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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read entire label before using this product.

Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.
Keep container tightly closed when not in use.  Avoid cross contamination with other pesticides.

This product is intended for post emergence application in field corn, silage corn, seed corn, sweet corn, and popcorn for the control of annual broadleaf and grass weeds.  Weed growth ceases within hours after LAUDIS is applied. Symptoms on susceptible weed species progress from yellowing and bleaching to necrosis resulting in eventual plant death generally within 7 to 14 days after application.
Do not apply LAUDIS to corn that exhibits injury from previous herbicides applications.

Uniform, thorough spray coverage is important to achieve consistent weed control. Select nozzles and pressure that deliver MEDIUM spray droplets as indicated in nozzle manufacturer’s catalogs and in accordance with ASAE Standard S-572. Nozzles that deliver COARSE spray droplets may be used to reduce spray drift provided spray volume per acre (GPA) is increased  to maintain coverage of weeds. Flat fan nozzles of 80° or 110° are recommended for optimum post emergence coverage.
Do not use nozzles that produce FINE (e.g. - Cone) or EXTRA COARSE (e.g. - Flood jet) spray droplets.

Mixing Instructions
LAUDIS must be applied with clean and properly calibrated equipment. Prior to adding LAUDIS, ensure that the spray tank, filters and nozzles have been thoroughly cleaned and that agitation system is properly working.
1. Fill spray tank with 50% of the required volume of water, and begin agitation.
2. Agitate the LAUDIS product container thoroughly by shaking, circulating or stirring prior to adding the herbicide into the spray tank.
3. Add the appropriate amount of LAUDIS slowly to the spray tank or mixing system and ensure complete dispersion. Maintain and ensure thorough dispersion and sufficient agitation during both mixing and spraying.
4. If tank mixing with another pesticide, add the tank mix product next (except in the case of glyphosate which should be added after the nitrogen fertilizer is dispersed).
5. Add nitrogen fertilizer.
6. Add the adjuvant.
7. Fill the spray tank with balance of water needed.

If LAUDIS is to be tank mixed with other pesticides, compatibility must be tested prior to mixing. To test for compatibility, use a small container and mix a small amount (0.5 to 1 qt) of spray, combining all ingredients in the same ratio as the anticipated use. If any indications of physical incompatibility develop, do not use this mixture for spraying. Indications of incompatibility usually occur within 5-15 minutes after mixing. If the mixture balls-up, forms flakes, sludges, gels, oily film or layers, or other precipitates, it is not compatible and the tank mix combination should not be used.

Specific Crop Use Directions
Apply LAUDIS at 3 fl oz/A per application. Always add the appropriate adjuvants to the spray tank (see Spray Additives Section of this label).
Applications of LAUDIS at rates less than 3 fl oz/A post emergence may result in incomplete weed control and reduction in residual activity.
LAUDIS is for postemergence use. Best results are obtained when it is applied to young actively growing weeds. LAUDIS will affect weeds that are larger than the recommended height; however it may result in incomplete weed control.
Broadcast applications of LAUDIS must be made to corn from emergence up to the V8 stage of growth for field corn or popcorn, or from emergence up to the V7 stage of growth for sweet corn.
A second post-emergence application may be made to field corn or popcorn. Applications of this product must be made a minimum of 7 days apart.
Do not exceed a total of 6 fl oz/A of LAUDIS per growing season on field corn or popcorn, or 3 fl oz/A per growing season on sweet corn.
Sweet Corn, Seed Corn and Popcorn Only
Herbicide sensitivity in all hybrids and inbreds of seed corn, sweet corn and popcorn has not been tested. Consult with your seed provider, your local Bayer CropScience representative and/ or other knowledgeable agricultural professionals for advice on hybrid/inbred tolerance before applying LAUDIS. If the tolerance of a hybrid/inbred is not known, apply LAUDIS to a small area to first determine if the hybrid/inbred is tolerant prior to spraying large acreages of that hybrid/inbred. As an example, do not use LAUDIS on Merit or Shogun sweet corn varieties as unacceptable crop response will occur.

