The Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is safe for use around edible vegetation and fruit trees as it does not persist in the soil and is approved for organic gardening. Be sure to not spray any of the plants you do not want to kill as it is non-selective and will kill anything it is applied to.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate should be applied when the targeted weeds are actively growing for the best results. It will work in cool and cloudy conditions ( as low as 40 degrees F).
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is non-selective, so it would kill just about anything that it is sprayed on.
You can reseed an area treated with Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate after 2 weeks.
Avenger Weed Killer is similar to RoundUp as it is a non-selective herbicide labeled for grassy and broadleaf weeds. The active ingredient D-limonene (citrus oil) removes the waxy plant cuticle so the plant ends up being dehydrated and then dies.The result time will vary on the type of weed being treated, how established or long the weed is, the soil temperature at the time of application, and the air temperature. For better results, you will want to apply Avenger to actively growing weeds when the soil temperatures are above 55 degrees, the air temperatures have been 60 to 65 degrees for 4-5 days consecutively, the weeds are actively growing and at least 3 to 4 inches long, and no rain is expected for at least 2 hours.
Avenger Weed Killer should be a milky white substance as it comes out of the nozzle. Be sure to agitate the mixed solution to the propery consistency for best results. Please see the product label for mix rates and application instructions.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate is an organic, non-selective weed/grass killer. The horses should not be in the area during application until surfaces are completely dry.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate Would be a great option for you! It will not harm edible vegetation. Please be sure to review the product label before application.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate would be a great natural weed killer to use in and around gardens. Care should still be taken to avoid drift/contact with desirable plants.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate can kill quackgrass and just about anything else it is applied to. Be careful to avoid getting the product on desirable vegetation. If most of the lawn has been affected by quackgrass, the only sure fire way to get rid of it is to spray the entire lawn with Avenger. Spray when the lawn is growing actively, preferably in the spring. The treatment will kill the lawn grass as well as the quackgrass. After about two weeks, you may begin replanting.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate should not be applied to desired areas including trees. It will kill any plant or tree that you spray it on. It is non-selective, meaning it will affect anything it touches. If you have a large tree though, then you would have to use a large amount of product directly on the stump or get it in the trunk of the tree by drilling into it for it to die. Larger trees are not normally affected by overspray or by applying to other plants or grass nearby.
Avenger Weed Killer Concentrate will target annual weeds, grasses and broadleaf weeds. We would recommend a product like Remedy Ultra Herbicide or Tordon RTU Specialty Herbicide. Each of these takes care of hardier plants and brush where Avenger and Roundup is more for broadleaf and grassy weeds. You may also contact your local cooperative extension office Master Gardener for additional tips/suggestions.