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    SnapshotID: 62636

    Active ingredients

    ImazethapyrPyroxasulfone

    Classification

    B

    Herbicide

    WSSA mode of action

    2Inhibition of acetolactate synthase ALS (acetohydroxyacid synthse AHAS)

    Classification

    K3

    Herbicide

    WSSA mode of action

    15Inhibition of VLCFAE

    Registration

    EPA:7969-365

    Pests

    AlligatorweedAnoda, SpurredArtichoke, JerusalemBarley, VolunteerBedstraw, CatchweedBeggarweed, FloridaBindweed, Field/EuropeanBuckwheat, WildStarbur, BristlyPuncturevineCanarygrassCanarygrass, LittleseedShattercaneCarpetweedGoosegrassPigweed, SmoothCheat /CheatgrassChickweed, MouseearChickweed, CommonCocklebur, Common/HeartleafCowcockleCrabgrass, Smooth/SmallCrabgrass, Hairy/LargeCress, Hoary/White TopCrowfootgrassDandelionHenbitFalseflax, SmallseedFilaree, RedstemFilaree, WhitestemKochiaFleabane, HairyFlixweedFoxtail, GiantFoxtail, GreenGalinsoga, SmallflowerNutsedge, YellowGroundcherry, CutleafGroundsel, CommonHorseweed/MarestailJimsonweedKnotweed, ProstrateLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, Prickly/ChinaMallow, CommonMallow, LittleMallow, VeniceMarshelderMilkweed, CommonCupgrass, WoollyMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonMorningglory, Palmleaf/WillowleafMorningglory, Pitted/Small WhiteMorningglory, SmallflowerMorningglory, Tall/CommonMustard, BlackTansymustard, PinnateMustard, TumbleMustard, WildNettle, Burning/DwarfNightshade, Eastern BlackNightshade, CutleafNightshade, HairyNightshade, BlackOat, Volunteer/Inter-seededOat, WildSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasPennycress, FieldPepperweed, VirginiaPepperweed, FieldAmaranth, PalmerPigweed, RedrootPigweed, ProstrateWaterhemp, TallPoinsettia, WildEveningprimrose, CutleafMillet, Wild-proso/Proso Millet, VolunteerPurslane, CommonPanicum, FallPusley, FloridaRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortRyegrass, PerennialSesbania, HempBuffaloburShepherd's-purseSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmartweed, SwampSorghum-almumSowthistle, Annual/CommonSowthistle, SpinySpurge, SpottedSpurge, PettySpurry, CornSunflower, Common/WildLadysthumbSwinecressSandbur/Grassbur/SandspurSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianVelvetleafBarnyardgrass/WatergrassLettuce, Miner'sWheat, VolunteerMorningglory, EntireleafRocket, YellowRocket, LondonRagweed, GiantWatercressBeggarticks, HairyCanola, VolunteerAmaranth, PowellWartcress, CreepingRapeseed, VolunteerFoxtail, Yellow pumilaSpurge, ProstratePigweed, SpinyCheeseweedLambsquarters, NarrowleafWillowweedBeets, WildJohnsongrass, RhizomeJohnsongrass, SeedlingRice, redCupgrass, SouthwesternRyegrass, ItalianFleabane, RoughTansymustard, GreenNutsedge, PurpleRyegrass, RigidRedmaidsAlligatorweedAnoda, SpurredArtichoke, JerusalemBarley, VolunteerBedstraw, CatchweedBeggarweed, FloridaBindweed, Field/EuropeanBuckwheat, WildStarbur, BristlyPuncturevineCanarygrassCanarygrass, LittleseedShattercaneCarpetweedGoosegrassPigweed, SmoothCheat /CheatgrassChickweed, MouseearChickweed, CommonCocklebur, Common/HeartleafCowcockleCrabgrass, Smooth/SmallCrabgrass, Hairy/LargeCress, Hoary/White TopCrowfootgrassDandelionHenbitFalseflax, SmallseedFilaree, RedstemFilaree, WhitestemKochiaFleabane, HairyFlixweedFoxtail, GiantFoxtail, GreenGalinsoga, SmallflowerGroundcherry, CutleafGroundsel, CommonHorseweed/MarestailJimsonweedKnotweed, ProstrateLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, Prickly/ChinaMallow, CommonMallow, LittleMallow, VeniceMarshelderMilkweed, CommonCupgrass, WoollyMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonMorningglory, Palmleaf/WillowleafMorningglory, Pitted/Small WhiteMorningglory, SmallflowerMorningglory, Tall/CommonMustard, BlackTansymustard, PinnateMustard, TumbleMustard, WildNettle, Burning/DwarfNightshade, Eastern BlackNightshade, CutleafNightshade, HairyNightshade, BlackOat, Volunteer/Inter-seededOat, WildSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasPennycress, FieldPepperweed, VirginiaPepperweed, FieldAmaranth, PalmerPigweed, RedrootPigweed, ProstrateWaterhemp, TallPoinsettia, WildEveningprimrose, CutleafMillet, Wild-proso/Proso Millet, VolunteerPurslane, CommonPanicum, FallPusley, FloridaRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortRyegrass, PerennialSesbania, HempBuffaloburShepherd's-purseSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmartweed, SwampSorghum-almumSowthistle, Annual/CommonSowthistle, SpinySpurge, SpottedSpurge, PettySpurry, CornSunflower, Common/WildLadysthumbSwinecressSandbur/Grassbur/SandspurSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianVelvetleafBarnyardgrass/WatergrassLettuce, Miner'sWheat, VolunteerMorningglory, EntireleafRocket, YellowRocket, LondonRagweed, GiantWatercressBeggarticks, HairyCanola, VolunteerAmaranth, PowellRapeseed, VolunteerFoxtail, Yellow pumilaSpurge, ProstratePigweed, SpinyCheeseweedLambsquarters, NarrowleafWillowweedBeets, WildJohnsongrass, RhizomeJohnsongrass, SeedlingRice, redCupgrass, SouthwesternFleabane, RoughTansymustard, GreenNutsedge, PurpleRyegrass, RigidRedmaids

    Sites

    Fallow LandSoybeanSoybean
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Caution
    Product safety

    Protections

    Early entry
    Coveralls; Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material including barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥ 14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥ 14 mils, natural rubber ≥ 14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride ≥ 14 mils, or viton ≥ 14 mils; Shoes plus socks; Protective eyewear
    Personal Protection
    Long-sleeved shirt and long pants; Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material including barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥ 14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥ 14 mils, natural rubber ≥ 14 mils, polyethylene, polyvinyl chloride ≥ 14 mils, or viton ≥ 14 mils; Shoes plus socks; Protective eyewear (face shield, goggles, or safety glasses)
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 hours. EXCEPTION: If the product is soil injected or soil incorporated, the Worker Protection Standard, under certain circumstances, allows workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated.

    Precautions

    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Should not be exposed to flame or sparks

    May be stored in a damp place

    May be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen