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Panoramic 2SL

Alligare, LLC
SnapshotID: 46722

Active ingredients

Imazapic Ammonium Salt

Classification

B

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

2Inhibition of acetolactate synthase ALS (acetohydroxyacid synthse AHAS)

Registration

EPA:66222-141-81927

Pests

PigweedAnoda, SpurredBarley, LittleBedstraw, CatchweedBeggarweed, FloridaPoison-hemlockBindweed, Field/EuropeanBrome, DownyStarbur, BristlyButtercup, BurPuncturevineBurcloverShattercaneGoosegrassFiddleneckCheat /CheatgrassChickweed, CommonCocklebur, Common/HeartleafSenna, CoffeeCrabgrass, Smooth/SmallCrabgrass, Hairy/LargeCrabgrass, SouthernCress, Hoary/White TopCrowfootgrassDallisgrassDandelionHenbitDock, CurlyTorpedograssFescue, Tall/AltaKochiaFleabane, AnnualFoxtail, GiantFoxtail, GreenFoxtail, Robust PurpleGarlic, WildNutsedge, YellowGeranium, CarolinaGoatgrass, JointedJimsonweedKnapweed, RussianKnotweed, ProstrateLambsquarters, CommonStinkgrassMedusaheadMorningglory, CypressvineMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonMorningglory, Pitted/Small WhiteMorningglory, SmallflowerMorningglory, Tall/CommonTansymustard, PinnateMustard, WildNutsedge, PurplePaspalumBahiagrassOat, WildOnion, WildSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasPepperweed, PerennialPlantain, Buckhorn/Narrow-leavedPoinsettia, WildJohnsongrassPurslane, CommonPanicum, FallPusley, FloridaRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortRyegrass, Italian/Annual/CommonRagweed, WesternRyegrass, PerennialItchgrassRye, Volunteer/FeralBuffaloburSicklepodSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmartweed, SwampSmutgrassNutsedgeSpurge, SpottedSpurge, LeafySpurge, ToothedWoodsorrel, YellowSunflower, Common/WildSandbur/Grassbur/SandspurSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, RussianThistle, BullThistle, MuskToadflax, DalmationVaseygrassVelvetleafVervain, BlueBarnyardgrass/WatergrassGroundcherrySagebrushThistle, PlatteRocket, YellowRagweed, GiantFoxtail, KnotrootMustard, AnnualTeasel, CommonHoundstongueWhitetopCornsalad, CommonVervain, ProstrateBaby's-breathFlax, SpurgeWeeds, AnnualBahiagrassHalogetonIndigo, HairyCrownbeard, GoldenCrabgrassGeranium /CranesbillJohnsongrass, RhizomeJohnsongrass, SeedlingWeeds, UnspecifiedSmartweed, LadysthumbFoxtail, YellowJewgrass, AnnualStiltgrass, JapaneseSedgeBestraw, MarshDropseed, TallQueen Anne's LaceBarley, Squirrel TailWillowherbSignalgrass, Broadleaf

