Remedy Ultra Herbicide - Questions & Answers

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  • Asked by Bill from Pierson, Fl
    05/27/2016
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    How much Remedy Ultra Herbcidie do you mix per gallon for spot treatment?
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    The mixing ratio of Remedy Ultra Herbicide is 1.28 – 1.92 fl. oz. per gallon of water for spot treatments. 

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  • Asked by Clyde from Las Vegas, Nv
    03/05/2017
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    How much Remedy Ultra Herbicide do I mix in one gallon of water?
    I have a 4-gallon backpack sprayer. I prefer to mix with water rather than oil. How do I clean my sprayer to protect the pump and nozzle and hoses?
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    The rates for Remedy Ultra Herbicide will vary depending on where and how you are treating.  Please refer to the product label for complete instructions for your specific application. For spot treatment, you will  use a 1 to 1.5% solution of Remedy Ultra in water (1 to 1 1/2 gallons of Remedy Ultra in 100 gallons total spray mixture, or 0.78 to 1.92 fl oz per gallon) and spray the entire plant to completely wet the foliage.

    The best way to clean your sprayer is to triple rinse it between uses.  Triple rinse means to rinse out the inside of the sprayer 3 times, and also fill it with water and run clean water through the hose for at least 1 minute to make sure that there is no residual left in the hose in addition to the tank.

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  • Asked by Blanton from De Leon, Tx
    08/03/2016
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    How many oz to gallon do you use with Remedy?
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    The rates for Remedy Ultra Herbicide vary depending on where and how you are treating.  Please refer to the product label for complete information on your application.  For spot treatment use a 1 to 1.5% solution of Remedy Ultra in water (1 to 1 1/2 gallons of Remedy Ultra in 100 gallons total spray mixture or 0.78 to 1.92 fl oz per gallon) and spray the entire plant to completely wet the foliage.

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  • Asked by Doris
    06/26/2016
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    Do you mix diesel and water with Remedy Ultra Herbicide?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide can be mixed with either water or diesel fuel depending on the application.
     

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  • Asked by Mike from San Antonio, Tx
    09/23/2017
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    When is Remedy Ultra Herbicide rainfast after stem spraying mesquite?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide is rainfast six hours after application. 

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  • Asked by Charley from Tulsa, Ok
    06/12/2016
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    Can horses graze after spraying Remedy Ultra Herbicide? If so, what is the maximum application?
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    There are no grazing restrictions except for lactating animals when using Remedy Ultra Herbicide. With lactating animals, they should be kept from grazing in the area for the growing season. The maximum amount of product that should be used per acre is 8 lbs. 

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  • Asked by Craig from Mo
    09/08/2016
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    What is the dilution and mixing instructions of Remedy Ultra Herbicide for foliar application using hand held or back pack spraying?
    What is the dilution and mixing instructions for foliar application using hand held or back pack spraying? This is for a weed and vine control application, not tree or shrub control.
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    The mixing ratio of Remedy Ultra Herbicide is 0.16 fl oz. per gallon of water. This is the application rate for foliar treatments. Be sure not to use more than 2 quarts per acre per year.

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  • Asked by James from Castle, Ok
    06/15/2018
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    What is the shelf life of Remedy Ultra Herbicide?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide has a shelf life of three years from the date of purchase if stored away from extreme temperatures.

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  • Asked by Warren from Liberty, Ky
    04/01/2018
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    How soon can I reseed after applying Remedy Ultra Herbicide?
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    You do not want to reseed areas treated with Remedy Ultra Herbicide for a minimum of three weeks following the application.

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  • Asked by Sam from Bristow, Ok
    06/08/2018
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    Brush hogging after spraying Remedy
    How long do I need to wait to brush hog after I have sprayed remedy on my buck brush?
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    It would be best to wait 1 week after applying Remedy Ultra Herbicide to bush hog the area.

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  • Asked by Ed from Canadian, Tx
    08/09/2016
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    What is the ratio mixture of Remedy Ultra Herbicide to kill mesquites?
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    When using Remedy Ultra Herbicide on mesquites, you would most likely want to use it undiluted. Our recommendation is to cut them back as much as you can, and apply the product undiluted on them where you have cut them. If that is not possible, you can make cuts into the branches and stems with a hack saw and apply the product to those cuts. 

    Please see the attached article reference from the Texas Natural Resources on mesquites as well.

     

     

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  • Asked by Kurt from Enterprise, Kansas
    10/22/2017
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    Will Remedy Ultra Herbicide kill locust (thistle) trees, and if so, how and when should they be sprayed?
    I have a pasture in Kansas that was infested with large locust trees. We cut & burned & sprayed, but have a lot of small volunteer locust trees. Can we blanket spray the small trees, or must we cut them & stray the stump? Or could we use a rotary mower & cut a large area & then blanket spray the area? If not Remedy, then can you recommend another herbicide
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide is labeled for use on locust trees and you can do either the blanket spray to the actively growing areas, or a root drenching type spray to them after being cut with mowers. There are a couple of applications instructions on the Product Label you can follow which we have copied for you below. 

    Foliage Treatment with Ground Equipment: Use sufficient spray volume to completely and uniformly cover foliage. For ground application, apply 10 gallons or more of total spray volume per acre. Use higher spray volumes fo ground applications to ensure adequate coverage with increased depth and density of foliage, particularly for treatment of woody plants. 

    High Volume Foliage Treatment: For control of susceptible woody plants, use Remedy Ultra alone or in tank mix combination at the recommended rate to make 100 gallons of spray mixture. On rangeland and permanent pasture sites, make 1 application per year and apply no more than 2 quarts of Remedy Ultra per acre. To control a broader spectrum of woody plants and broadleaf weeds, Remedy Ultra may be tank mixed with other herbicides at recommended rates. Used alone- 1-2 qt Remedy Ultra per 1000 gallons of spray. 

