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    2,4-D Ester 6

    Tacoma Ag
    SnapshotID: 56953

    Active ingredients

    2,4-D 2-Ethylhexyl Ester

    Classification

    O

    Herbicide

    WSSA mode of action

    4Action like indole acetic acid (synthetic auxins)

    Registration

    EPA:83520-21

    Pests

    Crop StubblePigweedBullnettleArtichoke, JerusalemBindweed, Field/EuropeanBittercress, SmallfloweredBlueweed, TexasTansymustardBroomweed, Common/AnnualBuckbrushBurdock, CommonHazel /HazelnutAlfalfa, Volunteer/StandsSweetcloverCarpetweedCarrot, WildAlderWaterplantainGalinsogaChicoryMustardCinquefoil, RoughClover, RedCocklebur, Common/HeartleafCopperleaf, VirginiaCoyotebrushCress, Hoary/White TopCroton, TexasCroton, WoollyDandelionEveningprimrose, CommonFieldcress, AustrianKochiaFlixweedGarlic, WildGeranium, CarolinaDockHawkweed, OrangeHealallHorseweed/MarestailIronweed, WesternIvy, GroundJimsonweedLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, BlueLettuce, Prickly/ChinaLoco, BigbendMallow, LittleMallow, VeniceMarshelderMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonMousetailElmNettle, StingingOak, Shinnery/Sand ShinneryOnion, WildPepperweed /PeppergrassParsnip, WildPennycress, FieldBeggarticksRape, WildPoorjoeEveningprimrose, CutleafPurslane, CommonPusley, FloridaPlantainRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortSagebrush, SandBirchShepherd's-purseSicklepodSneezeweed, BitterSowthistle, Annual/CommonWillowSowthistle, PerennialSowthistle, SpinySpanishneedlesSunflower, Common/WildSweetgumThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, BullThistle, MuskManzanitaAspenVelvetleafVetch, CommonBindweed, HedgeGoldenrodHickory/Hickory NutDogbaneKnotweedLupinePennywortRabbitbrushSalsify, CommonVervainVetchWormwoodSunflowerRocket, YellowSalsify, WesternSagebrush, BigRagwort, TansyRagweed, GiantCatnipSmartweed, AnnualChamiseWeeds, BiennialCinquefoil, CommonNettleMorningglory, AnnualStumpsCoffeeweedLettuce, WildWeeds, AnnualButtercup, SmallflowerRose, Southern WildAster, ManyfloweredMorningglory, WoollyJewelweedOakBitterweedFanweedTumbleweedSage, coastalHemp, WildChaparral spp.PennycressWoody Plants

    Sites

    BarleyConservation Reserve ProgramCorn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetFallow LandMillet (Grain)Oat, SpringOat, Winter/Fall-seededPasture, GrassRangelandRyeSorghum, ForageSorghum, GrainSoybeanWheatSorghum, Grain/Milo, StoredPotatoesGrasslandPerennialsBermudagrass, Newly SpriggedCemeteriesGolf CourseSod ProductionGrass/Turf, Seed ProductionLawns/Turf, OrnamentalLawns/Turf, AirportsParksSod FarmsLawns/Turf, RoadsideVacant LotsPineReforestation AreaPine, Jack, ReleasePine, White/Eastern White, ReleaseSpruce, White, ReleaseChristmas Trees, Plantation and NurseryPine, Ponderosa, ReleasePine, Red, ReleaseSpruce, Black, ReleaseFir, Balsam, ReleaseSpruce, Red, ReleaseConifer ReleaseForest Site PreparationForest, RoadsidesAirportsFencerowsNon-crop AreasRailroadsRights-of-wayHedgerowsUtility Power LinesRoadside
    Restrictions

    Available for use in the following states

    Available

    Not available

    Caution
    Product safety

    Protections

    Early entry
    Coveralls, Chemical-resistant gloves made of any water-proof material, Shoes plus socks
    Personal Protection
    Protective eyewear (goggles, face shield or safety glasses), Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks. Chemical-resistant gloves, when applying with any handheld nozzle or equipment, mixing or loading, cleaning up spills or equipment, or otherwise exposed to the concentrate. Chemical resistant apron when applying postharvest dips or sprays to citrus, mixing or loading, cleaning up spills or equipment, or otherwise exposed to the concentrate. See Engineering Controls for additional requirements.
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 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