CROSSBOW SPECIALTY HERBICIDE 32 oz.
• Controls most unwanted trees and brush
• Use on rangeland, grass pastures, non-crop areas
CONTAINS: 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, butoxyethyl ester, Triclopyr BEE
APPLICATION: For spot applications use 4 to 6 fl. oz in 3 gallons of water. spray to thoroughly wet all foliage. Application types and rates vary, consult product label for specifics.
Southern Ag Crossbow Specialty Herbicide
Southern Ag Crossbow Specialty Herbicide with a 2,4-D and Triclopyr BEE combination is an excellent non-selective herbicide. This post-emergent herbicide kills many undesired trees, brush, and vines. Crossbow also kills many annual broad-leaf weeds and grasses.
Where and When To Apply Crossbow
It may be applied on permanent grass pastures, non-crop areas, rangeland, fence rows, non-irrigation ditch banks, roadsides and industrial sites. Do not apply Crossbow to bentgrass or newly seeded grass. There are no grazing restrictions (except lactating animals). Because Crossbow is non-selective, be careful not to harm desirable plants by spray drift. Apply Crossbow during warm weather and when weeds and brush are actively growing; the best time to spray is when plants are in the rosette stage.
Crossbow Application and Rates
Use up to 1.5 gallons of Crossbow per acre with enough water to deliver 10-30 gallons of total spray volume per acres. In small areas, use 4-6 fl oz in 3 gallons of water and spray to wet the foliage entirely. It may be necessary to retreat hard to control weeds such as kudzu, bindweed, leafy spurge, Canada thistle, milkweed, and chicory. See label for the entire list of weedsm trees, brush and vines.