EPA COMPENDIUM

                                OF

                     REGISTERED PESTICIDES
                             Volume  I

                Herbicides and Plant Regulators
                  Technical Services Division
                 Office  of Pesticides Programs
             U.S. Environmental  Protection Agency
For sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, B.C., 20402

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                      TECHNICAL SERVICES DIVISION
                     OFFICE OF PESTICIDES PROGRAMS
                  U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY
                        WASHINGTON, D.C.  20460
                              INTRODUCTION

The increasing need by Federal and State regulatory officials, extension
service personnel, and industry and  agricultural  grower  organizations
for  up-to-date  information  on pesticides registered by the Pesticides
Registration Division, Office of Pesticides Programs, has prompted  this
publication.   Under the present circumstances OPP must furnish accurate
and timely information on new pesticide uses and changes in old uses  to
the various people involved with the dissemination of information to the
many users of registered pesticides products.

The Compendium will eventually be a compilation of all uses found on the
labeling  of all products registered with the Registration Division.  It
is in loose leaf form, and will be published in increments as the  pages
on  specific chemicals are completed.  The Compendium will be maintained
up to date via the issuance of replacement pages on a periodic basis.

The Compendium is NOT a list of recommendations, and it is NOT  intended
to  supplant  recommendations  made  by  Federal and State extension and
research agencies.

The Compendium has been divided into the following five volumes:

     Volume I - Herbicides and Plant Regulators
     Volume II - Fungicides and Nematicides
     Volume III - Insecticides, Acaricides, Molluscicides and Antifouling
                    Compounds
     Volume IV - Rodenticides and Mammal, Bird and Fish Toxicants
     Volume V - Disinfectants

                                VOLUME I

Volume I contains the uses found on labeling of products  registered  as
herbicides, defoliants, dessicants, plant regulators and algaecides.

The  intention  is to eventually include information on mixtures as well
as the uses of the basic chemicals.  It is  also  anticipated  that  the
common  names  of  herbicides  accepted  by  the Weed Science Society of
America, as well as many of the more well-known proprietary names,  will
be included in the volume along with the chemical names in order to make
the volume more useful.

The  format  of  the  volume  will be such that the chemical or accepted
common name will appear at the top of each page.  The  other  names  and
proprietary  names  will  appear at the bottom of the first page of each
chemical.
 Issued:   December  20,  1974

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The first stage  of  each  chemical  will  contain  various  information
pertinent to the chemical.  Perhaps the most important item on the first
page  will  be the portion on the broadleaf weeds and grasses controlled
by the chemical.  Some of this information not directly on  labeling  is
obtained  from  various  sources,  e.g.  herbicide references and texts,
published papers, and correspondence.  Additional information on  herbi-
cides  may be obtained from the Herbicide Handbook published by the Weed
Science Society of America.

Subsequent pages of each chemical will contain the sites of application,
dosages, formulations involved, types of applications, tolerances, limi-
tations, et cetera.

The crops and sites will be organized in a logical sequence  within  the
chemical  write-up  under  group headings to standardize the format, and
for ease of reference.

     Group Headings for Volume I - Herbicides and Plant Regulators

I.     AGRICULTURAL CROPS (Listed alphabetically)
       Including fallow land, pastures and rangeland

II.    AGRICULTURAL PREMISES
       Such as barns, storage buildings, rights-of-way, fence rows,
       etc.

III.   ORNAMENTALS

     A.  Plants (Listed alphabetically)
     B.  Lawns and turf
     C.  Greenhouses
     D.  Nurseries and tree farms

IV.    RIGHTS-OF-WAY (Excluding Agricultural and Rangelands)

     A.  Railroad (Including railroad ballast)
     B.  Roadway
     C.  Utility

V.     COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL PREMISES
      Such as buildings, fence rows, parking lots, storage areas,
      and tank farms

VI.    DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES, SCHOOLS
       Such as driveways, fence rows, patios, sidewalks, playgrounds,
       and tennis courts

VII.   FOREST, CHAPARRAL, NONAGRICULTURAL and WASTELANDS
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VIII.  AQUATIC AREAS (Including Agricultural)

     A.  Potable Water:  Bottlers, municipal systems, private
                         systems, wells
     B.  Industrial:  cooling towers, pulp and paper mills
     C.  Impounded Water:  lakes, ponds (including animal drinking),
                           reservoirs
     D.  Moving Water:   canals, ditches (Including irrigation),
                        streams
     E.  Marshes, Estuaries, Shorelines
     F.  Adjacent to Water:  berm areas, ditch banks
     G.  Ornamental and Recreational:  fountains, aquaria, swimming
                                       pools, fish and lily ponds
     II.  Other Commercial:  fish hatcheries, hydroponic and other
                            aquaculture areas

Acceptable dosages in pounds of active ingredient  per  acre   (or  other
designated units) are listed below each crop or site.  Dosage ranges may
be  given  relative  to soil type, use pattern or geographical location.
The highest rate  of  application  is  the  maximum  allowable  for  the
accepted  tolerance  on the respective crop.  Different formulations may
require different dosages for the same use or crop.

Due to unavoidable repetition, some sites will be found under more  than
one  heading  e.g.,  fence rows; therefore it is suggested that a cross-
check be made in such cases.  Note that a distinction  is  made  between
buildings,  fence rows, rights-of-way, etc., on Agricultural Premises as
opposed to similar sites on Nonagricultural areas.  This  separation  is
necessary due to the significantly different human and wildlife exposure
that is likely to occur in the two locations.  Particular attention must
be made to the specific site of application  to insure use of the proper
dosages, methods of application and limitations.

The tolerance in parts per million (ppm) is listed directly to the right
of each crop or site.  The specific part of the plant or animal to which
the  tolerance  applies  is  given  in parentheses.  Below the tolerance
information,  use  and  geographic  limitations  are  presented.    This
information usually related directly to maintaining acceptable tolerance
levels and therefore should be read carefully.  An attempt has been made
to  use  clear,  unambiguous,  standardized phrases in the instructions.
Information on method of application or timing are listed to  the  right
of  the  dosage  and  pertain to that dosage and formulation only, or to
dosages listed below which are not  accompanied  by  other  information.
Patterns  of  use  which  cannot  reasonably  be  expected  to result in
residues in or on food or feed may not require a tolerance and  will  be
designated  as  nonfood  uses  by  the letters "NF." The word "Extended"
appears where action is being taken to acquire data to  petition  for  a
tolerance.
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The symbols and abbreviations used for pesticide formulations referred
to after the "Prinicipal Formulations" entry and in the "Dosage" column
include:

      
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The  resources  available  preclude  issuing  the  volume  as a complete
document in the  desired  format.   Consequently,  we.  are  issuing  the
seventeen  (17)  chemicals  completed  in  the  desired format, plus the
remaining charts from the old "EPA Summary  of  Registered  Agricultural
Pesticide  Chemical  Uses,"  as  a  package.   Recent  changes have been
incorporated in the charts where appropriate.   This  will  provide  the
recipient  with as complete and useful a publication as possible at this
time.  The old "Summary" charts should be discarded upon receipt of  the
new revision of each chemical.
Issued:  6-30-75              v          Replaces page issued   12-20-74

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                EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                           INDEX TO VOLUME I

                    HERBICIDES ANT) PLANT REGULATORS


 Names in small letters:  chemical names or accepted common names.
 Names capitalized:  other names.
 Prefixes alphabetized:  all prefixes consisting of two or more letters
   which indicate the number of the chemical groups in the compound,
   e.g., di, tri, bis, tris, et cetera.
 Prefixes not alphabetized:  numbers; individual capital letters
   indicating elements, such as 0 (oxygen), N  (nitrogen), S (sulfur),
   et cetera; words and single letter position indicators (locants),
   such as  a (alpha),  b(beta), gamma, o (ortho),  m(meta), p  (parcC); words
   or letters designating isomers, such as n, sec, tert, sis,  trans, d, 1.
 The "P" in the left margin indicates a chemical with pending  registration.

 Name                                                          Page

 acrolein	   I-A-1
 Acrylaldehyde 	   I-A-1

 alkenyl* dimethyl ethyl ammonium bromide
*  *alkenyl (90% C18, 10% C16) 	   I-A-3
*  *alkenyl (80% Ci8, 20% Ci6) 	   I-A-4
   *alkenyl (75% C18, 25% C16) 	   I-A-5
 1-(alkyl* amino)-3-aminopropane
   *alkyl as in fatty acids of coconut oil	   I-A-6
 1-alkyl (Cg-C^8)*-amino-3-aminopropane propionate copper
   acetate complex
   *alkyl as in fatty acids of coconut oil	   I-A-7
 alkyl* dimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride
*  *alkyl (100% C14) 	   I-A-8
*  *alkyl (95% C14> 3% C12, 2% C16)  	   I-A-9
*  *alkyl (93% C14, 4% C12, 3% C16)  	   I-A-10
*  *alkyl (67% C12, 25% C1A, 7% C16, 1% C8 + C10 + C18) 	   I-A-11
*  *alkyl (65% C12, 25% C14, 10% C16) 	   I-A-12
*  *alkyl (61% C, 9, 23% Ci4, 11% Clfi, 2.5% CR+C10, 2.5% C18)   I-A-13
*  *alkyl (60% CIA, 30% etc, 5% Cno, 5% C18) 	   I-A-14
*  *alkyl (60% C14, 25% C12, 15% C16)	   I-A-15
*  *alkyl (58% C14, 28% C16, 14% C12) 	   I-A-16
*  *alkyl (50% C14, 40% C12, 10% C16) 	   I-A-17
*  *alkyl (50% C12, 30% C14, 17% C16, 3% C18) 	   I-A-18
 alkyl* dimethyl 3,4-dichlorobenzyl ammonium chloride
*  *alkyl (90% Ci4, 57. C12, 5% CIQ)  	   I-A-19
*  *alkyl (65% C12, 25% C14, 10% C16) 	   I-A-20
*  *alkyl (60% C14, 30% C16, 10% C12) 	   I-A-21
*  *alkyl (50% C12, 30% C14> 17% Clgf 3% C18) 	   I-A-22


*These chemicals, omitted at this printing, will be issued at  a later date.



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     Name                                                          Page

     alkyl* dimethyl ethyl  ammonium bromide
    *   *alkyl  (90%  C14,  5%  C12,  5% C16)	  I-A-23
     alkyl* dimethyl ethylbenzyl ammonium chloride
    *   *alkyl  (68%  C12ป  32% C14)	  I-A-24
    *   *alkyl  (50%  C12,  30% C14, 17% C16,  3% C18)	  I-A-25
     alkyl* dimethyl 1-napthylmethyl ammonium chloride
    *   *alkyl  (98%  C12,  2%  C14)  	  I-A-26
     alkyl* methyl  isoquinolinium chloride
    *   *alkyl  (55%  C14,  25% C12, 17% C16,  3% C18) 	  I-A-27
     alkyl (53% C12,  19% C14,  8.5% C16,  7% C8,  6.5% C10,
        6% C1s)-1>3-propanediamine 	  I-A-28
     alkyl (70% C^s,  27% Cie,  3% C14) trimethyl ammonium
    „   chloride 	  I-A-29
    ^allantoin 	  I-A-30
     allyl alcohol  	  I-A-31
     Ametryn 	  I-E-13

    #'H-amino-6-te^t-butyl-3-(methylthio)-as-triazin-5(4H)-one --  I-A-32
     5-amino-4-chloro-2-phenyl-3(2H)-pyridazinone 	  I-P-34
     3-amino-2,5-dichlorobenzoic acid 	  I-C-12
    *4-amino-6-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-3-(methylthio)-1,2,4-tri=
        n ry 4 ซ C / /, Tl N __ r\ *-ป rt _  — _  ___  —  —        _______ ___ __ __ __.  _,_ _   ._  T A__*5'?
        &.ฃ, JLIl J ^tT~i/ VJlltS     ""             —•—•    -~—  —-~^ซ.—._ ซ.-_,-.  ,1, irV J 
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     Name                                                          Page


     *bifenox, sodium salt	  I-B-7
     *bis[(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)ethyl]phosphite 	  I-T-51
     *bis(dimethylthiocarbamoyl) disulfide 	  I-T-5
     *2,4-bis(isopropylamino)-6-methoxy-s-triazine 	  I-B-8
      2,4-bis(isopropylamino)-6-(methylthio)-s-triazine 	  I-B-9
     *2,4-bis[(3-methoxypropyl)amino]-6-(methylthio)-s-triazine -  I-B-10
p    *N,N-bis(phosphonomethyl)glycine 	  I-G-3
     *bis(tributyltin) oxide 	  I-B-11
     *bis(tributyltin) sulfide 	  I-B-12
      borate  (sodium salts) 	  I-B-13
     *borax 	  I-B-13
      bromacil 	  I-B-14
     *bromacil,  lithium salt of 	  I-B-15
      5-bromo-3-sec-butyl-6-methyluracil 	  I-B-14
      3-(4-bromo-3-chlorophenyl)-l-methoxy-l-methylurea 	  I-C-15
     *5-bromo-3-isopropyl-6-methyluracil 	  I-I-2
     *4-bromoacetoxymethyl-w-dioxolane 	  I-B-16
     *3-(p-bromophenyl)-l-methoxy-l-methylurea 	  I-M-24
      bromoxynil 	  I-B-17
     *BTC 471	  I-A-25
     *BTC 1100	  I-A-26
      butanedioic acid mono(2,2-dimethylhydrazide) 	  I-D-3
      3-tert-butyl-5-chloro-6-methyluracil 	  I-T-1
p    *2-tert-butyl-4-2-(2,4-dichloro-5-isopropoxyphenyl)-A2-
        1,3,4-oxadiazolin-5-one 	  1-0-6
     *l-butyl-3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l-methylurea 	  I-N-12
      2-secซfcutyl-4,6-dinitrophenol 	  I-D-72
      N-butyl-N-ethyl-aZp7za,aZp7za,aZp/ia-trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-p-
        toluidine	•	  I-B-3
      2-(ฃerฃ-butylanino)-4-(ethylamino)-6-(methylthio)-s-tria=
        zine	  I-B-18
     *Butylate 	  I-E-15
     *terฃ-butylcarbamic acid, ester with 3-(m-hydroxyphenyl)-l,=
        1-dimethylurea 	  I-K-1
      l-(5-ฃert-butyl-l,3,4-thiadiazol-2yl)-l,3-dimethylurea	. -I D-i^"
      cacodylic acid	  I-C-1
     *calcium acid methanearsonate 	  I-C-2
     *calcium arsenate 	  I-C-3
     *calcium chlorate 	  I-C-4
      calcium cyanamide 	  I-C-5
     *calcium hypochlorite 	  I-C-6
     *calcium propanearsonate 	  I-C-7
      captan	  I-C-8
      carbaryl	  I-C-9
      carbon disulfide 	  I-C-10
      CDAA	  I-D-12
      CDEC	  I-C-21
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*chelates of copper  citrate and copper  gluconate 	  I-C-11
 chloramben 	  I-C-12
 chloramben ammonium salt 	  I-C-13
*chlorazine 	  I-C-14
 chlorbromuron 	  I-C-15
*chlordane, technical 	  I-C-16
*chlorinated glycoluril 	  I-T-3
*chlorinated C$  hydrocarbons  (1,2-dichloropropane and
   1,3-dichloropropene and other related  compounds) 	  I-D-54
*chlorine dioxide 	  I-C-17
*2-chloro-4,6-bis(diethylamino)-s-triazine 	  I-C-14
 2-chloro-4,6-bis(ethylamino)-s-triazine  	  I-S-12
 2-chloro-4,6-bis(isopropylamino)-s-triazine 	  I-C-18
 4-chloro-2-butynyl  m-chlorocarbanilate 	  I-B-1
 2-chloro-4-(cyclopropylamino)-6-(isopropylamino)-s-triazine  I-C-41
 2-chloro-2',6'-diethyl-N-(methoxymethyl)-acetanilide 	  I-A-1
*2-chloro-4-(ethylamino)-6-(isopropylamino)-s-triazine 	  I-A-43
*2-[[4-chloro-6-(ethylamino)-s-triazin-2-yl]amino]-2-methyl-
   propionitrile 	  I-C-19
 2-chloro-N-isopropylacetanilide 	  I-C-20
*4-chloro-5- (methylamino)-2- (a, a, cz-trif luoro-m-tolyl) -3-
   (2H)-pyridazinone 	  I-N-16
*[ (4-chloro-<9-tolyl)oxy]acetic  acid 	  I-M-11
*4-[(4-chloro-o-tolyl)oxy]butyric  acid  	  I-M-5
*2-[(4-chloro-o-tolyl)oxy]propionic acid	—	  I-M-7
 2-chloroallyl diethyldithiocarbamate 	  I-C-21
*chloroethylene  bisthiocyanate  	  I-C-22
 (2-chloroethyl)phosphonic acid 	  I-E-7
*N-(2-chloroethyl)-a ,a,a-trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-N-propyl-p-
   toluidine 	  I-F-10
*2-chloroethyl trimethyl ammonium  chloride 	  I-C-23
 2-(p-chlorophenoxy)propionic  acid	  I-C-24
 3-[p-(p-chlorophenoxy)phenyl]-1,1-dimethylurea 	  I-C-30
 2-(m-chlorophenoxy)propionamide 	  I-C-25
*p-chlorophenoxyacetic acid 	  I-C-26
 p-chlorophenoxyacetic acid:
     diethanolamine  salt 	  I-C-27
     sodium salt 	  I-C-28
*3-(p-chlorophenyl)-l,1-dimethylurea 	  I-M-28
*3-(p-chlorophenyl)-l,1-dimethylurea trichloroacetate 	  I-M-29
 chloropicrin 	  I-C-29
 chloroxuron 	  I-C-30
*Chlorpropham 	  I-I-6
 CIPC	  I-I-6
*citric acid 	  I-C-31
*CMA	  I-C-2
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     *coal tฃr acids (coal tar phenols) 	  I-C-32
     *coal tar neutral oils	  I-C-33
     *copper 	  I-C-34
      copper (from basic copper carbonate)  	  I-C-35
     *copper hydroxide 	  I-C-36
     *copper naphthenate 	  I-C-37
     *copper oxide 	  I-C-38
     *copper sulfate monohydrate 	  I-C-39
      copper sulfate or copper sulfate pentahydrate 	  I-C-40
     *copper triethanolamine complex 	  I-C-41
     *cresylic acid or cresols 	  I-C-42
     *cuprous oxide 	  I-C-43
     *cyanamide 	  I-C-44
     *Cyanazine 	  I-C-19
      Cycloate 	  I-E-14
      cycloheximide	  I-C- 45
P    *a-cyclopropyl-a-(p-methoxyphenyl)-5-pyrimidinemethanol 	  I-A-36
      N-(cyclopropylmethyl)-a,a,a-trifluoro-2,6-
          dinitro-N-propyl-p-toluidine 	  I-P-30
      cyprazine 	  I-C-46
     *cypromid 	  I-C-47
      2,4-D	  I-D-29
      dalapon	  1-D-l
      dalapon sodium salt	  I-D-2
      daminozide	  I-D-3
     *Dazomet	  I-T-5
     *2,4-DB 	  I-D-21
     *DCPA	  I-D-6 7
     Ill-decanol or n-decanol 	  I-D-4
     *dehydroabietylamine acetate 	  I-D-5
     *2,4-DEP 	  I-T-51
      desmedipham	  I-D- 6
     *dialkyl* dimethyl ammonium chloride
        *alkyl derived from coconut oil fatty  acids 	  I-D-7
     *N-dialkyl(47% C12, 18% C14, 10% C18,  9%  C10,  8% C16,
        8% Cg) dimethyl ammonium chloride 	  I-D-8
     *di[alkyl (60% C$, 40% CIQ) oxypropyl]  dimethyl ammonium
        chloride	  I-D-9
     *dialkyl (60% Ci4, 30% C16, 5% Ci2,  5% GIS) methyl  benzyl
        ammonium chloride 	  I-D-10
     *2,6-di-tert-butyl-p-tolyl methylcarbamate  	  I-D-11
     *Diallate 	  I-D-ls
      N,N-diallyl-2-chloroacetamide 	  I-D-12
     *diammonium methanearasonate 	  I-D-13
      3,5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile 	  I-B-17
      dicamba 	  I-D-14
      dicamba dimethylamine salt 	  I-D-15
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 dichlobenil 	  I-D-16
 dichlone 	  I-D-17
 S-(2,3-dichloroallyl) diisopropylthiocarbamate 	  I-D-18
 3,6-dichloro-tf-anisic acid	  I-D-14
 3,5-dichloro-N-(l,l-dimethyl-2-propynyl)benzamide 	  I-D-19
*l,3-dichloro-5,5-dimethylhydantoin 	  I-D-20
*3' ,4'-dichloro-2-methylacrylanilide	  I-D-58
 2,3-dichloro-l,4-naphthoquinone 	  I-D-17
 2,6-dichlorobenzonitrile 	  I-D-16
 3',4'-dichlorocyclopropanecarboxanilide	•	  I-C-46
*4-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)butyric acid 	  I-D-21
 4-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)butyric acid:
*    butoxyethanol ester of 	  I-D-22
     dimethylamine salt of 	  I-D-23
*    isooctyl ester of 	  I-D-24
 2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)ethyl sulfate sodium salt 	  I-D-25
*2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)propionic acid 	  I-D-26
 2-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)propionic acid:
     butoxyethanol ester of 	  I-D-27
*    isooctyl ester of 	  I-D-28
*2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid 	  I-D-29
 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid:
*    alkanolamine salt (of the ethanol and isopropanol
       series) 	  I-D-30
*    butoxyethoxypropyl ester of 	  I-D-31
*    butoxyethyl ester of 	  I-D-32
*    butoxypropyl ester of 	  I-D-33
     butyl ester of	  I-D-34
*    diethanolamine salt of 	  I-D-35
*    dimethylamine salt of 	  I-D-36
*    ethyl ester of 	  I-D-37
*    heptylamine salt of 	  I-D-38
*    isobutyl ester of 	  I-D-39
*    isooctyl (2-ethylhexyl) ester of 	  I-D-40
*    isopropanolamine salt of 	  I-D-41
*    isopropyl ester of 	  I-D-42
*    isopropylamine salt of 	  I-D-43
     lithium salt of	  I-D-44
*    N,N-dimethyl oleyl-linoleyl amine salt of 	  I-D-45
*    N-oleyl-l,3-propylenediamine salt of 	  I-D-46
*    oleylamine salt of 	  I-D-47
*    propylene glycol butyl ether ester of 	  I-D-48
     sodium salt of	  I-D-49
*    triethanolamine salt of	  I-D-50
*    triethylamine salt of 	  I-D-51
*    triisopropanolamine salt of 	  I-D-52
 3,(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethylurea 	  I-D-83
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      Name                                                         Page

