CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

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ACTIVE INGREDIENT:

BY WT.

*Clethodim ... 26.4%

OTHER INGREDIENTS:

... 73.6%

TOTAL

...100.0%

Contains Petroleum Distillates

(ethylthio)propyl]-3-hydroxy-2-cyclohexen-1-one

Contains 2.0 lbs. clethodim per gal.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

WARNING - AVISO

See booklet for additional Precautionary Statements, First Aid and complete Directions for Use Si usted no entiende la etiqueta, busque a alguien para que se la explique a usted en detalle.

(If you do not understand the label, find someone to explain it to you in detail.)

For chemical emergency: spill, leak, fire, exposure, or accident,

call CHEMTREC 1-800-424-9300.

For PRODUCT USE information Call (662) 429-7621

EPA Reg. No. 83222-30 EPA Est. No. 070989-MO-001

Manufactured for:

Direct Ag Source, LLC

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CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

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PREC

AUTIONAR

Y ST

A

TEMENTS

HAZARDS TO HUMANS & DOMESTIC ANIMALS

W

ARNING

Causes substantial but temporar

y eye irrita

tion.

Avoid contact with skin.

Do not get in eyes,

on skin, or on c lothing. Harmful if swallo wed. Avoid brea thing va

pors or spray mist.

Prolonged or frequently repea

ted skin contact may cause allergic reactions in

some individuals.

FIRST AID

If in eyes:

%

Hold eye open and rinse slo

wly and gently with wa

ter for 15-20 minutes.

%

Remove contact lenses,

if present,

after the first 5 minutes,

then continue rinsing eye.

%

Call a poison control center or doctor for trea

tment advice.

If on skin

or c

lothing:

%

Take off contamina

ted c

lothing.

%

Rinse skin immedia

tely with plenty of wa

ter for 15-20 minutes.

%

Call a poison control center or doctor for trea

tment advice.

If swallowed:

%

Immedia

tely call a poison control center or doctor

.

%

Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by the poison control center or doctor

.

%

Do not give an

y liquid to the person.

%

Do not give an

ything by mouth to an unconscious person.

HO

T LINE NUMBER

Ha

ve the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor

, or going for trea

tment. Y ou may al so contact 1-800-892-0099 for emergenc y medical trea tment informa tion. NO TE TO PHY SICIANS

Ingestion of this product or subsequent vomiting can result in aspira

tion of light hydrocarbon liquid,

which can cause pneumoni

tis.

If ingested,

probable mucosal dama

ge may contraindica

te the use of gastric la

va

ge.

PERSONAL PRO

TECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE):

Some ma

terials tha

t are chemical-resistant to this product are listed belo

w

. If you want more options,

follo w the instructions for ca tegor y G on an EP A chemical resistance ca tegor y selection chart.

Applicators and other handlers must wear:

sLONGSLEEVEDSHIRTANDLONGPANTS sCHEMICALRESISTANTGLOVESSUCHAS"ARRIER,AMINA TEOR 6ITON * 14 mils. sSHOESPLUSSOCKS AND sPROTECTIVEEYEWEAR

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Discard c

lothing and other absorbent materials that have been drenched or heavily contaminated with this product’

s

concentrate.

Do not reuse them.

F

ollo

w manufacturer’

s instructions for c

leaning/maintaining PPE.

If no such instructions for

washables exist,

use detergent and hot wa

ter

. Keep and wash PPE separa

tely from other laundr

y.

USER SAFETY RECOMMEND

A

TIONS

Users should: s 7 ASHHANDSBEFOREEA TING DRINKING CHEWINGGUM USINGTOBAC COORUSINGTHETOILET s2EMOVEC LOTHINGIMMEDIA TELYIFPESTICIDEGETSINSIDE 4HENW ASHTHOROUGHLYANDPUTONC LEANC LOTHING s 2EMOVEC LOTHING00%IMMEDIA TELYAFTERHANDLINGTHISPRODUCT 7 ASHTHEOUTSIDEOFGLOVESBEFOREREMOVING !SSOONASPOSSIB LE

wash thoroughly and change into c

lean c lothing. ENVIRONMENT AL HAZARDS: Do not a pply directly to wa ter

, to areas where surface wa

ter is present or to intertidal areas belo

w the mean high wa

ter mark.

Do not

a

pply where runoff is likely to occur

. Do not a

pply where wea

ther conditions fa

vor drift from areas trea

ted.

Do not contamina

te

wa

ter

when disposing of equipment washwa

ter or rinsa te. 4HE USE OF THIS PRODUCT MAY POSE A HAZARD TO THE FEDERALLY DESI GNA TED ENDANGERED SPECIES OF 3OLANO 'RASS AND 7ILD 2ICE 5SE OF THIS

product is prohibited in the follo

wing areas where the species are kno

wn to exist: 3OLANO'RASS 3OLANO #OUNTY #ALIFORNIA THE VERNAL LAKES ARE A BOUNDED BY THE 5NION 0ACIlC 2AILROAD AND (ASTINGS 2OAD TO THE NORTH (IGHWAYTOTHEEAST (IGHWAYTOTHESOUTH AND 4RA VIS !IR& ORCE"ASETOTHEWEST 7ILD2ICE (AYS#OUNTY 4 EXAS PHY SIC AL OR CHEMIC AL HAZARDS: Combustible.

Do not use or store near hea

t or open flame.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

)TISAVIOLA

TIONOF&

EDERAL,A

WTOUSETHISPRODUCTINAMANNE

RINCONSISTENTWITHITSLABELING

READ ENTIRE LABEL AND P

AMPHLET

. USE STRICTL

Y IN ACCORD

ANCE WITH PREC

AUTIONAR

Y ST

A

TEMENTS AND DIRECTIONS,

AND WITH APPLIC

ABLE ST

A

TE AND FEDERAL REGULA

TIONS.

Do not a

pply this product in a way tha

t will contact workers or other persons,

either directly or through drift.

Only protected

handlers

may be in the area during a

pplica

tion.

F

or an

y requirements specific to your Sta

te or Tribe, consult the a genc y responsible for pesticide regula tion.

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AGRICUL

TURAL USE REQUIREMENTS

5SE THIS PRODUCT ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH ITS LABELING AND WITH THE 7 ORKER 0ROTECTION 3TANDARD #&2 PART 4HIS 3TANDARD CONTAINS

requirements for the protection of a

gricultural workers on farms,

forests, nurseries, and greenhouses, and handlers of a gricult ural pesticides.

It contains requirements for training,

decontamina tion, notifica tion, and emergenc y assistance.

It also contains spe

cific

instructions and exceptions pertaining to the sta

tements on this label about personal protective equipment (PPE),

and restricte d-entr y INTER VAL 4HEREQUIREMENTSINTHISBOXONLYA PPLYTOUSESOFTH ISPRODUCTTHA TARECOVEREDBYTHE 7 ORKER0ROTECTION3TANDARD

Do not enter or allo

w worker entr

y into trea

ted areas during the restricted entr

y inter

val (REI) of 24 hours.

00% REQUIRED FOR EARLY ENTR Y TO TREA TED AREAS THA T IS PERMITTED UNDER THE 7 ORKER 0ROTECTION 3TANDARD AND THA T INVOLVES CONTACT WITH AN YTHING THA T HAS BEEN TREA TED SUCH AS PLANTS SOIL OR WA TER IS COVERALLS CHEMICALRESISTANT GLOVES SUCH AS "ARRIER ,AM INA TE OR 6ITON * 14 mils,

shoes plus socks,

and protective eyewear

.

