Range and Pasture Herbicides
Brush Control in Pastures
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Weeds and brush in pastures restrict grazing and reduce forage yields. When these undesirable plants take over, grass and, ultimately, beef production suffer. Although mechanical control methods may temporarily appear to do the job, they are labor intensive and costly.
The herbicides outlined in this guide provide quick-acting, proven control that will kill weeds all the way down to the roots. They also provide some residual control to stop weeds that germinate shortly after applications. Controlling weeds and brush in your pasture will help you grow more grass — the lowest cost feed for cattle.
• The most broad spectrum for hard-to-kill broadleaf weeds and some woody plants suchas blackberry, buckbrush, and rose species
Remedy® Ultra Herbicide
• Premier brush herbicide — controls more than 35 woody plants
• Low odor, non petrolieum-based formulation
• Ideal for pasture restoration, encroaching brush, maintaining fence rows and general brush control
• Flexible application options include foliar, low-volume basal and cut-stump treatments
• Mixes well with other herbicides. Where mixed brush and broadleaf weeds dominate, tank-mix Remedy Ultra with GrazonNext™ or Chaparral herbicides for more complete,broader-spectrum and residual weed control.
• Controls many tree and brush species, including blackberry, rose species, sweet gum, osage orange, lantana and wax myrtle. PastureGard is a good choice for sites where a residual herbicide cannot be used.
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Trees, shrubs and other brush seriously deplete pasture production. In addition, woody plants weaken fences, reduce land values and slice cattle carrying capacity. Brush infestations often start out as small, scattered problems, creeping in from pasture perimeters. As those trees and shrubs grow each year, they tighten their grip on grazing capacity, forcing cattlemen and land managers to stock fewer cattle, shorten the grazing season, buy more hay or overuse another pasture.