ProGibb 40%

Gibberellin A3 (3)
N/A
N/A
73049-1
N/A

LABEL

Label -

SDS

MSDS/SDS -

WP/S&T

Long-sleeved shirt and long pants. Waterproof gloves. Shoes plus socks.

Coveralls. Waterproof gloves. Shoes plus socks.

4 hours unless wearing appropriate PPE.

Keep containers tightly closed when not in use.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
[Gibberellic acid] 77-06-5 40.00 NOL
[Inert ingredients] Trade Secret 60.00
[Gibberellic acid]
Cas # 77-06-5
Percent 40.00
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient
[Inert ingredients]
Cas # Trade Secret
Percent 60.00
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Arizona 09/10/17 Not Restricted
California 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Hawaii 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Idaho 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Missouri 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Montana 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Washington 09/10/17 Not Restricted
Alaska 09/10/17 Restricted
Alabama 09/10/17 Restricted
Arkansas 09/10/17 Restricted
Colorado 09/10/17 Restricted
Connecticut 09/10/17 Restricted
Delaware 09/10/17 Restricted
Florida 09/10/17 Restricted
Georgia 09/10/17 Restricted
Iowa 09/10/17 Restricted
Illinois 09/10/17 Restricted
Indiana 09/10/17 Restricted
Kansas 09/10/17 Restricted
Kentucky 09/10/17 Restricted
Louisiana 09/10/17 Restricted
Massachusetts 09/10/17 Restricted
Maryland 09/10/17 Restricted
Maine 09/10/17 Restricted
Michigan 09/10/17 Restricted
Minnesota 09/10/17 Restricted
Mississippi 09/10/17 Restricted
North Carolina 09/10/17 Restricted
North Dakota 09/10/17 Restricted
Nebraska 09/10/17 Restricted
New Hampshire 09/10/17 Restricted
New Jersey 09/10/17 Restricted
New Mexico 09/10/17 Restricted
Nevada 09/10/17 Restricted
New York 09/10/17 Restricted
Ohio 09/10/17 Restricted
Oklahoma 09/10/17 Restricted
Oregon 09/10/17 Restricted
Pennsylvania 09/10/17 Restricted
Rhode Island 09/10/17 Restricted
South Carolina 09/10/17 Restricted
South Dakota 09/10/17 Restricted
Tennessee 09/10/17 Restricted
Texas 09/10/17 Restricted
Utah 09/10/17 Restricted
Virginia 09/10/17 Restricted
Vermont 09/10/17 Restricted
Wisconsin 09/10/17 Restricted
West Virginia 09/10/17 Restricted
Wyoming 09/10/17 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

SEEDLESS GRAPE

  • Seedless Grape
    • 8 To 24 Grams / Acre

BERRY THINNING SPRAYS

  • Flame Seedless
    • 3 To 16 Grams / Acre
  • Thompson Seedless
    • 8 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Raisin
    • 3 To 12 Grams / Acre
  • Other Seedless Grape
    • 0 To 12 Grams / Acre

BUMP SPRAYS

  • Thompson Seedless
    • 16 To 24 Grams / Acre

BERRY SIZING SPRAYS

  • Perlette And Thompson Seedless
    • 32 To 128 Grams / Acre
  • Flame Seedless
    • 20 To 128 Grams / Acre
  • Raisin
    • 4 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Other Seedless Grape
    • 8 To 60 Grams / Acre
  • Grape, Emperor, Etc. - At 12-16 (Mm) Berry Diameter
    • 0 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Grape, Red Globe
    • 0 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Grape, Queens
    • 0 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Black Corinth
    • 1 To 12 Grams / Acre

CITRUS: FIELD APPLICATIONS

  • Navel Oranges
    • 16 To 48 Grams / Acre
  • Valencia Oranges 9For California And Arizona)
    • 40 To 80 Grams / Acre
  • Lemon/lime
    • 10 To 32 Grams / Acre
  • Tangerine Hybrids
    • 20 To 40 Grams / Acre
  • Grapefruit (Not For Use In California)
    • 16 To 48 Grams / Acre
  • Grapefruit Star Ruby
    • 25 To 35 Grams / Acre
  • Clementine And Mandarin
    • 0.01 To 0.08 Grams / Gallons

SWEET CHERRY

  • Sweet Cherry
    • 16 To 48 Grams / Acre

SWEET CHERRY (NOT FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA)

  • Sweet Cherry (Not For Use In California)
    • 16 To 48 Grams / Acre

FRUIT STONE GROUP

  • Fruit Stone Group
    • 16 To 32 Grams / Acre

BANANA (NOT FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA)

  • Aerial
    • 6 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Ground
    • 6 To 20 Grams / Acre
  • Stimulate Early Growth
    • 2 To 16 Grams / Acre
  • Promote Plant Growth
    • 0 To 5 Ml
    • 640 To 1280 Ppm
  • Promote Healthy Root System
    • 50 To 400 Ml
    • 250 To 1000 Ppm
  • Stimulate Bunch
    • 200 To 500 Ppm
  • Postharvest Treatment
    • 750 To 1500 Ppm

PINEAPPLE (NOT FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA)

  • To Improve Fruit Size
    • 125 To 250 Grams / Acre
  • To Improve Uniformity Of Fruit Maturity
    • 12 To 24 Grams / Acre
  • To Maintain The Quality Of The Crown
    • 250 To 500 Ppm