Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr will kill bamboo if the bamboo is cut down and the Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr is applied undiluted.
Cattle (as well as all other animals and people) should be kept out of the area during application of Crossbow Specialty Herbicide, but they can safely return once the area has thoroughly dried. Per the product label, "Except for lactating dairy animals, there are no grazing restrictions following application of this product."
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is labeled for creeping charlie aka ground ivy when used as directed on the product label.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr can remain in the soil for up to 1 year so after that time it would be ok to plant edibles in the area.
Tree of Heaven is an invasive species that can require chemical and cultural methods to control completely. You will probably need to cut a treat the stumps directly with a product like Crossbow Specialty Herbicide for best results. This article from the PennState Extension service has more information about this difficult tree.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr can be applied in weather up to 85 degrees. If temperatures in your area are already above that we would suggest making your application earlier in the morning or later in the evening once the sun is going down.
Crossbow Herbicide and Crossbow Specialty Herbicide have the same active ingredients in the same percentages. They are both used in the same way and will treat the same weeds. They are just manufactured by different companies.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr can be used but keep applications outside of the dripline of desirable plants. Meaning where the branches extend out to.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr will kill the wild grape vines it is applied to and stop the growth. To control broadleaf weeds in small areas with a hand sprayer, use 4 to 6 fl oz of Crossbow in 3 gallons of water and spray to thoroughly wet all foliage
Control of Brazilian Pepper Tree can be tricky, and which herbicide is best will depend on the time of year and method that you are using. Something like Rodeo Herbicide (glyphosate) will likely only work on seedlings, and may take several weeks to kill the young plants. Crossbow Specialty Herbicide can be used for basal bark treatments in general, however the product label does not specifically list Brazilian pepper tree as a plant that it controls. This article from your Florida State Extension offers the most detailed recommendations for treating this invasive plant. They recommend using Triclopyr Ester for basal bark treatments, which we carry in Hi-Yield Turflon Ester Ultra or Garlon 4 Herbicide. Usually direct stump treatments offer the fastest control, however this is best done when the trees are not fruiting since seeds may be scattered and start new plants.
Triclopyr should not be applied directly to water or in ways where the product would drift into bodies of water. Since these are post-emergent herbicides only, you could generally safely plant vegetables if you were only treating stumps or doing direct tree treatment two weeks after use. Most folks, however, will want to wait until the target plants have died and been removed.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr will kill bamboo if the bamboo is cut down and it is applied undiluted.
Yes, Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is labeled to eradicate sumac. Per label instructions, it is applied at 1.5 gallons per acre broadcast application or 1 to 1.5% mixtures for high volume foliar applications.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr can remain in the soil for up to 1 year. After that time it would be safe to plant in the area.
Apply Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr at least 10-15 ft away from a well. That will ensure it does not enter the well water.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr would not harm the pines as long as they are not sprayed directly.