Brush Utility Row

Individual Plant Treatment on VM Sites Transecting Grazed Areas

IPT in Utility Rows

Brush control of woody plant species within ROW areas is critical to maintain safe, reliable and accessible infrastructure for our nation’s roadsides and electrical, gas and water services. With Method® 240SL’s supplemental label, you no longer need to switch tank mixes to treat undesirable woody plants and brush on ROW sites transecting grazed areas. Connect with a Bayer rep today to get your personalized utility ROW program, and a brush control solution that works.

Learn More About Method 240SL for Brush Control

As a broad-spectrum, post-emergent herbicide, Method 240SL may be applied by ground equipment for control of undesirable woody plants (brush), including many terrestrial and riparian invasive and noxious weeds. It is registered for use on private, public and military lands: your go-to difficult-to-control broadleaf and brush species solution.

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Individual Plant Treatment and Method 240SL

Method 240SL herbicide may be used to treat undesirable woody plants using individual plant treatment (IPT) methods in vegetation management sites transecting areas grazed by livestock. Control with IPT applications are often more effective than broadcast treatments, reducing the risk of off-target herbicide movement and reducing costs under the right conditions when compared to broadcast treatments.

How to Use Individual Plant Treatment

Leaf sprays are applied to the foliage of target plants

 

Leaf Sprays

Leaf sprays are applied to the foliage of target plants.

Stem sprays are applied to the basal stems of target plants

 

Stem Sprays

Stem sprays are applied to the basal stems of target plants.

Cut stump applications are made to the cut surface of the target plant

 

Cut Stump Sprays

Cut stump applications are made to the cut surface of the target plant.

Supporting Wildlife Habitats with IPT

Selective IPT applications (versus broadcast treatments) are proven to protect important wildlife habitat and encourage the development of native grasses and forbs. Additionally, Method 240SL mimics effects on the plant’s own enzymes and blocks the growth of plants by interfering with the hormonal balance, benefiting insects and other wildlife by removing non-native weeds and brush, while allowing beneficial native plants to flourish.

Brush Herbicide Solutions

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The first liquid ACP foundational, broad-spectrum, post-emergent herbicide for broadleaf and brush control.

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Preemergence and/or postemergence control of the toughest brush species.

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Postemergence control of annual and perennial weeds plus woody plants.

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