Perennial? Biennial? Where is it located? Your lawn? Your garden beds? A
little league baseball field?
You still didn't answer:
Was this something that was given to you? Or, did you go out and
specifically purchase it to kill some thistle? Did you not research
application rates, when looking for something to kill thistle?
Do you have a low-pressure nozzle for your sprayer? What's it's capacity?
Again, did your product not come with a label? What you ask is clearly
[Borked OE quoting fixed.]
-Transported to a surreal landscape, a young girl kills the first woman she
You were just asking a question that you should already have the answer to.
My questions were quite valid, and you answered none of them. Too often
people are given chemicals (that they shouldn't posess in the first place)
from a "friend" in the business, with no understanding on the product's
uses, dangers, etc. I asked what kind of thistle (it matters). You didn't
answer. I asked the specific location of the thistle. You didn't answer.
Crossbow should be applied with a very low pressure nozzle, hence my
Everything you need to know about that product is on the label, and the
MSDS sheet. Anytime you aren't sure about what a chemical is for, or how it
is to be applied, you need to read both, /thoroughly/.
I've found the best control for thistle to be a weed digger. It takes more
time, but the results are instant and usually only require one
"application". ;) Again, the location of the weed, matters.
Please stop top-posting your replies.
A computer scientist is someone who, when told to 'Go to Hell', sees the
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.