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Dow AgroSciences - Herbicide
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Product Information
Duramax® herbicide is a postemergence, systemic herbicide with no soil residual activity. This product is generally non-selective and gives broad spectrum control of many annual weeds, perennial weeds, woody brush and trees. It is formulated as a water soluble liquid. It may be applied through most standard industrial or field type sprayers after dilution and thorough mixing with water or other carriers according to label instructions.

When applied as specified and under the conditions described, this product controls annual and perennial weeds listed in the label booklet.

Do not add surfactants, additives containing surfactants, buffering agents, or pH adjusting agents to the spray solution when this product is the only pesticide being applied. Ammonium sulfate, drift control additives, or dyes and colorants may be used. See Mixing Directions section of this label for instructions.

Time to Symptoms: The active ingredient in this product moves through the plant from the point of foliage contact to and into the root system. Visible effects are a gradual wilting and yellowing of the plant that advances to complete browning of above ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts. Visible effects on most annual weeds occur within 2 to 4 days, but on most perennial weeds visible effects may not occur for 7 days or more. Extremely cool or cloudy weather following treatment may slow activity of this product and delay development of visual symptoms.

Stage of Weeds: Annual weeds are easiest to control when they are small. Best control of most perennial weeds is obtained when treatment is made at late growth stages approaching maturity. Refer to the annual, perennial, woody brush and trees rate tables for specific weeds. Always use the higher rate within the rate range for heavy or dense weed growth or when weeds are growing in an undisturbed (non-cultivated) area. When treating weeds with disease or insect damage, weeds heavily covered with dust, or weeds under poor growing conditions, reduced weed control may result.

Cultural Considerations: Reduced control may result when applications are made to annual or perennial weeds that have been mowed, grazed, or cut, and have not been allowed to regrow to the specified stage for treatment.

Rainfastness: Heavy rainfall soon after application may wash off this product from the foliage and a repeat application may be required for adequate control.

Spray Coverage: For best results, spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray weed foliage to the point of runoff.

Mode of Action: The active ingredient in this product inhibits an enzyme. This enzyme is found only in plants and microorganisms that are essential to forming specific amino acids.

No Soil Activity: Weeds must be emerged at the time of application to be controlled by this product. Weeds germinating from seed after application will not be controlled. Unemerged plants arising from unattached underground rhizomes or rootstocks of perennials will not be affected by the herbicide and will continue to grow.

Biological Degradation: Degradation of this product is primarily a biological process carried out by soil microbes.

Maximum Application Rates: The maximum application rates specified in this label are given in units of volume, either fluid ounces, pints or quarts, of this product per acre. The maximum allowed application rates apply to this product combined with the use of any and all other glyphosate-containing herbicides, either applied separately or in a tank mix, on the basis of total pounds of glyphosate (acid equivalents) per acre. If more than one glyphosate-containing product is applied to the same site within the same year, ensure that the total of pounds acid equivalent gyphosate does not exceed the maximum allowed.

Do not apply more than 6 quarts (6 lb glyphosate acid) of this product per acre per year for all crops listed in this label. Do not apply more than 8 quarts (8 lb glyphosate acid) of this product per acre per year for all noncrop sites, and all tree and vine crops listed in this label.

Herbicide Resistance Management
Glyphosate, the active ingredient in this product, is a group 9 herbicide (inhibitor of EPSP synthase). Some naturally occurring weed biotypes that are tolerant (resistant) to glyphosate may exist due to genetic variability in a weed population. Where resistant biotypes exist, the repeated use of herbicides with the same mode of action can lead to the selection for resistant weeds. Certain agronomic practices reduce the likelihood that resistant weed populations will develop, and can be utilized to manage weed resistance once it occurs.

