My fiancee is worried our Pomeranian is being poisoned by wind blown Verdone and/or Iron Sulphate. | Love The Garden

My fiancee is worried our Pomeranian is being poisoned by wind blown Verdone and/or Iron Sulphate.

My fiancee is worried our Pomeranian is being poisoned by wind blown Verdone and/or Iron Sulphate.

Asked 1 year 9 months ago by [email protected]

The garden is netted off to the dog and should be safe. Is this a likely problem as the dog is old? It hasn't been particularly windy but any help would be appreciated. I put both on with a watering can with little or no overspray. It was a dry and warm day when I put both on (different days) and only slightly wet the day after. Many thanks

 

Answers

Amy Drudge's picture
Amy Drudge

Pets and Lawn Products

Posted 21 Sep 2015

Hi Dixie,

You've done the right think by fencing off the area you have treated, once that area is dry, then your dog can go back into it.  If it has been applied as instructed on a dry, calm day and the leaves have only been lightly wetted, then there should be no chance of spray drift.

The Following link may be useful for you, and put your mind at rest, Pets and Weedkillers

Kind Regards

Amy
 

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