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Old 07-12-2014, 04:38 PM   #1
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Anyone know how to dilute garlon (triclopyr)?


Have some triclopyr, its an oily brown liquid to the touch, and something tells me it is not water soluble- perhaps needing an "emulsifier", I dunno. Any one here really know about this real strong herbicide?

I have used it for years as a "brush on", using a small hog's hair brush, diluted 20% in 80% gasoline, for penetration, but this is good only for small local areas (recently cut tree stump, etc).

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