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Adrenalin SC

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BASF - herbicide
27879

FOR SALE FOR USE IN THE PRAIRIE PROVINCES AND PEACE RIVER AREA OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ONLY ON CLEARFIELD WHEAT (1)

FOR CLEARFIELD WHEAT (1) (e.g. wheat varieties with the CLEARFIELD trait)


ENVIROMENTAL HAZARDS
This product contains a petroleum distillate which is toxic to aquatic organisms. Avoid contamination of aquatic systems during application. Do not contaminate these systems through direct application, disposal of waste or cleaning of equipment.
A buffer zone of 11 metres is required between the point of direct application and the closest downwind edge of sensitive terrestrial habitats (such as grasslands, forested areas, shelter belts, woodlots, hedgerows, pastures, rangelands, and shrublands) and sensitive aquatic habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs, and wetlands).
Do not apply during periods of dead calm or when winds are gusty.
To reduce runoff from treated areas into aquatic habitats, consider the characteristics/conditions of the site before treatment. Site characteristics/conditions that may lead to runoff include, but are not limited to: heavy rainfall, moderate to steep slope, bare soil, poorly draining soil (e.g. soils that are compacted, fine textured, or low in organic matter). It is recommended that this product not be applied when heavy rain is forecast. Potential for contamination of aquatic areas as a result of runoff may be reduced by inclusion of a vegetative strip between the treated area and the edge of the water body.
Toxic to small mammals, birds, aquatic organisms and non-target terrestrial plants. Observe buffer zones specified under DIRECTIONS FOR USE.
This product will harm other broadleaved plants in the vicinity of the treatment area. If applying this product using a handheld sprayer, do not directly spray or allow the spray to drift onto ornamentals or gardens.
Do not spray exposed roots of trees and ornamentals.


DIRECTIONS FOR USE (Prairie Provinces and Peace River Area of British Columbia)
ADRENALIN SC Herbicide is a selective herbicide that can be applied as an early post-emergent treatment in CLEARFIELD wheat (1). When ADRENALIN SC Herbicide is applied early post-emergence, absorption may occur through both the roots and foliage. Susceptible weeds stop growing and eventually die.
Apply using ground equipment only. DO NOT APPLY BY AIR.
Do not apply more than once per year.
DO NOT graze the treated crop within 14 days of application or cut for hay within 42 days of application.
Pre-harvest Interval: Wheat grain and straw can be harvested 79 days after treatment.
Restricted-entry interval (REI) - All liquid or soluble granule products, all crops – 12 hours.
DO NOT apply this product directly to freshwater habitats such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs and wetlands, estuaries or marine habitats.
DO NOT contaminate irrigation/drinking water supplies or aquatic habitats by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes.

Field Sprayer application
DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) coarse classification. Boom height must be 60 cm or less above the crop or ground.

Buffer Zones to Protect Sensitive Aquatic and Terrestrial Habitats
Use of the following spray methods or equipment DO NOT require a buffer zone: hand-held or backpack sprayer and spot treatment.
The buffer zones specified in the table below are required between the point of direct application and the closest downwind edge of sensitive terrestrial habitats (such as grasslands, forested areas, shelter beds, woodlots, hedgerows, riparian areas and shrublands), sensitive freshwater habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs and wetlands) and estuarine/marine habitats.
Seasonal water bodies require buffer zones if there is water in them during application. Water bodies which do not fill on an annual basis need not be buffered.

Method of Application – Field sprayer (1)
Crop – Wheat
Buffer Zones (metres) Required for the protection of:
Freshwater Habitat of Depths:
Less than 1 m – 11
Greater than 1 m – 11
Estuarine/Marine Habitats of Depths:
Less than 1 m – 11
Greater than 1 m – 11
Terrestrial Habitat – 11
(1) For field sprayer application, buffer zones can be reduced with the use of drift reducing spray shields. When using a spray boom fitted with a full shield (shroud, curtain) that extends to the crop canopy, the labeled buffer zone can be reduced by 70%. When using a spray boom where individual nozzles are fitted with cone-shaped shields that are no more than 30 cm above the crop canopy, the labeled buffer zone can be reduced by 30%.

