A: Deadweed Brew is a non-selective herbicide. I would exhibit caution applying it to any desirable plants.
A: I would not use it near other plants. It’s us a targeted use product and won’t discern weed from plant or shrub.
A: Yes. I actually used it in an area with a juniper on the ground and it did not harm the juniper.
A: I believe once dry there should be no harm to animals. Keep them from the area while spraying and until dry. The precautionary statements on the instructions for humans and animals discus avoiding getting it in your eyes and not eating before washing your hands. That’s all. EPA requires pesticides that can have harmful effects on humans to have a Reentry Interval (REI) listed in the instructions which is a time period after application when people and animals should avoid the application area. I have seen other organic products even with REIs. This product does not have a REI therefore I assume it is safe for pets & humans once dry.
A: Yes, according to the label. Spray when no animals are in the area and just let it dry for a couple of hours before you let your pets walk on it. My dogs did not have any problems.
A: Ricky, We advise waiting for the sprays to dry before letting people and pets re-enter treated areas.
A: I doubt it. I am very careful with animals and myself. It's poison, after all.
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