Label

Diuron 4L

Diuron (39)
Group C2 Herbicide
7
9779-329
n/a
N/A

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

All pilots, flaggers, and groundboom applicators must wear: long-sleeved shirt and long pants and shoes plus socks. In addition to the above, groundboom applicators must also wear chemical-resistant gloves. All mixers, loaders, other applicators and other handlers must wear: long-sleeved shirt and long pants, shoes plus socks, chemical resistant gloves made of any waterproof material such as polyethylene or polyvinyl chloride, a NIOSH-approved particulate filtering respirator equipped with N, R, or P class filter media (the respirator should have a NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A.

Coveralls, shoes plus socks, and chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material.f material.

12 hours

Storage should be under lock and key and secure from access by unauthorized persons and children. Storage should be in a cool, dry area away from any heat or ignition source. Avoid storage at high temperatures. Do not stack over 2 pallets high. Move containers by handles or cases. Do not move containers from one area to another unless they are securely sealed. Keep container tightly sealed when not in use. Keep away from any puncture source. Avoid storage near water supplies, food, feed and fertilizer to avoid contamination. Store in original containers only.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
Diuron 330-54-1 40 NOL STD
Ethylene glycol 107-21-1 3 NOL STD
[Formulation aids] 57
Diuron
Cas # 330-54-1
Percent 40
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
Ethylene glycol
Cas # 107-21-1
Percent 3
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Formulation aids]
Cas #
Percent 57
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Arkansas 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Arizona 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Colorado 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Florida 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Georgia 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Idaho 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Illinois 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Indiana 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Kansas 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Louisiana 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Maine 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Michigan 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Missouri 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Nebraska 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
New Mexico 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Oregon 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
South Dakota 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Texas 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Utah 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Washington 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Wyoming 10/13/2020 Not Restricted
Alaska 10/13/2020 Restricted
Alabama 10/13/2020 Restricted
California 10/13/2020 Restricted
Connecticut 10/13/2020 Restricted
Delaware 10/13/2020 Restricted
Hawaii 10/13/2020 Restricted
Iowa 10/13/2020 Restricted
Kentucky 10/13/2020 Restricted
Massachusetts 10/13/2020 Restricted
Maryland 10/13/2020 Restricted
Minnesota 10/13/2020 Restricted
Mississippi 10/13/2020 Restricted
Montana 10/13/2020 Restricted
North Carolina 10/13/2020 Restricted
North Dakota 10/13/2020 Restricted
New Hampshire 10/13/2020 Restricted
New Jersey 10/13/2020 Restricted
Nevada 10/13/2020 Restricted
New York 10/13/2020 Restricted
Ohio 10/13/2020 Restricted
Pennsylvania 10/13/2020 Restricted
Rhode Island 10/13/2020 Restricted
South Carolina 10/13/2020 Restricted
Tennessee 10/13/2020 Restricted
Virginia 10/13/2020 Restricted
Vermont 10/13/2020 Restricted
Wisconsin 10/13/2020 Restricted
West Virginia 10/13/2020 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

PINEAPPLE (FLORIDA)

  • Pineapple (Florida)
    • 3.2 - 5 Qt / Acre

BARLEY, WINTER (DRILL-PLANTED) WESTERN OREGON AND WESTERN WASHINGTON

  • Barley, Winter (Drill-Planted) Western Oregon And Western Washington
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

BERMUDAGRASS PASTURES (NEWLY SPRIGGED ONLY)

  • Bermudagrass Pastures (Newly Sprigged Only)
    • 0.8 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

CORN (FIELD)

  • Postemergence
    • 0.6 Qt / Acre
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Preemergence (Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi And Tennessee)
    • 0.5 - 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Louisiana) - Sandy Loam, Loam, Silt Loam, Silt
    • 0.5 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Louisiana) - Sandy Clay Loam, Clay Loam, Silty Clay Loam, Sandy Clay
    • 0.5 - 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Louisiana) - Sandy Clay Loam, Clay Loam, Silty Clay Loam, Sandy Clay
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre

GRASS SEED CROPS (PERENNIAL)

