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How to kill trees? #3922231
06/07/23 03:32 PM
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Would love to pick some of your brains on what chemical is best for killing trees when using hack and squirt method? Thank you!

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922234
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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922243
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I use Arsenal. Also use a hatchet instead of machete because it cuts deeper.

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: BCLC] #3922261
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Yep. Proof provided by Updike!


experience is a freakin' awesome teacher....
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922348
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I took my chainsaw and cut about 1 inch deep all the way around some 20+ inch diameter sweet gums and sprayed immediately in the cut with a 50/50 mix of 41% glyosphate and water. They are all dying within 3 weeks of spraying.

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Squadron77] #3922363
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Originally Posted by Squadron77
I use Arsenal. Also use a hatchet instead of machete because it cuts deeper.


Arsenal will kill everything - INCLUDING trees. Be careful when using.


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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922427
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Thank you fellas! I'll be getting busy here pretty soon.

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922477
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Look up the updyke recipe.

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3922578
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Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.


"Cull" is just another four letter word...
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: k bush] #3922635
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Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.


Will the Garlon kill pines? I tried to thin young pines a couple years ago with gly + imazapyr and it didn't bother them. It did kill the hardwoods.


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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Hunting-231] #3922655
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Originally Posted by Hunting-231
Originally Posted by Squadron77
I use Arsenal. Also use a hatchet instead of machete because it cuts deeper.


Arsenal will kill everything - INCLUDING trees. Be careful when using.


Not pine trees when sprayed aerially.


83% of all statistics are made up.

Re: How to kill trees? [Re: k bush] #3922712
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Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.

How are you mixing the tordon?


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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3922818
06/08/23 03:16 PM
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Originally Posted by poorcountrypreacher
Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.


Will the Garlon kill pines? I tried to thin young pines a couple years ago with gly + imazapyr and it didn't bother them. It did kill the hardwoods.


My handy dandy pocket chart says Triclopyr does control pine. Haven't applied this mix to any yet, but I have a couple of propects in mind.


"Cull" is just another four letter word...
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Turkey_neck] #3922819
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.

How are you mixing the tordon?


I don't, the RTU is "ready to use"


"Cull" is just another four letter word...
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: k bush] #3922883
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Originally Posted by k bush
Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.

How are you mixing the tordon?


I don't, the RTU is "ready to use"

How does it do on gum, poplar and oaks?


Would walk over a naked woman to get to a gobblin turkey!
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: donia] #3922945
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Originally Posted by donia
Originally Posted by BCLC
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Yep. Proof provided by Updike!

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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Turkey_neck] #3923062
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Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
Originally Posted by k bush
Originally Posted by Turkey_neck
Originally Posted by k bush
Dr Craig harper's TSI mix:
50% Garlon 3A (Triclopyr Amine)
40% water
10% Imazapyr
It must be mixed in that order. The Imazapyr work on species that the Triclopyr is weak on and vice versa. Get you a good Eastwing or Fiskars hatchet and a spray bottle. One squirt per 3" diameter. I've done drill/fill using a cordless impact with a 3/8" auger bit and it works. But I've gone to using a hatchet for efficiency.

Triumph RTU is a generic for Tordon RTU and is available in quart bottles, the last I bought was around $20/qt. This may be a cheaper option if you don't have a large area to do.

How are you mixing the tordon?


I don't, the RTU is "ready to use"

How does it do on gum, poplar and oaks?


Dead


"Cull" is just another four letter word...
Re: How to kill trees? [Re: poorcountrypreacher] #3929828
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Originally Posted by poorcountrypreacher


Will the Garlon kill pines? I tried to thin young pines a couple years ago with gly + imazapyr and it didn't bother them. It did kill the hardwoods.


It will but glyphosate is better at it


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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3929886
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Re: How to kill trees? [Re: Stickem] #3930053
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Stickem, there are several things to know before I’d feel good about suggestions. As you are using a very targeted application method, are you concerned with hurting nearby trees you don’t want to kill? What are your primary target species? What is the setting? Is it forestry, wildlife habitat, or your backyard?


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