Agrisolutions Commit ATZ Lite Herbicide

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Directions For Use
It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. DO NOT apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your state or tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulation.
Before using this product, you must consult the Atrazine Watershed Information Center (AWIC) to determine whether the use of this product is prohibited in your watershed. AWIC can be accessed through or 1-866-365-3014. If use of this product is prohibited in your watershed, you may return this product to your point of purchase or contact BASF Corporation for a refund. Unless otherwise directed in supplemental labeling, all applicable directions, restrictions, precautions and Conditions of Sale and Warranty are to be followed. This label must be in the user's possession during application.

General Information G-Max Lite herbicide is a selective preemergence herbicide for controlling most annual grasses, many annual broadleaf weeds and sedges in field corn, popcorn, seed corn, sweet corn, and grain sorghum (refer to Table 1. Weeds Controlled). Weeds Controlled Some weed species have triazine-resistant biotypes that will not be controlled adequately by this product. If resistant biotypes are suspected, use an alternate program or use nontriazine products such as Clarity«' herbicide or Prowl herbicide in combination with G-Max Lite, or use Distinct herbicide or Status herbicide sequentially.

Mode of Action
G-Max Lite contains two active ingredients: dimethenamid-P, as an inhibitor of cell division, Group 15; and atrazine, an inhibitor of photosynthesis at photo system "Site A, Group 5. G-Max Lite typically controls weeds before or soon after they emerge from the soil.

Application Instructions
Apply G-Max Lite preplant surface, preplant incorporated, preemergence, or early postemergence to corn or sorghum. G-Max Lite will provide most effective weed control when applied (by ground or aerial equipment) and subsequently incorporated into soil by rainfall, sprinkler irrigation, or mechanical tillage prior to weed seedling emergence from soil. Apply G-Max Lite with either water or fluid fertilizer as the spray carrier, or impregnated onto and applied with dry bulk fertilizer. Sprayable fluid fertilizer as a carrier is not recommended for use after crop emergence unless the typical fertilizer burn symptoms on the crop are acceptable. Refer to Additives section for more information.

Application Rate
Use rates for G-Max Lite when used C)lone, in tank mix, or in sequential applications are given in Table 2 (refer to
General Tank Mixing Information and Crop-specific
Information sections for more details). Use rates of this '\ product vary by soil texture and organic matter. Soil texture groupings used in this label are coarse (sand, loamy sand, sandy loam), medium (silt, silt loam, loam, sandy clay loam), and fine (sandy clay, silty clay, silty clay loam, clay loam, and clay).

General Tank Mixing Information
G-Max Lite herbicide may be tank mixed with one or more herbicide products according to the crop-specific tank mixing instructions in this label and respective product labels. Refer to Crop-specific Information to determine which tank mix products can be applied to specific crops.
Physical incompatibility, reduced weed control, or crop injury may result from mixing G-Max Lite with other pesticides (fungicides, herbicides, insecticides, or miticides), additives, or fertilizers. BASF does not recommend using tank mixes other than those listed on BASF labeling. Local agricultural authorities may be a source of information when using other than BASF-recommended tank mixes. . Compatibility Test for Mix Components Before mixing components, always perform a compatibility jar test.
For 20 gallons per acre spray volume, use 3.3 cups (800 mL) of water. For other spray volumes, adjust rates accordingly. Only use water from the intended source at the source temperature.
Add components in the sequence indicated in the Mixing Order using 2 teaspoons for each pound or 1 teaspoon for eath pint of specified label rate per acre. Always cap the jar and invert 10 cycles between component additions.
When the components have all been added to the jar, let the solution stand for 15 minutes. Evaluate the solution for
uniformity and stability. The spray solution should not have free oil on the surface, or fine particles that precipitate to the bottom, or thick (clabbered) texture. If the spray solution is not compatible, repeat the compatibility test with the addition of a suitable compatibility agent. If the solution is then compatible, use the compatibility agent as directed on its label. If the solution is still incompatible, DO NOT mix the ingredients in the same tank.

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