Caparol 4L is a selective herbicide that may be applied either before or after weeds emerge for control of most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses, including groundcherry, lambsquarters, annual morningglory, malva, mustard, black nightshade, pigweed (carelessweed), purslane, Florida pusley, ragweed, smartweed, teaweed (prickly sida), barnyardgrass (watergrass), crabgrass, foxtail, goosegrass, junglerice, Panicum spp., signalgrass (and other Brachiaria spp.), and wild oats. Caparol 4L also controls shallow-germinating seedlings of cocklebur, coffeeweed, and sandbur. Caparol 4L will also provide partial control of spurred anoda (cottonweed), rough blackfoot (ironweed, cluster flaveria), and prairie sunflower in NM and western TX. Caparol 4L does not control johnsongrass, bermudagrass, other established perennials, or sprangletop at selective rates.
When applied before weeds emerge, Caparol 4L enters weeds through their roots. Thus, its effectiveness depends on moisture to move it into the soil. Under very dry soil conditions after application, a shallow cultivation or rotary hoeing will generally result in better weed control.
When applied to emerged weeds, Caparol 4L provides foliar knockdown and/or residual control of later germinating weeds, depending on the rate applied.
Important: Always read and follow label instructions when buying or using this product.
|Registered for cultures||Rate||Preharvest Interval|
|Carrots||2 - 4 pt||30|
|Cilantro||2 - 3.2 pt||30|
|Celery||1.6 - 3.2 pt|
|Finocchio, florence fennel||1.6 - 3.2 pt|
|Okra||1.5 - 3 pt||14|
|Parsley||1 - 4 pt||14|
|Pigeon peas||4 pt||14|
|Rhubarbs||2 - 4 pt||40|