NON-AGRICUL

TURAL USE REQUIREMENTS

4HE REQUIREMENTS IN THIS BOX APPLY TO USES OF THIS PRODUCT THA TARE ./4 WITHIN THE SCOPE OF THE7 ORKER 0ROTECTION 3TANDARDS FO R AGRICULTURAL PESTICIDES #&2 0ART 4HE 703 APPLIES WHE N THIS PRODUCT IS USED TO PRODUCE AGRICULTURAL PLANTS ON FARMS forest, nurseries, or greenhouses.

Keep all unprotected persons out of opera

ting areas,

or vicinity where there may be drift.

Do not enter trea

ted areas without protective c

lothing until sprays ha

ve dried.

DISCLAIMER,

RISKS OF USING THIS PRODUCT

,

LIMITED W

ARRANTY AND LIMIT

A

TION OF LIABILITY

IMPOR

TANT

: Read the entire Label inc

luding this Disc

laimer

, Risks of Using this Product,

Limited W

arranty

, and Limitation

of Liability before using this product.

If the terms are not acceptable THEN DO NO

T USE THE PRODUCT

; rather

, return the

unopened product within 15 days of purchase for a refund of the purchase price.

RISKS OF USING THIS PRODUCT

4HE "UYER AND 5SER REFERRED TO COLLECTIVELY HEREIN ASh"UYERv OF THIS PRODUCT SHOULD BE AWARE THA T THERE ARE INHERENT UNINTE NDED risks associa

ted with the use of this product which are impossible to elimina

te.

These risks inc

lude,

but are not limited to,

i

njur

y to

plants and crops to which this product is a

pplied,

lack of control of the target pests or weeds,

resistance of the target pest

or weeds to this product, injur y caused by drift, and injur y to rota

tional crops caused by carr

yover in the soil.

Such risks of crop in

jur

y,

non-performance,

resistance,

or other unintended consequences are una

voidable and may result because of such factors as wea

ther , soil conditions, disease, moisture conditions, irriga tion practices,

condition of the crop a

t the time of a pplica tion, presence of other ma terials either a

pplied in the tank mix with this product or prior to a

pplica

tion of this product,

cultural practices or the m

anner of USEORA PPLICA TION ORA COMBINA TIONOFSUCHFACTORS ALLOFW HICHAREFACTORSBEYONDTHECONTROLOF $IRECT !G3OURCE ,,# 4 HE"UYER should be a ware tha

t these inherent unintended risks may reduce the har

vested yield of the crop in all or a portion of the trea

ted

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DISCLAIMER,

RISKS OF USING THIS PRODUCT

,

LIMITED W

ARRANTY AND LIMIT

A

TION OF LIABILITY

acrea

ge,

or otherwise affect the crop such tha

t additional care,

trea

tment and expense are required to take the crop to har

vest . )F THE "UYER CHOOSES NOT TO ACCEPT THESE RISKS 4(%. 4()3 02/$5 #4 3(/5,$ ./4 "% !00,)%$ "Y APPLYING THIS PRODUCT "UYER ACKNO WLEDGES AND ACCEPTS THESE INHERENT UNINTENDED RISKS !.$ 4/ 4(% &5,,%34 %84%.4 !,,/7%$ "9 ,! 7 !'2%%3 4(! 4 !,, 35#(2)3+3 !33/#)! 4%$ 7)4( 4(% !00,)#! 4)/. !.$53% !2% !335-%$ "9 4(%"59%2 $IRECT !G 3OURCE ,,# SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR LOSSES OR DA MA GES INC LUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF YIELD INCREASED EXPENSES OF

farming the crop or such incidental,

consequential or special dama

ges tha

t may be c

laimed) resulting from use of this product i

n an y MANNER NOT SET FORTH ON THE LABEL "UYER ASSUMES ALL RISKS ASS OCIA TED WITH THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT IN AN Y MANNER OR UNDER CON DITIONS

not specifically directed or a

pproved on the label.

LIMITED W ARRANTY $IRECT !G 3OURCE ,,# WARRANTS ONLY THA TTHIS PRODUCT CONFORMS TO THE CHEMICAL DESCRIPTION ON THE LABEL AND IS REASONABLY lT FOR THE purposes sta

ted in the label,

under a

vera

ge use conditions,

when used strictly in accordance with the

label and subject to the Risks

of Using This Product as described abo

ve.

T

o

the e

xtent consistent with applicable la

w AND AS SET FOR

TH ABOVE, DIRECT AG SOURCE, LLC MAKES NO O THER W ARRANTIES,

EITHER EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED

. No a gent or representa tive of Direct Ag 3OURCE ,,#OR3ELLERISAUTHORIZEDTOMAKEORCREA TEAN YOTHER EXPRESSORIMPLIEDWARRANTY LIMIT A TION OF LIABILITY To the fullest e xtent allowed by la w , Direct Ag Source,

LLC or Seller is not liable for an

y incidental,

consequential,

indirect

or special damages resulting from the use or handling of this product.

The limitation inc

ludes,

but is not limited to,

loss of

yield on all or an

y portion of the treated acreage,

increased care,

treatment or other e

xpenses required to take the crop to

har

vest,

increased finance charges or altered finance ratings,

emotional or mental distress and/or e

xemplar

y damages.

TO

THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LA

W

, THE EXCLUSIVE REMED

Y OF THE BUYER,

AND THE EXCLUSIVE MAXIMUM LIABILITY

OF DIRECT AG SOURCE,

LLC OR SELLER FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS,

LOSSES,

INJURIES OR D

AMAGES (INCLUDING CLAIMS

BASED ON BREACH OF W ARRANTY , CONTRACT , NEGLIGENCE, TOR T, STRICT LIABILITY OR O THER WISE) RESUL

TING FROM THE

USE OR HANDLING OF THIS PRODUCT SHALL BE THE RETURN OF THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THIS PRODUCT OR,

A

T

THE ELECTION

OF DIRECT AG SOURCE,

LLC OR SELLER,

THE REPLACEMENT OF THE PRODUCT

. PROMPT NO TICE OF CLAIM 4O THE EXTENT CONSISTENT WITH APPLICABLE LA W ALLO WING SUCH REQU IREMENTS $IRECT !G 3OURCE ,,# MUST BE PROVIDED NOTICE AS SOON AS "UYER HAS REASON TO BELIEVE IT MAY HA VE A CLAIM BUT IN NO EVEN T LA TER THAN TWENTYONE DAYS FROM DA TE OF PLANTING OR TWENTYO NE

days from the da

te of a pplica tion, whichever is la tter , so tha t an immedia

te inspection of the affected property and gro

wing cr ops can be made. 4O THE EXTENT CONSISTENT WITH APPLICABLE LA W IF "UYER DOES NOT NOTIFY $IRECT!G 3OURCE ,,# OF AN Y CLAIMS IN SUCH PERIOD IT SHALL BE

barred from obtaining an

y remed y. NO AMENDMENTS $IRECT !G 3OURCE ,,# AND 3ELLER OFFER THIS PRODUCT AND "UYER ACCEPTS IT SUBJECT TO THE FOREGOING $ISC LAIMER 2ISKS OF 5SING 4HIS 0RODUCT ,IMITED 7 ARRANTYAND,IMITA TIONOF,IABILITY WHICHMA YNOTBEMODIlEDBYAN YORALORWRITTENA GREEMENT (continued)

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TANK MIXES

NO

TICE: T

ank mixing or use of this product with an

y other product which is not specifically and e

xpressly authorized by the

label shall be the e

x

clusive risk of user

, applicator and/or application advisor

.

