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It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Read entire label before using this product. 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.

NOTE: When using on grains and flax - do not forage or graze dairy and meat animals on treated areas within 7 days of slaughter. Also, except for small underseeded grains, use at least 8.0 to 10.0 gallons of water per acre for ground application and at least 1.0 to 5.0 gallons of water per acre for aerial application. Wheat, barley and oats treated with MCPA may be replanted with any crop specified on an MCPA label or any crop for which a residue tolerance exists for MCPA. For crops not listed on an MCPA label, or on crops for which no residue tolerances for MCPA have been established, a 60-day plantback interval must be observed.

WHEAT, BARLEY, AND RYE: (For small grains underseeded with legumes, see the small grains paragraph below) Spring planted - not seeded to legumes. Apply as a water mix spray by ground sprayer or airplane. Use 0.33 to 1.0 pint of this product per acre for the more susceptible weeds and up to 1.15 pints per acre for less susceptible weeds. Treat when fully tillered grains have reached 3- to 4-leaf stage (8 to 10 inches tall). Do not spray grain in the boot to dough stage.
Fall Planted - Fall application - not seeded to legumes. The safest time to treat is when fall planted small grains are fully tillered and have reached 3- to 4-leaf to the boot stage (8 to 10 inches tall). Infestations of broadleaf weeds germinating in fall and winter may, however, justify treatment at an earlier stage. Fall planted wheat, barley, or rye can be sprayed with 0.33 to 0.75 pint of this product per acre from the 3- to 4-leaf stage to the boot stage. Spring application - Apply in early spring when annual broadleaf weeds are small and grain is fully tillered but before grain is in the jointed stage.

WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, OATS: Underseeded with Alfalfa, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Lespedeza, Red and White Clover: For emergency control of serious infestations of Mustard, Yellow rocket, and other susceptible broadleaf weeds, apply 3.0 to 6.0 ounces in not more than 1.0 to 10.0 gallons of water per acre. Make application after cereal is well tillered (4 to 8 inches tall) and before reaching boot stage. The nurse crop and weeds should provide a protecting canopy which, together with the use of low gallonage applied at low pressure, will reduce the risk of damage to the legumes. Do not apply to small grains underseeded with Vetch or Sweet clover, which are very susceptible. There is also some risk to other legumes if only thinly protected by a canopy. Only 1 application is permitted per crop season.

OATS: Spray after oats are fully tillered (4 to 6 inches tall) but before they are in the boot to dough stage. Apply the lower rate of 6.0 ounces where annual weeds are the problem, the higher rate of 0.75 pint for perennial weeds.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS FOR USE ON BARLEY, OATS, RYE, AND WHEAT: Do not apply more than 1.15 pints per acre per year (0.75 pound acid equivalent per acre per year).

FLAX: Use 3.0 to 6.0 ounces per acre. Use lower rate where susceptible weeds such as Mustard are the main problem. Use higher rate when weeds such as Pigweed, Lambsquarters, Stinkweed, Ragweed, and Cocklebur are the problem. Apply only when weeds are up and when flax is 2 to 8 inches high and before it comes into bud. Treatment after early bud stage may result in severe damage. If Canada thistle is present, it may be necessary to go as high as 0.375 pint per acre to prevent seed head production. Some injury to flax may result.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS FOR USE ON FLAX: Do not apply more than 0.375 pint per acre per year (0.25 pound acid equivalent per acre per year).

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Winter oats
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Winter oats
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