Herbicide for weed control in asparagus, barley, conservation reserve programs, corn (field, pop, seed, silage), cotton (preplant), fallow croplands, general farmstead (noncropland), grass grown for seed, hay, oats, pasture, proso millet, rangeland, sorghum, soybean, sugarcane, triticale, turf and wheat.
VISION herbicide is an emulsifiable formulation intended for control or suppression of many annual, biennial, and perennial broadleaf weeds as
well as woody brush and vines listed in Table 1. VISION may be used for control of these weeds in asparagus, corn (field, pop, seed, silage), cotton (preplant), conservation reserve programs, fallow cropland, grass grown for seed, hay, pasture, proso millet, rangeland, general farmstead (non-cropland), small grains, sorghum, soybean, sugarcane, and turf.
MODE OF ACTION
VISION is readily absorbed by plants through shoot and root uptake, translocates throughout the plant’s system, and accumulates in areas of active growth. VISION interferes with the plant’s growth hormones (auxins) resulting in death of many broadleaf weeds.
CLEANING SPRAY EQUIPMENT
Clean application equipment thoroughly by using a strong detergent or commercial sprayer cleaner according to the manufacturer’s directions and then triple rinsing the equipment before and after applying this product.
VISION can be applied to actively growing weeds with aerial, broadcast, band, or spot spray applications using water or sprayable fertilizer as a carrier. For VISION application rates for control or suppression by weed type and growth stage see Table 2. For crop-specific application rates, timing, directions for use, precautions and restrictions, refer to section “VI. Crop-Specific Information”. To avoid uneven spray coverage, VISION must not be applied during periods of gusty wind or when wind is in excess of 15 mph. Avoid off-target movement. Use extreme care when applying VISION to prevent injury to desirable plants and shrubs.
Do not cultivate within 7 days after applying VISION.
SENSITIVE CROP PRECAUTIONS
VISION herbicide may cause injury or death to desirable crops and ornamental plants, particularly beans, cotton, flowers, fruit trees, grapes, ornamentals (trees and shrubs), peas, potatoes, soybeans, sunflowers, tobacco, tomatoes, and other broadleaf plants when their roots, stems, or foliage are exposed to low levels. These plants are most sensitive to VISION™ during their development or growth stage. Use coarse sprays (volume median diameter of 400 microns or more) to avoid potential herbicide drift. Select nozzles that are designed to produce minimal amounts of fine spray particles (less than 200 microns). Examples of nozzles designed to produce coarse sprays via ground applications are Delavan Raindrops, Spraying Systems XR (excluding 1100 tips) flat fans, Turbo Teejets Turbo Floodjets, or large capacity flood nozzles such as D10, TK10, or greater capacity tips. Keep the spray pressure at or below 20 psi and the spray volume at or above 20 gallons per acre, unless otherwise required by the manufacturer of drift-reducing nozzles. Consult your spray nozzle supplier concerning the choice of drift-reducing nozzles. Agriculturally approved drift-reducing additives may be used.
AERIAL APPLICATION METHODS AND EQUIPMENT
Water Volume: Use 1–10 gallons of water per acre for post harvest use. Use 2–20 gallons of diluted spray per treated acre for preharvest uses. Use the higher spray volume when treating dense or tall vegetation.
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