Telone II

1,3-Dichloropropene (11)
N/A
N/A
62719-32
N/A

LABEL

Label -

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

SUPPLEMENTAL LABELS

  • For Control of Nematodes in Soil in Nursery Stock (CA)
  • Suppression of Certain Perennial Weeds in Cropland (OR)
  • Nematode Suppression in Cotton (AL, AR, FL, GA, LA, MO, MS, NC, SC, & TX)
  • (Nematode suppression in peanuts) AL, FL, GA, SC
  • (Nematode Suppression in Sugar Beets) CO, MT, NE, & WY
  • Sequential application with K-PAM HL or Sectagon 42 or Vapam HL for use on soils to be planted to potatoes, onions, and carrots (CO, ID, NV, OR, UT, & WA)
  • Simultaneous application with K-PAM HL or Sectagon 42 or Vapam HL for use on soils to be planted to potatoes, onions, and carrots (CO, ID, NV, OR, UT, & WA)
  • For the Suppression of Nematodes and Wireworms in Soils to be Planted to Potatoes, Onions or Carrots (CO, ID, NV, OR, UT, WA, & Certain Counties of CA)
  • For Control of Plant Parasitic Nematodes & Soil Pests in Nursery Crops (OR & WA)
  • Cyst-Forming Nematode Suppression In Sugar Beets (ID, OR & WA)
  • (For Control of Nematodes and Suppression of Wireworms in Soils to be Planted to Carrots) CO, OR, & WA
  • (For Menatode Suppression in Cotton as an At-Plant Application) GA
  • (For Control of Potato Cyst Nematode in Soils) ID
  • (Nematode Control on Commercial Turf Farms) All registered states
  • (Additional Use Restrictions for Certain Counties) FL
  • (For nematode suppression in corn) All registered states; not for use in NY
  • For suppression of certain perennial weeds in cropland (ID)
  • Sequential application with Sectagon 42 or Vapam HL or K-PAM HL for control of nematodes in caneberry, strawberry, and nursery crops (OR, WA)
  • Simultaneous application with Sectagon 42 or K-PAM HL or Vapam HL for nematode control in caneberry, strawberry, and nursery crops (OR, WA)

