What does tordon kill?
Likewise, what does Tordon 22k kill?
Picloram 22K Herbicide is a post-emergent herbicide that contains Picloram and is designed to kill weeds, brush and woody plants on pastures and rangelands.
Similarly, how long does tordon stay in soil? The Dow Company, makers of Tordon, state that the average soil half-life for picloram is 90 days. This would be the amount of time for 50% of the chemical to break down in the soil.
Similarly one may ask, is tordon safe?
Picloram, the active ingredient in Tordon, has been classified as Category E – “evidence of non-carcinogenicity to humans” by the EPA (the most favorable classification possible), and has been found to be “practically nontoxic” to mammals, birds, and honeybees.
Will tordon kill roots?
Yes, the active ingredient in Tordon RTU Specialty Herbicide is known to leach into the soil from treated roots and can remain for several years.