SUSTAIN RESOURCES. ACCELERATE GROWTH. STRENGTHEN PRODUCTION.

Alligare’s forestry solutions are geared to control undergrowth, tame unwanted vegetation, and protect timber production sites and roadways from biomass fire hazards. Invasive and destructive plant species inhibit growth and rid quality timber of nutrition and water.

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Dependable Results From Trusted Products

 

Your timber areas need a healthy, noninvasive environment to thrive. Alligare solutions prevent vegetation from interfering with forest regeneration, correct and rejuvenate harvesting sites, and eliminate light, space, and nutrient-suppressing foliage.

A Team of Professionals Ready To Help

 

Alligare’s extensive forestry portfolio of over 20 herbicides, covering four biological processes or modes of action (MOA), can irradicate safety issues and leave a nutrient-rich, healthy environment for timber and forestry areas to abundantly flourish.

A Partner You

Can Count On

 

Safety and productivity are a primary focus, but user-friendly solutions are not overlooked. Your time and application accuracy are important to us. Alligare solutions are provided in fewer containers, with simple measuring, and quick clean-up.

Proven Strategies With Increased Performance

 

Due to the environmentally sound and effective results of these solutions, consumers rely on forestry-labeled herbicides for vegetation management. Alligare’s extensive portfolio of over 40 herbicides, with multiple modes of action (MOA), can be trusted to control unwanted vegetation.

Forestry Resources

Herbicide Proper Mixing Order

Herbicide Proper Mixing Order

Follow Alligare’s 12-step mixing guide to ensure optimal efficacy and safety during application.

Forestry Product Guide

Forestry Product Guide

Alligare Product Guides include recommended solutions, active ingredients, performance highlights, and use sites.

herbicide sprayer calibration guide

herbicide sprayer calibration guide

Use this step-by-step calibration method to determine how much product to use during application.

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News & Insights

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      Understanding Water pH Levels Water pH level refers to the measure of acidity or alkalinity of water and is an important factor to consider when preparing for herbicide applications. The pH scale ranges from zero to 14, with seven being neutral. A pH value below seven indicates acidity, while a value above seven indicates alkalinity. Different herbicides have specific pH requirements for optimal performance. When the water pH deviates from the recommended range, it can affect the stability, solubility, and activity of herbicides. Furthermore, water pH can influence the availability of herbicide-active ingredients and their ability to bind to target plant surfaces. This interaction between water pH and herbicide efficacy highlights the importance of maintaining the appropriate pH level for successful weed control.... Read more