WP/S&T

Handlers Performing Tasks with Liquid Contact Potential Tasks with liquid contact potential are tasks performed outdoors or in a well-ventilated area. They include: Equipment calibration or adjustment Equipment clean-up and repair Product sampling Any activity less than 6 feet from an unshielded pressurized hose containing this product Rinsate disposal Fumigant transfer Clean-up of small spills Preparing containers for aeration Any other task not otherwise listed in (2), (3), or (4) below Handlers performing tasks with liquid contact potential must wear at minimum: Coveralls over short-sleeved shirt and short pants Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate (EVAL) or viton Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure Chemical-resistant apron A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on the label. Handlers Performing Tasks with No Liquid Contact Potential – Broadcast, In-Bed Applications, or Applications at the Time of Bedding Except as in 2b. Tasks with no liquid contact potential are tasks performed outdoors or in a well-ventilated area. These tasks include: Tractor driving Soil sealing Field activities on the day of application that do not disrupt the soil at the depth of liquid injection Handlers performing tasks with no liquid contact potential must wear at minimum: Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). A respirator is not required (not applicable in California) if the occupants are within an enclosed cab that is in conformance with one of the following: 1) ANSI/ASAE S525-1.1 MAY98 sections 7.1.5, 7.1.7, 7.2.3, and 9, or 2) the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides -- 40 CFR 170.240(d)(5). The cab must be equipped with a vapor-adsorptive filter containing a minimum of 1000 grams activated charcoal. The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on the label. In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact Handlers Performing Tasks with No Liquid Contact Potential - Pre-Bed, Row Product Applications (e.g., Yetter Rig) (Not Applicable in California) Tasks with no liquid contact potential are tasks performed outdoors or in a well-ventilated area. These tasks include: Tractor driving Soil sealing Field activities on the day of application that do not disrupt the soil at the depth of liquid injection Handlers performing tasks with no liquid contact potential must wear at minimum: Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact Handlers in Treated Area 1 to 5 Days After Application Only the following handler tasks may be performed in the treated area within 5 days after the application is complete: Assessing/adjusting the soil seal Assessing pest control, application technique, or application efficacy Sampling air or soil for this product Removing tarp or plastic film All other tasks are prohibited until the 5-day period has expired. Handlers in treated area 1 to 5 days after application must wear at minimum: Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). A respirator is not required if the occupants are within an enclosed cab (not applicable in California) that is in conformance with one of the following: 1) ANSI/ASAE S525-1.1 MAY98 sections 7.1.5, 7.1.7, 7.2.3, and 9, or 2) the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides -- 40 CFR 170.240(d)(5). The cab must be equipped with a vapor-adsorptive filter containing a minimum of 1000 grams activated charcoal. The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on the label. In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact Handlers Exposed to High Concentrations Handlers exposed to high airborne concentrations of this product, such as cleanup following large spills and exposure to this product in poorly ventilated areas, must wear at minimum: Chemical-resistant suit Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate (EVAL) or viton Chemical -resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear Supplied-air respirator with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-19C or self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-13F. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on the label. Handlers in Treated Area 1 to 5 Days After Application Only the following handler tasks may be performed in the treated area within 5 days after the application is complete: Assessing/adjusting the soil seal Assessing pest control, application technique, or application efficacy Sampling air or soil for this product Removing tarp or plastic film All other tasks are prohibited until the 5-day period has expired. Handlers in treated area 1 to 5 days after application must wear at minimum: Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). A respirator is not required if the occupants are within an enclosed cab that is in conformance with one of the following: 1) ANSI/ASAE S525-1. 1 MAY98 sections 7. 1. 5, 7. 1. 7, 7. 2. 3, and 9, or 2) the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides - 40 CFR 170. 240(d)(5). The cab must be equipped with a vapor-adsorptive filter containing a minimum of 1000 grams activated charcoal. The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on this label. In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact Handlers Exposed to High Concentrations Handlers exposed to high airborne concentrations of this product, such as cleanup following large spills and exposure to this product in poorly ventilated areas, must wear at minimum: Chemical-resistant suit Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate (EVAL) or viton Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear Supplied-air respirator with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-19C or self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-13F. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on the label.

Handlers in Treated Area 1 to 5 Days After Application Only the following handler tasks may be performed in the treated area within 5 days after the application is complete: Assessing/adjusting the soil seal Assessing pest control, application technique, or application efficacy Sampling air or soil for this product Removing tarp or plastic film All other tasks are prohibited until the 5-day period has expired. Handlers in treated area 1 to 5 days after application must wear at minimum: Loose fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks A face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields (do not wear chemical goggles) A half-face respirator with either an organic-vapor-removing cartridge with a prefilter approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-23C) or canister approved for pesticides (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). A respirator is not required if the occupants are within an enclosed cab that is in conformance with one of the following: 1) ANSI/ASAE S525-1. 1 MAY98 sections 7. 1. 5, 7. 1. 7, 7. 2. 3, and 9, or 2) the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides - 40 CFR 170. 240(d)(5). The cab must be equipped with a vapor-adsorptive filter containing a minimum of 1000 grams activated charcoal. The filter must be changed after no more than 50 hours of application time. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on this label. In addition, the PPE specified in (1) for activities with direct liquid contact potential must be immediately available and must be worn if the handler is to perform any direct-contact activity with a potential for liquid contact Handlers Exposed to High Concentrations Handlers exposed to high airborne concentrations of this product, such as cleanup following large spills and exposure to this product in poorly ventilated areas, must wear at minimum: Chemical-resistant suit Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate (EVAL) or viton Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear Supplied-air respirator with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-19C or self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-13F. See further respirator requirements in the User Safety Requirements section on this label.