When a tank mixture is used, consult the labels of the tank-mix partners and observe the largest (most restrictive) buffer zone of the products involved in the tank mixture.


BROADLEAF WEED and GRASS CONTROL
Application should be made from the extended 3 leaf to the 6-leaf stage of the wheat crop (prior to flag leaf emergence) and after the weeds have emerged. To control broadleaf weeds, apply ADRENALIN SC Herbicide from the cotyledon up to the 4-leaf stage. To control grasses, apply ADRENALIN SC Herbicide from the 1-4 true leaf stage up until early tillering. Initial crop injury may be observed after application but this is outgrown and should not affect yield. Severe crop injury may occur as a result of spray overlap. AVOID SPRAYER OVERLAP.


ADRENALIN SC Herbicide at 1 L product/ha will provide control of the following weeds:
CONTROL
Annual sowthistle
Annual smartweed (smartweed/lady’s-thumb)
Barnyard grass
Bluebur
Volunteer canary seed
Cocklebur
Cow cockle
Daisy fleabane
False flax
Flixweed
Goat’s-beard
Green and yellow foxtail
Kochia
Lamb’s-quarters
Mustards (except dog and tansy)
Narrow-leaved hawk’s-beard
Persian darnel
Plantain
Prickly lettuce
Ragweed
Redroot pigweed
Russian pigweed
Russian thistle
Shepherd’s-purse
Stinging nettle
Stinkweed
Sweet clover
Thyme-leaved spurge
Volunteer barley
Volunteer canola (including all HT varieties)
Volunteer durum wheat
Volunteer tame oat
Volunteer wheat (non-CLEARFIELD tolerant)
Wild buckwheat
Wild oat
Wild radish
Wild sunflower


ADRENALIN SC Herbicide at 1 L product/ha will provide suppression and/or top growth control of the following weeds:
SUPPRESSION AND/OR TOP GROWTH (1) CONTROL
Biennial wormwood
Blue lettuce
Bull thistle (1)
Burdock (1)
Buttercup (1)
Canada thistle (1)
Chickweed
Cleavers
Common groundsel
Curled dock (young)
Dandelion
Dog and tansy mustard
Field bindweed (1)
Gumweed
Hawkweed
Heal-all
Hedge bindweed
Hempnettle
Hoary cress (1)
Horsetail
Japanese Brome Grass
Knotweed
Leafy spurge
Oak-leaved goosefoot
Peppergrass
Perennial sowthistle (1)
Pineappleweed
Prostrate pigweed
Purslane
Russian knapweed
Sheep sorrel
Tartary buckwheat (1)
Tumble pigweed
Velvetleaf
Yellow rocket

Apply in 100 L/ha of water with a NONIONIC SURFACTANT (e.g., AGRAL 90, AGSURF or SURF 92) at the rate of 0.25% v/v.


MIXING INSTRUCTIONS
Use 100 L/ha of water. Use a 50-mesh (or coarser) filter screen. Fill the spray tank with three-quarters of the required amount of clean water, start agitation and continue agitation throughout the entire mixing and spraying procedure. Add the required amount of ADRENALIN SC Herbicide into the sprayer through the tank opening and continue agitating. After the herbicide is thoroughly mixed, continue agitation and add the required amount of non-ionic surfactant. If excess foaming occurs, a silicone anti-foaming agent may be added (e.g., HALT). Complete filling the tank to the desired level with water. If agitation is stopped for more than 5 minutes, re-suspend spray solution by full agitation prior to commencing spraying again. Between loads of ADRENALIN SC Herbicide, check in-line and nozzle screens and rinse and clean if necessary.

Upon completion of spraying ADRENALIN SC Herbicide, thoroughly flush tank, boom, hoses and in-line and nozzle screens with clean water to avoid possible injury to other crops.

