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    Cavalcade 65WDG

    Sipcam Agro USA, Inc.
    SnapshotID: 50917

    Active ingredients

    Prodiamine

    Classification

    K1

    Herbicide

    WSSA mode of action

    3Microtubule assembly inhibition

    Registration

    EPA:60063-26

    Pests

    PigweedBluegrass, AnnualRescuegrass /Rescue BromeCarpetweedGoosegrassChickweed, MouseearChickweed, CommonCrabgrass, Smooth/SmallCrowfootgrassHenbitKochiaJunglericeLambsquarters, CommonCupgrass, WoollyLovegrassSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasPanicum, BrowntopJohnsongrassPurslane, CommonPanicum, FallPusley, FloridaItchgrassShepherd's-purseSpeedwell, Persian/BirdseyeSpurge, ProstrateWoodsorrel, YellowSprangletopBarnyardgrass/WatergrassWitchgrassKnotweedWeeds, BroadleafFoxtail, AnnualCrabgrass, LargeCrabgrassGrasses

    Sites

    Fern, Shield/Holly/LeatherleafPrivet, AmurLily-of-the-valley Bush /Andromeda, JapaneseApricotAralia /Japanese FatsiaArborvitae, American/White CedarWormwoodAsterAucuba, Japanese/GoldAvocadoAzaleaBamboo, HeavenlyRose, Banksia/Lady BanksBarberry, JapaneseBarberry, MentorBegoniaBougainvilleaBottlebrush, WeepingBulbsCapeweedCassia, Feathery/WormwoodLaurel, English/CherryCleyeraColumbineOrnamental Plants, ContainerCoreopsisCotoneaster, Bearberry/Coral BeautyCotoneaster, CranberryCrabappleCrape Myrtle, CommonViburnum, JapaneseCypress, ItalianDaffodilDaisy, Trailing AfricanDaylilySpindle Tree, Japanese/Euonymous, Evergreen/GoldenEuonymous, Wintercreeper/Canada GoldEuonymous, SpreadingFirFir, DouglasFir, FraserFir, BalsamFir, NobleFire Thorn, ScarletForsythia, Hybrid/Showy BorderForsythia, GreenstemForsythia, WeepingBlanketflowerGardenia, Common/Cape JasmineGermanderGrass, Mondo, DwarfBellflower, Tussock/Harebell, CarpathianHawthorn, CrataegusHawthorn, IndianHawthorn, Yedda/RoundleafHeather, ScotchHemlock, Eastern/CanadaHolly, AmericanHolly, ChineseHolly, Japanese/Box-leavedHolly, YauponHoneysuckle, JapaneseHoneysuckle, TatarianHopseed Bush /Hop BushHydrangea, Bigleaf/FrenchFig, HottentotIrisIvy, EnglishJuniper, ChineseJuniper, Creeping/AndorraLarkspurLemonLilyLimeLilyturf, Green/CreepingLoosestrifeMagnoliaMaple, JapaneseMaple, NorwayNarcissusNectarineOak, RedOlive, CommonOrangeOrnamental PlantsOrnamental Plants, Field-grownOsmanthus, HollyPeachPearPear, BradfordPinchushion FlowerPine, Scots/ScotchPine, Virginia/ScrubPine, AleppoPine, Black/AustrianPine, Canary IslandPine, Japanese BlackPine, LoblollyPine, Longleaf/Southern YellowPine, MontereyPine, SlashPine, White/Eastern WhitePistachioPlantings, LandscapePlumPlumbago, Dwarf/LeadwortPrivet, Japanese/Texas/Wax LeafPrivet, GlossyPruneSaxifrage /RockfoilShrimp PlantSpeedwellSpirea, Bumald'sSpruceSpruce, Colorado/Blue/KosterSpruce, NorwaySedum /Stonecrop/OrpinePittosporum, Japanese/MockorangeTulipViburnum, SweetViburnum, LaurustinusPeriwinkle, CommonWalnutYarrowYewYew, Southern/JapaneseYew, JapaneseAdam's NeedleAlmondCotoneaster, RocksprayFire Thorn, ChineseCherry, Australian Brush/Japanese BoxcherryIceplant, DelospermaRose-of-China/Hibiscus, ChineseBarberry, WintergreenBarberry, WartyCotoneaster, BrightbeadHollyJasmine, WinterPittosporum, QueenslandLavender Cotton, GreenViburnum, Leatherleaf/WrightGrapeSpanish BayonetKiwiManzanita, Vine Hill/SonomaViburnum, Canary IslandIceplantCeanothus, Monterey/Lilac, WildConeflower, PurpleCoreopsis, Plains/CalliopsisJasmine, StarGladiolusPink /Maiden PinkDragonhead, FalseLily-of-the-NileAkebia, Five-leaf/Chocolate-vineLady's Leek/Nodding OnionAnemone, JapaneseFern, LadyBergeniaSnowbankPink, CheddarGauraGentianSun RosePlantain Lily, FragrantHouttyniaInulaEdelweissCardinal Flower/Indian PinkPeony, TreeSage, RussianOak, Shumard's RedRue, MeadowShadehouseChrysanthemum, Nippon/Nippon DaisyCranesbillBaby's BreathEvening PrimroseMallow RoseTrumpet Creeper /Trumpet FlowerPine, CalabrianCranberry Bush, Dwarf Abelia, Edward GoucherBoxwood, JapaneseCoreopsis, MoonbeamIceplantOleanderPrivet, ChineseYuccaHostaPyracantha/FirethornBarberryLuciferParsoniLantana, WeepingYaku Jima SilberfederWeigela, Old FashionedRose-Of-SharonButterfly-BushSnowball JapaneseGrass, FountainCoreopsis, Early SunrisePurple DomeBottlebrush, CrimsonLavender, MunsteadLiriopeVeronicaGaillardiaViburnumLigustrum, WaxBlack-eyed SusanLoropetalumDogwood, AmericanVincaWormwood, CastleWormwood, Silver MoundCoralbellsElaeagnus, SilverberryFalsecypress, BoulevardSourwoodPhotinia, Red TipPolyhouse, UncoveredBahiagrassBentgrass, CreepingBermudagrassBluegrass, KentuckyBuffalograssCentipedegrassFescue, FineFescue, TallKikuyugrassRyegrass, PerennialSt. AugustinegrassZoysiagrassPaspalum, SeashoreGolf CourseSodLawns/Turf, EstablishedLawns /TurfBermudagrass, EstablishedBermudagrass, OverseededGrass, NurseriesGround, BareRights-of-wayFencerowsOrnamental PlantingsTree Farms
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Caution
    Product safety

    Protections

    Early entry
    • Coveralls • Waterproof gloves • Shoes plus socks
    Personal Protection
    WPS USES: Mixers, loaders and applicators and other persons 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 butyl rubber >14 mils, or neoprene rubber > 14 mils, or nitrile rubber >14 mils (See instructions for Category A on the EPA chemical resistance category selection chart B if you want other options.) • Shoes plus socks. NON-WPS USES: Mixers and loaders 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: • Waterproof gloves
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 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.

    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