Posted 10/29/2023 18:12 (#10461407 - in reply to #10461105) Subject: RE: New pasture, broad leaf control
Eastern NE KS
Trumper vine and Trumpetcreeper name the same plant - Campsis radicans. Trumpetcreeper is on the woody plants control portion of both Remedy and Pasturegard labels. In a general Google search, I found a recommendation for tryclopyr which is an active ingredient in both products.
I have used Pasturegard with good results. Reading the labels I expect the same from Remedy.
You are trying to kill a perennial that spreads by seed and roots. This requires a slow kill giving the plant enough time to translocate the herbicide to the roots. Trumpet creeper is not found on GrazonNext or Grazon P&D label.
Generally, it is common for a user to see quick burn down effects from several broadleaf herbicides. Implying control. Burn down without translocation commonly yields a resurgence of the weed later. I'm not sure if that is present here but it is a confidence builder to find the problem plant listed on the label of the herbicide used on the target.