Recently was doing a front yard landscape renovation project and had a question for y’all regarding 24-D, dicamba and seeding. So this client had this huge rain garden in their front yard, it was basically jungle every type of weed, plant, pacasandra, ivy, shrubs, you name it and they wanted to get rid of all that vegetation and replace it with grass seed, no big deal your normal type of landscape Reno work. So i leveled all the vegetation, cut it all down to a couple inches and removed the brush. Typically for clearing I just use glyphosate concentrate 6-8 oz of 41% glyphosate per gallon, add in the surfactant and good to go, spray it wait 10-14 days, till and reseed; however, this property Was infested with daffodils and other bulb type vegetation which in my experience roundup or glyphosate is not particularly effective at all at killing so I added 24-D/ dicamba at 4 oz a gallon to the mixture and sprayed everything. It was a couple days later I realized (duh) dicamba has residual soil activity which can harm seed, according to the label you have to wait 3-4 weeks before re-seeding. so here’s my thought process it’s already been 5 days since the herbicide application, I’ll wait another 7-10 days for the herbicide to penetrate the entire root system of the pacasandra and other vegetative material, then till the whole area, rake up the roots & debris, and water in the top layer of soil for a couple days to dissipate any lingering herbicide before applying the seed. Does this sound like the right plan ( given the circumstances lol), how long do you guys wait for the herbicide to kill ivy and pacasandra, would you guys take a different approach to the tilling, seeding, etc. or in a different order, thanks appreciate your feedback just want to make sure I don’t kill the seed and then waste a week or two watering it.