Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 is designed to control woody plants, perennial and annuals broadleaf weeds on grass pastures, forests, rangeland, rights-of-way, conservation reserve program acres, in non-crop areas and ornamental turf, industrial sites and non-irrigation ditch banks. Some examples of woody plants Triclopyr 4 works on include Blackbrush, Alder, Brazilian Pepper, Douglas Fir, Kudzu, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Maples, Sweet Gum, Wax Myrtle and many other species. Annual and perennial broadleaf weeds covered include Bull Thistle, Dandelion, Clover, Smartweed, Wild Violet and several more. Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 is great for those looking to treat 50 acres or less of range and pasture land. Perfect for horse and cattle pastures - eliminate those weeds and provide nice grass for them to graze on!
Competitive product to Garlon 4 and Remedy
Available in half gallon (64 fl. oz), 1 gallon (128 fl. oz), 2.5 gallons (320 fl. oz) 30 gallon drum, and 270 gallon tote.
Avoid direct application to Christmas trees as conifer injury may result. When treating unwanted vegetation in Christmas tree plantations, use sprays directed away from conifers.
Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 may injure certain turf grass species. Do not apply to bahia grass, bentgrass, bermuda grass, centipede grass, St. Augustine grass, or zoysia grass, unless turf injury can be tolerated.
Do not apply Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 to exposed roots of shallow rooted trees and shrubs.
Do not apply Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 to golf course greens.
On use sites other than grazable areas and forestry sites, do not apply more than 8 lbs. ae per acre per year of triclopyr (8 qts./A/yr Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4).
On use sites that may be grazed, including rights-of-way, pasture, fence rows, and range land, do not apply more than 2 lbs. ae per acre per year of triclopyr (2 qts./A/yr of Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4).
On forestry use sites, do not apply more than 6 lbs. ae per acre per year of triclopyr (6 qts./A/yr of Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4).
In Arizona: The state of Arizona has not approved Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 for use on plants grown for commercial production; specifically on designated grazing areas or use on sod farms. Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Portions of grazed areas that intersect treated non-cropland, rights-of-way and forestry sites may be treated at up to 8 lbs. ae per acre if the area to be treated on the day of application comprises no more than 10% of the total grazable area.
Grazing and Haying Restrictions
Except for lactating dairy animals, there are no grazing restrictions following application of this product.
Grazing Lactating Dairy Animals: Do not allow lactating dairy animals to graze treated areas until the next growing season following application of this product.
Do not harvest hay for 14 days after application.
Slaughter Restrictions: Withdraw livestock from grazing treated grass or consumption of treated hay at least 3 days before slaughter. This restriction applies to grazing during the season following treatment or hay harvested during the season following treatment.
Using this as basal spray on acres of tough invasive autumn olive brush. At 10% (13 oz) with gallon of diesel it works well on this, up to 4" trunk dia. On the really large, old bushes with thick bark I recommend "hack and squirt" cutting a wedge in the trunk with a boys axe and squirting into the cut. On brush up to 3-4 ft., mixing w/ water and MSO and foliar spraying also effective for small brush.
Same result as Scott - Basal bark spray with 10% solution of this product and diesel fuel I was able to spray about 80 black locust saplings up to 5" in diameter with the 1/2 gallon jug. Sprayed on Memorial Day weekend and when I went back to check on July 4th weekend I had a 100% kill. I'll be using this method from now on to kill black locust. If you try cutting/pulling black locust out before they are dead it only seems to agitate them and make the problem worse.
What is the mixing rate of Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 to control broadleaf weeds in a bermuda pasture?
Per the product label: Hi-Yield Range and Pasture Triclopyr 4 may injure certain turfgrass species. Do not apply to bahiagrass, bentgrass, bermudagrass, centipedegrass, St. Augustine grass, or zoysiagrass, unless turf injury can be tolerated. It can actually be used to suppress bermuda and would not be recommended on it.
Which herbicide do you recommend to control Brazilian pepper trees?
Hi Yield, Crossbow or Martin's Clear Pasture or another product. Thank you
Control of Brazilian Pepper Tree can be tricky, and which herbicide is best will depend on the time of year and method that you are using. Something like RoundUp QuikPro (glyphosate and diquat) will likely only work on seedlings, and may take several weeks to kill the young plants:
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide can be used for basal bark treatments in general, however the product label does not specifically list Brazilian pepper tree as a plant that it controls.
This article from your Florida State Extension offers the most detailed recommendations for treating this invasive plant:
They recommend using Triclopyr Ester for basal bark treatments, which we carry in Hi-Yield Turflon Ester Ultra or Garlon 4 Herbicide in a pasture. Usually direct stump treatments offer the fastest control, however this is best done when the trees are not fruiting since seeds may be scattered and start new plants.