alligare, for this specific information as its not very clear on the label. It may be applied with a fixed-wing aircraft, but air drones are not clearly specified as this type of equipment. (334) 741-9393

    Amanda Chavez

    2/8/24
    Certified Buyer
  8. Q:I have a household well roughly 50 feet away from Brazilian pepper trees that were just cut down. The landscape company already applied some chemicals to the stumps but the berries are on the ground where they removed debris.  Can I use this as a control spray to kill young sprouts if /when they come back to keep them from getting so big?
    1/19/24
    A:Yes, Triclopyr 4 Brush Killer can be applied to cut stumps of Brazilian pepper trees. For specific application instructions and rates refer to page 5 of the product label.

    Amanda Chavez

    1/19/24
    Certified Buyer
  9. Q:How many ounces of Triclopyr 4 and basal bark oil do I mix to make one gallon for buckthorn kill?
    10/6/23
    A:1 pint Trichlopyr 4 to 3 and 1 half quarts of diesel fuel does the trick for me. No basal bark oil needed.

    Charles Frink

    10/9/23
    Certified Buyer
  10. Q:How safe around pets?
    10/5/23
    A:Triclopyr is safe around pets, as long as you allow it to completely dry.

    Camille Landry

    8/16/17
    Certified Buyer
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