Yes, Crossbow Herbicide is safe as long as it's used as directed on the product label and your pets stay off the treated area until it has completely dried.
No, Crossbow Herbicide is not labeled to control Horsetail. You can use SedgeHammer + Herbicide instead.
According to the manufacturer; Crossbow Herbicide will become rainfast in 4-6 hours after application but it would be recommended to apply when no rain is forecasted within 24 hours. Per the product label, Crossbow is to be used without grazing restrictions. Except for lactating dairy animals there are no grazing restrictions following the application of Crossbow Herbicide.
Yes, Crossbow Herbicide can be used to kill ground ivy (creeping charlie). Per the product label, apply at a rate of 2-4 quarts per acre, or 1 1/3 to 2 ounces per gallon of water. Be sure to check the label to be sure this product is safe in the area where you want to apply it.
Crossbow Herbicide enters the plant through foliage. You do not have to saturate the soil.
Yes Crossbow Herbicide can be used to kill dormant blackberry bushes and vines. You would apply to thoroughly wet upper and lower stems including the root collar and any ground sprouts. Treat at any time when the brush is dormant and the bark is dry. Best results have been obtained with late winter to early spring applications.
Yes, Crossbow Herbicide is labeled to kill Canada Thistle but it can be a hard to control weed so it may require a re-treatment. Crossbow will also work on woody perennials such as Wild Roses. For specific application ratios, please refer to the product label.
According to the manufacturer, the Crossbow Herbicide will kill English Ivy.
Your best bet in your situation is called Crossbow. It is an herbicide that is labeled for what is called a cut stump treatment. A cut stump treatment is where you hack or saw or cut the tree or bush off down at the stump level and immediately drench the roots and/or cut stumps with a concentrated dose of crossbow. The important thing here is to immediately drench the cut stump after cutting, so you want to mix the product and have it ready to go immediately after cutting it. It may require 2 treatments.
Crossbow is pet safe as long as you follow the application directions on the product label. Keep pets out of the treatment area during the application and afterwards until the application has dried. Crossbow should not be used in areas where it may contact edible plants.
When using Crossbow Herbicide, it is recommended that you use at least two days before mowing or two days after mowing. Before mowing would be optimal because the weeds are there and actively growing.
Yes, Crossbow Herbicide and RoundUp can be mixed and used together.
Crossbow is not actually labeled to control English Ivy. The best thing would be a glyphosate based product like Roundup QuikPro to spot treat. Care should be taken to avoid desirable plants as it can harm them as well.