Active ingredientsPotassium N-Methyldithiocarbamate
PestsEarly Maturity DiseaseClubroot, CruciferOak Root FungusSclerotinia DiseasesVerticillium DiseasesBlack RotSpecific Replant DiseasesRoot Disease ComplexVerticillium DahliaeSoil Borne DiseasesSoil Borne DiseasesSoil Borne DiseasesSoilborne DiseasesSoilborne DiseaseNematode, Root-knotSymphylanNematodePigweedMorninggloryRagweedDandelionHenbitNightshadeJohnsongrassNutsedgeBermudagrassLambsquartersWatergrassAmaranthPurslaneChickweedWatercressChickweedBlack RotNematode
SitesAlfalfaAlmondAniseAppleApricotAsparagusBarleyBasilBean, GreenBean, Lima (All or Unspecified)BeechnutBeet, SugarBlackberry (All Types)Blueberry (All Types)Cabbage, Chinese, Bok ChoyBoysenberryBrazil NutBroccoliBrussels SproutsSquash, ButternutCantaloupeCardoonCarrotMelon, CasabaCashewCauliflowerCeleriac/Celery RootCeleryCeltuceCherry, Sweet/MazzardCherry, Sour/TartChervilChestnutChrysanthemumCitron, CitrusFruit, Citrus, HybridCollardsCorn (All Types)Corn SaladCottonCrabappleCranberryMelon, CrenshawCress, UplandCucumberCurrantDewberryDillDock (Sorrel)EggplantElderberryEscaroleFennel/Common FennelFennel, FlorenceFilbertGarlicGherkinGingerGooseberryGourdGrapeGrapefruitHazelnutHerbs (EPA Group)CilantroHuckleberryKaleKohlrabiKumquatLeekLemonLettuceLettuce, HeadLettuce, LeafLimeLoganberryLoquatMacadamia NutMangoMelon, MangomelonMayhaws (All Types)Melon (All Types)Melon, PersianMelon, CitronMelon, HoneydewMintMulberryMelon, MuskmelonMustardNectarineHickory NutOlallie BerryOnionOrachOrangeOrange, SourOrchard FloorsOrchard Tree Replant SitesParsleyPeaPea, EnglishPeachPeanutPearPear, BalsamPecanPeppermintPistachioPlumPlum, DamsonPotato, SweetPrunePummeloPumpkinPurslane, GardenPurslane, WinterQuinceRadishRaspberry, BlackRaspberry, RedRhubarbRyeSoybeanSpearmintSpinachSpinach, New ZealandSquashSquash, SummerSquash, WinterStrawberrySwiss ChardTangerineTangeloTangorTobaccoTobacco, Plant BedTomatoTurnipVineyardWalnut, EnglishWalnut, BlackWatermelonWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonWheatYoungberryOrange, MandarinChironjaCalamondinRadicchioOrange, Satsuma MandarinPlum, ChickasawPear, OrientalApple, BalsamCucumber, ChineseCelery, ChineseSquash, ZucchiniCress, WinterYellow RocketMelon, Santa ClausMelon, Golden PershawMelon, PineappleMelon, SnakeSquash, CrookneckSquash, StraightneckSquash, ScallopSquash, Vegetable MarrowSquash, SpaghettiSquash, HyotanSquash, CucuzzaOkra, ChineseChina GreensBean, For SeedPlumcotAmaranth, LeafyCabbage, Chinese, NapaOrange, SweetPlant Beds, Pre-formedChinquapinCalabazaSpinach, MalabarSquash, AcornSquash, HubbardCressRye, Cover CropOat, Cover CropWheat, Cover CropSudangrass, Cover CropClover, Cover CropAlfalfa, Cover CropLingonberryJuneberrySalalSpinach, IndianCurrant, BlackSteviaBean, FavaBeet, GardenRadish, OrientalBingleberryBerry, Black SatinBlackberry, CherokeeChesterberryBlackberry, CheyeneCoryberryDarrowberryBerry, Dirksen ThornlessHimalayaberryHullberryLavacaberryLowberryLucretiaberryMarionberryBerry, Oregon EvergreenPhenomenalberryRangeberryRavenberryRossberryBlackberry, ShawneeNectarberryPea, GardenChayote, FruitPepper (All Types)BittermelonMelon, HoneyballBlackberry, MammothRaspberry, Wild PotatoesCurrant, RedGuava, ChileanBarberry, EuropeanCranberry, HighbushHoneysuckleJostaberryCurrant, NativeBuckthorn, SeaHechimaSpinach, ChineseTampalaFinocchioCloudberryPartridgeberryServiceberryPurslaneChicory, RedKiwifruit, HardyMaypopBerry, SchisandraYamSaskatoon, BerryChePepper, MountainPhalsaOrchardWalnut, PersianRiberryRapiniBushnutMuntriesKiwifruit, FuzzyNut /Tree NutAshChokecherryDogwoodMapleOrnamental PlantsRoseSeed BedsArtichokeNurseriesDandelionEndiveForest NurseryLawns /TurfGolf CourseCherry, PinArugulaPeanutStrawberry
Available for use in the following states
Personal ProtectionHandlers applying via weed sprayer (see Terms used in this labeling section) while irrigation system is operating or handlers who may be exposed to liquid spray while repairing a malfunctioning chemigation system or shutting off equipment must wear: Chemical-resistant coveralls over long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, Chemical-resistant headgear, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on this label. Handlers wearing chemical-resistant attire are limited to 30 minutes of exposure in any 60-minute period to prevent heat illness, and, as required by the Worker Protection Standard for Agricultural Pesticides, employers of these handlers must take any necessary steps to avoid heat illness. Except as required above, handlers transferring or loading liquid formulations, handlers operating motorized ground equipment with open cabs, handlers repairing or inactivating irrigation or chemigation equipment during application, and handlers cleaning up spills or equipment must wear: Coveralls over long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, Chemical-resistant apron if transferring or loading the fumigant or cleaning up spills or equipment, Protective eyewear, and Respirator of the type specified in the PPE requirements for respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on this label if triggered. All other handlers including handlers operating motorized ground equipment with closed cabs (except for handlers who set up and calibrate chemigation and irrigation equipment and start the application from inside the application block) as stated in this labeling must wear: Long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on this label if triggered. All handlers who set-up and calibrate chemigation and irrigation equipment and start the application from inside the application block must wear: Long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, Protective eyewear, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on this label if triggered.
Restricted Entry Interval5 days (120 hours) after the application is complete for untarped applications, or 5 days (120 hours) after application is complete if tarps are not perforated and removed for at least 14 days after the application is complete, or 48 hours after tarp perforation is complete if tarps will be perforated within 14 days after the application is complete and will not be removed for at least 14 days after the application is complete, or Tarp removal is completed if tarps are both perforated and removed less than 14 days after the application is complete.
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
May be frozen