Clopyralid is suppose to be off the residental market. It has a long residual life and is being found in compost, which many homeowners love use in their gardens and landscaping, of course killing a lot of plant materials. Just thought I would share the Info.Originally posted by lars
I would second Confront. It's really good for most of the broadleaves out there. It contains trycloppyr and clopyralid if you're looking for the generic stuff.