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Not for use on CLEARFIELD rice or any other rice varieties or hybrids.
Pursuit herbicide kills weeds by root and/or foliage uptake and rapid translocation to the growing points. Adequate soil moisture is important for optimum Pursuit activity. When adequate soil moisture is present, Pursuit will provide residual control of susceptible germinating weeds; activity on established weeds will depend on the weed species and the location of its root system in the soil.
Occasionally, internode shortening and/or temporary yellowing of crop plants may occur following Pursuit applications. These effects occur infrequently and are temporary. Normal growth and appearance should resume within 1 to 2 weeks.
When organophosphate (such as Lorsban) or carbamate insecticides are tank mixed with Pursuit, temporary injury may result to the treated crops.
Use of Pursuit in accordance with label directions is expected to result in normal growth of rotational crops in most situations; however, various environmental and agronomic factors make it impossible to eliminate all risks associated with the use of this product and, therefore, rotational crop injury is always possible. Under some conditions (such as heavy texture soil, high organic matter, low pH or low rainfall), Pursuit may cause injury to subsequent planted crops. Vegetable crops and particularly sugar beets are sensitive to Pursuit residues in the soil.
Naturally occurring biotypes* of some of the weeds listed on this label may not be effectively controlled by this and/or other products with either the ALS/AHAS enzyme-inhibiting mode of action. Other herbicides with the ALS/AHAS enzyme-inhibiting mode of action include the sulfonylureas (e.g. Accent, etc.), the sulfonamides and the pyrimidyl benzoates (e.g. Staple, etc.). If naturally occurring ALS/AHAS resistant biotypes are present in a field, Pursuit and/or any other ALS/AHAS enzyme-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.
* A weed biotype is a naturally occurring plant within a given species that has a slightly different, but distinct, genetic makeup from other plants.

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Registered for culturesRatePreharvest Interval
Corn4 oz
Pinto beans0 oz
Navy beans0 oz
Dry lima beans0 oz
Adzuki beans0 oz
Lentils0 oz
Lupines0 oz
Chickpeas0 oz
Southern peas0 oz
Snap beans0 oz30
Peanuts4 oz
Soybeans4 oz
Alfalfa3 - 6 oz
Clover3 - 6 oz