  • Western Oregon, Western Washington
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Oregon, Idaho And Washington (New Plantings)
    • 300 Lb / Acre
    • 2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Oregon And Washington - Perennial Ryegrass
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Annual Ryegrass For The Creation Of Rows
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Oregon And Washington - Tall Fescue
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre
  • Colorado, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico And Oklahoma
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Eastern Washington, Eastern Oregon
    • 0.8 - 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Perennial Ryegrass (Established)(Oregon Only)
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Fine Fescue Grass Seed Crops
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Tall Fescue (Established)(Oregon Only)
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Fine Fescue (Illahee, Rainier, Etc.)
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Established Perennial Bluegrass (Grown For Seed) (Washington, Oregon, Idaho)
    • 0.4 - 1 Qt / Acre
  • Kentucky Bluegrass (Established Stands East Of The Cascade Mountains) (Oregon, Washington Only)
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

SORGHUM (GRAIN)

  • Southwestern States
    • 0.2 - 0.4 Qt / Acre

WHEAT, WINTER

  • Idaho, Oregon And Washington (East Of Cascade Range)
    • 0.8 - 1.2 Qt / Acre
  • Oregon And Washington (West Of Cascade Range)
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Central Plains And Midwest
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Kansas, Oklahoma And Texas (Clay, Clay Loam, And Silty Clay Loam)
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Norhteast
    • 0.8 - 1.2 Qt / Acre

PEACHES (CALIFORNIA)

  • Peaches (California)
    • 1.6 - 3 Qt / Acre

PECANS

  • Loam, Silt Loam, Silt
    • 2.4 Qt / Acre
  • Clay Loam, Clay
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre
  • Sandy Loam
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

BLUEBERRIES, CANEBERRIES AND GOOSEBERRIES (WESTERN OREGON AND WESTERN WASHINGTON)

  • Blueberries, Caneberries And Gooseberries (Western Oregon And Western Washington)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
    • 2.4 Qt / Acre

PAPAYAS

  • Papayas
    • 2 - 4 Qt / Acre

PEACHES (IN ALL STATES EXCEPT CALOFORNIA)

  • Peaches (In All States Except Calofornia)
    • 1.6 - 2.2 Qt / Acre

PEARS

BROADLEAVES AND GRASSES

  • Ageratum, Etc. (1.6 To 4.8 Quarts/acre)
    • 1.6 - 4.8 Qt / Acre
  • Horsenettle (Partial Control - 3.2 Quarts/acre)
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre
  • Barnyardgrass (Watergrass), Etc. (0.6 To 0.8 Quarts/acre)
    • 1 - 1.5 Pt / Acre
  • Annual Groundcherry, Annual Morningglory, Etc. (1.2 To 1.6 Quarts/acre)
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Annual Morningglory, Cocklebur, Etc. (Partial Control - 0.8 Quarts/acre)
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Guineagrass, Maidencane, Pangolagrass (Partial Control - 6.4 To 8.0 Quarts/acre)
    • 6.4 - 8.0 Qt / Acre

ALFALFA (IDAHO, OREGON, WASHINGTON)

  • Alfalfa (Idaho, Oregon, Washington)
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ALFALFA (ARIZONA , NEVADA)

  • Alfalfa (Arizona , Nevada)
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ALFALFA (EASTERN COLORADO, KANSAS)

  • Tansymustard
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre
    • 3.2 Pt / Acre
  • Annual Weeds
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ALFALFA (OTHER AREAS WHERE ALFALFA BECOMES WINTER DORMANT)

  • Alfalfa (Other Areas Where Alfalfa Becomes Winter Dormant)
    • 2.25 - 4.5 Pt / Acre
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ARTICHOKE (CALIFORNIA)

  • Artichoke (California)
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

ASPARAGUS (NEWLY PLANTED CROWNS)

  • Asparagus (Newly Planted Crowns)
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL (LOTUS)