5 days

Store in tightly-closed original container away from dwellings. Prolonged exposure of the container to direct sunlight must be avoided. Do not allow contamination of seeds, plants, fertilizers, or other pesticide chemicals.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
1,3-Dichloropropene 542-75-6 97.5 NOL STD
[Balance] 2.5
1,3-Dichloropropene
Cas # 542-75-6
Percent 97.5
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Balance]
Cas #
Percent 2.5
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alabama 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Arkansas 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Colorado 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Iowa 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Idaho 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Illinois 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Kentucky 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Louisiana 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Maine 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Mississippi 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Montana 12/06/18 Not Restricted
North Carolina 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Nebraska 12/06/18 Not Restricted
New Hampshire 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Nevada 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Ohio 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Tennessee 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Texas 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Virginia 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Vermont 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Washington 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 12/06/18 Not Restricted
West Virginia 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Wyoming 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Alaska 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Arizona 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Indiana 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Kansas 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Michigan 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Minnesota 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Missouri 12/06/18 Not Restricted
North Dakota 12/06/18 Not Restricted
New Mexico 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Oregon 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 12/06/18 Not Restricted
South Dakota 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Utah 12/06/18 Not Restricted
California 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Connecticut 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Delaware 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Florida 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Georgia 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Hawaii 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Massachusetts 12/06/18 Not Restricted
Maryland 12/06/18 Not Restricted
New Jersey 12/06/18 Not Restricted
New York 12/06/18 Not Restricted
South Carolina 12/06/18 Not Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

COTTON

  • Nematode
    • 0.028 To 0.056 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
    • 3 To 6 Gallons / Acre
  • Nematode - At-Plant
    • 0 To 0.028 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
    • 0 To 3 Gallons / Acre

POTATOES

  • Stubby-Root Nematode Vector Of Corky Ringspot
    • 20 To 25 Gallons / Acre
  • Stubby-Root Nematode Vector Of Corky Ringspot (For Colorado, Idaho, Minnesota, Oregon And Washington)
    • 20 To 25 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Wireworms In Mineral Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 20 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Wireworms In Muck Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 25 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Stubby-Root Knot Nematode In Mineral And Muck Soils - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Columbia Root Knot Nematode In Muck Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Columbia Root Knot Nematode In Mineral Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre

SUGARBEET

  • Nematode Suppression
    • 0 To 12 Gallons / Acre
  • Cyst-Forming Nematode Suppression
    • 12 To 17 Gallons / Acre

PEANUTS

  • Nematode Suppression - Broadcast And Row Treatment
    • 6 To 9 Gallons / Acre

NURSERY CROPS

  • Nematode And Certain Soil Pests
    • 21 To 55 Gallons / Acre
  • Nematode And Verticillium Dahliae
    • 0 To 15 Gallons / Acre
    • 0 To 0.0443 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
  • Soil Type Mineral
    • 42 To 55 Gallons / Acre

CARROTS

  • Columbia Root Knot And Wireworms
    • 18 To 22 Gallons / Acre
    • 0.053 To 0.065 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
  • Northern Root Knot
    • 15 To 18 Gallons / Acre
    • 0.044 To 0.053 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
  • Suppression Of Columbia Root Knot Nematode - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Wireworms - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 18 To 25 Gallons / Acre

CROPLAND

  • Perennial Weeds - Oregon
    • 25 To 40 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Perennial Weeds
    • 0 To 25 Gallons / Acre
  • Idaho
    • 0 To 25 Gallons / Acre

POTATO

  • Cyst Nematode
    • 18 To 36 Gallons / Acre

COMMERCIAL TURF FARMS

  • Parasitic Nematodes
    • 5 To 10 Gallons / Acre
    • 9 To 18 Gallons / Acre
  • Mole Crickets
    • 3 To 5 Gallons / Acre

