High-volume Foliar

Best For:

  • Controlling light to moderate brush stands (<150 plants per acre)
  • Treating small trees, vines, bushes with canes or stems, such as multiflora rose, or low-growing shrubs like buckbrush
  • Stopping encroaching weeds and brush around pasture perimeters or scattered across grazing areas
  • Clearing brush and/or weeds in fencelines

How-To:

  • Always read and follow label directions
  • Apply directly to the target plant’s foliage
  • Spray plants from all sides until wet
  • Complete coverage is critical for success
  • Delay treatment until brush is fully leafed out in the spring and actively growing
  • Delay treatment after mowing or shredding for several weeks or even until the following season to allow adequate regrowth and improved herbicide uptake
  • Treat when the plant is healthy (not stressed by drought or other conditions)
  • To improve herbicide uptake, include 1 quart of surfactant per 100 gallons of spray mix

Herbicide Recommendation

High-volume Foliar Tank-Mix Guide
Broad-Spectrum Brush/Weed Control Mix

Sprayer Size Remedy Ultra (.5%) GrazonNext HL or ForeFront HL (0.25%) Surfactant (.50%)
1 gallon 4 teaspoons 2 teaspoons 4 teaspoons
3 gallons 2 fluid ounces 1 fluid ounce 2 fluid ounces
5 gallons 3.2 fluid ounces 1.6 fluid ounces 3.2 fluid ounces
10 gallons 6.4 fluid ounces 3.2 fluid ounces 6.4 fluid ounces
25 gallons 1 pint 8 fluid ounces 9 fluid ounces
50 gallons 1 quart 1 pint 1 pint

Apply enough spray to thoroughly and uniformly wet weed foliage, but not to the point of runoff.

High-volume Foliar Tank-Mix Guide
Targeted Brush-Control Mix: Multiflora Rose, Locust, etc.

Sprayer Size Chaparral herbicide (1 teaspoon = 0.1 ounce of Chaparral) Surfactant (.50%)
3 gallons 1 teaspoon 2 fluid ounces
5 gallons 1.7 teaspoons 3.2 fluid ounces
10 gallons 3.3 teaspoons 6.4 fluid ounces
25 gallons 8.3 teaspoons 1 pint
100 gallons 3.3 ounces 2 quarts

Apply enough spray to thoroughly and uniformly wet weed foliage, but not to the point of runoff.