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Crossbow Herbicide

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Crossbow specialty herbicide is recommended for control of most species of unwanted woody plants, as well as annual and perennial broadleaf weeds, growing on rangeland, permanent grass pastures, CRP, fence rows, non-irrigation ditchbanks, roadsides, other non-crop areas, and industrial sites

Target Pests

Blueweed buttercup horseweed lambsquarters wild mustard ragweed thyme-leaf shepherd's purse tansy ragwort wild radish tansy mustard wild lettuce iron weed hemp dogbane croton wooly cocklebur bur clover white sweet clover burdock bluebur bedstraw spiny amaranth tall buttercups mouseear chickweed curly dock henbit ivys pepper weeds sunflowers wild violets bull thistle pokeweed milkweed and much more

For Use In

Rangeland Grass Pastures Fence rows roadsides and non-crop areas


1 1/3 - 5 1/3 oz. per gallon of water

1 - 4 gallons per 100 gallons of water

* See label for complete application instructions

Active Ingredient

2,4 Dichloeophenoxtacetic acid

triclopyr BEE : 3,5,6-trichloro-2-phridinyloxyacetic acid

Crossbow Herbicide

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If I use this product on a pasture field, how long will the livestock, (cattle and horses) need to be removed from the field?
Donna R on Feb 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Please read the label carefully when you get it. As I recall there are only a couple of restrictions: Lactating dairy animals should not be allowed to graze treated pasture until the next growing season. Animals raised for meat need to be taken off treated pasture 3 days before slaughter. So, unless you have dairy cattle, grazing is pretty much unrestricted. But just to be safe, I'd keep pregnant or nursing cattle and horses off treated grass. Personally I keep our livestock off until the weeds start to shrivel (only a few days) or until its been rained on if possible.
Also, Dow now has a new product called PastureGard HL you may want to look into although I've been very happy with Crossbow.
Can I use this product to kill Ficuses?
If not, which one should I use?
Jaime R on Mar 18, 2018
BEST ANSWER: 1 1/3 - 5 1/3 oz. per gallon of water

1 - 4 gallons per 100 gallons of water

Yes, Crossbow should work to kill your Ficus Plants,
Can I safely apply Crossbow to woody brush growing under 100 foot tall cedar/pine/evergreen trees without harming these trees at all ? The lower branches of the trees have all been cut off within 30 feet of the surface of the ground.
A shopper on Mar 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: It would be best to do a paint brush applied directly to the unwanted plant. It would not be advised to spray the area as this can harm the trees nearby.
Can Crossbow herbicide be used on residential turf?
Dlewis on Sep 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I've had absolutely no problems with using it on turf grass, but keep it at 2% solution or less. I've used it at higher rates to kill off brush and not seen any effects on the surrounding grass. But that was pasture grasses, not lawn. Great product!

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