Pathfinder II Specialty Herbicide
Pathfinder II Specialty Herbicide
Pathfinder II Specialty Herbicide is a ready-to-use formula with 13.6% of triclopyr controls more than 80 woody plants through the use of basal bark application treatments. As a specialty herbicide, it may be applied to bark or cut surfaces of undesirable trees or vines in non-crop areas, forests, permanent and rangeland pastures, rights-of-way sites, fence rows, and other sites (see label for the complete list).
With the same active ingredient, compare Pathfinder II ready to use herbicide to Garlon Herbicide. This selective specialty herbicide may be applied to warm- and cool-season right-of-way grasses, including fescue and brome, and warm- and cool-season native grass species. It is a low odor herbicide, and the diluent is derived from a naturally occurring nonpetroleum substance.
- Controls more than 80 woody plant species
- Ready-to-use herbicide for basal bark and cut-stump use
- Same active ingredient as Garlon herbicides
- Selective to warm- and cool-season right-of-way grasses, including fescue and brome, and warm- and cool-season native grass species
- Ideal for low-profile individual plant treatments
- No mixing required
- Diluent is derived from a naturally occurring nonpetroleum substance
- Low odor Ideal for low-profile individual plant treatments, allowing for use year-round
- Low basal treatments
- Individual Plant Treatments
- Grazing and Haying Restrictions Grazing green forage:
- There are no grazing restrictions for livestock or dairy animals on treated areas.
- Haying (harvesting of dried forage)
- Do not harvest hay for 14 days after application.
- Slaughter Restrictions
- During the season of application, withdraw livestock from grazing treated grass at least 3 days before slaughter.
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ailanthus alder, red alder, speckled ash, green ash, white aspen*1 Australian pine basswood beech, American birch, black birch, gray birch, paper blackberry blackgum boxelder bois d’arc briar, green Brazilian pepper cherry, black *1 cherry, choke cherry, pin chinaberry Chinese tallow tree cottonwood dogwood, flowering dogwood, red-osier elbow bush elm, American elm, winged*1 gallberry greenbriar*1 guava,hackberry hawthorne hazel hedge hercules club hickory, mockernut hickory, pignut honeylocust hornbeam (blue beach) huisache locust, black1 lotebush madrone, Pacific manzanita, greenleaf maple, bigleaf *1 maple, mountain maple, red maple, silver maple, striped maple, sugar maple, vine mesquite*1,,*3 mountain-laurel oak, black *2 oak, blackjack *2 oak, chestnut oak, post *2 oak, red oak, scarlet oak, water oak, white olive, autumn,olive, Russian osage orange pecan persimmon, common pine, jack pine, loblolly pine, ponderosa pine, red pine, white plum (Prunus spp.) plum, sand plum, wild poison ivy poison oak poplar, balsam privet*1 redcedar, eastern rose, multiflora salt cedar*1 sassafras*1 sumac, smooth*1 sumac, staghorn*1 sweetgum sycamore tamarack tanoak walnut waxmyrtle willow yaupon yellow poplar yucca
1-Some resprouting may occur.
2-Not recommended for streamline basal treatment.
3-Suppression only with streamline basal bark treatment
|Active Ingredient (s)||triclopyr 13.6%|
|For Use :||rangeland and permanent pastures, and in non-crop areas including industrial manufacturing and storage sites, rights-of- way such as electrical power lines, communication lines, pipelines, road sides and railroads, and commercial and residential landscapes, fence rows, non-irrigation ditch banks and around farm buildings. Use on these sites may include application to grazed areas as well as establishment and maintenance of wildlife openings.|