      3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l-methoxy-l-methylurea 	  I-L-2
     *0-(2,4-dichlorophenyl)  0-methyl isopropylphosphoramido=
        thioate 	  I-D-53
P    *2-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-4-methyl-l,2,4-oxadiazolidine-
        3,5-dione (Tech.) 	  I-M-1
      2,4-dichlorophenyl p-nitrophenyl ether 	  I-D-54
      1,2-dichloropropane, 1,3-dichloropropene and related €3
        compounds 	  I-D-55
     *1,3-dichloropropene 	  I-D-56
      3',4'-dichloropropionanilide 	  I-D-57
      2,2-dichloropropionic acid 	  I-D-1
     *Dichlorprop	  I-D-26
     *dicryl  	  I-D-58
     *didecyl dimethyl ammonium chloride  	  I-D-59
     *N3,N3-diethyl-2,4-dinitro-6-(trifluromethyl)-m-phenylene=
        diamine 	  I-D-60
      diethyl dithiobis(thionoformate) 	  I-D-61
     *dihydroabietylamine acetate 	  I-D-62
      1,2-dihydro-3,6-pyridazinedione 	  I-D-63
      6,7-dihydrodipyrido[l,2-a:2',l'-c]pyrazlnediium dibromide    I-D-80
     *diisobutylphenoxyethoxyethyl dimethyl benzyl ammonium
        chloride (also monohydrate)(also  para-...) 	  I-D-64
      S-(0,0-diisopropyl phosphorodithioate) ester of N-(2-mer=
        captoethyl)  benzenesulfonamide 	  I-D-65
     *dimethyl ammonium 2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetate 	  I-D-36
      l,l'-dimethyl-4,4'-bipyridinium bis(methylsulfate)  	  I-P-1
      l,l'-dimethyl-4,4'-bipyridinium dichloride 	  I-P-2
      N,N-dimethyl-2,2-diphenylacetamide  	  I-D-76
      2,5-dimethyl-2-ethylhexanoic acid:  2,2,3,5-tetramethyl=
        hexanoic acid; 2,4-dimethyl-2-isopropylpentanoic  acid and
        related isomers 	  I-D-66
      3-[2-(3,5-dimethyl-2-oxocyclohexyl)-2-hydroxyethyl]
        glutarimide  	  I-C-45
     *1,l-dimethyl-3-phenylurea 	  I-F-5
      dimethyl tetrachloroterephthalate 	  I-D-67
      l,l-dimethyl-3-(aZp/za ,aZp/2<2,aZp7za:-trifluoro-ff7-tolyl)urea —  I-F-11
      dimethylarsinic acid	  I-C-1
      N,N-dimethyldodecylamine,  acetate 	  I-D-68
      Dinitramine 	  I-D-60
      4,6-dinitro-o-sec-amylphenol 	  I-D-69
      4,6-dinitro-o-sec-butylphenol  	  I-D-72
      4,6-dinltro-o-cresol 	  I-D-70
      4,6-dinitro-o-cresol, sodium salt 	  I-D-71
      2,6-dinitro-N.N-dipropylcumidine 	  I-I-3
     •3,5-dinitro-N^, N4-dipropylsulfanilamide 	  1-0-5
      dinoseb 	  I-D-72
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 dinoseb,  alkanolamine  salts  of the  ethanol and isopropanol
    series	  I-D-71
 dinoseb,  ammonium  salt	  I-D-'/t
 dinoseb,  triethanolamine  salt	  I-D-75
 diphenamid 	  I-D-76
 *diphenylamine  	  I-D-77
•dipropetryn  	  I-D-78
 *dipropylene  glycol methyl ether 	  I-D-79
 diquat dibromide 	  I-D-80
 *disodium  N-(2-hydroxyethyl)iminodiacetate 	  I-D-81
 disodium  methanearsonate  	  I-D-82
 diuron 	  I-D-83
 DMTT	  I-T-5
 DNBP	  I-D-72
 DNOC	  I-D-70
 *dodecylaminonium methanearsonate and octylammonium methane=
    arsonate	  1-0-3
 *dodecylbenzyl  trimethyl ammonium  chloride 	  I-D-84
 DSMA	  I-D-82
 *Dynium 	  I-A-22
 *EDTA	  I-E-19
 endothall	  I-E-1
 endothall:
 *    di(N,N-dimethylalkyl*amine) salt
        *alkyl  as in fatty acids of  coconut oil	  I-E-2
     dipotassium salt	  I-E-3
     disodium salt	  I-E-4
     mono-(N,N-dimethylalkyl*amine)  salt
        *alkyl  as in fatty acids of  coconut oil	  I-E-5
 T7PTP	___	—	  T_TT_1 ฃ
 Lti X Li         —_—.__— _ ซ_____.-____ปซ_______ซ.___.__.____• __  ~.ซ-  J_ X:* J. u
 *erbon	  I-E-6
 ethephon	  I-E-7
 *ethiolate	  I-E-8
 *6-ethoxy-l,2-dihydro-2,2,4-trimethylquinoline  	  I-E-9
 *S-[aZp/za~(ethoxycarbonyl)benzyl]  0,0-dimethyl  phosphoroa4 =
    thioate 	 —  I-E-10
 ethoxyquin	  I-E-9
 *ethyl alcohol  —•	  I-E-11
 *2-(ethylamino)-4-(isopropylamino)-6-methoxy-s-triazine 	  I-E-12
 2-(ethylamino)-4-(isopropylamino)-6-(methylthio)-s-triazine  I-E-13
 S-ethyl cyclohexylethylthiocarbamate 	  ]~E~1'
 S-ethyl diethylthiocarbamate 	  I-E-8
 S-ethyl diisobutylthiocarbamate 	  I-E-15
 S-ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate 	  I-E 16
 ethylene  	  I-E-17
 *ethylenediamine 	  I-E-lo
 *ethylenediamin<2tetraacetic acid ~	  I-E-19
 *ethylenediaminetetraacetic acid,  tetrasodium salt 	  I-E-20
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      Name                                                         Page

      ethylene dibromide ----------------------------------------  I-E-21
      ethylene glycol bis(trichloroacetate) ---------------------  I-E-22
      S-ethyl N-ethylthiocyclohexanecarbamate -------------------  I-E-14
      S-ethyl hexahydro-lH-azepine-1-carbothioate ---------------  I-E-23
      ethyl m-hydroxycarbanilate carbanilate --------------------  I-D-6
P    *N-(l-ethylpropyl)-2,6,-dinitro-3,4,-xylidine --------------  I-E-24
     *2-ethylthio-4 ,6-bis (isopropylamino)-s-triazine ------------  I-D-78
     *EXD -------------------------------------------------------  I-D-61
      fatty alcohols :
     *  (0.5% C6, 43% C8, 56% C10, 0.5% C12) --------------------  l-f-1
     *  (0.5% C6> 42% Cg, 56% CIQ, 1.5% C12) --------------------  I-F-2
     •  (0.4% Cg, 45.1% Cg, 54.5% C10) --------------------------  I-F-3
        (0.63% C6, 26.8% Cg, 34.44% CIQ, 0-63% C12)
          (n-hexanol, n-octanol, >?-deoanol, n-dodecanol) --------  I-F-4
      Fenac ------------ • --- - -------------------------------------  I-T-2.5
      fenuron ----------------------------------------------------  I-F-5
     *fenuron-TCA --------- --------------------------------------  I-P-11
     *ferric sulfate --------------------------------------------  I-F-6
     •ferrous ammonium sulfate  (hexahydrate) --------------------  I-F-7
      ferrous sulfate heptahydrate ------------------------------  I-F-8
     •ferrous sulfate nionohydrate ------------- - ------------------  I-F-9
      fluchloralin (Tech.) --------------------------------------  I-F-10
      fluometuron -----------------------------------------------  I-F-11
     *fluorodifen -----------------------------------------------  I-F-12
      gibberellins or gibberellic acid --------------------------  I-G-1
      glyphosate, isopropylatnine salt ---------------------------  I-G-2
P    Bglyphosine — - ----------------------------------------------  I-G-3
      urA  ______________ _____________ — _____________ _ _______ _ __ __ __  T—TJ—1?
      il\Sf\      ——— — —  — — —ซ.ซ.— —   ^— —  — — — — — ซ..K— ^M.M- ซ.ป.— ซ.—ซ-ซ.ป..— •ซ.ซ.   ^— ฃJ— .J
     *heavy aromatic naphtha ------------------------------------  I-H-1
     *2-heptadecenyl-l-ethyl-l- (2-hydroxethyl) imidazolinium
     *hexachloro-2-propanone ------------------------------------  I-H-3
      hexachloroacetone -----------------------------------------  I-H-3
      3-(hexahydro-4, 7-methanoindan-5-yl)-l,l-dimethylurea ------  I-N-15
     •n-hexanol (fatty alcohol C6 - 100%) -----------------------  I-H-4
     *hydrated ferrous ammonium sulfate --------------------------  I-F-7
     *hydrogen chloride -----------------------------------------  I-H-5
     *6-hydroxy-3(2H)pyridazinone -------------------------------  I-H-6
     *hydroxydimethylarsine oxide -------------------------------  I-C-1
     *hydroxylethlenediaminetriacetic acid, trisodium salt ------  I-H-7
     *ieita-hydroxyethylhydrazine --------------------------------  I-H-8
     *2-hydroxypropyl methanethiolsulfonate ---------------------  I-H-9
     •indole-3-butyric acid ---- - --------------------------------  I-I-l
      TPf _______   _ _______ __ _____________ _ _____ _ ____ ___ _____  T — T—C:
      JLฑ\J    -----    ----  --                 -- ——— — .— ——.—— ---   J. — J. — ^3
     *isocil ---------------- -------------------------------------  .1-1-2
      isopropalln -----------------------------------------------  I-I-3
     *isopropanol or isopropyl alcohol --------------------------  I-I-4
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      Name                                                          Page

     *3-isopropyl-lH-2,1,3-benzothiadiazin-(4)3H-one  2,2-dioxide   I-B-.4
      isopropyl carbanilate 	  I-I-5
      isopropyl m-chlorocarbanilate 	  I-I-6
      isopropyl N-(3-chlorophenyl)carbamate 	  I-I-6
     *isopropyl N-phenylcarbamate 	  I-I-5
     •karbutilate 	  I-K-1
      Kerb	  I-D-19
     *KOCN	  I-P-25
      T a cart -.——__———-.	—	—_.-	—	___*___	—.._._._._	___....___.ป_..  T~ A—9
      JLtCiOO\J                                      --. ป    —     .  —   ,L ฃ\ ฃ.
     *lead arsenate	  I-L-1
     *linuron	  I-L-2
     *lithium hypochlorite 	  I-L-3
      MAA	  I-D-84
     *malachite (copper equivalent 57%) 	  I-C-35
      maleic hydrazide 	  I-D-63
     *MAMA	  I-M-26
      MCPA	  I-M-11
     dtMVPll _____ _____ ________________  _____ ________ __ __ _  _-._  T M— ^
      J. 1*_ JL O                                  ™.    —. —  ——    __.      j^ —^ ^
      MP'D'D  ______     _  _  _____ _______     _     _    ____  _   T TWT "7
      t7l\jf i                                 ^ซ—ซ- — •___  _.--_.. ซi   ^^^__  J^—|T^—. ^
     *Mecoprop	  I-M-7
     "Metnani ———————————————————ป_———__ ป.ซ_—ซ.ซ———.——_—___  z—S—2 /
     *methanearsenic acid 	  I-D-82
P    Imethazole (Tech.) 	  I-M-1
     *2-methoxy-4,6-bis(isopropylamino)-s-triazine 	  I-B-8
      2-methoxy-3,6-dichlorobenzoic acid 	  I-D-14
     *3-(3-methoxypropoxy)-l-propanol 	  I-M-2
      methyl bromide	•	  I-M-3
     *methyl 2-chloro-9-hydroxyfluorene-9-carboxylate
        methyl 9-hydroxyfluorene-9-carboxylate
        methyl 2,7-dichloro-9-hydroxyfluorene-9-carboxylate 	  I-M-4
      methyl chloroform 	  I-T-22
     *4-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)butyric acid 	  I-M-5
     *4-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)butyric acid, sodium  salt 	  I-M-6
     *2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid 	  I-M-7
      2-(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)propionic acid:
     *    diethanolamine salt	  I-M-8
     *    isooctyl ester 	  I-M-9
     *    potassium salt	  I-M-10
     *2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid 	  I-M-11
      2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid:
     *    butoxyethyl ester 	  I-M-12
     *    diethanolamine salt 	  I-M-13
     *    dimethylamine salt 	  I-M-14
     *    isooctyl ester 	  I-M-15
     *    potassium salt 	  I-M-16
     *    sodium salt	  I-M-17
     Hmethyl-5-(2', 4'-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoate	  I-B-7
      methyl esters of fatty acids 	  I-M-18
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 methyl m-hydroxycarbanilate m-methylcarbanilate 	  I-P-10
 methyl  isothiocyanate 	  I-M-19
*1- (2-methylcyclohexy(l) -3-phenylurea	  I-S-1
Jmethyldodecylbenzyl trimethyl ammonium chloride 80% and
   methyldodecylxylylene bis(trimethyl  ammonium chloride)20%  I-M-20
 methylene chloride 	  I-M-21
*methylenebis(thiocyanate) 	  I-M-22
 4-(methylsulfonyl)-2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropylaniline 	  I-M-23
*metobromuron 	  I-M-24
*Metribuzin 	  I-A-32

 mineral  oil 	  I-M-25
*Molinate 	  I-E-23
*monoammonium methanearsonate 	  I-M-26
 monosodium acid methanearsonate 	  I-M-27
 IQOTillITOIl  -"•——""-——.—-"•••————ป—..——.——.-_——.__—_ซ.__.__™™_______. ____,„——._.-_______  J.~~rl"~^O
 monuronTCA 	  I-M-29
 monuron  trichloroacetate 	  I-M-29
*MSMA	  I-M-27
 1-naphthaleneacetamide	  I-N-1
 1-naphthaleneacetic acid 	  I-N-2
 1-naphthaleneacetic acid:
     ciuuuonxutn SSLJ. t ——*———-••——--——••—-ซ——ซ.——_.— .™——ป.—.,-._—-_——.——^^_—_—  j^—-pj^ j
*    ethyl ester 	  I-N-4
W    TTIA t* 1*%^T 1  li O ^ /a V —.—.ซ.•——.-.ซ•ซ••>ซซ•ซ_ซ• ___^,ซ^^___^___^<_ซ ^uBiiii._.ซ>__^^w.._^H_,__^....._.  T -*^Tซ_,. Rl
     11LC Ulljr X CO LCI. — — — ———              -*•   ^.—ป_ ซซ..ป........._ป....  j^ i,"~_J
     potassium salt	  I-N-6
     sodium salt	  I-N-7
 &eta-naphthoxyacetic acid, sodium salt	  I-N-8
 1-naphthyl methylcarbamate or 1-naphthyl N-methylcarbamate   I-C-9
*(2-naphthyloxy)acetic acid #>
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      Name

     *0nyxcide	  I-A-6
      Ordram 	  I-E-23
      orthoarsenic acid 	  I-A-40
     *orthodichlorobenzene 	  1-0-4
      oryzalin	  1-0-5
P    *oxidiazon	  1-0-6
      7-oxabicyclo(2.2.1)heptane-2,3-dicarboxylic acid 	  I-E-1
      paraquat bis(methylsulfate) 	  I-P-1
      paraquat dichloride 	  I-P-2
     *TM-"n	 _		  T_T>_I
      iWi ~" ~" '                        '                             JL 4 J
     *Pebulate 	  I-P-32
      pentachlorophenol 	  I-P-3
      pentachlorophenol, potassium salt 	  I-P-4
     *petroleutn distillate 	  I-P-5
     *petroleutn hydocarbons	  I-P-6
     ^petroleum oils	  I-P-7
      petroleum solvent 	  I-P-8
     *phenarsazine chloride 	  I-P-9
      phenmedipham 	  I-P-10
      3-phenyl-l,1-dimethylurea 	  I-F-5
     *3-phenyl-l,l-dimethylurea trichloroacetate 	  I-P-11
     *phenylmercuric acetate	•	  I-P-12
     *phenylmercuric dimethyldithiocarbamate 	  I-P-13
      N-(phosphonomethyl) glycine 	  I-G-2
     *phosphoric acid 	  I-P-14
     *picloram 	  I-P-15
      picloram, potassium salt 	  I-P-16
      picloram, triethylamine salt 	  I-P-17
     *picloram, triisopropanolamine salt 	  I-P-18
     *PMA	  I-P-12
     *poly[oxyethylene(dimethyliminio)ethylene(dimethyliminio)=
        ethylene dichloride] 	  I-P-19
     *polychlorobicyclopentadiene isomers (chlorine content
        60-62% or 62-64%)	  I-P-20
P    *potassium azide 	  I-P-21
      potassium bisulfate 	  I-P-22
     *potassium chloride 	  I-P-23
     *potassium chromate 	  I-P-24
      potassium cyanate 	  I-P-25
     *potassiuป dichloro-s-triazinetrione 	  I-P-26
     ^potassium ethylxanthate 	  I-P-27
     *potassium gibberellate 	  I-G-1
     ^potassium permanganate 	  I-P-28
     *potassium peroxymonosulfate 	  I-P-29
     *potassium 2,4,5-trichlorophenate	  I-P-30
     |Probe	  I-M-1
      profluralin 	  I-P-31
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*Prometon	  I-B-8
 Prometryn	  I-B-9
*Pronamide 	  I-D-19
 Propachlor 	  I-C-20
 Propanil 	  I-D-57
 Propazine 	  I-C-18
*Propham	  I-I-5
 S-propyl butylethylthiocarbamate 	  I-P-32
 S-propyl dipropylthiocarbamate 	  I-P-33
 pyrazon 	  I-P-34
 Ramrod 	 I-C-20
 Randox	I-D—12
 Sesone 	  I-D-25
*siduron	  I-S-1
*silver	  I-S-2
*silvex	  I-S-3
*silvex:
*    butoxyethyl ester of 	  I-S-4
*    butoxypropyl ester of 	  I-S-5
*    diethanolamine salt of	  I-S-6
*    2-ethylhexyl ester of 	  I-S-7
*    isooctyl ester of	  I-S-8
*    potassium salt of —	  I-S-9
*    propylene glycol butyl ether ester of 	  I-S-10
*    triethanolamine salt of 	  I-S-11
 simazine 	  I-S-12
*sodium arsenite 	  I-S-13
*sodium benzoate 	  I-S-14
 sodium borate 	  I-B-13
*sodium carbonate 	  I-S-15
 sodium chlorate 	  I-S-16
*sodium chlorite 	  I-S-17
*sodium chromate 	  I-S-18
 sodium 2,4-dichlorophenoxyethyl sulfate 	  I-D-25
*sodium dimethyl dithiocarbamate 	  I-S-19
*sodium 4,6-dinitro-o-cresylate 	  I-S-20
*sodium dodecylbenzenesulfonate 	  I-S-21
*sodium ethylmercurithiosalicylate 	  I-S-22
*sodium hydroxide 	  I-S-23
*sodium hypochlorite 	  I-S-24
*sodium isopropylxanthate 	  I-S-25
*sodium metaborate (also tetrahydrate) 	  I-S-26
 sodium methyldithiocarbamate 	  I-S-27
*sodium 1-naphthalene acetate	  I-N-7
*sodium N-1-naphthylphthalamate 	  I-S-28
*sodium pentachlorophenate 	  I-S-29
*sodium salt of dichloro-s-triazinetrione 	  I-S-30
*sodium salt of methyl sulfanilylcarbamate 	  I-A-42
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 Name

*sodium tetraborate decahydrate 	  I-B-12
 sodium trichloroacetate 	  I-S-31
*sodium 2,4,5-trichlorophenate 	  I-T-24
*sodium tripolyphosphate 	  I-S-32
 Cn-ikp	.^-^Jl-J,^
 LJ^O.ES.C                  -.—       .-.—            *•  nuMm^^i^^*
*standard lead arsenate 	  I-L-1
'^streptomycin sulfate	  I-S-33
 succinic acid 2,2-dimethylhydrazide 	  I-D-3
*sulfamic acid 	  I-S-34
*sulfonated cresol 	  I-S-35
*sulfuric acid 	  I-S-36
 2,4,5-T 	  I-T-28
*2,3,6-TBA 	  I-T-19
*TCA	  I-T-17
 TCNB	I-T-2
 terbacil	  I-T-1
*Terbutol 	  I-D-10
*terbutryn 	  I-B-18
 l,2,4,5-tetrachloro-3-nitrobenzene 	  I-T-2
*l,3,4,6-tetrachloroglycoluril and related compounds 	  I-T-3
*tetrahydroabietylamine acetate 	  I-T-4
 tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2H~l,3,5-thiadiazine-2-thione 	  I-T-5
*tetramethylthiuram disulfide 	  I-T-6
*Tetrusan 	  I-A-22
*2-(thiocyanomethylthio)benzothiazole 	  I-T-7
*thiram	  I-T-8
 Tolban 	  I-P-31
*N-m(37!;<2-tolylphthalaroic acid	  I-T-9
*Triallate 	  I-T-18
*tributyl(2,4-dichlorobenzyl)phosphonium chloride 	  I-T-10
 S,S,S-tributyl phosphorotrithioate 	  I-T-11
 tributyl phosphorotrithioite 	  I-T-12
*tributyltin fluoride 	  I-T-13
*tributyltin neodecanoate 	  I-T-14
*tributyltin resinate 	  I-T-15
*tricalcium arsenate 	  I-C-3
*trichloro-s-triazinetrione 	  I-T-16
*trichloroacetic acid 	  I-T-17
 S-(2,3,3-trichloroally) diisopropylthiocarbamate 	  I-T-18
*2,3,6-trichlorobenzoic acid and related polychlorobenzoic
   acids, dimethylamine salts 	  I-T-19
 trichlorobenzyl chloride 	  I-T-20
*!-[C2,3,6-trichlorobenzyl)oxy]-2-propanol 	  I-T-21
 1,1,1-trichloroethane 	  I-T-22
 N-trichloromethylthio-4-cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboximide or
   N-[(trichloromethyl)thio]-4-cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboximide  I-C-8
 trichloronitromethane 	  I-C-28
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 Name
*2,4,5-trichlorophenol	•	  I-T-23
*2,4,5-trichlorophenol,  sodium salt 	  I-T-24
*2-(2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy)ethyl 2,2-dichloropropionate 	  I-E-6
 2,(2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy)propionic acid 	  I-S-3
 2,3,6-trichlorophenylacetic acid 	  I-T-25
 2,3,6-trichlorophenylacetic acid, dimethylamine salt 	  I-T-26
 2,3,6-trichlorophenylacetic acid, sodium salt of 	  I-T-27
 2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid 	  I-T-28
*2,4,5-trichlorophenoxyacetic acid:
*    alkyl  (C-14)amine salt  of 	  I-T-29
*    alkyl  (C-12)amine salt  of	•	  I-T-30
*    amyl ester  of	  I-T-31
*    butoxyethoxypropyl ester of 	  I-T-32
*    butoxyethyl ester of —•	  I-T-33
*    butoxypropyl ester of 	  I-T-34
*    butyl  ester of —	  I-T-35
*    diethylethanolamine salt of 	  I-T-36
*    dimethylamine  salt of	  I-T-37
*    N,N~dimethyllinoleylamine salt of 	  I-T-38
*    N,N-dimethyloleylamine  salt of 	  I-T-39
*    2-ethylhexyl ester of 	  I-T-40
*    isobutyl  ester of 	  I-T-41
     xSQOO ty JL  63 L0T"S  OX  -—--•ป—.----.------—.----.•-•--.ซ.---ซ-ซซ---•-.--•-•*-ซซ•--.ซ,—._—_ซ—.——  Jป*~i^'f ^
*    isopropyl ester  of	  I-T-43
*    N-oleyl-l,3-propylenediamine salt of 	  I-T-44
*    propylene glycol ^HgO to CgH-^gC^)  butyl ether
        ester  of	•	  I-T-45
*    propylene glycol butyl  ether ester of 	  I-T-46
*    triethylamine  salt of 	  I-T-47
 trifluralin ~	  I-T-48
 alpha >alpha,alpha"trฑfluoTo-2,6-dฑnifro-'K,'S-dฑpropyI-p-=
   toluidine ———	  I-T-48
 2,3,5-triiodoben20ic acid -—	  I-T-49
*tris[ (2 ,4-dichlorophenoxy)ethyl] phosphite and
   bis[(2,4~dichlorophenoxy)ethyl] phosphite 	  I-T-50
*Vernolate	  I-P-33
 xylene ———	  I-X-1
IHxylene range  aromatic solvent	•	  I-X-2
*zinc  chloride	-—	  I-Z-1
*zinc  dimethyl dithiocarbamate 	  I-Z-3
*zinc  sulfate  monohydrate 	  1-2-2
*Ziram	  I-Z-3
Issued:  12-20-74                 xx

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                             ACROLEIN*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide, Algaecide    PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Explosive, difficult to handle; effectiveness is
                      temperature dependent (dosage at 60 degrees F must
                      be double that used at 80 degrees F); toxic to fish
                      at normal application rates.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Disruption of physiological processes within
                            minutes of contact; disintegration of plants
                            within a few hours.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Placidity; disruption of plant integrity.

