NUP 08135

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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. 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.

NUP-08135 Herbicide contains the active ingredients chlorsulfuron and metsulfuron-methyl which are herbicides recommended for control of many weeds found in wheat (including durum), barley and fallow. NUP-08135 Herbicide is approved for use in all states (unless directed otherwise by supplemental labeling) except in the following counties in Colorado: Alamosa, Conejos, Costilla, Rio Grande, and Saguache. NUP-08135 Herbicide is a dry flowable formulation which is not corrosive, not flammable, and not volatile. It must be mixed with water, or slurried with water before addition to liquid nitrogen fertilizer solutions. A surfactant is to be added to the spray mix unless otherwise noted in other sections of this label. The directions for use in this label describe how to apply NUP-08135 Herbicide to provide weed control either preemergence (before weeds germinate) or postemergence (when weeds have emerged and are actively growing). Preemergence applications are optimized by sprinkler irrigation or rainfall just after application so that NUP-08135 Herbicide will penetrate the soil to a depth of 2" to 3" and reach the weed seed area or weed root zone.
Several factors determine the length of time weeds are controlled and how well weeds are controlled, including the type of weeds present, density and size of weeds, and the weather conditions at application and after application. The type of weeds present as well as their size will determine which use rate to select. Refer to the tables below on use rates and list of weeds controlled.

Any weed population may contain or develop plants naturally resistant to herbicides with the same mode of action. These resistant biotypes may dominate the weed population if herbicides with the same mode of action are used repeatedly in the same field, and adequate control of these resistant weeds cannot be expected. Should an application not control the target weeds, retreat the area using an herbicide with a different mode of action (such as postemergence broad leaf and or grass herbicide).
In fields that contain resistant weed biotypes such as kochia, prickly lettuce, and Russian thistle, a tankmix of NUP-08135 Herbicide with another residual broad leaf herbicide having a different mode of action will help control these biotypes. Another option is to rotate the use of NUP-08135 Herbicide with herbicides having different modes of action.

To delay herbicide resistance, follow resistance management strategies such as:
• Rotate the use of N U P-08135 Herbicide with herbicides having different modes of action to treat the same weeds. Do not let weed escapes go to seed.
• Apply tank mixtures of herbicides with different modes of action, when such use is permitted.
• Use herbicides as part of an Integrated Pest Management program.
• Prevent movement of resistant weed seeds to other fields by cleaning harvesting and tillage equipment, and by planting clean seed.
• Keep records of the fields treated with herbicides and any resistant weed biotypes present in those fields.
Consult your agricultural dealer, consultant, applicator, and/or appropriate state agricultural extension specialist for additional information on specific alternative cultural practices or herbicide recommendations available in your area.
Naturally occurring weed biotypes which have been shown to be resistant to AMBER herbicide, ALL Y herbicide, GLEAN FC herbicide, EXPRESS herbicide or HARMONY Extra herbicide will also be resistant to NUP-08135 Herbicide.

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Winter wheat
Spring wheat
Spring barley
Winter barley
Winter barley