Maximum Application Rates, Maximum Seasonal Application Rates, Maximum Number of Applications per Year or Maximum Amount of Pesticide to be Handled per Person per Day Site -
Wheat – post emergence treatment in conventional tillage
Maximum Rate for a Single Application (g a.e. of 2,4-D/ha) – 880
Cumulative Maximum Rate per Season (g a.e. of 2,4-D/ha) - 880
Maximum Number of Applications per Year - 1


FOLLOW CROPPING
Winter wheat can be planted 3 months after treatment (3 MAT) as a rotational crop.
Initial crop injury to non-CLEARFIELD canola may be observed. Avoid spray overlap as yield reduction may result. The following crops may be grown safely the year following an application:
Canary seed
Field peas
Field corn
CLEARFIELD canola (1)
Non-CLEARFIELD canola
Lentils
Spring wheat
Durum wheat
Spring barley
Tame oats
Sunflower
Flax
Chickpea
The following crop may be grown safely two years following an application:
Mustard (condiment type only)
There are insufficient data for other follow crops. Conduct a field bioassay (a test strip grown to maturity) the year before growing any crop other than those listed above.


RESISTANCE-MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
For resistance management, ADRENALIN SC Herbicide is both a Group 2 and a Group 4 herbicide. Any weed population may contain or develop plants naturally resistant to ADRENALIN SC Herbicide and other Group 2 and/or Group 4 herbicides. The resistant biotypes may dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly in the same field. Other resistance mechanisms that are not linked to site of action, but specific for individual chemicals, such as enhanced metabolism, may also exist. Appropriate resistance-management strategies should be followed.
To delay herbicide resistance:
Where possible, rotate the use of ADRENALIN SC Herbicide or other Group 2 and 4 herbicides with different herbicide groups that control the same weeds in a field.
Use tank mixtures with herbicides from a different group when such use is permitted.
Herbicide use should be based on an IPM program that includes scouting, historical information related to herbicide use and crop rotation, and considers tillage (or other mechanical), cultural, biological and other chemical control practices.
Monitor treated weed populations for resistance development.
Prevent movement of resistant weed seeds to other fields by cleaning harvesting and tillage equipment and planting clean seed.
Contact your local extension specialist or certified crop advisors for any additional pesticide resistance-management and/or integrated weed-management recommendations for specific crops and weed biotypes.
For further information or to report suspected resistance, contact BASF at 1-877-371-2273 or at www.agsolutions.ca.

(1) Methods of growing plants which are resistant to certain acetohydroxyacid synthase (AHAS) herbicides are protected by Canadian Patent No. 1341465. The use of this product in the practice of patented methods could constitute patent infringement. The purchase of this product conveys no license to the purchaser to practice the patented methods.