  • Western Oregon
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

COTTON (PREPLANT

  • Arizona And California)
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

COTTON

  • Postemergence (Early Season - Cotton 8 To 12 Inches)
    • 0.6 Qt / Acre
  • Preemergence (U.s., Except Arizona And California) - Sandy Clay Loam, Clay Loam, Silty Clay Loam, Sandy Clay
    • 1 Qt / Acre
  • Preemergence (U.s., Except Arizona And California) - Sandy Loam, Loam, Silt Loam, Silt
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Preemergence (U.s., Except Arizona And California) - Silty Clay, Clay
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Postemergence (Early Season - Cotton 6 To 8 Inches)
    • 0.4 Qt / Acre
  • Postemergence (Late Season: Lay-By)
    • 0.8 - 1.2 Qt / Acre
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Except Arizona And California) - Silty Clay, Clay
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Except Arizona And California) - Sandy Clay Loam, Clay Loam, Silty Clay Loam, Sandy Clay
    • 1 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Except Arizona And California) - Sandy Loam, Loam, Silt Loam, Silt
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Pre-Plant (Louisiana Only) - Loamy Sand
    • 0.5 Qt / Acre

PEPPERMINT

  • Soils Having 2.1 To 3.0% Organic Matter.
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Soils Having 1 To 2% Organic Matter
    • 0.6 - 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • Soils Having More Than 3.0% Organic Matter
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

RED CLOVER (WEST OREGON)

  • Red Clover (West Oregon)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (FLORIDA PREEMERGENCE)

  • Sugarcane (Florida Preemergence)
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (FLORIDA POSTEMERGENCE)

  • Sugarcane (Florida Postemergence)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (HAWAII POSTEMERGENCE)

  • Sugarcane (Hawaii Postemergence)
    • 1.6 - 4.8 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (LOUISIANA, TEXAS)

  • Sugarcane (Louisiana, Texas)
    • 2.4 - 3 Qt / Acre

APPLE (SPRING)

  • Apple (Spring)
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre

APPLE (POSTHARVEST)

  • Apple (Postharvest)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

APPLE (GEORGIA)

  • Apple (Georgia)
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

BLUEBERRIES (MARYLAND, NEW JERSEY)

  • Blueberries (Maryland, New Jersey)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
    • 2 Qt / Acre

BLUEBERRIES (INDIANA, MICHIGAN, OHIO)

  • Blueberries (Indiana, Michigan, Ohio)
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

BLUEBERRIES (ARKANSAS, FLORIDA, GEORGIA, MISSISSIPPI, MISSOURI, NEW HAMPSHIRE, NORTH CAROLINA, SOUTH CAROLINA)

  • Blueberries (Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, South Carolina)
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

RASBERRIES, BLACKBERRIES, BOYSENBERRIES, DEWBERRIES AND LOGANBERRIES (CALIFORNIA)

  • Rasberries, Blackberries, Boysenberries, Dewberries And Loganberries (California)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
    • 2.4 Qt / Acre

CITRUS (ARIZONA AND CALIFORNIA)

  • Citrus (Arizona And California)
    • 2.4 - 3.2 Qt / Acre
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

GRAPES (WEST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS)

  • Grapes (West Of The Rocky Mountains)
    • 2.4 - 3.2 Qt / Acre
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

MACADAMIA NUTS (HAWAII)

  • Macadamia Nuts (Hawaii)
    • 1.6 - 4.8 Qt / Acre

OLIVES (CALIFORNIA)

  • Olives (California)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

PEACHES (GEORGIA)

  • Peaches (Georgia)
    • 1.6 - 2.2 Qt / Acre

PINEAPPLE (HAWAII)

  • Pineapple (Hawaii)
    • 1.6 - 4.8 Qt / Acre

PINEAPPLE (PUERTO RICO)

  • Pineapple (Puerto Rico)
    • 3 - 5 Qt / Acre

WALNUT (ENGLISH)

  • Oregon, Washington
    • 2.2 Qt / Acre
  • California
    • 1.6 - 3 Qt / Acre

ORNAMENTAL CROPS

  • Tree Plantings (Colorado, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wyoming)
    • 2 - 4 Qt / Acre
  • Tree Plantings (Idaho, Oregon, Washington) - Coarse Textured Soil
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Tree Plantings (Idaho, Oregon, Washington) - Medium And Fine Textured Soil
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ALFALFA (CALIFORNIA)

