Canada

Tricor Mx

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United Phosphorus - herbicide
31720

For Refillable Container (PrecisionPac):
GENERAL INFORMATION: The NET CONTENTS of this container is actually greater than 454 kg. The unit will only disperse up to the purchase quantity of 454 kg, leaving a small amount in the container. This amount is necessary to ensure accurate metering of purchased product down to the last kilogram.
This container and all attached or associated equipment are the property of United Phosphorus, Inc. 630 Freedom Business Center, Suite 402, King of Prussia, PA 19406, USA. This unit is designed for recycle and refill. Your cooperation in this reusable packaging program will contribute to a cleaner environment and assure that this convenient packaging continues to be available.
1. After use, return the container to the point of purchase or designated locations.
2. This container must only be refilled with TriCor Mx Herbicide.
3. Do not reuse container for other purposes.
4. Prior to refilling inspect thoroughly for damage.
5. Check for leaks after refilling and before transportation.
6. Do not refill or transport damaged or leaking containers.
7. If the container is not being refilled, return to the point of purchase.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

MIXING AND SPRAYING INSTRUCTIONS
It is essential that the sprayer be properly calibrated before making application.
Spray Pressure - 150 to 275 kPa
Spray Volume - refer to appropriate crop section for water volume.
Use screens no finer than 0.3 mm (50 mesh) in nozzle and in-line strainers (felt filters, or smaller screens will become clogged). A 16 mesh screen is recommended for the filter on the inlet side of the pump.
Nozzle tips should be no finer than 6502, 8002 or TK 2.
Do not use airblast or other high pressure spray equipment to apply TriCor Mx Herbicide.
VIGOROUS, CONTINUOUS AGITATION IS ESSENTIAL FOR PROPER MIXING THROUGHOUT FILLING AND SPRAYING OPERATIONS. Return line agitation is not sufficient. Sparge tube, jet or mechanical agitation is required. Agitation should be sufficient to create a rippling or rolling action on the surface. A pump must be of sufficient capacity to provide adequate volume through the by-pass and/or jet agitation system to provide sufficient agitation even while the booms are operating.
The sprayer should be checked frequently during application to be sure it is working properly and delivering a uniform spray pattern.
Avoid over-laps that will increase dosages above those recommended.
DO NOT APPLY BY AIR.

Before mixing TriCor Mx Herbicide and its labeled tank-mixtures, examine the spray equipment making sure it is completely clean and free of rust or corrosion. To ensure the equipment is free of any residues from previously used pesticides, flush lines with clean water or recommended detergents. Use an approved method for disposing of rinse water.
Refer to the other product label for pertinent recommendations regarding mixing procedures. The proper mixing sequence for TriCor Mx Herbicide and recommended tank-mixtures is as follows:
1. Fill the spray tank or nurse tank 1/4 full with water.
2. Start recirculation and agitation system and continue throughout mixing and application.
3. Add recommended amount of TriCor Mx Herbicide.
4. If tank-mixing with wettable powders or other dry flowable products refer to these product labels for specific mixing instructions.
5. Fill the spray tank with water to the desired level.
6. If tank-mixing with emulsifiable concentrates or soluble products, add these products near end of filling the spray tank.
7. Continue agitation during transport and application until the spray tank is empty.

TriCor Mx Herbicide and all registered mixtures should be kept agitated once mixed and then sprayed out immediately. Do not allow mixtures to stand for prolonged periods of time. Water quality, pH, temperature and/or other components of the mixture may affect how long the mixture can stand before application.

NOTE: If spraying and agitation is stopped before the spray tank is empty, the suspended material will settle to the bottom of the tank. When spraying must be interrupted, it is recommended to maintain agitation until spraying resumes. If agitation must be stopped before the spray tank is empty, follow these steps to resume spraying:
1. Remove main filter.
2. Mechanically mix spray solution (i.e., paddle) prior to restarting pump. Ensure that loose sediment is moved out to the sump area.
3. Start agitation on full.
4. Paddle corners of the tank.
5. Reinstall main filter.
At the end of each spray day, rinse out the tank and sprayer lines with water.

Do not enter or allow re-entry into treated areas until 12 hours after application. Exception: If the product is soil injected or soil-incorporated, workers may enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated.
It is recommended that this product not be applied in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only handlers wearing personal protective equipment may be in the area during application.

