Arrest Max Herbicide would be a good option for grassy weeds in food plots. You could be dealing with either brome or foxtail, but we apologize are not able to determine that based on a description. The Arrest Max is labeled for both, though.
Arrest Max Herbicide is safe to apply on established clover. It is applied when the first grass weed species in a mixed grass weed population reaches the specified growth stage for treatment.
Arrest Max Herbicide is only labeled to control grasses and should not harm birdsfoot treefoil. We would recommend checking directly with the manufacturer for confirmation, though. Whitetail Institute can be reached at 1-800-688-3030.
Arrest Max Herbicide should be applied and completely dried prior to allowing dogs/pets in the area (drying time can vary).
Arrest Max Herbicide is a grass killer only and while we would not recommend spraying around grapes as very few products as listed as tolerable to it on the label, we would suggest contacting the manufacturer directly to confirm if any harm will be done if sprayer on grape vines. Whitetail Institute can be reached at 1-800-688-3030.
Arrest Max Herbicide may be toxic to honey bees according to the product's Safety Data Sheet. We recommend applying early morning or late in the evening when they are less active.
Arrest Max Herbicide is not labeled to kill broom grass.
Arrest Max Herbicide is not specifically labeled for this application, so we cannot confirm the application would be safe or effective depending on your targeted weeds. Please provide details on your application needs for further assistance. Some other products which contain the same active ingredient are labeled for use on brassica vegetables.
Arrest Max Herbicide is only labeled to kill grassy weeds listd on the label around Sweet, White and Other Clover Species and turnips. It does not list chickory as tolerable
Unfortunately, we do not have any post-emergent herbicides that can kill broadleaf weeds but not injure the desirable clover/chickory/turnips as well. The plants will just be too closely related.
We recommend spot treating undesirable weeds using a non-selective herbicide such as a glyhosate product labeled for grazing areas or a natural product such as Axxe Herbicide