  • Dormant And Semi-Dormant Varieties
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

ASPARAGUS (ESTABLISHED PLANTINGS: LIGHT SANDY SOILS)

  • Asparagus (Established Plantings: Light Sandy Soils)
    • 0.8 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

ASPARAGUS (ESTABLISHED PLANTINGS: SOILS HIGH IN CLAY)

  • Asparagus (Established Plantings: Soils High In Clay)
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

FILBERTS

  • Filberts
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
    • 2.2 Qt / Acre

CITRUS (FLORIDA)

  • Ridge Areas – Highland Co. – (Highly Permeable Soils)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • Ridge Areas – Except Highland Co. (Highly Permeable Soils)
    • 1.5 - 3 Pt / Acre
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre
  • East Coast And Florida/flatwoods Areas - (Low Permeable Soils)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

WHEAT, WINTER (DRILL PLANTED)

  • Kansas, Oklahoma And Texas (Silt And Silt Loam Soils)
    • 0.8 Qt / Acre

BANANAS AND PLANTAINS (NEW PLANTINGS)

  • Bananas And Plantains (New Plantings)
    • 1.2 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

BANANA AND PLANTAINS (ESTABLISHED PLANTINGS)

  • Banana And Plantains (Established Plantings)
    • 2.4 - 4.8 Qt / Acre

RASPBERRIES (INDIANA, MICHIGAN, OHIO)

  • Raspberries (Indiana, Michigan, Ohio)
    • 2.4 Qt / Acre

BLUEBERRIES (MAINE, MASSACHUSETTS)

  • Blueberries (Maine, Massachusetts)
    • 1.6 Qt / Acre

CITRUS (PUERTO RICO)

  • Citrus (Puerto Rico)
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre
    • 2.4 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

CITRUS (TEXAS)

  • Annual Weeds
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre
  • Johnsongrass Seedlings
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre

GRAPES (EAST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS|)

  • Low In Clay Or Organic Matter (1-2%)
    • 1.6 - 2.4 Qt / Acre

GRAPES (EAST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS)

  • High In Clay Or Organic Matter
    • 2.4 - 4.8 Qt / Acre

GRAPES (NEW YORK AND PENNSYLVANIA)

  • Perennial Grasses
    • 6.4 - 8 Qt / Acre

ORNAMENTAL CROPS: BULBOUS IRIS, NARCISSUS (WESTERN WASHINGTON)

  • Ornamental Crops: Bulbous Iris, Narcissus (Western Washington)
    • 3.2 Qt / Acre

ORNAMENTAL CROPS: PLUMOSUS FERN (FLORIDA)

  • Ornamental Crops: Plumosus Fern (Florida)
    • 2.4 Qt / Acre

NON-CROP WEED CONTROL

  • General Weed Control
    • 4 - 12 Qt / Acre
  • Irrigation Drainage Ditches
    • 4 - 12 Qt / Acre

TRITICALE (OREGON ONLY)

  • East Of Cascade Range
    • 0.8 - 1.2 Qt / Acre
    • 0.4 - 0.8 Qt / Acre
  • West Of Cascade Range
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

PEAS (AUSTRIAN FIELD)

  • Peas (Austrian Field)
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (FLORIDA POSTEMERGENCE

  • Panicum Control)
    • 0.4 - 0.8 Qt / Acre

OATS (DRILL-PLANTED SPRING OATS)

  • Idaho, Eastern Oregon, Eastern Washington
    • 0.8 - 1.2 Qt / Acre

OATS (DRILL-PLANTED WINTER OATS AND MIXTURES WITH PEAS OR VETCH)

  • Western Oregon And Western Washington
    • 1.2 - 1.6 Qt / Acre

SUGARCANE (PUERTO RICO POSTEMERGENCE)

  • Sugarcane (Puerto Rico Postemergence)
    • 3.2 - 5 Qt / Acre
    • 1.6 - 3.2 Qt / Acre

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