The amount of coverage area you will get out of a gallon of Crossbow Herbicide will be dependent upon the mix ratio you choose. You can get anywhere from 24 to 96 gallons of mixed solution out of the gallon.
Yes, Crossbow is labeld for clover.
Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that controls most unwanted woody plants, perennial and annual broad-leaf weeds and grasses as indicated on our product page and on the product label instructions. The mixing instructions are in the booklet under the peel-off label.
Correct, the replanting time will be considerably longer for vegetables for human consumption when using Helena Crossbow Herbicide as it is not labeled to be used around them and traces can persist in the soil for up to 2 years.
Crossbow Herbicide is a post-emergent that targets actively growing and visible woody brush and plants. You can apply it per the labeled instructions once the poison oak is visible. Please keep in mind to protect desired pants from overspray or drift, as it may injure others that it may come in contact with.
Crossbow Herbicide can typically control any woody brush type plants such as ivy, briars, trees, and many weeds. While not labeled to control the other plants you mentioned, its very highly likely it would also kill those if it was sprayed on them or if it got into their root system. If these are desirable plants you want to not harm, we would not recommend using the Crossbow near them.
It is recommended that you apply Crossbow Herbicide when the blackberries are actively growing. This is most likely to occur for a period after full leaf in the spring to early summer when moisture and temperature are favorable.
Helena Crossbow Herbicide is labeled to be used on rangeland, permanent grass pastures, CRP, fence rows, non-irrigation ditchbanks, roadsides, other non-crop areas, and industrial sites. This cannot be used on pastures for human consumption. Please view the Grazing and Haying Restrictions Section of the product label for more information.
You must wait one year after an application of Crossbow Herbicide to plant anything edible in the treated areas.
Crossbow works best when it is applied to actively growing weeds when temperatures are between 65-85 degrees.
Crossbow Herbicide is not labeled for bamboo and likely would not give you any desired results. Bamboo is extremely stubborn, so it can take several steps to remove it completely. You can use Round Up QuickPro at the highest listed usage rate to help eliminate bamboo. You will be required to cut the bamboo down to a short stump and then apply the Round Up QuickPro. It can take several applications to achieve the desired results. You should contact your local cooperative extension office and speak to the master gardener on staff to see if you will be required to till your yard or if you can seed and fertilize only.
Crossbow Herbicide is not labeled for bamboo, however we have heard if you cut down the bamboo level with the ground and apply Crossbow or a similar Triclopyr based product undiluted to the fresh cut it can help kill it out. Bamboo is extremely stubborn, so it can take several steps to remove it completely. You can use Round Up QuickPro at the highest listed usage rate to help eliminate bamboo. You will be required to cut the bamboo down to a short stump and then apply the Round Up QuickPro. It can take several applications to achieve the desired results.
No, Crossbow Herbicide is not labeled for use in residential lawns.
You do not want to reseed any sooner than 3 weeks after application of Helena Crossbow Herbicide.