2,4-D LV 4 Ester

228-139
N/A

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

If this container is over one gallon and less than five gallons, then persons engaged in open pouring of this product must also wear coveralls or a chemical-resistant apron. If this container is five gallons or more in capacity, do not open pour product from this container. A mechanical system (such as a probe and pump or spigot) must be used for transferring the contents of this container. If the contents of a non-refillable pesticide container are emptied, the probe must be rinsed before removal. NON-WPS TURF USES: Applicators and other handlers who handle this pesticide for any use NOT covered by the Worker Protection Standard (40 CFR Part 170) - in general, only agricultural-plant uses are covered by the WPS - must wear: long pants, long-sleeved shirt, socks, shoes and chemical-resistant gloves. After using this product, rinse gloves before removing, remove clothing and launder separately before reuse, and promptly and thoroughly wash hands and exposed skin with soap and water. The maximum number of broadcast applications to turf per treatment site is 2 per year. NON-WPS INDUSTRIAL USES: When mixing, loading or applying this product or repairing or cleaning equipment used with this product, wear face shield, goggles or safety glasses and chemical-resistant gloves, long-sleeved shirt, long pants, socks and shoes. It is recommended that safety glasses include front, brow and temple protection. For aerial applicators in an enclosed cockpit and applicators applying this product from a tractor that has a completely enclosed cab, eye protection is not required. Wash hands, face and arms with soap and water as soon as possible after mixing, loading or applying this product. After work, remove all clothing and shower using soap and water. Do not reuse clothing worn during the previous day's mixing and loading or application of this product without cleaning first. Clothing must be kept and washed separately from other household laundry. WPS USES: Personal Protective Equipment - Some materials that are chemical-resistant to this product are listed below. If you want more options, follow the instructions for category E on an EPA chemical-resistance category selection chart. Applicators and other handlers who handle this pesticide for any use covered by the Worker Protection Standard (40 CFR Part 170) - in general, agricultural-plant uses are covered - must wear: long-sleeved shirt and long pants; chemical-resistant gloves such as Barrier Laminate, Nitrile Rubber >= 14 mils, Neoprene Rubber >= 14 mils and Viton >= 14 mils; shoes plus socks; and protective eyewear. Follow manufacturer's instructions for cleaning/maintaining Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). If no such instructions for washables, use detergent and hot water. Keep and wash PPE separately from other laundry. After each day of use, clothing of PPE must not be reused until it has been cleaned. If this container is over one gallon and less than five gallons, mixers and loaders who do not use a mechanical system (such as a probe and pump or spigot) to transfer contents of this container must wear coveralls or a chemical-resistant apron in addition to the other required PPE. Engineering Controls Statements: If this container is five gallons or more in capacity, do not open pour product from this container. A mechanical system (such as a probe and pump or spigot) must be used for transferring the contents of this container. If the contents of a non-refillable pesticide container are emptied, the probe must be rinsed before removal. If the mechanical system is used in a manner that meets the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides [40 CFR 170.240(d)(4-6)], the handler PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS. When handlers use closed systems, enclosed cabs, or aircraft in a manner that meets the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides [40 CFR 170.240(d)(4-6)], the handler PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS.

Coveralls, chemical-resistant gloves such as Barrier Laminate, Nitrile Rubber >= 14 mils, Neoprene Rubber >= 14 mils and Viton >= 14 mils; shoes plus socks, and protective eyewear.

12 hours. Non-Agricultural: Do not allow people (other than applicator) or pets on treatment areas during application. Do not enter treatment areas until spray has dried.

