DRY BEANS, ETC. - WEEDS HEIGHT OF 5 INCHES

General Information

Product Information

Rezult herbicide is intended for the postemergence control of a wide spectrum of broadleaf and grass weeds in dry beans, dry peas, peppermint, soybeans, spearmint, Poast Protected field corn, Poast Protected sweet corn and field corn or sweet corn grown for Poast Protected seed.

Duplex II System

Rezult is provided in a molded jug pack that contains enough sodium salt of bentazon and sethoxydim to treat 5 acres.

Duplex Single-Pour System

Rezult is provided in a molded single-pour jug that contains enough sodium salt of bentazon and sethoxydim to treat 5 acres.

Always read and follow all label directions when using any pesticide alone or in tank mix combinations. The most restrictive labeling applies when using a tank mix.

Mode of Action

Rezult herbicide is effective through postemergence contact and systemic activity. Weeds must be thoroughly covered with spray. Large crop-and-weed-leaf canopies shelter smaller weeds and prevent adequate spray coverage.

Crop Tolerance

All soybean varieties are tolerant to Rezult at all stages of growth. Leaf speckling may occur, but plants generally outgrow this condition within 10 days.

Only Poast Protected field corn and Poast Protected sweet corn hybrids are tolerant to Rezult applications.

Severe crop injury will occur to corn hybrids not labeled as either Poast Protected field corn or Poast Protected sweet corn.

In dry beans and dry peas, apply Rezult early postemergence to actively growing weeds before they reach the maximum size listed in Table 1. Apply to dry beans after the first trifoliate leaf has fully expanded and after dry peas have at least three (3) pairs of leaves or four (4) nodes. Applications prior to these stages may result in severe crop injury.

Dry bean and dry pea injury can be very pronounced. Even at the tolerant stages, yellowing, bronzing, speckling or burning of leaves may occur under certain conditions (see Restrictions and Limitations). This temporary injury is generally outgrown without delaying podset or maturity or reducing yield. Using oil with Rezult may increase injury and may reduce yields. Tolerant bean and pea types are adzuki bean, navy bean, pinto bean, pink bean, great northern bean, kidney bean, red bean, white bean, cranberry bean, black turtle soup bean, dry lima bean, dry snap bean, and dry edible peas (field peas).

In western irrigated dry bean areas, it may be necessary to irrigate prior to application of Rezult to ensure that weeds are actively growing. Weeds that are growing under moisture stress are not actively growing and will not be satisfactorily controlled. In this irrigated area, avoid applying Rezult during prolonged periods of cold weather (day temperature below 75° F and night temperature below 55° F for 2 to 5 days) because weed control may be reduced.

Peppermint and spearmint are tolerant to Rezult, however, some leaf burning may occur under certain conditions, such as when plants are growing very actively and have extensive new, succulent tissue. Peppermint and Spearmint plants generally outgrow this condition within 10 days.

Essentially, all grass crops such as sorghum, non-Poast Protected corn and small grain, as well as ornamental grasses such as turf, are susceptible to Rezult; therefore, avoid all direct or indirect contact with any grass crop.

Application Instructions

Application Rate and Timing

Use the entire contents of this container to treat 5 acres.

This is equivalent to 3.2 pints of Rezult per acre. Apply Rezult early postemergence to actively growing weeds before they reach the sizes listed in Table 1.

DO NOT apply the contents in the individual compartments of the Rezult container in any combination other than a 1:1 ratio.

Rezult can be applied at a maximum total rate of 3.2 pints per acre.

An additional 2 pints of Basagran herbicide per acre per season may be applied after a single application of Rezult. In dry beans and dry peas, an additional 2.9 pints of Poast per acre per season may be applied after a single application of Rezult.

In soybeans, an additional 5.9 pints of Poast Plus per acre per season may be applied after a single application of Rezult.

In peppermint and spearmint, an additional 3.9 pints of Poast per acre maybe applied after a single application of Rezult.

In Poast Protected field corn, an additional 2.9 pints of Poast Plus per acre per season may be applied after a single application of Rezult.

In Poast Protected sweet corn, an additional 1.9 pints of Poast per acre per season may be applied after a single application of Rezult. The additional application of Poast should be made 10 days or later following the application of Rezult.

Ground Application. Use a minimum of 10 gallons of water per broadcast acre at 60 psi (measured at the boom, not at the pump or in the line) to ensure adequate spray coverage.

When crop and weed foliage is dense, use up to 20 gallons of water at 40 to 60 psi. Use standard high-pressure hollow cone or flat fan nozzles spaced 20 inches apart. DO NOT use flood or whirl chamber nozzles. Brass nozzles are not recommended because of the corrosive effects of nitrogen additives.

At lower volumes (e.g., 10 gallons of spray volume per acre) use a minimum nozzle size of 8002 or equivalent to minimize spray drift.

Air Application. Use a minimum of 5 gallons of water per acre and a maximum of 40 psi pressure. To obtain uniform coverage and to avoid drift hazards, the following application equipment and practices should be used:

Nozzle type. Use only diaphragm-type nozzles producing cone or fan spray patterns.

Nozzle height. Maximum of 10 feet above the crop.

Nozzle orientation. Nozzles must be oriented to discharge straight back with the air stream (opposite the direction of travel of the aircraft) or at some angle between straight back and straight down.

