Why not spend a few seconds and google LD50s? You can do that faster than asking here. You will find most herbicides are about as toxic to bees as table salt.Hello,
Do you know of a list or place where they offer information about the toxicity they have on the bees of the different herbicides currently used?
Specifically, I need information on Garlon's toxicity.
They can be that bad.In a post somewhere Richard mentioned some Japanese were drinking Roundup and that the glyphosate was not doing them in as it was the adjuvants, so was just wondering what it was that could do such damage. I would not think the surfactants would be that bad.
Crossbow is mentioned in the quote of post #2. Check radar's link above. Crossbow is triclopyr and 2-4d. I've never had issues with 2-4d unless I had virgins mating, and the post above suggests no issues with triclopyr.I have a neighbor using crossbow on blueberries and me and my wife have headache from it while working on my beehives yesterday.
I visited my neighbor and asked what was he spraying on the backyard. It was crossbow for blackberries control and he got the headache too. My question is how or if the bees will be affected and if the honey and brood is going to be compromised too.