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SnapshotID: 40270

Active ingredients

2,4-D Dimethylamine Salt

Classification

O

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

4Action like indole acetic acid (synthetic auxins)

Registration

EPA:5905-501

Pests

WoodwormPigweedMexicanweedCrotonAlligatorweedArrowheadArtichoke, JerusalemPoison-hemlockBlackeyed-susanMorninggloryWatermilfoilRagweedBroomweed, Common/AnnualPuncturevineSweetcloverCarpetweedCarrot, WildSaltcedarAlderWaterplantainGalinsogaMustardCockleburCherryVirginia-creeperCress, Hoary/White TopDandelionHenbitDevil's-clawSmartweedElderberry /ElderFieldcress, AustrianFlixweedGarlic, WildDogwoodSumacDockBlackgumHawkweed, OrangeHealallWaterhyacinthIvy, GroundPoison-ivyJimsonweedSpatterdockLettuce, BlueLettuce, Prickly/ChinaMallow, VeniceMarijuanaMarshelderSt. Johnswort/GoatweedHoneysuckleFleabaneHorsetailNettle, StingingOnion, WildPepperweed /PeppergrassWaterprimroseDuckweedPovertyweedParrotfeatherParsnip, WildBulrushBeggarticksRape, WildPoorjoeYellow-poplar/Tulip TreePusley, FloridaPlantainRadish, WildAster /Wild AsterCinquefoilBurdockBirchSicklepodButtercupBox ElderLotus, AmericanWillowSpanishneedlesStinkweedStrawberry, WildSweetgumThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, BlessedThistle, BullThistle, MuskAspenVelvetleafMapleWatermilfoil, EurasianWatershieldGoldenrodHickory/Hickory NutDogbaneGoosefootIndigoIronweedKnotweedLambsquartersLupineMallow /CheeseweedPennywortRadish, Volunteer/CommonSagebrushSalsifySneezeweedTarweedThistleToadflaxVervainVetchWaterlilySunflowerRocket, YellowSowthistleAshCatnipBittersweetPurslanePokeweedChickweedCockleWintercress, BitterGumweedNettleCoffeeweedLettuce, WildSuckersPrimroseCoffeebeanGoatsbeardWeeds, Broadleaf, AnnualWeeds, Broadleaf, BiennialWeeds, Broadleaf, PerennialBrush, WoodyWeeds, BroadleafWeeds, AquaticWitchweedBidensRose, Southern WildTanweedBindweedJewelweedLoco /LocoweedOakIndigo, CurlyArtichoke, wildSweet potato, wildBitterweedCreeping JennyRagweed, BurFrenchweedTumbleweedMallow, IndianNutgrassHemp, WildPennycressWormseedWoody PlantsBuckhornParsnipRushGrassesShepherdspurse

Sites

AppleBarleyConservation Reserve ProgramCorn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetFallow LandFilbertFruit, StoneHopsPastureMillet (Grain)Nuts (All Types)OatOat, SpringOat, Winter/Fall-seededOrchard FloorsPearRangelandRiceRyeSoybeanSugarcaneTriticaleWheatSorghum, Grain/Milo, StoredLegumes, For SeedCropland, IdleGrasses, OrnamentalAthletic FieldsCemeteriesGolf CourseGrass/Turf, Seed TreatmentSodLawns /TurfParksBayousCanals /DitchesCanals/Ditches, DrainageCanals/Ditches, IrrigationDitchbanks, IrrigationLakes/PondsMarshes/Marshy AreasRivers/StreamsStreams, QuiescentReservoirsCottonwoodCottonwood, for PulpForest LandForest, CommercialFencerowsRailroadsRights-of-wayCanals /DitchesHedgerowsUtility Power LinesRoadside

Temperature range

Min 32°F
Max 72°F
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Danger
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Long-sleeved shirt and long pants; Waterproof gloves; Shoes plus socks; Protective eyewear
Personal Protection
All mixers, loaders, applicators, flaggers, and other handlers must wear: • Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, • Shoes and socks, plus • Chemical-resistant gloves • Protective eyewear (goggles or face shield) • Chemical-resistant apron when applying postharvest dips or sprays to citrus, mixing or loading, cleaning up spills or equipment, or otherwise exposed to the concentrate.
Restricted Entry Interval
48 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