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    SnapshotID: 47234

    Active ingredients

    Dicamba Dimethylamine Salt

    Classification

    O

    Herbicide

    WSSA mode of action

    4Action like indole acetic acid (synthetic auxins)

    Registration

    EPA:228-379

    Pests

    Aster, SlenderAmaranth, SpinyCroton, TropicArtichoke, JerusalemAster, SpinyAster, White HeathBedstraw, CatchweedBedstraw, SmoothBeggarweed, FloridaPoison-hemlockBindweed, Field/EuropeanBlueweed, TexasBrome, DownyBrome, RipgutServiceberryTansymustardBroomweed, Common/AnnualBuckwheat, WildPoplarBedstrawBurclover, CaliforniaStarbur, BristlyBurdock, CommonBursage, WoollyleafButtercup, Tall/MeadowCampion, BladderAlfalfa, Volunteer/StandsSweetcloverCarpetweedCarrot, WildCatchfly, NightfloweringRedcedar, EasternChamomile, CornPigweed, SmoothAlderFiddleneckChicoryChickweed, FieldChickweed, MouseearChickweed, CommonClover, HopGrape, WildCocklebur, Common/HeartleafCherryCockle, CornCornflowerCowcockleCreosotebushHawthornDaisy, EnglishDandelionHenbitDock, Broadleaf/Bitter/Blunt-leavedDock, CurlyDogbane, HempDogfennelEveningprimrose, CommonFalseflax, SmallseedKochiaFleabane, AnnualFlixweedBrackenfernFumitoryGarlic, WildGeranium, CarolinaGoldenrod, CanadaGoldenrod, MissouriGoosefoot, NettleleafDogwoodGromwell, CornSumacGroundsel, CommonBlackgumHenbane, BlackBuckwheat, TartaryHorsenettle /Carolina Horsenettle/Apple-of-SodomHorseweed/MarestailHuisachePoison-ivyJimsonweedKnapweed, RussianKnapweed, BlackKnapweed, DiffuseKnapweed, SpottedKnawelKnotweed, ProstrateKudzuLambsquarters, CommonLespedeza, SericeaLettuce, Prickly/ChinaLocust, BlackMallow, CommonMallow, VeniceMilkweed, CommonMilkweed, ClimbingMilkweed, HoneyvineMilkweed, Western WhorledHoneysuckleMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonMorningglory, Tall/CommonMustard, BlackMustard, Blue/PurpleMustard, WildElmNettle, StingingNightshade, CutleafNightshade, SilverleafNightshade, BlackPoison-oakRussian-oliveOnion, WildPepperweed /PeppergrassBlackberryPovertyweedPennycress, FieldFescue, RattailPepperweed, VirginiaBeechPersimmon, Common/EasternPigweed, RedrootPigweed, ProstrateBursageCedarPigweed, TumbleBasswoodPlantain, BroadleafPlantain, Buckhorn/Narrow-leavedPoorjoeEveningprimrose, CutleafPineRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortRagweed, LanceleafRagweed, WesternBirchSesbania, HempBuffaloburSorrel, Red/SheepShepherd's-purseSicklepodSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmartweed, SwampSnakeweed, BroomSneezeweed, BitterSowthistle, Annual/CommonWillowSowthistle, PerennialSowthistle, SpinySpikeweedSpurge, LeafySpurry, CornBurcucumberStarthistle, YellowWoodsorrel, YellowStarwort, LittleStinkweedSumpweed, RoughSunflower, Common/WildLadysthumbSweetgumSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, BullThistle, MuskToadflax, DalmationTrumpetcreeperAspenVelvetleafMapleWaterprimrose, CreepingWaterprimrose, WingedBindweed, HedgeCucumbertreeWoodsorrel, CreepingWormwood, LouisianaWormwood, AnnualYankeeweedHickory/Hickory NutYarrow, CommonYauponSundrop, HalfshrubTarbushCloverEveningprimroseGoldenweed, CommonGromwellHawkweedHemlockHempnettleIronweedKnotweedLocust, HoneyRabbitbrushSpicebushSpruceTarweedTeaselThistle, PlumelessVetchWaterhemlockWaterhempMayweedWitchhazelWormwoodYuccaRubberweed, BitterRose, MultifloraRose, MacartneyRocket, LondonSassafrasSowthistleSagebrush, FringedRagwort, TansyRagweed, GiantAshPokeweedButtercup, CreepingSunflower, VolunteerSoda Apple, TropicalMilkthistleButtercup, CornButtercup, Western FieldPoppy, RedhornedMarestailChickweed, CanadaJacob's-ladderMesquiteHuckleberryChamomileGoatsbeardBrush, WoodyTreesVinesWeeds, BroadleafClover, AnnualMallow, DwarfChervil, BurButtercup, Roughseed/Spiny-fruitedHornbeamDragonhead, American/Dragonhead MintOakAlkanetDewberryCypressWoodsorrel, CommonMustard, TreacleWindgrassRedvinePigweed, Triazine ResistantLambsquarters, Triazine ResistantRagweed, CommonPigweed, smoothLettuce, Miners Pusley, FloridaKochiaMustard, YellowtopsPigweed, RoughPigweed, SpinyMustard, wildMallow, DwarfPlum, Sand/WildTansymustardPuncturevinePurslane, CommonBitterweedRagweed, BurFanweedFrenchweedTeaweedHorsenettle, WhiteBursage, woollyleafCarelessweedRocket, YellowBachelor buttonThornappleQueen Anne's LaceCroton, WoolyMustard, Jim HillSmartweed, PennsylvaniaPennycress, FieldRadish, WildSowthistle, AnnualCheatgrassChinquapinChervil, BurBuffaloweedLakeweedBuckvineMoss, GermanFalseflax, SmallseedDogfennelThistle, RussianPineappleweedSpurge, ProstrateGarlic, WildCockle, WhiteNightshade, BlackClover, HopKnapweed, SpottedCowcockleSycamoreCottonwoodGromwell, CornAster, SlenderMustard, YellowtopMilkweed, climbingSmartweed, GreenDandelion, Common CatsearDandelion, CommonWeeds, Broadleaf

    Sites

    AsparagusFarmsteadBarleyConservation Reserve ProgramCorn (All Types)Corn, PopCorn, SilageCottonGrass, Forage, Fodder, and/or HayPastureOatRangelandSoybeanSugarcaneWheatTriticale, Spring-seededTriticale, Fall-seededSorghum, Grain/Milo, StoredSet-aside ProgramRyegrass, For SeedBluegrass, For SeedFescue, For SeedRye, Cover CropOat, Cover CropWheat, Cover CropSudangrass, Cover CropBarley, Cover CropBermudagrass, For SeedSorghumCorn, Pop, For SeedCroplandHay CropGrass, Newly seededLawns /TurfSt. Augustinegrass, EstablishedBentgrass, EstablishedSod FarmsHighways/RoadsRights-of-way, PipelineRailroadsUtility YardsFencerowsNon-crop AreasRoadsideDitchbanks, Non-IrrigationFarmyardsCotton
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Caution
    Product safety

    Protections

    Early entry
    Coveralls worn over short-sleeve shirt and short pants, chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure, and protective eyewear.
    Personal Protection
    long-sleeved shirt and long pants, shoes plus socks, and chemical-resistant gloves, (except for applicators using ground boom equipment, pilots and flaggers).
    Restricted Entry Interval
    24 hours

    Precautions

    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

    May be stored in a damp place

    May be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen

    Supplemental Labels
    • Preplant cotton and fall and spring seeded triticale (various states)