Nozzles must be located no farther than 3/4 the distance from the center of the aircraft to the end of the wing or rotor.

DO NOT apply Rezult herbicide by aircraft within 200 feet upwind of ornamental or sensitive nontarget crops such as non-Poast Protected corn, cotton, small grains, sugar beets, or sunflowers.

Applicator must follow the most restrictive use cautions to avoid drift hazard and must follow labeling as well as applicable state and local regulations and ordinances.

Restrictions and Limitations

DO NOT apply Rezult herbicide to labeled crops under stress due to lack of moisture, previous herbicide injury, mechanical injury, or cold temperatures, as crop injury may result.

DO NOT apply to weeds under stress, such as stress due to lack of moisture, previous herbicide injury, mechanical injury or cold temperatures, as unsatisfactory control could result.

DO NOT apply if rainfall or irrigation is expected within one hour following application.

Physical incompatibility, reduced weed control, or crop injury may result from mixing Rezult with other pesticides (fungicides, herbicides, insecticides or miticides), additives or fertilizers not recommended on the label.

BASF does not recommend the use of Rezult in tank mixes other than those listed on BASF labels, supplemental labels, or technical bulletins. Local agricultural authorities may be a source of information when using other than BASF recommended combinations.

DO NOT apply Rezult as a preplant or preemergent treatment prior to corn, millet, sorghum, or small grain crops.

DO NOT apply Rezult through any type of irrigation system.

DO NOT apply Rezult to dry beans or dry peas within 30 days of harvest.

In dry beans and dry peas, in one season, DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pints per acre of Basagran herbicide or more than a total of 2.9 pints per acre of Poast herbicide after an application of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult.

DO NOT apply Rezult to dry bean fields until beans have at least the first trifoliate leaf fully expanded or before dry peas have at least 3 pairs of leaves (4 nodes) because severe crop damage may occur.

DO NOT apply Rezult to dry peas under stress from root rot.

DO NOT apply Rezult to garbanzo beans or lupines at any stage of growth, as severe crop damage may occur.

Not recommended for use on adzuki beans in California.

DO NOT apply Rezult to peppermint or spearmint within 20 days of harvest.

DO NOT apply Rezult to soybeans within 75 days of harvest.

DO NOT graze treated soybean fields and DO NOT feed treated soybean forage (green succulent) or ensilage to livestock.

DO NOT cut treated soybean fields for hay for at least 30 days after the last treatment of Rezult. Only processed meal from seed or hay may be fed to animals.

DO NOT apply the contents in the individual compartments of the Rezult container in any combination other than a 1:1 ratio.

In soybeans, in one season, DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pints per acre of Basagran or more than a total of 5.9 pints per acre of Poast Plus herbicide after an application of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult.

DO NOT apply, in one season, more than a total of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult.

DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pounds of bentazon active ingredient (a.i.) from all sources per acre per calendar year.

DO NOT apply Rezult to corn hybrids which are not specifically labeled as Poast Protected field corn because severe crop injury will occur.

Over-the-top applications of Rezult in Poast Protected field corn may be made until the onset of pollen shed.

DO NOT apply Rezult after pollination occurs.

DO NOT apply Rezult to Poast Protected field corn within 60 days of harvest of corn grain or fodder.

DO NOT apply Rezult to Poast Protected field corn within 45 days of harvest of corn forage/silage.

In Poast Protected field corn, in one season, DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pints per acre of Basagran or more than a total of 2.9 pints per acre of Poast Plus after an application of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult.

DO NOT graze treated Poast Protected field corn fields for at least 12 days after the last treatment of Rezult.

DO NOT apply Rezult to corn hybrids which are not specifically labeled as Poast Protected sweet corn because severe crop injury will occur.

Over-the-top applications of Rezult herbicide in Poast Protected sweet corn may be made until the onset of pollen shed.

DO NOT apply Rezult after pollination occurs.

DO NOT apply Rezult to Poast Protected sweet corn within 45 days of harvest of sweet corn grain and fodder.

DO NOT apply Rezult to Poast Protected sweet corn within 30 days of harvest of sweet corn forage/silage.

DO NOT apply Rezult to Poast Protected sweet corn within 30 days of harvesting fresh sweet corn.

In Poast Protected sweet corn, in one season, DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pints per acre of Basagran herbicide or more than a total of 1.9 pints per acre of Poast herbicide after an application of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult herbicide. The additional application of Poast should be made 10 days or later following the application of Rezult.

DO NOT graze treated Poast Protected sweet corn fields for at least 12 days after the last treatment of Rezult.

In peppermint and spearmint, in one season, DO NOT apply more than a total of 2 pints per acre of Basagran or more than a total of 3.9 pints per acre of Poast after an application of 3.2 pints per acre of Rezult.

Plantback/Rotation Restriction: If replanting or crop rotation is necessary in treated fields, DO NOT plant any crop for 30 days following the last application of Rezult unless Rezult, Poast or Poast Plus herbicide is registered for use on the crop.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

1 pint of crop oil concentrate or spray additive + 1-2 quarts of UAN solution

- Rezult can be applied at a maximum rate of 3.2 pints per acre.

1-2 quarts of UAN solution: AMS can be substituted at 1-2 pounds per acre.

Restricted Entry Interval

48 hours