Odyssey Ultra B

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For Weed Control in Field Peas, Clearfield Lentils (1) , Clearfield Canola (1) , Faba Beans and Soybeans 

1. Store in original, tightly-closed container and do not allow water to be introduced into this container.
2. Do not ship or store near food, feed, seed or fertilizers.
3. Store in a cool, dry, locked, well-ventilated area without floor drain.
4. Herbicides should be shipped or stored separately from other pesticides to avoid crosscontamination.

Do not reuse this container for any purpose. This is a recyclable container, and is to be disposed of at a container collection site. Contact your local distributor/dealer or municipality for the location of the nearest collection site. Before taking the container to the collection site:
1. Triple- or pressure-rinse the empty container. Add the rinsings to the spray mixture in the tank.
2. Make the empty, rinsed container unsuitable for further use. If there is no container collection site in your area, dispose of the container in accordance with provincial requirements.
For information on disposal of unused, unwanted product, contact the manufacturer or the provincial regulatory agency.
Contact the manufacturer and the provincial regulatory agency in case of a spill, and for clean-up of spills.

ODYSSEY ULTRA Herbicide Tank-Mix is a selective herbicide that can be applied as an early post-emergence treatment in field peas, Clearfield Lentils (1) , Clearfield Canola (1), faba beans and soybeans.
Apply only when the potential for drift to areas of human habitation or areas of human activity (houses, cottages, schools and recreational areas) is minimal. Take into consideration wind speed, wind direction, temperature inversion, application equipment and sprayer settings.
When grasses are stressed due to drought, flooding, hot or prolonged cool temperatures (15 C or less), control can be reduced or delayed since grasses are not actively growing. Grass escapes or retillering may occur under prolonged stress conditions or low fertility. Do not make applications to grasses stressed longer than 20 days due to lack of moisture, as unsatisfactory control can result.
Thorough preplant tillage operations are required for fields where sod or forage grass crops may have grown in the previous year.

Use 50-100 L/ha of water. Use a 50-mesh (or coarser) filter screen. Fill the spray tank threequarters full with water. Add the required amount of ODYSSEY ULTRA A soluble bag(s) directly into the sprayer through the tank opening. Agitate for at least ten minutes to dissolve the herbicide. After the herbicide is dissolved, use a separate calibrated measuring device to add the required amount of ODYSSEY ULTRA B while agitating the spray solution. If required, add the necessary amount of POAST ULTRA Liquid Emulsifiable Herbicide. Continue agitation while adding the required amount of MERGE Adjuvant. 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 ODYSSEY ULTRA Herbicide Tank-Mix, check in-line and nozzle screens and rinse and clean if necessary. Upon completion of spraying ODYSSEY ULTRA Herbicide Tank-Mix, thoroughly flush tank, boom, hoses and in-line and nozzle screens with clean water to avoid possible injury to other crops. 

There is the possibility of residual soil activity for ODYSSEY ULTRA A the year following application. 
Research studies have shown that the following crops may be safely planted the year following ODYSSEY ULTRA A application: 
Field corn 
Field peas Clearfield Canola (1) (canola varieties with the Clearfield trait) 
Clearfield Lentils (1) (lentil varieties with the Clearfield trait) 
Spring wheat 
Durum wheat 
Tame oats 
Canary seed 
Spring barley 
Research studies have shown that flax, canola and sunflower may be safely planted 2 years following an ODYSSEY ULTRA A application in all regions of Western Canada except the Peace River Region of Alberta and British Columbia. In the Peace River Region, observe a minimum 34 months recropping interval for non-Clearfield canola, flax and non-Clearfield sunflower, and perform a field bio-assay the year prior to planting to confirm normal growth of the crops. If the crops show signs of injury, delay planting by an additional year and perform an additional field bio-assay the following year. 
WARNING: Certain environmental conditions may delay the breakdown of herbicide residues in soil. These conditions include but are not limited to drought, extremes in soil pH and excessive cold. Under these conditions, the level of phytotoxic herbicide residues present in the field the season following an application may result in an increased potential for injury to succeeding crops to occur. This potential for increased residues under these environmental conditions is not unique to any specific herbicide or herbicide group but is a property of those herbicides which persist in the soil and are dependent on soil microbial activity and other nonmicrobial processes (e.g. hydrolysis) to breakdown. 
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.

(1) Methods of growing plants which are resistant to certain acetohydroxyacid synthase (AHAS) herbicides are protected by Canadian Patent No. 1341465. Other applicable patents include Canadian Patent Application No. 2447445. The use of this product in the practice of patented methods could constitute patent infringement. Further information can be obtained by contacting BASF Canada at 1-877-371-2273.

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