Prowl 3.3 EC
FOR USE IN ALFALFA (FORAGE, HAY OR SEED PRODUCTION), BEARING CITRUS FRUIT TREES, BEARING NUT TREES, BEARING POME FRUIT TREES, BEARING STONE FRUIT TREES, CARROTS, CORN (FIELD, POP, SEED, SWEET), COTTON, EDIBLE BEANS, FORAGE LEGUMES, FRUITING VEGETABLES (PEPPER, TOMATO), GARLIC, GRAIN SORGHUM, LEEK, LENTILS AND PEAS, MINT, NONBEARING FRUIT TREE AND NUT TREE CROPS, NONBEARING VINEYARDS, ONIONS AND SHALLOTS (DRY BULB, GREEN), PEANUTS, POTATOES, RICE, SOYBEANS, STRAWBERRY, SUGARCANE, SUNFLOWERS, TOBACCO, AND WHEAT.
Prowl 3.3 EC herbicide is a selective herbicide for controlling most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds as they germinate. Refer to Table 1 for a complete list of controlled weeds. Prowl 3.3 EC will not control established weeds. Unusually cold, excessively wet, or hot and dry conditions that delay germination or extend germination over a long period of time can reduce weed control. Overapplication can result in crop-stand loss, crop injury, or soil residues. Uneven application or improper soil incorporation can decrease weed control or cause crop injury. Soil incorporation deeper than recommended can reduce weed control.
Seedling diseases, cold weather, excessive moisture, shallow or deep planting, low or high soil pH, high soil salt concentration, or drought can weaken seedlings and plants and increase the possibility of crop damage from Prowl 3.3 EC. Under these conditions, crop yields can be reduced.
Mode of Action
Prowl 3.3 EC is a meristematic inhibitor that interferes with the plant's cellular division or mitosis. This and/or other products with the meristematic inhibiting mode of action may not effectively control naturally occurring biotypes of some of the weeds listed on this label. A weed biotype is a naturally occurring plant within a given species that has a slightly different, but distinct, genetic makeup from other plants. Other herbicides with the meristematic inhibiting mode of action include other dinitroaniline herbicides, such as trifluralin. If naturally occurring meristematic inhibiting resistant biotypes are present in a field, Prowl 3.3 EC
and/or any other meristematic inhibiting mode of action herbicide should be tank mixed or applied sequentially with an appropriate registered herbicide having a different mode of action to ensure control.
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