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Dow AgroSciences RTU548 Tordon RTU Herbicide QT Size
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- Effective: Kills cut stumps on fence lines&non-cropland areas. Control unwanted trees by cut surface treatments in forest&non-crop areas such as fence rows, roadsides&rights-of-way
- Superior Results: Keeps more than 20 woody species at bay. It translocates into the tree's root system to stop resprouts
- Easy-to-use: No-freeze formulation keeps the product flowing freely. The blue dye in lets you easily keep track of treated stumps
- Instruction: No mixing or measuring is required, and you can use it nearly year-round. Just pour it into the convenient squirt bottle applicator, and go to work
- Ideal for in-season and off-season brush control
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|Item Dimensions||3.2 x 3.2 x 9.1 inches||2 x 10.5 x 5 inches||4 x 4 x 6 inches||14.5 x 9.5 x 8.5 inches||4.25 x 7.5 x 11.88 inches||2.27 x 4.5 x 8.94 inches|
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Tordon RTU Herbicide QT Size
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If you have tried clipping , digging , pruning etc only to have the "suckers" from the still buried root system pop up all over your yard as if it's giving you the defiant middle finger , this is what you want !
There are several ways to apply this but just slash or drill into the thickest part of the plant and apply TORDON into the cut. I make several cuts in various places on the plant to make sure this thing is doomed.
Ignore the "suckers" ( they look like young trees) and go for the main body ;once the TORDON takes hold , the whole plant root and all is going down and you will be rewarded with the gratifying sight of seeing the "suckers" shriveling and wilting like rotten celery on a hot sidewalk.
If you have several bushes of Ailanthus , you can clip the branches off and drop TORDON into the top of the cuts of each--be patient and in a day or two the plant is dead.
Final word of advice : be sure to wear good quality protective gloves and eye/face protection.
I use a tiny brush to paint it so it will not get on anything else, because the wretched vines come up all over in the garden and yard, among very wanted plants.
Sometimes effective on the invasive privet hedges, too.
As these vines have been bedeviling me for many years by coming up in bad places (not just climbing the trees and blooming as they should), this product has been a great joy. Tedious and time-consuming, but I can actually SEE my irises, etc.
But I reckon you want to know how come I killed somebody…
so I’ll start at the front and tell you.I lived out in back of my parents’ place most of my life…
in a little old shed that my daddy’d built for me.
They didn’t want me in the house with the rest of them…so I sat around in the shed looking at the ground.
I didn’t have no floor…but I had me a hole dug out to lay down in…a quilt or two to put down there.
My father…was a hardworking man most of his life…not that I can say the same for myself.
I mostly just sat around in the shed…tinkered around with a lawn mower or two…
went to school off and on from time to time. But the children out there, they were very cruel to me…
and made quite a bit of sport of me, made fun of me quite a bit.
So mostly I just sat around out there in the shed.
My daddy…worked at the sawmill, down at the planer mill…for an old man named Dixon.
Old man Dixon was a very cruel fellow. Didn’t treat his employees well or pay them well.
Didn’t pay my daddy too much of a wage. Just barely enough to get by,
I reckon. I reckon he got by all right.
They used to come out, one or the other of them…usually my mother…fed me pretty regular.
So I know he made enough so I could have mustard and biscuits…three or four times a week.
But old man Dixon…he had a boy…name of Jesse Dixon.
Jesse was more cruel than his daddy was.
He used to make quite a bit of sport of me…when I was down there at the schoolhouse.
Used to take advantage of the girls in the neighborhood.
They used to say…that my mother was a very pretty woman.
They said that quite a bit when I’d be there at the schoolhouse.
I reckon you want me to get on with it and tell you what happened.
So I reckon I’ll tell you.I was setting out in the shed
one evening, not doing much…just staring at the wall…
and waiting on my mother to give me my Bible lesson.
I heard a commotion in the house…so I run up on the screened-in porch to look inside.
I looked in and seen my mother laying on the floor without any clothes on.
I seen Jesse Dixon laying on top of her. He was having his way with her.
I just seen red. I picked up a Kaiser blade that was sitting by the door.
Some folks called it a sling blade. I called it a Kaiser blade.It’s got a long, wood handle,
kind of like an ax handle…with a long blade shaped like a banana.
Sharp on one edge and dull on the other.
It’s what the highway boys use to cut down weeds and whatnot. Yeah.
I went in the house…and I hit Jesse Dixon upside the head with it…
knocked him off my mother. I reckon that didn’t satisfy me…
so I hit him again in the neck with the sharp edge…and just plumb near cut his head off, killed him.
My mother jumped up and started hollering…“What did you kill Jesse for?”
Well, come to find out…my mother didn’t mind what Jesse was doing to her.
That made me madder than what Jesse’d made me…so I took the Kaiser blade-
some folks called it a sling blade,I called it a Kaiser blade-
and I hit my mother upside the head with it. Killed her. Some folks asked me: if you had it to do
over again, would you do it the same way? I reckon I would.
Anyhow, they put me in here…and here I been for a great, long while.
Killed the roots of sweet gum tree gooder than biscuits with mustard mmmhmm. Reckon I'd recommend it.