Read and follo

w the entire label of each product to be used in the tank mix with this product.

THE FOLLOWING ST

A

TEMENT ON CHEMIGA

TION WILL BE USED ONL

Y IF A SUPPLEMENT AL LABEL IS CREA TED .

CHEMIGA

TION

[Do not a

pply this product through an

y irriga

tion system unless the supplemental labeling on chemiga

tion is follo wed. Refer to SUPPLEMENTAL LABELING ENTITLED h !PPLICA TION OF %# (%2")#)$% /NIONS DR Y BULBS AND GREEN AND 'ARLIC BY #HEMIGA TIO Nv

for use directions for chemiga

tion.] -AY BE APPLIED TO ONIONS AND GARLIC BY SPRINKLER IRRIGA TION SYS TEMS $O NOT APPLY BY CHEMIGA TION TO AN Y OTHER CROP OR TO THIS CROP USING an

y other type of irriga

tion system.

GENERAL INFORMA

TION

&/253%/. !LFALFA !SPARA GUS "EAN DR Y AND 0EA SHELLED 1 "EAN AND 0EA SUCCULENT SHELLED 2 "ROCCOLI #ABBA GE #ANOLA #ARROT #AULImO WER AND OTHER (EAD AND 3TEM "RASSICA 6EGETABLES 3 , Celer y, Clover (gro wn in Idaho, Oregon and 7 ASHINGTON ONLY #ONIFERS #OTTON #RANBERR Y #UCUMBER %GGPLA NT AND OTHER &RUITING 6EGETABLES 4 & ALLO W ,AND AND OTHER NONPRODUCING AGRICULTURAL AREAS &LAX 'ARDEN "EE T 'ARLIC (ERBS 5 , Hops,

Horseradish (and other Root

6EGETABLES 6 ,EGUME 6EGETABLES EDIBLE PODDED ,ETTUCE (EAD AND ,EAF AND OTHER LEAFY GREENS 8 -ELONS INC LUDING #ANTALOUPES AND 7 ATERMELONS 9 -INT -USTARD 'REENS AND OTHER LEAFY BRASSICA GREENS 10 -USTARD 3EED .ON "EARING &OOD #ROPS .ON#ROP OR .ON0LANTED !REAS /NIONS DR Y BULB AND GREEN /RNAMENTALS 0 EANUT INC LUDING PERENNIAL 0 EPPERS BELL AND NONBELL 0 OTA TO 2ADISH 2HUBAR B AND OTHER ,EAF 0ETIOLES 11 , Safflo wer , Sesame, Shallots (dr

y bulbs and green),

Squash (inc luding Pumpkins) 9 3O YBEANS 3TRA WBERR Y 3UGAR "EET 3UNmO WER 3WEET 0OTA TO Toma to and

Yam (and other

Tuberous and Corm

6EGETABLES

12

,

Not for use in California

1 /THER "EAN $R Y AND 0EA 3HELLED CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE "EAN Lupinus spp.), grain, SWEET WHITE AND WHITE SWEET "EAN Phaseolus SPP lELD KIDNEY LIMA DR Y N AV Y PINTO AND TEPAR Y "EAN Vigna spp.), adzuki bean, black-eyed pea, ca tjang, co wpea, cro wder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, Southern pea, urd bean, broad (dr y), chickpea (garbanzo), guar

, lablab bean and lentil; P

ea (

Pisum

spp.),

field and pigeon

2 /THER "EAN AND 0EA 3UCCULENT 3HELLED CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDES "EAN Lupinus spp.), GRAIN S WEET WHITE AND WHITE SWEET "EAN Phaseolus SPP lELD KIDNEY LIMA DR Y N AV Y PINTO AND TEPAR Y "EAN Vigna spp.), adzuki bean, black-eyed pea, ca tjang, co wpea, cro wder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, Southern pea, urd bean, broad (dr y) , chickpea (garbanzo), guar

, lablab bean and lentil; P

ea (

Pisum

spp.),

field and pigeon

3 /THER HEAD AND STEM BRASSICA VEGETABLES APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE #HINESE BROCCOLI "RUSSELS sprouts, Chinese (na pa) cabba ge, Chinese mustard, ca

valo broccolo and kohlrabi.

4 /THER &RUITING 6EGETABLES EXCEPT TOMA TO APPROVED FOR USE WIT H %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE EGGPLANT GROUNDCHERR Y pepino,

peppers (all) and toma

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5 /THER (ERB CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$ % INC LUDE ANGELICA BALM BASIL BORA GE BURNET CAMOMILE ca tnip, cher vil (dried), chive, Chinese chive, c lar y, coriander (leaf), costmar y, culantro (leaf), curr y (leaf), dill (dill weed ), horehound, hyssop, la vender , lova ge (leaf), marigold, marjoram ( origanum spp.), nasturtium, parsley (dried), penn yro yal, rosemar y, rue, sa ge and sa vor

y, summer and winter

. 6 /THER ROOT VEGETABLES APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2 ")#)$% INC LUDE BURDOCK EDIBLE CELERIAC CHER VIL TURNIPROOT ED chicor y; ginseng; parsley

, turnip-rooted; parsnip; radish,

oriental; rutaba

ga; salsify; salsify

, black; salsify , Spanish; skirr et and turnip. 7 /THER %DIBLE 0ODDED ,EGUME 6EGETABLE CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WI TH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE "EAN Phaseoulus spp.), RUNNER SNA P AND WAX "EAN Vigna spp.), aspara gus, Chinese longbean, moth, y ardlong, jackbean; P ea ( Pisum spp.), dwarf, edible-pod, sno w , sugar sna p, pigeon and s word bean. 8 /THER ,EAFY 'REENS CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE AMARANTH #HINESE SPINACH LEAFY AMARANTH and tampala), arugula (roquette), cher vil, chr ysanthemum (edible-lea

ved and garland),

corn salad, cress (garden, yello w rock an d winter), dandelion, dock (sorrel), endive (escarole),

lettuce (head and leaf),

orach,

parsley

, purslane (garden and winter),

ra dicchio REDCHICOR Y SPINACH.EW:EALANDAND 6INE)NDIANANDMALABA R 9 /THERCUCURBITCROPSA PPROVEDFOR USEWITH#,%4(/$)-%#(%2" )#)$%INC LUDE #HAYOTEFRUIT #HINESE 7 AX'OURD #ITRON-ELON %DIBLE'OURD 'HERKINAND-USKMELONSALL INC LUDING(ONEYDEW-ELON 10 /THER LEAFY BRASSICA GREENS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE BROCCOLI RAAB #HINESE BOK CHO Y CABBA GE collards, kale, mizuna, mustard greens, mustard spinach, ra

pe greens and turnip greens.

11 /THER LEAF PETIOLE CROPS APPROVED FOR USE WITH %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE CARDOON CELTUCE #HINESE CELER Y &LORENCE fennel,

and Swiss chard.

