WSSA mode of action5Inhibition of photosynthesis at photosystem II
PestsPigweedBluegrass, AnnualChessAlexandergrassAmaranth, SpinyBarley, LittleBluegrass, KentuckyBrome, JapaneseBrome, DownyBrome, SmoothRagweedBroomweed, Common/AnnualBurcloverCheat /CheatgrassMustardClover, HopCockleburCrabgrass, Hairy/LargeHenbitKochiaFoxtail, GiantFoxtail, GreenJimsonweedNightshadeJunglericeButtonweedLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, Prickly/ChinaMedusaheadFoxtail /Bottlegrass/PigeongrassMustard, TumbleQuackgrassNightshade, BlackPaintbrush, Flora'sPellitoryOat, WildPennycress, FieldFoxtail, YellowPimpernel, ScarletPanicum, FallSicklepodSpanishneedlesSpeedwell, CornSunflower, Common/WildThistle, RussianVelvetleafBarnyardgrass/WatergrassArtilleryweedWitchgrassWheat, VolunteerGroundcherryLambsquartersSagewortSunflowerRagweed, AnnualSowthistleAmaranthPurslaneChickweedMorningglory, AnnualLettuce, WildBurweed, CarpetThistle, AnnualMarestailWeeds, AnnualFireweedWiregrassCrabgrass, LargeCrabgrassSpurweedDock, Seedling
SitesGrama, BlueBluestem, BigBluestem, LittleConservation Reserve ProgramCorn (All Types)Fallow LandGuavaMacadamia NutGrama, Side-oatSorghum, ForageSorghum, GrainSorghum-Sudan HybridSugarcaneSugarcane, RatoonWheatWheatgrass, WesternGamagrass, EasternLovegrass, SandIndiangrassSorghumSwitchgrassGolf Course, FairwaysSod ProductionLawns /TurfSt. Augustinegrass, SodZoysiagrass, SodCentipedegrass, SodBermudagrass, SodPine, BishopPine, KnobconePine, MontereyPine, ShorePine, LoblollyPine, SlashSpruce, Colorado/Blue/KosterFir, WhitePine, LodgepolePine, Ponderosa/WesternFir, NoblePine, Scots/ScotchFir, GrandPine, JeffreyPine, Black/AustrianSpruce, SitkaFir, DouglasWheatgrass, CrestedIndiangrassBluestem, BigBluestem, LittleGrama, SideoatsGrama, BlueBuffalograssWheatgrass, WesternSwitchgrass/Switchgrass, BlackwellBrome /BromegrassRoadside
Available for use in the following states
Early entryCoveralls, Shoes plus socks, and chemical-resistant gloves made out of any waterproof material ≥ 14 mils.
Personal ProtectionMixers, loaders, cleaners of equipment or spills, and other handlers exposed to the concentrate must wear: Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants; Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate or butyl rubber or nitrile rubber or neoprene rubber or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or viton ≥ 14 mils; Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks; Chemical-resistant apron; A NIOSH approved particulate filtering respirator equipped with N, R, or P class filter media. The respirator should have a NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A. Applicators using spray equipment mounted on their backs must ear: Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, such as barrier laminate or butyl rubber or nitrile rubber or neoprene rubber or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or viton ≥ 14 mils, and Chemical resistant footwear plus socks. All other applicators and all other handlers exposed to the dilute must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, and Chemical-resistant gloves, suhc as barrier laminate or butyl rubber or nitrile rubber or neoprene rubber or polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or viton ≥ 14 mils.
Restricted Entry Interval12 hours. Exception: if the product is soil-injected or soil-incorporated, the Worker Protection Standard, under certain circumstances, allows workers to enter the treated area if there will be no contact with anything that has been treated.
May be exposed to direct sunlight
Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks
Should not be stored in a damp place
May be stored in a warm place
May be frozen