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SnapshotID: 64379

Active ingredients

Glufosinate-ammonium

Classification

H

Herbicide

WSSA mode of action

10Inhibition of glutamine synthetase

Registration

EPA:71368-112-1381

Pests

Bluegrass, AnnualAmmannia, PurpleCroton, TropicAnoda, SpurredAster, White HeathBarley, VolunteerBedstraw, CatchweedBeggarweed, FloridaBindweed, Field/EuropeanBluegrass, KentuckyBlueweed, TexasBrome, RipgutBrome, SmoothTansymustardBuckwheat, WildBurclover, CaliforniaStarbur, BristlyBursage, WoollyleafPuncturevineCanarygrassAlfalfa, Volunteer/StandsShattercaneCarpetweedGoosegrassPigweed, SmoothFiddleneckChickweed, MouseearChickweed, CommonClover, RedClover, WhiteCocklebur, Common/HeartleafSenna, CoffeeCopperleaf, VirginiaCopperleaf, HophornbeamCorn, VolunteerCrabgrass, Smooth/SmallCrabgrass, Hairy/LargeCroton, WoollyDallisgrassDandelionHenbitDevil's-clawDock, CurlyDogbane, HempEcliptaTorpedograssFilaree, RedstemBrome /BromegrassKochiaFleabane, AnnualFoxtail, BristlyFoxtail, GiantFoxtail, GreenGalinsoga, HairyGalinsoga, SmallflowerNutsedge, YellowGroundcherry, CutleafGroundsel, CommonHorsenettle /Carolina Horsenettle/Apple-of-SodomHorseweed/MarestailPoison-ivyJimsonweedJunglericeLambsquarters, CommonLettuce, Prickly/ChinaStinkgrassMallow, CommonMallow, LittleMallow, VeniceMedic, BlackMilkweed, CommonMilkweed, HoneyvineCupgrass, WoollyMorningglory, Ivyleaf/Entireleaf/Hairy/CommonLovegrassMorningglory, Pitted/Small WhiteMorningglory, SmallflowerMorningglory, Tall/CommonHorsetailFilareeMugwortMuhly, WirestemMullein, CommonMullein, TurkeyQuackgrassMustard, WildRose, Wild/BriarNightshade, Eastern BlackNightshade, HairyNightshade, SilverleafNightshade, BlackNutsedge, PurplePoison-oakOat, WildOnion, WildOrchardgrassSignalgrass, BroadleafPanicum, TexasParagrassPennycress, FieldFoxtail, YellowAmaranth, PalmerPigweed, RedrootBulrushPigweed, ProstrateWaterhemp, TallPigweed, TumblePineapple-weedPoinsettia, WildPokeweed, CommonJohnsongrassCudweedEveningprimrose, CutleafMillet, Wild-proso/Proso Millet, VolunteerPurslane, CommonPanicum, FallPusley, FloridaPlantainRadish, WildRagweed, Common/ShortToadrushRyegrass, Italian/Annual/CommonBurdockSandbur, FieldRice, including Red RiceBuffaloburShepherd's-purseSicklepodSmartweed, PennsylvaniaSmellmelonSowthistle, Annual/CommonArrowhead, CaliforniaSowthistle, PerennialFescueSpurge, SpottedSpurge, LeafySpurge, ProstrateBurcucumberStarthistle, YellowSunflower, Common/WildSunflower, PrairieLadysthumbSida, Prickly/SpinyThistle, CanadaThistle, RussianThistle, BullThistle, MuskTimothySprangletopVaseygrassVelvetleafMarestailBarnyardgrass/WatergrassLettuce, Miner'sBindweed, HedgeBermudagrassWitchgrassWormwood, BiennialYarrow, CommonWheat, VolunteerDodderGoosefootHempnettleKnotweedMarshelder, AnnualVervainVetchMayweedWoodsorrelClover, AlsikeMorningglory, EntireleafRocket, YellowRocket, LondonRagweed, GiantRubusNettleGeranium, CutleafDock, SmoothGoldenrod, GraySida, AlkaliWaterhemp, CommonSunflower, VolunteerGromwell, FieldCanola, VolunteerSuckersGuineagrassSorghum, VolunteerMorningglory, Sharppod/CottonSoybean, VolunteerCotton, VolunteerCrabgrass, LargeWindgrassJohnsongrass, RhizomeJohnsongrass, SeedlingRagweed, CommonCoffeeweedThistle, RussianPigweed, SpinyBromegrass, smoothChess, SoftTeaweedTurnip, WildCleaverPennycressSowthistle, AnnualSwinecressRedmaids

