Crossbow Herbicide

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Crossbow Herbicide

Crossbow is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that targets woody plants and brush such as blackberries and poison oak, as well as annual and perennial broadleaves, while leaving grasses unharmed. Crossbow achieves excellent control of woody plants and brush and can be applied by all types of sprayers, from hand-held models to tractor-mounted spray rigs. Except for lactating dairy animals there are no grazing restrictions following the application of Crossbow Herbicide.  Crossbow is rainfast within two hours after application.


Active Ingredient: 2,4-D - 34.4%
Triclopyr - 16.5%
Target pests: Amaranth, Buttercup, Chickweed, Clover, Dandelion, Henbit, Ivy, Kudzu, Mustard, Oxalis, Pigweed, Plantain, Purslane, Ragweed, Ragwort, Spurge (thyme-leaf), Sunflower, Thistle, Wild Carrot and many others
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For use in: Rangeland, Grass Pastures, Fence rows, roadsides and non-crop areas
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Application: 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
Formulation: Professional Product
NOT FOR SALE TO: TX, HI, MA
Manufactured By: Dow AgroSciences



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.

For use on plants in non-crop and non-timber areas only. Not for use on crops, timber, or other plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes.

Non-Cropland Application

Post-emergence (Annual and Perennial Weeds):

  • Do not make more than two applications per year
  • Maximum of 1 gallon (1 lb ae triclopyr + 2 lb ae per acre 2,4-D) per application
  • Minimum of 30 days between application
  • Use 2 gallons or more of spray solution per acre

Post-emergence (Woody Plants):

  • Limited to 1 application per year
  • Maximum of 2 gallons (2 lb ae triclopyr + 4 lb ae per acre 2,4-D) per year
  • Use 2 gallons or more of spray solution per acre

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  • 40 of 47 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  More useful than Roundup
    By T. in McConnellsburg, PA on June 13, 2011
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    My wife and I own 55 acres of mostly overgrown pasture in south-central Pennsylvania. It wasn't pastured for about 30 years and was taken over by multi-flora rose, honeysuckle shrub, autumn olive, grape, poison ivy, etc. We use a variety of control methods including herbicides (mostly on roadsides and fence rows). The problem with Roundup is that it kills the turf, making an opening for more weeds. One small disappointment is that Crossbow kills rather slowly, but we will probably have little use in the future for Roundup.

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  • 14 of 18 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Works great on Poison Oak
    By Chris in San Jose on March 17, 2013
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    I have 18 acres of land in Northern California, which is heavily infested with Poison Oak. Crossbow works very well for controlling the Poison Oak. It can take several weeks to see the results after spraying, and re-spraying may be necessary in heavy growth areas. I did three passes in a 2-acre area, with about 4 weeks between each one - each time there was much less Poison Oak to spray, but this meant I got all of the little shoots. One year on from my first spraying, there is very little return growth.

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  • 8 of 8 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Love it for poison ivy!
    July 20, 2013

    I found crossbow after talking with a greens keeper at the local golf course. Cross bow is great at killing all woody brush. I love that I can spray it right thru the grass and all it will kill is the poison and sumac sprouts. It will KILL TREES if you get it on the bark, leaves or root areas so be careful if you are spraying around them. much more potent than regular brush killer and a little goes a long way. economical in the long run.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Crossbow on Live Oak sprouts
    By David in Nevada City, CA on September 10, 2013
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    I have been using Crossbow on various plants. It really kills blackberries and gooseberries. I mainly have been using it to kill sprouts on Live Oak stumps that were masticated a year ago. It takes a week or so to see results but it eventually works.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Works Great
    By Jamie in Winston-Salem, NC on May 8, 2014
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    I have used Crossbow Herbicide 2x's on the Ivy bed in my front yard. The first time I sprayed I noticed the bright green leaves turning a little yellow after about 3 days. I waited a couple of weeks and sprayed again and the Ivy is now showing to be about 75% dead. I will spray again in another week or so to finish it off. I have also over-sprayed into the yard area and it doesn't kill the grass. Great product

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  • 3 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Review of Cross Bow
    By Jean in Yuba City Ca on May 20, 2014
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    I own a Self Storage facility and this product kills all the weeds on the gravel parking lot