To delay the selection for glyphosate resistant weeds, use the following practices:
- Scout fields before and after application.
- Start with a clean field by applying a burndown herbicide or by tillage.
- Control weeds early when they are small.
- Add other herbicides, such as a selective and/or a residual herbicide, and cultural practices, such as tillage or crop rotation, where appropriate. 3 Specimen Label Revised 08-28-14
- Rotating to other Roundup Ready crops is one method for adding other herbicides into a continuous Roundup Ready system.
- Use the application rate for the most difficult to control weed in the field. Do not tank mix with other herbicides that reduce this product’s efficacy through antagonism or with ones that encourage application rates of this product below those specified on this label.
- Control weed escapes and prevent weeds from setting seeds.
- Before moving from one field to another, clean equipment to minimize the spread of weed seeds or plant parts.
- Use new commercial seed that is as free of weed seed as possible.
- Report any incidence of repeated non-performance of this product against a particular weed species to the local retailer, county extension agent, or Dow AgroSciences representative.

The following good agronomic practices are recommended to reduce the spread of confirmed glyphosate-resistant biotypes:
- Tank mix this product or apply it sequentially with an appropriately labeled herbicide with a different mode of action to achieve control if a naturally occurring resistant biotype is present in the field.
- Cultural and mechanical control practices, such as crop rotation or tillage, may also be used.
- Rotating to other Roundup Ready crops is one method for adding other herbicides into a continuous Roundup Ready system.
- To control weed escapes, including resistant biotypes, before they set seed, scout treated fields after applying this product.
- Thoroughly clean equipment before leaving any field known to contain resistant biotypes.

Because the presence of glyphosate resistance in weed populations is difficult to detect prior to use, Dow AgroSciences accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of this product to control glyphosate-resistant weeds.

Because the presence of glyphosate resistance in weed populations is difficult to detect prior to use, Dow AgroSciences accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of this product to control glyphosate-resistant weeds.

Preemergence: To control other emerged weeds, apply this product in a tank mix with a preemergence herbicide labeled for control of ryegrass.

Preemergence and Postemergence: To control other emerged weeds, apply this product in a tank mix with a residual preemergence herbicide and a postemergence herbicide (other than glyphosate) labeled for control of ryegrass. Apply before ryegrass is more than 4 inches in height.

Postemergence: To control other emerged weeds, apply this product in a tank mix with another postemergence herbicide labeled for control of ryegrass. Apply before ryegrass is more than 4 inches in height.

Not all herbicides are registered in each state or for all use sites (orchards, noncrop areas, or ditch banks) or crops for the management of ryegrass. When using this product in a tank mix, refer to each product’s label and observe the most restrictive label’s precautions and limitations.

Mixing Directions
Use only clean, stainless steel, fiberglass, plastic or plastic-lined steel containers to mix, store and apply spray solutions of this product. Do not mix, store or apply this product or spray solutions of this product in galvanized steel or unlined steel, except stainless steel, containers or spray tanks.
Eliminate any risk of siphoning the contents of the tank mix back into the carrier source while mixing. Use approved anti-back-siphoning devices where required by state or local regulations. A 50-mesh nozzle screen or line strainer is sufficient to use on the spray equipment.
Clean sprayer parts immediately after using this product by thoroughly flushing with water.

Note: Reduced results may occur if water containing soil is used, such as visibly muddy water or water from ponds and ditches that is not clear.
Duramax – Alone
This product mixes readily with water. Mix spray solutions of this product as follows:
1. Fill the mixing or spray tank with the required amount of clean water.
2. Add the specified amount of this product near the end of the filling process and mix well.
3. During mixing and application, foaming of the spray solution may occur. To prevent or minimize foaming, avoid the use of mechanical agitators, terminate by-pass and return lines at the bottom of the tank and, if needed, use an approved anti-foam or defoaming agent.

