Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr

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Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr

Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is a non-selective post-emergent herbicide that controls most unwanted woody plants, perennial and annual broad-leaf weeds and grasses. It can be used on permanent grass pastures, non-irrigation ditchbanks, non-crop areas, fence rows, rangelands, roadsides and industrial sites.




General Information

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.

General Use Precautions and Restrictions

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.

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  • 21 of 21 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Crossbow: The strongest Herbicide I have found so far
    By Bob in Leesburg, VA on 08/04/2014
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    Crossbow herbicide lived up to it's claim. My main reason for buying was to eradicate English Ivy. The leafs on English Ivy are waxy and it is very difficult for anything to penetrate. I have tried the usual things you would find at Home Depot, Lowes, etc. While crossbow has completely killed all my ivy, it has done the best job that anything else has. I have also used it as a general weed/brush killer and it will kill those things at a 100% kill rate.

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  • 17 of 17 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Crossbow
    By J in Kent, CT on 09/06/2014
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    I bought this specifically for an invasion of creeping charlie in my lawn and it's working surprisingly well. It's also killing other broad leaf weeds with no effect on the grass. Good Product

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  • 14 of 14 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Good for brush and weeds
    By Larkin in Providence Forge on 08/26/2015

    Great stuff. Don't expect it to act as fast as Round-Up, but give it time and in about 9-14 days, you will see results. It seems to kill everything but grass like it is supposed to.

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  • 12 of 12 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Kills any weed
    By Bruce in Sarasota, fl on 12/21/2015

    I will only use for weeds. I used it on Blackberrys and it was wonderful. They started to wilt before I finished spraying and after 5 days I could pinch the vines that was bigger than my thumb and there was nothing but hollow vines I used on my lawn twice a year with great results

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  • 10 of 11 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Very happy with the results ( Wild Violet Invasion )
    By Aaron in Buchanan, Michigan on 05/11/2015
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    2 year old lawn that has been completely redone, neighboring lawns also have wild violets. Ihave tried other products to kill a severe wild violet invasion In my turf grass (blue grass and fescue). None has even made them wilt. This is the first product that I have seen results. Wilting after 3 days then I noticed the edges dying back within 5 days. I still will need a second treatment to go back and hit the small plants that I missed. Mixed to the recommended rate and percentage solution for wild violets. I did notice some turf grass damage in some spots that I most likely over allied the product. A small price to pay for the results I've seen.

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  • 4 of 5 stars  Crossbow Herbicide
    By Ben in Griffin on 07/15/2017

    I have used other Triclopyr products in the past and this product works as well as any others I have tried. It is easy to use (could have a better container for measuring) and you can see results almost immediately.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Poison ivy!
    By Gary in Nominee wisconsin on 06/25/2017

    I bought this to control poison ivy, but it did much more.. This will control any broad leaf in the lawn and not bother the grasses.. My lawn has never looked better, and the woods are free of poison ivy.

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  • 1 of 1 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  crossbow and scotch broom
    By Kenyon in seabeck, wa on 06/21/2017

    scotch broom is nasty. It's invasive and just doesn't care. Score one for crossbow. Just one treatment and 24 hours later the leaves were wilted and the stems sagging. I recommend it highly

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Herbicides
    By H in Starke Fl on 06/13/2017

    works as said on label works great all products.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Seems to kill Kudzu!
    By Dave in Cumming. Ga on 05/22/2017

    I have a 6 ac field with about 2 ac of kudzu, been fighting it for years. Applied Crossbow 15 days ago and saw kill on kudzu that day. Kudzu, honeysuckle and other weeds are dead. Grass yellowed a bit but it is coming back strong. I'm happy and will let you know if it lasts. So far I would recommend Crossbow. Also kills poison ivy!

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  • 2 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works on Wild Violet
    By Lynn in South Orange, NJ on 04/29/2017

    My yard was infested with wild violet - even my compost heap was covered. I did a lot of research about the main ingredient, Tryclopyr, and was comfortable using it in my yard where a dog and children play. The product worked as intended. Within two days the wild violets began wilting, two weeks later they are browning. My grass was not harmed, neither were any of my fledgling perennials as they break through the ground. There was no collateral damage to any other plants. I am aware I will need to repeat the spraying at least a couple of more times in the mean time, this product is also meant to eradicate Japanese knot weed, so I am going to begin cutting stalks and applying it to the stems and will update this review as I progress. This is another multi-application process.

