F4113 EW

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F4113 is a liquid suspension formulation. F4113 is to be mixed with water and applied to labeled crops for selective postemergence
control of broadleaf weeds, Weed control is best when the product is applied to actively growing weeds up to 4 inches in height. F4113 is a contact and systemic herbicide. F4113 is rapidly absorbed through the foliage of plants. To avoid significant crop response, applications should not be made within 6 - 8 hours of either rain or irrigation. Within a few hours following application, the foliage of susceptible weeds show signs of desiccation, and in subsequent days necrosis and death of the plant occur. Due to environmental conditions and with certain spray tank additives, some herbicidal symptoms may appear on the crop. However, the crop recovers quickly with no loss in yield. Extremes in environmental conditions such as temperalure, moisture, soil conditions, and cultural practices may affect the activity of F4113. Under warm moist conditions, herbicide symptoms may be accelerated. While under very dry conditions, the expression of herbicide symptoms may be delayed. and weeds hardened off by drought are less susceptible to F4113.

Utilize ground sprayers designed, calibrated and operated to deliver uniform spray deposition to the target plant or plant parts. Be aware that ovenaps and slower ground speeds while starting, stopping or turning while spraying may result in higher application rates and possible crop response. Do not exceed 30 psi spray pressure unless otherwise required by the manufacturer of drift reducing nozzles. Apply a minimum of 10 gallons of finished spray per acre. Higher spray volumes are required when there is a dense weed population or crop canopy

Use nozzle types and arrangements that wilt provide optimum coverage while producing a minimal amount of fine droplets. Apply at a minimum of 3 gallons of finished spray per acre. Higher aerial spray volumes are required for harvest aid/defoliation treatments. Higher spray volumes are required when there is a dense weed population or crop canopy. Read and follow all state and local regulations and restrictions regarding the aerial application of herbicides containing glyphosate.

Spray Drift Management
AVOIDING SPRAY DRIFT AT THE APPLICATION SITE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICATOR AND THE GROWER. The interaction of many equipment and weather related factors determine the potential for spray drift. The applicator and the grower are responsible for considering all these factors when making decisions.
The following drift management requirements must be followed to avoid off-target movement from applications to agricultural field crops. These requirements do not apply to forestry applications, public health uses or to applications of dry materials.
1. The distance of the outer most nozzles on the boom must not exceed 3/4 the length of the wingspan or rotor.
2. Nozzles must always point backward parallel with the air stream and never be pointed downwards more than 45 degrees.
Where states have more stringent regulations. they must be observed.
The applicator should be familiar with and tak.e into account the  information covered in the Aerial Drift Reduction Advisory.

Registered for cultures
Winter wheat
Spring wheat
Spring barley
Winter barley
Winter triticale
Spring triticale
Winter rye
Spring rye
Spring oats
Winter oats