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Gordon's Brush Killer Concentrate for Large Property, 32 oz.

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Gordon's Brush Killer for Large Property delivers dependable control of tough brush and weeds in a formulation developed specifically for larger properties.

  • Controls tough listed weeds and brush including poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac, thistle and black locust
  • Ideal for use along fence rows and property lines (spot treatment)

Specification Description
Product Type: Brush Killers
Brand: Gordon's
Natural or Organic: No
Package Size: 1 qt.
Warranty: Limited
Weed Type: Weeds, Brush, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poison Sumac, Thistle, Black Locust
Package Type: Bottle
Manufacturer Part Number 2321862
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Will this kill crepe myrtle suckers? I've cut down a couple of trees but the roots remain & are growing suckers .

Asked by: Marly
Brush Killer For Large Property would injure the crepe myrtle suckers. Multiple applications may be needed for full control.
Answered by: Product Specialist
Date published: 2018-10-02

Triclopyr, What percentage? It would seem that this is the chemical needed to kill, Lawn Violets and my lawn is littered with these and Weed and Feed does not seem to effect them.

Asked by: DukeDjinn
You are correct that an herbicide with triclopyr will have good control of wild violets, however, I will need a little bit more information from you to properly answer your question. Please call our support line for further assistance. 1800-884-3179
Answered by: Product Specialist
Date published: 2018-07-06
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