Brush and broadleaf weed
control along roadsides, in highway
green belt areas, airports,
cemeteries, parks, railroad and
utility rights-of-way, ditchbanks,
industrial parks, and
other non-crop industrial sites.
Combines the benefits of a low odor IVM product with effective control of brush species and tough perennial and annual broadleaf weeds when compared to standard 2,4-D amine. Hi-Dep IVM's patented mixed-amine technology is formulated for high deposition and increased residency time.
The high deposition characteristic means that more active ingredient is deposited on target plant foliage. Applied as directed, Hi-Dep's IVM mixed-amine formulation creates a spray droplet that resists crystallization, allowing more active ingredient to reach the target. This resistance to evaporation continues after the spray is deposited which prevents burning of leaf tissue and increases absorption of the herbicide into the plant. Hence, more active ingredient gets on and in target weeds for translocation into the root system. This results in more efficient and effective weed and brush control, even when Hi-Dep IVM is applied to plants with thick or waxy cuticles or hairy leaf surfaces.
Using Hi-Dep IVM, the industrial vegetation management applicator has a low cost weed control option that has virtually no amine odor. So Hi-Dep IVM weed and brush spraying helps avoid unnecessary alarm and public queries concerning herbicide use.
- Low cost control option for brush like multiflora rose and buckbrush
- Controls tough perennials such as Canada thistle
- Broad spectrum control of annual broadleaf weeds - over 120 species on the label
- Lower spray volumes; less water to haul
- Sites include rights-of-way and ditchbanks
- High effectiveness - low volatility
- More herbicide in and on target weeds and translocated to roots
- Approved for aerial application
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