SPRAY DRIFT MANAGEMENT
Field sprayer application: DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm or when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) medium classification.

BUFFER ZONES

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, woodlots, hedgerows, pastures, rangelands, and shrublands), sensitive freshwater habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs, and wetlands), and estuarine/marine habitats.
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.

RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT RECOMMENDATIONS
For resistance management, TriCor Mx Herbicide is a Group 5 Herbicide. Any weed population may contain or develop plants naturally resistant to TriCor Mx Herbicide and other Group 5 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 TriCor Mx Herbicide or other Group 5 herbicides within a growing season (sequence) or among growing seasons 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. To delay resistance, the less resistance-prone partner should control the target weed(s) as effectively as the more resistance-prone partner.
Herbicide use should be based on an integrated weed management program that includes scouting, historical information related to herbicide use and crop rotation, and considers tillage (or other mechanical control methods), cultural (for example, higher crop seeding rates; precision fertilizer application method and timing to favour the crop and not the weeds), biological (weed-competitive crops or varieties) and other management practices.
Monitor weed populations after herbicide application for signs of resistance development (for example, only one weed species on the herbicide label not controlled). If resistance is suspected, prevent weed seed production in the affected area if possible by an alternative herbicide from a different group. Prevent movement of resistant weed seeds to other fields by cleaning harvesting and tillage equipment when moving between fields, and planting clean seed.
Have suspected resistant weed seeds tested by a qualified laboratory to confirm resistance and identify alternative herbicide options.
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 the United Phosphorus, Inc. at 1-800-438-6071.

EASTERN CANADA USES

CROP INFORMATION AND RESTRICTIONS
TriCor Mx Herbicide provides selective weed control in:
CANADA EAST
Soybeans
TriCor Mx Herbicide may injure rotational crops:
Rotation crops such as onions, celery, peppers, cole crops, lettuce and spinach, sugar beets, table beets and turnips, pumpkin and squash, cucumbers and melons, tobacco, and non-triazine tolerant canola (rapeseed) are sensitive to TriCor Mx Herbicide and may be injured if planted in soil treated with TriCor Mx Herbicide during the year of application or the following crop year.
Fall seeded or cover crops such as wheat, oats, and rye may be injured when seeded within the same season as the application of TriCor Mx Herbicide.

SOIL TYPES AND RESTRICTIONS
The recommended use rates of TriCor Mx Herbicide are dependent upon soil texture and organic matter content of the soil being treated. Rate tables in this label refer to the following three soil texture groups: coarse, medium and fine. If you are not sure how to classify your soil, contact your UPI representative, Soils & Crops Advisor, or other knowledgeable person.
On variable soils with coarse sandy areas, some crop injury may occur on the sandy areas if the rate used is for the finer soil type.
Sandy loam and silty clay loam soils are transitional soils and may be classified as medium textured soils in some regions.
Do not use this product on MUCK soils. If TriCor Mx Herbicide is applied to MUCK soils, subsequent crops may be injured.
Do not use on coarse soils with less than 2% organic matter.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
PREPLANT SURFACE OR BURN-DOWN:
In conservation tillage, minimum-tillage, ridge-tillage, strip-tillage, or no-tillage crop production systems.
TriCor Mx Herbicide alone or in combination with recommended tank-mixes may be applied as a broadcast spray up to 30 days before planting.
If possible, do not move treated soil out of the row or move untreated soil to the soil surface during planting, as weed control may be reduced.
Rainfall and/or overhead sprinkler irrigation is necessary to move TriCor Mx Herbicide into the upper soil surface where weed seeds germinate.

PREPLANT INCORPORATION:
Refer to the tank-mix partner label for proper incorporation instructions.
Avoid deep incorporation since reduced weed control and/or crop injury may result.
Incorporate with implements which provide uniform, shallow incorporation (example: finishing disk, harrow, rolling cultivator, etc.).
a single incorporation is satisfactory, however a second incorporation will generally improve herbicide soil blending and improves weed control (particularly on coarse soils).

