Yes. The Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer will kill the stump and the roots. You want to cut the suckers sprouts off, and make hatchet marks deep enought to hit the cambium cell layer of the tree. This layer is the growing part of the tree, and it will absorb the chemical to kill down to the roots.
Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer will not have any effect on a new bush planted next to a treated stump as long as the treatment was done directly on the freshly cut stump.
Yes, Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer will work on regular ground ivy as well as poison ivy.
According to the manufacturer, Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer is best applied when plants are actively growing or temperatures are ideally above 60 degrees. This product would not work well during dormancy or in lower or freezing temperatures.
The Bonide Stump Out & Vine Killer will work on a stump application of a tree trunk that the tree has already been cut down. You would apply this product undiluted to kill stumps and prevent sprouting. Using the application top, completely cover the freshly cut surface.
Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer should be applied only the stump you need to treat, avoiding contact with the rose bush to prevent injury.
Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer is best used during times of active growth. However, if it is applied to a fresh cut stump, it could be helpful to prevent regrowth now.
Bonide Stump Out Stump and Vine Killer is not labeled for bamboo, although it is labeled for horsetail. It should work for bamboo, however, if you cut the plants down and apply the product undiluted to the freshly cut plants. You could also cut the bamboo and use something like Rodeo Herbicide. This product is labeled for both horsetail and bamboo. You may need multiple applications of herbicide to kill the horsetail, especially. Be sure to bag up plant cuttings so as not to cause further spreading of the seeds.
If Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer is applied directly to the plant per the product label instructions, it should not contaminate your well water. It is absorbed and metabolized through the plant so unless its used off label to ground area near the well or was mistakenly poured in the well, it is not harmful.
Unfortunately, post-emergent herbicides that will kill the poison ivy effectively would likely also damage the flowers. It would probably be best to cut as much of the ivy as possible and then spot treat with Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer .
According to the label for Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer, “for best results when treating vines that grow on or around desirable plants, cut the vine first and treat as directed for stump treatments,” which is to apply the product undiluted and to completely cover the freshly cut surface. We recommend to read over the product label instructions for complete application instructions.
Yes, Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer can be used to eliminate sapplings of trees.
If Bonide Stump Out Stump & Vine Killer contacted the soil at all you would need to wait at least 6 months to plant in the area, or remove the soil and replace with new. If you just sprayed the leaves and there was minimal soil sprayed it should be ok to plant.