Observe all use precautions and limitations on the labels of each product used in tank mixtures. Tank mixtures are permitted only in those states where the tank-mix partner is registered. Metolachlor 7.8 is a herbicide recommended as a preplant surface-applied, preplant incorporated, or preemergence treatment in water or fluid fertilizer for control of most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds in Cotton, Peanuts, Pod crops, Potatoes, Safflowers, Sorghum and Soybeans.
Note: Do not use in nurseries, turf, or landscape plantings.
Do not apply under conditions which favor runoff or wind erosion of soil containing this product to non-target areas.
To prevent off-site movement due to runoff or wind erosion:
1. Avoid treating powdery dry or light sand soils when conditions are favorable for wind erosion. Under these conditions, the soil surface should first be settled by rainfall or irrigation.
2. Do not apply to impervious substrates, such as paved or highly compacted surfaces.
3. Do not use tailwater from the first flood or furrow irrigation of treated fields to treat non-target crops unless at least one-half inch of rainfall has occurred between application and the first irrigation.
Note: Certain states may have established rate limitations for atrazine within specific geographical areas. Consult your state lead pesticide control agency for additional information. It is a violation of this label to deviate from state use regulations. If this product is incorporated, any supplemental tillage before planting must not exceed the depth of incorporation.
Dry weather following preemergence application of this product or a tank mixture may reduce effectiveness. Cultivate if weeds develop.
Where reference is made to weeds partially controlled, partial control can either mean erratic control
from good to poor, or consistent control at a level below that generally considered acceptable for commercial weed control.
Use Precaution: Injury may occur following the use of this product under abnormally high soil moisture conditions during early development of the crop.
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