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Old 03-21-2016, 11:41 PM   #1
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Default Stump killer worked

About 1 month ago I put this stuff on a large brazilian pepper tree stump i cut down last year that keeps sprouting, also put it on 3 huge oleander stumps after I chopped the new growth off again

41% glyphosate. Roundup is only like 3 or 6% or so

Looks like I kilt all of them,,, Yeah ! Good deal, Now I dont have to keep chopping off the sprouts

I used about a half 32 oz bottle mixed in 2 1/2 gals of water in the hudson sprayer

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Old 03-22-2016, 12:09 AM   #2
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Wonder if it will work on palmetter stumps?

I have some that I cut off at ground level but they keep growing back after I mow them down.
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Old 03-22-2016, 12:59 AM   #3
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My bet is that Kermit Gosnell has already proven it's equally effective on sprouting democratic stumps...
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Put it in some DMSO and it's a real killer…!

(If you do…don't get any on ya!)

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Old 03-22-2016, 07:14 AM   #5
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Bayer makes a "brush killer". I wonder if it works. Got privet hedge tgat needs to die and no goats to eat it.
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I have a shitpot full of Chinese Elms that need that treatment.
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I have been trying to find something to kill thistle,,I wonder if that'll work,,nothing else has
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The stump remover I bought I use for BP.
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If it worked, it wasn't black...
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Tordon Stump Killer is specifically made for stumps. That is what I used on the large Ash tree that I cut down last year.

Drill a few holes in the cambium layer of the stump (that is where the stump is alive and growing) and pour in the Tordon Stump Killer.

It will kill a large stump down to the roots in one application. No more sprouts around the stump.

You still will have to deal with the stump or just let it rot away.
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Tordon Stump Killer is specifically made for stumps. That is what I used on the large Ash tree that I cut down last year.

Drill a few holes in the cambium layer of the stump (that is where the stump is alive and growing) and pour in the Tordon Stump Killer.

It will kill a large stump down to the roots in one application. No more sprouts around the stump.

You still will have to deal with the stump or just let it rot away.
I have used Tordon on some big Locus trees

It killed them......

But I just cut a ring around them and

gave them a good spraying, in the ring...

Small ones I cut off and just sprayed the stump
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When I was a pup, I use to buy saltpeter and sulfur at the drug store to make BP. The stump remover I bought is 99% Potassium nitrate.
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Wonder if it will work on palmetter stumps?

I have some that I cut off at ground level but they keep growing back after I mow them down.
No, I tried. I'll tell you what worked, try to dig in between the many roots around the base, stick some charcoal in there and set it on fire, grab your leaf blower and blow forced air in it, burn everything down there. Or go rent a bobcat and pull them out. palm trees are tough.
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Tordon RTU Herbicide

Active Ingredient(s):
picloram: 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid, triisopropanolamine salt............ 5.4%
2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, triisopropanolamine salt ...... 20.9%
Other Ingredients .......... 73.7%
Total ........... 100.0%
Acid equivalents:picloram - 3.0%
2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid - 11.2%

That stuff I used worked great. I was supprised in finally kilt the brazilian pepper. I had to chop the growth off the stump and root sprots every month

Neighbor property is all over grown and a rental, owner wont trim or cut anything. Got two trees right on my fence line that I keep having to trim off the roof of my shop. I should drill some holes in the trunk on my side and fill it up.
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I used Dyno Unigel & Unimax.
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