Duramax – Tank Mix
This product does not provide residual weed control. For residual weed control or an alternate mode of action, tank mix this product with other herbicides. Read and carefully observe the precautionary statements and all other information appearing on the labels of all herbicides used. Use according to the most restrictive label directions for each product in the mixture.
Under certain conditions, at certain growth stages, and/or under other circumstances, some tank mix products have the potential to cause crop injury. Read all labels for products used in the tank mix prior to using them to determine the potential for crop injury.
Tank mixing with other herbicides, insecticides, fungicides, micronutrients or foliar fertilizers may result in reduced weed control or crop injury. Do not use these products in applications with this product unless otherwise noted in this label. Buyer and all users are responsible for all loss or damage in connection with the use or handling of mixtures of this product with herbicides or other materials that are not expressly specified in this labeling. Mixing this product with herbicides or other materials not specified on this label may result in reduced performance.
The user is responsible for ensuring that the specific application being made is included on the label of the product used in the tank mix when a tank mixture with a generic active ingredient, such as 2,4-D, atrazine, dicamba, diuron, or pendimethalin, is listed in the label.
Read all individual product labels for all products in the tank mix and observe all precautions and restrictions on the label. Use according to the most restrictive directions for each product in the tank mix. Always predetermine the compatibility of all tank mix products, together in the carrier, by mixing small proportional quantities in advance of mixing and applying them to the crop.
For best results, apply tank mixes with this product in a minimum spray volume of 10 gallons per acre (gpa).
For tank mixes of this product:
1. Place a 20- to 35-mesh screen or wetting basket over filling port.
2. Through the screen, fill the spray tank one-half full with water and start agitation.
3. If ammonium sulfate is used, add it slowly into the tank through the screen and continue adding water into the tank through the screen. If dry ammonium sulfate is used, make sure it is completely dissolved in the tank before adding other products.
4. If a wettable powder is used, make a slurry with the water carrier and add it slowly through the screen into the tank. Continue agitation.
5. If a flowable formulation is used, premix one part flowable with one part water. Add diluted mixture slowly through the screen into the tank. Continue agitation.
6. If an emulsifiable concentrate formulation is used, premix one part emulsifiable concentrate with two parts water. Add diluted mixture slowly through the screen into the tank. Continue agitation.
7. Continue filling the spray tank with water and add the required amount of this product near the end of the filling process.
8. If a nonionic surfactant is used, add it to the mix tank before completing the filling process.
9. Add individual formulations to the spray tank in the following order: wettable powder, flowable, emulsifiable concentrate, drift control additive and water soluble liquid.

Maintain good agitation at all times until the contents of the tank are sprayed. If the spray mixture is allowed to settle, thorough agitation is required to resuspend the mixture before spraying is resumed.
Keep by-pass line and return line on or near the bottom of the tank to minimize foaming. Screen size in nozzle or line strainers should be no finer than 50 mesh.

Ammonium Sulfate
Adding 1 to 2 percent dry ammonium sulfate by weight or 8.5 to 17 lb per 100 gallons of water may increase the performance of this product, particularly when tank mixed with certain residual herbicides on annual and perennial weeds. The equivalent rate of ammonium sulfate in a liquid formulation may also be used. Ensure that ammonium sulfate is completely dissolved in the spray tank before adding herbicides. Thoroughly rinse the spray system with clean water after use to reduce corrosion. Note: When using ammonium sulfate, apply this product at rates listed in this label. Lower rates will result in reduced performance.

Nonionic Surfactant
Although not generally required, a surfactant may be added to spray solutions if water carrier volume is more than 30 gpa or the application rate for this product is less than 17 fl oz per acre.
Use nonionic surfactants that are labeled for use with herbicides. Do not reduce rates of this product when adding surfactant. When using additional surfactant, use a surfactant concentration of 0.25 to 0.5 percent (1 to 2 quarts per 100 gallons of spray solution) for surfactants containing at least 70 percent active ingredient, or a surfactant concentration of 1 percent (4 quarts per 100 gallons of spray solution) for surfactants containing less than 70 percent active ingredient. Read and follow the precautionary statements and applicable use directions on the label of the surfactant product.
Do not use surfactant with this product for applications made over the top of Roundup Ready® crops and preharvest to cotton. Do not add buffering agents or pH adjusting agents to the spray solution when this product is the only pesticide used.
Colorants or Dyes
Agriculturally-approved colorants or marking dyes may be added to this product. Colorants or dyes used in spray solutions of this product may reduce performance, especially at lower rates or dilutions. Use colorants or dyes according to the manufacturer’s directions.
Drift Control Additives
Drift control additives may be used with all equipment types, except wiper applicators, sponge bars and CDA equipment. When a drift control additive is used, read and carefully observe the precautionary statements and all other information appearing on the additive label.

