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What to use to spray your fenceline...

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing, Outdoors' started by SanditeCowboy, Apr 9, 2011.

  1. Fugazi

    Fugazi Wrangler

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    I've used Tordon before and it worked really well, but I have been told that it can leech into surrounding plants/trees and kill them too. I can't have that...
  2. RxCowboy

    A/V Subscriber RxCowboy Has no Rx for his orange obsession.

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    Why would you want to spay your fenceline? I mean, you might want to neuter your sidewalk... but spay your fenceline? What? Oh, spray your fenceline... never mind...
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    Bwahahahaha!!!!
  4. MSteph57

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    I use Glyphos that you can get at a COOP or maybe Lowe's. 1 cup to a 4 gallon backpack sprayer. If its a problem area that seems to get stronger after you spray it up it to 1 1/2 or 1 3/4 cups. Should be completely dead a week after spraying.
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    Compare-N-Save is good stuff. The gelling you refer to is the surfactant in the herbicide that makes it spread better on the leaves. I called the company and they said it was "fully loaded" meaning it has all the surfactant you can put in it and any globs you see are just the surfactant settling after being stored in solution with water or in cold weather. They said just shake it till the gel disappears.
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    A/V Subscriber CPTNQUIRK A Legend in His Own Mind

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    That didn't work. I contacted the company and they couldn't give a solution to my problem. It kept plugging the fine screen on the pump suction and the nozzle. I gave up and went back to Round-Up concentrate. No more problems.
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    2-4-D
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  8. Cimarron

    Cimarron It's not dying I'm talking about, it's living.

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    Round Up......
  9. Cimarron

    Cimarron It's not dying I'm talking about, it's living.

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    Won't kill the grass.
  10. RxCowboy

    A/V Subscriber RxCowboy Has no Rx for his orange obsession.

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    We used the 2-4-D during the Miles/Clay years. Didn't work.
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    When mixed with roundup ;)

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