Aminopyralid Family of Herbicides: Milestone®, Opensight®, and Capstone®

Aminopyralid Family of Herbicides: Milestone®, Opensight®, and Capstone®

The family of aminopyralid herbicides is an important part of any vegetation manager’s program that includes weed, vine and brush control. This 8-page brochure discusses product features, mode of action, chemistry, toxicity, resistance, environmental studies, volatility, and more. 

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Tolerance of Desirable Grasses to Milestone® and Perspective Herbicides

Tolerance of Desirable Grasses to Milestone® and Perspective Herbicides

Native perennial grasses are ecologically and economically important in the Intermountain, Great Basin and Northern Great Plains Regions. Herbicides are often used to control invasive broadleaf weeds in these habitat types; therefore, understanding the tolerance of desirable grass species to herbicide treatments is important for land managers.

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Woody Plant Control in Prairies Using Vastlan™ (Garlon® 3A)* and Garlon 4 Ultra

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Woody Plant Control in Prairies Using Vastlan™ (Garlon® 3A)* and Garlon 4 Ultra

Do you have questions about the difference between Vastlan™ (Garlon® 3A) and Garlon 4 Ultra, and when or how to use these products for woody plant control? Find answers here. 

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Information on the possible effects of several herbicides to honeybees

Information on the possible effects of several herbicides to honeybees

Dow AgroSciences was requested to provide information on the possible effects of several herbicides to honeybees as a result of roadside and Right-of-Way applications made for vegetation management objectives, including Triclopyr (Garlon® 3A, Garlon 4 Ultra), Glyphosate (Rodeo® and Accord® XRT II), Aminopyralid (Milestone®, Capstone®) Aminopyralid/Metsulfuron-methyl (Opensight®), and Imazapyr (Arsenal, Habitat).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Control of Saltcedar and Russian Olive Using Garlon® 4Ultra and Vastlan™ (Garlon3A)*

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Control of Saltcedar and Russian Olive Using Garlon® 4Ultra and Vastlan™ (Garlon3A)*

Find answers to questions like: What is the difference between Vastlan™ specialty herbicide (Garlon 3A) and Garlon 4 Ultra? What is the difference between modified cut stump and cut stump applications? When do I add Milestone to either Vastlan or Garlon 4 Ultra to control Russian olive and saltcedar?

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