I'm laid up from rotator cuff surgery right now, and I'm thinking that since I won't be allowed to run a chainsaw for the next half year I would try some one-handed hack and squirt to create a white oak savannah on top of a ridge. But I've never done this before and don't know much about it. Should I get some Triclopyr 4, forestry dye and crop oil like I read somewhere? Or not over think it and use the roundup that I already have? I want to kill maples, beech, birch, hickory, sassafras, gum, and some other trash like honeysuckle. The average trees are in the six inch range. Thanks for any advice you might have.