Effective
Crops
Winter wheat
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
880 - 880
Preharvest Interval
-
Crops
Spring wheat
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
880 - 880
Preharvest Interval
-
Effective
Annual canarygrass
Annual canarygrass
Phalaris canariensis ★★★
Ball mustard
Ball mustard
Neslia paniculata ★★★
Barnyard grass
Barnyard grass
Echinochloa crus galli ★★★
Black bindweed
Black bindweed
Fallopia convolvulus ★★★
Black mustard
Black mustard
Brassica nigra ★★★
Calepina
Calepina
Calepina irregularis ★★★
Cocklebur
Cocklebur
Xanthium strumarium ★★★
Common ragweed
Common ragweed
Ambrosia artemisiifolia ★★★
Cow cockle
Cow cockle
Vaccaria hispanica ★★★
Daisy fleabane
Daisy fleabane
Erigeron annuus ★★★
European stickseed
European stickseed
Lappula squarrosa ★★★
False flax
False flax
Camelina sativa ★★★
Fat hen
Fat hen
Chenopodium album ★★★
Field mustard
Field mustard
Brassica campestris ★★★
Flixweed
Flixweed
Descurainia sophia ★★★
Goat’s-beard
Goat’s-beard
Aruncus dioicus ★★★
Green foxtail
Green foxtail
Setaria viridis ★★★
Hedge mustard
Hedge mustard
Sisymbrium officinale ★★★
Hexham scent
Hexham scent
Melilotus indicus ★★★
Indian hedge mustard
Indian hedge mustard
Sisymbrium orientale ★★★
Jimson weed
Jimson weed
Datura stramonium ★★★
Kochia
Kochia
Bassia scoparia ★★★
Narrowleaf hawksbeard
Narrowleaf hawksbeard
Crepis tectorum ★★★
Persian darnel
Persian darnel
Lolium persicum ★★★
Plantain
Plantain
Musa paradisiaca ★★★
Prickly lettuce
Prickly lettuce
Lactuca serriola ★★★
Redroot pigweed
Redroot pigweed
Amaranthus retroflexus ★★★
Russian pigweed
Russian pigweed
Axyris amaranthoides ★★★
Russian thistle
Russian thistle
Salsola kali ★★★
Shepherd's purse
Shepherd's purse
Capsella bursa-pastoris ★★★
Sowthistle
Sowthistle
Sonchus spp. ★★★
Stinging nettle
Stinging nettle
Urtica dioica ★★★
Sunflowers
Sunflowers
Helianthus ★★★
Thyme-leaved spurge
Thyme-leaved spurge
Euphorbia serpyllifolia ★★★
Volunteer barley
Volunteer barley
Hordeum vulgare ★★★
Volunteer canola
Volunteer canola
Brassica napus ★★★
Volunteer (tame) oats
Volunteer (tame) oats
Avena sativa ★★★
Volunteer wheat
Volunteer wheat
Triticum aestivum ★★★
White mustard
White mustard
Sinapis alba ★★★
Wild mustard, charlock
Wild mustard, charlock
Sinapis arvensis ★★★
Wild oat
Wild oat
Avena fatua ★★★
Wild radish
Wild radish
Raphanus raphanistrum ★★★
Wormseed mustard
Wormseed mustard
Erysimum cheiranthoides ★★★
Yellow foxtail
Yellow foxtail
Setaria lutescens ★★★
Biennial wormwood
Biennial wormwood
Artemisia biennis ★
Bittercress, herb barbara, yellow rocket
Bittercress, herb barbara, yellow rocket
Barbarea vulgaris ★
Blue lettuce
Blue lettuce
Lactuca tatarica ★
Buttercups
Buttercups
Ranunculus ★
Canada thistle
Canada thistle
Cirsium arvense ★
Cleavers
Cleavers
Galium aparine ★
Common burdock
Common burdock
Arctium minus ★
Common chickweed
Common chickweed
Stellaria media ★
Common dandelion
Common dandelion
Taraxacum officinale ★
Common groundsel
Common groundsel
Senecio vulgaris ★
Common hempnettle
Common hempnettle
Galeopsis tetrahit ★
Creeping knotweed
Creeping knotweed
Polygonum prostratum ★
Curly dock
Curly dock
Rumex crispus ★
Docks
Docks
Rumex acetosella ★
Dog mustard
Dog mustard
Erucastrum gallicum ★
European bindweed
European bindweed
Convolvulus arvensis ★
Grindelia
Grindelia
Grindelia camporum ★
Heal-all
Heal-all
Prunella vulgaris ★
Hedge bindweed
Hedge bindweed
Calystegia sepium ★
Hoary cress
Hoary cress
Lepidium draba ★
Horsetail
Horsetail
Equisetum ★
Japanese brome grass
Bromus japonicus ★
Japanese knotweed
Japanese knotweed
Fallopia japonica ★
Leafy spurge
Leafy spurge
Euphorbia esula ★
Meadow hawkweed
Meadow hawkweed
Hieracium caespitosum ★
Oak-leaved goosefoot
Oak-leaved goosefoot
Chenopodium glaucum ★
Pepper grass
Pepper grass
Panicum whitei ★
Perennial sow thistle
Perennial sow thistle
Sonchus arvensis ★
Pineappleweed
Pineappleweed
Matricaria discoidea ★
Prostrate knotweed
Prostrate knotweed
Polygonum aviculare ★
Prostrate pigweed
Prostrate pigweed
Amaranthus blitoides ★
Red pigweed
Red pigweed
Portulaca oleracea ★
Russian knapweed
Russian knapweed
Centaurea repens ★
Spear thistle
Spear thistle
Cirsium vulgare ★
Tansy mustard
Tansy mustard
Descurainia pinnata ★
Tartary buckwheat
Tartary buckwheat
Fagopyrum tataricum ★
Tumble pigweed
Tumble pigweed
Amaranthus albus ★
Velvetleaf
Velvetleaf
Abutilon theophrasti ★