Frontier 6.0

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For use in corn (field, pop, seed, and sweet), dry bean, grass grown for seed, peanut, grain sorghum, and soybean crops

General Information
Frontier 6.0 herbicide is a selective pre-emergence herbicide for contrOlling annual grasses, annual broadleaf weeds, and sedges listed in Table 1 in field com, popcorn, seed corn, sweet com, soybean, grain sorghum, peanut, dry bean crops and grass grown for seed.

Mode of Action
Frontier 6.0 herbicide is a root and shoot growth inhibitor that controls susceptible germinating seedlings before or soon after they emerge from the soil.

Application Instructions
Frontier 6.0 will provide most effective weed control when applied by ground or aerial equipment, and is subsequently incorporated into soil by rainfall, sprinkler irrigation, or mechanical tillage prior to weed seedling emergence from soil. Frontier 6_0 can also be appOed through herbigation. Frontier 6.0 is recommended for preplan incorporated, pnsplant surface, pre-emergence, early postemergence or iayby (corn) treatment. Frontier 6_0 may be applied using eiher water or sprayable fluid fertilizer as the spray carrier. Addftionally, Frontier 6.0 may be impregnated on and applied with dry bulk fertilizer. Sprayable fluid fertiiizer as a carrier is not , recommended for use after crop emergence. Refer to section III. Additives for more Information.

Application Rate
Recommended use rates for Frontier 6.0 when used alone, in tank mix, or sequential applications are given in Table 2. Refer to section VI. Crop-Specific ' Information for additional rate information. Recommended use rates of this product vary by soil type. The most accurate indicator of appropriate use rate for Frontier 6.0 is the Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) of the soil to be treated. CEC values are available In standard soil testing procedures. If CEC values are not available, the recommended use rate of Frontier 6.0 may be determined using soil texture and organic matter. Soil texture groupings used in this label are coarse (sand, loamy sand, sandy loam), medium (sift, silt loam, loam. sandy clay loam), and fine (sandy clay, sifty clay, silty clay loam, clay loam, and clay). Do not apply to sand-textured soil with less than 3% organic matter (as determined by soil tests, not known) where depth to groundwater is 30 feet or less.
To determine Frontier 6.0 use rates by either soil CEC values or by soil texture and organic matter, refer to Table 2. When use rates are expressed In ranges, use the lower rates for lower CEC values and use the higher rates for higher CEC values. If soil texture and organic matter content are used to determine use rates, use the lower rates for more coarsely texturedsoils low in organic matter and use the higher rates for more finely textured soils that are high in organic matter. 

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Sweet corn