Application Equipment and Application Methods
Chemigation:
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
This product may be applied with the following application equipment. Apply spray solutions in properly maintained and calibrated equipment capable of delivering desired volumes.
Aerial:
Fixed wing and helicopter
Ground Broadcast Spray:
Boom or boomless systems, pull-type sprayer, floaters, pick-up sprayers, spray coupes and other ground broadcast equipment.
Handheld and Backpack Equipment: Knapsack and backpack sprayers, pump-up pressure sprayers, handguns, hand wands, mistblowers, lances and other handheld and motorized spray equipment used to direct the spray onto weed foliage. This product is not registered in California or Arizona for use in mistblowers.
Selective Equipment: Shielded and hooded sprayers, wiper applicators and sponge bars.
Injection Systems: Aerial or ground injection sprayers.

Controlled Droplet Applicator (CDA): Handheld or boom-mounted applicators that produce a spray consisting of a narrow range of droplet sizes.

Aerial Equipment in All States Except California and Arkansas Do not apply this product using aerial spray equipment except under conditions as specified within this label.

All applications listed on this product label, unless otherwise prohibited, may be made with aerial application equipment, provided that the applicator complies with all specified precautions and restrictions on this label or any supplemental labeling for this product.
Use the specified rates of this herbicide in 3 to 15 gpa of water unless otherwise specified on this label. Unless otherwise specified, do not use more than 1.5 quarts of this product per acre when applying by air. Refer to the specific use directions of this label for volumes and application rates.
Do not directly apply to any body of water.
Ensure uniform application. To avoid streaked, uneven or overlapped applications, use appropriate marking devices.
Do not allow the herbicide solution to mist, drip, drift or splash onto desirable vegetation. Minute quantities of this product can cause severe damage or destruction to the crop, plants, or other areas on which treatment was not intended.
Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially landing gear, after each day of spraying to remove residues of this product accumulated during spraying or from spills. Prolonged exposure of this product to uncoated steel surfaces may result in corrosion and possible failure of the part. Landing gear components are most susceptible. The maintenance of an organic coating (paint), which meets aerospace specification MIL-C-38413, may prevent corrosion.

Aerial Application in California and Arkansas Only
Use the following guidelines when aerial applications are made near crops or desirable perennial vegetation after bud break and before total leaf drop, and/or near other desirable vegetation or annual crops:
- Do not apply within 100 feet of all desirable vegetation or crop(s).
- If wind up to 5 miles per hour is blowing toward desirable vegetation or crop(s), do not apply within 500 feet of the desirable vegetation or crop(s).
- Winds blowing from 5 to 10 miles per hour toward desirable vegetation or crop(s) may require buffer zones in excess of 500 feet.
- Do not apply when winds are in excess of 10 miles per hour or when inversion conditions exist.

When this product is applied under the conditions described, it controls annual and perennial weeds listed in the label affixed to the container.
Only 2,4-D amine formulations may be used for aerial applications in California. Tank mixes with 2,4-D amine formulations may be applied by air in California for fallow and reduced tillage systems, and for alfalfa and pasture renovation applications only. Do not aerially apply any tank mixes with dicamba in California.

Additional Information for Fresno County, California
Within the boundaries of Fresno County, California, the following information applies only from February 15 through March 31:
North: Fresno County line
South: Fresno County line
East: State Highway 99
West: Fresno County line

Always read and follow the label directions and precautionary statements for all products used in the aerial application. Observe the following directions to minimize off-site movement during aerial applications of this product. Minimizing off-site movement is the responsibility of the grower, pest control advisor and aerial applicator.

