Pesticide Classification
_X Herbicide __ Fungicide
__ Bactericide
__ Insecticide/Miticide
__ Molluscicide __ Repellent
Properties Properties Properties
_X Selective
__ Non-selective

__ Pre-emergent
_X Post-emergent

_X Systemic
__ Contact
__ Broad Spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
__ Non-systemic

__ Protectant
__ Eradicant
__ Synthetic
__ Biological
__ Oil
__ Soap
__ Botanical
__ Other
__ Broad-spectrum
__ Specific

__ Systemic
__ Non-systemic

__ Contact poison
__ Stomach poison
__ Other

Common Brand Names:

Bonide Chickweed, Clover & Oxalis Killer (+ MCPA, Dicamba)
Ferti-lome Brush Killer, Stump Killer (Do not use on lawns)
Hi-Yield Turflon Ester
Monterey Spurge Power (+ MCPA, Dicamba)
Monterey Turflon Ester
Ortho Max Poison Ivy & Tough Brush Killer (Do not use on lawns)

Chemical Action and Usages: Triclopyr is a selective systemic herbicide used to control woody and herbaceous broadleaf weeds and difficult to control weeds such as clover, wild violets, and ground ivy in lawns, grasslands, parklands and along right of ways. It has little impact on cool season turf grass but may damage warm season varieties such as Bermuda grass, Zoysia and St. Augustine. This characteristic makes it usable as a Bermuda grass suppressant (follow label directions) in fescue, bluegrass and ryegrass lawns. Triclopyr controls target weeds by mimicking the plant hormone auxin, causing uncontrolled plant growth making the weed literally growing itself to death.

Cautions/Instructions: Read the label carefully of the brand you have selected and apply the product according to the directions on the label. Readily translocated through roots and foliage. Do not apply to exposed roots of desirable trees and shrubs. Do not apply in windy conditions as damage to desirable plants may occur. This chemical may damage warm season grasses such as zoysia and Bermuda.

Toxicity: May cause skin and eye irritation in humans. Slightly toxic to birds, fish and aquatic invertebrate. Keep out of lakes and streams.