Clash may be used for control of undesirable woody species as well as many broadleaf weeds, vines, brambles, hardwood brush, and trees in forest site preparation. Clash may be applied as broadcast foliar sprays from ground or aerial equipment. Clash is absorbed through the leaf surfaces quickly after spraying and will also be absorbed from the soil by the roots. Translocation through the leaves, stems, and roots provides control of undesirable young conifer and broadleaf species. Woody plants, brush, and trees may not display the full extent of herbicide efficacy until several months following treatment. Clash provides application flexibility for extended windows of application and tank mix options (refer to Mixing and Application.