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Brenda
How long do I need to wait before planting into a hole treated with tree and blackberry killer.

Hole dug out to plant a small plumeria obtusa. Have discovered numerous suckers left from a citrus tree that was professionally "removed" a year ago. Intend to treat suckers with Yates tree and blackberry killer. How long should I wait before planting the frangipani in order not to kill it too?

Submitted: 02:04PM, 26 Feb 2016
Answer: Hi Brenda,

Thank you for contacting us regarding our product Yates Tree and Blackberry killer. You will need to wait 6 months before clear treated plants. This allows the active ingredient sufficient time to fully distribute and kill off all plant tissues to avoid any potential regeneration.

Hope this helps and happy gardening.

Best Regards,
Louise
Yates Horticulturalist

Answered: 02:20PM, 26 Feb 2016

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