Fluroxypyr + 2,4-D

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FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D herbicide is a selective postemergence product for control of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and volunteer potatoes in wheat or barley not under seeded with a legume and fallow cropland, and for on-farm non-cropland uses such as fence rows, building perimeters, around irrigation eqUipment and roadways.

• Do not apply this product directly to, or otherwise permit it to come in direct contact with, susceptible crops or broadleaf plants including alfalfa, cotton, lettuce, edible beans, lentils, peas, potatoes, radishes, soybeans, sugar beets, sunflowers, tomatoes, tobacco, grapes, legumes, fruit trees, canola, tame mustard, other vegetables or ornamentals. Vapors from this product may injure susceptible plants in the immediate vicinity.
• Avoid applications where proximity of susceptible crops or other susceptible broadleaf plants is likely to result in exposure to spray or spray drift.
• Do not contaminate irrigation ditches or water used for domestic purposes.
• Do not apply in greenhouses.
• Maximum Application Rate: Do not apply more than 2 2/3 pints of FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D (0.25 Ib of fluroxypyr + 1.0 Ib ae 2,4-D ester) per acre per growing season.
• Plant-back Restriction: Plant only those crops listed on this label or Federally approved supplemental labeling for FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D within 120 days following application.
• Chemigation: Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Management of Kochia Biotypes:
Research has suggested that many biotypes of kochia can occur within a single field. While kochia biotypes can vary in their susceptibility to FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D, all will be suppressed or controlled by the 1 1/3 pint labeled rate. Application of FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D at rates below the 1 1/3-pint per acre rate can result in a shift to more tolerant biotypes within a field.
Best Resistance Management Practice:
Extensive populations of dicamba tolerant kochia have been identified in certain small grain and corn production regions (such as Chouteau, Fergus, Uberty, Toole, and Treasure counties in the state of Montana). In these areas, FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D is recommended at a minimum rate of 1 1/3 pints per acre for optimal control of dicamba tolerant kochia. In addition, FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D should be rotated with products that do not contain dicamba to minimize selection pressure. Use of these practices will preserve the utility of FLUROXYPYR + 2,4-D for control of dicamba tolerant kochia biotypes.

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Winter wheat
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Spring barley
Winter barley