12 /THER TUBER AND CORM VEGETABLES APPROVED FOR USE WITH #,%4(/$) %# (%2")#)$% INC LUDE ARRACACHA ARRO WROOT #HINESE artichoke, Jerusalem artichoke, edible burdock, edible canna, bitter and s weet cassa va, chayote (root), chufa, dasheen (taro), ginger , leren, tanier

, turmeric and bean y

am. %# (%2")#)$% IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON VEGETABL E CROPS BEING GRO WN FOR SEED PRODUCTION UNLESS SPECIlC USE DIRE CTIONS are provided. #,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ISASELECTIVEPOSTEMERGENCEHERBICIDE FORCONTROLOFANNUALANDPERENNIALGRASSES #,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%DOESNOTCONTROLSEDGESORBROADLEAFW EEDS 2EPEA TED USE OF %# (%2")#)$% OR SIMILAR POSTEMERGE NCE GRASS HERBICIDES WITH THE SAME MODE OF ACTION MAY LEAD TO the selection of na

turally occurring biotypes tha

t are resistant to these products in some grass species.

If poor performance occurs and cannot be a

ttributed to adverse wea

ther or a

pplica

tion conditions,

a resistant biotype may be pr

esent.

This is most likely to occur in fields where other control stra

tegies such as crop rota

tion,

mechanical removal,

and other c

lass

es of

herbicides are not used from year to year

. $O NOT ALLO W %# (%2")#)$% TO COME IN CONTACT WITH DESIRABLE GRASS CROPS SUCH AS CORN RICE SORGHUM SMALL GRAINS OR TURF AS THESE AND OTHER GRASS CROPS WILL BE INJURED OR KILLED -INOR LEAF SPOTTING MAY OCCUR ON TREA TED PLANTS UNDER CERTAIN ENVIRONMENTAL conditions. New folia ge is not affected.

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Control Symptoms

Trea

ted grass weeds sho

w a reduction in vigor and gro

wth.

Early chlorosis/necrosis of younger plant tissue is follo

wed by a pro gressive COLLA PSE OF THE REMAINING FOLIA GE 3YMPTOMS WILL GENERALLY BE OBSER VED IN TO DAYS AFTER APPLICA TION DEPENDING ON GRASS SPECIES trea

ted and environmental conditions.

APPLIC

A

TION INFORMA

TION

T iming of Applications !PPLY %# (%2")#)$% POSTEMERGENCE TO ACTIVELY GRO WIN G GRASSES ACCORDING TO RA TE TABLE ! PPLICA TIONS MADE TO GRASS

plants stressed by insufficient moisture,

or hot or cold tempera

tures,

or to grass plants exceeding recommended gro

wth sta ges ma y result in unsa tisfactor y control. Do not a

pply under these conditions.

)N ARID REGIONS WHERE IRRIGA TION IS USED TO SUPPLEMENT LIMITED RAINFALL %# (%2")#)$% SHOULD BE APPLIED AS SOON AS POSSIBLE AFTER IRRIGA TION WITHIN DAYS )N ARID REGIONS A SECOND APPLICA TION OF %# (%2")#)$% WILL GENERALLY PROVIDE MORE EFFECTIVE CONTROL OF PERENNIAL GRASS WEEDS THAN A SINGLE APPLIC ATION -AKE SECOND APPLICA TION TO ACTIVELY GRO WING GRASS TO WEEKS

after emergence of new gro

wth. #ULTIVA TION OF TREA TED GRASSES DAYS PRIOR TO OR WITHIN DAYS AFTER APPLICA TION OF %# (%2")#)$% MAY REDUCE WEED CONTROL $/./4 !00, 9#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%IFRAINFALLISEXPECTEDW ITHINONEHOUR SINCECONTROLMAYBEREDUCED

ADDITION OF ADJUV

ANT OR CROP OIL CONCENTRA

TE

CROP ADJUV ANT !LFALFA #OTTON "EANDR Y 0 EASHELLED %DIBLE0 ODDED,EGUME 6EGETABLES 0 EANUTS INC LUDINGPERENNIAL 0 OTA TO 3O YBEAN "EAN 0 EASUCCULENTSHELLED 3UGAR"EETAND Sunflo wer !L WAYSUSEACROPOILCONCENTRA TEA TQT!BYGROUNDOR VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) in the finished spray volume by air

. TOQTS!OFLIQUIDFERTILIZER .OR. OR ANEQUIVALENTAMOUNT TOLBS! OFSPRAYGRADEAMMONIUMSULFA TE!-3 MAYB EADDEDTO #,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%A PPLICA TIONS INADDITIONTOTHERECOM MENDEDRA TEOF CROPOILCONCENTRA TE 4HEADDITIONOF !-3HASSHO WNIMPROVEDGR ASSCONTROLFOR

difficult to control species inc

luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Aspara gus, Canola, Carrot, Clover , Cranberr y, #UCURBITS &LAX & RUITING 6EGETABLESEXCEPT 4OMA TO 'ARDEN"EET 'ARLIC (EAD3TEM "RASSICA 6EGETABLES (ERBS (OPS ,EAF 0ETIOLES ,EAFY"RASSICA'REENS ,EAFY 'REENS -INT -USTARD3EED /NION$R Y "ULB'REEN 2OOT 6EGETABLES 3AFmO WER 3ESAME 3HALLOTS$R Y"ULB'REEN 3TRA WBERR Y3WEET0 OTA TO9 AMOTHER 4UBEROUSAND#ORM 6EGETABLESEXCEPT P ota to) and Toma to !L WAYSUSEACROPOILCONCENTRA TEA TVVINTHElNISHEDSPRA YVOLUMEUNLESSTANK

mix instructions indica

te otherwise.

Addition of liquid fertilizer is not recommended for these crops.

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9 CROP ADJUV ANT .ON"EARING& OOD#ROPS /RNAMENTAL0LANTS !DDANONIONICSURF ACTANTCONTAININGA TLEASTACTIVEINGREDIENTA TTHERA TEOF PT PERGALS VV 5SEOFCROPOILCONCENTRA TEISNO TRECOMMENDEDSINCEIT

may injure flo

wers and folia

ge. Conifer T rees, &ALLO W,ANDANDOTHERNONPRODUCING a gricultural areas), and Non-Crop or Non-planted Areas !L WAYSUSEACROPOILCONCENTRA TECONTAININGA TLEASTEMULS IlERA TVVBUT

not less than 1 pt./A) in the finished spray volume.

!CCEPTABLE CROP OIL CONCENTRA TES WOULD BE THOSE THA T CONTAIN A MINIMUM OF OILS AND EMULSIlER ! CROP OIL CONCENTRA TE

must contain either a petroleum or vegetable oil base and must meet all the follo

wing criteria: be non phytotoxic, contain only EP A-exempt ingredients,

provide good mixing quality

, and be successful in local experience.

Highly refined vegetable oils ha

ve prove

n more

sa

tisfactor

y than unrefined vegetable oils.

Ground Application 5SE OF SUFlCIENT SPRAY VOLUMES AND PRESSURE IS ESSENTIAL TO ENS URE COMPLETE COVERA GE 5SE A MINIMUM OF GALS AND A MAXIMUM OF GALS OFSPRAYSOLUTIONPERACRE 5NDERTHEFOLLO WINGCONDIT IONSAMINIMUMOFGALS PERACREISREQUIRED ULTRANARRO WR OW COTTON narro w ro w so ybeans,

broadleaf herbicide tank mixes,

perennial grasses,

volunteer corn,

drought or stress conditions,

hea

vy gra

ss

pressure or when grasses are a

t or near maximum height.

F

ailure to use a minimum of 10 gals.

per acre under these conditions ca

n

result in poor covera

ge and reduced grass control requiring repea

t a

pplica

tions.

Spray pressures should reflect a minimum of 30

psi

and a maximum of 60 psi a

t the nozzle.

Do not use flood nozzles.

