CANOPY herbicide is a dispersible granule formulation to be mixed with water and sprayed for selective burndown and residual weed control in soybeans. When applied according to the instructions on this label, it will control many broadleaf weeds and provide partial control of nutsedge and annual grasses. Residual applications of CANOPY require rainfall or sprinkler irrigation to activate the herbicide. Degree of control and duration of effect depend on: rate used, weed spectrum, growing conditions at and following time of treatment, soil pH, texture, organic matter, moisture and precipitation. Best residual control is obtained if CANOPY is applied to moist soil and followed by rainfall or irrigation (~1”) before weeds germinate. Several small rainfalls of less than 1/4” each are not as beneficial as one large rainfall of 1/2-1”. On dry soil, more moisture is required for activation (1-2”) before weed emergence. If moisture is insufficient to activate the herbicide, a rotary hoeing or shallow cultivation should be made after emergence of the crop while weeds are small enough to be controlled by mechanical means.
FOR USE ON SOYBEANS ONLY
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system. Do not graze treated fields or harvest for orage or hay.
Low pressure and high volume hand wand equipment is prohibited.
Single Application: Do not apply a full rate of CANOPY more than once per soybean cropping cycle.
Split Application: Two applications totaling the fully labeled CANOPY rate may be made per soybean cropping cycle. Do not exceed the full labeled rate for the geography.
APPLICATION INFORMATION – ALL USES
Geographic Use Regions
The geographical use regions for DuPont CANOPY are defined below:
Central Region: The states of Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa (fields east of State Route 63 or south of I-80), Kansas, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri (except the Bootheel), Nebraska (fields south of Route 30 and east of Route 281), New Jersey, New York (fields south of I-90), Ohio, Pennsylvania , Virginia, West Virginia and Wisconsin (fields south of I-90 between Lacrosse and Madison and fields south of I-94 between Madison and Milwaukee).
• On soils with a composite pH greater than 7.0, do not exceed 2.25 oz/acre CANOPY.
• In the states of Michigan, New York, and Wisconsin, do not use the 2.25 oz/acre rate on soils where the composite pH exceeds 7.6.
• In the states of New York and Wisconsin, do not exceed 2.25 oz/acre per season. CANOPY may be used on fields which are composite pH 7.0 or less, but which may contain isolated areas where the pH exceeds 7.0. Use of CANOPY at rates exceeding 2.25 oz/acre on soils which exceed composite pH 7.0 may result in unacceptable injury to the following crop.
Southern Region: The states of Alabama (except the “Black Belt” where soil pH must be less than 7.0), Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri (Bootheel region only), Mississippi (except the “Black Belt” where soil pH must be less than 7.0), North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee and Texas (fields east of Route 183). • On soils with a composite pH greater than 7.0 do not exceed 3.5 oz/acre CANOPY.
• Do not apply to Black Belt Soils of Alabama and Mississippi with a soil pH greater than 7.0 or history of nutrient deficiency such as iron chlorosis, as injury may occur.
• Injury to soybeans may occur if CANOPY is used on soils having a calcareous surface layer or pH greater than 7.5.
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