Written Directions: A written direction must be submitted by or on behalf of the applicator to the Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner 24 hours prior to application. The written direction must state the proximity of surrounding crops and that conditions of each manufacturer’s product label and this label have been satisfied.

Aerial Applicator Training and Equipment: Aerially applying this product is limited to pilots who have successfully completed a Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner and California Department of Pesticide Regulation approved training program for aerial application of herbicides. All aircraft must be inspected, critiqued in flight and certified at a Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner approved fly-in. To insure that proper rates of herbicides and adjuvants are being applied during commercial use, test and calibrate the spray equipment at appropriate intervals. Demonstration of performance at Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner approved fly-ins constitutes such documentation, or other written records showing calculations and measurement of flight and spray parameters acceptable to the Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner.

Applications at Night: Do not aerially apply this product earlier than 30 minutes prior to sunrise and/or later than 30 minutes after sunset. Doing so requires prior permission from the Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner.

Aerial Application in Arkansas Only
Use the following guidelines when aerial applications are made near crops or desirable vegetation:
- Do not apply within 100 feet of all desirable vegetation or crop(s).
- If wind up to 5 miles per hour is blowing toward desirable vegetation or crop(s), do not apply within 500 feet upwind of the desirable vegetation or crop(s).
- Winds blowing from 5 to 10 miles per hour toward desirable vegetation or crop(s) may require buffer zones in excess of 500 feet.
- Do not apply when winds are in excess of 10 miles per hour or when inversion conditions exist.