MODE OF ACTION:  Disruption of cell membranes; disruption of enzymes.
AQUATIC WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  coontails
  Elodea canadensis
  horned pondweed
  Najas spp. (naiads)
ALGAE CONTROLLED:
  Chara spp.
  Cladophora spp..
  C. glomerata
Potomageton crispus
P_. foliosus
P_. illinoiensis
P_. nodosus
P^. obtusifolius
P_. pectinatus var. interruptus
P. richardsonii
Hydrodictyon reticulatum
Spirogyra spp.
watercress
waterhyacinth
waterstargrass
waterstarwort
*Acrylaldehyde
Issued:  6-30-75
      I-A-1.1
                                                  Replaces page issued   12-20-74

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                             ACROLEIN

Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations

AQUATIC AREAS

  Industrial:
  pulp and paper        NF
  mill systems          Initial starting rates must be low enough to avoid
                        exceeding 2.0-3.0 ppm., which may cause irritation
                        to machine operators.

  0.4-0.6 ppm.          Apply by metering as prescribed in manufacturers'
  (in white water)      handbook.

  Moving water:         NF
  irrigation canals     Treated water reaching crops must not exceed 13.8
  drainage ditches      ppm.  Do not use where treated water flows or
                        transfers to potential sources of drinking water.

  0.9-13.8 ppm.         Apply by direct pumping and meter into water at
                        rates prescribed in manufacturers' handbook.
Issued:  12-20-74                    I-A-1.2

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                             ALACHLOR*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Only partial control in deep lister planting.
                      Soil persistance:  6-10 weeks;  shorter in low
                      organic, sandy soil.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  With foliar application, general necrosis
                                of leaves.

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibition of root elongation; inhibition of protein
                 synthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  black nightshade      lambsquarters  (a)        ragweed  (a)
  carpetweed            pigweed                  smartweed  (b)
  Florida beggarweed    purslane                 teaweed  (spiny sida)  (a, b)
  Florida pusley

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:
  barnyardgrass         giantfoxtail             red rice  (b)
     (watergrass)       green foxtail            sandbur  (b)
  broadleaf signalgrass goosegrass               seedling Johnsongrass  (b)
  crabgrass             northern (yellow)        yellow foxtail
  fall panicum             nutsedge (a, b)       witchgrass

NOTE:  Will not control:  Bermudagrass, field bindweed, bull nettle,
      Canada thistle, morningglory, quackgrass, established Johnsongrass.

  (a)  Will suppress and control if applied as broadcast immediately
       after planting at 2.0-4.0 Ibs.  act./A.

  (b)  Provides some control of these weeds when broadcast at 2.5-4.0
       Ibs. act./A.  (EC).
*2-chloro-2',6'-diethyl-N-(methoxymethyl)acetanilide
*Proprietary name:  "Lasso"

Issued:    6-30-75             I-A-2.1         Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                             ALACHLOR
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CORN (field, seed,
  silage, sweet)
  2.5 (EC)
  3.0 (EC)
  3.5 (EC)

  2.5-3.5 (EC)
  (in 20 gal. water)
  (Except sweet corn)
  2.0 (G)
  2.5-3.0 (G)
  3.0-3.5 (G)

  (Except sweet corn)
  2.0  (G.EC)
  2.5-3.0  (G,EC)
  3.0-3.5  (G), 3-4(EC)
  0.7-1.6  (G)
  2.0-2.5  (G)
  0.5-0.6  (G)
  0.35-0.4  (G)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.05 ppm.  (fresh corn kernels plus cob with husk
removed).
0.02 ppm.  (grain, fodder and forage)
Preplant.  Apply within 7 days before planting.
Incorporate into top 2 in. of soil.
   Soil type:
   light (sandy through sandy loam)
   medium (loams)
   heavy (silty clay through clay)

Furrow irrigated corn.  Use soil packer and plant
immediately after packing.  (NOTE:  Texas and
Oklahoma, when corn is planted dry and watered-up,
broadcast after prepared beds are knocked off to
planting height.  Incorporate with a rolling
cultivator or similar device).

Furrow irrigated:  incorporate by harrow, finger
weeder or rotary hoe at least 1/2 in. but not
more than 2 in. in soil.  Incorporation must be
above seed.
   Soil type:
   light sand
   silt loam
   heavy clay
       -OR-
Preemergence:
   Broadcast
   Soil type:
   light sandy
   silt loam
   heavy clay

   Band treatment (behind press wheel).
   Soil type:
   Application rates depend upon band width and
   row spacing.  Refer to label chart for specific
   dosage.

   Lister or deep furrow planted
   Broadcast (over-all treatment).
   10" band, 40" spacing  (behind press wheel).
   7" band, 40" spacing (behind press wheel).
Issued:  6-30-75
         I-A-2.2
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                             ALACHLOR
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CORN (Cont'd.)
    Tolerance, Use and Limitations
-OR-
  (except sweet corn)
  2.0 (EC)
  2.5-3.0 (EC)
  3.0-4.0 (EC)
  (in 20 or more
  gal. water)

COTTON
  1.0 (EC)
  1.5 (EC)
  2.0 (EC)

PEANUTS

  3.0-4.0 (EC)
  3-4 (G)
  3-4  (EC)
  2-3 (G)
  2.5-3.5 (G)
  3.0-4.0 (G)
    Postemergence broadcast.  Apply after planting
    until weeds reach 2-leaf stage and corn is no
    more than 3 in. tall.
       Soil type:
       light sand to sandy loams
       medium to loams
       heavy to silty clay loam or clay
    0.05 ppm.  (cotton seed); 0.2 ppm.  (cotton forage)
    Use limited to Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.  Do
    not use on sands or loamy sand soils.  Do not
    replant within 6 weeks of application.

    Preemergence.   Broadcast immediately after planting
    until crop or weeds emerge.
    (Band treatment:  Nozzles must be located behind
    drags or covering mechanism of planter.)
       Soil type:
       sandy loam
       silt or clay loam
       clay

    0.05 ppm.  (peanuts); 0.2 ppm.  (peanut forage).

    Preplant or postplant incorporation. (Incorporation
    is not recommended in Southeastern states.)  Apply
    within 7 days before planting.  Incorporate in top
    2 in. of soil.

    Preemergence,  broadcast.  Apply from immediately
    after planting until either crop or weeds emerge.

       Soil type:
       sand to loam
       silt loam
       clay loam to clay
Issued:  6-30-75
             I-A-2.3
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                             ALACHLOR
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

PEANUTS (Cont'd.)



  0.7-1.9 (G)
SOYBEANS
  2.5 (EC)
  3.0 (EC)
  3.5 (EC)
  2.0 (G)
  2.5-3.0 (G)
  3.0-3.5 (G)
  2.0 (EC)
  2.5-3.0 (EC)
  3.0-4.0 (EC)
ORNAMENTALS

GLADIOLUS

  2.0-3.0 (G)

Issued:  12-20-74
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Preemergence, band treatment (behind press wheel).

Apply after planting and prior to emergence of
either crop or weeds.  Application rates depend
upon band width and row spacing.  Refer to label
for specific dosages.

0.2 ppm.  (soybeans); 0.75 ppm.  (forage)

Preplant.  Broadcast and incorporate into top 2 in.
of soil within 7 days before planting.  (NOTE:
Incorporation not recommended for "jutheastern
states).
   Soil type:
   sandy through sandy loam
   loams
   silty clay through clay

Furrow irrigation:  incorporate by harrow, finger
weeder or rotary hoe from 1/2 in. to 2 in.
   Soil type:
   light sandy
   silt loam
   heavy loam

Preemergence.  Broadcast anytime from immediately
after planting until crop or weeds emerge.
   Soil type:
   sandy-sandy loam
   loams
   silty clay-clay

Postemergence.  Use only with DNBP.  Do not apply
when temperature may exceed 95ฐF.  Apply when weeds
are in cotyledon stage before leaves open.
Preemergence.  For control of weeds listed.
Broadcast after planting corms prior to crop
or weed emergence.

        I-A-2.4

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                               ALLANTOIN
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
                   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Pr.; D
GENERAL INFORMATION:
Crops and Dosage
(% cone, active)

ORNAMENTALS

Woody trees
  and shrubs

   0.05 (Pr.)
Ornamental seeds
   0.05 (D)
Ornamental cutting

   0.05 (D)
Aids in callus growth by stimulating cambial
activity, thus speeding up the closing of cuts and
wounds.  For use on ornamental trees and shrubs, woody
plants, Injured trunks and branches.  Also used as
a rooting stimulant for ornamental cuttings, and for
treating ornamental seeds to aid in germination and
root development.

 Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 N.F.
 To increase cambial activity to aid in the
 formation of a protective callus.  Cut away all rotten
 or decayed wood forming an oval-shaped cut parallel
 to the trunk or branch.  Apply the pressurized spray
 as one heavy coat.  Retreat later if necessary.
 Do not recoat any new callus which may have formed.

 N.F

 To aid in seed germination and root development.
 Dust seeds by shaking in a paper bag or jar to
 coat the seeds.  Sift out the loose dust.  Plant
 seeds In the usual manner.
 N.F.
 To induce rooting in hard and soft cuttings.
 Moisten the cutting (hard only), remove excess
 moisture and dip to a depth of 0.25-0.5
 inch, according to the size and type of
 cutting.  Place cutting In wetted rooting material
 so as not to scrape the dust from the cutting.
 Pack the rooting medium around the cutting.
Issued:   3-30-77
      I-A-30

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                              ALLYL ALCOHOL







PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: Tech., mixtures with ethylene dibromide or DD mixture




TYPh PESTK'l OE: Herbicide
1
Celery seed
beds



Garden seed
beds

Nursery
Ornamental
planting

1






Tobacco seed








Vegetable seed
beds and
cold frams
for trans-
plant
production

1
OLERANCF.
( ppm)
tfF




NF


NF










NF








NF







DOSAGE
gal. 98% soln.
in 200 gal
water use 6-18
gal. per 100
sq. ft.
2 gal. 64.7%
per 100 sq. yds

6 qts. 98% soln.
in 100 gal.
water per 100
sq. yds.


1 1/4 oz. 68%
soln. in 1 gal
water per 16
sq. ft.

2 fl oz. 98%
soln. in 1 gal
water per sq.
yd.

1 gal. 68%
soln. in 50
gal. water per
50 sq. yds.
267 act. /A







LIMITATIONS
Preplant drench. If soil is dry,
irrigate before treatment. Apply 10-12
days before seeding. Avoid using when
temperature will exceed 85 degrees F.

Apply evenly as a drench.
1

Preplant drench. If soil is dry, pre-
wet before treating. Apply 10-12 days
before seeding. Avoid using when temper-
ature will exceed 85 degrees F.

or
Use as mixture with DD. Apply as above,
for smaller areas.



Apply as above.



or
Use mixture with DD. Apply as above.



Apply 10-12 days before seeding. Seed
may be sown 5-7 days after treatment if
soil temperature is 80 degrees F or over.





  Issued:12-20-74
I-A-31

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         4-AMINO-6-(1,l-DIMETHYLETHYL)-3-(METHYLTHIO)-1,2,4-TRIZAIN-5(4H)-ONE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   WP

TVFK PESTICIDE:    Herbicide
       LSK
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
   Potatoes
   0.6
   Soybeans
Ib.  actual/A.

    1.0
                                  0.5
   0.1          1.0
Preemergence application.  Do not apply
to sweet potatoes or yams.  Do not plant
treated areas to crops other than potatoes
for one year after treatment.  Do not
incorporate into soil.

Postemergence application.  Apply to
white skinned potato varieties that
are not early maturing.  Apply before
weeds are 1 inch tall.  Do not apply
within 60 days of harvest.  Do not apply
to sweet potatoes or yams.  Do not plant
treated area to crops other than potatoes
for one year after treatment.  Do not use
on early maturing smooth skinned white or
red-skinned varieties of potatoes.  Do
not incorporate into the soil.

Preemergence surface application.  Seed
must be planted at least 1-1/2 inches
below soil surface.  Do not apply to light
soils containing less than 2% organic
matter.  Do not incorporate into soil.  Do
not use treated vines for feed or forage.
Do not plant any crop other than soybeans
on fields treated with metribuzin within
4 months (120 days) after treatment.
   *4-amino-6-tert-butyl-3-(methylthio)-as-triazin-5(4H)-one
   *Metribuzin
 Issued:    6-30-75
               I-A-32   )ฃ$*+*}  Replaces page  issued  4-30-73

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     4-AMINO-6-(l,l-DIMETHyLETHYL)-3-(METHYLTHIO)-l,2,4-TRIAZTN-5(4H)-ONE*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP
GENERAL INFORMATION:  A water soluble selective herbicide.  A minimum amount of
                      soil moisture is required for activation.  Do not plant
                      sensitive crops such as onions, lettuce, cole, or
                      cucurbits during the growing season following an
                      application.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODF OF ACTION:  Inhibition of photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  ageratum
  beggarlice
  buffalobur
  carpetweed
  cocklebur
  common purslane
  common ragweed
  fireweed
  Flora's paintbrush
  Florida purslane
  garden spurge
  graceful spurge
  haole koa
  hialoa

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

  alexandergrass
  barnyardgrass
  bristly foxtail
  crabgrass
  crowfootgrass
  fall panicum
hila hila
j imsonweed
kochia
lambsquarters
Pennsylvania
  smartweed
purslane
prickly sida
prostrate pigweed
rattlepod
Richardla
Russian thistle
Sesbania
shepherdspurse
giant foxtail
green foxtail
guineagrass
johnsongrass
 (seedlings)
nutsedge
sicklepod
smooth pigweed
spiny amaranth
spleen amaranth
spotted spurge
spurred anoda
sunflower
tarweed
velvetleaf
wild euphorbia
wild mustard
yellow nutsedge
plushgrass
ricegrass
signalgrass
wiregrass
yellow foxtail
*4-amino-6-tert-butyl-3-(methylthio)-as-triazin-5(4H)-one
*metribuzin
Issued:  3-30-77
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     4-AMINO-6-(1,l-DIMETHYLETHYL)-3-CMETHYLTHIO)-!,2,4-TRIAZIN-5(4H)-ONE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  POTATOES
  0.5-1.0
(in 10-40 gal. water)
  0.25-0.5
(In 10-40 gal. water)
  SOYBEANS
  0.38-0.50
  0.38-0.75
  0.50-0.88
  0.75-1.00
(In 10-40 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.6 ppm
60 day preharvest interval.
Do not exceed 1 Ib. act./A. In any single crop season.
Do not apply to sweet potatoes or yams.
Do not plant treated areas to crops other than
potatoes for one year after treatment.  All cover
crops that are planted during this one year period
must be plowed under and not grazed.  Do not graze
livestock on treated areas.

Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply after planting, but
before weeds are one inch tall.  Do not Incorporate.
Use the lower rate on sandy soils.  Use 2-10 gal.
water for aerial applications.  Do not use in Kern
County, California.

Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply over tops off potato
plants.  Use 2-10 gal. water for aerial applications.
Do not use on early maturing smooth-skinned white
or red-skinned varieties.  Do not use in Kern County,
California.

0.1 ppm
Do not use treated vines for feed or forage.

Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Seed must be planted
at least 1.5 in. below soil surface.  Apply during or
after planting, but before crop emerges.  Do not
incorporate.  An application to dry soil should be
followed with light Irrigation.  Reduce dosage in
proportion to band area actually treated.  Make only
one application per season.  Do not apply to sandy
soils, or to light soils with less than 2% organic
matter.  Use lower dosages for low organic soil and
the higher rates for soils with over 4% organic
content.  Dosage also determined by soil texture.
Use 2-10 gal. water for aerial applications.

    Coarse soils.
    Medium soils.
    Fine soils.
    Mississippi Delta only.
Issued:  3-30-77
        I-A-32.2

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     4-AMINO-6-(1,l-DIMETHYLETHYL)-3-(METHYLTHIO)-l,2,4-TRIAZIN-5(4H)-ONE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  SUGARCANE
  2-4
  4-6
(In 7-10 gal. water)
  2-4
  4-6
(In 7-10 gal. water)
  2-4
(In 7-10 gal. water)

  2.5-5.0
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm
17 month preharvest interval.
Do not apply more than 8 Ibs. act./A. per crop cycle.

Preemergence.  Use limited to Hawaii.  Broadcast by
airplane to the soil surface within two weeks after
planting prior to cane emergence, or shortly after
emergence (spike stage).

    Unirrigated.
    Irrigated.
-OR-

Early postemergence.  Use limited to Hawaii.  Broadcast
by airplane over the cane as late as 4-6 weeks after
planting provided weeds are less than 3 in. tall.

    Unirrigated.
    Irrigated.

-OR-

Postemergence.  Use limited to Hawaii.  Broadcast
by airplane prior to "close in".

Spot treatment.  Use limited to Hawaii.  Apply
(in 30-50 gal. water)  to missed areas, corners of fields, or areas
                       of hard to control weeds.
Issued:  3-30-77
      I-A-32.3

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                             AMITROLE *
TYPE OF PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
GENERAL INFORMATION:
                                         PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  SP, Pr, L
                      For use as general weed killer in non-crop areas only.
                      Do not allow spray or spray drift to contaminate edible
                      crops or water which will be used for irrigation,
                      drinking or other domestic purposes.  Do not apply to
                      water where fish are present.  No residue in crops is
                      permitted.  Soil persistence:  2-4 weeks.  Also
                      available with an activator, ammonium thiocyanate.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  10 days to 3 weeks.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Albinism in developing foliage; senescence
                                in mature leaves, wilting.
MODE OF ACTION:
                 Disrupts chloroplast development; inhibits regrowth from
                 buds; general growth inhibition; interferes with metabolism
                 of nucleic acid precursors.
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
                        horsenettle  (b)
                     g) jimsonweed  (c)
                        knotweed  (c)
                        lambsquarters  (c)
                        leafy spurge  (c)
  alfalfa (c)
  Canada thistle (c,
  carpetweed (c)
  catchfly (c)
  chickweed (c)
  chrysanthemum weed (g)Kochia (b)
  cinquefoil (c)        mustard  (c)
  cocklebur (c)         nightshade  (c)
  dandelion (c)         milkweed (b)
  dock (b)              morningglory  (f)
  groundsel (c)         pennywort
  hempnettle (c)        puncture vine  (b)
  henbit                pigweed  (b)
plaintain (b)
purslane (b)
smartweed (c)
saw thistle  (c)
stinkweed (c)
sunflower (b)
white cockle (b)
whitetop (c)
wild buckwheat  (b)
wild hemp (b)
  (marijuana)
yellow rocket  (b)
Recommended dosage for control  (Ibs. act./A.):
  (a)  1-1.5             (e)  6-15  (Refer to AQUATIC AREAS)
  (b)  2                 (f)  suppression only
  (c)  4                 (g)  8  (for Canada thistle in  Intermountain  States)
  (d)  6
Refer to next page for GRASSES and WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED.
*3-amino-s-triazole; or 3-amino-l,2,4-triazole

Issued: 6-30-75                I-A-33.1         Replaces page issued    12-20-74

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                                  AMITROLE
GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:
  annual bluegrass  (b)
  barnyardgrass (b)
  bentgrass (b)
  bermudagrass (g)
  cattail (e)
  cheatgrass (b)
  crabgrass (b)
  foxtail spp.  (b)
  goosegrass (b)
               (c)
horsetail rush
Muhlenbergia
nutsedge (b)
orchardgrass
Phragmites spp.
quackgrass (c, f)
rip cut grass  (c, f)
ryegrass (b)
                (e)
velvetgrass  (b)
water hyacinth  (a)
wild barley  (b)
wild oats  (b)
wild onion
witchgrass (b)
WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED:
  (Spray foliage and stems from fully developed  stage  until  dormancy.)
  ash (d)
  big leaf maple (c)
  buckbrush (c)
  honeysuckle  (c)
  kudzu (c)
locust (c)
poison ivy (b)
poison oak (b)
pricklyash (c)
                         salmonberry  (c)
                         scrub oak  (d)
                         sumac (c)
                         western dewberry  (c)
                            (blackberry)
                         wild cherry  (c)
Recommended dosage for control  (Ibs. act./A.):
  (a)  1-1.5             (e)  6-15  (Refer  to AQUATIC AREAS)
  (b)  2                 (f)  suppression  only
  (c)  4                 (g)  8  (for Canada thistle in  Intermountain States)
  (d)  6
Issued: 6-30-75
       I-A-33.2       Replaces page issued    12-20-74

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Sites and Dosage
  (by wt.act.ingred.)

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

farm buildings
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

               AMITROLE

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  1-4 Ibs. act. in
  100 gal. water

  0.5 oz. act. per
  272 sq.ft. in
  2 ga. water
  1-4 Ibs. act. in
  50 gal. water

  1.0 oz. act. per
  272 sq. ft. in
  2 gal. water

ORNAMENTALS

hardwood nurseries

  8 Ibs. act./A.
  (in 100 gal.water)

lawns

  1.0%  (Pr)
lawn renovation

  0.25 Ibs. act.
  per 2,000 sq. ft.
         Do not allow spray to contaminate crops or water
         that will be used for irrigation or other domestic
         purposes.  Keep livestock off treated areas.  See
         specific plants for recommended dosages.

         Intermountain States:
           Spot treatments.  Wet all leaves and stems to
           ground line.

           Knapsack sprayer. Wet  all leaves and stems to
           ground lines.
         All Other States:
           Spot treatment.  Wet all leaves and stems to
           ground line.

           Knapsack sprayer.  Wet all leaves and stems to
           ground line.
         Keep spray off hardwood stock.

         For Chrysanthemum control.  Apply directed spray
         when weed is 4-6 in. tall.

         Spray only target weeds.

         Spray weed clump for a few seconds until sheen
         is seen.  Dig up treated Quackgrass to a depth of
         5-6 in. 2 weeks after spraying.

         Keep off desirable vegetation.

         Apply in late summer to early fall when plants are
         actively growing.  If no rain in 5-7 days, water
  (in 10-12 gal. water) heavily.  Dig, rotovate, or plow 10-14 days after
                        application, and plant seed.
Issued: 12-20-74
                 I-A-33.3

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                              AMITROLE
Sites and Dosage
  (by. wt.act.ingred.)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

bridge abutments
lights
railroad
roadway (including
  shoulders)
signs


  1-4 Ibs. act. in
  100 gal. water

  0.5 oz. act. per
  272 sq. ft. in
  2 gal. water
  1-4 Ibs. act. in
  50 gal. water

  1.0 oz act. per
  272 sq. ft. in
  2 gal. water

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

buildings
fence rows
lumberyards
parking lots
runways
storage areas
tank farms
vacant lots
and other ind. sites

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL AND REC. FAC. ,
SCHOOLS

against buildings
fence rows
tree trunks
walk edges

  1.0% (Pr)

Issued: 12-20-74
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Do not allow spray to contaminate crops or water
that will be used for irrigation or other domestic
purposes.  Keep livestock off treated areas.  See
specific plants for recommended dosages.
Intermountain States:
  Spot treatments.  Wet all leaves and stems to
  ground line.

  Knapsack sprayer.  Wet all leaves and stems to
  ground line.
All Other States:
  Spot treatment.  Wet all leaves and stems to
  ground line.

  Knapsack sprayer.  Wet all leaves and stems to
  ground line.
Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Avoid spraying desirable plants.
Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY for additional methods of
application and dosages.
Spot treatment.  Spray all leaves and stems to ground
line.
        I-A-33.4

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                              AMITROLE

J3ites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AQUATIC AREAS           T)o not allow spray or drift  to contaminate  edible
                        crops or x-rater which will be used  for  irrigation,
                        drinking or other domestic purposes.   Do not  apply
                        to water where fish are present.

