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SnapshotID: 56100

Active ingredients

Metsulfuron Methyl

Classification

B

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

2Inhibition of acetolactate synthase ALS (acetohydroxyacid synthse AHAS)

Registration

EPA:432-1549

Pests

Poison-hemlockBindweed, Field/EuropeanBittercressBlackeyed-susanMulberryTansymustardButtercup, BurCamelthornSweetcloverCarrot, WildCatchfly, Sand/ConicalRedcedar, EasternChamomile, FalsePigweed, SmoothChicoryChickweed, CommonCinquefoil, SulfurGrape, WildCockleburCherryCoreopsis, PlainsCockle, CornCowcockleCress, Hoary/White TopCroton, WoollyCrupina, CommonHawthornDaisy, OxeyeDandelionHenbitDock, CurlyDogfennelElderberry /ElderFalseflax, SmallseedFiddleneck, TarweedFilaree, RedstemFleabane, RoughFlixweedGaillardia, RoseringGarlic, WildGorseGroundsel, CommonHenbane, BlackHorseweed/MarestailKnapweed, RussianKnotweed, ProstrateKudzuLambsquarters, CommonLambsquarters, SlimleafLarkspur, DuncecapLarkspur, TallLespedeza, SericeaLocust, BlackLoosestrife, PurpleMaple, RedSt. Johnswort/GoatweedHoneysuckleMullein, CommonMustard, Blue/PurpleMustard, TumbleMustard, WildElmRose, Wild/BriarSalmonberryOsage-orangeBlackberryParsnip, WildPennycress, FieldPepperweed, PerennialPigweed, RedrootPigweed, TumblePlantain, Buckhorn/Narrow-leavedYellow-poplar/Tulip TreeEveningprimrose, CutleafPurslane, CommonPlantainAster /Wild AsterShepherd's-purseFirSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSnakeweed, BroomSneezeweed, BitterWillowSpruce, WhiteSunflower, Common/WildTansy, CommonThistle, CanadaThistle, ScotchThistle, BullThistle, MuskToadflax, DalmationTree-of-HeavenAspenBeebalmLettuce, Miner'sGoldenrodYankeeweedYarrow, CommonCloverWoad, Dyer'sLambsquartersLupineSalsifySnowberrySunflower, MaximillionTeaselThistle, PlumelessWoodsorrelRose, MultifloraScouringrushSalsify, WesternRagwort, TansyAshGumweedSpruce, BlackToadflax, YellowThimbleberryLettuce, WildArrowgrass, SeasideHoundstongueGreasewoodMarestailCaraway, WildCrazyweed, SilkyWhitetopBahiagrassHalogetonSpeedwell, SnowOnion GrassOcean-sprayLoco /LocoweedScabious, Field/PurpleOakCrownvetch/Crownvetch, TrailingDewberryFern, Old World ClimbingMustard, GarlicMustard, Jim HillMustard, TreacleSowthistle, AnnualIris, WildCottonwood

Sites

BermudagrassGrama, BlueBluegrassBluestem, BigBluestem, LittleBluestem, SandBrome/BromegrassBrome, SmoothBuffalograssConservation Reserve ProgramFescuePastureFencerowsOrchardgrassWheatgrass, PubescentRangelandSwitchgrass/Switchgrass, BlackwellTimothyWheatgrassWheatgrass, BluebunchWheatgrass, CrestedWheatgrass, IntermediateWheatgrass, SlenderWheatgrass, TallWheatgrass, WesternLovegrass, SandIndiangrassWildrye, RussianSprangletop, GreenKleingrassLovegrass, WeepingWheatgrass, SiberianLovegrass, AtherstoneLovegrass, WilmanBluestem, WW SparBluestem, PlainsWheatgrass, StreambankWheatgrass, ThickspikeFescue, Growth SuppressionFir, DouglasFir, Grand/Giant/LowlandPine, LoblollyPine, Ponderosa/Western YellowPine, SlashSpruce, SitkaAlder, RedCedar, Western Red/Giant ArborvitaeHemlock, WesternSwitchgrass /Switchgrass, BlackwellPoplar, Yellow (Tulip)Bromegrass, MeadowKleingrassBluegrass, Growth Suppression/Seedhead InhibitionAirportsBarrier StripsStorage Areas, FuelHighways/RoadsIndustrial SitesLumber YardsPublic AreasRailroadsSewage Disposal AreasTank FarmsRights-of-way, UtilitySoil Bank LandGrama, SideoatsMilitary BasesPine, Loblolly, ReleasePine, Slash, ReleaseConifer ReleaseConifer Site PreparationHardwood Plantation and NurseryTurf, Industrial/UnimprovedPrivate LandFarmyardsPipelines
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls, and Shoes plus socks
Personal Protection
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants. Shoes plus socks.
Restricted Entry Interval
4 hours

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

Should not be stored in a damp place

Should not be stored in a warm place

May be frozen