Containers should be opened in well ventilated areas. Keep container tightly sealed when not in use. Do not stack cardboard cases more than two pallets high. Do not store near open containers of fertilizer, seed or other pesticides.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester 1928-43-4 67.2 NOL STD
2,4-D 94-75-7 NOL STD
[Other ingredients] 32.8
2,4-D 2-ethylhexyl ester
Cas # 1928-43-4
Percent 67.2
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
2,4-D
Cas # 94-75-7
Percent
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Other ingredients]
Cas #
Percent 32.8
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alaska 08/08/2018 Restricted
Alabama 08/08/2018 Restricted
Arkansas 08/08/2018 Restricted
Arizona 08/08/2018 Restricted
California 08/08/2018 Restricted
Colorado 08/08/2018 Restricted
Connecticut 08/08/2018 Restricted
Delaware 08/08/2018 Restricted
Florida 08/08/2018 Restricted
Georgia 08/08/2018 Restricted
Hawaii 08/08/2018 Restricted
Iowa 08/08/2018 Restricted
Idaho 08/08/2018 Restricted
Illinois 08/08/2018 Restricted
Indiana 08/08/2018 Restricted
Kansas 08/08/2018 Restricted
Kentucky 08/08/2018 Restricted
Louisiana 08/08/2018 Restricted
Massachusetts 08/08/2018 Restricted
Maryland 08/08/2018 Restricted
Maine 08/08/2018 Restricted
Michigan 08/08/2018 Restricted
Minnesota 08/08/2018 Restricted
Missouri 08/08/2018 Restricted
Mississippi 08/08/2018 Restricted
Montana 08/08/2018 Restricted
North Carolina 08/08/2018 Restricted
North Dakota 08/08/2018 Restricted
Nebraska 08/08/2018 Restricted
New Hampshire 08/08/2018 Restricted
New Jersey 08/08/2018 Restricted
New Mexico 08/08/2018 Restricted
Nevada 08/08/2018 Restricted
New York 08/08/2018 Restricted
Ohio 08/08/2018 Restricted
Oklahoma 08/08/2018 Restricted
Oregon 08/08/2018 Restricted
Pennsylvania 08/08/2018 Restricted
Rhode Island 08/08/2018 Restricted
South Carolina 08/08/2018 Restricted
South Dakota 08/08/2018 Restricted
Tennessee 08/08/2018 Restricted
Texas 08/08/2018 Restricted
Utah 08/08/2018 Restricted
Virginia 08/08/2018 Restricted
Vermont 08/08/2018 Restricted
Washington 08/08/2018 Restricted
Wisconsin 08/08/2018 Restricted
West Virginia 08/08/2018 Restricted
Wyoming 08/08/2018 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

CORN (FIELD, SWEET, POPCORN)

  • Preplant
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre
  • Pre-Emergent (Average Condition)
    • 2 To 4 Pints / Acre
  • Emergent
    • 0 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Post Emergent - Average Conditions
    • 0 To 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Post Emergent - Dry Conditions - Western States
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Pre Harvest
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre

SMALL GRAINS (WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE)

  • Annual Weeds - Average Conditions
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Annual Weeds - Dry Conditions (Western States)
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre
  • Perennial Weeds - Average Conditions
    • 0 To 1 Pints / Acre
  • Perennial Weeds - Dry Conditions (Western States)
    • 1.25 To 2 Pints / Acre
  • Pre Harvest (Average Conditions)
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre

SMALL GRAINS

  • Oat - Spring
    • 0 To 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Oat - Fall
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre
  • Spring Seeded Oats
    • 0 To 0.5 Pints / Acre
  • Fall Seeded Oats (Southern)
    • 0.25 To 1.25 Pints / Acre

SMALL GRAINS (WHEAT)

  • Emergency Weed Control
    • 0 To 3 Pints / Acre

SMALL GRAINS (BARLEY AND WHEAT)

  • Wild Garlic And Wild Onion Control
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre

CONTROL OF WILD GARLIC IN STUBBLE GRAINS AND CORN FIELDS

  • Control Of Wild Garlic In Stubble Grains And Corn Fields
    • 4 To 6 Pints / Acre

SORGHUM (MILO)

  • Post-Emergent - Average Conditions
    • 0 To 0.33 Pints / Acre
  • Post-Emergent - Dry Conditions (Western States)
    • 0.5 To 0.75 Pints / Acre

RED POTATO (GROWN FOR FRESH MARKET)