PREEMERGENCE APPLICATION:
TriCor Mx Herbicide alone, or in the recommended tank-mixes, may be applied to the soil surface as a broadcast spray after planting of the crop, but prior to weed or crop emergence.
Preemergence application may be made in all tillage systems (conventional, conservation, minimum, ridge, etc.).
Rainfall and/or overhead sprinkler irrigation is necessary to move TriCor Mx Herbicide into the upper soil surface where weed seeds germinate.
If adequate moisture is not received within 7 to 10 days after application and weeds begin to emerge from the soil, a light rotary hoeing or shallow incorporation (no deeper than 1.25 cm deep) will improve performance, minimize crop damage, activate chemical and prevent soil crusting.
Dry weather conditions as well as excessive rainfall or irrigation following application may reduce weed control.
Do not apply heavy irrigation immediately after application.

EARLY POSTEMERGENCE APPLICATION:
Do not tank-mix with liquid fertilizers, oils, oil concentrates, or surfactants when applying postemergence because severe crop injury may occur.
Do not harvest within 60 days of postemergence application unless otherwise indicated.
Thorough spray coverage on weed foliage is essential for adequate control with postemergent applications.

BAND APPLICATION:
If a band application is desired, the chemical may be applied preemergence and postemergence as described above by using proportionally less TriCor Mx Herbicide per hectare:
Band width in centimetres x Broadcast rate/ha = Band rate/ha
Row width in centimetres
Weeds between treated bands should be removed by cultivating, as needed, using protective fenders to keep freshly turned soil off treated bands.

SOYBEANS - EASTERN CANADA
Apply specified dosage as preemergence broadcast spray in 150 to 300 L of water per hectare and as preplant incorporated in at least 100 L of water per hectare.
Applications of TriCor Mx Herbicide made at rates above those recommended may result in burning, yellowing or stunting of the crop. If heavy rains occur soon after application, plant injury may result, especially in poorly drained areas where water may stand for several days. Soybean seeds must be planted at least 4 cm below the soil surface.
VARIETIES: Do not use TriCor Mx Herbicide on AC Brant, Apache, Baron, Eramosa, Maple Amber, Maple Ridge, IA 1003 or S-240. Consult your UPI representative, chemical dealer, or your seed supplier for information on the tolerance of soybean varieties, prior to TriCor Mx Herbicide use.
DO NOT USE TriCor Mx Herbicide ON SANDY SOILS OR ON COARSE SOILS WITH LESS THAN 2% ORGANIC MATTER.
Do not apply more than once per season regardless of method of application.

TRICOR Mx HERBICIDE IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER HERBICIDES
Refer to the other product label for pertinent recommendations, directions for use, restrictions, precautions and any additional weeds not specified on this label. Unless prohibited on this or other product labels, apply as a broadcast or band application.

WESTERN CANADA USES

CROP INFORMATION AND RESTRICTIONS

TriCor Mx Herbicide provides selective weed control in:
CANADA WEST
Soybeans
TriCor Mx Herbicide may injure the following rotational crops:
Rotation crops such as onions, celery, peppers, cole crops, lettuce and spinach, sugar beets, table beets and turnips, pumpkin and squash, cucumbers and melons, tobacco, and non-triazine tolerant canola (rapeseed) are sensitive to TriCor Mx Herbicide and may be injured if planted in soil treated with TriCor Mx Herbicide during the year of application or the following crop year.
Fall seeded or cover crops such as wheat, oats, and rye may be injured when seeded within the same season as the application of TriCor Mx Herbicide.

WEEDS CONTROLLED

NOTE: TRICOR Mx HERBICIDE DOES NOT CONTROL TRIAZINE RESISTANT WEED BIOTYPES AND TREFLAN E.C. HERBICIDE, AND RIVAL HERBICIDE DO NOT CONTROL TRIFLURALIN RESISTANT WEED BIOTYPES.

Soybeans (Preplant Incorporated with Treflan E.C. Herbicide)
Annual blue grass, Barnyard grass, Brome grass, Cheat grass, Goose grass, Green foxtail, Persian darnel, Stink grass, Wild oats, Yellow foxtail
Carpetweed, Chickweed, Cow cockle, Green smartweed, Hempnettle, Knotweed, Lady’s-thumb, Lamb’s-quarter, Purslane, Redroot pigweed, Russian Thistle, Shepherd’s purse, Stinkweed, Volunteer non-triazine tolerant canola, Wild buckwheat, Wild mustard