    Dormant Stem Treatment: Mix 3 to 6 quarts of Remedy Ultra in enough oil to make 100 gallons of spray solution. Apply with a knapsack or power spraying equipment, using low pressure (20-40 psi). Treat anytime when brush is dormant and most of the foliage has dropped. Do not apply when snow or water prevent spraying to the ground line. Thoroughly wet the upper parts of the stems and use the remainder to wet the lower 12 to 15 inches above ground to the point of runoff. For root suckering species such as sumac, sassafras and locust, also spray the ground under the plant to cover small root suckers which may not be visible above the soil surface.  For oil-water mixture application, mix 6 quarts of Remedy Ultra, 25 gallons of oil and 1.5 gallons of an approved agricultural spray emulsifier such as Sponto 712 or Triton X-100 as indicated on the mixing direction. 

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  • Asked by John from Navarre, Fl
    04/10/2017
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    What will kill Yaupon Holly?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide is labeled for yaupon holly and should do a good job when used as directed on the product labelHi-Yield Triclopyr Ester Ultra contains the same active ingredient at a lower cost if smaller areas need treatment.
     

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  • Asked by Dave from Aransas Pass, Tx
    11/28/2016
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    Could you recommend a surfactant to use with Remedy Ultra Herbicide?
    The local agricultural extension recommended I use Remedy Ultra at a rate of 1.00% solution mixed with a good surfactant to kill a jasmine vine that is growing through my fence from a vacant yard. What surfactant do you recommend for use with Remedy Ultra in Aransas Pass, TX?
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  • Asked by Jared from Baker, Fl
    08/06/2017
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    What ratio do you mix Remedy Ultra Herbicide, diesel, and water for thorny vine control?
    What's the spot treatment ratio of diesel,water, and Remedy? I'm mixing both and I do not want to spray straight diesel everywhere. I have an extremely hard to kill vine with thorns, and huge potatoes as the roots.
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    Per the product label for Remedy Ultra Herbicide,

    Growing point and leaf base (crown) treament:
    Prepare a 2% v/v solution of Remedy Ultra in diesel or fuel oil (13 fl oz of Remedy Ultra in 5 gallons of spray mixture).

    Streamline Basal Bark Treatment:
    To control or suppress susceptible woody plants, mix 25 to 30 gallons of Remedy Ultra with 10% penetrant such as Cidekick in enough oil to make 100 gallons of spray mixture. Streamline basal bark treatment are most effective on stems less than 4 inches in basal diameter. Apply with a backpack or knapsack sprayer using equipment which provides a directed straight stream spray. Apply the spray in a 2- to 3-inch wide band to one side of stems less than 3 inches in basal diameter. When the optimum amount of spray mixture is applied, the treated zone should widen to encircle the stem within approximately 30 minutes. Treat both sides of stems whic are 3 to 4 inches in basal diameter. Direct the spray at bark that is approximately 12 to 24 inches above gorund.

    Oil - Water Emulsions:
    Prepare oil-water emulsions using diesel fuel, fuel oil, or kerosene plus and emulsifier such as Sponto 712 or Triton X- 100. Use a jar test to check spray mix compaitbility before preparing oil-water emulsion sprays in the mixing tank.

    Going by the label, it doesn't indicate to use both. Using both would consider to be an off label usage. It it recommended to follow the label and just using one or the other.

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  • Asked by Doug from Wooster, Ar
    07/29/2018
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    How long does Remedy need before it becomes rain fast?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide and most herbicides will become fully rain fast within 24 hours after application. 

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  • Asked by Ron from Rockdale, Tx
    05/31/2017
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    How much Remedy Ultra Herbicide do you mix to 15 gallons of water?
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    The rates for Remedy Ultra Herbicide vary depending on where and how you are treating. Please refer to the product label for complete information on your application. For spot treatment use a 1 to 1.5% solution of Remedy Ultra in water (1 to 1 1/2 gallons of Remedy Ultra in 100 gallons total spray mixture (or 0.78 to 1.92 fl oz per gallon) and spray the entire plant to completely wet the foliage.

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  • Asked by Marty from Henrietta
    07/07/2019
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    Will Remedy Ultra Herbicide kill bermuda grass?
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    Remedy Ultra Herbicide is labeled for woody plants and broad-leaf weeds,. It will not harm turf.

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  • Asked by Kathleen from Galena, Mo
    05/13/2017
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    Will Remedy Ultra Herbicide affect pregnant sheep if we spray their pasture?
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    There are no grazing restrictions except for lactating animals when using Remedy Ultra Herbicide. With lactating animals, they should be kept from grazing in the area for the growing season.

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  • Asked by Marcos from Tucumcari, Nm
    09/16/2016
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    What is the dosage and application rate of Remedy for mesquite?
    What is the application rate on this chemical? I am trying to calculate the dosage using root and stump treatment of mesquite on a 400 acre parcel. I am testing three or four products to see which work best.
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    Per the product label for Remedy, when treating for mesquite only, you would need to mix with Reclaim (though we do not carry this product) for best results.  The rate to apply is 1/2 to 1 pint Remedy Ultra per acre in combination with 2/3 to 1 1/3 pint per acre of Reclaim.  Apply with ground equiment in 10 gallons or more total volume per acre.  Use a maximum of 1 gallon of oil per acre for ground application.

    For cut stump treatment: Mix 20-30 gallons of Remedy Ultra in enough oil to make 100 gallons of spray mixture.

    Please refer to the product label for complete instructions as further information is available for mesquite treatments on it.

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