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Triclopyr is a man-made herbicide used to control both broadleaf and woody plants. Broadleaf weeds include nettles, docks, and brambles. It mimics a plant growth hormone that causes uncontrolled growth and plant death.

General Questions about
Triclopyr

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Last updated May 10, 2018

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