Poison ivy defoliant herbicide
made from plant oils
St. Gabriel Laboratories Poison Ivy Defoliant kills the leaves of poison ivy, poison oak and ivy type plants by burning through the cell structure. The Poison Ivy Defoliant contains clove oil to induce a rapid burn down of plant tissue on contact. It will not kill the plant like the chemical herbicide will do but the plant will be hardly weaken and will die slowly.
How to use this herbicide
Apply a liberal amount to both sides of leaves and vines until run-off.
For complete removal of ivy type plants including poison oak, physical removal of the burned down plant is required. Use gloves and pull dead vines from the Earth making sure to take up as much of the root system as possible.
This product can be used around the home, buildings, including schools, in fence rows, along tree lines, garden and flower beds, and right of ways. It is safe to use around pets and children and sensitive environmental areas including ponds and streams.
Make sure not to over spray on off-target plants as damage will occur, resulting in unwanted plant damage.
Clove Oil 12%
Sodium Laurel Sulphate 8%
Vinegar, Lecithin, Water, Citric Acid, Mineral Oil