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It is a violation of federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. Targa must be used only in accordance with instructions on this label or in separate published Nissan instructions.
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.

Agricultural Uses
TARGA herbicide is a selective postemergence herbicide that controls annual and perennial grasses in canola, crambe, cotton, dry beans, dry and succulent peas, flax, lentils, mint (spearmint and peppermint), snap beans, soybeans, sugarbeets, sunflowers, preplant applications to barely and wheat, perennial ryegrass grown for seed, fallow and noncrop areas. TARGA does not control sedges or broadleaf weeds. Applied at specified rates and timings, TARGA controls the grasses listed in the "Weeds Controlled and Rate Selection" chart. See PRECAUTIONS for seasonal use limits, and harvest intervals for the specific crop.

For Use In Gross Control In Non-Food/Non-Feed
TARGA Tolerant Perennial Ryegrass Crops Grown Only For Seed Production TARGA is registered for control of annual and perennial grasses in non food/non feed TARGA tolerant perennial ryegrass crops grown specifically for seed production in the state of Minnesota. See "Restrictions" portion of this label before using. TARGA will control emerged grasses when applied at specified rates and timings. Subsequent flushes of grasses require additional treatment.

How To Use
Apply TARGA at 10 fluid ounces/acre prior to the boot stage in the spring of the second year of TARGA tolerant perennial ryegrass growth. Application at this stage is for vegetative suppression of quackgrass growth and preventing quackgrass seed contamination during ryegrass harvest.
• Application of TARGA at 10 fluid ounces/acre may be made in the first season of TARGA tolerant perennial ryegrass growth for control of heavier quackgrass infestations. Such applications can be made anytime from planting until the end of August.
• Fall application of TARGA should be avoided on TARGA tolerant perennial ryegrass because seed production may be reduced.

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