FLAX

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

Local conditions may affect the use of this chemical. Consult State Agricultural Extension or Experiment Station Weed Specialists for specific recommendations for local weed problems, and for information on possible lower dosages. Follow directions carefully. Timing and method of application, weather and crop conditions, mixtures with other chemicals not specifically directed and other influencing factors in the use of this product are beyond the control of seller. To the extent consistent with applicable law, buyer assumes all risks of use, storage or handling of this material not in strict accordance with directions given herewith.

AMOUNT OF SPRAY TO APPLY

Apply 5 to 15 gallons of total spray per acre when making applications with ground equipment, and 3 to 10 gallons of total spray per acre when making applications by aircraft unless directed otherwise under specific directions. Do not apply MCPA isooctyl ester by aerial application in the vicinity of sugar beets. Do not apply MCPA isooctyl ester around houses, recreation sites, or similar areas. Carefully read the Environmental Hazards section of the Precautionary Statements for further information on spray volume.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

FLAX:

Apply by ground sprayer or by airplane. Apply only when weeds are up and when flax is 4 to 8 inches high and before it comes into bud. Treatment after early bud stage may result in severe damage. If Canada Thistle is present, it may be necessary to go as high as 0.5 pint per acre to prevent seed head production. Some injury to the flax may result.

- Do not forage or graze meat animals on treated areas within 7 days of slaughter.

- Do not forage or graze dairy animals on treated areas within 7 days after treatment.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours