Foresters’®

herbicide

Foresters’® non-selective herbicide offers a high concentration of glyphosate with no surfactant load allowing for flexible applications within forestry, rights-of-way, and habitat restoration. It is specially formulated for maximum surface area coverage and efficient control of stubborn hard-to-kill broadleaf weeds and grasses.

COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGES

  • May be used in and around water (aquatic areas) and wetlands found in forestry and in power, telephone and pipeline right-of-way sites
  • Can be used in wildlife restoration and management areas
  • Excellent control of cattail, willow and Johnsongrass
  • Proven IPA (isopropylamine) formulation for excellent tank mix flexibility

 

USE SUMMARY

RATES
ANNUAL WEEDS: Apply to actively growing annual grasses and broadleaf weeds. For broadcast applications, use 1.5 pt of Foresters’® per Acre plus 2 or more quarts of a nonionic surfactant per 100 gallons of spray solution if weeds are less than 6 inches tall. If weeds are more than 6 inches tall, use 2½ pints per Acre plus 2 or more quarts of an approved nonionic surfactant per 100 gallons of spray solution.

For hand-held, high-volume applications, use a .75 percent solution of this product in water plus 2 or more quarts of a nonionic surfactant per 100 gallons of spray solution and apply to foliage of vegetation to be controlled. 

PERENNIAL WEEDS: Apply to actively growing weeds. Apply 4.5 to 7.5 pints per Acre as a broadcast spray or as a .75 to 1.5 percent solution with hand-held equipment.

WOODY BRUSH AND TREES: Apply to actively growing trees and shrubs. Apply 3 to 7.5 pints per Acre as a broadcast spray or as a .75 to 10 percent solution with hand-held equipment. 

See label for complete directions for use.

 

EPA REG. NO.: 228-381
ACTIVE INGR.: glyphosate IPA (5.4 lb/gal) (4.0 lb ae/gal) 
FORMULATION: liquid
CHEM. FAMILY: glycine
GROUP NO.: 9
SIGNAL WORD: caution
RESTRICTED: no
PACKAGE SIZE: 2.5 gal container (2 per case), 30 gal drum, 250 gal tote

 

KEY USES
Forestry (including weed control in Christmas tree plantations), conifer release, habitat restoration areas, industrial areas, rights-of-way, and wetland sites found in forestry and in power, telephone, and pipeline rights-of-way 

KEY WEEDS CONTROLLED
(See product label for complete list)
ANNUALS
Barley 
Barnyardgrass 
Chickweed, mouseear 
Dwarf dandelion
Foxtail 
Kochia 
Lambsquarters, common 
Morningglory 
Mustard; wild, tumble, tansy, blue
Pigweed; redroot, smooth 
Shepherd’s-purse 
Thistle, Russian
Velvetleaf 
Wheat 
Witchgrass 

PERENNIALS
Alfalfa
Bermudagrass 
Cattail 
Dandelion 
Fescue 
Horsenettle
Johnsongrass
Knapweed
Lantana
Milkweed 
Nutsedge; purple, yellow
Smartweed, swamp
Starthistle, yellow
Water hyacinth 
Waterlettuce 

WOODY BRUSH & TREES
Alder
Aspen, quaking
Birch
Dogwood 
Hawthorn
Hazel
Kudzu
Poison ivy
Trumpetcreeper
Willow