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Excellent product
    By Lee in St Marys, GA on September 24, 2013
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    I have used both on woody areas and broad leaf weed control with great results. Not for use near turf grass when over 85 degrees as stated on the label as I discovered with minimal drift during woody area control. Very strong smelling product.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Death to Wisteria!
    August 30, 2013
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    I bought this to eradicate a chinese Wisteria that has spread to over 1/4 acre and is pulling down trees by climbing and strangling. Not on my property but guess where the trees fall? Yeah, on my garage and driveway. With permission of the landowner I attacked the thing about 2 weeks ago and it is definitely dying. I know that I will have to hit it again in the Spring, and again, and again, but hopefully the gallon will be enough. It's doing what it's supposed to be doing. Shipment was fast!

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    2 of 5 Stars  Killed established bermuda grass.
    By John in Toney, Alabama on September 27, 2014
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    I don't know the exact kind of Bermuda grass that I have but it killed it along with the weeds. Q&A's on this product said it wasn't suppose to kill the Bermuda grass.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Crossbow Herbicide
    By Margaret in Plymouth, WI on October 6, 2014
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    I used crossbow in the spring to get rid of creeping charle and it worked great! I ordered more to use in the fall after the first frost, haven't sprayed yet as we have not got a frost.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  Crossbow Herbicide
    By James in Tryon, NC on April 3, 2015
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    I had been to Helena Chemical and they did not have any Crossbow in stock. So I came home and started searching and found you.. Was very pleased with you and the price...I will certainly do business with you again. Also, you sent me a $5.00 off on my next order and my grandson accidently erased it... Again thanks for your service and free shipping. I have use this product the past two years. It really works on my broad leaf plants in yard. Great Product.

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  • 5 of 5 Stars  crossbow
    By Dan in Sag Harbor NY on May 11, 2015
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    I had an invasion of CREEPING CHARLIE, other herbicides did nothing, crossbow has it controlled or dead

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April 23, 2011 Cub asked:

QWill Crossbow Herbicide harm cats and dogs walking in a field treated with the product?

AAs long as Crossbow Herbicide is used as directed on the product label and the animals stay off the treated area until it has dried then there should be no problem with the animals walking on the treated field.

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April 25, 2011 Sheila asked:

QWill Crossbow Herbicide kill briar without harming trees and grasses?

ACrossbow is a vegetation management product which means it is not very selective, it will kill almost anything.  Although it will not harm a tree when used at recommended levels if it gets on the base of the tree, it will harm a tree if you spray Crossbow on the foliage.  For applying over grasses you need to make sure you apply at the recommended levels on the product label.

18 of 20 people found this answer helpful.
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March 8, 2015 Jim from Birmingham, Al 35209 asked:

QRainfast time for Crossbow Herbicide?
How much time is required after spraying for the product to be safe and effective from rain?

ACrossbow Herbicide will be rainfast 4 hours after application.

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July 11, 2012 Janell from Sullivan,il. asked:

QHow soon can you let horses graze again after spraying with crossbow?

AAccording to the Crossbow product label: Except for lactating dairy animals, there are no grazing restrictions after using this product.

12 of 12 people found this answer helpful.
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April 11, 2015 Pete from Fort Lupton, Co asked:

QWhat is the soil life of crossbow, how long does it take to degrade?

ACrossbow Herbicide will last up to 12 months in the soil. 

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July 20, 2015 Janet from New Hill, Nc asked:

QCan I store mixed liquid of Crossbow Herbicide in a 30 gallon metal container?
We would like to mix and store product in metal container that will be placed in a fire proof cabinet. Is there a reaction with metal?

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No, Crossbow Herbicide should not be left mixed in any container. The product needs to be used within 24 hours of mixing or the efficacy will decrease. It is possible that it will have a reaction with the metal.

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July 19, 2015 Will from Linden, Va asked:

QWill Crossbow Herbicide kill raspberries?

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Raspberries are not on the Crossbow Herbicide label for woody plants controlled. If you have any questions about Crossbow Herbicide you can look over the product label.