CORN

  • Nematode Suppression
    • 3 To 6 Gallons / Acre

POTATOES, ONIONS AND CARROTS

  • Nematode
    • 0 To 15 Gallons / Acre
    • 0 To 0.0443 Fluid_Ounces / Ft
  • Sequential Application Of Telone Ii Plus K-Pam Hl Or Sectagon-K54 Or Sectagon 42 Or Vapam Hl For Suppression Of Verticillium Dahliae, Suppression Of Stubby Root Nematode Vector Of Corky Ringspot And Suppression Of Root
    • 11 Gallons / Acre
    • 32.5 Fluid_Ounces / Feet_Of_Row
  • Simultaneous Application Of Telone Ii Plus K-Pam Hl Or Sectagon-K54 Or Sectagon 42 Or Vapam Hl For Suppression Of Verticllium Dahliae And Suppression Of Root Knot, Lesion Nematodes And Stubby Root Nematode Vector Of Cor
    • 11 Gallons / Acre
    • 32.5 Fluid_Ounces / Feet_Of_Row
  • Simultaneous Application - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 Gallons / Acre
    • 32.5 Fluid_Ounces / Feet_Of_Row
  • Sequential Application - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 Gallons / Acre
    • 32.5 Fluid_Ounces / Feet_Of_Row

CANEBERRIES, STRAWBERRY AND NURSERY CROPS

  • Sequential Application - Or And Wa
    • 0 To 15 Gallons / Acre
  • Simultaneous Application - Or And Wa
    • 0 To 15 Gallons / Acre

VEGETABLE CROPS

  • Soil Type Mineral
    • 9 To 12 Gallons / Acre
  • Soil Type Muck Or Peat
    • 0 To 25 Gallons / Acre

FIELD CROPS

  • Soil Type Mineral
    • 9 To 12 Gallons / Acre
  • Soil Type Muck Or Peat
    • 0 To 18 Gallons / Acre

FRUIT AND NUT CROPS

  • Soil Type Mineral
    • 27 To 35 Gallons / Acre

CONTROL OF PLANT DISEASES

  • Bacterial Canker Of Peaches
    • 0 To 35 Gallons / Acre
  • Fusarium Wilt Of Cotton
    • 0 To 12 Gallons / Acre
  • Sugarbeet Rhizomania Disease
    • 10 To 18 Gallons / Acre
  • Verticillium Wilt Of Mint
    • 25 To 30 Gallons / Acre

CONTROL OF SOIL INSECTS

  • Symphylans (Garden Centipedes)
    • 18 To 35 Gallons / Acre
  • Wireworms
    • 0 To 20 Gallons / Acre

SOILS IN NURSERY STOCK PRODUCTION

  • Nematode (Tarped-Sandy Soils)
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam Soils)
    • 0 To 400 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Sandy Soils)
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils)
    • 0 To 400 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Sandy Soils)
    • 0 To 150 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils)
    • 0 To 150 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Tarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule B
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Tarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule B
    • 0 To 400 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule B - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule B - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 400 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule B - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 150 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule B - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 150 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule B - Telone Ii
    • 0 To 332 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule B - Telone Ii
    • 0 To 120 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Tarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C, Chart I
    • 0 To 200 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Tarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule C, Chart I
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 300 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule C - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 400 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 150 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Clay Loam Soils) Schedule C - Methyl Bromide
    • 0 To 150 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #1 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C - Telone Ii
    • 0 To 285 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Application #2 Untarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C - Telone Ii
    • 0 To 142 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Tarped-Sandy Soils) Schedule C, Chart Ii
    • 0 To 332 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 4-10%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 10-12%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 6-14%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 14-18%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 400 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 8-12%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 12-18%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 350 Pounds / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 18-22%) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 400 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay) Schedule D, Chart I
    • 0 To 400 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart Ii
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart Ii
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam Sand) Schedule D, Chart Ii
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 4-8% ) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 8-12% ) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 475 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 6-14%) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 475 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 14-18%) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 570 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 8-12%) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 570 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 12-18%) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 665 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 18-22%) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 760 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay) Schedule D, Chart Iii
    • 0 To 760 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 4-10%) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 200 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 10-12%) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 8-17%) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 17-22%) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 400 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay) Schedule D, Chart Iv
    • 0 To 400 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 4-9%) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 9-12%) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 6-9%) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 190 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 9-14%) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam) Schedule D, Chart V
    • 0 To 285 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart Vi
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart Vi
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam) Schedule D, Chart Vi
    • 0 To 300 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loamy Sand) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 4-8%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 332 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sandy Loam - Soil Moisture 8-12%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 475 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 6-14%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 475 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam - Soil Moisture 14-18%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 570 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 8-12%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 570 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 12-18%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 665 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay Loam - Soil Moisture 18-22%) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 760 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Clay) Schedule D, Chart Vii
    • 0 To 760 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Sand, Loamy Sand, Etc.) Schedule E, Chart I
    • 0 To 150 Lbs / Acre
  • Nematode (Loam, Clay Loam) Schedule E, Chart Ii
  • Nematode (Loam, Clay Loam) Schedule E, Chart Iii
  • Nematode (Loam, Clay Loam) Schedule E, Chart Iv
  • Nematode (Clay Loam) Schedule E, Chart V
  • Nematode (Clay Loam) Schedule E, Chart Vi

