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Ronald from Mcdonough, Ga writes

A local seed and feed store owner suggested that I drill in 1" hole by 8" deep, filling with Remedy Ultra and diesel for treatment of large diameter (over 8") bradford pear tree?


Are you trying to kill the tree?  If so typically it is best to cut down and then treat the stump.  To use Remedy Ultra for a cut stump treatment, you would cut the tree down to a stump and then treat the fresh cuts with Remedy Ultra Herbicide. For small volume applications, you would use 25-38.4 oz per gallon of water, being sure to get the outer layers and cambium of the stump. You will still need to remove the strumps and root systems physically after using herbicides to stop regrowth

Answer last updated on: 10/28/2018

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