Label

Trooper P+D

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228-530
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LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves such as Barrier Laminate, Butyl Rubber, Nitrile Rubber, Neoprene Rubber, Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC), or Viton Shoes plus socks Protective eyewear For containers of over 1 gallon, but less than 5 gallons: Mixers and loaders who do not use a mechanical system (such as probe and pump) to transfer the contents of this container must wear coveralls or a chemical-resistant apron in addition to other required PPE.

Coveralls, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, such as polyvinyl chloride, nitrile rubber, or butyl rubber, shoes plus socks, and protective eyewear.

48 hours

If exposed to subfreezing temperatures (below 32° F), the product should be warmed to at least 40°F and agitated thoroughly before using.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, triisopropanolamine salt 32341-80-3 36.4-40.8 NOL STD
[Picloram acid, triisopropanolamine salt] 6753-47-5 9.7-10.7 NOL STD
Isopropyl alcohol 67-63-0 4.7-5.3 NOL STD
[Other Ingredients] Trade secret Trade secret NOL STD
2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, triisopropanolamine salt
Cas # 32341-80-3
Percent 36.4-40.8
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Picloram acid, triisopropanolamine salt]
Cas # 6753-47-5
Percent 9.7-10.7
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
Isopropyl alcohol
Cas # 67-63-0
Percent 4.7-5.3
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Other Ingredients]
Cas # Trade secret
Percent Trade secret
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alabama 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Arkansas 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Colorado 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Delaware 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Florida 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Georgia 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Iowa 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Idaho 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Illinois 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Indiana 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Kansas 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Kentucky 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Louisiana 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Maryland 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Michigan 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Minnesota 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Missouri 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Mississippi 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Montana 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
North Carolina 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
North Dakota 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Nebraska 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
New Jersey 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
New Mexico 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Nevada 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Ohio 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Oregon 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
South Carolina 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
South Dakota 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Tennessee 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Texas 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Utah 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Virginia 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Washington 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
West Virginia 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Wyoming 08/10/2019 Not Restricted
Alaska 08/10/2019 Restricted
Arizona 08/10/2019 Restricted
California 08/10/2019 Restricted
Connecticut 08/10/2019 Restricted
Hawaii 08/10/2019 Restricted
Massachusetts 08/10/2019 Restricted
Maine 08/10/2019 Restricted
New Hampshire 08/10/2019 Restricted
New York 08/10/2019 Restricted
Rhode Island 08/10/2019 Restricted
Vermont 08/10/2019 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

RANGELAND AND PERMANENT GRASS PASTURES (SOUHTWEST, SOUTHEAST, AND MID-ATLANTIC)

  • Annual Broomweed, Bitter Sneezeweed, Etc.
    • 1 - 2 Pt / Acre
    • 3 - 4 Pt / Acre
  • Aster Heath, Aster Spiny, Etc.
    • 2 - 4 Pt / Acre
  • Marshelder (Sumpweed), Mesquite And Oak Sprouts, Etc.
    • 3 - 4 Pt / Acre
  • Cactus, Pricklypear Or Cholla, Etc.
    • 7.5 Pt / Acre

RANGELAND AND PERMANENT GRASS PASTURES (NORTH AND NORTHWESTERN U.S.)

  • Absinth Wormwood, Annual Broomweed, Etc.
    • 2 - 4 Pt / Acre
  • Dense Clubmoss, Geyer Larkspur, Etc.
    • 4 Pt / Acre
  • Macartney Rose, Multiflora, Locust, Wild Plum
    • 7.5 Pt / Acre
  • Blackberry, Elm, Etc. (High-Volume Foliar Application)
    • 7.5 Pt / Acre
  • Macartney Rose, Multiflora Rose (High-Volume Foliar Application)
    • 7.5 Pt / Acre
  • High Volume Leaf-Stem Treatment
    • 3.75 Qt / 100 Gal Of Spray
  • Modified High Volume Leaf-Stem Treatment
    • 2 - 3.75 Qt / 100 100 Gal Of Spray

TREATMENT AFTER PLANTING GRASSES, INCLUDING CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM (CRP) ACRES

  • Treatment After Planting Grasses, Including Conservation Reserve Program (Crp) Acres
    • 4 Pt / Acre

FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA

  • Suppression Of Seedling And Regrowth Mesquite In Crp, Rangeland And Permanent Pastures
    • 1.5 - 3.0 Pt / Acre

BROADCAST CUT STUBBLE TREATMENT

  • Broadcast Cut Stubble Treatment
    • 7.5 Pt / Acre

CONIFER STRIP THINNING IN THE NORTHEASTERN UNITED STATES

  • Conifer Strip Thinning In The Northeastern United States
    • 15 Pt / 12 - 20 Gal

BROADCAST TREATMENTS FOR FOREST SITE PREPARATION (NOT FOR CONIFER RELEASE)

  • Western, Northeastern, North Central And Great Lake States - Control Of A Broadened Spectrum Of Woody Plants And Broadleaf Weeds
    • 4 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • Southern States - For Control Of A Broadened Spectrum Of Woody Plants And Broadleaf Weeds
    • 6 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • Southern States - For Control Of Susceptible Woody Plants And Broadleaf Weeds
    • 6 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • Western, Northeastern, North Central And Great Lake States - For Control Of Susceptible Woody Plants And Broadleaf Weeds
    • 4 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • Southern States - For Control Of Susceptible Woody Plants, Broadleaf Weeds And Grasses
    • 6 - 7.5 Qt / Acre

CUT SURFACE TREATMENTS

  • With Tree Injector Method
    • 0.5 Ml Of Undiluted Product
  • With Frill Or Girdle Method
  • Stump Treatment
    • 1 1

BROADCAST GROUND OR AERIAL FOLIAGE TREATMENTS

  • For Woody Plant Control
    • 3.5 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • For More Mature And/or Less Susceptible Species
    • 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • For More Resistant Brush
    • 3.5 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • In Arid Areas And For Control Of More Resistant Perennial Weeds
    • 3.5 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • For Seasonal Control Of Vigorously Growing Stands Of Field Bindweed, Etc.
    • 2 - 3 Qt / Acre
  • For Broadleaf Weeds, Vines, Other Woody Plants
    • 2 - 3.5 Qt / Acre
    • 2 - 7.5 Qt / Acre
  • Susceptible Seedling Stages Of Species Such As Aspen, Cherry, And Sumac
    • 3.5 - 6 Qt / Acre

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