  Moving water          See specific aquatic weeds listed  below for dosages,
  drainage canals       uses and limitations.
  drainage ditches
  ditchbanks

                        Cattail control.  Apply after catkins  are fully
                        developed until frost.
                           North Central, Eastern states:
  6  (in 300 gal. water)    ground application

  6  (in 300 gal. water)    aerial application

                           Southwestern, Western states:
  8  (in 400 gal. water)    ground application

  10  (in 15 gal. water)    aerial application

                        Phragmites control.  Apply after plants are 30 in.
                        tall until early fruiting stage.
                           North Central states:
  8  (in 100 gal. water)    ground application

  8  (in 15 gal. water)     aerial application

                           Atlantic Coast Region, flooded:
  20  (in 300 gal. water)   ground application

  20  (in 5 gal. water)     aerial application

                           Atlantic Coast, flooded:
  15  (in 300 gal. water)   ground application

  15  (in 5 gal. water)     aerial application

                        Water Hyacinth control.  Apply in  April.  Wet weeds
                        thoroughly including shoots  under  plant.
                           Southeastern states:
  1-1.5 (in 200 gal.       ground application
  water)

  1-1.5 (in 5 gal. water)  aerial application

Marshes                 Refer to Moving Water  (same  information).

Issued:  12-20-74            I-A-33.5

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                    AMMONIUM ETHYL CARBAMOYLPHOSPHONATE*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                            PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L
GENERAL INFORMATION:
A brush control agent for use on non-cropland areas.
A spray directed to only part of a susceptible plant
will provide control to only the portion sprayed,
resulting in a trimming effect.  Rainfall within 24
hours of application may reduce its effectiveness.
TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:
      For applications made in late summer or early
      fall, response is usually not observed until
      the following spring except for pines which may
      show a response soon after application.
PHYTOTOXICITY OF TARGET WEEDS:  Failure to refoliate and subsequent death.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED:

   blackberry (a)
   black cherry (b)
   blackgum (b)
   black locust (a)
   elm (b)
   hawthorn (b)
   hickory (b)
   loblolly pine (a)
   maple (b)
   red alder (b)
   red oak (a)
   sassafras (b)
   sumac (a)
   sweetgum (a)
tuliptree (b)
Virginia pine
water oak (a)
white ash (b)
white oak (a)
willow (b)
(a)
   NOTE:  (a)The chemical provides control and growth suppression.
          (b)The chemical provides partial control and growth suppression.
*Proprietary name: "Krenite"

Issued:  10-20-75
            I-A-33-1.1

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Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

railroad,
roadway,
utility

  6-12
(in 50-300 gal.
water for ground
application and
10-40 gal. water for
aerial application).
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

  AMMONIUM ETHYL CARBAMOYLPHOSPHONATE

        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
        NF
        Foliar application.  Apply during the 2 month
        period prior to fall leaf coloration to uni-
        formly cover the plants, without drenching.
        Use the highest rate on dense brush stands and
        in which species partially controlled are
        predominant.  For control of only a portion of
        a plant, as in trimming, direct the spray to
        thoroughly cover only the section of the plant
        to be controlled.  Use 1 quart of a nonionic
        surfactant per 100 gals, spray.
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

Storage areas, etc.

  6-12

FOREST, CHAPARRAL,
NONAGRICULTURAL AND
WASTELAND

reforestation areas

  6-12
        NF
        Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
        NF
        Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Issued:  10-20-75
                I-A-33-1.2

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Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AQUATIC AREAS

adjacent to
reservoirs,
streams, lakes
and ponds.
drainage ditchbanks

  6-12
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 AMMONIUM ETHYL CARBAMOYLPHOSPHONATE

       Tolerances, Use and Limitations
       NF
       Use ground application only.  Prefer
       to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Issued:  10-20-75
              I-A-33-1.3

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                                   AMMONIUM SULFAMATE
PRINCIPAL FOEMULATIQNS: SP




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UXLTtOXORS
(ppm)
Apples



Pears



Rangelands and
pastures



Miscellaneous :
Noncrop areas
around :
Lakes
Ponds
Reservoirs
Streams
i
5



5



NF






Extended




57 Ibs./lCO
gals . water


57 Ibs./lOO
gals . water


100 Ibs./lOO
gals . water





190 Ib. actual
per acre



Spot treatment. Apply as a wetting
spray to poison ivy in full leaf.
Keep spray off tree foliage and
fruit .
Spot treatment . Apply as a wetting
spray to poison ivy in full leaf.
Keep spray off tree foliage and
fruit .
Treatment to be applied to individual
plants . For the control of woody
plants, wet foliage thoroughly. Apply
after brush reaches full leaf stage
until leaves change color in fall.


Apply as full coverage spray on weeds
and brush. Aim spray away from water
and spray away from cropland .


  Issued:   10-15-69
I-A-34

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                            AMMONIUM THIOSULFATE


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A selective herbicide for use in Dichondra lawns.  Will
                      not interfere with the germination of seeds.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PKYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    oxalis             spurge


Sites and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations

  ORNAMENTALS

Dichondra lawns        N.F.

  4 oz. of 88% soln.   Spot treatment.  Water lawn thoroughly 24 hours
  per gal. water per   before application.  Apply with a pressurized spray
  100 sq. ft.          to saturate the spurge foliage while avoiding
                       excessive spray contact with the Dichondra.  Do
                       not apply with a hose propertioner or water can.
                       Do not apply immediately after mowing.  Repeat
                       application 1-2 weeks after the first.  Do not
                       use on ajuga groundcover.  Avoid watering after
                       applications.  Do not apply if temperatures are
                       to exceed 75*F.
Issued:  3-30-77             I-A-35

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                           ARSENIC ACID*

 TYPE OF PESTICIDE:   Desiccant,  Herbicide PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L

 GENERAL INFORMATION:   Used mainly for preharvest cotton dessication and
                       as a non-cropland weed killer.

 TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  7-10 days.   May require repeat application.

 PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:   Chlorosis, browning,  dehydration.

 MODE OF ACTION:   Dehydration;  inhibition of respiration in arsenite form.

 BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
   bindweed              knapweed                 pennyworts
   broomweed             lambsquarters            prickly lettuce
   chickweed             larkspur                 ragweed
   cocklebur             milkweed                 sheep sorrel
   dandelions            morning glory            shepherdspurse
   horse nettles          pigweed                  thistle
   jimsonweed            plantains                winter clover

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:
   crabgrass (b)          green foxtail            quackgrass
   dallisgrass (b)        Johnsongrass (a)         yellow foxtail
   goosegrass            nutgrass (a)

 Note:   (a) Top kill
         (b) See  "Bermuda lawns" under Sites/Dosage
*orthoarsenic acid

Issued:   6-30-75                I-A-39.1   Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON

  4.4  (Ibs. act./A.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             ARSENIC ACID

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
fence posts
implement storage
  areas

  1 gal. 2.1% soln.
  per 200 sq. ft.
       -or-
  2 qts. 75% soln.
  per acre
       -or-
  2 qts. mix. of
  18% arsenic acid
  plus 44% mono-
  sodium acid
  methanearsenate
  per acre

ORNAMENTALS

bermuda lawns
  25 (Ibs. act./A.)
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

fence posts
industrial sites
         4.0 ppm. (as As 0 ).
                        *•• J

         Preharvest desiccant.  4 day preharvest interval.
         Do not graze or use treated plants or gin waste
         for feed or forage.
Sites and Dosage
  (active ingredient)

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES   NF
         Do not spray evergreens, shrubs or flowers.  Do
         not allow domestic animals to graze treated areas.
         Thoroughly saturate area to be controlled.
         Do not use on new bermudagrass with less than
         3 months growth.

         For control of dallisgrass and crabgrass.  Spray
         uniformly with a garden hose sprayer.
         Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same information)
Issued:  12-20-74
                 I-A-39.2

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                             ARSENIC ACID

  Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
    (active ingredient)

  DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,     NF
  MEDICAL FACILITIES,
  SCHOOLS

  driveways               Do not spray evergreens,  shrubs or  flowers.  Do
  patios                  not allow domestic animals to graze treated areas.
  sidewalks

    1 gal. 2.1% soln.     Thoroughly saturate area  to be controlled.
    per 200 sq. ft.
         -or-
    2 qts. 75% soln.
    per acre
         -or-
    2 qts. mix. of
    18% arsenic acid
    plus 44% mono-
    sodium acid
    methanearsenate
    per acre.
Issued: 12-20-74                  I-A-39.3

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                         ASULAM (SODIUM SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   S

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A selective postemergence herbicide.  Does not
                      control broadleaf weeds.  Do not use a wetting agent.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Interferes with cell division and expansion in the
                 meristematic regions of the plant.

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   alexandergrass (d)    foxtail (d)              panicum (broadleaf) (d)
   barnyardgrass (e)     goosegrass (d)           paragrass (a)
   crabgrass (b,c,d)     johnsongrass (a,b,c)

NOTE:  Does not control broadleaf weeds.
       Controls the above grasses at the following dosages (in Ibs. act./A.)

       a)  3.34; Hawaii only.
       b)  3.34; Texas only.
       c)  2.09; Louisiana only.
       d)  2.09; Florida only.
       e)  2.51; Florida only.
*methyl sulfanilylcarbamate

Issued:  10-20-75                 I-A-42.1

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                         ASULAM (SODIUM SALT)
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.;

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE
   3.34
(in 15-100 gal.
water)
   3.34
   3.34
(in 15-100 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use, and Limitations
0.1 ppm.
90 day preharvest interval.  Do not make more
than one application per growing season.  Do
not plant crops other than sugarcane in treat-
ed area.  Cover crops may be planted if plowed
under and not grazed.  Do not graze or feed
sugarcane fodder or forage to livestock.

Postemergence.   Broadcast.  Use limited to
Hawaii.  For plant or stubble cane.  Apply to
actively growing, immature weeds.  The cane
should be at least 12 inches tall prior to
application.  Use 5-10 gal. water for aerial
applications.  Do not graze or feed fodder
or forage to livestock.

Postemergence.   Spot treatment.  Use limited
to Hawaii.  For plant or stubble cane.  Apply
to actively growing, immature weeds.  The cane
should be at least 12 inches tall prior to
application.  Mix 2.51-5.01 Ibs. act. in 100
gal. water and apply so as not to exceed 50
gal. of solution per acre.  Do not exceed 3.34
Ibs. act. of asulair. per acre.  Do not graze or
feed fodder or forage to livestock.

Postemergence.   Broadcast.  Use limited to Texas,
For plant or stubble cane.  Apply to actively
growing, immature weeds.  The cane should be
about 3 feet tall prior to application.  Use
3-5 gal. water for aerial applications.  Do not
graze or feed fodder or forage to livestock.
Issued:  10-20-75
            I-A-42.2

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                         ASULAM (SODIUM SALT)

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use, and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE (cont'd)

   2.09                  Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Use limited to
(in 15-100 gal.          Louisiana.  For plant or stubble cane.  Apply
water)                   to actively growing, immature weeds.  The cane
                         should be at least 18 inches tall prior to
                         application.  Use 3-5 gal. water for aerial
                         applications.  Do not graze of feed fodder or
                         forage to livestock.

   2.09-2.51             Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Use limited to
(in 15-100 gal.          Florida.   For plant or stubble cane.  Apply
water)                   to actively growing, immature weeds.  The
                         cane should be at least 14 inches tall prior
                         to application.  Use 3-5 gal. water for aerial
                         applications.  Do not graze or feed fodder or
                         forage to livestock.
Issued:  10-20-75                  I-A-42.3

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                                       ATRAZINE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L; WP;  G
TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Corn




















Macadamia
orchards


Pineapples










0.25
(in or on
fresh
corn
including
sweet
corn
[kernels
plus cobs
with
husks
removed] ,
corn
grain
[includes
popcorn] )

15
(forage
or
fodder)
0.25
(nuts)


0.25
(pine-
apples)
10
(forage
and
fodder)



Ib. actual/A.
4.0




4.0




4.0










4.0



6.4


1.6







Preplanting broadcast in fall or spring.
Do not plant treated areas to any crop
except corn and sorghum within 18 mo.
after application.
-or-
Preemergence, Apply when weeds are less
than 11/2 inches high. Do not plant
treated areas to any crop except corn and
sorghum within 18 mo. after application.
-or-
Postemergence. Apply directed spray 3
weeks after emergence. Do not plant
treated areas to any crop except corn and
sorgnuro witftrn 18 mo. after application.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
areas to livestock for 21 days after
treatment.




Preharvest. Apply just prior to harvest
and before weeds emerge. Repeat
treatment but do not spray when nuts are
on ground during harvest period.
Broadcast application immediately after
planting or after plant crop harvest is
completed.
Repeat directed sprays between the rows
at 1-2 month intervals. Do not apply
more than 30 Ib. actual chemical per acre
per crop season. Do not apply within 45
days of fruit harvest or feed treated
forage to livestock if treated within
45 days of harvest.
*2-chloro-4-ethylamino-6-isopropylamino-s-triazine
Issued:   6-30-75
I-A-43.1
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                                   ATRAZIWE
     USB
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
              UMTCATIONS
Ryegrass
 (perennial)
Sorghum
Sorghum
 (chemical
  fallow)
   0.25
   (grain)
    15
   (forage
    and
   fodder)
           Ibs. actual/A.

               1.2
  4.0
                               4.0
                               4.0
               3-0
Use limited to Pacific Northwest.
Postharvest.  Apply after harvest of
seed crop and after first fall rain.
Do not graze treated areas within 10
days after treatment.  Do not plant
treated land to any crop not on label
for 16 months after treatment.  Do not
apply more than 2 years in succession.

Preplant.  Broadcast in fall or spring.
Do not plant treated areas to any crop
except sorghum or corn within 18 mo.
after application.
                or
Preemergence.  Apply when weeds are less
than 1 1/2 inches high.  Do not plant
treated areas to any crop except corn
or sorghum within 18 rao. after applica-
tion,           or
Postemergence.  Apply directed spray 3
weeks after crop emergence.  Do not plant
treated areas to any crop except corn or
sorghum within lb mo. after application.
Do not graze treated areas or feed
treated forage to livestock for 21 days
after treatment.

Postharvest application to wheat stubble
in fall before weeds are 2 inches tall.
Plant to sorghum the following spring.
After sorghum harvest leave fallow one
year and plant to wheat.  Do not graze
treated areas, or feed treated forage
to livestock within 6 months after
treatment.  Do not plant treated areas
to any crop other than those on the
label within l8 months after treatment.
Issued:   6-30-75
                   I-A-43.2
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                                     ATRAZINE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                            LIMITATIONS
 Sugarcane
 Wheat (winter)
 Wheat  (winter)
 (chemical fallow

   1 year fallow
  2 years fallow
   0.25
 (sugar-
 cane)
   0.25
 fodder
  and
 forage)
   0.25
 (grain)
    5
 (fodder
   and
  straw)
Ibs.  actual/A.

     0.6



     k.O


     k.O
     3-0
               1.6
                                              Use limited to Florida.
                                              spray to emerged weeds.
                                              after "close-in."
                          Apply directed
                          Do not apply
 Preemergence.  Broadcast  application
 at time of  planting,  or ratooning.
               and
 Postemergence.  Apply broadcast over
 emerged cane.  Repeat with  2 directed
 sprays between rows.  Do  not apply
 after "close-in."  Do not apply more
 than 10 pounds actual chemical per acre
 in a crop season.

 Postharvest application to wheat stubble
 in fall before weeds  are  2 inches tall.
 Plant to sorghum the  following spring.
After sorghum harvest leave fallow one
 year and plant to wheat.  Do not graze
treated areas, or feed treated forage to
 livestock within 6 months after
treatment.   Do not plant treated areas
to any crop other than those on the
label within 18 months after treatment.
                 Use limited to pacific Northwest.
                 Postharvest.  Apply to wheat stubble in
                 fall after volunteer grain appears
                 following fall rains and before
                 January 1.  Leave fallow one year and
                 plant winter wheat in fall.  Do not
                 graze livestock on growing wheat within
                 6 months after application.

                 Postharvest.  Apply to wheat stubble in
                 fall after volunteer grain appears
                 following fall rains.   Leave fallow for
                 2 years and plant to winter wheat in
                 fall.  Do not graze livestock on growing
                 wheat within 6 months  after application.
Issued:  3-31-69
                      I-A-43.3

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                                         BARBAE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC
   TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
f
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMETATICHS
Ippm;

Barley
Fla.-:
Lentils
1 Mustard
(oil crop)
Peas
Saf flower
Soybeans

0.1
0.1
f laxseed )
0.1
0.1
[mustard
seed)
0.1
0.1
saf flower
seed)
0.1
(beans )
Ib. actual/A.
•375
•375
•375
• 375
•375
•375
.375

Apply before the k— leaf stage of crop
and when wild oats are in 2-leaf stage.
Do not allow livestock to graze treated
fields until after harvest of crop.
Apply before the 12- leaf stage of flax
and when wild oats are in 2-leaf stage .
Do not feed flax straw to livestock
Apply before the k- leaf stage of crop
and when wild oats are in 2-leaf stage.
Do not feed lower 3 inches (stubble) of
vines to livestock.
Apply at the 2-jj-leaf stage of crop and
when wild oats are in 2-leaf stage.
Do not graze treated fields until after
harvest of the crop.
Apply before the 6- leaf stage of crop
and when wild oats are in 2-leaf stage.
Do not feed lower 3 inches (stubble) of
vines to livestock.
Apply "before the 8-leaf stage of crop
and when the wild oats are in 2-leaf
stage. Do not graze treated fields
until after harvest of the crop.
Apply before the first trifoliate leaf
stage of crop and when wild oats are in
2-leaf stage . Do not feed treated
forage or pods to livestock. Do not
graze treated fields until after harvest
of crop.
4
     *^-chloro-2-butynyl ra-chlorocarbanilate
     Issued:  10-15-69                        I-B-1.1

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                                      BA3BA1J
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm;
                               DOSAGE
                                                            LIMITATIONS
Sugar beets
Sunflower
Wheat:
  Spring
  Winter
   0.1
  (roots
   and
  tops)

   0.1
 (sunflover
   seed)
                    0.1
                  •7r
                   1 s
Apply before the jCth day  after  c: crgo.jce
anr.' vhcn vild oats  arc  in  2-leaL' sta^e.
Do not graze treated fields  until a^'ter
harvest of crop.

Appf;, before the 1-th day  after  eiicrgeiiee
vhen vild oatc are  in 2-leaf rrcagc .   Do
not Ora2e treated  Tielcs vntil tc'tcr
harvest of crop.

Apply before the ^-Isaf stage of "i op
and when vild oats  are  in  2-leaf stage.
Do nc~ (j,ra2e treated fields  until aftev
liarve st of jrop.
Issued;  10-15-69
                       I-B-1.2

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                                      BENEFITS*




 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, G




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBttTAnaiS
(ppm;

Alfalfa

Birdsfoot
trefoil
Clover ;
Alsike
Lad in o
Red
Lettuce

Peanuts

Tobacco
(bur ley, dark,
flue cured)

0.05

0.05

0.05



0.05

c.C5

w


Ibs . actual/A.
1-5

1-5

1-5



1-5

1.5

1-5



Preplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 10 weeks before planting.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 10 weeks before planting.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 10 weeks before planting.


Preplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 10 weeks before direct seeding.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 10 weeks before planting.
Pretransplant soil incorporation.
Apply within 10 weeks before setting.

   *N-butyl-N-et.hyl-a,a,a-trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-p_-toluidine




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                              BENTAZON*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Postemergence broadleaf weed control in soybeans.  Do
                      not apply to soybeans growing under unfavorable con-
                      ditions such as flooding, hail damage, drought, co]d,
                      or widely fluctuating temperatures, as soybean injury
                      may occur.  Rainfall within 8 hours of application may
                      reduce its effectiveness.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROPS:  Soybean leaves may exhibit a slightly yellowed,
                         bronzed, or speckled appearance under certain
                         conditions.  They generally outgrow this condi-
                         tion within two weeks.

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibition of Hill Reaction and photosynthesis are indicated,

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   Canada thistle (e)    common ragweed (b)       Pennsylvania smartweed(a)
   common cocklebur  (a)  giant ragweed (d)        velvetleaf (b)
   cocklebur             jimsonweed (c)           wild mustard (a)
    (mature) (h)         morningglory (f)

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:

   yellow nutsedge  (g)

NOTE:  Will provide control at the following dosages (in Ibs. act./A.).
       Will not control grasses.

   (a)  0.75 at 2-6 leaf stage; 1.0 at 6-10 leaf stage
   (b)  0.75 at 2-4 leaf stage; 1.0 at 4-6 leaf stage
   (c)  1.0 at 2-10 leaf stage
   (d)  1.0 at 2-4 leaf stage
   (e)  1.0 to 1.5 when plants are 6-8 inches tall
   (f)  1.0 to 1.5 before plants achieve 4 true leaves
   (g)  Split applications recommended.  0.75 to 6-8 inch tall plants.
        Repeat 10-14 days later.  If only one application is possible,
        use 1.0 to 1.5.
   (h)  To provide partial control of mature cocklebur.  Use a thorough
        spray coverage.  Apply 0.75 to plants up to 24 inches tall and
        repeat 10-14 days later; or a single application of 1.0 to 1.5 to
        plants up to 24 inches tall.
*3-isopropyl-lH-2,l,3-benzothiadiazin-4(3H)-one 2,2-dioxide (a sodium salt)

*Proprietary name:  Basagran

Issued:  10-20-75                  I-B-4.1

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                            BENTAZON
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SOYBEANS
0.75-1.5
(in 10-40 gal.
water)
0.75-1.5
in 5-10 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.05 ppm. (soybeans)
0.05 ppm. (eggs and meat, fat and meat byproducts
          Of cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
          and sheep)
0.02 ppm. (milk)
65 day preharvest interval.  Do not apply more than
a total of 1.5 Ibs. act./A. in one season.  Do not
feed treated forage or hay to livestock.

Postemergence.  Apply soon after the emergence of
the weeds.  This generally corresponds to the 1-4
trifoliate leaf stage in soybeans.  Weeds should be
throughly covered with the spray.  Do not apply
after long periods of drought.

Aerial application.
Issued:  10-20-75
          I-B-4.2

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                                BENZADOX*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                      PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  If temperature is below 55ฐF. at the time of
                      treatment, or if rain occurs within 8 hours
                      following spraying, control will be reduced.
                      Do not tank mix.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  2-5 days.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Browning of foliage.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  Temporary yellowing or stunting of beets may occur.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    Kochia
*(benzamidooxy)acetic acid, ammonium salt of

Issued: 6-30-75             I-B-5.1

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                                BENZADOX
Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(lb. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS             0.1 ppm. (tops and roots).
                        50 day preharvest interval.

  2                     Postemergence.
                           Broadcast.  Apply when Kochia is in rosette
                           stage and is about 1 inch in diameter.  Less
                           control of larger Kochia can be expected.  Do
                           not spray when wind exceeds 15 m.p.h.

                           Band application.  Reduce dosage proportionately.
Issued: 6-30-75              I-B-5.2

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                                 BIFENOX*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC, WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A preemergence herbicide for use in soybeans.
                      Incorporation decreases its weed control activity.
                      Do not use as a "cracking" treatment.  May be
                      tank mixed with alachlor.  May follow a preplant
                      incorporation application of trifluralin.  Toxic
                      to fish.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  Rainfall after application, especially at the
                        time of crop emergence, may cause severe crop
                        injury.  Rainfall which splashes treated soil
                        onto crops may cause injury.

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    j imsonweed          pigweed              velvetleaf
    lambsquarters       smartweed
*methyl 5-(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoate
*Proprietary name:  "Modown"

Issued:   3-30-77                 I-B-7.1

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                                 BIFENOX
 Crops  and Dosage        Tolerance,  Use and Limitations
  (Ibs.  act./A.)

 AGRICULTURAL CROPS

 SOYBEANS                 0.05 ppm.  (soybeans,  forage and hay)
                         Do not  rotate treated area until the  following
                         year except with soybeans and corn.   Cover crops
                         planted after harvest should be plowed under and
                         not grazed.

    2(EC,WP)              Preemergence.   Broadcast or band.  Apply after
 (in 20-40 gal. water)    planting but before crop seedlings emerge.  Do
                         not incorporate.  Reduce dosage proportionately
                         to band area actually treated.

