DIRECTIONS FOR USE
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.
Best results will be obtained when Salvo is applied during warm weather to young weeds that are actively growing under good moisture conditions. Lowest rates will generally be satisfactory on susceptible annual weed seedlings. For listed perennial or biennial weeds and under certain conditions such as drought or cool temperatures where control is difficult, the higher rates may be required.
In general, only weeds emerged at the time of application will be affected. When Salvo is used for weed control in actively growing crops, the growth stage of the crop must be considered. Proper timing is required to obtain maximum crop tolerance and to avoid crop injury. Weed control and crop tolerance of this product may be affected by local conditions, crop varieties, cultural practices, application methods and other factors. Users should consult Agricultural Extension Service, agricultural experiment station, university weed specialists, seed companies or other qualified crop advisors for information pertaining to local use. In general, weed control and crop tolerance will be best when plants have neither too little nor excessive moisture before or after application, and the crop is not under other stresses. Certain states have regulations which may affect the use of this product. Contact your state pesticide authority for additional information.
Soil residue of this product may temporarily inhibit seed germination and plant growth.
Use of this product in certain portions of California, Oregon, and Washington is subject to the January 22, 2004 Order for injunctive relief in Washington Toxics Coalition, et al. v. EPA, C01-0132C, (W.D. W.A.) For further information, please refer to EPA
Salvo is an emulsifiable concentrate formulation intended for dilution in water for many applications. For certain specified applications, liquid fertilizer or oil may replace part or all of the water as diluent. If dry flowable (DF), wettable powder (WP) or flowable (F) tank mix products are to be used, these should generally be added to the spray tank before Salvo. Refer to mixing directions on tank mix product labels. For best results, thoroughly clean sprayer immediately after use by flushing system with water and heavy duty detergent such as Loveland Products, Inc. Tank & Equipment Cleaner.
Water Spray: To prepare a water spray mixture, fill clean spray tank about 1/2 to 2/3 full with clean water. Add required amount of
Salvo with agitation turned on. Continue agitation while adding balance of water and during spray operations. NOTE: This product
forms an emulsion in water and can separate upon prolonged standing. If spray mixture is allowed to stand, agitate it before use to
Liquid Fertilizer Spray: Due to increased risk of crop foliage burn with fertilizer, use only as recommended on this label or supplemental labeling distributed for Salvo. Use fertilizer rate recommended locally. Fill clean spray tank about 1/2 to 2/3 full with liquid nitrogen fertilizer (UAN or urea) solution. Add required amount of Salvo with vigorous agitation running. Continue agitation while adding balance of liquid fertilizer and during spray operations. Application should be made immediately. Overnight storage of mixture is not recommended. Application during very cold (near freezing) temperatures is not advisable because of the likelihood of cropinjury. Salvo is formulated to be compatible with most liquid nitrogen solutions, however, due to variability in fertilizers, users may wish to perform a jar compatibility test before large scale mixing.
Oil Spray: Use only as recommended on this label or supplemental labeling distributed for Salvo. Fill clean spray tank about 1/2 to 2/3 full with diesel oil, fuel oil, stove oil or other suitable oil. Add required amount of Salvo with agitation turned on. Continue agitation while adding balance of oil. The resulting mixture is a solution and will generally remain uniform without agitation once mixed. However, agitation is suggested if available. Do not allow any water to get into the spray mixture to avoid formation of an invert emulsion (mayonnaise consistency).
Water Spray With Oil: Use only as recommended on this label or supplemental labeling distributed for Salvo. Where a combination
of water and oil diluent is recommended, the use of emulsifiable crop oil or crop oil concentrate is suggested since mild agitation will be sufficient. Mix in the sequence of water, Salvo, and oil. If diesel or other nonemulsified oils listed above under “Oil Spray” are desired for use with water, add no more than 1.0 quart of such oil per 1.0 gallon of water and agitate vigorously until tank is emptied. If possible, premix nonemulsified oil with Salvo and add this premix to a mostly filled spray tank with agitation on. Otherwise, mix in the sequence of water, Salvo, and oil with agitation on. Follow these procedures carefully to avoid formation of an invert emulsion (mayonnaise consistency).
For all types of applications, use calibrated spray equipment to assure applying the recommended amount of Salvo spray mixture per acre. Use sufficient spray volume within the ranges specified to obtain good coverage of weeds. Salvo is absorbed sufficientlywithin 1 hour after application to provide adequate weed control.
Ground Broadcast Spray: Unless otherwise specified in the appropriate crop or noncrop directions, apply Salvo in 5.0 or more gallons of spray solution per acre. Use enough spray volume to provide uniform coverage of weeds, taking into account the amount of vegetation present and the type of application equipment to be used. As crop canopy and weed density increase, a higher spray volume may be needed for equivalent coverage and weed control. Typical crop applications utilize 10.0 to 50.0 gallons of spray per acre while certain high volume noncrop applications may utilize more than 100 gallons per acre. Use coarse sprays to minimize potential spray drift. Do not apply with hollow cone nozzles or other nozzles that produce fine spray droplets. Boom sprayers with flat fan or low volume flood nozzles are generally most suitable for ground broadcast applications.
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