A

pplica

tions to onions (dr

y bulbs and green),

garlic,

and shallots (dr

y bulbs and green) should be made in a minimum of 20 gals

. of

spray solution per acre.

Air Application 5SE A MINIMUM OF GALS OF SPRAY SOLUTION PER ACRE UNLESS OTHE RWISE DIRECTED IN THIS LABEL )NCREASE SPRAY VOLUMES UP TO GALS AS GRASS OR CROP FOLIA GE BECOMES DENSE & OR ONIONS DR Y BULBS AND GREEN GARLIC OR SHALLOTS DR Y BULBS AND GREEN 7HEN APPLYIN G BY AIR do not exceed 8 fl. oz./A in a single a pplica tion. In California, air a pplica tions to onions,

garlic or shallots should be made

in a minimum

of 20 gals.

of spray solution per acre.

In sta

tes other than California,

air a pplica tion to onions, garlic, or shallots should be made in a minimum of 10 gals.

of spray solution per acre.

NO

TE: Crop injur

y may occur when CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE is applied to onions,

garlic or shallots with aerial equipment.

Spot T reatment 7HENUSINGHANDSPRAYERSOR HIGHVOLUMESPRAYERSUTILIZINGHAND GUNS MIXTO OZ TO OZ PERGAL #,%4(/$ )-%# (%2")#)$% AND TREA T TO WET VEGETA TION WHILE NOT ALLO WING RU NOFF OF SPRAY SOLUTION & OR USES REQUIRING CROP OIL CONCENTRA TE INC LUDE CROP OIL CONCENTRA TE AT OZ PER GAL BY VOLUME & OR US ES REQUIRING NONIONIC SURFACTANT INC LUDE NONIONIC SURFACTANT A T (0.33 oz.

per gal.) by volume.

NO

TE: If CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE is applied as a spot treatment,

care should be taken to not e

xceed the maximum rate

allowed on a

“per acre”

basis or crop injur

y may occur

.

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10

CHEMIGA

TION - ONION (Dr

y Bulb and Green) AND GARLIC

SPRINKLER IRRIGA

TION APPLIC

A

TION

s$ONOTAPPLY#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%BYCHEMIGATIONINTHES TATESOF)DAHO -ONTANA /REGONAND7 ASHINGTON !PPLY %# (%2")#)$% AT THE HIGH RA TE RECOMMENDED FOR ANNUAL GRASSES m OZ PER ACRE WHEN THE GRASS HEIGHT IS AT the lo

w end of the range (a

pplica

tion to larger grasses may not provide adequa

te control).

Add a crop oil concentra

te containin g a t least EMULSIlERA TQUARTPERACRE !PPLY %# (%2")#)$% IN TO ACREINCH OF WA TER EITHER AT THE END OF A REGULAR IRRIGA TION SET OR AS A SEPARA TE a pplica

tion not associa

ted with a regular irriga

tion using the least amount of wa

ter tha

t provides proper distribution and cove

ra

ge.

A

pplica

tion of more than label recommended quantities of irriga

tion wa

ter per acre may result in decreased product performance

by REMOVING THE CHEMICAL FROM THE ZONE OF EFFECTIVENESS 5SE A MET ERING DEVICE TO INJECT THE %# (%2")#)$% INTO THE IRRIGA TION wa ter a t a constant flo w . Constant a gita

tion must be maintained in the chemical supply tank during the entire period of herbicid

e

a

pplica

tion.

Inject the product with a positive displacement pump into the main line ahead of a right angle turn to ensure adeq

ua

te

mixing.

Allo

w time for all lines to flush the herbicide through all nozzles before turning off irriga

tion wa

ter

. T

o ensure the l

ines are flushed

and free of remaining herbicide,

a d

ye indica

tor may be injected into the lines to mark the end of the a

pplica tion period. )T IS NOT RECOMMENDED THA T %# (%2")#)$% BE APPLIED THROUGH AN IRRIGA TION SYSTEM CONNECTED TO A PUBLIC WA TER SYSTEM Public wa

ter system means a system for the provision to the public of piped wa

ter for human consumption,

if such system has a

t least

15 ser

vice connections or regularly ser

ves an a

vera

ge of a

t least 25 individuals daily a

t least 60 days out of the year

.

Use Precautions

1.

A

pply this product only through sprinkler irriga

tion systems inc

luding center pivot,

la teral move, end to w , side (wheel) ro ll, tra velers, big gun, solid set, or hand move. Do not a

pply this product through an

y other type of irriga

tion system.

2.

Crop injur

y, lack of effectiveness,

or illegal pesticide residues in the crop may result from non-uniform distribution of t

rea ted wa ter . 3. If you ha ve an

y questions about calibra

tion,

you should contact Sta

te Extension Ser vice specialists, equipment manufacturer s or other experts. 4.

Do not connect an irriga

tion system (inc

luding greenhouse systems) used for pesticide a

pplica

tion to a public wa

ter system

unless

the label-prescribed safety devices for public wa

ter supplies are in place.

5.

A person kno

wledgeable of the chemiga

tion system and responsible for its opera

tion or under super

vision of the responsible

person,

shall shut the system do

wn and make necessar

y adjustments should the need arise.

6.

The system must contain a functional check valve,

vacuum relief valve,

and lo w pressure drain a ppropria tely loca ted on the irriga

tion pipeline to prevent wa

ter source contamina

tion from backflo

w . 4HE PESTICIDE INJECTION PIPELINE MUST CONTAIN A FUNCTIONAL AUTOMA TIC QUICKC LOSING CHECK VALVE TO PREVENT THE mO W OF mUI D BACK to

ward the injection pump.

8.

The pesticide injection pipeline must also contain a functional,

normally c

losed solenoid-opera

ted valve loca

ted on the int

ake side

of the injection pump and connected to the system interlock to prevent fluid from being withdra

wn from the supply tank when the

irriga

tion system is either automa

tically or manually shut do

wn.

9.

The system must contain functional interlocking controls to automa

tically shut off the pesticide injection pump when the wa

ter

pump motor stops.

10.

The irriga

tion line or wa

ter pump must inc

lude a functional pressure s

witch which will stop the wa

ter pump motor when the

wa

ter

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11

11.

Systems must use a metering pump,

such as a positive displacement injection pump (e.g.,

dia

phra

gm pump) effectively design

ed

and constructed of ma

terials tha

t are compa

tible with pesticides and ca

pable of being fitted with a system interlock.

12.

Do not a

pply when wind speed fa

vors drift beyond the area intended for trea

tment.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS

Do not a

pply if rain is expected within 1 hour of a

pplica

tion as control may be unsa

tisfactor y. $O NOT APPLY A POSTEMERGENCE BROADLEAF HERBICIDE WITHIN ONE DAY FOLLO WING APPLICA TION OF %# (%2")#)$% OR REDUCED

grass control may result.

%# (%2")#)$% IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON VEGETABL E CROPS BEING GRO WN FOR SEED PRODUCTION UNLESS SPECIlC USE

directions are provided.

