DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. READ ENTIRE LABEL AND PAMPHLET. USE STRICTLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS AND DIRECTIONS, AND WITH APPLICABLE STATE AND FEDERAL REGULATIONS.
Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application.
For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulation..
NOTICE: Tank mixing or use of this product with any other product which is not specifically and expressly authorized by the label shall be the exclusive risk of user, applicator and/or applicator advisor. Read and follow the entire label of each product to be used in the tank mix with this product.
Timing of Applications
Apply Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide postemergence to actively growing grasses according to rate table recommendations. Applications made to grass plants stressed by insufficient moisture, hot or cold temperatures, or to grass plants exceeding recommended growth stages may result in unsatisfactory control. Do not apply under these conditions. In arid regions where irrigation is used to supplement limited rainfall, Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide should be applied as soon as possible, after an irrigation (within 7 days). In arid regions, a second application of Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide will generally provide more effective control of perennial grass weeds than a single application. Make a second application to actively growing grass 2 to 3 weeks after emergence of new growth. Cultivation of treated grasses 7 days prior to or within 7 days after application of Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide may reduce weed control.
Use of sufficient spray volumes and pressure is essential to ensure complete coverage. Use a minimum of 5.0 gallons and a maximum of 40.0 gallons of spray solution per acre. Under the following conditions a minimum of 10.0 GPA is required: ultra narrow row cotton, narrow row soybeans, broadleaf herbicide tank mixes, perennial grasses, volunteer corn, drought or stress conditions, heavy grass pressure orwhen grasses are at or near maximum height. Failure to use a minimum of 10.0 GPA under these conditions can result in poor coverageand reduced grass control requiring repeat applications. Spray pressures should reflect a minimum of 30 psi and a maximum of 60 psi at the nozzle. Do not use flood nozzles.
Applications to onions (dry bulb and green), garlic or shallots (dry bulbs and green) should be made in a minimum of 20.0 gallons of spray solution per acre.
Use a minimum of 3.0 gallons of spray solution per acre unless otherwise directed in this label. Increase spray volumes up to 10.0 gallons as grass or crop foliage becomes dense. For onions (dry bulbs and green), garlic or shallots (dry bulbs and green): When applying by air do not exceed 17.0 fluid ounces per acre in a single application. In California, air applications to onions, garlic, or shallots should b made in a minimum of 20.0 gallons of spray solution per acre. In states other than California, air application to onions, garlic or shallots should be made in a minimum of 10.0 gallons of spray solution.
NOTE: Crop injury may occur when Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide is applied to onions, garlic or shallots with aerial equipment.
When using hand sprayers or high volume sprayers utilizing hand guns, mix 1/3 to 2/3% (0.44 to 0.85 fluid ounce per gallon) Intensity
One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide and treat to wet vegetation, while not allowing runoff of spray solution. For uses requiring crop oil concentrate, include crop oil concentrate at 1% (1.3 fluid ounces per gallon) by volume. For uses requiring non-ionic surfactant, include non-ionic surfactant at 0.25% (0.33 fluid ounce per gallon) by volume.
NOTE: If Intensity One Post-Emergence Grass Herbicide is applied as a spot treatment care should be taken to not exceed the maximum rate allowed on a “per acre” basis or crop injury may occur.
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