Sites

BermudagrassBluegrass, KentuckyConservation Reserve ProgramCurrantFescue, TallPastureVetch, CrownWheatgrassWheatgrass, CrestedPasture/Rangeland, Non-grazedBahiagrass, Growth Suppression/Seedhead InhibitionBermudagrass, DormantWheatgrass, IntermediateMeadow, HayBaby-blue-eyesBachelor's-button /CornflowerBlack-eyed SusanCoreopsis, Lance-leaved/TickseedCrown VetchDaisy, OxeyePoppy, CaliforniaTrefoil, Birdsfoot/LotusBlanketflowerConeflower, PurpleBird's-EyesFlax, Blue/PerennialCoreopsis, Plains/CalliopsisChicoryPoppy, CornPhlox, Drummond/AnnualMint, LemonAster, New EnglandLupine, Perennial/WildCosmos, Sulfur/YellowCatchfly, Sweet WilliamCosmos, GardenClover, CrimsonBishop's FlowerBundleflower, Illinois/Prairie MimosaFive-spotConeflower, Prairie/Mexican HatPea, PartridgePoorjoeConeflower, ClaspingAlfalfa /CimmaronClover, WhiteJohnny-jump-upLespedezaLespedeza, Chinese/SericeaPoppy, Red CornVetch, HairyLead PlantMilkweed, CommonSweet CloverSensitive VineViolet, WildBeggarticksIndigo, Blue FalseLespedeza, KoreanPea, FlatPea, PerennialClover, White PrairieTrefoil, TickPea, ScurfyBlanket, IndianPea, CalicoCoreopsis, Dwarf Red PlainsDaisy, ShastaHat, MexicanAster, PrairiePrairieclover, PurpleYarrow, GoldBermudagrassBermudagrass, CoastalBermudagrass, CommonBluegrass, KentuckyBromegrass, SmoothBermudagrass, EstablishedMaple, SugarElm, AmericanElm, SiberianCottonwoodCedar, Red/Eastern RedOlive, RussianPine, White/Eastern WhitePine, LodgepoleOak, Southern Red/CherrybarkLocust, BlackLocust, HoneyElm, SlipperyBox ElderAsh, BlueDogwood, GreyOak, BlackSugarberryTree-of-heavenOrange, OsageMulberry, RedMulberry, WhiteBuckeye, OhioOak, LiveSpruceAsh, Green/RedOak, WhiteMaple, RedTulip Tree, American/Yellow PoplarJuniper, ChineseLilac, CommonWalnut, BlackWillowBasswood/LindenCedar, Western RedChokecherryFir, DouglasCottonwood, Narrow Leaf Juniper, Western Peach (var. Elberta) Photinia, Red Tip Pittosporum, Japanese Privet, Common Rabbitbrush RedbudSage, BigSage, FringeSage, Silver Sagebrush, BigSagebrush, Fringed Saltcedar ServiceberrySnowberry, WesternHawthorn Rose, Multiflora Plum SycamoreApple, WinesapDogwood, Red TrigDogwood, FloweringHackberryAzaleaCherry, BlackCherry, SweetLinden, AmericanAirportsGround, BareIndustrial SitesNon-crop AreasPaved Surfaces, UnderRights-of-way, UtilityCrossings, RailroadFescue, TallBermudagrassWheatgrass, CrestedIndiangrassBluestem, BigBluestem, LittleGrama, SideoatsGrama, BluePrairiegrass, Restoration/RenovationBroomsedgeBluestem, BushyBluestem, King RanchBluestem, Silver BeardFingergrass/RhodesgrassNeedlegrassBuffalograssThreeawn, PrairieThreeawn, Kearny/PlainsCentipedegrassWheatgrass, WesternWheatgrass, BluebunchWheatgrass, IntermediateGamagrass, EasternNeedle-and-threadSandreed, PrairieWheatgrassTimothySwitchgrass/Switchgrass, BlackwellFescue, IdahoCanals /DitchesBromegrass, MeadowWheatgrass, SiberianWheatgrass, PubescentWheatgrass, SlenderWheatgrass, StreambankWildrye, RussianBluegrass, KentuckyRyegrass, PerennialOrchardgrassNeedlegrass, GreenRedtopBluegrass, Sandberg'sBottlebrush, SquirreltailWildrye, BasinBluegrass, SandbergRyegrass, AnnualCordgrass, Prairie Grass, Prairie DropseedWildrye Grass, Canada RoadsideBuffalograssBottlebrush, SquirreltailRyegrass, Wild RussianBromegrass, SmoothCheatgrassFoxtail, CreepingBrome, DownyQuackgrassCanarygrass, ReedWildryegrass, VirginiaDitchbanks, Non-IrrigationWildlife Management AreasMedusahead

Temperature range

Min 20°F
Max
Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material Shoes plus socks
Personal Protection
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material Shoes plus socks
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

May be stored in a damp place

May be stored in a warm place

Should not be frozen