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  • 2 of 2 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Works very well on "brambles"
    By Gary in Jacksonville, TX on 04/04/2017

    Was hesitant but this actually worked better than I expected. We have a semi-cleared forested area that had all the lower scrub cleared but the Pines/Oaks/Elms and other good trees remain. Unfortunately, the floor of the area was a welcoming environment for brambles. This killed them and other weeds that are trying grow in the newly cleared area.

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  • 3 of 3 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Crossbow 2,4-D &Triclopyr
    By John in Las Vegas, NM. on 09/28/2016

    This product works. Kills Chinese Elm regrowth around stumps quickly by drilling holes into lower stump & exposed roots then injecting product into holes. Mixed with diesel fuel will last me a few years. Cheaper in the long run than the 'popular' big store products. Works on other weeds too.

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  • 5 of 5 people found this review helpful:

    5 of 5 stars  Crossbow
    By Jerry in Squaw Valley on 07/03/2016

    Purchased Crossbow to control horseweed / Marestail. Works effectively when mixed as recommended.

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  • 4 of 4 people found this review helpful:

    4 of 5 stars  Southern Ag Crossbow
    By James in Rural Texas on 06/07/2016

    Would give it a 5 but costs more than the Dow Crossbow that can't ship to Texas. Works great as long as it can dry well before any rain. Works best during summer.

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10/02/2013 Jon from Hendersonville Nc

QHow to kill wild violets in fescue without killing the grass, will Crossbow work for this?
Can I use Crossbow to kill wild violets in fescue grass without harming the grass? And how many application cycles are necessary to do the job?

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Crossbow is not supposed to harm established grasses and should pose no threat on your Fescue grass according to the manufacturer.  This being said, we always recommend treating a small area first to test the results as the product is only labeled to be applied on rangeland and permanent grass pastures but not to residential lawns.  As long as your grass is not stressed by drought and it is healthy the grass will not be harmed.  For applying over grasses you need to make sure you apply at the recommended levels on the product label.
We do carry Fertilome Weed Free Zone and it is labeled for wild violet and for use in Fescue lawns.  This product is labeled to be applied to residential lawns and is a little more cost effective as well.
 Crossbow 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 - See more at: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/crossbow-herbicide-p-1514.html#sthash.nPi2OXAN.dpuf

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08/23/2013 Jafo from Norman , Ok

QWhat is the mixing rate for Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr?

AThe mixing rate of Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr is 1 1/3 fl oz Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr into one gallon of water. Please refer to the product label for application instructions.

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05/19/2015 Hugh from Coeur D'alene, Idaho

QCrossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr mixing ratio?
the label on the container has been ripped off and I didn't write down the mixing ratio............

AThe mixing rate of Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr is 1 1/3 fl oz Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr into one gallon of water. Please refer to the product label for application instructions.

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04/09/2014 Kreg from Houston, Texas

QWill Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr kill Johnson grass if spray directly on the grass, also do I need to add a surfactant to the mixture

ACrossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr is not labeled for grassy weeds like Johnsongrass, but for brushy type weeds. We would recommend using a product like TVC Total Vegetation Control. TVC is labeled for grassy weeds like Johnson grass. Please be aware this is a vegetation mgmt product and will kill any grass you apply it to. Using a surfactant will always help the herbicide to adhere to weed leaves.

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08/22/2014 Mark from Salem, Oh

QWill Crossbow Specialty Herbicide kill creeping charlie?

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Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is labeled for creeping charlie aka ground ivy when used as directed on the†product label.

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09/24/2016 Bill from Sequim, Wa

QWhat is the mix rate for Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr?

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The mixing rate of†Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr†is 1 1/3 fl oz Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr into one gallon of water. Please refer to the product label for application instructions.

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09/08/2016 Cheryl from Georgetown, Tx

QWill Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr kill Bamboo?

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Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr†will kill bamboo if the bamboo is cut down and the†Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr†is applied undiluted.

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07/27/2016 Hans from Jamestown, Ri

QHow do I kill Ailanthus altissima, Tree of Heaven, Ghetto Palm?
It wont die, propagates through suckers and seed pods. I am ready to try TVC to see if that will kill it, glyphosphate like Roundup only makes the leaves fall off and they sprout again shortly after. They are coming up all over my lawn and I am considering just making it a rock garden. Is there anything I can use to kill it that will allow me to (eventually) grow a lawn?

