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SnapshotID: 45803

Active ingredients

Glyphosate

Classification

G

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

9Inhibition of EPSP synthase

Registration

EPA:5905-560

Pests

PigweedBluegrass, AnnualCherry, Black/WildAlligatorweedAmmannia, PurpleAnoda, SpurredArtichoke, JerusalemAspen, QuakingBarley, LittleBarley, VolunteerBassia, FivehookRedbud, EasternBeggarweed, FloridaCeanothusPoison-hemlockKnotgrassBindweed, Field/EuropeanBittercressSwordfernBluegrass, KentuckyBluegrass, BulbousBeardgrass, Silver/Bluestem, SilverBlueweed, TexasMaple, VineBrome, JapaneseBrome, DownyBentgrassWheatgrass, WesternBroom, FrenchBroom, ScotchTansymustardBuckwheat, WildPoplarStarbur, BristlyOak, BlackHazel /HazelnutBursage, WoollyleafCanarygrass, ReedAlfalfa, Volunteer/StandsShattercaneCarpetweedHasardiaGoosegrassSaltcedarAlderFiddleneckCherry, PinCheat /CheatgrassClover, RedClover, WhiteCockleburCogongrassCopperleaf, VirginiaCopperleaf, HophornbeamCoreopsis, PlainsCorn, VolunteerPampasgrassBearclover, BearmatVirginia-creeperCrowfootgrassHawthornDallisgrassDandelionHenbitDevil's-clawDock, CurlyDogbane, HempDogfennelDwarfdandelionEcliptaElderberry /ElderTorpedograssFalseflax, SmallseedFennelFescue, Tall/AltaKochiaFleabane, RoughFleabane, AnnualFleabane, HairyOak, Northern PinFoxtail, CarolinaFoxtail, BristlyFoxtail, GiantBrackenfernFoxtail, GreenNutsedge, YellowGeranium, CarolinaGoatgrass, JointedDogwoodGorseOak, Tan/TanbarkMilkweedMonkeyflowerGroundsel, CommonBlackgumHorsenettle /Carolina Horsenettle/Apple-of-SodomHorseradishHorseweed/MarestailIce-plantPoison-ivyJimsonweedJunglericeKikuyugrassKudzuLettuce, Prickly/ChinaLocust, BlackStinkgrassMannagrass, Tufted/EasternMaple, RedMaple, SugarMedusaheadMilkweed, CommonHoneysuckleCupgrass, WoollyFilareeMuhly, WirestemMullein, CommonQuackgrassMustard, WildNapiergrassElmSalmonberryNightshade, HairyNightshade, SilverleafNightshade, BlackNutsedge, PurpleOak, Southern RedPoison-oakOak, PostBahiagrassOak, WhiteOat, Volunteer/Inter-seededOat, WildRussian-oliveOrchardgrassSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasPanicum, BrowntopBlackberryParagrassPennycress, FieldPeppertree, BrazilianPepperweed, VirginiaBeechFoxtail, YellowPigweed, RedrootPokeweed, CommonJohnsongrassYellow-poplar/Tulip TreeEveningprimrose, CutleafLespedezaMillet, Wild-proso/Proso Millet, VolunteerPanicum, FallPineRagweed, Common/ShortRyegrass, Italian/Annual/CommonRyegrass, PerennialItchgrassSandbur, LongspineMadrone/Pacific MadroneSandbur, FieldBirchRice, including Red RiceSycamore, AmericanSesbania, HempRye, Volunteer/FeralShepherd's-purseSicklepodCascaraButtercupSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmartweed, SwampSmutgrassSowthistle, Annual/CommonWillowSowthistle, PerennialSpanishneedlesSpeedwell, CornSpeedwell, PurslaneFescueSpurge, SpottedSpurge, LeafySpurge, ProstrateSpurry, UmbrellaBurcucumberStarthistle, YellowSumac, Dwarf/WingedPoison-sumacSumac, SmoothPersimmonSage, BlackSweetgumSwinecressTallowtree, ChineseSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, MuskManzanitaTimothyTobacco, TreeSprangletopTrumpetcreeperVaseygrassVelvetleafVelvetgrassBarnyardgrass/WatergrassWaxmyrtle, SouthernBermudagrassWitchgrassHickory/Hickory NutCattailWheat, VolunteerGroundcherryKnapweedKnotweedLambsquartersLantanaRyegrassWaterhempMayweedSunflowerRose, MultifloraRocket, YellowRocket, LondonSassafrasReed, GiantRagweed, GiantAshSourwoodFalsedandelionPurslaneChickweedChamiseCherry, BitterMorningglory, AnnualStumpsGroundsel Tree/CoyotebrushThimbleberryEucalyptusChervilAniseSage, WhiteThistle, ArtichokeBuckwheatGuineagrassBahiagrassHornbeam, American/Blue BeechSageOakCrabgrassRedvineJohnsongrass, SeedlingPusley, FloridaSmartweed, LadysthumbBromegrass, smoothSorghum, Grain Mustard, Blue/PurpleMustard, TumbleChess, SoftPhragmitesSweet potato, WildTeaweed

