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F7583-3 Herbicide is a soil-applied herbicide for the control of susceptible broadleaf, grass and sedge weeds. If adequate moisture (1/2" to 1") from rainfall or irrigation Is not received within 7 to 10 days after the F7583-3 Herbicide treatment, a shallow incorporation (less than 2"), may be needed to obtain desired weed control.
When activating moisture is not received a planned post-emergence application of a labeled herbicide will be needed for optimum weed control. If an activating rainfall (%" to 1") is not received F7583-3 Herbicide will provide a reduced level of control of susceptible germinating weeds. Observe all instructions, crop restrictions, mixing directions, application precautions, replanting directions, rotational crop guidelines and other label information of each product when tank mixing with F7583-3 Herbicide. Tank mixtures are permitted only in those states where the tank mix partner is registered. F7583-3 Herbicide can be mixed with water, liquid fertilizer, or mixtures of water and liquid fertilizer and applied as a preplant or preemergence treatment to labeled crops. Under normal growing conditions, F7583-3 Herbicide exhibits excellent crop safety. Soil applications of F7583-3 Herbicide must be made before crop seed germination to prevent injury to the emerging crop seedlings. F7583-3 Herbicide applied after crop emergence will cause severe injury to the crop. Poor growing conditions, such as excessive soil moisture, cool temperatures, and soil compaction or the presence of various pathogens may impact seedling vigor. Under these conditions, the active ingredients in F7583-3 Herbicide can contribute to crop response. Refer to the specific directions of use for a particular crop/use pattern as set forth below for additional information.

Do not apply other products containing sulfentrazone or s-metolachlor to the crop unless specified in the individual crop section.
Do not use in nurseries, turf or landscape plantings.

F7583-3 Herbicide provides two modes of action- Protoporpyrinogen Oxidase IX (PPO IX) and a long chain fatty-acid inhibitor. Some weeds are known to develop resistance to herbicides that have been used repeatedly. While the development of herbicide resistance is well understood, it is not easily predicted. Therefore herbicides should be used in conjunction with the resistance management strategies in the area. Consult the local or State agricultural advisors for details. Always apply this product at the listed rates and in accordance with the use directions. Do not use less than listed label rates alone or in tank mixtures. Do not use reduced rates of the tank mix partner. For optimum performance, scout fields carefully and begin applications when weeds are smaller rather than larger. If resistance is suspected, contact the local or State agricultural advisors.

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