Buctril 4EC

Group C3 Herbicide
6
264-540
3°F

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

Applicators and other handlers must wear a long-sleeved shirt and long pants, chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate or viton gloves for cleaning equipment and mixing/loading, a chemical-resistant apron when cleaning equipment and mixing/loading and shoes plus socks. Discard clothing and other absorbent materials that have been drenched or heavily contaminated with this product's concentrate. Do not reuse them. Follow manufacturer's instructions for cleaning/maintaining PPE. If no such instructions for washables, use detergent and hot water. Keep and wash PPE separately from other laundry. When handlers use closed systems, enclosed cabs, or aircraft in a manner that meets the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides [40 CFR 170.240(d)(4-6)], the handler PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS. If you will handle a total of 30 gallons or more of this product per day, you must use a mechanical transfer system for all mixing and loading operations. If this product is packaged in a 30 gallon drum, you must use a mechanical transfer system which terminates in a drip-free hard coupling which may be used only with a spray or mix tank which has been fitted with a compatible coupling. If you do not presently own or have access to a mechanical transfer system with this type of coupling, contact your dealer for information on how to obtain such a system or to modify your present system. When using a mechanical transfer system, do not remove or disconnect the pump or probe from the container until the container has been emptied and rinsed. The pump or probe system must be used to rinse the empty container and to transfer the rinsate directly to the mixing or spray tank. Application from a tractor or aerial application with a completely enclosed cab is required whenever this product is applied to 360 or more acres in a day. To avoid contamination, coveralls and gloves worn when handling the concentrate must be removed prior to entering an enclosed cab or cockpit. When applying from a tractor with an enclosed cab, clean coveralls and clean nitrile gloves must be kept inside the cab, and must be worn when exiting the cab to perform in-field maintenance or repair.

Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants, chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate or viton gloves, shoes plus socks and protective eyewear.

For all crops except turf, the REI is 24 hours. The REI for harvesting sod farm turf is 12 days. The REI for other turf activities is 24 hours. For uses on turf grown for transplanting (e.g. on sod farms), notify workers of the application by warning them orally and by posting warning signs at entrances to treated areas.

Store at temperatures above 3 F. If allowed to freeze, remix before using.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
Bromoxynil heptanoate 56634-95-8 27 NOL STD
Bromoxynil octanoate 1689-99-2 28 NOL STD
Naphthalene 91-20-3 2 NOL STD
[Trade secret ingredient(s)] 1.20
Bromoxynil heptanoate
Cas # 56634-95-8
Percent 27
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
Bromoxynil octanoate
Cas # 1689-99-2
Percent 28
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
Naphthalene
Cas # 91-20-3
Percent 2
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Trade secret ingredient(s)]
Cas #
Percent 1.20
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alaska 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Alabama 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Arkansas 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Arizona 14/10/17 Not Restricted
California 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Colorado 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Connecticut 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Delaware 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Florida 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Georgia 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Iowa 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Idaho 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Illinois 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Indiana 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Kansas 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Kentucky 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Louisiana 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Massachusetts 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Maryland 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Maine 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Michigan 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Minnesota 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Missouri 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Mississippi 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Montana 14/10/17 Not Restricted
North Carolina 14/10/17 Not Restricted
North Dakota 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Nebraska 14/10/17 Not Restricted
New Hampshire 14/10/17 Not Restricted
New Jersey 14/10/17 Not Restricted
New Mexico 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Nevada 14/10/17 Not Restricted
New York 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Ohio 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Oregon 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 14/10/17 Not Restricted
South Carolina 14/10/17 Not Restricted
South Dakota 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Tennessee 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Texas 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Utah 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Virginia 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Vermont 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Washington 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 14/10/17 Not Restricted
West Virginia 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Wyoming 14/10/17 Not Restricted
Hawaii 14/10/17 Not Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

CEREAL GRAIN CROPS

  • Corn And Sorghum - Preemergence
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Corn, Sorghum, And Sudangrass - Postemergence
    • 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Corn, Sorghum, And Sudangrass
    • 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Field Corn
    • 1 Pints / Acre

WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE AND TRITICALE

  • Spring Seeded - Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Spring Seeded - Susceptible Weeds
    • 1.5 To 2 Pints / Acre
  • Fall Seeded - Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Fall Seeded - Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Spring Seeded - Idaho, Etc. - Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Spring Seeded - Idaho, Etc. - Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Underseeded With Alfalfa - Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Underseeded With Alfalfa - Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 Pints / Acre

ALFALFA SEEDLING

  • Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 1 Pints / Acre
  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 Pints / Acre

FLAX

  • Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 Pints / Acre

GARLIC

  • Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Muck Soils - Northeastern United States - Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Muck Soils - Northeastern United States - Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre

MINT

  • Most Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre

DRY BULB ONIONS

  • Most Susceptible Weeds - Preemergence
    • 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Susceptible Weeds - Preemergence
    • 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Most Susceptible Weeds - Postemergence
    • 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Susceptible Weeds - Postemergence
    • 0.75 Pints / Acre

GRASSES GROWN FOR SEED OR SOD PRODUCTION

  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
    • 0.188 To 0.375 Pints / Sqft

NON-RESIDENTIAL TURFGRASS

  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
    • 0.188 To 0.375 Fluid_Ounces / Sqft

NON-CROPLAND AND INDUSTRIAL SITES

  • Susceptible Weeds
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
    • 0.188 To 0.375 Fluid_Ounces / Sqft