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Lo-Vol 4 2,4-D (Tenkoz-Nufarm)

Tenkoz
SnapshotID: 53591

Active ingredients

2,4-D Isooctyl(2-ethylhexyl) Ester

Classification

O

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

4Action like indole acetic acid (synthetic auxins)

Registration

EPA:228-139-55467

Pests

PigweedMexicanweedCrotonBullnettleArtichoke, JerusalemCeanothusPoison-hemlockBindweed, Field/EuropeanBittercress, SmallfloweredBlackeyed-susanMorninggloryBlueweed, TexasServiceberryRagweedTansymustardBroomweed, Common/AnnualBuckbrushBuckwheat, WildBurheadHazel /HazelnutPuncturevineAlfalfa, Volunteer/StandsSweetcloverCarpetweedCarrot, WildAlderFiddleneckGalinsogaChicoryMustardCinquefoil, RoughClover, RedGrape, WildCockleburCocklebur, Common/HeartleafCopperleaf, VirginiaCornflowerCoyotebrushVirginia-creeperCress, Hoary/White TopHawthornDandelionHenbitDevil's-clawSmartweedDogfennelElderberry /ElderFieldcress, AustrianKochiaFlixweedGarlic, WildGeranium, CarolinaDogwoodOak, Tan/TanbarkSumacDockHawkweed, OrangeHealallHoneysuckle, JapaneseIvy, GroundPoison-ivyJimsonweedLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, BlueLettuce, Prickly/ChinaMaple, RedMarijuanaMarshelderSt. Johnswort/GoatweedHoneysucklePecanHorsetailMousetailMustard, WildElmNettle, StingingOak, Shinnery/Sand ShinneryOnion, WildPepperweed /PeppergrassPovertyweedParsnip, WildPennycress, FieldBeggarticksRape, WildPoorjoeEveningprimrose, CutleafPurslane, CommonPusley, FloridaPlantainRadish, WildAster /Wild AsterSagebrush, SandCinquefoilRedstemBurdockMadrone/Pacific MadroneBirchShepherd's-purseSicklepodCascaraButtercupBox ElderSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSowthistle, Annual/CommonWillowSpanishneedlesStarthistle, YellowStinkweedStrawberry, WildSweetgumThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, BlessedThistle, BullThistle, MuskManzanitaAspenVelvetleafVetch, HairyMapleGoldenrodHickory/Hickory NutSpeedwellDogbaneGoosefootHawkweedIndigoIronweedKnotweedLambsquartersLupineMallow /CheeseweedMilkvetchPennywortRabbitbrushSagebrushSalsifySneezeweedStarthistleTarweedThistleToadflaxVervainVetchWormwoodSunflowerRocket, YellowSowthistleSagebrush, BigRagwort, TansyRagweed, GiantAshCatnipFalsedandelionPrimrosePurslanePokeweedChickweedChamiseCockleWintercress, BitterCinquefoil, CommonGumweedNettleMorningglory, AnnualCoffeeweedBuckthornLettuce, WildArtichoke, WildCoffeebeanGoatsbeardWeeds, BroadleafWitchweedButtercup, SmallflowerBidensRose, Southern WildRose, CherokeeHalogetonAster, ManyfloweredTanweedPoplar, CherryBindweedFleabane, Philadelphia/DaisyJewelweedLoco /LocoweedOakIndigo, CurlyRagweed, CommonSweet potato, wildBitterweedCreeping JennyRagweed, BurFanweedFrenchweedTumbleweedMallow, IndianKlamathweedNutgrassSage, coastalHemp, WildChaparral spp.PennycressWormseedBuck brushChinquapinParsnipMarestail/HorseweedBeech, Blue

Sites

BarleyConservation Reserve ProgramCorn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetFallow LandGrass, For SeedPastureOatOat, SpringRangelandRyeSoybeanWheatSorghum, Grain/Milo, StoredPotato, Red, Fresh MarketBermudagrass, CoastalGrass, VariousOat, Fall-seeded, For GrainCemeteriesGolf CourseGolf Course, ApronsGolf Course, RoughsGolf Course, FairwaysGolf Course, TeesLawns/Turf, OrnamentalLawns /TurfParksSod FarmsDitchbanksPinePine ReleasePine, JackFir, Douglas, ReleaseHemlock ReleaseSpruce, White/Black Hills/AlbertaPine, Ponderosa/WesternPine, Red/NorwayChristmas Trees, Plantation and NurserySpruce, BlackFir, Grand, ReleaseSpruce, Sitka, ReleaseConifer ReleaseConifer, ForestryFir, DouglasForest LandForest Site PreparationFencerowsIndustrial SitesNon-crop AreasRights-of-wayVacant LotsRoadsideAirfield
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material and shoes plus socks.
Personal Protection
All mixers, loaders, applicators, flaggers, and other handlers must wear: • Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, • Shoes and socks, • Chemical-resistant gloves, and • Chemical-resistant apron when mixing or loading, cleaning up spills or equipment, or otherwise exposed to the concentrate • Protective eyewear
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