CEREAL GRAINS (WHEAT, BARLEY, MILLET, OATS, TRITICALE & RYE) - WILD ONION OR GARLIC

General Information

CEREAL GRAINS (WHEAT, BARLEY, MILLET, OATS, TRITICALE and RYE)
(Not underseeded with legumes)

DIRECTIONS

Apply after grain is well tillered (usually about 4 to 8 inches high) but before boot. Do not spray grain in boot to dough stage.

*Do not apply to grain in the seedling stage.

Maximum rate 1 pint per acre from jointing to before boot stage. Treatment at this growth stage (jointing to before boot) should be used where such increased risk of injury to crop is acceptable. Higher rates listed on this label are more likely to cause crop injury.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE ON CEREAL GRAINS
The higher rates (greater than 1.0 pints per acre) increase the risk of grain injury and should be used only where the weed control problem justifies the risk of grain damage.

RESTRICTIONS FOR USE ON CEREAL GRAINS
- The preharvest interval (PHI) is 14 days.
- Do not apply to grain in the seedling stage.
- Postemergence
- Limited to one postemergence application per crop cycle.
- Maximum of 1.75 pints (1.25 lbs 2,4-D ae) per acre per application.
- Preharvest
- Limited to one preharvest application per crop cycle.
- Maximum of 2/3 pint (0.5 lb 2,4-D ae) per acre per application.
- Limited to 2.5 pints (1.75 lb 2,4-D ae) per acre per crop cycle.
- For aerial application, apply this product in 2 or more gallons of water per acre.
- For ground application, use a minimum of 10 gallons of water per acre.
- Do not mix with oil for crop uses.
- Do not permit dairy animals or meat animals being finished for slaughter to forage treated grain fields within 2 weeks after treatment.
- Do not feed treated straw to livestock if a preharvest treatment as described above is applied.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

CEREAL GRAINS (WHEAT, BARLEY, MILLET, OATS, TRITICALE and RYE)
(Not underseeded with legumes)

DIRECTIONS

Apply 1 pint when grain is well tillered and wild garlic or onion plants are small. Apply 1-1/3 pints after harvest in the crop stubble. For control of new fall growth of wild onion or garlic, refer to FALLOWLAND use directions.

*Do not apply to grain in the seedling stage.

Maximum rate 1 pint per acre from jointing to before boot stage. Treatment at this growth stage (jointing to before boot) should be used where such increased risk of injury to crop is acceptable. Higher rates listed on this label are more likely to cause crop injury.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE ON CEREAL GRAINS
The higher rates (greater than 1.0 pints per acre) increase the risk of grain injury and should be used only where the weed control problem justifies the risk of grain damage.

RESTRICTIONS FOR USE ON CEREAL GRAINS
- The preharvest interval (PHI) is 14 days.
- Do not apply to grain in the seedling stage.
- Postemergence
- Limited to one postemergence application per crop cycle.
- Maximum of 1.75 pints (1.25 lbs 2,4-D ae) per acre per application.
- Preharvest
- Limited to one preharvest application per crop cycle.
- Maximum of 2/3 pint (0.5 lb 2,4-D ae) per acre per application.
- Limited to 2.5 pints (1.75 lb 2,4-D ae) per acre per crop cycle.
- For aerial application, apply this product in 2 or more gallons of water per acre.
- For ground application, use a minimum of 10 gallons of water per acre.
- Do not mix with oil for crop uses.
- Do not permit dairy animals or meat animals being finished for slaughter to forage treated grain fields within 2 weeks after treatment.
- Do not feed treated straw to livestock if a preharvest treatment as described above is applied.

Pre-Harvest Interval

14 days

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours

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