 0.5-1.0 trifluralin(EC)  Sequential  application with trifluralin*.   Use
 2.0 bifenox (EC,WP)      trifluralin (EC) as a preplant  incorporated
                         application.  Refer to trifluralin label for
                         specific information and precautions  for use.
                         Apply bifenox preemergence as above.   Trifluralin
                         controls barnyardgrass, cheat,  crabgrass,  foxtail
                         and certain other grasses.

 1.5 bifenox(EC)          Tank-mix application with alachlor**.  Preemergence.
 -OR-1.6 bifenox  (WP)     Broadcast  or band.  Apply after planting but before
   -PLUS-                crop seedlings emerge.  Do not  incorporate.  Reduce
 2.0-2.5 alachlor(EC)     dosage  proportionately to band  area actually treated.
                         Refer to the alachlor label for specific information
                         and precautions for use.  Alachlor controls
                         barnyardgrass, crabgrass, foxtail and certain
                         other grasses.
x *Proprietary name:   "Treflan"
 **Proprietary name:   "Lasso"

 Issued:   3-30-77                I-B-7.2

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              2,U-BIS (lSOPROFnJAMDIO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-s-TRIAZDJE*




PRINCIPAL FORMUIATIOMS: WP




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOQAGE UMITATICWS
(ppm)

Celery










Corn























0.5










0.25
Grain
( includ-
ing pop-
corn)
0.25
fresh
corn,
including
sweet
corn
(kernels
plus cobs
with
hu s ks
rer.ioved)
0.25
forage &
fodder
.including
field ,
sweet/ ฃ
popcorn)
Ibs. actual/A.
0.6





3-2




3-0























Use restricted to Florida. '
Postemergence broadcast treatment ,
to seed beds after crop reaches two-five-
true leaf stage and weeds are less than i
2 inches high. Only one application
per year .
Use restricted to California,
Florida, and Hawaii. Postemergence
broadcast application to transplants
within 2-6 weeks after transplanting .
Not more than two treatments per crop.
Preemergence . Do not plant to any
crop except corn the following year .





















  *Pronetryne




  Issued:  6-31-68
I-B-9.1

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                2,4-BIS(ISOPROPYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-s-TRIAZINE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
  Cotton
  0.25
 (cotton-
 seed )
  1.0
 (forage)
                             Ib. actual/A.

                                  2.4
                                  2.!
                                  0.48
                                  0.64
                                   1.6
Use restricted to California and Arizona.
Preplant soil incorporation. Do not graze
or feed forage from treated areas to
livestock.

Preemergence. Do not graze or feed forage
from treated areas to livestock. Do not
use in Arizona and California.

Use restricted to Texas and Mid-South
(Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
Missouri, and Tennessee).
Postemergence directed spray when crop is
3-6 inches high.  Make 2-3 applications.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
areas '"o livestock.

Postemergence directed spray when crop is
over 6 inches tall.  Make 2-3 applica-
tions.  Do not graze or feed forage from
treated areas to livestock.

Postemergence directed spray at layby
when crop is more than 12 inches tall.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
areas to livestock.
Issued:  12-20-74
                       I-B-9.2

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                                     BOPATE (SODIUM SALTS)*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  O

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide, Defoliant, Deciccant
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
                   as total
                    boi on)
                    [ cotton-
                     seed )
                              Ib. actual/A.
                                  -.16
                              0.136 Ib./lC
                                 s q. ft.
                             or feed seed or gin waste to livestock.

                             Spot treatment for Johnsongrass.  Apply
                             dry or spray thoroughly to wet  foliage
                             and soil. Do not graze treated  area or
                             feed seed or gin -waste to livestock.
   •^Includes sodiuu metaborate tetrah; drate, sodium tetraborate and borax
   *Used in combination vith sodium chlorate
                                         I-B-13

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                                            BHOMACIL*
  PRINCIPAL PORMULAnCHS:  WP

  TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
         USE
                    TOLERANCE
           DOSAGE
                           LIMITATIONS
**
    Citrus:
      Grapefruit
      Lemons
      Oranges
    Pineapple
0.1
0.1
                               Ibs. actual/A.
k.Q
                                    3.2
                                    1.6
                                    3.2
             Apply broadcast spray to floor of
             orchards established k years or more.
             Do not plant treated areas to any crop
             within 2 years after last treatment.
 Use restricted to Hawaii.  Single overall
 application immediately after planting.
 Do not replant to any crop other than
 pineapple within 2 years of last
 application.
              and

Apply as a directed interline spray prior
to differentiation.

               or

Broadcast application after plants are 8

months old but before differentiation.

Use limited to Puerto Rico.  Single
overall application immediately after
planting.  Do not replant to any crop
other  than pineapple within 2 years of
last application.
    *5-bromo-3-sec-butyl-6-methyluracil
    Issued:  9-H-70
                    I-B- 14

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                                BUTRALIN*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A preplant herbicide.  Do not use around the
                      home or recreation areas.  The chemical is a
                      severe eye and skin irritant.  Do not contaminate
                      water used for irrigation or domestic purposes.
                      Toxic to fish.  Avoid spray drift.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

  common lambsquarters   pigweed        smartweed
  common purslane

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

  barnyardgrass         crabgrass       seedling johngrass
  broadleaf             foxtail
    signalgrass
*4-(l,l-dimethylethyl)-N-(l-methylpropyl)-2,6-dinitrobenzenamine

Issued: 6-30-75                I-B-17-1.1

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                                BUTRALIN
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON

  1.5 (sand,
  sandy loams)
  1.5-2(loams,
  silt loams)
  2-3 (silt clay
  loams, clay loams)
  (in 10-30 gal.
  water for ground
  application, 5
  gal. water for
  aerial application)

SOYBEANS

  1.5 sand,
  sandy loams)
  1.5-2 (loams,
  silt loams)
  2-3 (silt clay
  loams, clay loams)
  (in 10-30 gal.
  water for ground
  application, 5
  gal. water for
  aerial application)
Tolerance. Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm.  (cottonseed).

Preplant incorporated.  Broadcast.  No geographic
limitations.  Incorporate immediately after application
with power driven tillers, hoes or cultivators to a
depth of 2-3 inches, or with a double disk or
double disk harrow combination to a depth of 3-6
inches.  Crop may be planted immediately after
incorporation.  Do not feed cotton forage from
treated fields to livestock.
0.1 ppm.  (soybeans and forage).

Preplant incorporated.  Broadcast.  Incorporate
immediately after application as shown for cotton.
Crop may be planted immediately after incorporation.
Do not feed forage from treated fields to livestock.
Issued:  3-30-77
  I-B-17-1.2
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           2-(TERT-BUTYLAMTNO)-4-(ETHYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIQ)-s-TRIAZXNE

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
 Barley  (winter)
iSorghum
    0.1
 (grain,
  green
 fodder,
   and
  straw)
   0.1
 (grain)
Ib. actual/A.

    1.8
    2.4
Use restricted to Washington, Oregon, and
Idaho.

Postemergence.  Apply in fall after barley
has reached the 3-leaf stage or in spring
when barley has not more than 1 or 2 til-
lers.  Apply to weeds before rosettes are
3 inches in diameter or until they are 4
inches in height.  Do not use on sands or
loamy sands.  Do not make more than one
application per crop cycle.  Do not plant
treated fields to any crop other than
wheat or barley until nine months follow-
ing application.  Do rot feed green forage
or graze treated areas to livestock for 6
months following application.

Preemergence.  Do not apply over emerged
sorghum.  Do not make second application
to the same crop.  Do not broadcast on
furrow-planted sorghum in Texas,.New
Mexico, or Oklahoma.  Do not apply to
millets, sudan-sorghum hybrids and sorghum
breeding stock.  Winter wheat may be
planted following sorghum harvest.  Other
crops may be planted the following spring.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
areas.
 *terbutryn

Issued:  4-30-73
                     I-B-18.1

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2-(TERT-BUTYLAMINO)-4-(ETHYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-s-TRIAZINE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Wheat (winter)







0.1
(grain,
green
fodder
and
straw)





Ib. actual/A.
2.4
2.2





1

Use restricted to Idaho, Oregon, and
Washington. Preemergence. Apply in
fall or winter.
-or
Postemergence. Apply in fall after wheat
is in 3-leaf stage, or apply in spring
when wheat is in 1-2 tiller stage. Do not
plant to any crop except winter wheat for
9 months after treatment. Do not feed
green forage or graze treated areas to
livestock for 6 months after treatment.
Do not make more than one application
per crop cycle.
D
i
1
i
i
i
i

Issued: 4-30-73 I-B-18.2

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                               CACODYLIC ACID*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  sodium salt  + acid L

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
  Citrus:
   (nonbearing)
   Grapefruit
   Lemons
   Limes
   Oranges
   Tangerines
  Cotton
    KF
   2.8
  (cotton-
   seed)
Ib. actual/A.

     k.96
     1.3
Apply as directed spray to weeds in
interspaces and around base of trees.
Do not exceed 3 applications per year.
Do not allow spray solution to contact
leaves, stem, or bark.  Do not apply
around trees from which fruit will be
harvested within 1 year after treatment.
Do not use in Florida.

Preharvest defoliant.  Apply when 50% or
more of the bolls are open and 7-10  days
prior  to anticipated picking.  Do not
graze  livestock on treated areas.
  *dimethylarsinic acid

  Issued:  3-24-72
                   I-C-1

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                                CALCIUM CYABAMIDE
PRINCIPAL FOBMULAIXCHS:  D; G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppn)
    DOSAGE
              LEMECAHCHS
  Tobacco
  Vegetable plant
    beds
  Compost and
    topsoil
   NF
Ibs.  actual/A.

 4,260 (0.88
 ibs./sq. yd.)
                 (0.88
           Ibs ./sq.. yd . )
              6.1 Ibs./
           cu. yd. soil
Plant bed treatment.  Preplant (shallow
soil incorporation) 90 days before
seeding and 60 days before soil freezes.

Preplant (shallow soil incorporation)
90 days before seeding and 60 days
before soil freezes.

Mix thoroughly with moist screened
material as it goes into pile or bin.
Wait 8 weeks before using.
  Issued:  5-31-69
                      I-C-5

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                                      CAFTAN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP; D

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
  Oranges
  Tangeloes
                   100
                   100
Ibs. actual/A.

       5
Increase fruit set.  Apply as after bloom
spray from 2/3 petal fall until fruit
reaches approximately 1/2 inch in diameter,
Do not feed treated raw citrus byproducts
to livestock.
  *N-trichloromethylthio-i|-cyclohexene-l,2-dicarboximide

                                          I-C-8
Issued:  8-31-68

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                                      CARBARYL*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LZMESCAKOTS
(ppai)
Apples


10


1,200 ppm


Apple thinning. Apply as full
coverage spray 10-25 days after
full bloom.
 *l-naphthyl methylcartoamate




 Issued:  8-31-68
I-C-9

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                                   CARBON BISULFIDE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: Tech




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBHTATTCHS
(ppm;

General Soil
Fumigation
(any crop)



NF




Ibs . actual/A.
4,260





Inject 5-6 inches deep into soil at 18
inches intervals in staggered pattern,
before September-December. Do not
disturb soil or irrigate for 30 days
after treatment .
   Issued:  8-31-68
I-C-10

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                                      CHLORAMBEN*
  PRINCH'AL FORMULATIONS: L; G Ammonium salt


  TYPE PESTICIDE: Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Asparagus

Beans
(dry)


Corn
(field)



Lima beans
Peanuts


Peppers




Pumpkins
Soybeans




NF

0.1
(dried
beans ,
vines)
0,1
(grain,
fodder
and
forage)
0.1
0.1
(peanuts,
forage)
0.1




0.1
0.1
(beans,
forage)

Ib. actual/A.
3

3

3

2




4
3


4
(granular)

4
(granular)
4
3




Preemergence application to seedbed
immediately after seeding.
Preplanting soil incorporation.
-or-
Preemergence.
i
I
Preemergence. Plant seed 2-2 1/2 inches
deep. Do not apply to light sandy soils.



Preemergence.
Use restricted to Oklahoma and north
Texas. Preemergence.

Posttransplanting application 3-30 days
after setting.
-or-
Apply at layby.

Preemergence.
Split application:
Preplant broadcast at 1.5 Ibs. actual.
Preemergence band application at
1.0-1.5 Ibs. actual.
**
   *3-amino-2,5-dichlorobenzoic  acid
   * amiben
   Issued:    6-30-75
                                       I-C-13.1
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                                       CHLORAMBEN
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppra)
                                 DOSAGE
             LIMITATIONS
  Squash:
     Summer
     Winter

  Sunflower
  Sweetpotatoes

  Tomatoes
  0.1
  0.1

  0.1
 (seed)

  0.1

  0.1
           Ib.  actual/A.

                 4
                              (granular)
                              (granular)
Preemergence.
Preemergence.  Do not graze or feed foragi
from treated areas to livestock.

Pretransplant.

Posttransplanting application 3-30 days
after setting.
              -or-
Apply at layby.
Issued:   12-20-74
                     I-C-13.2

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                                  CHLORBROMURON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:
                          WP
TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
  Corn (field)
  Potatoes
  Soybeans
  Wheat  (winter)
  *3-(A-bromo-3-c1
  0.2
 (grain,
 ear,
 fodder,
 and
 forage)
  0.2
   0.2
 soybeans,
 soybean
 forage)
   0.2
 (grain,
 straw)
                             Ibs. actual/A.
     1.5
(refer to  next
    page)
ilorophenyl) -1-methoxy- i-ine
Use restricted to Central, Eastern and
Southern United States.  Preemergence.
Do not use on corn planted in deep
furrows.  Do not use on inbred parent
seed corn.  Do not use on light soil or
soil where organic matter is less than
1%.  Do not plant crops other than field
corn, potatoes, or soybeans within 6
months after application.

Preemergence.  Apply after planting or
dragoff.  Do not harvest immature
potatoes.  Do not plant crops other than
field corn, potatoes, or soybeans within
6 months after application.

Use restricted to Central, Eastern, and
Southern United States.  Preemergence.
Do not use on soybeans planted in deet>
furrows.  Do not use on light soil or
soil where organic matter is less than
1%.  Do not plant crops other than field
corn, potatoes, or soybeans within 6
months after application.

Use restricted to Washington,  Oregon and
Idaho.  Do not make more than one
application per crop cycle.  Do not apply
where rainfall is less than 10 inches
per year.  Do not apply on light sandy
soils with less than 1% organic matter or
exposed subsoil.  Do not plant to other
crops within 6 months of application.
Do not graze livestock on treated fields
or feed treated forage to livestock!
                                               (continued on next page)
                bhylurea
   *Proprietary name:   Maleran
  Issued:
             6-30-75
                        I-C-15.1
                                                       Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                                      CHLORBROMURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
   Wheat  (winter)
    (continued)
                              Ibs.  actual/A
                                    1.5
                                    1.5
                                    1.5
                             East of Cascade range:

                               Fall:  Apply after planting, before
                                      weeds are 3 inches tall and
                                      before soil freezes.

                                             -or-

                               Spring:  Apply after wheat starts to
                                        grow but before weeds are
                                        4 inches tall.  Do not apply
                                        after May 1 or after tempera-
                                        ture exceeds 70 degrees F.

                             West of Cascade range:

                               Apply anytime after planting, but before
                               weeds are A inches tall.  Bo not apply
                               after December 31.
Issued:
           12-20-74
                      I-C-15.2

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                    2-CHLORO-b,6-BIS(ISOPROPYLAMINO)-s-TRIAZINE*
PRINCIPAL PQRMULAUCWS:  WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppa)
 DOSAGE
             LIMITATIONS
 Sorghum:
   Milo
   Sweet
  0.25
  (grain,
  forage,
   and
  fodder)
Ib. actual/A.

    3.2
Preemergence application at time of
planting or immediately after.  Do not
plant to corn, cotton, or soybeans
within 12 months after application.  Do
not plant to any other crop except
sorghum within 18 months after
application.
 ^Proprietary name:   "Propazine"

 Issued:   9-25-TO
                        I-C-18

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       2-[(4-CHLORO-6-ETHYLAMINO-S-TRIAZIN-2- Yl)AMINO]-2-METHYLPROPIONITRILE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  m.  G.  Suspenslon

TYPE PESTICIDE:    Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Corn:














0.05
(grain)
0.05
(fresh
including
sweet :
kernels
plus cob
with husk
removed . )
0.05
(fodder
and
forage)
Ibs. actual/A.
4.0


2.0











Preplant or preemergence application.
Do not use on peat or muck soils.
-or-
Postemergence application. Apply when
weeds are less than 1.5 inches tall and
before crop reaches 5-leaf stage. Do not
use on muck or peat soils.







 *Cyanazine
 Proprietary name:
 Issued: 6-30-75
"Bladex"
                  I-C-19
                                                    Replaces page issued  12-20-

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               2-CHLORO-N-(2-ETHYL-6-METHYLPHENYL)-
              N-(2HHETHOXY-1-METHYLETHYL) ACETAMIDE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:     A selective preemergence herbicide.  Extremely
                         dry weather following application may reduce its
                         effectiveness.  May be tank mixed with atrazine.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  Under high moisture conditions on coarse
                        textured soil, while corn is germinating and
                        becoming established, some temporary injury
                        or stunting may occur.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   lambsquarters (a)     pigweed          smartweed (a)

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:

   barnyardgrass         foxtail millet       witchgrass
   crabgrass             giant foxtail        yellow foxtail
   fall panicum          green foxtail        yellow nutsedge

NOTE: (a)  These weeds are only partially controlled.
*Proprietary name:  "Dual"

Issued:  3-30-77              I-C-19-1.1

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               2-CHLORO-N-(2-ETHYL-6HMETHYLPHENYL)-
              N-(2-METHOXY-l-METHYLETHYL) ACETAMIDE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CORN (field)
   2.0 (coarse)
   2.5 (medium)
   2.5-3.0 (fine)
(in at least 15 gal.
  water)
   1.25-2.0
   -PLUS-
   1.0-2.0 atrazine
(in at least 15 gal.
 water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm (grain)
Corn forage and fodder should not be grazed
or fed to livestock or used for silage.
Do not plant rotational crops other than corn
within 18 months after application.

Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Do not
use in Wisconsin.  Apply at or after
planting, but before weeds and corn emerge.
Use only on corn grown for grain.  Dosage is
determined by soil texture.  Apply maximum
dosage rate only on fine textured soil containing
at least 3% organic matter.  Reduce dosage in
proportion to band area actually treated.  If
one-half inch of rainfall does not occur within
7 days after application, incorporate the herbicide
into the top 1 inch of soil.  Cultivate if weeds
appear.  If a treated crop is lost, corn may be
replanted immediately.  Do not make a second
broadcast application.  If the original application
was banded and the second crop is planted in the
untreated row middles, a second banded treatment
may be applied.

Tank mix.  Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Do
not use in Wisconsin.  Apply as above.  Exact
dosage determined by soil texture and percentage
of organic matter.
Issued:   3-30-77
     I-C-19-1.2

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                          2-CHLORO-N-ISOPROFYLACETANILIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP; G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppn)

Corn:
(field)



Corn:
( sweet )






Cotton


Peas
(green
processing)


Sorghum



Soybeans
(seed crop)


0.1
(grain)
1-5
(forage)

0.1
(kernels
plus cobs
with
husks
removed )
1.5
(forage)
0.1
(cotton-
seed)
0.2
[peas with
pods)
1.5
( forage )
0.25
(grain)
3.0
( forage )
NF


Ibs . actual/A .
6

6


6

6





5-25


^.9
(spray)



5.25



5.25



Preeraergence .

Postemergence . Apply just after crop
emerges and before weeds reach 2- leaf
stage .
Preemergence .

Postemergence . Apply Just after crop
emerges and before weeds reach 2- leaf
stage .



Preemergence.


Preemergence .




Preemergence . Do not graze or feed
sorghum (.rnilo) forage or silage from
treated fields to dairy animals .

Precner^ence , Do not grazt. or feed
forage from treated areas . Do not uric
soybeans for food, feed or oil purposes.
*Propachlor
Proprietary name:  "Ramrod"
 Issued:  5-12-71
                                          I-C-20

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                           2-CHLORQALLYL DIETHYLDITHIOCAKBAMATE*
 PRINCIPAL FORMUIAEIONS:  EC;  G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
        USE
       TOLERANCE
         (ppm)
   DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
   Beans:
     Lima
     Snap

   Broccoli
   Brussels
     Sprouts
   Cabbage
          0.2
        (beans &
         vines)

          0.2
          0.2
          0.2
Ibs.  actual/A.

       6
                                    8
                               ( granular )

                                    6


                                    8
                               ( granular )
       8
  (granular)

       6


       8
  ( granular )

       6


       8
  (granular)

       6


       8
  (granular)
Preemergence.
                  Preemergence.   Apply to direct seeded
                  crop.

                  Use limited to California.  Apply
                  immediately after planting.

                  Posttransplant.  Apply immediately after
                  setting.

                  Use limited to California.  Apply
                  immediately after setting.
Preemergence.  Apply to direct seeded
crop.

Use limited to California.  Apply
immediately after planting.

Posttransplant.  Apply immediately after
setting.

Use limited to California.  Apply
immediately after setting.

Preemergence.  Apply to direct seeded
crop.

Use limited to California.  Apply
immediately after planting.

Posttransplant.  Apply immediately after
setting.

Use limited to California.  Apply
immediately after setting.
   *CDEC

   Issued:
8-31-68
            I-C-21.1

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                        2-CHLOROALLYL DIETHYLDITHIOCAKBAMATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cantaloupe
Cauliflower



Celery
Chicory
Collards
Corn :
Field
Sweet
Cue umbers
End ive
Escarole
Hanover salad
Kale
Lettuce


0.2
0.2



0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
(grain,
kernels
plus cobฃ
with
husks
removed ,
fodder &
forage )
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

Ibs . actual/A .
k
6
8
(granular)
6
8
(granular)
6
If
If
6
if
if
k
if
if
4
5
( granular )
	

Preemergence .
Preemergence . Apply to direct seeded
crop.
Use limited to California. Apply
immediately after planting.
Posttransplant . Apply immediately after
setting.
Use limited to California. Apply
immediately after setting.
Posttransplant. Apply after setting.
Repeat within 3 weeks after setting.
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence. Furrow irrigation.
Issued:  8-31-68
I-C-21.2

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                        2-CHLOROALLYL DIETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE
     USE
TOLERANCE     DOSAGE
  (ppm)
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Mustard greens

Okra


Potatoes


Soybeans




Spinach
Tomatoes
Turnips
Watermelon
   0.2

   0.2


   0.2
   0.2
 (beans,
 forage
 and hay)

   0.2
   0.2
   0.2
 (turnips
   and
  greens)

   0.2
                           Ibs . actual /A .
3


6




k

k




6


6


k
Preemergence.

Preemergence.  Do not use on Florida
sands.

Use restricted to New York.
Preemergence.  Used with CDAA.

Preemergence.
Preemergence.

Postemergence,  Apply within 30 days
after emergence.   Repeat 30 days later.
Do not apply within 30 days before
harvest.  Do not use on muck soils.

Preemergence.  Apply to direct seeded
crop.  Do not use on Florida sands.

Posttransplant.  Apply immediately after
setting.

Preemergence.
                                            Preemergence.
Issued:  8-31-68
                  I-C-21.3

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                           2-(m-CHLOROPHENOXY) PROPIONIC ACID
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LDHTAnCHS
(ppm;


Peaches



0.1 (acid
equiv. )

grans acid
equiv. /A.
566 gm./A.
in 300 ppn:
spray


Chemical thinning . Apply when seed ic
soft (1/4-3/S inches long) .

    Issued:
I-C-24

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                            2- (iii-CHLOROFHENOXY) - PROPIOWAMIDE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LDffTATiaHS
(ppm)


Peach




0.1 (rcid
equiv.)


grams acid
equiv. /A.
566 gus ./A.
(300 ppu)




Chemical thinning. Apply when seed
length is 5-10 mm or i/h-3/Q inches
long. Do not apply to trees of lov
vigor .
   Issued:   6-31-68
I-C-25

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PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: DiethanclsMinc salt L: sociur: salt: Pr: SP; Tablet




 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Plant aeu<,latci
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMLTKKORS
(VPฎ)
Mung beans


Toiuat oe s




2
(bean
sprouts )

Extended




;, !Vi. acci.al/
IjCOO lb . seed
(i.-: PPL-,
in vster)
SO pp;; ac'io
equivalent



Inhibit roct ^rovth. Soak beans in
solutiorj i'Gx" p-l> hours. Follov vith
freGh -/ater rinse.

