SPACED-CUT INJECTION WITH ANSUL “HYPO-HATCHET” INJECTOR
This product is a herbicide for use in cotton, non-bearing fruit and nut trees, bearing and non-bearing citrus, bluegrass, fescue and ryegrass grown for seed, in forestry and on non-crop areas. This product does not contain a surfactant. A suitable non-ionic surfactant approved for growing crops covered by the label should be added to the spray tank. Local conditions and recommendations vary; consult local agricultural experiment station or extension service weed specialists for recommendations in your area.
1. SPACED-CUT INJECTION WITH ANSUL “HYPO-HATCHET” INJECTOR: The Ansul HYPO-HATCHET injector cuts and injects in one operation. When a tree is struck with the injector, a pre-set amount of this product is injected automatically into the sapstream of the tree immediately after impact. The injector works by inertia and is designed to inject at least 1 milliliter of chemical per stroke. The cuts should be evenly spaced around the trunk to give proper distribution into the sapwood. For detailed instructions on how to use the Ansul HYDRO-HATCHET injector, refer to the Operation Manual.
CONIFERS (See General Information on Tree Control) AND BIG LEAF MAPLE (Growing Season): For trees less than 8 inches diameter at breast height (DBH), make one cut per 2 inches of DBH (4 1/2\" spacing between cut edges) at waist height or below. For trees 8 inches DBH and larger, make one cut per 1 inch DBH (1 1/2\" spacing between cut edges).
CONIFERS (Dormant Season): Make one cut per 1 inch of DBH (1 1/2\" spacing between cut edges) at waist height or below.
BIG LEAF MAPLE (Dormant Season): Make a complete frill at waist height or below (cuts need not be overlapping).