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Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by Coffeecraver, Nov 12, 2004.
Is there something compatable?
Yes you can, Scythe.
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Scythe? Please explain........
turf78 Scythe Herbicide.
That is a non-selective herbicide and im not sure it can be used to control suckers on Crape Myrtles.
Thanks heritage,I have that link.
The Sucker Stopper i know I can get online,however I would rather get a product to do the samething locally. I have heard that Lesco has a product that is compatable but when I called them they seemed to have no clue.
So I guess I need to know the active ingredient and then ask them for that.
I know several people round here that uses round up for sucker control. I have personally seen them spray crab, pear, and a few others with it with no harmful side effects to the tree. I am to affraid to try it myself. For what its worth...
Well this is no surprise since Glyphosate was originally developed as PGR.
Does anyone have data on rates of application as a PGR? I don't recall any of this being on the label.
I think it would be an easy way to control suckers on crepe myrtles if used at the correct rate.
I got a bottle of sucker stopper for crape myrtles a couple years ago and had less than good results with it. We weed them off now and even though it scars the bark I don't see any bad effects on plant or blooming.
What will work on Cottonwood suckers all over my back yard. I have 2 Cottonwoods one is 40' the other was 40' but broke and was cut down to 25'. My backyard is 40' x 100' and has a sucker every square ft almost.