Avoid drift. Do not make applications into still air where there is a temperature inversion layer low enough for fine spray particles to become suspended and move outside the target area when the inversion layer moves. Do not apply when winds are gusty or under any other condition that favors drift because it is likely to cause damage to any vegetation that is contacted. Maintain appropriate buffer zones to prevent injury to adjacent desirable vegetation.
Apply this product in 3 to 15 gpa of water. Use a sufficient carrier volume and appropriate equipment that forms droplets large enough to avoid drift. Coarse droplets in the 300 to 500 (VMD) micron range have a lower potential for drift.
Unless a greater height is required for aircraft safety, make applications with the nozzle release point 8 to 15 feet above the top of the target plants. The distance of the outermost boom nozzles must not exceed 75 percent of the length of the wingspan or rotor. Reducing this distance to 65 percent of the length of the wingspan or rotor improves drift control without affecting the swath width.
The discharge from nozzles must always be backward, parallel with the air stream, and never downwards more than 45 degrees on a fixed wing aircraft or forward of the prevailing airflow on rotary winged aircraft. Do not use nozzles with a wide angle discharge.
Do not apply during a low level temperature inversion because fine spray particles could be suspended in still air and then move outside the target area when the inversion layer moves. These conditions can occur when wind speeds are less than 2 mph.
Ground Broadcast Equipment Use the specified rates of this product in 3 to 40 gpa of water as a broadcast spray unless otherwise specified. As density of weeds increases, increase spray volume within the specified range to ensure complete coverage. Carefully select proper nozzles to avoid spraying a fine mist. For best results with ground application equipment, use flat fan nozzles. Check for even distribution of spray droplets.
Handheld and Backpack Equipment Apply to foliage of vegetation to be controlled. For applications made on a spray to wet basis, spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray to the point of runoff. Use coarse sprays only. Refer to the Handheld Sprayers section of this label for specified application rates and application timing.
Apply this product as a spot treatment using handheld equipment only when specifically directed on this label. Any crop that is sprayed with this product will be killed. In order to avoid unwanted crop destruction, be careful to not spray or allow spray to drift outside of the target area.
Selective Equipment This product may be applied through shielded applicators, hooded sprayers, wiper applicators or sponge bars after dilution and thorough mixing with water to listed weeds growing in any noncrop site specified on this label and only when specified in cropping systems.
In cropping systems, use shielded sprayers, hooded sprayers, and wiper applicators in between rows of crop plants (row middles). Use wiper applicators over the top of crops only when specifically allowed to do so in this label. Selective equipment must be capable of preventing all contact of the herbicide solution with the crop and operated without spray mist escape, leakage, or dripping of the herbicide solution onto the corp.
Avoid contact of herbicide with desirable vegetation. Contact of the herbicide solution with desirable vegetation may result in damage or destruction.
Shielded and Hooded Applicators: When applied at the specified rates on the label and applied in shielded and hooded sprayers, this product controls the weeds listed in the rate tables in the Annual Weeds section and in the Perennial Weeds section. Use nozzles that provide uniform coverage within the treated area. Keep shields on these sprayers adjusted to protect desirable vegetation.
A hooded sprayer is a type of shielded applicator. The spray pattern is completely enclosed on the top and all sides by a hood, thereby shielding the crop from the spray solution. Adjust the shields on these sprayers to protect desirable vegetation. Ensure that the hood completely encloses the spray pattern when applying around crops grown on raised beds. If necessary, extend the front and rear flaps of the hooded sprayer downward to reach the ground in deep furrows. Exercise extreme care to avoid contact of herbicide with desirable vegetation. Any unintended contact of this product with any vegetation could cause damage.
Configure and operate hooded sprayers in a manner that minimizes bouncing and avoids raising the hood up off of the surface of the ground at any time. If the hoods are raised, spray particles may escape and come into contact with the crop, causing damage or destruction of the crop. The spray hoods must be operated on the ground or skimming across the ground. Avoid operation on rough or sloping ground where the spray hoods might be raised off the ground.
Use hoods designed to minimize excessive dripping or runoff down the inside of the hood. For best results, position a single, low pressure, low drift, flat fan nozzle with an 80 to 95 degree spray angle at the top center of the hood. Spray volume when using hooded sprayers is 20 to 30 gpa.
When using hooded sprayers, the following procedures reduce crop injury potential:
- Operate spray hoods on the ground or skimming across the ground surface.
- Leave at least an 8 inch untreated strip over the drill row. As an example, if the crop row width is 38 inches, the maximum width of the spray hood is 30 inches.
- To avoid bouncing of the spray hoods, operate at ground speeds of no more than 5 mph.
- Apply when wind speeds are 10 mph or less.
- Use low drift nozzles that provide uniform coverage within the treated area
Crop injury may occur when foliage of treated weeds comes into direct contact with leaves of the crop. Do not apply this product when crop leaves are growing in direct contact with weeds to be treated. Droplets, mist, foam or splatter of the herbicide settling onto desirable vegetation may result in discoloration, stunting or destruction.
Wiper Applicators: Wiper applicators are devices that physically wipe appropriate amounts of this product directly onto the weed. Equipment must be designed, maintained and operated to prevent the herbicide solution from contacting desirable vegetation.
Adjust wiper applicators used over the top of desirable vegetation so that the wiper contact point is at least 2 inches above the desirable vegetation. Better results may be obtained when more of the weed is exposed to the herbicide solution. Weeds should be 6 inches above the desirable vegetation. Adjust the applicator height to ensure adequate contact with weeds. Weeds that are not contacted by the herbicide will not be affected. When weeds are growing in dense clumps, in severe weed infestations, or when weed height varies dramatically, poor contact may occur. Repeat treatments may be necessary in these situations.
Operate this equipment at ground speeds no more than 5 mph. Performance may be improved by reducing speed in areas of heavy weed infestations to ensure adequate wiper saturation. Better results may be obtained if two applications are made in opposite directions.
Droplets, mist, foam or splatter of the herbicide settling onto desirable vegetation may result in discoloration, stunting or destruction. Avoid leakage or dripping onto desirable vegetation. Adjust height of applicator to ensure adequate contact with weeds. Keep wiping surfaces clean. Be aware that, on sloping ground, the herbicide solution may migrate, causing dripping on the lower end and drying of the wicks on the upper end of a wiper applicator.
Do not use wiper equipment when weeds are wet.
Mix only the amount of solution to be used during a one-day period as reduced activity may result from use of leftover solutions. Clean wiper parts by thoroughly flushing with water immediately after using this product.
Do not add surfactant to the herbicide solution when using a wiper applicator.
Rope or Sponge Wick Applicators: Use solutions of 33 to 75 percent of this product in water.
Panel Applicators: Use solutions of 33 to 100 percent of this product in water.
Injection Systems
This product may be used in aerial or ground injection spray systems. It may be used as a liquid concentrate or diluted prior to injecting into the spray stream. Do not mix this product with the concentrate of other products when using injection systems.

