Relegate Selective Herbicide

Relegate Selective Herbicide

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Product Overview

Relegate Selective Herbicide is formulated to provide producers and ranchers versatile, long-lasting brush control distinctively designed for pastures and range. It provides excellent safety to grasses and control to over 60 species of woody plants along with tough to control perennial and annual broadleaf weeds, fundamentally leading to healthier pastures. This product may be applied to herbaceous broadleaf or woody plants as a foliar spray. It may also be applied to woody plants as a cut stump treatment or basal bark treatment. It is also compatible to be used with a lot of other broadleaf active ingredients. It is compatible to be tank mixed with fertilizer in liquid nitrogen form and applied foliarly. It can be applied using numerous methods from spray drift application to high-volume foliage treatment.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Triclopyr, butoxyethyl ester 61.6%
Target pests Alder, boxelder, cottoonwood, dogwood, gallberry, hickory, kudzu, maples, osage orange, virginia creeper, clover, clinquefoil, dendelion, bull thistle and others
* See Label for complete list
For use in Forests, grass pastures, rangeland and Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land including non-irrigation ditch banks and fence rows
Application Apply foliarly by diluting with water or as an oil-water emulsion at rates of 1 to 6 quarts per acre
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on Label
Formulation Professional Product
NOT FOR SALE TO AK, DC, HI
Shipping Weight 9.00 lbs
Manufacturer Nufarm (Mfg. Number: CHRELEGATE1)
UPC 094922178510
EPA Registration 228-521

Details

KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED

Woody Plants: Alder, Arrowwood, Ash, Aspen, Bear, Clover (Bearmat), Beech, Birch, Blackberry, Blackbrush, Black gum, Boxelder (1), Brazilian Pepper, Buchthorn, Cascara, Ceanothus, Cherry, Chinquapin, Choke, Cherry, Cottonwood, Crataegus (hawthorn), Dogwood, Douglas fir, Elderberry, Elm, Gallberry, Gorse, Granjeno, Guajillo, Guava (3), Hawthorn, Hazel, Hickory, Hornbeam, Huisache (suppression), Kudzu (2), Locust, Madrone, Maples, Milkweed Vine (3), Mulberry Oaks, Osage Orange, Pepper Vine (3), Persimmon, Persimmon Eastern, Pine, Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, Poplar, Salmonberry, Saltbush (Braccharis spp.), Saltbush (silver myrtle) (3), Salt Cedar (1), Sassafras, Scotch Broom, Sumac, Sweetbay Magnolia, Sweet Gum, Sycamore, Tan Oak, Thimbleberry, Tree-of-Heaven (Ailanthus) (1), Trumpet Creeper (3), Tulip Poplar, Twisted Acacia, Virginia Creeper (3), Wax Myrtle, Wild Rose, Willow, Winged elm.

Annual and Perennial Broadleaf: Black Medic, Bull Thistle, Burdock, Canada Thistle, Chicory, Cinquefoil, Clover, Creeping Beggarweed, Curly dock, Dandelion, Dogfennel, Field Bindweed, Goldenrod, Ground Ivy, Lambsquarters, Lespedeza, Matchweed, Mustard Oxalis, Plantain, Purple Loosestrife, Ragweed, Sericea Lespedeza (1), Smartweed, Sulfur Cinquefoil (2), Sweet Clover, Tropical Soda Apple (3), Vetch Wild Carrot (Queen Anne’s Lace), Wild Lettuce, Wild Violet, Yarrow.

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After spraying a pasture with Relegate Selective Herbicide, when can animals such as cows and horses graze in the area?
A

Relegate Selective Herbicide does not mention horses on the product label therefore would recommend contacting NuFarm directly at 800-345-3330. The grazing restrictions for cattle are listed below. 

Grazing or harvesting green forage Beef cattle:

No grazing restrictions if applications are 2 quarts per acre or less or if less than 25 percent of a grazed area is treated. See product label for additional grazing restrictions and for intervals for dairy animals. Consult product label for haying intervals.

Slaughter restrictions: Withdraw livestock from grazing treated grass or consumption of treated hay at least three days before slaughter.

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Is a license required for Relegate Selective Herbicide ?

In South Carolina

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A license is not required to purchase Relegate Selective Herbicide in the state of South Carolina.

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Does Relegate Selective Herbicide kill invasive Black Locust trees in a wild backyard without destroying native grasses?

We own property on the a bay in Maryland so I do not want a product that is banned or dangerous to the health of the bay. Also what kind of protection do I need to use.

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Relegate Selective Herbicide was discontinued by the manufacturer, however this product was labeled for control of locust. If you already have this product, then it could be used as directed for locust control on native grasses on permanent pastures, rangeland, fencerows, etc. This product should not be used on residential lawns or where it could drift into aquatic areas like a pond, river, or lake.

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What is the mixing ratio of water and Relegate Selective Herbicide for small brushy plants?
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Relegate Selective Herbicide rates vary depending on what the target weed actually is and where you are treating.  Please refer to the product label for complete instructions.  

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Would Relegate Selective Herbicide be harmful to St. Augustine or Bermuda grass?

I have been treating huisache in my back pasture with Remedy and I've noticed that it has spread into the yard. I don't want the dead spots if I can avoid them.

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Relegate Selective Herbicide contains an active that has been known to control bermudagrass and is not labeled to be used on bermuda or St Augustine home lawns so we cannot recommend it.
 

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