You can plant in the treated areas 2 weeks after applying Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide should be applied to contact the target weeds to kill them and it will be absorbed to the roots. Per the product label: most treated weeds usually show initial symptoms in 2-4 days and complete kill in 1-2 weeks. Hard-to-control weeds may require a second application if not completely dead in 4 weeks.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide should not be applied to desired turfs etc as it is a non-selective herbcide that will kill anything sprayed directly. Please provide the targeted weeds for a product recommendation that will best fit your needs.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide 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 it 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 Eraser to other plants or grass nearby.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide is not listed to be harmful to bees.
Unfortunately, when using Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide the animals can be reintroduced to the treated area, but you would need to allow at least 7 days between application and allowing animals to graze in the same area. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance.
We recommend that you use Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide when you aren't expecting rain for at least 6 hours after application. Please let us know if we can be of any further assistance
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide can be reapplied every 7 days as needed.
Yes Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide can be used around livestock. Upon applying the product, allow it to dry before reintroducing the animals to the area, and allow at least 7 days in between applying and allowing the animals to graze in the same area.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide, so it will kill just about anything it is sprayed on. It will eliminate the crown vetch, but we do recommend being very careful when using this product in your flower beds in order to avoid spraying it on any desirable vegetation.
Yes, Eraser will kill Japanese knotweed. You will need to use 2.5 oz of Eraser per gallon of water.
Eraser 41% is a non-selective herbicide that will kill existing plants that you spray with it. TVC Total Vegetation Control is a great option for control of weeds for up to a year. It will be applied with a pump sprayer to areas where you are wanting to control grassy and broadleaf weeds. The mixing rate is 0.6 - 6.4 oz per (0.5 - 5%) per gallon of water. It is recommended that you use a surfactant as well to increase the effectiveness of the product.
You can use Eraser Herbicide to spot treat weeds around your beds as long as you do not contact any of the desirable plants. Unfortunately, there are no selective herbicides that would kill broadleaf weeds without potentially harming your desirable plants. If there are grassy weeds among your ornamental plants, then you can often use a selective grass killer such as Fertilome Over-the-Top II Grass Killer.
Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide is not labeled to be used around aquatic sites (bodies of water) so care should be taken to avoid drift or runoff into these areas to avoid possible harm. If you do use it on stumps as a brush on treatment it would not seep into the soil with that type of application. However, if it did have soil contact it would have about a 2 weeks residual after an application.
When using Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide, apply to actively growing weeds, preferably before the seed heads form. It’s best to apply on a warm sunny day when daytime temperatures are above 60° F. Weed control is accelerated by warm sunny weather.
You do not need a license to use Eraser 41% Weed Killer Herbicide if you are applying it to your own home or property or if you are not charging someone to apply it. If you are charging for a service, then yes, you would need an applicators license.