Sites

AlmondAppleApricotBeechnutBeet, SugarBlueberry, HighbushBlueberry, LowbushBrazil NutCanolaCashewCherry, Sweet/MazzardCherry, Sour/TartChestnutFruit, Citrus, HybridCorn (All Types)Corn, FieldCorn, SilageCorn, SweetCottonCrabappleElderberryFallow LandFilbertFruit, PomeFruit, StoneGooseberryGrape, RaisinGrape, TableGrapefruitHazelnutHuckleberryKumquatLemonLimeLoquatMacadamia NutMayhaws (All Types)NectarineHickory NutOliveOrangeOrange, SourPeachPearPecanPlumPlum, DamsonPrunePummeloQuinceSoybeanSoybean, For SeedTangeloTangorWalnut, EnglishWalnut, BlackCalamondinOrange, Satsuma MandarinPlum, ChickasawPear, OrientalPlumcotOrange, SweetChinquapinCanola, For SeedFarmstead Building Foundations, AroundShelterbelts, FarmsteadNut/Tree NutLingonberryJuneberrySalalCurrant, BlackPlum, JapanesePotatoesCurrant, RedAronia BerryCurrant, BuffaloGuava, ChileanBarberry, EuropeanCranberry, HighbushJostaberryCurrant, NativeBuckthorn, SeaLime, SweetOrange, TrifoliateCitrusUniq fruitLime, TahitiBushnutAzaroleMedlarQuince, ChineseTejocoteQuince, JapaneseLime, Australian DesertLime, Australian FingerLime, Australian RoundLime, Brown River FingerGrapefruit, Japanese SummerMandarin, MediterraneanLime, Mount WhiteLime, New Guinea wildLime, Russell RiverOrange, TachibanaTangerine/MandarinHoneysuckle, EdibleButternutCitronParksCanals/Ditches, DryDitchbanksAirportsFences, AlongLumber YardsPublic AreasSchoolsStorage AreasTank FarmsRecreational AreasParking AreasFence LinesPumping Installations
Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls worn over short-sleeved shirt and short pants; Chemical resistant gloves such as barrier laminate, butyl rubber 14 mils, nitrile rubber >14 mils, neoprene rubber > 14 mils, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) > 14 mils, or Viton > 14 mils, and Chemical resistant footwear plus socks; Protective eyewear (goggles, face shield or safety glasses).
Personal Protection
Applicators and other handlers must wear: Long sleeved shirt and long pants; Chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate, butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils, nitrile rubber ≥ 14 mils, neoprene rubber ≥ 14 mils, polyvinyl chloride (PVC) ≥ 14 mils, or Viton® ≥ 14 mils; Shoes and socks; Protective eyewear (goggles, face shield or safety glasses). All handlers must wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, shoes, and socks. Mixers/loaders supporting aerial applications must wear a minimum of a NIOSH approved filtering face piece respirator with any N filter (TC-84A). You can also use other NIOSH approved particulate respirators that offer more protection. Applicators using ground boom equipment with open cabs to treat cotton must wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, shoes, and socks plus chemical-resistant gloves. Mixer/loaders supporting ground boom applications corn, canola, soybean, cotton, citrus fruit, pome fruit, stone fruit, and olives must wear long-sleeve shirts, long pants, shoes, and socks plus chemical-resistant gloves.
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours Canola scouting – REI of 2 days Field corn and soybean scouting – REI of 6 days Do not move irrigation pipe within 11 days of an application for any crop except sweet corn irrigation activities which has a 5 day REI.

Precautions

Should not be exposed to direct sunlight

Should not be exposed to flame or sparks

Should not be stored in a damp place

Should not be stored in a warm place

May be frozen