Crossbow Herbicide

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Crossbow Herbicide

Crossbow is a postemergent product 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: blueweed, buttercup (annual), horseweed (marestail), lambsquarters (common), mustard (wild), ragweed (common), spurge (thyme-leaf), bedstraw, bluebur, clover, cocklebur, croton, dogbane, ironweed, lettuce, mustard, radish, ragwort, shepherd's purse, amaranth, buttercup, chickweed, clover, dandelion, dock, galinsoga, goatsbeard, henbit, ironweed, ivy, kochia, lespedeza, oxalis, pennycress, pepperweed, pigweed, plantain, purslane, sneezeweed, sunflower, thistle, vetch, wormwood, yellow rocket, bindweed, carrot (wild), chicory, dogfennel, fleabane, horsenettle, kudzu, marhelder, milkweed, pepperweed, pokeweed, sesbania, sowthistle, spurge (leafy), thistle, yarrow. Refer to product label for complete details and usage rates.
Application: Postemergent weed control. Crossbow can be applied in-season to foliage or during dormancy. For best results from foliar applications, apply when foliage is actively growing.
Yield: Rates vary depending on target weeds and timing of applications.
NOT FOR SALE TO: TX, HI, MA
Manufactured By: Dow AgroSciences



Crossbow is a postemergent product 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.

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  • 38 of 44 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 Stars  More useful than Roundup
    By T. 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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  • 11 of 14 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Works great on Poison Oak
    By Chris 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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  • 5 of 5 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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  • 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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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Crossbow on Live Oak sprouts
    By David 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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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Works Great
    By Jamie 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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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Review of Cross Bow
    By Jean 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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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 Stars  Excellent product
    By Lee 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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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.

15 of 17 people found this answer helpful.
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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.

8 of 8 people found this answer helpful.
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October 7, 2011 Ross from Beatrice, Ne asked:

QWill Crossbow kill bindweed in bermuda grass without hurting the grass since it is a warm season grass?

ACrossbow is not supposed to harm established grasses and should pose no threat on your Bermuda 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.

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July 15, 2011 Jim asked:

QWhat is the best product to kill poison ivy and other weeds common to farm areas?
I own a small farm (36 acres 7 0f which are planted) the wooded area surrounding the planted area is full of poison ivy, briars and other common pests. They flourish around a stream that needs to be cleaned out but we need to get rid of the ivy and briars first. Would you also recommend a back pack sprayer.

AFor the areas that are away from the stream it is best to use Crossbow which is great for the poison ivy and briars, mixed with a glyphosate product like Ranger Pro.  These together will kill the poison ivy and briars.  For areas on the bank of the stream you should use Rodeo with a Surfactant since Rodeo is labeled for use near water and will not harm the aquatic life.

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Most Recent Customer Questions

May 20, 2014 Richard from Fl asked:

QWill Crossbow kill sea grape bushes?
Have a problem wit these plants, asking for a neighbor.

A While the Crossbow is not specifically labeled to control SeaGrape bushes, it does contain Triclopyr which is highly used in eliminating any brush or viney type plant. It would best be applied undiluted with a paint brush or spot sprayer directly after cutting back/down the seagrape bushes to the ground. You want to chop them down as low to the ground as you can and then immediately apply the product to the freshly cut stump/vine. The product will soak in and kill the plant within a few weeks where at that point you can remove it if you need to.

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April 12, 2014 Linda from Portland, Oregon asked:

QI used crossbow in my garden area for blackberrys, may I still have my garden there?
2-3 weeks ago I was told you should use crossbow, I did now I have NO worms. Is it safe to garden there and eat the vegetables?

A Crossbow Herbicide will not leach into the soil. Please contact Dow Agrosciences 800-992-5991 to make sure of when exactly you can plant your garden.

2 of 2 people found this answer helpful.
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April 7, 2014 Frank from Laurel Hill, Fl asked:

QHow much time must elapse after application before rain will effect killing of the plants.

A Crossbow Herbicide will become rainfast in 4-6 hours after application. Please let us know if you have any more questions.

1 of 1 people found this answer helpful.
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March 7, 2014 Roland from Palm Beach, Fl. asked:

QWe have several black olive trees on our property, will Crossbow kill these trees in sprayed around the roots?

A Crossbow Herbicide will harm the olive tree if it drifts onto the bark or foliage. Crossbow will is not a strong product leaching into the soil, but it is formulated to penetrate bark. Please call us at 866-581-7378 with any questions.

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February 24, 2014 Allen from Nc asked:

QWhat strength and application criteria is Crossbow used for killing English ivy

A You would mix 2 oz of Crossbow per gallon of water to kill English Ivy.

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January 17, 2014 Gerry from Tavernier, Fl asked:

QCan Crossbow be used to eradicate Brazillian Pepper trees?
These are very large. I was hoping to drill the trunks and inject the product.

A Crossbow is formulated to be able to kill woody stemmed plants including shrubs and bushes. We recommend that you call the manufacturer directly since they are the experts on their product. Dow Agrosciences 1-800-263-1196.

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January 16, 2014 Steve from Oregon asked:

QWhat is the mixture for a one quart solution of Crossbow for a small patch of blackberries?

A We recommend that you contact DowAgroASciences for a specific dilution of Crossbow Herbicide to be applied for a smaller area than what is listed on the product label. They can be reached at 800.992.5994 option 4.

 

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November 5, 2013 David from Baytown , Texas asked:

QDoes Crossbow kill cactus?

A Crossbow Herbicide is not labeled to treat for cactus. This does not mean however it will not work. We were advised by the manufacturer that application depends on what type of land you would be applying to. Please contact Dow Agrosciences at 800-992-5994 fo assistance with Crossbow Herbicide.

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October 14, 2013 Minerva from Northern Vermont asked:

QWill Crossbow Herbicide kill Asiatic/Oriental Bittersweet?
It's roots are literally under my entire lawn, and who knows how far reaching, crisscrossing, some nearly an inch in diameter, and lengths in the hundreds of feet. I got it "visually" under control in the front of the property, though it decided to invade the back. I've discovered it's roots have punctured through other plants' roots/tubers, like the daylillies or peonies. IT MUST BE STOPPED!!!

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Asiatic/Oriental Bittersweet is an invasive species and difficult to eradicate and control. We recommend that you speak to the manufacturer Dow AgroSciences for information on treating with Crossbow as it is not listed on the label. They can be reached at 800.992.5594. We also suggest speaking to a Master Gardener in your area by clicking the link below for more treatment advice.

 

http://www.ahs.org/gardening-resources/master-gardeners

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October 2, 2013 Dave from Grand Island, Ne asked:

QIs a surfactant reccomended for use with crossbow on Kentucky Bluegrass?

A You do not have to use a surfactant with Crossbow Herbicide Please follow the label instructions for application.

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