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Tree of Heaven is an invasive species that can require chemical and cultural methods to control completely. You will probably need to cut a treat the stumps directly with a product like Crossbow Specialty Herbicide for best results. This article from the PennState Extension service has more information about this difficult tree.

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07/10/2016 Jafo from Norman , Ok

QIs Crossbow labeled to kill sumac?

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Yes, Crossbow Specialty Herbicide is labeled to eradicate sumac. Per label instructions, it is applied at 1.5 gallons per acre broadcast application or 1 to 1.5% mixtures for high volume foliar applications.

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06/13/2016 Joe from Hampton, Tennessee

QIs Crossbow Specialty Herbicide harmful to cattle?

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Cattle (as well as all other animals and people) should be kept out of the area during application of†Crossbow Specialty Herbicide, but they can safely return once the area has thoroughly dried.† Per the product label, "Except for lactating dairy animals, there are no grazing restrictions following application of this product."†

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05/20/2016 Steve from San Diego, Ca

QWill Crossbow Specialty Herbicide kill a large mature ficus tree?
Ficus out of control, 3 1/2 stories tall dropping lots of nuts and leaves all the time. Need to kill this tree. Will Crossbow work?

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In order to kill a tree that size, you would get the best results cutting the tree down to a stump and treating the fresh cut stump directly. If the trunk diameter is less than 6-8 inches, then you could potentially do a basal bark treatment with Crossbow Specialty Herbicide. You would mix 1.25 to 5 ounces per gallon of solution, mixing in diesel No. 1 or 2 or kerosene, then spraying the basal part of the tree up to a height of 15-20 inches off the ground. If you do not need this much product, then could also use Fertilome Brush Killer and Stump Killer.

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03/03/2016 Paulina from St. Petersburg, Fl

QCan I use Crossbow Specialty Herbicide to treat Brazilian pepper tree for basal bark and stump treatments?
I also live near the ocean so am a little weary to use this. Would glyphosate like Rodeo be a better option possibly? I believe I could only use it for stump treatment. Lastly, how long after treatment of the tree and/or stump (I have thicker and thinner trees) could I plant vegetables in the area- I want to cut these invasives down and put raised garden beds down in that area. Thank you!

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Control of Brazilian Pepper Tree can be tricky, and which herbicide is best will depend on the time of year and method that you are using. Something like Rodeo Herbicide (glyphosate) will likely only work on seedlings, and may take several weeks to kill the young plants. Crossbow Specialty Herbicide can be used for basal bark treatments in general, however the product label does not specifically list Brazilian pepper tree as a plant that it controls. This article from your Florida†State Extension offers the most detailed recommendations for treating this invasive plant. They recommend using Triclopyr Ester for basal bark treatments, which we carry in Hi-Yield Turflon Ester Ultra or Garlon 4 Herbicide. Usually direct stump treatments offer the fastest control, however this is best done when the trees are not fruiting since seeds may be scattered and start new plants.

Triclopyr should not be applied directly to water or in ways where the product would drift into bodies of water. Since these are post-emergent herbicides only,†you could generally safely plant vegetables if you were only treating stumps or doing direct tree treatment two weeks after use. Most folks, however, will want to wait until the target plants have died and been removed.

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10/08/2015 Dorothy from Liverpool, Tx

QWill Crossbow Specialty Herbicide kill tallowwood - or Eucalyptus microcorys trees?

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You can use Crossbow Specialty Herbicide to kill Eucalyptus or tallowwood trees by basal bark or stump applications. Trees with diameters larger than 6 to 8 inches should be cut to stumps, then treated with Crossbow as a stump application per the product label. If you are trying to avoid harming the trees, it is best to avoid allowing drift or overspray to contact the trees or root system.

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10/01/2015 Ray from Seattle Wa

QWill Crossbow kill trees?

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Crossbow is labeled to kill several species of trees. Please review the Crossbow product label for more information on what species of trees can be impacted by Crossbow. 

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09/08/2015 Jb from Marietta, Ga

QHow long before I can reseed my fescue lawn after applying Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr?

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You can reseed  as soon as 4 weeks  after Crossbow Specialty Herbicide - 2, 4-D & Triclopyr. 

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