Apply prior to or during periods of active
growth. Early spring to early Summer.
Rainfall carries the chemical down into the root
zone where it is absorbed by the plant's root system.
Results will appear 3-6 weeks after 1/4" to 1/2" of
Do not mow or cut treated plants until they have
completely defoliated at least once, or in the case of
cedar, have turned completely brown.
When treating regrowth from cut off plants, the
regrowth must be at least one year old and the rate of
application based on the original plant size.
On soils high in clay and/or organic matter, use
the higher rates.
Plants With a Single Stem or Trunk - For
plants with a single trunk, such as Oaks, Elm and
Eastern Red Cedar, apply 1 to 2 pellets for every inch
of stem (trunk) diameter. Distribute the pellets
uniformly around the trunk, approximately half way
between the trunk and the canopy edge.
Plants With Multi-Stems - For brushy,
multi-stemmed plants, such as Multiflora Rose, apply 2
pellets on plants 2' to 4' tall and 4 pellets on
plants 4' to 6' tall. Distribute the pellets uniformly
by hand to the ground around the base of the plant.
Trees With Multi-Trunks - For multi-trunked
trees, such as Tallow, add together the diameter of
each trunk and apply 1 to 2 pellets for the total
number of trunk diameter inches.
EXAMPLE: 1 trunk @ 2", 1 trunk @ 3" and 3
trunks @ 1" equals a total of 8", thus apply 8-16
Power Pellets. Distribute the pellets uniformly around
the trunk, approximately half way between the trunk
and the canopy edge.