Assess your property now to choose the right control approach.
Landowners and property managers now have a highly effective herbicide for controlling more than 60 woody plants and more than 30 broadleaf weeds, with the introduction of BRUSHTOX™. The product is available at farm supply retailers across the United States and is marketed by Ragan & Massey, a leading forage seed and farm chemical company and makers of RM43™, a well-known herbicide.
BRUSHTOX is a concentrated herbicide brush killer and an economically priced solution for acreage large and small, such as rangeland, permanent grass pastures, along fences and right-of-ways. It may be applied to woody or herbaceous broadleaf plants as a foliar spray or as a basal bark or cut stump application to woody plants.
“Woody plants and broadleaf weeds are invaders and affect the quality of your forage or property grasses,” said Mike Massey, president of Ragan & Massey. “Now is the time to identify those areas that need treatment and select a broad-spectrum herbicide that controls woody plants such as mesquite, kudzu, sweetgum, Virginia creeper and Scotch broom, and broadleaf weeds such as Canada thistle or milkweed.”
Time BRUSHTOX Application for Optimum Control
The timing of a BRUSHTOX application is critical to achieve the best results. Ragan & Massey experts recommend referencing tools such as the USDA Planting Zones Guide for temperature and weather conditions for application timing to achieve optimum control of your woody plants or broadleaf weeds. BRUSHTOX is available in 32 ounces, 64 ounces or 1 gallon, which can treat up to four acres. Always read and follow BRUSHTOX label directions.