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· Preferred pronoun-Stud Muffin
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The trailer started life as a chip trailer for trails.
The sprayer is a 35gpm (overkill, but I own it). It's a 2,000# axle, but I only run 100 gallons at a time, cause on some of the slopey trails, it wants to slide.
Mixing RU @ 2 1/2%. All the edge plants were breaking bud, some of the inner woodland weren't. More to do this fall.

Even at lowish pressure (200psi) it'll still shoot about 40 yds.. Less wading through the crap.
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That should help. You sure can't kill it with kindness. :D
 

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Thinking your best work with roundup will be in the fall when the sap gets sucked back to the roots

Few boys who know what they are talking about will pipe up hopefully
 

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2.5 percent of what RU, resy, commercial or pro
 

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I've been cutting it when it blooms then spraying it with Round Up.

Seems to work well.

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:D The Big Grin likes the pretty colors.
 

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I wish I had that. I'd like to treat my stupid sweetgum tree with etephon this spring.
 

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You could cut it down and plant a new gum tree.
 
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Yes, I hate those things. Had I noticed this tree was in the side yard, I may not have bought the house.
I had two removed last spring. It was expensive but we don't have eleventeen billion gumballs in the yard right now like we would have.
 

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Did you spray them now, before they leafed out? I would not think that would do much.
 

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They should be leafing out. Right now is a great time to scout for it but there may not be much leaf surface for uptake.
 

· Preferred pronoun-Stud Muffin
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Reading the post might have helped. Edges were breaking bud (they were in leaf), whereas some of the interior plants weren't.
I expect an acceptable kill.
By next weekend I expect lots of other non-target plants to be leafing, and I hate killing those.
 

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Last fall, we never had the ideal conditions. H-suckle and non target all carried leaves into the freezes.
 
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