Directions for Use
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read all Directions for Use carefully before applying. 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.
E-99 herbicide is intended for selective control of many broadleaf weeds in certain crops, including, cereal grains (wheat, barley, millet, oats and rye), corn (field corn, popcorn and sweet corn), fallow land and crop stubble, sorghum (grain and forage sorghum), and soybeans (preplant burndown application only), forests, rangeland and established grass pastures including Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) acres, noncropland, grasses grown for seed or sod, and ornamental turf. Apply E-99 as a water spray during warm weather when weeds or woody plants are actively growing. Application under drought conditions will often give poor results. Generally, the lower dosages specified on this label will be satisfactory for young, succulent growth of susceptible weed species. For less susceptible species and under conditions where control is more difficult, use higher specified rates. Deep-rooted perennial weeds such as Canada thistle and field bindweed and many woody plants usually require repeated applications for satisfactory control. Consult your State Agricultural Experiment stations or Extension Service Weed Specialists for recommendations from this label that best fit local conditions.
Do not apply less than 2 gallons total spray volume per acre. Excessive residues of 2,4-D in the soil may temporarily inhibit seed germination and plant growth.
Chemigation: Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Resistance Management Recommendations
E-99 is a Group 4 herbicide. Any weed population may contain or develop plants naturally resistant to E-99 or other Group 4 herbicides. Weed species with acquired resistance to Group 4 may eventually dominate the weed population if Group 4 herbicides are used repeatedly in the same field or in successive years as the primary method of control for targeted species. This may result in partial or total loss of control of those species by E-99 or other Group 4 herbicides.
To delay herbicide resistance consider:
x Avoiding the consecutive use of E-99 or other target site of action Group 4 herbicides that have a similar target site of action, on the same weed species.
x Using tank-mixtures or premixes with herbicides from different target site of action Groups as long as the involved products are all registered for the same use, have different sites of action, and are both effective at the tank mix or prepack rate on the weed(s) of concern.
x Basing herbicide use on a comprehensive IPM program.
x Monitoring treated weed populations for loss of field efficacy.
x Contacting your local extension specialist, certified crop advisors, and/or Winfield Solutions, LLC representative for herbicide resistance management and/or integrated weed management recommendations for specific crops and resistant weed biotypes.
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