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July 13, 2015 Terry from Horner, Wv asked:

QShould I use a surfactant with Crossbow when folia spraying autumn olive

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Yes, we would highly recommend to mix in a surfactant with Crossbow Herbicide (although it is not required for most Crossbow applications). Our most popular is Southern Ag Nonionic Surfactant. The Crossbow product label does not list autumn olive specifically, although it does list russian olive, which is similar. Autumn olive can be very difficult to control, so you will likey need to use a combination of mechanical and chemical means for treatment. This article from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources contains more information about this invasive species.

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July 12, 2015 Bill from Lexington,sc asked:

QIs Crossbow effective applied directly to root system of unwanted brush/trees?

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Crossbow Herbicide will typically have an effect on brush and trees when applied to the root system. However, some applications require root applications while others only need a foliar application. It is very important that you read the Crossbow Herbicide product label and follow it exactly.

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July 11, 2015 Grace from Eugene, Or asked:

QMy husband sprayed trumpet vines 3 -4 ft from grapes with Crossbow, how can I stop it from getting yellow and wilting?
I noticed the yellow leaves are more under and not on top of the grape vines

A

As long as Crossbow is not applied directly to the grapes or the drift did not contact the grapes that would not be the cause of the yellow and wilting leaves.  It would be best to further examine the grape vines to confirm if a disease or other issue could be the cause.

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July 7, 2015 Bruce from Enterprise Alabama asked:

QWill Crossbow Herbicide kill overgrown cutover?
I have some land that was cutover. Will Crossbow kill most everything but grass? This land is scattered with pine, hardwood trees, brush, briers, private, holleys and all types of weeds. It is a typical south Alabama cutover I am trying to turn into pasture. I do not desire to kill the bahia grass or all the trees but need to thin it out so to speak, make it more manageable.

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Crossbow Herbicide is known to be a great product to kill brush and other unwanted woody plants. You should not spray if it is windy, and be careful that over spray does not get on the desirable trees. Crossbow Herbicide is not supposed to harm established grasses and should pose no threat on your Bahia grass, according to the manufacturer. This being said, we always recommend treating a small area first to test the results.  As long as your grass is not stressed by drought and it is healthy the grass will not be harmed. Before using Crossbow Herbicide we suggest going over the product label.

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July 6, 2015 Chris from Troutdale Oregon asked:

QI have black berries in our arborvitaes. Will cross bow kill the arborvitaes?

A The Crossbow Herbicide will burn the arborvitaes if sprayed over it. Cut the blackberries at one inch from the ground and spot treat with Crossbow Herbicide.

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July 2, 2015 Kari from Mcminnville asked:

QThe neighbor sprayed Crossbow diluted in their yard and half our birch is yellow and leaves limp, what to do?
The tree is near the back fence and they sprayed a large area (per the labels instructions they say) 2 foot high x 15 ft weeded overgrowth and I fear it was absorbed by the root base. We gave it a good bath and washed down the root base soil area for a while. Help!!! We love our only 30 ft river birch tree!

A Crossbow is a vegetation management product which means it is not very selective, it will kill almost anything.  Although it will not harm a tree when used at recommended levels if it gets on the base of the tree, it will harm a tree if you spray Crossbow on the foliage.  If the tree itself was not sprayed directly there could be another cause for the issue.  It would be best to speak with a local arborist or horticulturalist who is more familiar with any tree issues in your area.

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June 29, 2015 Matt from Lawrenceburg,tennesse asked:

QHow long does Crossbow need to be on the plant to be an effective herbicide?

A Crossbow Herbicide is rainfast ater two hours. The amount of time it takes for the product to kill the plants that have been sprayed depend on the plant itself. Generally, it could take between 7-14 days for plants to wilt or die. A second application may be needed depending on the plant. Please check the label for specific wait times for additional applications.

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June 22, 2015 Rebecca from Asheville, N.c. 28805 asked:

QCould I use a brush to put crossbow on leaf so as not to touch neighboring plants. does it go to root ?

A Crossbow Herbicide is intended to be used with a pressurized sprayer and can be brushed on for stump treatments. If you are only going to be using this for a few plants, it may be better served for you to hand weed the area versus using a non-selective herbicide. It will get to the roots of your plants.

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