Trimec

Discussion in 'Pesticide & Herbicide Application' started by cglservice, May 16, 2004.

  1. cglservice

    cglservice LawnSite Member
    from Ky
    Posts: 101

    OK before you say it (get a license) I just got the study guides last week working on it.
    Now to the question I am tired of pulling bine weed in ivy beds
    with some box woods and holy trees ( this is for my self ) I have done some spot spraying with roundup but I can not stay a ahead of it.

    Thinking of using some Trimec Classic because of the low odor,
    but I am having a hard time finding something that I can use preferably OT,

    Classic list it will kill other ivy, so I would say it would kill my English ivy too.

    What to do too keep the wife from being B'' Oh sorry I should say from fussing about the WEEDS.

    Thanks
    Michael E
     
  2. lawnservice

    lawnservice LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 589

    I'll jump in on this one since no one else has. Your right about the trimec causing damage to your english ivy, dont use it as an over the top application.
    Might want to take a look at Fusilade label, thats probably your best bet.

    now as for me, when my wife gets 'fussing about weeds' I just say very calmly....these are your weeds to hun...anytime you feel like getting dirt under those precious fingernails...... :)
     
  3. cglservice

    cglservice LawnSite Member
    from Ky
    Posts: 101

    Thanks Lawnservice I will check and see if I can get some local,
    What I found was Fusilade II turf & ornamental.

    Not sure why some are not willing to comment on such things???

    Wife - those manicures can be very exspensive sometimes,more than just money.:laugh:
     

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