BlOLr.i set. Applu as a f'Jne csprat/ to
floi./er clrcterc when they open. Jo
not epriy .".ore than five tidies per
sea:: on. Do not appl., "ioi e than GIT---:
to in'livioual ''jlusters: .
  Issued:  10-1^-69
I-C-26

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                                     CHLOROPICRIN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Tech

 TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
   Any c:rop:
      (including
      greenhouse,
      nursery, and
      outside
      beds)
               1P21
          Ibs. actual/A.
               Preplanting soil fumigation only.
               Aerate for 7-lh days prior to
               planting.
   *tr ichloron itromethane

    Issued:  8-31-68
                        I-C-29

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                            CHLOROXURON*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide              PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Most effective after the weed cotyledons have opened,
                      but before broadleaf weeds reach two inches high
                      and grass weeds reach one-half inch high.  May
                      cause some temporary yellowing, burning, or small
                      necrotic spots on strawberry, soybean, carrot and
                      onion leaves.  This condition usually lasts for
                      only a short time and the plants resume their normal
                      growth.  Do not apply to crops under stress.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:   (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:   (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits the Hill reaction in photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  (a)

  black nightshade     lambsquarters         shepherdspurse
  carpetweed           morningglory          sicklepod
  chickweed            pigweed               smartweed
  cocklebur            puncturevine          spurry
  Florida pusley       purslane              velvetleaf
  groundsel            ragweed               wild mustard
  jimsonweed

GRASSES CONTROLLED:  (a)

  annual bluegrass     Brachiaria            goosegrass
  barnyardgrass        crabgrass             lovegrass

(a)  Will not control most established perennial weeds.
* 3-[p-(p-chlorophenoxy) phenyl]-l,l-dimethylurea

Issued:  3-30-77             I-C-30.1

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                              CHLOROXURCN
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   CARROTS
                       Tolerance,  Use and Limitations
   3-4
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
                       0.1 ppm
                       60 day preharvest interval.

                       Preemergence.   Broadcast.   Irrigate within 2  days
                       if sufficient  rain has not fallen to thoroughly
                       wet the soil.   Do not use  on high organic soils
                       (muck, peat).   Do not use  in Texas, Arizona,  Colorado,
                       Washington, or Idaho.

   3-4                  Postemergence.  Broadcast.   Apply over  the tops of
(in 25-40  gal.  water)   carrots after  true leaves  form.   Do not use in
                       Texas, Arizona, Colorado,  Washington, or Idaho.
   CELERY
 (direct seeded)
 (in at least 40
 gal. water)
   CELFRY
 (Transplants)
(in at least 40
 gal. water)
                       0.1  ppm
                       50 day preharvest  interval.

                       Postemergence.   Broadcast.  Use limited  to  California.
                       Apply after  the crop  reaches  the 2  true  leaf  stage.
                       Do not apply petroleum solvents to  the crop within 2
                       weeks before or 3  weeks after a chloroxuron application.

                       0.1  ppm
                       50 day preharvest  period.

                       Postemergence.   Broadcast.  Use limited  to
                       California and  Florida.  Apply over the  top of
                       growing celery  2-6 weeks after transplanting.
                       Do not apply petroleum solvents to  the crop
                       within 2 weeks  before or 3 weeks after a
                       chloroxuron  application.
Issued:   3.30-77
                             I-C-30.2

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                              CHLOROXURON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   ONIONS  (dry
     bulb only)

     3-4
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm
30 day preharvest interval.

Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply after the onions have
reached the 2-3 true leaf stage.  Do not use on
light sandy soils with less than 1% organic matter.
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
  SOYBEANS
    1.0-1.5
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
Postemergence, Broadcast.  Use limited to Arizona,
California, Colorado, Idaho, Nevada, New Mexico,
Oregon, Texas, Utah and Washington.  Apply to mineral
soils only.  Apply after the crop has reached the 2
true leaf stage.  Do not use on light sandy soils
with less than 1% organic matter.

0.15 ppm (soybeans and forage)
120 day preharvest interval.
90 day preharvest interval for North Dakota, South
Dakota, Wyoming, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Iowa,
Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio and
Kentucky where a single application (at 1.0-1.5 Ibs.
act./A.) is made with a surfactant.
Do not make more than two applications to the same
crop or field in any one year.
Do not graze treated fields.

Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply over the tops of
soybeans or as a semidirected spray from the time
trifoliate leaves form and roost broadleaf weeds
are 2 in. high or less.  Use the higher rate
where velvetleaf, cocklebur or morningglory are
present.  Velvetleaf should be less than 1 in. tall.
Grasses should be no more than one-half in. tall.  A
second application may be made 7-10 days after the
first as a semidirected or directed spray.  Mix with
5 gal. water for aerial applications.   Use the 1.0-
1.5 Ibs. act./A.  dosage range with a compatible
surfactant.  If a surfactant is not used, increase
the dosage to 3 Ibs.  act./A.
Issued:   3-30-77
       I-C-30.3

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                              CHLOROXURON
Crops and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  STRAWBERRIES         0.1 ppm
                       60 day preharvest Interval.

       4               Postemergence.  Apply only to established
(in 25-40 gal. water)  plantings.  May be applied to new transplants,
                       nursery stock or plants grown for propagation
                       only after they have become established.  Broad-
                       cast anytime, but preferably after renovation of
                       the beds in the fall.  Repeat the application
                       in the spring.  If good moisture conditions are
                       not prevalent after an application preemergent
                       to the weeds, irrigate as soon as possible after
                       treatment.  Do not make more than 2 applications
                       to the same crop or field in any one year.
Issued:  3-30-77                I-C-30,4

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                        COPPER (FROM BASIC COPPER CARBONATE)*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   SP




TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Canals
Lakes
Ponds
Waterways
(non-flowing)

Exemp t




Ib . actual
14. O/
150-250 gal.
water/A.



Apply as a surface spray during the
growing season. Do not disturb treated
areas for 48 hours.


 *Malachite




Issued:    11-15-72
I-C- 35

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                           COPPER SULFATE (Pentahydrate)
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: m>  SP; C




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide;  Algaecide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Rice

Water:
Impounded
Lakes
Ponds



Reservoirs


Irrigation
conveyance
systems










Exempt

Exempt
(in eggs
fish,
meat,
milk)
1.0 (in
water)
1.0 (in
potable
water)
Exempt
(in eggs,
fish,
meat ,
milk)
1.0 (in
potable
water)




Ibs. actual/A.
15.0
(11 ppm)

2.3 ppm
2.3 ppm
2.3 ppm



4 . 0 ppm
(with chelate)

0.1-0.2 Ibs. per
cu. ft. per sec.
ser day
(0.019-0.037 ppm)




1.6-2.4 Ibs. per
cu. ft. per sec.
per day
(0.11-0.44 ppm)

Algae control. Postflood. Apply
uniformly over water surface.

Algae control. Apply over water surface.





Algae control. Apply on water surface
as needed.

Algae control: Begin continuous addition
of granular crystals after water is turned
into system and continue throughout
irrigation season.




Pondweed control: use same continuous
feeder as above during irrigation season.


Issued:   12-20-74
                                       I-C-40

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                           CYCLOHEXIMIDE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator         PRINCIPLE FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION: Stimulates fruit abscission; may also cause some
                     leaf drop.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  4-7 days; loosening is temporary and
                            fruit will re-tighten if pull force is
                            not below 6 Ibs. within 9 days of
                            application.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET CROP:  Some pitting, pebbling or scarring of
                               rind normally occurs but does not affect
                               fruit quality.  Increased leaf drop may
                               occur.  Damages young shoots and flower
                               buds during the flush of growth.

MODE OF ACTION:  Stimulates ethylene production in fruit, which promotes
                 abscission.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  (Not applicable)

GRASSES CONTROLLED:  (Not applicable)
*3-[2-(3,5-dimethyl-2-oxocyclohexyl)-2-hydroxyethyl]gj.utarimide

Issued:  12-20-74               I-C-45.1

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                           CYCLOHEXIMIDE

Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  (Ibs. act/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ORANGES                 0.1 ppm.
(For processing)        Use limited to Florida.  Preharvest.  Do not
                        use after new shoots appear.  Do not use on
                        re-greened fruit.  Do not use more than 0.16
                        Ibs. actual per acre.  Do not graze cattle in
                        treated area.  Do not apply in direct
                        combination with pesticides or nutrient sprays.
                        Do not use in groves treated with 2,4-D or other
                        chlorophenoxy chemicals.

  0.08-0.16 Ibs.        Apply in fall and winter anytime after fruit
  act./A                are legally mature.  This includes early, mid-
  (1 to 2 qts. of       season and Valencia varieties.  Thorough spray
  4.22% soln./A.)       coverage is essential for maximum effect.

  1 qt. of 4.22%        For treatment of Valencia variety prior to
  soln. per 500         spring flush of growth if fruit is mature.  Do
  gal. water            not spray after bloom until immature fruit is
                        1 in. in diameter.
Issued:  12-20-74                  I-C-45.2

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                3-CYCLOHEXYL-6- (DIMETHYL AMINO) -1-METHYL-
                  1,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4(1H,3H)-DIONE*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  SP
GENERAL INFORMATION:  A general non-cropland  herbicide for the post-
                      emergent control  of many annual,  biennial and
                      perennial weeds and woody vines.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:   (Not  located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:   (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  bindweed  (b)
  blackberry  (a)
  bouncingbet  (b)
  burdock (b)
  camphorweed  (a)
  Canada thistle  (a)
  chickweed (a)
  clover (a)
  cocklebur (b)
  crownvetch  (b)
  curly dock  (b)
  dandelion (b)
  dewberry  (a)
  dogbane (b)
dogfennel  (a)
fiddleneck  (b)
filaree  (b)
fleabane (b)
goatsbeard vine
goldenrod  (b)
heath aster  (a)
honeysuckle  (a)
kochia (b)
lantana  (a)
lespedeza  (b)
marestail  (a)
milkweed (b)
mustard  (b)
(b)
oxalis  (b)
pigweed  (b)
plantain  (a)
prickly lettuce  (a)
purslane  (b)
ragweed  (a)
smartweed  (b)
spanishneedles (a)
spurge  (b)
starthistle  (b)
trumpetcreeper (b)
wild carrot  (a)
wild parsnip  (b)
GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:   (c)
  bahiagrass (a)
  barnyardgrass  (b)
  bermudagrass  (a)
  bluegrass (a)
  brome (b)
  broomsedge (a)
  buffelgrass  (b)
crabgrass (b)
fescue (a)
fingergrass  (a)
foxtail (a)
guineagrass  (a)
natalgrass (a)
nutsedge (b)
     orchardgrass (b)
     paragrass (b)
     quackgrass (b)
     ryegrass  (b)
     smutgrass (a)
     vaseygrass (a)
     wild  oat  (b)
NOTE:  (a)  Apply 5.4-10.8 Ibs. act./A. for season-long  control.
       (b)  Apply 1.8-4.5 Ibs. act./A. for contact kill  and
            short term control (up to 3 months).
       (c) oes not control johnsongrass.
*Proprietary name:  "Velpar"
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-C-45-1.1

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                3-CYCLOHEXYL-6-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-l-METHYL-
                  1,3,5-TRTAZINE-2,4(1H,3H)-DIONE
Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

Railroad, Highways,
Utility, Pipeline

1.8-4.5
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
5.4-10.8
N.F.
Short term control (up to 3 months).  Apply as
a foliar spray to actively growing weeds to
thoroughly cover the vegetation.  Use the
higher levels of the dosage range on hard-to-kill
species, on fine textured soil (clay, clay loam),
on soil containing more than 5% organic matter
or carbon, and on coarse textured soils (sand,
loamy sand, gravelly soils) where rainfall exceeds
40 inches per year.  Use the lower levels of the
dosage range if the growing season is short.  Do
not use on or near desirable trees or other plants,
or on areas where their roots may extend.

Full-season control.  Apply as a foliar spray to
actively growing weeds to thoroughly cover the
vegetation.  Use the higher levels of the dosage
range on hard-to-kill species, on fine textured
soil (clay, clay loam), on soil containing more
than 5% organic matter or carbon, and on coarse
textured soils (sand, loamy sand, gravelly soils)
where rainfall exceeds 40 inches per year.  Use
the lower levels of the dosage range if the growing
season is short.  Do not use on or near desirable
trees or other plants, or on areas where their
roots may extend.
 Issued:   3-30-77
      I-C-45-1.2

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                3-CYCLOHEXYL-6-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-1-METHYL-
                  1,3,5-TRIAZINE-2,4(1H,3H)-DIONE
Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

Tank farms,
Storage areas,
Plant sites, etc.

1.8-10.8
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
N.F.
Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY  (same information)
AQUATIC AREAS

Drainage ditch banks    N.F.

1.8-10.8                Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY  (same information)
Issued:  3-30-77
I-C-45-1.3

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                           CYPRAZINE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION: Selective, postemergence use.  Best results are
                     obtained by treating rapidly growing weeds.
                     Temporary corn leaf burn or stunting may occur if
                     corn is treated when wet or under cold or nutrient
                     stress.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Chlorosis; necrosis

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibition of photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  (during seedling stage only).
  annual morningglory   jimsonweed               ragweed
  black nightshade      Kochia                   smartweed
  buffalobur            lambsquarters            sunflower
  burdock               pigweed                  tall waterhemp
  carpetweed            prickly lettuce          velvetleaf
  cocklebur             prickly sida             wild buckwheat
  flower-of-an-hour     puncturevine             wild mustard
  (Venice mallow)

GRASSES CONTROLLED:  (during seedling stage only).
  barnyardgrass         giant foxtail            wild oats
  bristly foxtail       green foxtail            witchgrass
  crabgrass             shattercane              yellow foxtail
  downy brome
*2-chloro-4-(cyclopropylamino)-6-(isopropylamino)-s-triazine
Proprietary name:  "Outfox"

Issued:  6-30-75              I-C-46.1        Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                             CYPRAZINE
Crops and Dosage
 lias. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

Corn
  field, sweet,
  pop, Silage
  0.75  (EC)
  (Use  10-30
  gals. spray/A.)
1.0  (EC)
(Use 10-30
gals, spray/A.)
Tolerance, Use and Limitaionss
0.1 ppm.  (grain, fodder, forage, fresh corn including
sweet:  kernels plus cob with husk removed).
30 day pre-cutting interval for either feed or silage.
Do not plant treated areas to any crop except corn
until the following year in areas other than Cali-
fornia (see California limitations below).  After
harvest of treated crop, plow and till soil in fall
or spring to avoid injury to spring-seeded crops
other than corn.  Do not plant sugar beets on land
treated the previous year.

Areas other than California.
Postemergence.  Broadcast application before corn is
10 in. tall and weeds are 2 in. tall.  For band
application, reduce rate proportionately.

For California only.
Do not plant treated areas to any crop except corn
for at least 18 mo. after treatment.
Postemergence.  Broadcast application before corn is
10 in. tall and weeds are 1.5 in. tall.
Treat only rapidly growing weeds and grasses when
top soil moisture is sufficient to sustain rapid
growth for several days.  For band application,
reduce rate proportionately.
Issued: 6-30-75
         I-C-46.2
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                             DALAPON*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: sodium salt;
                                                                 WP; SP; acid
                                                                 wax bar

GENERAL INFORMATION: Very soluble in water; washes from foliage easily;
                     leaches in soil readily
                     Soil persistence:  6-10 weeks.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL: Perennial grasses:  3-6 weeks.
                           Begins growth inhibition immediately.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS: Leaf chlorosis (bleaching)
                               Leaf necrosis.

MODE OF ACTION: Interference with apical shoot and root meristem;
                possible reduction of wax production; alteration
                of enzyme function;  may interfere with pantothenic
                acid metabolism.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  None

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:  Most prennial and annual grasses, including:
  armargo               guineagrass              guackgrass
  Bermudagrass          Johnsongrass             rushes
  bluegrass             maidencane               watergrass
  cattails              orchardgrass             Phragmites
  fescue                pangolagrass             reed canarygrass
  foxtails              paragrass                smutgrass
                                                 Zoysia
*2,2-dichloropropionic acid

Issued:  6-30-75               I-D-1.1         Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                             DALAPON
Crops and Dosage
   (Ibs. act./A)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

APPLES
   3.7  (WP,  SP)


   7.4  (WP,  SP)


 APRICOTS
   5.2  (WP,  SP)

 ASPARAGUS

   14.8 (WP,  SP)
 BANANAS
   11.1  (WP,  SP)


 BEANS
   (beans,  straw)

   11.1  (WP,  SP)


   6.0 (WP,  SP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
3.0 ppm.
Keep spray off foliage and fruit.  30 day pre-
harvest interval.  Do not graze livestock on
treated areas.

Trees 4 yrs. or younger.  Directed spray prior
to heading stage.

Trees older than 4 yrs.  Directed spray prior
to heading stage.

1.0 ppm.
Use limited to Western areas.  Keep spray off
foliage and fruit.  30 day preharvest interval.
No more than 2 applications per season.

Directed spray prior to heading stage.

30 ppm.

Postemergence, directed spray under fern growth.
                  -or-
Preharvest or post-cutting season.

5.0 ppm.
Do not apply more than 22.2 Ibs. acid eq. per
year.  Do not contaminate fruit, foliage or
young plants.

Spray before heading stage.  Spot-repeat in
4-6 weeks, and later as needed.

1.0 ppm.
Preplant, fall  (Sept. or Oct.).  Plow after
10-20 days, or  in spring.  Plant in spring.

Preplant, spring.  Plow after  4 days.   30-40
day preplant interval.
Issued: 12-20-74
          I-D-1.2

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                             DALAPON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
  (seed crop)

  3.7  (WP, SP)



CITRUS
  (grapefruit,
  limes, oranges,
  tangerines)

  3.0  (WP, SP)


  G.74 (WP, SP)


COFFEE



  7.4  (WP, SP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
NF
Use limited to Vermont and New York.

Apply in fall or early spring when clover and
grasses are 4-6 in. tall.  Do not graze or
feed forage, hay or seed chaff.

5.0 ppm.
Use no more than 3 applications per season.
Broadcast, directed spray to grove floor before
heading stage.

Spot treatment.  Direct spray to grove floor
before heading stage.

2.0 ppm.
Do not apply more than twice per year.
8 month preharvest interval.

Directed spray.  Repeat in 4-6 weeks.
Issued:  6-30-75
        I-D-1.3
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                             DALAPON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
CORN (field)



  11.1 (WP, SP)


  6.0 (WP, SP)



  0.3 (WP, SP)




  1.5 (WP, SP)



CORN (sweet)


  1.5 (WP, SP)
10.0 ppm.  (grain and dried ear corn, kernels and
cob.)
5.0 ppm.  (fodder and forage)

Preplant, fall (Sept. and Oct.).  Plow after
10-20 days, or in spring.  Plant in spring.

Preplant, spring when Johnsongrass is 8-12 in.
tall.  Plow after 3 days.  Disc soil and plant
corn 5 days later.

Early postemergence.  Overall spray in tank
mixture with 1.6 Ibs. act. atrazine when seed
are less than one and one half in. tall and
corn is in spike to 4-leaf stage.

Postemergence.  Directed spray when corn is 8-20
in. tall.  Use leaf lifters to keep spray off
leaves.  Do not use on corn grown for seed.

5.0 ppm.  (fresh kernels and cobs with husk removed;
fodder and forage).

Postemergence.  See under field corn.
COTTON
  3.7-5.2
  3.7
  0.74
  (in 10 gal.
  water)
35 ppm. (cottonseed)

Preplant.   Apply in spring when Johnson-
grass is 8-12 in. tall.  Plow after 3 days.
soil and plant immediately.
                                                                     Disk
Postemergence.  Directed spray under the cotton at
lay-by.

Spot treatment.  Directed spray.  May require 3
applications per season.  Keep spray off cotton
plants.
Issued: 6-30-75
      I-D-1.3.1

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CRANBERRIES


  1.5  (WP, SP)
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               DALAPON

          Tolerance, Use and Limitations
          5.0 ppm.
          60 day preharvest interval.

          Swab treatment.  Apply to grass above bushes.
  2 lbs./5 gal. water   Use no more than 2 applications per season.
  14.8 (WP, SP)
  (in 200-300
  gal. water)

  7.4 (WP, SP)
  (in 300 gal. water)
          Ditch and shore treatment.  Use 2 applications
          between early June and July 31.  Keep spray off
          crop.

          Postharvest.  Apply in fall (Oct. and early Nov.),
FALLOW LAND;
  (or stubble) to
  be planted to
  beans, corn, cotton,
  sorghum, soybeans, or
  sugar beets

  5.2 (WP, SP)
          Tolerances:  refer to specified crops.
FLAX
  0.74
  (in 5-10 gal.
  water)
          Apply in fall.  Repeat in 10-21 days.  Do not
          exceed 3 applications per season.  Plant crops
          in late fall or following spring.

          75 ppm. (flax seed)

          Postemergence.  Apply when crop is 1-6 inches
          tall.
GRAPES
  7.4 (WP, SP)
          3.0 ppm.
          Use limited to California and Arizona.  30 day
          preharvest interval.  Do not graze livestock on
          treated areas.  Keep spray off crop foliage and
          fruit.
          Directed spray on vine row when grasses are
          actively growing.
Issued:  6-30-75
                 I-D-1.4
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                             DALAPON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

MACADAMIA NUTS



  9.0  (WP, SP)


PASTURES
  3-4.4 (WP)
PEACHES
  5.2 (WP, SP)


  2.6 (WP, SP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
1.0 ppm.
Do not apply directly to nuts.  Do not apply
more than 18 Ibs.act./A. per year.

Preharvest.  Apply to ground cover during
harvest only after gleaning nuts from ground.

Use limited to Florida only.
10.0 ppm. (pasture grass and range grass)
  Pastures unmoved after treatment-
  Do not graze meat animals on treated
  pasture until 8 weeks after treatment and
  withhold from grazing 1 week before
  slaughter.  No withholding is necessary
  14 weeks after treatment.

  Pastures mowed after treatment-
  Do not graze lactating animals or meat
  animals on treated pasture until  4 weeks
  after mowing.  Do not harvest hay from treated
  pasture during the season of application.
For control of smutgrass.
or spot treatment.
     Apply as broadcast
15.0 ppm.
Keep spray off foliage and fruit.  Use no more
than 2 applications per season.  Do not graze
livestock on treated areas.  30 day preharvest
interval.

Use limited to Western areas.  Directed
broadcast spray before heading stage.

Other areas.  Use as above.
Issued:6-30-75
     I-D-1.5
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                             DALAPON
 Crops  and Dosage
   (Ibs. act./A)

 AGRICULTURAL CROPS

 PEARS
   3.7  (WP,  SP)


   7.4  (WP,  SP)


PEAS


   0.74  (WP, SP)


PINEAPPLES


   7.4  (WP,  SP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
3.0 ppm.
Keep spray off crop foliage and fruit.  Do
not graze livestock on treated areas.  30
day preharvest interval.

Trees less than 4 yrs. old.  Directed spray
before heading stage.

Trees 4 yrs. or older.  Directed spray before
heading stage.

15.0 ppm.
Do not feed treated pea vine hay to livestock.

Apply after peas are 2-6 in. tall and have 4-6
nodes.  Apply at least 25 days prior to harvest.

3.0 ppm.
Keep spray off pineapple foliage.

Spot treatment, preharvest 1-6 months.
Issued:  6-30-75
            I-D-1.5.1

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

PLUMS
  (prunes)
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               DALAPON

          Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  5.2 (WP, SP)

POTATOES

  11.1 (WP, SP)


  6.0 (WP, SP)



  7.4 (WP, SP)


  3.7 (WP, SP)



SORGHUM


  6.0 (WP, SP)



SOYBEANS

  6.0 (WP, SP)
          1.0 ppm.
          Use limited to Western areas.
          Keep spray off foliage and fruit.  Do not graze
          livestock on treated areas.  30 day preharvest
          interval.  Use no more than 2 applications per
          season.

