Spray the weed killer over the areas that you want to kill off. Be very careful not to overspray, though, as any droplets that get on the leaves of neighboring plants have a good chance of killing them. Spraying just before noon means the plant will probably be dry and able to absorb the liquid of the weed killer. This, combined with the warmth of the sun, will result in the most effective kill rate.
Thank you. I just sprayed and it is about 10:30 am here. We have some very invasive plants in our area. They are sprawling and they stick to everything killing the plants the wrap around. We have Virginia Creeper 2 that almst killed a sm pine tre
Same here, they are terrible. You are right on as far as the time you sprayed. Good luck!!
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