Brushmaster Herbicide-Flexible Label
Brushmaster Herbicide as a post-emergent herbicide controls the toughest brush such as brambles, multiflora rose, kudzu, poison ivy, poison oak, and many other listed trees, vines and broadleaf weeds. Brushmaster is an ester Trimec formulation that can be sprayed almost any season of the year with its flexible label.
Many Uses (Non Crop Areas)
Many uses include roadside ditches, fencerows, shoulders, farmstead buildings and other non-crop areas. Brushmaster is a low-volatile formulation that penetrates the unwanted vegetation and kills the roots. It is tough on broadleaf weeds and brush. It will not strip treated areas of erosion protection such as chemical sterilants and is economical to use.
Cool Season Grasses
Brushmaster Herbicide will work in most cool-season grasses (not bentgrass) and offers the choice of foliar, basal bark, cut stump or fill application methods. It kills many weeds and brush that other herbicides do not touch. It may be mixed with either oil or water (cool season grasses are tolerant when mixed with water). For best results, spray Brushmaster when weeds are actively growing in the spring or early fall months. During hot and dry periods, avoid spraying unless there is enough irrigation.
- Kills unwanted trees, vines, and broadleaf weeds as listed
- Will not harm grasses when mixed with water per label directions
- Offers flexible application methods
- Can be applied almost any time of year
- Penetrates and translocates to kill roots
- Can be mixed with water or oil