What does a herbicide surfactant do?

What does a herbicide surfactant do?

Surfactants reduce the surface tension of spray droplets, increasing spray retention and allowing the spray droplets to spread over a larger area (Figure 2). An increase in spray coverage is especially important with contact herbicides that do not move within plants.

What does remedy contain?

Remedy Ultra Herbicide is a post-emergent herbicide that controls woody plants and broadleaf weeds on rangelands and pastures. Remedy contains Triclopyr and can be used to control more than 35 different species of brush weeds.

What chemical is in remedy?

herbicide triclopyr
Remedy RerllisiEle is an oil soluble, emulsifiable liquid product containing the herbicide triclopyr. Remedy may be applied to woody or herbaceous broad leaf plants as a foliar spray or as a basal bark or to cut stump application to woody plants.

What do you use remedy for?

Use Remedy® Ultra specialty herbicide for the control of listed susceptible woody plants and annual and perennial broadleaf weeds on rangelands, permanent grass pastures, and conservation reserve program (CRP) acres (including fence rows and non-irrigation ditch banks within these areas).

Do I need to use surfactant with herbicide?

There are many herbicides that have specific requirements and labels recommend that they be applied with a specifically formulated surfactant or adjuvant to best ensure the success rate of the application. Be sure to read the label thoroughly before applying in case a specific surfactant is required.

What is remedy spray used for?

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Is Triclopyr same as remedy?

Triclopyr is one of the most commonly used herbicides on rangeland. Sold predominately in the past under the trade name Remedy, this herbicide when mixed with diesel and applied as a low-volume stem spray will provide excellent control of most woody plant species.

What’s in Remedy herbicide?

The Remedy formulation, manufactured by Dow AgroSciences, mixes the active ingredient triclopyr with petroleum based carriers.

What do you mix with remedy?

Use a mixture of Remedy™ herbicide and diesel fuel oil or vegetable oil for yucca control. The oil ensures that the herbicide will cover the plant thoroughly and be absorbed into the plant. The recommended mixture is 15% Remedy™ and 85% diesel fuel or vegetable oil (see mixing table below).

What’s in remedy herbicide?


Active Ingredient Triclopyr, butoxyethyl ester 60.45%
Coverage Area 1/4 to 1 acre of coverage
Shipping Weight 9.67 lbs
Manufacturer Dow AgroSciences
UPC 662974591436

What is the difference between glyphosate and triclopyr?

The main difference between Triclopyr and Glyphosate is that Triclopyr kills only broadleaf plants (non-grassy plants), while Glyphosate kills all plant species. Both Triclopyr and Glyphosate are systemic herbicides, meaning they enter the plant and disrupt its biological processes, killing it down to the root.

How long does remedy stay in the soil?

The reported half-life of triclopyr in soils varies from 3.7 to 314 days, but averages 30 days, depending on the formulation applied and the specific soil and environmental conditions.

What is the difference in remedy and Remedy Ultra?

Dow AgroSciences is replacing the Remedy formulation with a new formulation called Remedy Ultra. Remedy Ultra will contain the same active ingredient in the same quantity but will replace the petroleum based carriers with vegetable oil carriers.

Is triclopyr 4 the same as remedy?

Triclopyr 4 Herbicide – 1 Gallon (Same AI Remedy Ultra and Garlon 4 Herbicide) Same active ingredient as Remedy Ultra and Garlon 4.

When should you spray remedies?

The best time to apply Remedy Ultra Herbicide is when the plants you are treating for are actively growing and temps are above 55 degrees. 21 of 22 people found this answer helpful.

  • October 21, 2022