DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
SPRING WHEAT, BARLEY, WINTER WHEAT (not underseeded to legumes) DO NOT APPLY TO OATS.
Treatment Stage: Ground or aerial application. For Spring Wheat or Barley, treat from the 4-leaf expanded to the early flag-leaf (shot blade) stage.
Ground or aerial application. For Winter Wheat, treat in the spring from full tillering to the shot blade stage. Do not apply during and after the flag-leaf stage. Do not apply to seedling winter cereals in the fall.
Susceptible Weeds: Annual sow-thistle, Ball mustard, Blue bur, Burdock, Canada thistle*, Cocklebur, Curled dock*, Dog mustard, Flixweed, Hare’s ear mustard, Indian mustard, Kochia**, Lady'sthumb***, Lamb's-quarters, Night-flowering catchfly****, Oak-leaved goosefoot, Perennial sow-thistle*, Ragweed, Redroot pigweed, Round-leaved mallow, Russian pigweed, Russian thistle**, Shepherd's purse, Smartweed***, Stinkweed, Stork’s-bill, Tartary buckwheat***, Tumble mustard, Volunteer rapeseed (Canola), Volunteer sunflower***, Wild buckwheat***, Wild mustard, and Wormseed mustard.
* Top growth control only
** Spray before plants are 5 cm. high
*** Spray before the four leaf stage
**** Spring annuals only
Rate to Use: l.2 L/ha
IPCO Dichlorprop-DX will provide best results if applied when weeds are young and growing actively.
Note: Crops under stress from adverse environmental conditions such as excess moisture, drought, disease, etc. may suffer a further setback when IPCO Dichlorprop-DX is applied; however, the crop injury that may occur is usually offset by the benefits of enhanced weed control. Apply in warm weather when the crop and weeds are growing well, and the weeds are at a susceptible stage. Avoid application during cool weather, drought conditions, or during exceptionally hot weather.
Toadflax: Suppression only (where suppression is a visual reduction in weed competition, i.e. reduced population and/or vigour). Degree of suppression will vary with the size of the Toadflax and environmental conditions prior to and following treatment. Apply when the majority of the
Toadflax are no taller than 15 cm. Use of IPCO Dichlorprop-DX for suppression of Toadflax in wheat or barley is part of a long-term planned approach for Toadflax control, which includes spring and fall tillage, fall patch spraying, summer fallow and/or chemical fallow.
Do not use treated cereals for grazing of livestock or green feed until 40 days after application of IPCO Dichlorprop-DX. Do not cut treated cereals for forage until 40 days after application of IPCO Dichlorprop-DX. Withdraw meat animals from treated fields at least 3 days before slaughter.
Observe a minimum interval to harvest of 60 days after treatment.
Observe a minimum plant-back interval of 30 days.
|Registered for cultures||Rate|
|Winter wheat||1.2 l|
|Spring wheat||1.2 l|
|Spring barley||1.2 l|