2,4-D herbicides kill broadleaf weeds but not most grasses. 2,4-D kills plants by causing the cells in the tissues that carry water and nutrients to divide and grow without stopping. Herbicides that act this way are called auxin-type herbicides.
2,4-D is an herbicide that kills plants by changing the way certain cells grow. 2,4-D comes in several chemical forms, including salts, esters, and an acid form. 2,4-D is used in many products to control weeds, and it is often mixed with other herbicides in these products.
This product has been discontinued by the manufacturer and is no longer available.
This product is not registered for sale or use within the state(s) of California.
Ready-To-Use: A Ready-to-Use formulation of Tordon and 2,4-D.
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