- Kills trees and tree stumps: willows, poplars, privet and other trees which re-sprout from stumps
- Kills hard-to-kill broadleaf weeds: convolvulus, dock, sorrel, Cape ivy, thistles and buttercups
- Kills lawn weeds: Onehunga weed, broadleaf weeds, clovers
LAWNS: To control broadleaf weeds, like onehunga weed and clovers in lawns established one year or more. Apply to actively growing weeds in spring or autumn. Use 80ml per 100 square meters in 5 litres of water. Keep children, pets, wildlife and birds off treated lawns until the spray is dry.
HARD TO KILL BROADLEAF WEEDS: Convolvulus, dock, sorrel, Cape ivy, thistles and buttercups. Apply to actively growing weeds in full leaf. Use 120ml per 5 litres of water. Yates Woody Weedkiller Concentrate does not control grass weeds.
WOODY SCRUB WEEDS: Includes inkweeds, lupin, fennel and broom. Spray when growth is active from November until March. Use 120ml per 5 litres of water. Add Yates Sprayfix Wetting Agent for improved wetting.
METHOD OF APPLICATION: Apply overall or spot application using a sprayer or fine rose watering can. Agitate thoroughly while filling.
After use, thoroughly clean equipment and flush with clean water. DO NOT use equipment for spraying insecticides and fungicides.
NOTE: When weeds are not actively growing, effects may not become noticeable until 3-4 weeks after application.
BEWARE: Apply this product carefully. Spray drift may cause serious damage to other desirable plants. DO NOT apply on or around food or animal feed crops. DO NOT Plant shrubs until 6 months have elapsed since treatment with Yates Woody Weedkiller Concentrate. DO NOT compost lawn clippings until 3 cuttings following treatment.
100g/litre 2,4-D and
both as amine salts, in the form of a soluable concentrate