&OR CANOLA DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN m OZ OF %# ( %2")#)$% PER ACRE PER SEASON & OR CLOVER mAX MUSTARD SEED AND RADISH CROPS DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN m OZ OF %# (%2") #)$% LB AI PER ACRE PER SEASON & OR ALL OTHER CROPS D ONOT APPLY MORE THAN m OZ OF %# (%2")#)$% LB AI PER ACRE PER SEASON ! PPLICA TION ON ,ONG )SLAND .EW 9ORK IS RE STRICTED TONOMORETHANm OZ OF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%LB AI PERACREPERSEASON $O NOT APPLY MORE THAN m OZ! OF %# (%2")#)$% per application to the follo wing crops: aspara gus, brassica

vegetables (head and stem),

bean (succulent shelled),

carrot,

cranberr

y, cucurbits,

flax,

fruiting vegetables (except toma

to), g arden beet, green onion, herbs, hops, leaf petioles,

leafy brassica greens,

leafy greens,

legume vegetables (edible podded),

non-bear

ing food

crops,

pea (shelled),

pea (succulent shelled),

root vegetables,

safflo

wer

, sesame and stra

wberr

y. Do not a

pply more than 6 fl.

oz ./A OF %# (%2")#)$% PER APPLICA TION TO CANOLA OR MUSTAR D SEED & OR ALL OTHER CROPS DO NOT APPLY MORE THAN m OZ O F #,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%LB AI PERACREPERA PPLICA TION

Exceeding these rates may result in unacceptable crop injur

y. $O NOT APPLY UNDER CONDITIONS OF STRESS ! PPLYING %# (%2")#)$% UNDER CONDITIONS THA TDO NOT PROMOTE ACTIVE GRASS GRO WTH

will reduce herbicide effectiveness.

These conditions inc

lude drought, excessive wa ter , extremes in tempera ture, lo w humidity a nd

grasses either partially controlled or stunted from prior pesticide a

pplica

tions.

Grasses under these kinds of stressful condit

ions will not

ABSORBANDTRANSLOCA

TE#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%EFFECTIVELY

AN

DWILLBELESSSUSCEPTIBLETOHERBICIDEACTIVITY

Optimal perennial grass control can be obtained if rhizomes or stolons are cut up by preplant tilla

ge practices, (discing, plo w ing, etc.) to stimula

te maximum emergence of grass shoots.

Cultural practices,

such as continuous no-tilla

ge in which the perennial grass rhi

zomes

or stolons are not cut up,

result in a ver

y sta

ggered,

non-uniform weed emergence.

Due to this non-uniform weed emergence,

no f ewer THAN %# (%2")#)$% APPLICA TIONS PER SEASON PER YEA R ARE RECOMMENDED AT THE APPROPRIA TE WEEDGRO WTH STA GE RA TE

under continuous no-till conditions.

'RASSCROPSSUCHASCORN RICE SORGHUM SMALLGRAINS ORTURF ETC AREHIGHLYSENSITIVETO#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$% 7HILE ALL THE VEGETABLE CROPS ON THIS LABEL HA VE BEEN TESTED AN D ARE TOLERANT TO %# (%2")#)$% NOT ALL SPECIALTY VARIETIES OF THESE CROPS HA VE BEEN TESTED )T IS ADVISED THA T BEFORE AP PLYING %# (%2")#)$% TO SPECIALTY VARIETIES OF VEGETA BLE

crops on this label,

crop tolerance be investiga

ted first using a small section of the field.

It is possible tha t injur y symptoms can occur . Symptoms may a

ppear as leaf speckling or stunting.

Al

ways read and follo

w the restrictions and limita

tions for all products whether used alone or in a tank mix.

The most restrict

ive labeling

of an

y product used a

pplies in tank mixtures,

inc

luding all crop rota

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12 4ANKMIXESOF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ANDBROADLEAFHERBICIDES MAYRESULTINREDUCED GRASSCONTROL )F GRASSREGRO WTHOCCURS AN ADDITIONALA PPLICA TIONOF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%MAYBENECES SAR Y A VOID SPRA Y DRIFT $O NOT ALLO W SPRAY FROM GROUND OR AERIAL EQUIPMENT TO DRIFT ONT O ADJACENT LAND OR CROPS 7HEN DRIFT MAY BE A PROBLEM DO EVER YTHING

possible to reduce spray drift,

inc

luding:

s

Do not spray if wind speeds are or become excessive.

s

Do not spray if wind speed is 10 mph or grea

ter

. If sensitive crops or plants are do

wnwind,

extreme caution must be used under

all conditions.

s

Do not spray if winds are gusty

. s 5SE EXTREME CAUTION WHEN CONDITIONS ARE FA VORABLE FOR DRIFT HIGH TEMPERA TURES DROUGHT LO W RELA TIVE HUMIDITY ESPECIALLY WHEN

sensitive plants are loca

ted nearby

.

s

Do not a

pply when a tempera

ture inversion exists.

If inversion conditions are suspected,

consult with local wea

ther ser vices b efore making an a pplica tion. s

Further reductions in drift can be obtained by:

5SING LARGE DROPLET SIZE SPRAYS $O NOT USE NOZZLES THA TPRO DUCE SMALL DROPLETS /RIENT NOZZLES DO WNWARD AND SLIGHTLY BACKW ARD

as needed to reduce drift for ground a

pplica tions. /RIENTING NOZZLES STRAIGHT BACK WITH THE WINDSTREAM USING STRAIGHT STREAM ORIlCES FOR AERIAL APPLICA TIONS 5SE THE LO WEST NUMBER

of nozzles practical with the largest possible orifice size to obtain the minimum 3 GP

A volume.

A

pplica

tion height and boom leng

th

should be set according to manufacturer’

s instructions to minimize drift.

3.

Increasing the volume of spray mixture (for example,

a minimum of 10 GP

A for ground a

pplica

tions) by using higher flo

w ra te NOZZLES 5SINGLO WERPRESSUREWITHTHEA PPROPRIA TENOZZLETOOB TAINHIGHERVOLUMESWILLALSOREDUCEDRIFT 4. A pplying as c

lose to target plants as practical while maintaining a good spray pa

ttern for adequa

te covera

ge.

Do not apply under conditions involving possible drift to food,

forage or other plantings that might be damaged or the crops

thereof rendered unfit for sale,

use or consumption.

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Alf alf a inc luding: Sainfoin Holy Clover "IRDSFOOTTREFOIL (3) 15 days before grazing, feeding or har vesting

(cutting) for fora

ge or hay 6-16 fl. oz .(4) 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

(5)

Refer to tank mix partners for feeding,

grazing and har

vesting restrictions. (5,6) The addition OF !-3HASSHO WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

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13

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Asparagus 1 day 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Bean, Dr y inc luding: "EAN Lupinus spp.) Grain Sweet 7HITE 7HITE3WEET "EAN Phaseolus spp.) Field Kidney ,IMADR Y Na vy Pinto Tepar y "EAN Vigna spp.) !DZUKI"EAN "LACKEYED0 EA Ca tjang Co wpea Cro wder P ea -OTH"EAN -UNG"EAN 2ICE"EAN Southern P ea 5RD"EAN "ROADDR Y Chickpea (garbanzo) Guar ,ABLAB"EAN ,ENTIL 30 days 6-16 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Do not a

pply more than 16 fl.

oz./A per a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, r hizome J ohnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts,

volunteer cereals and volunteer corn.

(continued)

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14

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Bean, Succulent Shelled inc luding: "EAN Phaseolus spp.) "R OAD"EANSUCCULENT ,IMA"EANGREEN "EAN Vigna spp.) "LACKEYED0 EA Co wpea Southern P ea 21 days 6-8 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

Do not a

pply

more than one (1)

applica

tion per

acre per season.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, r hizome J ohnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts,

volunteer cereals and volunteer corn.

Beet, Garden 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

Brassica V

egetables,

Head & Stem

inc luding: "ROCCOLI "RUSSELSSPROUTS Cabba ge Cauliflo wer 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Canola DAYS 4-6 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply after crop has begun

bolting.