POTATO CYST NEMATODE ERADICATION PROGRAM

  • Idaho
    • 18 To 36 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF NORTHERN ROOT KNOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO POTATOES, OR ONIONS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF WIREWORMS IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO CARROTS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 18 To 20 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF WIREWORMS IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO POTATOES

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 20 Gallons / Acre
    • 25 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF WIREWORMS IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO ONIONS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 18 To 25 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF COLUMBIA ROOT KNOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO ONIONS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF NORTHERN ROOT KNOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO EITHER POTATOES, ONIONS, OR CARROTS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF STUBBY-ROOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO ONIONS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF COLUMBIA ROOT KNOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO CARROTS

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF COLUMBIA ROOT KNOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO POTATOES

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre

FOR SUPPRESSION OF STUBBY-ROOT NEMATODE IN SOILS TO BE PLANTED TO POTATOES

  • Colorado Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre

ONIONS

  • Suppression Of Columbia Root Knot Nematode In Mineral And Muck Soils - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Wireworms In Mineral And Muck Soils - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 18 To 25 Gallons / Acre
  • Suppression Of Stubby-Root Knot Nematode In Mineral And Muck Soils - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 19 Gallons / Acre

POTATOES OR ONIONS

  • Suppression Of Northern Root Knot Nematode In Muck Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 24 Gallons / Acre

POTATOES, ONIONS OR CARROTS

  • Suppression Of Northern Root Knot Nematode In Mineral Soil - Colorado, Idaho Etc.
    • 11 To 14 Gallons / Acre

NURSERY STOCK PRODUCTION (CALIFORNIA)

  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Tarped - Clay Loam Soils
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Tarped - Sandy Soils
    • 200 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 224 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Telone Ii - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Sandy Soil
    • 120 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 159 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Telone Ii - Schedule C, Chart Ii - Single Application Tarped - Sandy Soils
    • 332 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 372 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Sandy Soils
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 336 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Clay Loam Soils
    • 400 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Dual Application Untarped (Application #1) - Clay Loam Soils
    • 400 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Clay Loam Soils
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Dual Application Untarped (Application #2) - Clay Loam Soils
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Tarped - Sandy Soils
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 336 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Clay Loam Soils
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Dual Application Untarped (Application #1) - Sandy Soils
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 336 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Telone Ii - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Sandy Soil
    • 332 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 351 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Dual Application Untarped (Application #2) - Sandy Soils
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule A - Tarped - Clay Loam Soils
    • 400 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Telone Ii - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Sandy Soils
    • 285 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 319 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Tarped - Sandy Soils
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 336 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Sandy Soils
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Tarped - Clay Loam Soils
    • 400 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Sandy Soil
    • 150 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 168 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Clay Loam Soils
    • 400 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 448 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Methyl Bromide (Actual Ch3Br) - Schedule B - Dual Application Untarped - Application #1 - Sandy Soil
    • 300 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 336 Kilograms / Hectare
  • Material Telone Ii - Schedule C, Chart I - Dual Application Untarped - Application #2 - Sandy Soils
    • 142 Pounds_A_I / Hectare
    • 159 Kilograms / Hectare

SUPPRESSION OF CANADA THISTLE, FIELD BINDWEED (PERENNIAL MORNING GLORY) AND QUACKGRASS IN CROPLAND

  • Oregon
    • 25 To 40 Gallons / Acre