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Rage D-Tech is an emulsifiable concentrate formulation. Rage D-Tech is to be mixed with water, liquid fertilizer or mixtures of water and liquid fertilizer and adjuvants and applied to labeled crops for selective postemergence control of broad leaf weeds or for burndown prior to planting. Weed control is optimized when the product is applied to actively growing weeds. Rage D-Tech is a combination of a contact herbicide and a systemic herbicide. 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. Extremes in environmental conditions such as temperature, moisture, soil conditions, and cultural practices may affect the activity of Rage DTech. Under warm moist conditions, herbicide symptoms may be accelerated. While under very dry conditions, the expression of herbicide symptoms may be reduced as weeds hardened off by drought are less susceptible to herbicides. Rage D-Tech is rapidly absorbed through the foliage of plants. To
avoid significant crop response, applications should not be made within 6 to 8 hours after either rain or irrigation or when heavy dew is present on the crop. Due to environmental conditions and with certain spray tank additives, some herbicidal symptoms may appear on the crop.

Tank Mixtures
Rage D-Tech may be tank-mixed with other herbicides to control weeds not listed on this label. Read and follow all manufacturers' label recommendations for the companion herbicide. Tank mixtures of Rage D-Tech with EC formulations of other crop protection products, crop oil concentrates, methylated seed oils, silicone based adjuvants, 28% nitrogen or ammonium sulfate may increase crop response.

Adjuvant Use Requirements
The use of a quality spray adjuvant is required for optimum performance. Refer to the individual crop recommendation sections of
this label for specific adjuvant type and use rates.

Drift Reduction Agents
Drift reduction agents may be used, especially near sensitive vegetation. Drift reduction agents can affect the spray pattern, causing
reduced performance if adequate coverage is not obtained. Check your local county or state regulations that may require the use of a drift reduction agent.

On-Farm Testing
Not all varieties or cultivars of labeled crops have been fully evaluated under all environmental and soil conditions. For additional and specific information, consult University or local Extension specialists. It may also be beneficial to conduct small on-farm trials under actual conditions with specific varieties or cultivars before treating large acreage.

Methods of Application
Rage D-Tech is a versatile herbicide utilizing several different application methods to achieve the desired results. If Rage D-Tech is
being applied in standing crop situations, application methods and adjustments must be precise to prevent undesirable effects to the
desirable green stem tissue, foliage, blooms or fruit of the crops being treated.
Aerial applications may be used in some situations. Aerial treatments should be made with a minimum of 3 gallons of total spray per acre with a minimum VMD of 450 microns. (See page 5: Controlling Spray Droplet Size).
Over-the-top applications may be utilized in some situations as noted in the individual crop directions. Spray volumes for ground applications should be 10 gallons of finished spray per acre to insure good target coverage. Spray tips must be positioned no less than 18 inches above the crop and operated in such manner as to avoid overlaps and slower than calibrated ground speeds.
Post directed applications may be utilized when labeled crops have reached minimum growth stages where sprays may be directed to the target weeds, but is not deposited on the green stem, foliage, blooms or fruit of the crop. Hooded Sprayer applications can be made to many labeled crops. Hooded sprayers must be designed and operated so as to totally enclose the spray nozzles and tips and spray pattern and prevent any spray deposition to the crop being treated.

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