Crop injur

y may occur when

#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ISA

PPLIED

during the bloom period.

Do not a

pply more than 6 oz./A in a

single a pplica tion. Do not exceed 6 fl. oz./A in a season. Carrot 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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15

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Clo ver 15 days before grazing, feeding, or har

vesting (cutting) for

fora ge or hay 6-16 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. For use on c lover gro wn in the sta tes of )DAHO /REGONAND 7 ASHINGTONONLY Do not exceed 16 fl. oz./A in a season. Cotton 60 days 6-16 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Do not graze trea

ted fields or feed

trea ted fora ge or hay to livestock. 4HEADDITIONOF !-3 HASSHO WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Cranberr y 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. $ONOTA PPLYBETWEENTHE hHOOKv STA GE

and full fruit set.

For repea

t a

pplica

tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Cucurbits inc luding: Chayote (fruit) #HINESE 7 AX'OURD #ITRON-ELON Cucumber Gherkin Gourd, Edible -USKMELONSALL inc luding: Cantaloupes (ONEYDEW-ELON Pumpkin Squash (all) 7 ATERMELON 14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Fallow Land

Conifer T

rees

(and other non-producing

agricultural areas) Non-Crop or Non-Planted Areas N/A 6-16 fl. oz. v/v (but not

less than 1 pt./A) in

the finished spray

volume using a

crop oil concentra

te containing a t least EM ulsifier . Do not plant an

y crop for 30 days

after a

pplica

tion unless c

lethodim is

registered for use in tha

t crop. Flax 60 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. A

pply prior to bloom.

Crop injur y MAYOCCURWHEN#,%4(/$)-%# (%2")#)$%ISA PPLIEDDURINGTHEBLOOM period. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. Do not exceed 16 fl. oz./A in a season. Fruiting V egetable (except T oma to) inc luding: Eggplant Groundcherr y P epino P eppers (all) Toma tillo 20 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Herbs inc luding: Angelica "ALM "ASIL "ORA GE "URNET Camomile Ca tnip Cher vil (dried) Chive Chive, Chinese Clar y Coriander (leaf) Costmar y Culantro (leaf) Curr y (leaf) Dill (dill weed) Horehound Hyssop ,A VENDER ,OVA GELEAF -ARIGOLD -ARJORAM Origanum spp.) Nasturtium P arsley (dried) P enn yro ya l Rosemar y Rue Sa ge Sa vor y, Summer AND 7INTER 14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. #,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%HASNOT

been tested on all herbs,

and herb

varieties.

It is the responsibility of the

USERTOTEST#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%

on a small portion of the crop to be

trea

ted before trea

ting the entire field.

Crop tolerance should be verified to

#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ONASMALL

area of the herb crop,

a

t the desired

#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%RA

TEAND

with the same crop oil concentra

te tha

t

will be used on the herb field.

If no crop

RESPONSEISEVIDENTSEVEN DAYSAFTER

TREA

TMENT

#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%

may be used on the entire field a

t the

ra

te tested and with the same crop oil

used in the tolerance test.

Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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18

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Hops 21 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Leaf P etioles inc luding: Cardoon Celer y Celtuce Chinese Celer y Fennel, Florence (finochio) Rhubarb Swiss Chard 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

Leafy Brassica Greens

inc

luding:

"ROCCOLI2AAB

Cabba

ge,

Chinese (bok cho

y) Collards Kale -IZUNA -USTARD'REENS -USTARD3PINACH Ra pe Greens Turnip Greens 14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHE finished spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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19

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Leafy Greens inc luding: Amaranth Chinese Spinach ,EAFY !MARANTH Tampala Arugula (roquette) Cher vil Chr ysanthemum, Edible-lea ved Chr ysanthemum, Garland Corn Salad Cress Garden 5PLANDYELLO WROCKAND winter) Dandelion Dock (sorrel) Endive (escarole) ,ETTUCE (EADAND,EAF Orach P arsley Purslane Garden 7INTER

Radicchio (red chicor

y) Spinach New Zealand 6INEINDIANAND malabar) 14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Legume V egetables, Edible P odded inc luding: "EAN Phaseolus spp.) Runner Sna p 7A X "EAN Vigna spp.) Aspara gus #HINESE,ONGBEAN -OTH Yardlong Jackbean P ea ( Pisum spp.) Dwarf Edible-pod Sno w Sugar Sna p Pigeon 3WORD"EAN 21 days 6-8 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground ORVVBUTNOT

less than 1 pt./A)

by air

.(5)

Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a

single a

pplica

tion.

Do not a

pply more than one (1)

applica

tion per acre per season.

For peas a

pply before bloom,

but no la

ter

than 21 days before har

vest.

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Mint 21 days 6-16 fl. oz. (4) QT BYGROUNDOR

v/v (but not less than

1 pt./A by air

.)

Do not a

pply more than 16 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Mustard Seed DAYS 4-6 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply after crop has begun

bolting.

Crop injur

y may occur when

#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ISA

PPLIED

during the bloom period.

Do not a

pply more than 6 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. Do not exceed 16 fl. oz/A in a season. (continued) (continued)

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21

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Onion $R Y"ULB/NLY Garlic Shallot $R Y"ULB/NLY 45 days 6-16 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. -INIMUMOFGALS!SPRAYVOLUMEBY GROUNDINENTIRE53 -INIMUMOFGALS!SPRAYVOLUMEBY air in California. (9) In sta

tes other than California,

air

applica

tions to onions,

garlic or shallots

should be made in a minimum of 10

gals./A. Onion , Green inc luding: Green Eschalot Green Shallot *A PANESE"UNCHING Onion ,EEKS Sc

allion or Spring Onion

14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Ornamentals Non-Bearing Food Crops N/A N/A 6-16 fl. oz. 6-8 fl. oz. (8) 5SEOFCROPOIL concentra te is not recommended

since it may injure

flo

wers and folia

ge.

3EE3PECIAL5SE

Instructions.

Add a non-ionic surfactant containing a

t LEASTACTIVEINGREDIENTA TTHERA TE OFPT PERGALS VV Sugar ma ples cannot be ta pped for SYRUPWITHINONEYEAROF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%A PPLICA TION Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion to non-bearing food crops. (continued) (continued)

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22

CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

P ea, Shelled inc luding: P ea ( Pisum spp.) Field Pigeon 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. QT BYGROUNDOR

v/v (but not less than

1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A per

applica

tion.

Do not a

pply more than one (1)

applica

tion per acre per season.

A

pply before bloom but not la

ter than 30

days prior to har

vest.

(10)

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts,

volunteer cereals and volunteer corn.

P ea, Succulent Shelled inc luding: P ea ( Pisum spp.) English P ea Garden P ea Green P ea Pigeon P ea 21 days 6-8 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A per

applica

tion.

Do not a

pply more than one (1)

applica

tion per acre per season.

A

pply before bloom but not la

ter than 21

days prior to har

vest.

(10)

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts,

volunteer cereals and volunteer corn.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

P eanut (inc luding P erennial) 40 days 6-16 fl. oz. QT BYGROUNDOR

v/v (but not less than

1 pt./A) by air .(5) 4HEADDITIONOF !-3 HASSHO WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

P otato 30 days 6-16 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOT less than 1 pt./A) by air .(5) 4HEADDITIONOF !-3 HASSHO WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Radish 15 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a

single a

pplica

tion.

Do not a

pply more than 16 fl.

oz./A (0.25

lb.

ai) per acre in a season.

