LPI-AFC Herbicide

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Directions for Use
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read all Directions for Use carefully before applying. 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.

Product Information
THIS PRODUCT is designed for use on herbicide tolerant (such as Roundup Ready or Liberty Link) and conventional field corn and silage corn. It may be used in preplant, preemergence, or early postemergence applications. It is designed to provide early season control of grasses and broadleaf weeds to allow for optimal timing of in-crop applications of sequential postemergence herbicides in conventional corn or glyphosate or glufosinate in herbicide tolerant corn. THIS PRODUCT is a unique combination of the herbicides acetochlor, flumetsulam, and clopyralid that controls weeds by interfering with normal germination and seedling development. It may be applied to the soil surface or incorporated into the top 1 to 2 inches of soil. It is specified for use alone or in tank mix combinations for control or partial control of weeds, as indicated in Table 3 of the Use Rates section of this label. THIS PRODUCT may provide postemergence activity on susceptible broadleaf weeds up to 2 inches tall that are present at application but will not provide postemergence activity on emerged grass weeds. If grass and broadleaf weeds are present at the time of application, best results will be achieved by tank mixing a herbicide such as glyphosate (Durango DMA), glufosinate (Liberty), paraquat (Gramoxone), and/or 2,4-D with THIS PRODUCT .

Use Precautions and Restrictions
x Not for Sale, Sale Into, Distribution and/or Use in Nassau and Suffolk Counties of New York State.
x On the following soil types, do not apply this product within 50 feet of any well where the depth to groundwater is 30 feet or less: sands with less than 3% organic matter; loamy sands with less than 2% organic matter; or sandy loams with less than 1 percent organic matter. See the figure for additional clarification.

Chemigation: Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
x Do not use flood irrigation to apply or incorporate this product.
x Do not apply this product using aerial application equipment.
x This product may not be mixed or loaded within 50 feet of any wells including abandoned wells and drainage wells, sink holes, perennial or intermittent streams and rivers, and natural or impounded lakes and reservoirs. This setback does not apply to properly capped or plugged abandoned wells and does not apply to impervious pad or properly diked mixing/loading areas.
x Operations that involve mixing, loading, rinsing, or washing of this product into or from pesticide handling or application equipment or containers within 50 feet of any well are prohibited unless conducted on an impervious pad constructed to withstand the weight of the heaviest load that may be positioned on or moved across the pad. Such a pad shall be designed and maintained to contain any product spills or equipment leaks, container or equipment rinse or washwater, and rainwater that may fall on the pad. Surface water shall not be allowed to either flow over or from the pad, which means the pad must be self-contained. The pad shall be sloped to facilitate material removal. An unroofed pad shall be of sufficient capacity to contain at a minimum 110% of the capacity of the largest pesticide container or application equipment on the pad. A pad that is covered by a roof of sufficient size to completely exclude precipitation from contact with the pad shall have a minimum containment capacity of 100% of the capacity of the largest pesticide container or application equipment on the pad. Containment capacities as described above shall be maintained at all times.
The above specified minimum containment capacities do not apply to vehicles when delivering pesticide shipments to the mixing/loading site. States may have in effect additional requirements regarding wellhead setbacks and operational containment.
x Product must be used in a manner that will prevent back siphoning in wells, spills or improper disposal of excess pesticide, spray mixtures or rinsates.
x Read and follow these Advisories to minimize drift to non-target areas.
x Minimize drift by using sufficient spray volume to ensure adequate coverage with large-droplet size sprays.
- Use low pressure application equipment capable of producing a large-droplet spray. Do not use nozzles that produce a finedroplet spray. Droplet size has been shown to be the single most important factor affecting drift from ground applications.
- While increasing droplet size does reduce the potential for spray drift, larger droplets do not eliminate drift if environmental or application conditions are inappropriate for application.
- Use larger capacity nozzles to increase flow rate rather than increasing spray pressure.

- Keep height of ground-driven spray booms as low as possible above the target to minimize exposure to evaporation and wind while still providing good coverage. Applications made late in the growing season with excessive boom heights drastically increase the potential for spray drift.
- Make application when the wind velocity favors on-target product deposition (approximately 3 to 10 mph).
x Do not apply when wind is gusting or wind speed exceeds 15 mph as uneven spray coverage and drift may result. Avoid application to border rows adjacent to susceptible crops such as soybeans, field peas, or sunflowers under windy conditions unless one of the following drift management steps is taken:
- Application is made only when the wind direction is such that the susceptible crop is up-wind from the treatment area (wind blowing from the susceptible crop toward the treated crop); or
- The applicator leaves an adequate buffer zone between the treated crop and the susceptible crop and coarse or low drift nozzle configurations are used.
- A drift control or deposition agent may be used with this product to aid in reducing spray drift due to wind when making applications adjacent to susceptible crops, but may not be effective after prolonged pumping of the spray mix.
- On calm days with little or no wind, check for temperature inversions before making herbicide applications. Temperature inversions occur under calm conditions with little or no wind and air temperature increases with increasing height above the ground. Inversion conditions may be indicated by a layer of fog or mist near the ground and, under clear conditions, may be detected by use of a smoke column. A temperature inversion is indicated when smoke does not rise in a column, but layers at some level above the ground. Do not apply herbicides if temperature inversion conditions exist in the treatment area.
x Do not apply under conditions that favor runoff or wind erosion of soil containing this product to non-target areas. To prevent offsite movement due to runoff or wind erosion:
- Avoid treating powdery dry or light sandy soils when conditions are favorable for wind erosion. Under these conditions, the soilmsurface must first be settled by rainfall or irrigation.
- Do not apply to impervious substrates such as paved or highly compacted surfaces or frozen or snow covered soils.
- Do not use tailwater from the first flood or furrow irrigation of treated fields to treat non-target crops unless at least 0.5 inch of rainfall has occurred between application and the first irrigation.

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