          Directed broadcast spray before heading stage.

          10.0 ppm.

          Preplant.  Apply in fall (Sept. or Oct.)  Plow
          10-20 days later, or in spring.  Plant in spring.

          Preplant.  Apply in spring when quack grass is
          4-6 in. tall.  Plow after 4 days.  Plant crop
          immediately.

          Preemergence.  Do not apply to whiterose or
          redskinned varieties.

          Postemergence.  Directed spray at last cultivation.
          Use vine lifters.  Do not apply to whiterose or
          redskinned varieties.

          1.0 ppm.  (grain)
          5.0 ppm.  (forage)

          Preplant in spring when Johnsongrass is 8-12 in.
          tall.  Plow after 3 days and plant 2 1/2 weeks
          later.

          1.0 ppm.  (soybeans and straw)

          Preplant in spring when Johnsongrass is 8-12 in.
          tall.  Plow after 3 days and plant 5 days or more
          later.
Issued:  12-20-74
                      I-D-1.6

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS


  11.1  (WP, SP)


  6.0 (WP, SP)



  5.9 (WP, SP)


  3.7 (WP, SP)



SUGARCANE
  Florida and
  Puerto Rico:

  3.0 (WP, SP)
  7.4/100 gal.
  water (WP, SP)

  Hawaii:

  3.0 (WP, SP)
  7.4/100  gal.
  water  (WP, SP)
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               DALAPON

          Tolerance, Use and Limitations
          5.0 ppm.  (roots and tops)
          Keep spray off crop leaves.

          Preplant in fall (Sept. or Oct.)  Plow 10-20
          days later, or in spring.  Plant in spring.

          Preplant.  Apply in spring when quackgrass is
          4-6 in. tall.  Plow after 4 days.  Plant crop
          immediately.

          Postemergence.  Directed spray from emergence
          until 6-leaf stage.  Keep spray off of crop leaves.

          Postemergence.  Directed spray after 6-leaf
          stage until beets are 14 in. tall.  Keep spray off
          of crop leaves.

          0.1 ppm.
          5 month preharvest interval.
          Postemergence directed spray in spring before
          close-in.  Use no more than 3 applications per
          season.

          Spot treatment in spring before close-in.
          Spray to wet.  Do not use more than 120 gal./A.
          Postplant or postratoon treatment as grass
          growth warrants.  Repeat 2-3 times before
          close-in.  Keep off crop foliage.

          Spot treatment only on infested areas.  Do not
          apply more than 14.9 Ibs. acid equiv. during a
          24-36 month cycle.  Keep off foliage.
Issued:  6-30-75
                 I-D-1.7
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                             DALAPON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE (Cont'd.)

  Louisiana:

  plant cane

  1.9  (WP, SP)
  0.74 (WP, SP)

  stubble cane

  4.0  (WP, SP)
  1.7  (WP, SP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Postemergence in spring (prior to May 20).
Repeat 2-3 weeks after first application.
Ground application.
Air application.  Do not exceed 5 gal. water/A.

Postemergence in spring (prior to May 20).
Repeat 2-3 weeks after first application.
Ground application.
Air application.
Issued:  6-30-75
          I-D-1.8
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                            DALAPON

Sites and Dosages       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
ORNAMENTALS

  Dichondra lawns

  2 oz./gal.
  water

RIGHTS OF WAY

  railroad ballast
  11-22 Ibs. act./A.
  (WP, SP)

  7.4 Ibs. act./lOO
  gal. water

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  industrial sites
  11-22 Ibs. act./A.
  (WP, SP)

  7.4 Ibs. act/100
  gal. water
NF
Spot treatment.  See label for use on Bichondra
lawns and in lawn renovation.
NF
Apply when grass is actively growing, before
heading stage.  Fall treatment is effective
during catkin development.  Do not exceed 300
gal./A.  Wet all foliage.  Add 1-2 qts.
surfactant per 100 gal. spray for optimal
foliage wetting.

Spray boom.
Hand gun and spot treatment.
NF
Apply when grass is actively growing, before
heading stage.  Fall treatment is effective
during catkin development.  Do not exceed 300
gal./A.  Wet all foliage.  Add 1-2 qts.
surfactant per 100 gal. spray for optimal
foliage wetting.

Spray boom.
Hand gun and spot treatment.
Issued:   6-30-75
                                     I-D-1.9
                                              Replaces  page  issued  12-20-74

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                             DALAPON

Sites and Dosages       Tolerance, Use and Limitations

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS, RECREATIONAL
FACILITIES
  buildings
  driveways
  fence rows
  patios
  tennis courts
  tree bases
  walks

  6 Oz./lOO sq. ft.

  2 oz./gal. water

  dosage N.A.
For edging and spot treatment.  Spray
application.  Do not use around small
shrubs, newly planted trees or trees
less than 4 yrs. old.
General grass control.  Use sprayer or
proportioner.
Spot treatment.

Wax bar applicator.  Rub bar over unwanted,
actively growing grass.  Two treatments may
be required for seasonal control.
FOREST, NONAGRICULTURAL,
WASTELANDS

  conifer forest        NF
  planting sites        Preplant.

  11-22 Ibs. act./A.
  (WP, SP)
           14 day preplant interval.
  3-4 Ibs. act./A.
  (WP,  SP)
Perennial grasses.  Add 1-4 pints surfactant
to spray for optimal wetting.  Treat before
heading stage.

Annual grasses.  Add 1/2 to 1 pint surfactant
to spray.  Treat no later than tillering stage.
Issued:  12-20-74
              I-D-1.10

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                              DA1.APON

 Sites and Dosages        Tolerance,  Use  and  Limitations

 AQUATIC AREAS

  Adjacent  to Water
  berm areas             NF
  drainage  ditches       Apply when  grass  is actively growing,  before
                         heading  stage.  Fall treatment  is  effective
                         during catkin development.  Do  not exceed
                         gal./A.  Wet all  foliage.   Add  1-2 qts.
                         surfactant  per  100  gal.  spray for  optimal
                         foliage  wetting.

  11-22 Ibs. act./A.     Spray boom.
  (WP, SP)

  7.4 Ibs.  act/100       Hand  gun and spot treatment.
  gal. water
Issued: 12-20-74                 I-D-1.11

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                                  DAMINOZIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   SP; WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Apples







Cherries
(sour)
Cherries
(sweet)
Grapes
(Concord)

Nectarines





Peaches


Peanuts









30







55

30

10


30





30


30
(peanuts)
20
(peanut
hay)
10
(hulls)


Ib. actual/A.
6.8







13.6

6.8

2.12


10.2





6.8


0.85



0.43





Promotes flower bud initiation, aids in
fruit drop control . Make single
application 10-80 days after full bloom.
Use only on varieties that ripen fruit
100 days or more after full bloom. Do
not graze animals on cover crops in apple
orchards. Do not feed apple pomace from
treated apples to livestock.
Hasten ripening. Apply onee 2 weeks after
full bloom.
Hasten ripening. Apply once 2 weeks after
full bloom.
Increase fruit set , and reduce rate of
vine growth. Make single application
from first to full bloom.
Hasten ripening and concentrate maturity.
Apply once on mature bearing trees
between style abscission (3 weeks post
bloom) and pit hardening. Do not use on
low vigor trees. Do not use on variety
"Cherokee".
Hasten ripening and concentrate maturity.
Apply once between style abscission (3
weeks postbloom) and pit hardening.
Postemergence. Apply at pegging.

and

Postemergence, Late season application to
maintain vine suppression. Do not apply
within 30 days before harvest. Do not
feed livestock on peanut hay prior to crop
maturity.
   *butanedioic  acid mono  (2,2-dimethyl  hydrazide)
   *succinic  acid  2,2-dimethylhydrazide
   Issued:  6-30-75
                                      I-D-3
                                                     Replaces page  issued  6-15-72

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                              DAMINOZIDE*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator         PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  SP, S

GENERAL INFORMATION:   Application must be followed by a 12 hr. rain free
                       period.  Do not graze livestock on cover crops
                       grown among treated orchards.  Do not spray on
                       any low vigor trees under stress conditions.  When
                       mixed with water, use the spray mixture on the same
                       day.  Make only one application per year.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
*succinic acid 2,2-dimethylhydrazide
*butanedioic acid mono (2,2-dimethylhydrazide)

Issued:  3-30-77            I-D-3.1

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   APPLES
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DAMINOZIDE

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
        2.55-5.1
   (in 400 gal. water)

       3.4-5.1
   (in 400 gal. water)
     30 ppm
     Do not feed apple pomace from treated apples
     to livestock.  Do not graze treated areas.

     To delay maturity and extend harvest period; to
     possibly increase red color on red varieties; to
     aid in fruit drop control; to increase fruit
     firmness; to reduce scald on some varieties; and
     to delay the occurence of water core.  Apply
     21 days after petal fall to 60 days before normal
     harvest (Northwest U.S. apply 14 to 80 days after
     full bloom).  Fruit size reduction will be minimized
     with this timing, as well as vegetative growth
     control and increased return bloom.  Use only on
     apples that have a bloom to harvest day count
     of over 100 days.  Thinning should be utilized prior
     to any application where heavy or excessive fruit set
     is to be observed.  Do not apply if excessive fruit
     set is accompanied by size reduction, short, thickened
     stems, shallow cavities, and misshaped fruit.  Do
     not apply to low vigor trees.

         For moderate vigor trees.
         For good, high and very high vigor trees.
         In areas with short growing seasons, treat
         good to very high vigor trees as moderate.
         Do not use more than 3.4 Ibs. act./A. in
         Northwestern U.S.
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-D-3.2

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   APPLES  (cont'd.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DAMINOZIDE

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
       3.4-5.1
   (in 400 gal. water)
       6.8
   (in 400 gal. water)
       5.1-6.8
   (in 400 gal. water)

       6.8
   (in 400 gal. water)
     To delay maturity and extend harvest period; to
     possibly increase red color on red varieties; to aid
     in fruit drop control; to increase fruit firmness; to
     reduce scald on some varieties; to delay the occurence
     of water core; to control fruit size; to reduce
     vegetative growth (including nonbearing trees); and
     promote flower bud initiation (including nonbearing
     trees) to increase return bloom.  Apply 10-21 days
     after petal fall (10-14 days after full bloom in
     Northwestern U.S.).  Fruit size reduction will be
     maximized with this timing as well as vegetative
     growth control and increased return bloom.  Where
     maximum vegetative growth control is desired, apply
     when terminal growth is approximately 2-3 inches long.
     Use only on apples that have a bloom to harvest day
     count of over 100 days.  Do not apply if excessive
     fruit set is accompanied by size reduction, short,
     thickened stems, shallow cavities, and misshaped
     fruit.  Do not apply to low vigor trees.

         For moderate, good and high vigor trees.  In
         areas with short growing seasons, treat good
         to high vigor trees as moderate.

         For very high vigor trees.  In areas with
         short growing seasons, treat very high vigor
         trees as moderate.

         For young, nonbearing trees.
         For Golden Delicious apples grown in Northwestern
         U.S.  Apply 10-14 days after full bloom to
         moderate, good, high and very high vigor trees.
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-D-3.3

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                               DAMINOZIDE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   BRUSSEL SPROUTS
       1.7-3.4
   (in 50-100 gal.
      water)
   CANTALOUPES

       1.7
   (in 50 gal. water)
   GRAPES
       1.28-1.7
   (in 200-400 gal.
      water)

       1.7-2.13
   (in 200-400 gal.
      water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
20 ppra
30 day preharvest interval

For the replacement of hand topping, and more uniform
sprout development.  Use limited to Jade Cross
varieties grown in California.  Apply with thorough
spray coverage when the sprouts at the base of the
plant are 0.5-0.75 in. in diameter.  Use the lower
rate on smaller sprouts and the higher rate when the
sprouts are larger (0.75 in.).  Apply only one spray
during each growing season.

3 ppm

To reduce vine growth.  Use limited to Arizona
and California.  Apply when the plants are in the
2-4 true leaf stage.  Thorough coverage is essential.
Make only one application per growing season.

10 ppm

To increase fruit set and yield, and to reduce the
rate of vine growth in Concord, Niagara, Aurora,
Chancellor and De Chaunac varieties only.  Apply
during the period between first bloom and full bloom.
Do not apply to low vigor vines.

    For medium vigor vines where annual pruning
    weight per vine (8x9 foot spacing) is about
    2-3 pounds.

    For high vigor vines where annual pruning
    weight per vine (8x9 foot spacing) is at least
    3 pounds.
Issued:   3.30-77
    I-D-3.4

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                               DAMINOZIDE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   NECTARINES
       3.4-10.2
   (in 400-600 gal.
     water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   PEACHES
30 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.

To hasten ripening and concentrate maturity.  Apply
to mature bearing trees, between style abscission
(3 weeks postbloom) and pit hardening.  Make only one
application during each growing season.  Do not
spray low vigor trees as fruit size reduction may
occur.  Leaf injury may occur, appearing as "shot-
holing" and possible leaf drop.

30 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.
      3.4-6.8          To hasten ripening and concentrate maturity.
   (in 400 gal. water) Refer to NECTRARINES (same information).
   PEARS
       3.4-4.25
   PRUNES
       1.7-3.4
   SOUR CHERRIES
       8.5-13.6
   (in 250-400 gal.
     water)
20 ppm

To control premature ripening and aid in preventing
preharvest fruit drop.  Use limited to Oregon and
Washington states.  Make one application 18-24 days
before normal harvest.  Preharvest fruit drop control
will last about 28-35 days after the application.

50 ppm (fresh prunes)
30 day preharvest interval.

To hasten ripening.  Use limited to French variety
grown in California.  Apply to bearing trees between
75-105 days after full bloom.  Do not spray low
vigor trees; as fruit size reduction may occur.
Make only one application per growing season.

55 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.

To hasten ripening, concentrate maturity and
decrease force required to remove fruit.  Apply
two weeks after full bloom as a dillute spray.
Issued:   3-30-77
I-D-3.5

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SWEET CHERRIES
     3.4-6.8
(in 400 gal. water)
TOMATOES

     4.25
(in 100 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DAMINOZIDE

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
TOMATOES (to be
  transplanted)
     1.06-2.13

     0.53-1.06
(in 25-50 gal. water)
      30 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      To hasten ripening.  Apply to mature, bearing
      trees two weeks after full bloom.  Make only
      one application per growing season.  Do not spray
      low vigor trees as fruit size reduction may occur.

      40 ppm

      To increase fruit size and percent of U.S. No. 1
      fruit.  Use limited to Florida.  Make one foliar
      application when 15-30 fruit per plant are set
      (when flower petals have dropped and the smallest
      fruits are about the size of an English pea),
      but before any red color shows on the fruit.
      Do not pick mature fruit within 7 days of application.

      40 ppm
      To retard stem elongation, delay early fruiting
      and aid in concentrating maturity.  Make one
      foliar application to the point of runoff when
      the plants are in the 1-4 true leaf stage.  Make
      a second application, if desired, 2 weeks after the
      first.  Do not apply after transplanting.  Do not
      use in California.

          For field grown plants.

          For greenhouse grown plants.
Issued:   3-30-77
           I-D-3.6

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                            DAMINOZIDE
Crops and Dosage
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(% concentration active)
ORNAMENTALS
ASTERS
   0.5
AZALEAS
   0.15

   0.25

   0.37
GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES:
Do not use additional wetting agents as
burning of leaves may result.  Water plants
before spraying.  Foliage should be dry at the
time of application.  Poor results might be
obtained if wilted plants are treated.  Do
not syringe for 18-24 hours after application.

N.F.

To prevent excessive stem elongation.  Apply
spray to the point of run-off 2-3 weeks
after transplanting, or when the plants
begin to elongate (stretch).  Refer to GENERAL
LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

Greenhouse plants.  To promote development of
additional buds on plants grown for forcing.
After final shaping, spray when new growth
reaches 1-2 inches with either a single or
split application.  Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS
FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

   Split application with 1 week interval.

   Single application.

Nursery plants.  To produce compact plants
for landscaping.  Spray the foliage to run-off
during the fourth week in July.  The final shaping
of the plants should be done by early July to
permit adequate regrowth prior to spraying.  Refer
to GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-D-3.7

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                            DAMINOZIDE
Crojas and Dosage
(% concentration active)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
ORNAMENTALS
CHRYSANTHEMUMS
   0.25
   0.25
COSMOS
   0.5
GARDENIAS
   0.5
N.F.
To produce compact potted, branched (pinched)
plants.  Spray to run-off 2 weeks after pinching.
If additional retardation Is desired, a second
application may be made three weeks after the
first.  Use a medium schedule calling for shading
and pinching on the same day for "tall" varieties.
This will eliminate the open, relatively leafless
appearance often associated with the use of delayed
pinch schedules.  Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS
FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

To retard neck stretching just below the flower
on potted and cut flowers.  Spray the top
one-third of the foliage to run-off two days
ater disbudding.  Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS
FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

To prevent excessive stem elongation.  Refer
to ASTERS (same information).  Refer to GENERAL
LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

To produce compact plants for spring bloom.  Spray
when plants are about two-thirds of final marketing
size (mid-August to mid-September for Florida, and
the first 2 weeks of December for other areas).
Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL ITSES.
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-D-3.8

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                            DAMINOZIPE

Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(% concentration active)
ORNAMENTALS
HYDRANGEAS
   0.5
   0.75
MARIGOLDS
   0.5
PETUNIAS
   0.5
   0.5
N.F.
To retard spring forcing growth.  Spray when
the new growth has just started to unfold and
4-5 pairs of leaves are visible.  Apply 2-4
weeks after the start of forcing, and no later.
Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

For greenhouse varieties that produce excessive
growth during the summer following pinching.  Spray
to run-off xrfien the regrowth is 1-2 inches in
length (usually in late July, but not after the
first week of August).  Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS
FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

To orevent excessive stem elongation.  Refer
to ASTERS (same information).  Refer to
GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

To prevent excessive stem elongation.  Refer
to ASTETiS (same information).  Refer to
GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.
                    -AND-
To reduce leaf injury caused bv ozone and
sulfur dioxide.  Make a second application one
week after the first (for stem elongation).
This will not protect against leaf damage caused
by PAN.  Growth retardation will be more pronounced
and there will be a delay in flowering from the
second application.  The plants sprayed for
pollution protection will not be any shorter
than those sprayed for compact growth.  Refer to
GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-D-3.9

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                            DAMINOZTDE

Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(% concentration active)
ORNAMENTALS
POINSETTIAS
   0.75
   0.50
   0.75
   0.75
   0.75

   0.75
   0.50
   0.50

   0.50
   0.50

   0.75

SALVIAS

   0.5
ZINNIAS
   0.5
N.F.

To reduce elongation (stretching) in pinched plants.
Make one application when the new growth is 3-4
inches in length.  The second application (if suggested)
should be make 2 weeks after the first.  Refer to
GENERAL LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

   Pinch date August 15.  Two applications.
   Pinch date September 1.  Two applications.
   Pinch date September 15.  One application.

To reduce elongation (stretching) in single stem
plants.  Make first application about 1-2 weeks
after rooting.  Refer to GENERAL LIMITATIONS
FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

   2 Applications:  First on September 1.
                    Second on September 21.
-OR-
   2 Applications:  First on September 15.
                    Second on October 1.

-OR-
   2 Applications:  First on October 1.
                   Second on October 15.
-OR-
   1 Application:   Spray on October 15.

N.F.

To prevent excessive stem elongation.  Refer
to ASTERS (same information).  Refer to GENERAL
LIMITATIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.

N.F.

To prevent excessive stem elongation.  Refer
to ASTERS (same information).  Refer to GENERAL
INFORMATION FOR ORNAMENTAL USES.
Issued:   3-30-77
     I-D-3.10

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                              n-DECANOL*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A sucker control agent for tobacco.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
                                                  EC
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

TOBACCO
8.58-11.44

11.44

15.73-17.87
(in 50 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
N.F.
Top tobacco plants while in late button or early
flower stage, removing suckers exceeding 1 inch
in length.  Straighten any leaning plants.  Spray
within 2 days of topping, directing the spray
downward.  Repeat 5-7 days later if necessary.
Do not apply to wet or wilted plants, when leaves
begin to close in the evening, during extremely
hot, still weather, or while very windy conditions
prevail.

  flue-cured tobacco

  burley, Maryland and cigar tobacco

  dark tobacco
                         Dual treatment with maleic hydrazide.  Apply the
                         n-decanol emulsion during the late button stage.
                         Apply the maleic hydrazide solution 7-14 days
                         later in accordance with the manufacturer's instruc-
                         tions .

                         NOTE:  Also formulated with n-hexanol and n-octanol
                         for sucker control in tobacco.  Refer to these
                         chemicals for specific information.
*l-decanol

Issued.  10-20-75
       I-D-4

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                         DESMEDIPHAM*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Postemergence application.  Rainfall within 6 hours
                      of spraying may reduce effectiveness.  Soil persist-
                      ence:  half-life less than 30 days.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  May temporarily retard growth and/or produce
                        chlorosis or tip-burn on sugarbeets; recovery
                        usually within 10 days.  Severe injury may occur
                        if applied before 2 true-leaf stage of crop.

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits photosynthesis by blocking Hill reaction.
                 Absorbed through foliage.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  (a)
  goosefoot             mustard                  ragweed
  Kochia (b)            nightshade               shepherdspurse
  lambsquarters         pigweed                  wild buckwheat
  London rocket

Note:
  (a)  For best results, spray when weeds are in 2-leaf stage.
  (b)  Spray when in rosette-stage, less than 1 in. in diameter.
       Control may be more complete with 1:1 mix of desmidipham and
       p henmidipham.

GRASSES CONTROLLED:  No label claim.
*ethyl m-hydroxycarbanilate carbanilate
Proprietary name:  "Betanex"

Issued:    6-30-75               I-D-6.1      Replaces  page  issued   12-20-74

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DESMEDIPHAM

       Tolerances, Use and Limitations
  0.75-1.25  (EC)
    (in 20-50 gal.
  water)
       0.2 ppm.  (roots and tops).
       90-day preharvest interval.
       Do not make more than one application per
       growing season.  Do not apply under crop
       stress conditions.  Do not apply when dew
       is present.

       Postemergence, broadcast.  Spray when weeds
       are at the 2-leaf stage and sugar beets are
       at the 2-true leaf stage.  Use higher rate
       only on well-established, un-stressed crop.

       Band application:  reduce rate in proportion
       to area actually treated.
                  -or-
       Tank Mix;  apply postemergence, broadcast or
       band as above.
                 0.366  desmedipham:  0.366 phenmedipham

                           -up to-

                 0.61  desmedipham  : 0.61  phenmedipham
Issued:6-30-75
              I-D-6.2
                                                  Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                           N,N-DIALLYL-2-CHLOROACETAMIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC; G




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBttTAUCBTS
(ppm)

Beans:
Dry
Snap





Cabbage





Castor beans
Celery


Corn:
Field
Pop
Sweet





Lima beans





0.05
|dried
beans )
0.05
'snap
beans,
snap bean
forage )
0.05





0.05
0.05


0.05
! grain,
fodder,
forage ,
fresh
[ kerne Is
plus c ob
•?ith husks
removed) )
0.05
|lima
beans ,
lima bean
forage)
Ib. actual/A.
k







k


6


6
k


5








If





Use restricted to east of Rocky
Mountains. Preemergence .






Use restricted to Wisconsin, Illinois
Indiana and Florida. Preemergence.
-or-
Posttrans plant . Apply as a directed
spray or as granules over top immediately
after setting.
Preemergence .
Use restricted to Florida. Posttransplant
Apply 2-3 days after setting. Repeat
within 3 weeks after setting.
Preemergence .








Use restricted to east of Rocky
Mountains . Preemergence .