For repea

t a

pplica

tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Root V egetables (except Radish), inc luding: Chicor y Ginseng Horseradish Turnip 30 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Safflower DAYS 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Sesame 14 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply during flo

wering.

Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Soybean 60 days 6-16 fl. oz. QT BYGROUNDOR

v/v (but not less than

1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Do not graze trea

ted fields or feed

trea ted fora ge or hay to livestock. Refer to a ppropria te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Stra wberr y 4 days 6-8 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. Do not a

pply more than 8 fl.

oz./A in a single a pplica tion. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. Sugar Beet 40 days 6-16 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)

Refer to a

ppropria

te

Table for reduced

ra

te for the control of small annual

grasses.

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

Sunflower DAYS 6-16 fl. oz. 1 qt. by ground or VVBUTNOTLESS

than 1 pt./A) by air

.(5)a

4HEADDITIONOF

!-3

HASSHO

WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts, volunteer cereals,

and volunteer corn.

(continued)

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CROP SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS AND LIMIT

A

TIONS FOR CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE

Crops (1) Minimum T ime From Application to Har vest (PHI) Use Rates P er Acre Crop Oil Concentrate Rates P er Acre (2)

Special Use Instructions

Sweet P otato , Y am and other Tuberous and #ORM 6EGETABLESEXCEPT P ota to) inc luding: Artichoke Chinese Jersusalem Cassa va "ITTER Sweet Ginger 30 days 6-16 fl. oz VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. 4HEADDITIONOF !-3 HASSHO WNIMPROVED

grass control for difficult to control

species inc luding: quackgrass, rhizome, Johnsongrass, red rice, wild oa ts,

volunteer cereals and volunteer corn.

Tomato 20 days 6-16 fl. oz. VVINTHElNISHED spray volume. For repea t a pplica tions make on a

minimum of a 14 day inter

val. N/A = Not A pplicable 1 %# (%2")#)$% IS NOT RECOMMENDED FOR USE ON VEGETABL E CROPS BEING GRO WN FOR SEED PRODUCTION UNLESS SPECIlC USE

directions are provided.

2 !CCEPTABLE CROP OIL CONCENTRA TES WOULD BE THOSE WHICH CONTAIN AMINIMUM OF OILS AND EMULSIlER ! CROP OIL CONCENTRA TE

must contain either a petroleum or vegetable oil base and must meet all the follo

wing criteria: be non phytotoxic, contain onl y EP A-exempt ingredients,

provide good mixing quality and be successful in local experience.

Highly refined vegetable oils ha

ve proven

more

sa

tisfactor

y than unrefined vegetable oils.

See the

Addition of

Adjuvant and Crop Oil Concentra

te section for further informa

tio n. 3 %# (%2")#)$% MAY BE APPLIED TO SEEDLING OR ESTABLIS HED ALFALFA GRO WN FOR SEED HAY SILA GE GREEN CHOP OR DIRECT grazing. 4

For weed control in established alfalfa and mint,

the minimum use ra

te is 10 fl. oz./A. 5 TO QTS! OF LIQUID FERTILIZER . OR . OR AN EQUIVALENT AMOUNT TO LBS! OF SPRAY GRADE AMMONIU M SULFA TE !-3 MAYBEADDEDTO#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%A PPLICA TIONS IN ADDITIONTOTHERECOMMENDEDRA TEOFCROPOILCONCENTRA TE 6 $O NOT APPLY %# (%2")#)$% PLUS $" AS A TANK MIX TO ALFALFA UNLESS THE DAY FEEDING GRAZING AND HAR VESTING RESTRICTIONONTHE$"LABELCANBEOBSER VED 7 For ground a pplica

tions to garlic or shallot,

do not exceed 8 fl. oz./A in a single a pplica tion. F or air a pplica tions to onion, garlic or shallot, do not exceed 8 fl. oz./A in a single a pplica tion. F

or garlic and shallot,

do not exceed 2 a

pplica

tions per season.

In CA for air a pplica tions to onion, do not exceed 2 a pplica

tions per season.

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26 8 )F %# (%2")#)$% IS APPLIED AS A SPOT TREA TMENT TO ONION GARLIC SHALLOT OR NONBEARING FOOD CROPS CARE SHOULD BE TAKENTONOTEXCEEDTHEMAXIMUMRA TEALLO WEDONA hPERACREv BA SISORCROPINJUR YMAYOCCUR 9 )N #ALIFORNIA DO NOT APPLY %# (%2")#)$% TO ONION GARLIC OR SHALLOT UNTIL THE CROP HAS AT LEAST TWO FULL LEA VES )N #ALIFORNIA DAYSPRAYINTER VALSARERECOMMENDEDBETWEENTHE APPLICA TIONOF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%ANDLIQUIDNITROGENOR other herbicide a pplica tions. Injur

y to crop may occur when shorter inter

vals are obser

ved. 10 !PPLICA TIONS OF %# (%2")#)$% TO PEAS DURING THE BLO OM PERIOD COULD RESULT IN SEVERE CROP INJUR YINC LUDING LOSS OF YIELD and delayed ma turity .

IMPOR

TANT

0LANT TOLERANCE TO %# (%2")#)$% AT LABELED RA TES HA S BEEN FOUND TO BE ACCEPTABLE FOR THE INDICA TED GENERA AND

species listed belo

w

. Due to variability within species,

crop gro wth sta ge, environmental conditions, and a pplica tion technique s, it is recommended tha

t the user determine if the herbicide can be used safely on a few plants prior to widespread a

pplica tion. Neithe r THESELLERNORTHEMANUFACTUREROF#,%4(/$)-%#(%2")#)$%HA VEINVESTIGA TEDTHESAFETYFACTORTOPLANTSNOTLISTEDONTHELA BEL

NON-BEARING FOOD CROPS

CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE SHOULD NO

T BE APPLIED TO NON-BEARING FR

UIT OR NUT CROPS WHICH ARE GROWN FOR ROO

T

STOCK.

Crop injur

y to non-bearing fruit and nut crops can occur if CLETHODIM 2 EC HERBICIDE is improperly applied.

CLETHODIM 2

EC HERBICIDE should not be applied directly o

ver the top of these plant types.

Instead,

spray should be directed at the base of

the plant where grassy weeds are growing near the ground.

.ONBEARING FRUIT AND NUT CROPS ARE PLANTS WHICH WILL NOT BEAR FRUIT OR NUTS FOR AT LEAST ONE YEAR FOLLO WING %# (% 2")#)$% a pplica tion.

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COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME A pples Malus spp. "ERRIES Vaccinium spp . Rubus spp. Cherr y, Sweet Prunus a vium Citrus F ruits Citrus spp. Gra pes Vitis spp. Olives Olea spp. P each Prunus persica P ears Pyrus communis Prunes Prunus spp. Stone F ruits Prunus spp . Stra wberries Fr a garia spp. Tree Nuts Almond Prunus triloba Filbert Cor ylus maxima P ecan Car ya illinoinensis Pistachio Pistacia vera 7 ALNUT Juglans spp.

CONIFER TREES

%# (%2")#)$% CAN BE USED TO CONTROL LABELED GRASSES IN #HRISTMAS TREE FARMS CONIFER NURSERIES AND CONIFER PLANTA TIONS BUT NOT in forests). COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Arbor vitae, American Thuja occidentalis Cedars Cedrus spp. Cypress Taxodium spp. Fir , Douglas Pseudotsuga menziesii Firs Abies spp. Hemlock, Canadian/Eastern Tsuga canadensis (continued)

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