Curbit EC 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.

Poor weed control and/or crop injury may result if directions are not followed. Uneven application or over-application can result in erraticweed control or injury to the treated or rotational crops.
Do not graze or forage crop grown in treated soil or cut for hay or silage.
Do not apply Curbit EC Herbicide to soils which are wet, cloddy, or subject to prolonged periods of flooding because poor weed control or crop injury may result.
Do not apply to any area not specified on the label.

If replanting is required, replant only crops listed on this or other ethalfluralin labels.

Sugar Beets or Red Beets
Do not plant sugar beets or red beets within 13 months following an application of 3.0 pints or more per acre of Curbit EC Herbicide.
Where less than 3.0 pints of Curbit EC Herbicide have been applied, sugar beets or red beets may be planted 8 months after an application of Curbit EC Herbicide, if the Curbit EC Herbicide treated soil is moldboard plowed to a depth of a least 12 inches prior to planting.
Spinach or Oats
In California, Arizona, and Texas, do not plant spinach or oats within 8 months following an application of 3.0 pints per acre or more of Curbit EC Herbicide.

Do not incorporate Curbit EC Herbicide prior to planting as crop loss will occur. Do not use Curbit EC Herbicide under or over row covers, hot caps, plastic mulches, or other plant covers as severe crop injury will occur. Do not make broadcast application to transplants. Do not plant in a furrow.
Under cool temperature conditions that can delay early seedling emergence or growth, Curbit EC Herbicide can cause plant injury or crop failure. Be especially cautious during first planting of the season when this condition is likely to occur

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