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How do I kill trees using this product?

I had two large trees growing alongside my fence. I cut both down to within 30cm from the ground. How do I kill off the remaining stumps left in the ground using your tree & blackberry killer?

Submitted: 08:14AM, 01 May 2016
Answer: Hello Max,

Yates Tree and Blackberry Killer is approved only for control of a select list of trees via cut stump treatment,as directed on the label. See the ‘How to Use’ tab on the product page: http://www.yates.com.au/products/weed-control/gardens-paths-and-driveways-non-selective-control/yates-tree-and-blackberry-killer/

If your trees are not on this list, you will need to consider Yates Zero Weedkiller Super Concentrate instead. Instructions for the use of the product on ‘Unwanted Trees’ can be found under the ‘How to Use’ tab on the product page: http://www.yates.com.au/products/weed-control/gardens-paths-and-driveways-non-selective-control/zero-weedkiller-super-concentrate/

Kind regards,

Matt
Yates Consumer Advice Horticulturalist

Category: Weeds
Tags: trees, herbicide
Answered: 04:39PM, 01 May 2016

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