CDA Equipment
The rate of this product applied per acre by vehicle-mounted controlled droplet application (CDA) equipment must not be less than the amount specified in this label when applied by conventional broadcast equipment. For vehicle-mounted CDA equipment, apply in 2 to 15 gpa of water.
For the control of annual weeds with handheld CDA units, apply a 20 percent solution of this product at a flow rate of 2 fl oz per minute and a walking speed of 1.5 mph (2 pints per acre). For the control of perennial weeds, apply a 20 to 30 percent solution of this product at a flow rate of 2 fl oz per minute and a walking speed of 0.75 mph (2 to 3 quarts per acre).
Controlled droplet application equipment produces a spray pattern that is not easily visible. Exercise extreme care to avoid spray or drift contacting the foliage or any other green tissue of desirable vegetation, as damage or destruction may result.

CANOLA
Application Type:
preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate: 3 (pints/acre)

Application Type: total all in-crop applications
Rate: 1.5 (pints/acre)

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 60 days of harvest.

CANOLA (WINTER VARIETIES)
Application Type: 
preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate:
 1.5 (quarts/acre)

Application Type: total in-crop applications from emergence to canopy closure or prior to bolting in the spring
Rate: 1.5 (quarts/acre)

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 60 days of harvest.

CORN HYBRIDS
Application Type: preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate: 3.75 qt

Application Type: total in-crop applications from emergence through 48-inch corn
Rate: 2.25 qt (2.25 pt as single application)

Application Type: preharvest after maximum kernel fill complete and crop physiologically mature until 7 days before harvest
Rate: 1.5 pt

Application Type: combined total per year for all applications
Rate: 1.5 gal

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 50 days of corn forage or grain harvest.

COTTON
Application Type: preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate: 3.75 (quarts/acre)

Application Type: maximum preharvest
Rate: 1.5 (quarts/acre)

Application Type: total all in-crop applications from ground cracking to layby
Rate: 2.75 (quarts/acre)

Application Type: combined total all in-crop applications from emergence through harvest
Rate: 4.25 (quarts/acre)

Application Type: combined total for all applications
Rate: 6 (quarts/acre)

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 7 days before harvest.

FIELD CORN HYBRIDS
Application Type: preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate: 3.75 qt

Application Type: maximum single in-crop application up to 48-inch corn
Rate: 1.13 qt

Application Type: total in-crop applications from emergence through 48-inch corn
Rate: 2.25 qt (2.25 pt as single application)

Application Type: preharvest after maximum kernel fill complete and crop physiologically mature until 7 days before harvest
Rate: 1.5 pt

Application Type: combined total per year for all applications
Rate: 1.5 gal

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 50 days of forage or grain harvest.

SOYBEAN
Application Type: preplant, preemergence, at-planting
Rate: 3.75 qt

Application Type: maximum preharvest
Rate: 1.5 pt

Application Type: total in-crop applications from cracking throughout flowering (R2 stage)
Rate: 2.25 qt

Application Type: combined total for all applications
Rate: 1.5 gal

Preharvest Interval: Do not apply within 14 days of harvest of grain or feeding soybean grain, forage or hay. Avoid excessive seed shatter loss due to ground application equipment.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Glyphosate0 - 00.75 - 7.5-

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