TREE AND VINE CROPS - SUCKER CONTROL

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

Rely 200 Herbicide is a nonselective herbicide for application as a foliar spray for the control of a broad spectrum of emerged annual and perennial grass and broadleaf weeds. Rely 200 Herbicide will also control certain woody species. Plants that have not yet emerged at the time of application will not be controlled. THOROUGH SPRAY COVERAGE IS IMPORTANT. Visual effects and control from an application of Rely 200 Herbicide occur within 2 to 4 days after application under good growing conditions.

Avoid all contact with foliage or green tissue of desirable vegetation. Do not spray during windy conditions. This product may injure or kill growing plants that receive spray drift or if they receive applications of a spray mixture containing Rely 200 Herbicide by error or accident. If desirable vegetation is contacted, rinse the sprayed portion with water immediately to reduce potential injury.

Rely 200 Herbicide works best when weeds are actively growing. Warm temperatures, high humidity, and bright sunlight improve the performance of Rely 200 Herbicide. Weed control may be reduced when applications are made to weeds under stress due to drought or cool temperatures. Weeds under stress or in dense populations will require application at the highest specified label use rate. Stressed conditions also include prior treatments of other contact or systemic herbicides. Do not retreat these weeds with Rely 200 Herbicide until sufficient new or regrowth has occurred. Refer to the How to Apply section of the label.

Apply Rely 200 Herbicide as a directed spray to control undesirable vegetation in apple orchards, grape vineyards, and in tree nut groves for tree nuts listed below. When applied as recommended in the label, Rely 200 Herbicide controls annual and perennial weeds. Refer to the How to Apply section of the labeling for recommended rates and a list of weeds controlled. Apply as a broadcast, banded, or spot treatment application depending on the situation. Avoid direct spray or drift to desirable vegetation. Regrowth may occur due to the weed stage of growth at application, low use rate, or environmental conditions. Repeat applications of Rely 200 Herbicide may be necessary to control plants generating from underground parts or seed.

In the State of New York Only: Not For Use In Nassau and Suffolk Counties.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

TREE AND VINE CROPS

Do not apply on, or allow spray to drift onto, desirable foliage of trees and vines, as damage will occur. Avoid contact with green, uncallused bark on young trees and vines as injury may occur. Do not apply Rely 200 Herbicide to trees or vines established less than one year, unless protected from spray contact by non-pourous wraps, grow tubes, or waxed containers.

Refer to the When to Apply, Mixing Procedures, and How to Apply sections of the label for information on how and when to properly mix and apply this product. Do not apply more than 345 fluid ounces of Rely 200 Herbicide per acre to tree and vine crops in a 12-month period.

RESTRICTIONS AND PRECAUTIONS FOR TREE AND VINE CROPS

- DO NOT apply more than 345 fluid ounces of this product per acre to any site in any calendar year.

- DO NOT graze, harvest, and/or feed treated orchard cover crops to livestock.

- DO NOT apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

- DO NOT apply this product aerially to tree and vine crops.

- DO NOT apply this product within 14 days of nut, apple, or grape harvest.

- Compatibility of Rely 200 Herbicide and clay-based, dry-flowable herbicides should be determined before tank mixing.

Sucker Control with Rely 200 Herbicide

Rely 200 Herbicide will reduce or eliminate sucker growth when applied to suckers that are young, green, and uncallused. For sucker control, apply a split application approximately 4 weeks apart at 77 fluid ounces of product per acre. Coverage of all sucker foliage is necessary for optimum control. Suckers should not exceed 12 inches in length.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours