Compact

Mepiquat Chloride (21)
N/A
N/A
1381-189
32°F
To
100°F

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves such as Nitrile, Butyl, Neoprene, and/or Barrier Laminate, Shoes plus socks

Coveralls, Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, Shoes plus socks

12 hours

Do not store below 32°F, nor above 100°F. Store in a dry place away from heat or open flame. Store in locked area in original container only, with lid tightly closed. Store separately from other pesticides and fertilizers, food and feed to prevent contamination.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
[Mepiquat chloride] 24307-26-4 4.2 NOL
[Mepiquat chloride]
Cas # 24307-26-4
Percent 4.2
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alabama 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Arkansas 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Arizona 28/02/18 Not Restricted
California 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Colorado 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Connecticut 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Delaware 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Florida 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Georgia 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Hawaii 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Iowa 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Idaho 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Illinois 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Indiana 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Kansas 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Kentucky 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Louisiana 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Massachusetts 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Maryland 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Maine 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Michigan 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Minnesota 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Missouri 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Mississippi 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Montana 28/02/18 Not Restricted
North Carolina 28/02/18 Not Restricted
North Dakota 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Nebraska 28/02/18 Not Restricted
New Hampshire 28/02/18 Not Restricted
New Jersey 28/02/18 Not Restricted
New Mexico 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Nevada 28/02/18 Not Restricted
New York 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Ohio 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Oregon 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 28/02/18 Not Restricted
South Carolina 28/02/18 Not Restricted
South Dakota 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Tennessee 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Texas 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Utah 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Virginia 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Vermont 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Washington 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 28/02/18 Not Restricted
West Virginia 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Wyoming 28/02/18 Not Restricted
Alaska 28/02/18 Not Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

SHORT-STAPLE AND LONG-STAPLE (PIMA) COTTON

  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (First Application)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Second Application)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Third Application)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Late Season Application)
    • 8 To 24 Fluid_Ounces
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (First Application: Without History Of Excessive Vegetative Growth)
    • 0 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Second Application: Without History Of Excessive Vegetative Growth)
    • 0 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Third Application: Without History Of Excessive Vegetative Growth)
    • 0 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Late Season: Without History Of Excessive Vegetative Growth)
    • 8 To 24 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (First Application: With A History Of Vegetative Growth)
    • 0 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Second Application: With A History Of Vegetative Growth)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Third Application: With A History Of Vegetative Growth)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • High Rate Single Or Multiple (Late Season Application: With A History Of Vegetative Growth)
    • 8 To 24 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (First Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 0 To 2 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Second Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 0 To 2 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Third Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 2 To 4 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Fourth Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 2 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Fifth Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 2 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Late Season Application: Excessive Growth Not Expected Or Lower Rates Have Worked In The Past)
    • 8 To 16 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (First Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 0 To 4 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Second Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 0 To 4 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Third Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 4 To 8 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Fourth Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 4 To 12 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Fifth Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 4 To 12 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Low Rate Multiple (Late Season Application: Excessive Growth Expected Or Higher Rates Have Been Necessary In The Past)
    • 12 To 24 Fluid_Ounces / Acre