For Burndown And Early Season Residual Control Of Wild Oat, Green Foxtail And Other Grass And Broadleaf Weeds In Spring And Winter Wheat For Postemergence Control Of Wild Oat, Green Foxtail And Other Grass And Broadleaf Weeds In Spring And Winter Wheat
For Selective Control Of Weeds In Turf On Golf Courses, Sod Farms, Residential And Commercial Turf Sites, Park And Recreation Areas, School Grounds And Other Turf Areas, For Conifer Nurseries And Field Plantings And For Seed Head And Growth Management In Turf
DIRECTIONS FOR POSTEMERGENCE APPLICATIONS
EVEREST HERBICIDE is a selective herbicide for the control of wild oat, green foxtail, Italian ryegrass, windgrass, cheat, barnyardgrass, Japanese brome and numerous broadleaf weeds, including redroot pigweed, wild mustard and shepherd’s purse, in spring, durum and winter wheat. EVEREST HERBICIDE also suppresses additional grass and broadleaf weeds, including yellow foxtail, downy brome, and wild buckwheat. EVEREST HERBICIDE is absorbed by foliage and roots of susceptible weeds, which cease growth soon after application. Weed emergence is not necessary for control due to the soil residual activity provided by EVEREST HERBICIDE. However, maximum weed control may not be seen for one to two weeks, though susceptible weeds will stop growing and will no longer be competitive. For broader spectrum activity, EVEREST HERBICIDE may be tank mixed with a broadleaf herbicide listed on this label. See TANK MIXES section for recommended products.
EVEREST HERBICIDE is an acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitor, and will therefore control weed biotypes which have developed target site resistance to certain classes of herbicides, including ACCase inhibitors, dinitroanilines and triallates. See RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT section for additional information. Read the entire DIRECTIONS FOR USE before using EVEREST HERBICIDE.
DIRECTIONS FOR BURNDOWN APPLICATIONS
EVEREST HERBICIDE is a selective herbicide for use in glyphosate burndown applications for improved burndown control and early season residual control of green foxtail, wild oat, volunteer canola, cheat, Japanese brome and numerous other grass and broadleaf weeds, including winter annual weeds, in spring and winter wheat. Length of residual activity from EVEREST HERBICIDE is determined by soil type, moisture, weed species and weed population density.
EVEREST HERBICIDE is absorbed by foliage and roots of susceptible weeds, which cease growth soon after application. As EVEREST HERBICIDE is absorbed via roots by susceptible weeds, rainfall is necessary for acceptable performance when applied preplant or pre-emergence. If environmental conditions do not favor root uptake by target weeds, a follow-up postemergence application is recommended for improved performance. For broader spectrum activity, EVEREST HERBICIDE may be tank mixed with a broadleaf herbicide listed on this label. See TANK MIXES FOR BURNDOWN APPLICATIONS section for recommended products. Some weed emergence may be observed during or after planting; scout fields at the 2 to 3 leaf stage of the crop to determine if an additional application of a grass and/or broadleaf herbicide product is necessary.
EVEREST HERBICIDE is an acetolactate synthase (ALS) inhibitor, and will therefore have activity on weed biotypes which have developed target site resistance to certain classes of herbicides, including ACCase inhibitors, dinitroanilines and triallates. See RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT section for additional information.
The use of other ALS inhibitors in combination or sequentially can increase the potential for crop damage or lengthen rotational crop intervals on soils with low organic matter (OM) and high pH. Not all spring and winter wheat varieties have been tested for tolerance. Some varieties may be known for sensitivity to ALS-inhibitors. Follow local recommendations for varietal sensitivity. Do not apply to “Choteau” spring wheat.
It is recommended that EVEREST HERBICIDE be tank mixed with an herbicide containing glyphosate when making a burndown application. The tank mix must be used in accordance with the more restrictive label limitations and precautions for all products used.
Do not apply to gravelly soils or highly eroded soils.
Do not apply preplant or pre-emergence to durum wheat.
Do not apply preplant or pre-emergence if in-furrow applications of organophosphate insecticides have been made.
Do not apply more than 0.6 ounce/acre of EVEREST HERBICIDE per year.
Do not exceed a combined total of 0.027 lb active ingredient/A of flucarbazone-sodium per year when using a post-emergence herbicide product containing flucarbazone-sodium.
x For use only in wheat. Treated wheat fields may be grazed at any time.
x Do not mix, load or clean spray equipment within 33 feet of well-heads or aquatic systems, including marshes, ponds, ditches, streams, lakes, etc. Do not apply within 50 feet of well-heads or the above mentioned aquatic systems.
x Do not apply postemergence when rain is expected within the next hour.
x Do not allow this chemical to drift onto other crops.
x Observe minimum interval to harvest of 60 days after treatment.
x Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
x Do not use flood irrigation to apply or incorporate EVEREST HERBICIDE.
x For Idaho, use only in the counties of Benewah, Boundary, Bonner, Clearwater, Idaho, Kootenai, Latah, Lewis, Nez Perce, and Shoshone. Use in all other counties of Idaho is prohibited.
Ensure the spray tank is clean. In-line strainers and nozzle screens should be clean and 50 mesh or coarser.
1. Fill the spray tank ¼ to ½ full with clean water and begin agitation or bypass.
2. Add the appropriate rate of EVEREST HERBICIDE directly to the spray tank.
3. Add glyphosate or other herbicides.
4. Add the surfactant (if necessary).
5. Add micronutrients (if necessary).
6. Fill the spray tank to the required level.
7. Maintain sufficient agitation during both mixing and application of EVEREST HERBICIDE.
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