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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with the terms of this label. 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 in your State responsible for pesticide regulation.

SOLIDA herbicide must be used only in accordance with instructions on this label or in separate published labeling. FMC Corporation will not be responsible for losses or damage resulting from the use of this product in any manner not specifically instructed by FMC Corporation. SOLIDA herbicide is a water-soluble granule formulation that selectively controls certain grass and broadleaf weeds in pome fruit, citrus fruit, tree nut, stone fruit, and grape crops which have been established for at least one full growing season, and in blueberries and caneberries. SOLIDA herbicide also selectively controls certain grass and broadleaf weeds in potatoes, potatoes grown for seed, and field-grown tomatoes (direct-seeded and transplant). SOLIDA herbicide can be used for restoration of rangeland infested with invasive weed species and along roadsides and highway medians, at industrial plant sites, utility substations, and other nonagricultural or non-cropland sites. SOLIDA herbicide has postemergence and residual (preemergence to weeds) activity. Rainfall or sprinkler irrigation is needed within 2 weeks of application to activate SOLIDA herbicide in the soil. For the most effective weed control, rainfall or sprinkler irrigation is needed within 5 to 7 days after application to move SOLIDA herbicide into the soil. The best postemergence control is obtained when SOLIDA herbicide is applied to young, actively growing weeds. The degree and duration of control may depend on the following:
• weed spectrum and infestation intensity
• weed size at application
• environmental conditions at and following treatment.SOLIDA herbicide is registered for use in most states. Check with your state extension service or Department of Agriculture before use to be certain SOLIDA herbicide is registered in your state.

To broaden the weed control spectrum and/or extend the residual effectiveness of SOLIDA herbicide, SOLIDA herbicide may be tank mixed with other registered herbicides affecting a different site of action (mode of action) and/or adjuvants registered for use on the crops listed on SOLIDA herbicide labeling. Refer to the label(s) of the tank mix partners for any additional use instructions or restrictions. Do not use SOLIDA herbicide in a spray solution with additives that buffer the pH to below 4.0 or above 8.0, as degradation of SOLIDA herbicide may occur.

Tank Mix Compatibility Testing
Perform a jar test prior to tank mixing to ensure compatibility of SOLIDA herbicide and other pesticides. Use a clear quart jar with lid and mix the tank mix ingredients in their relative proportions. Invert the jar containing the mixture several times and observe the mixture for approximately ½ hour. If the mixture balls-up, forms flakes, sludge, gel, oily film or layers, or other precipitates, it is not compatible and the tank mix combination should not be used.

SOLIDA herbicide should be applied as a uniform broadcast application to the orchard or vineyard floor or as a uniform band application directed at the base of the trunk or vine. For broadcast applications, make a single application of SOLIDA herbicide at 4 ounces per acre per year. For improved weed management, SOLIDA herbicide should be applied in tank mixture with other registered preemergence herbicides.
When applied as a banded treatment (50% band or less), SOLIDA herbicide may be applied twice a year. However, do not apply more than 4 ounces per acre on a broadcast application basis per year. Unless otherwise specified on this label, allow a minimum of 30 days between applications. To help ensure uniform coverage, use a minimum of 10 gallons of spray solution per acre. Nozzle selection should meet manufacturer’s spray volume and pressure instructions for preemergence or postemergence herbicide applications.
Do not apply SOLIDA herbicide by air. Use ground application equipment only.
Apply only to crops that have been established for one full growing season and are in good health and vigor.
Best results are obtained when the soil is moist at the time of application, and ½ inch of rainfall or sprinkler irrigation occurs within 2 weeks after application. Time the application(s) to take advantage of normal rainfall patterns and cool temperatures. Moisture for activation should occur within 2-3 weeks after application. SOLIDA herbicide may also be applied by certain chemigation methods,
such as microsprinkler. However, do not apply by overhead, flood, or drip irrigation. Avoid direct or indirect spray contact with crop foliage or fruit, except undesirable suckers. Do not use SOLIDA herbicide in a spray solution with a pH of below 4.0 or above 8.0 with spray additives that buffer the pH to below 4.0 or above 8.0, since degradation of SOLIDA herbicide may occur.

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Pome fruits
Stone fruit