Sites

BermudagrassPastureRangelandFescue, Tall, Growth SuppressionOrchardgrass, Growth SuppressionBluegrass, Kentucky, Growth SuppressionQuackgrass, Growth SuppressionFescue, Fine, Growth SuppressionCanarygrass, ReedArborvitaeAzaleaBoxwoodChristmas Tree, Plantation and NurseryCrabappleEucalyptusEuonymousFirFir, DouglasFlowering PlantsHollyJojobaMagnoliaMapleOakNursery StockOrnamental PlantsPinePoplarPotted PlantsPrivetShrub BedsSpruceTrees, NurseryYewShadehouseNurseriesGreenhousesBahiagrassRyegrass, Annual/ItalianBahiagrass, Suppression/Seedhead InhibitionBermudagrass, DormantBermudagrass, ReleaseBahiagrass, ReleaseCemeteriesGolf CourseSod ProductionGrass/Turf, RenovationGrass/Turf, Seed ProductionBahiagrass, DormantCanals /DitchesCanals/Ditches, DrainageCanals/Ditches, DryDitchbanksEstuariesLakes/PondsReservoirs, Potable WaterRivers/StreamsSeepsIrrigation WaterWastewater Treatment FacilitiesRice LeveeEstuarineGaragesHabitat RestorationHabitat Management AreasSchoolsFences and Fence PostsTrees, AroundHabitat RestorationHabitat Management AreasWildlife Food PlotsAirportsFencerowsBuildings, AroundUtility Transformer Stations/SubstationsHighways/RoadsAsphalt, InIndustrial SitesLumber YardsPaths/TrailsPumping Stations, PipelinePublic AreasRailroadsRights-of-way, RailroadSidewalksTank FarmsConstruction SitesGuardrails, AroundSignposts, AroundManufacturing SitesWarehouse AreasRecreational AreasParksResidential AreasShoulders, HighwayApartment complexesOffice complexesBarley, Wild, SuppressionOat, Wild, Suppression Roadside

Temperature range

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Danger
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, chemical-resistant footwear, protective eyewear and chemical-resistant gloves greater than 14 mils in thickness composed of materials such as butyl rubber, natural rubber, neoprene rubber, or nitrile rubber, shoes plus socks and protective eyewear.
Personal Protection
Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, chemical-resistant footwear, protective eyewear and chemical-resistant gloves such as Barrier Laminate, Butyl Rubber, Nitrile Rubber, Neoprene Rubber, Natural Rubber or Viton. When mixing, loading or cleaning equipment wear a chemical-resistant apron. When handlers use closed systems, enclosed cabs, or aircraft in a manner that meets the requirements listed in 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.
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours

Precautions

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