  • Red Potato (Grown For Fresh Market)
    • 0 To 2.3 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

GRASS SEED CROPS

  • Grass Seed Crops
    • 1 To 4 Pints / Acre
    • 0.75 To 1 Pints / Acre

NO-TILL APPLICATION

  • No-Till Application
    • 0 To 13.5 Oz / Acre

ESTABLISHED PASTURES AND RANGELANDS

  • Established Pastures And Rangelands
    • 1 To 4 Pints / Acre
  • Bitterweed, Broomweed, Croton, Etc.
    • 4 To 4.2 Pints / Acre
  • Wild Garlic And Wild Onion Control
    • 4 To 4.2 Pints / Acre

NEWLY SPRINGGED COASTAL BERMUDAGRASS

  • Newly Springged Coastal Bermudagrass
    • 2 To 4 Pints / Acre

SOYBEAN

  • Crop Residue Management Systems (Preplant) - 1 Pint/acre
    • 0 To 1 Pints / Acre
    • 0 To 16.6 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
    • 0 To 0.5 Pounds_A_I / Acre
  • Crop Residue Management System (Preplant) - 2 Pints/acre
    • 0 To 2 Pints / Acre
    • 0 To 33.3 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
    • 0 To 1 Pounds_A_I / Acre

SELECTIVE WEEDING IN NON-CROP AREAS

  • Ornamental Turf
    • 2 To 4.2 Pints / Acre

GENERAL WEED CONTROL

  • Airfields, Etc.
    • 2 To 6 Pints / Acre
    • 0 To 0.04 Pints / Gallons
  • Airfields, Fencerows, Etc. - Bitterweed, Broomweed, Croton, Etc.
    • 4 To 4.2 Pints / Acre
  • Newly Sprigged Coastal Bermudagrass
    • 2 To 4 Pints / Acre
  • Airfields, Etc. - Wild Garlic And Wild Onion
    • 4 To 6 Pints / Acre
  • Roadside, Fencerow, Rangeland - Southern Wild Rose
    • 0 To 0.01 Gallons / Gallons
    • 0 To 4.2 Pints / Acre
  • Spot Treatment In Non-Crop Areas
    • 0 To 4 Fluid_Ounces / Gallons
  • Grasses In Conservation Reserve Program Areas
    • 0.5 To 1 Pints / Acre
    • 2 To 4 Pints / Acre
  • Fallow Land
    • 1 To 6 Pints / Acre

BRUSH CONTROL

  • Non-Crop Areas
    • 2 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Sand Shinnery Oak And Sand Sagebrush
    • 0 To 2 Pints / Acre
    • 2 To 3 Pints / Acre
  • Big Sagebrush And Rabbitbrush
    • 2 To 6 Pints / Acre
  • Buckbrush, Chamise, Coastal Sage, Etc.
    • 2 To 6 Pints / Acre

FOREST MANAGEMENT

  • Conifer Release - Control Of Alder
    • 1.5 To 2 Quarts / Acre
  • Conifer Release - Douglas Fir, Etc. - Chinquapin, Madrone, Etc.
    • 0 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Conifer Release - Ponderosa Pine - Control Of Manzanita And Ceanothos
    • 0 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Conifer Release - Black Spruce, Jack Pine, Etc. - Control Of Alder, Etc.
    • 1.5 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Tree Injection (Pine Release)
    • 0 To 1 Millilitres
    • 0 To 0.0526315789 Gallons / Gallons
  • Dormant Application (Other Than Pine)
    • 0 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Dormant Application (Pine Only)
    • 0 To 2 Quarts / Acre
  • Christmas Tree Plantation
    • 1 To 2 Pints / Acre
  • Herbaceous Weed Control - Falsedandelion, Etc.
    • 1 To 3 Quarts / Acre
  • Herbaceous Weed Control - Hazel Brush
    • 0 To 2 Quarts / Acre
  • Site Preparation (As Budbreak Spray)
    • 2 To 4 Quarts / Acre
  • Site Preparation (As Foliage Spray)
    • 0 To 2 Quarts / Acre