SBK Brushwood Killer (1L - 340sqm) - Mapp No. 12711
Active Ingredient: Triclopyr
SBK Brushwood Killer is a tough weed killer that has become the household brand for the effective control of brambles, thistles, nettles, dock, woody weeds and unwanted saplings. SBK Brushwood Killer can also be used to kill off persistent tree stumps.
SBK is formulated to kill weeds without harming grass and can therefore be used safely in turfed areas. It is also ideal for treating neglected, non-crop areas.
SBK Brushwood Killer application usage and times:
How To Use:
Shake well before use.
Hold the bottle upright, loosen cap, and gently squeeze bottle to fill the dose chamber to the required level. Remove cap and empty contents into water in the watering can or sprayer mixing thoroughly. Repeat as required.
Nettles, Brambles and 'Tough Weeds': by WATERING CAN with fine rose, mix 25ml in 5 litres of water and apply evenly over 8.5m² (10 sq yards). Or by SPRAYER mix 25ml in 1.25 litres of water and apply evenly over 8.5m² (10 sq yards). Adjust sprayer nozzle to a coarse setting to avoid production of a fine spray that can drift onto neighbouring plants.
Woody Weeds and Hardwood Saplings: by SPRAYER mix 25ml in 1.25 litres of water and apply evenly covering leaves, branches and stems.
Tree Stumps: mix equal volumes of product and water, painting or spraying all surfaces of cut stumps and bark down to soil level.
Children and pets can be allowed on to treated areas after spray has dried
Pack Size: 1 Litre – Treats up to 340m²
Apply according to instruction on the pack depending on the weeds/saplings/stumps to be treated. Allow at least six weeks between applications and re-planting.
For further information regarding SBK Brushwood Killer 1L, please contact a member of our technical sales team on 01902 440250
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