SOIL TYPES AND RESTRICTIONS
The recommended use rates of TRICOR Mx Herbicide are dependent upon soil texture and organic matter content of the soil being treated. Rate tables in this label refer to the following three soil texture groups: coarse, medium, and fine.
If you are not sure how to classify your soil, contact your United Phosphorus, Inc. representative, Soils & Crops Advisor, or other knowledgeable person.
On variable soils with coarse sandy areas, some crop injury may occur on the sandy areas if the rate used is for the finer soil type.
Sandy loam and silty clay loam soils are transitional soils and may be classified as medium textured soils in some regions.
Do not use this product on MUCK soils. If TRICOR Mx Herbicide is applied to MUCK soils, subsequent crops may be injured.
Do not use on coarse soils with less than 2% organic matter.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

PREPLANT INCORPORATION (FALL AND SPRING APPLICATIONS)
Cultivate to destroy existing weeds before TriCor Mx Herbicide plus tank-mix partner application. When applying to stubble field, chop and thoroughly mix crop residue into soil to a depth of 10-15 cm. Disc type implements provide the best results. To avoid concentration of wild oat seed below the treated layer, do not plow (moldboard).
TriCor Mx Herbicide tank-mixes may be applied as a broadcast spray and incorporated into the soil in two different directions (see table below for specific instructions).
TriCor Mx Herbicide in combination with recommended tank-mix may be applied in the spring or the fall. First incorporation must be done within 24 hours after application. For fall application, the second incorporation may be done in the spring at the time of seedbed preparation. It is preferred to do both incorporations in the fall followed by shallow tillage (disc or vibrashank cultivator operated at 5-8 cm deep) in the spring prior to planting.
Incorporation with implements set to cut less than 8 cm deep or more than 10 cm deep may result in erratic weed control or crop damage.
Uneven application or improper incorporation of TriCor 75 DF Herbicide and tank-mix partner can result in erratic weed control or crop injury depending on rate used.
Stress conditions such as seedling disease, cold weather, deep planting, excessive moisture, high salt concentration, or drought may weaken seedlings and increase the possibility of crop damage from the Herbicides. Temporary lightening in colour may occur on the margin of leaves or cotyledons and a slight delay in crop development may be observed. This is quickly outgrown and usually has no lasting effect.

POSTEMERGENCE APPLICATION
Crop must be planted at least 5 cm below the soil surface.
Do not use in crop underseeded with forage.
Do not apply more than once per season.
Do not tank-mix with other pesticides, wetting agents, or surfactants.
To improve coverage the spray boom may be rotated forward by 45°.
Activity on weeds may not be noticeable for 7 to 10 days after application.
TriCor Mx Herbicide may be applied when crop is wet with dew, but weed control may be reduced if there is rainfall within 6 hours after application.
Temporary (7-10 days) lightening in crop colour and occasional slight reduction in crop height may be observed, especially if frost or abnormally high temperatures occur within 1 to 2 days of application. If frost occurs, allow 4 to 5 days for crop to recover before applying TriCor Mx Herbicide.
Activity on weeds and crop tolerance may be reduced if TriCor Mx Herbicide is applied later than specified crop stages.
Allow a 4 to 5 day interval between application of TriCor Mx Herbicide and other pesticides such as wild oat Herbicides.

SOYBEANS -WESTERN CANADA

Apply specified dosage as preplant incorporated in at least 100 L of water per hectare.
VARIETIES: Do not use TriCor Mx Herbicide on AC Brant, Apache, Baron, OAC Eramosa, Maple Amber, Maple Ridge, IA 1003 or S-240. Consult your United Phosphorus, Inc. representative, chemical dealer, or your seed supplier for information on the tolerance of soybean varieties, prior to TriCor Mx Herbicide use.
Seedling disease, cold weather, deep planting, excessive moisture, high soil pH (above 7.5), high salt concentration, or drought may weaken soybean seedlings and increase the possibility of damage from TriCor Mx Herbicide and Treflan E.C. Herbicide. Under these conditions, delayed crop development or reduced yield may result.

TRICOR Mx HERBICIDE IN COMBINATION WITH OTHER HERBICIDES

Refer to the other product label for pertinent recommendations, directions for use, restrictions, precautions and any additional weeds not specified on this label. Unless prohibited on this or other product labels, apply as a broadcast or band application.

Effective
Crops
Soybeans
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
550 - 1500
Preharvest Interval
60