Spray Additives
LAUDIS is a suspension concentrate that requires the use of an external surfactant and a nitrogen fertilizer source to achieve optimum weed control. For specific adjuvant recommendations with tank mixes, see the Tank Mix section of this label.
The use of a Methylated Seed Oil (MSO) is recommended when LAUDIS is used or when alternative adjuvants are not otherwise specified on this label. MSO can improve control of weeds under stress, in high populations, in mixed grass and broadleaf weed populations, and under conditions of low humidity. Use MSO at 1 gallon per 100 gallons of water (1% v/v), but with a minimum of 1.25 pt/A. MSO should contain at least 80% MSO and 10% emulsifier or greater. The use of adjuvants such as non-ionic surfactants or refined vegetable oils will result in unacceptable or erratic weed control.
As an alternative to traditional MSO surfactants, High Surfactant oil Concentrates (HSOC) at recommended rates may be used with LAUDIS. An HSOC is an emulsifiable oil based product containing 25-50% surfactant (wt/wt) in a minimum of 50% oil (wt/wt). The oil concentrates in HSOC can be based on MSO or COC. MSO based products are preferred with LAUDIS particularly when used alone or with atrazine.
Ammonium Nitrogen Fertilizer
Use 1.5 qt/A of a high-quality urea ammonium nitrate (UAN) or 1.5 lb/A (8.5 lb per 100 gallons) of a spray-grade ammonium sulfate (AMS). Use UAN under conditions of low relative humidity for greater weed control.

1. Laudis is rainfast 1 hour after application to most weed species.  Avoid application if rainfall is predicted during this period. Rainfall within 1 hour of application may necessitate retreatment with LAUDIS or may result in reduced weed control.
2. Weed control may be reduced if the application is made when weeds are dust covered or in the presence of heavy dew, fog, and mist/rain or when weeds are under stress due to drought.
3. If a second application of Laudis is made (field corn and popcorn only), the application must be made a minimum of 7 days after the first application.
4. DO NOT apply when wind causes drift to off-site vegetation as injury may occur. LAUDIS delivered via drift or tank contamination can cause severe damage to other crops. Careful management of spray drift and tank cleanout is required.
5. DO NOT apply more than two applications of LAUDIS to field corn or popcorn, or more than one application to sweet corn, per growing season.
6. DO NOT graze livestock or harvest corn forage within 45 days of application.
7. Field corn, sweet corn, or popcorn can be planted immediately after an application of LAUDIS. DO NOT plant other rotational crops immediately following LAUDIS application. For all other crops refer to the Rotational Guidelines section of this label.
8. DO NOT apply LAUDIS with liquid fertilizers as the primary spray carrier. Only apply with water as the primary spray carrier plus recommended adjuvants. See spray adjuvants section.
9. DO NOT apply this product by air or through any type of irrigation system.
10. Apply LAUDIS spray mixtures within 24 hours of mixing to avoid product degradation.
11. Avoid drift onto adjacent crops.
12. When weeds are stressed due to drought, heat, lack of fertility, flooding, or prolonged cool temperatures control can be reduced or delayed because weeds are not actively growing. To obtain optimum weed control, apply LAUDIS when weeds are actively growing.

Naturally occurring biotypes of certain weed species with resistance to various herbicide modes of action are known to exist. However, no known resistance to LAUDIS exists, and there are no known instances of cross resistance between LAUDIS (HPPD inhibitor) and other classes of herbicides, or modes of action. Performance of LAUDIS is not affected by the presence of biotypes resistant to glyphosate, triazines, ALS-inhibiting, growth regulant, or other herbicide modes of action.
Prevention of the development and spread of resistant weed populations can include the use of herbicides with different modes of action in tank mixture, rotation, or in conjunction with alternate cultural practices.

Integrated Pest (Weed) Management
LAUDIS may be integrated into an overall weed and pest management strategy whenever the use of a herbicide is required. Practices known to reduce weed development (tillage, crop competition) and herbicide use (weed scouting, proper application timing) should be followed wherever possible. Consult local agricultural and weed authorities for additional IPM strategies established for your area.

Spray drift may result in injury to non target crops or vegetation. To avoid spray drift, do not apply when wind speed is greater than 10 MPH or during periods of temperature inversions. Do not apply when weather conditions, wind speed or wind direction may cause spray drift to non-target areas. AVOIDING SPRAY DRIFT AT THE APPLICATION SITE IS THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE APPLICATOR.

Read the entire Directions for Use, Conditions, Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of Liability before using this product. If terms are not acceptable, return the unopened product container at once.
By using this product, user or buyer accepts the following Conditions, Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of Liability.
CONDITIONS: The directions for use of this product are believed to be adequate and must be followed carefully. However, it is impossible to eliminate all risks associated with the use of this product. Crop injury, ineffectiveness or other unintended consequences may result because of such factors as weather conditions, presence of other materials, or the manner of use or application, all of which are beyond the control of Bayer CropScience. To the extent consistent with applicable law, all such risks shall be assumed by the user or buyer.

Registered for culturesRatePreharvest Interval
Corn3 - 6 fl oz45
Sweet corn3 fl oz45