I wouldn't use it while children are present, but, yes, it is safe to use where children play. It is made from concentrated citrus oil, somewhat caustic when directly exposed to skin, but not poisonous to either people or animals. It dissipates within an hour of use and leaves no toxic residue. Plus, being citrus based, it smells much better than traditional pesticides. Just keep the kids away from it for an hour and you should be OK.
I've never tried it on those, but it should. It works by stripping the weed (or grass, or whatever vegetation it gets on) of its waxy coating. Without this coating, the plant cannot engage in photosynthesis, and dies--rather quickly. Hope this helps. I'd give it a shot.
Yes, I use it on both of my gravel driveways front and back of house.
No, providing you spray only the weeds IN FULL SUNLIGHT.
No. No. No.
Yes! I would cut the weeds as far down as possible before use.
Obviously no, when spraying but according to the label, once dried it is unlikely to harm animals.
I wouldn’t say any product is safe when it comes to fish. They are so fragile. Although Avenger Weed Killet is not as toxic as Round-up, I would still be very careful with your fish. I suggest you call the company directly and ask them. Better safe than sorry.
My opinion based on label. I wouldn't use on grass since label specifically says non-specific killer. We've used along curb, street, and where rocks meet patio and driveway.