  *CDAA; Proprietary name:"Randox"




  Issued:  11-20-70
                                         I-D-12.1

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                          N,N-DIALLYL-2-CHLOROACETAMIDE
     USE
TOLERANCE     DOSAGE
  (ppm)
                         LIMITATIONS
Onions
Peas (canning)
Potatoes
Sorghum
Soybeans
Sugarcane
   0.05
   0.05
(peas,
forage)

   0.05
   0.05
 [grain,
forage)

   0.05
 [soybeans
 forage)

   0.05
                           Ib. actual/A.

                                 6
10
            Preemergence.  Apply to direct seeded
            crop just before onions emerge.
                            -or-
            Posttransplant.  Apply directed or
            overall spray soon after setting.

            Postemergence.  Repeat as directed
            spray or as granular after 3 true
            leaves have developed.  Do not use
            on green onions.  Repeat application
            at iป-week  intervals for granular use
            only.  Do not apply within ^5 days
            before harvest for spray or 30 days
            for granular formulation.

            Preemergence.
            Postemergence.  Apply granules to
            freshly tilled soil immediately after
            last cultivation or hilling.

            Preemergence application immediately
            after planting.  Use in combination
            with CDEC.

            Preemergence.  Do not use on fields
            for seed production.
            Use restricted to east of Rocky
            Mountains.  Preemergence.
Use restricted to Florida.  Preemergence,
Apply immediately after planting.
                -or-
Postemergence.  Apply just after
regrowth has started and before weeds
emerge.  Make only one application per
crop.  Do not apply within 10 months
before harvest.
Issued:  11-20-70
                                     I-D-12.2

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                         K,N-DIALLYL-2-CHLOROACETAMIDE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITAKONS
(ppm)

Sweetpotatoes



Tomatoes








0.05



0.05







lb. actual/A.
k



6



3




Use restricted to Louisiana.
Posttrans plant . Apply overtop spray
immediately after setting and before
weeds emerge.
Use restricted to Indiana and Michigan.
Posttransplant . Apply granules two
days after setting and before weeds
emerge .
Preemergence application to direct
seeded crop immediately after seeding.
Use in combination with three pounds
per acre of CDEC.
Issued:  11-20-70
I-D-12.3

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                                     DICAMBA*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Dimethylamine salt L; G
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LJMEHAKONS
(ppm;


Barley
(fall seeded)


(spring seeded


Corn
(field)








Grasses :
Pasture
Rang eland

















0.5
(grain
and
straw)



0.5
(grain,
fodder
and
forage )





ko
^(grasses
(pasture
and
range-
land ) )
ko
(grass
hay)
0.05
(in milk)







Ibs . acid equiv.
per acre
0.25



0.094


1.0



0.25





8
(spray)


















Postemergence . Apply in spring before
joint stage. Do not graze or harvest
for dairy feed prior to crop maturity.

Posteraergence . Apply at 2-5-leaf stage.
Do not graze or harvest for dairy feed
prior to crop maturity.
Preemergence . Do not graze treated areas .
Do not harvest for dairy animal feed
prior to ensilage stage (milk stage).

Postemergence . Apply overall spray
before crop is 36 inches tall (15 days
before tassels appear). Do not graze
treated areas . Do not harvest for dairy
animal feed prior to ensilage stage
(milk stage) .
Postemergence. Apply when weeds are
actively growing. Do not graze meat
animals in treated fields within 30 days
before slaughter. Do not use seed from
treated grass for food or feed purposes .

Do not graze dairy animals on treated
areas within:
1 days if 1/2 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
21 days if 1 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
kd days if 2 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
60 days if 8 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
Do not harvest dry hay from treated areas
as feed for dairy animals within:
37 days if 1/2 Ib. actual/A, is applied
51 days if 1 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
TO days if 2 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
90 days if 8 Ib. actual/A, is applied.
  *3,6-dichloro-o-anisic  acid;  2-methoxy-3,o-dichlorobenzoic acid
  Issued:  10-15-69                      I-D-15.1

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                                    DICAMBA
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
 Grasses:
  Pasture
  Rangeland
  (continued)
Oats
  (fall  seeded)
  (spring seeded)
Sorghum
((grasses
(pasture
    and
  range-
  land))
   to
 (grass
  hay)
  0.05
[in milk)

   0.5
  (grain
   and
  straw)
   3-0
 (grain,
  fodder
    and
  forage)
Ibs. acid equiv.
   per acre

     10
 (granular)
               0.25
               0.125
     0.25
                               0.25
                            Postemergence.  Do not graze meat animals
                            in treated fields within 30 days of
                            slaughter.  Do not graze, cut for forage
                            or hay for dairy animals for 60 days
                            after treatment.
                  Postemergence.  Apply  in  spring before
                  joint  stage.  Do  not graze  or harvest
                  for  dairy feed  prior to crop maturity.
                            Postemergence.   Apply at 2-5-leaf stage.
                            Do not  graze or harvest  for dairy feed
                            prior to crop maturity.

                            Postemergence.   Apply 10-25 days  after
                            crop emerges and weeds are  2 inches  tall.
                            Do not  graze treated  areas  or feed treated
                            forage  or silage "before  the mature grain
                            stage.

                            Use restricted  to Oklahoma  and Texas.
                            Postemergence.   Apply directed or overtop
                            from soft dough stage of crop until  50
                            days before harvest.   Do not graze
                            treated areas or feed treated forage or
                            silage  before the mature grain stage.
                            Make only one application per crop season.
Issued:  5-21-71
                  I-D-15.2

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                                      DICAKBA
     USE
TOLERANCE     DOSAGE
  (ppm)
                                                           LIMITATIONS
 Wheat
  (fall seeded)
 (spring  seeded)
    O.S
 (grain
  and
  strawj
                            Ib.  acid  cqulv
                              per acre
                                  0.2'
                 0.125
Use restricted to North Central states.
Pieplant spot treatment.  Apply in  fall
'••'hen weeds arc actively growing.  Apply
jJO days prior to planting or as
preemergence.  Do not plant crops grown
for seed other than "oerennial grass seed
until 3 years after application.  Do not
plant broad leaf crops (alfalfa, beans,
peas, potatoes, sugar beets) until 2
years after application.  Barley, oats,
corn, sorghum, annual and perennial
grass -reps may be planted to treated
areas 1 year after application.

Use restricted to Pacific Northwest.
Preplant spot treatment.  Apply in
nidsui'ir.er or fall when weeds ara
actively growing.  Plant wheat JO days
after application.  Do not plant crops
grown for seed other than perennial
grass seed until 3 years after
application.  Do not plant broad leaf
crops (alfalfa, beans, peas, potatoes,
sugar beets) until ? years after
application.  Barley, oats, corn,
sorghun, annual and perennial grass crops
may be planted to treated areas 1 year
after application.

Postemergence.  Apply in spring before
joint stage.  Do not graze or harvest
for dairy feed prior to crop maturity.

Postemergence.  Apply at 2-5-leaf stage.
Do not graze or harvest for dairy feed
prior to crop maturity.
Issued:  5-21-71
                   I-D-15.3

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                                DICHLOBENIL*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: G; WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:     A selective agricultural herbicide which supplies
                         nonselective weed control at higher noncrop site
                         dosages.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located)

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Stems, roots and petioles may swell or
                                collapse.  Brown discoloration is frequently
                                accompanied by the exudation of gummy
                                material from shoots.  Leaves may absciss
                                and exhibit black discoloration over veins
                                and a deepened blue-green color interveinally.

MODE OF ACTION:  Acts on growth meristems to rapidly inhibit growth and
                 disrupt tissues.  Also acts as a powerful inhibitor of
                 germination.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   Artemisia             Florida pusley      red deadnettle
   aster                 gisekia             redroot pigweed
   bindweed              groundsel           rosarypea
   bull thistle          henbit              Russian knapweed
   camphorweed           jerusalemoak        Russian thistle
   Canada thistle          goosefoot         sheep sorrel
   carpetweed            knotweed            shepherdspurse
   chickweed             lambsquarters       smartweed
   citron melon          leafy spurge        spanishneedles
   coffeeweed            maypop              spurge
   cudweed               milkweed vine       teaweed
   curly dock            minerslettuce       wild artichoke
   dandelion             peppergrass         wild carrot
   dog fennel            pineappleweed       wild mustard
   eveningprimrose       plantain            wild radish
   falsedandelion        purslane            yellow rocket
   fiddleneck            ragweed             yellow woodsorrel


GRASSES and AQUATIC WEEDS CONTROLLED are listed on the following page.
*2,6-dichlorobenzonitrlie

Issued:  3-30-77              I-D-16.1

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                               DICHLOBENIL

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   annual bluegrass      foxtail             quackgrass
   bluegrass             natalgrass          Texas panicum
   crabgrass             old witchgrass      timothy
   fescue                orchardgrass        wild barley

AQUATIC WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   chara                 elodea              northern watermilfoil
   coontail              naiad               pondweed
Issued:  3-30-77              I-D-16.2

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                                 DICHLOBENIL
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ALFALFA (seed crop)



   1.4-2.0 (G)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
ALMONDS
    6 (G)(WP)
   4-6 (G)(WP)
N.F.
Do not graze or feed treated forage to
livestock.

Application to established stands.  Use limited
to Northwest U.S.  Apply uniformly in the spring
preemergent to the weeds.  Use lower rate on
light soils and the higher rate on heavier soils.
Repeat application 4-6 weeks later using the
higher rate without incorporation just before
irrigating.

0.15 ppm  (almonds and hulls)
1 month preharvest interval.
Do not graze treated areas.

Perennial weed control.  Do not remove old weed
growth before application.  Apply in late fall
between November 15 and February 15.  Do not
make surface applications to areas which have
been cultivated during the fall or summer prior
to application.  The chemical may be incorporated
immediately after an application made in late fall
or very early spring (before May 1).  Do not
apply within 4 weeks after transplanting.

Annual weed control.  Apply either in early spring
before weed seeds germinate or after cultivation
has removed the growing weeds.  Use the lower
rates if the application is followed by 0.5-1 inch
of water by overhead irrigation.  Use a shallow
incorporation immediately after applications made
in southern areas.  Use a shallow incorporation or
sprinkler irrigation in other areas when applications
are made during periods of high temperatures.  Do
not apply within 4 weeks of transplanting.
Issued:  3-30-77
      I-D-16.3

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                                DICHLOBENIL
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

APPLES


   4-6 (G)(WP)

AVOCADOS


   4-6 (G)(WP)

BLACKBERRIES


    4 (G)(WP)



BLUEBERRIES


   4-6 (G)(WP)

CHERRIES



   4-6 (G)(WP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.15 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.

Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

0.15 ppm
Do not graze treated ares.

Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

0.15 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.

Annual weed control.  Apply only to established
plantings while new shoots are not  emerging.
Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

0.15 ppm
Do not graze treated areas.

Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

0.15 ppm
1 month preharvest interval.
Do not graze treated areas.

Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued;   3.30-77
     I-D-16.4

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                                DICHLOBENIL
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CLOVER (Ladino)
 (seed crop)
   1.4-2.0 (G)
Tolerance. Use and Limitations
CRANBERRIES
    4.0 (G)
    2.0 (G)
    4-6 (G)
0.15 ppm
Do not graze or feed treated forage to livestock.
Do not use seed for food or feed purposes.

Semidormant/Dormant application to established stands.
Use limited to the Pacific Coast area.  Apply uniformly
after harvest when adequate rainfall or supplemental
irrigation is assured.  Use the lower rate on
ligh soils and the higher rate on heavier soils.

0.15 ppm

Prebloom.  Use limited to other than Pacific Northwest.
Apply in early spring while perennial weeds are still
dormant and annual weeds have not started to
germinate.  Do not make spring application if treatment
was made the previous fall.  Do not apply after
cranberry plants start to bloom.  Do not use on
young beds or newly sanded beds or on bogs prior
to or immediately after mowing for vines.

Prebloom.  Use limited to Pacific Northwest.  Apply
as above.  Make a second application 3-6 weeks
after the first.

-OR-

Postharvest.  Apply in late fall after crop has
been harvested.  Use the higher rate only on very
weedy bogs, or on bogs abandoned because of weeds.
Do not make fall application if treatment was made
the previous spring.  Do not use on young beds
or newly sanded beds or on bogs prior to or immediately
after mowing for vines.
Issued:  3-30-77
    I-D-16.5

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

FIGS



   4-6 (G)(WP)


FILBERTS



   4-6 (G)(WP)

GRAPEFRUIT


   3-6 (G)(WP)
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              DICHLOBENIL

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
GRAPES


   4-6 (G)(WP)

LEMONS


   3-6 (G)(WP)
      0.15 ppm
      5 month preharvest interval.
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Use limited to California.  Refer to ALMONDS
      (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      1 month preharvest interval.
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Apply and incorporate immediately to a depth of
      1-2 inches.  Do not apply within 1 year after
      transplanting.  Do not apply before water ring
      is removed.  Do not apply during 6 months following
      possible freeze damage.

      0.15 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to GRAPEFRUIT (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
           I-D-16.6

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

LEMONS (Rough)
  (root stocks)

   4-6 (G)(WP)
Compendium of Registered Pesticides

          DICHLOBENIL

  Tolerance, Use and Limitations
LIMES


   3-6 (G)(WP)

MANDARINS (Cleopatra)
  (root stocks)

   4-6 (G)CWP)

MANGOES


   4-6 (G)(WP)

NECTARINES
   4-6 (G)(WP)
  N.F.
  Do not graze treated areas.

  Broadcast to weed free soil in early spring
  after removal of banks.  Repeat application in
  in early summer not less than 90 days after
  the first.  Irrigate lightly with an overhead
  system (0.25-0.5 in.) after applications.  Do
  not apply during 6 months following possible
  freeze damage.

  0.15 ppm
  Do not graze treated areas.

  Refer to GRAPEFRUIT (same information).

  N.F.
  Do not graze treated areas.

  Refer to LEMONS (Rough)  (same information).

  0.15 ppm
  Do not graze treated areas.

  Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

  0.15 ppm
  1 month preharvest interval.
  Do not graze treated areas.

  Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
       I-D-16.7

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(Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ORANGES


   3-6 (G)(WP)

ORANGES (sour)
 (root stocks)

   4-6 (G)(WP)

ORANGES (sweet)
 (root stocks)

   4-6 (G)(WT?)

PEACHES
   4-6 (G)(WP)

PEARS


   4-6 (G)(WP)

PECANS



   4-6 (G)(WP)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DICHLOBENIL

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
       0.15 ppm
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Refer to GRAPEFRUIT (same information).

       N.F.
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Refer to LEMONS (Rough) (same information)

       N.F.
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Refer to LEMONS (Rough) (same information),

       0.15 ppm
       1 month preharvest interval.
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

       0.15 ppm
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

       0.15 ppm
       1 month preharvest interval.
       Do not graze treated areas.

       Do not use on pecan seedlings within
       6 months of planting.   Refer to ALMONDS
       (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-16.8

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 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

PLUMS



   4-6 (G)(WP)

PRUNES



   4-6 (G)(WP)

RASPBERRIES


   4  (G)(WP)



TANGERINES


   3-6 (G)(WP)

WALNUTS



   4-6 CG)(WP)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              DICHLOBENIL

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
      0.15 ppm
      1 month preharvest interval.
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      1 month preharvest interval.
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Annual weed control.  Apply only to established
      plantings while new shoots are not emerging.
      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to GRAPEFRUIT (same information).

      0.15 ppm
      1 month preharvest interval.
      Do not graze treated areas.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
           I-D-16.9

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Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

   Around Buildings,
   Fencerows"
   Roadways
   Storage areas

    4-6  (G)
     6 (G)
   12-20 (G)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

               DICHLOBENIL

  Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  N.F.
  Do not graze treated areas.
  Annual weed control.   Apply either in early
  spring before weed seeds germinate or after
  cultivation has removed the growing weeds.  Use
  the lower rate if the application is followed
  by 0.5-1 inch of water by overhead irrigation.
  Use a shallow incorporation immediately after
  application in Southern areas.   Use a shallow
  incorporation or sprinkler irrigation in other
  areas when applications are made during periods
  of high temperatures.

  Perennial weed control.  Do not remove old weed
  growth before application.  Apply in late fall
  between November 15 and February 15.  Do not
  make surface applications to areas which have
  been cultivated during the fall or summer prior
  to application.  The  chemical may be incorporated
  immediately after an  application made in late fall
  or very early spring  (before May 1).

  Nonselective weed control.  Broadcast or spot
  treatment.  Dead weeds from the previous season's
  growth do not need to be removed and the soil
  should not be cultivated prior  to application.  Use
  the lower rates if the weeds are primarily annuals.
  Use the higher rates  for perennial weeds and in dry
  soil areas.   Do not apply if air temperatures are
  expected to rise above 70ฐF. within the following
  week.
Issued:  3-30-77
       I-D-16.10

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                               DICHLOBENIL

Sites and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(Ibs. act./A.)

ORNAMENTALS

   Woody trees           N.F.
    and shrubs           Do not graze treated areas.

   4-8 (G)               Broadcast or spot treatment.  Remove existing
   4-6 (WP)              weeds and thoroughly work the area to be treated.
                         Make application to the soil surface in early
                         spring.  Do not apply within 4 weeks after
                         transplanting.  Do not exceed 6 Ibs. act./A.
                         on azalea, boxwood, euonymus, forsythia, heather,
                         holly, ivy, lilac, or leucothoe or on any plantings
                         less than one year old.  Moisten the soil to a
                         depth of 0.25-0.5 inch after application.  Use only
                         on plants listed on the label.

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

   Highway               N.F.
   Railroad              Do not graze treated areas.
   Utility

   4-20 (G)              Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information).

PAVED AREAS              N.F.

   10-12  (G)(WP)         Prepaving treatment.  Apply after final grade is
                         achieved.  Treated area should be covered with
                         asphalt as soon as possible.  Apply the WP in
                         75-100 gal. water.
Issued:  3-30-77               I-D-16.11

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                  EPA
Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

   Around buildings,
   Fencerows,
   Storage areas,
   Lumber yards,
   Tank farms, etc.

    4-20 (G)

PAVED AREAS

   10-12 (G)(WP)
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          DICHLOBENIL
   Tolerancel Use and Limitations
   Sewer pipe
    joints

   0.02% act.
   by weight
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

   Around buildings,
   Fencerows,
   Storage areas

   4-20 (G)
   N.F.
   Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)

   N.F.

   Prepaving treatment.  Apply after final grade
   is achieved.  Treated area should be covered
   with asphalt as soon as possible.  Apply the WP
   in 75-100 gal. water.

   N.F.
   To inhibit the penetration of roots into
   polyacrylamide gels used as sealants of
   sewer pipe joints.  Incorporate into the
   mixture of acrylamide monomers used to
   produce the gel.
   N.F.
   Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
Issued: 3-30-77
        I-D-16.12

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Sites and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

FOREST, CHAPARRAL,
NONAGRICULTURAL,
AND WASTELANDS

   Forest and
   Shelterbelt
   Plantings

   4-8 (G)
   4-6 (WP)

AQUATIC AREAS

   Ponds,
   Lakes,
   Reservoirs
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              DICHLOBENIL

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   7-10  (G)
  10-15 (G)
       N.F.
       Do not graze treated areas.
       Refer to Woody trees and shrubs under
       ORNAMENTALS (same information).
       N.F.
       Do not apply to water which will be used for
       crop irrigation, livestock water or human
       consumption.  Do not use fish from treated
       water for food or feed for 90 days after
       application.  Do not use in commercial fish
       or shellfish water.

       Application to exposed bottoms and shorelines.
       Apply uniformly in early spring.  Use the lower
       rate if the soil is wet at the time of application,
       or if the water is less than 1 ft. deep.  Refill
       the pond promptly after application if drawdown
       was used.

       Application to the surface of the water.  Apply
       uniformly in early spring over the surface of
       the water.  Apply during periods of calm when
       wave action is at a minimum.  Use the lower
       rate in shallow water (less than 2 ft. deep)
       and the higer rate in deep water (over 5-6
       ft. deep).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-16.13

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                                     DICHLONE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

TYPE PESTICIDE: Algaecide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
 Agricultural
  Premises:

     Lakes
     Ponds
Extended
0.055 ppm
Blue-green algae control.
potable water.
Do not use In
 *2,3-dicnloro-l,4-naphthoquinone

 Issued:  8-31-68
                       I-D-17

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                    S-(2,3-DICHLOROALLYL)DIISOPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; G
TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa




Barley





Clover:
Alsike
Red
Sweet

Corn:
Field





Flax






0.05
(fresh,
hay)


0.05
(grain,
forage,
straw)


0.05
(fresh,
hay)


0.05
(grain,
forage,
fodder)



0.05
(flax-
seed)



Ibs. actual/A.
2.0


1.25

1.25





2.0


1.25

1.5






2.0






Preplant soil incorporation. Apply in
spring within 3 weeks of planting.
OR
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
before crop sprouts.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply in
fall within 3 weeks of soil freeze-up.
Plant in spring.
OR
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
before crop sprouts.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply in
spring within 3 weeks of planting.
OR
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
before crop sprouts.
Use restricted to North Dakota, Minnesota,
and Montana. Preplant soil incorporation.
Plant within 3 weeks.

OR
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
before crop sprouts.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply in
fall within 3 weeks of soil freeze-up or
in spring within 3 weeks of planting.
OR
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
before crop sprouts.
* Diallate
Issued:   2-25-72
I-D-18.1

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                   S-(2,3-DICHLOROALLYL)DIISOPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
  Lentils
  Peas
  Potatoes
!  Safflower
  Soybeans
  Sugar beets
 0.05
 0.05
(peas
forage,
hay)
 0.05
 0.05
 (Saf-
 flower
 seed)

 0.05
 (soybeans
 forage,
 hay)
 0.05
 (roots,
 tops)
Ibs. actual/A

    1.5
    1.25
    2.0
    1.5
    2.0
    2.0
 (liquid)
                                4.0
                             (granular)
Preplant soil incorporation.  Plant
within 3 weeks.
              or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Apply
immediately after planting.

Preplant soil incorporation.  Plant within
3 weeks.
               or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Apply
immediately after planting.

Use restricted to North Dakota, Minnesota,
Montana.  Preplant soil incorporation.
Plant within 3 weeks.

Preplant soil incorporation.  Plant
within 3 weeks.
Use limited to North Dakota, Minnesota.
Preplant soil incorporation.  Plant
within 3 weeks.
                                                         or
                                              Preemergence soil incorporation.
                                              before crop sprouts.
                                                              Apply
Preplant soil incorporation.  Apply in
fall within 3 weeks of soil freeze-up or
in spring within 3 weeks of planting.
               or
Preplant soil incorporation.  Plant
within 3 weeks.
  Issued:   6-30-75
                   I-D-18.2
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          3,5-DICHLORO-N-(1,l-DIMETHYL-2-PROPYNYL)BENZAMIDE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  For pre-, and postemergence use; surface or
                      shallow incorporation.  Soil persistence 2-9 mo.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits cell division and root elongation; general
                 disruption of root meristem.
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  annual morningglory   lambsquarters
  carpetweed
  chickweeds (a)
  henbit
  knotweeds
London rocket(d)
mustards (d)
netteleaf goosefoot
nettles
nightshades
GRASSES CONTROLLED:
  annual bluegrass(a)
  barnyardgrass
  canarygrass
  cheatgrass
  crabgrass
downy brome(a)
fall panicum
foxtail spp.(a)
goosegrass
lovegrass
orchardgrass (b)
purslane
sheep sorel (b)
shepherdspurse (d)
smartweeds
volunteer tomatoes
wild radish (d)
perrenial bluegrass (b)
quackgrass (c)
ryegrass (b)
volunteer grain  (a)
  (barley, oats,
  rye, wheat)
Dosage to effect control of above weeds:  (Ibs.act/A)
  (a)  0.5-1.0          (c)  1.0-2.0
  (b)  0.75-1.5         (d)  1.5-2.0

NOTE:  The following are not controlled:
  Bermudagrass          nutsedges
  Johnsongrass          composites (eg., dog fennel, galinsoga,
                                     groundsel, sow thistle, wild lettuce,
                                     dandelion)
*Proprietary name:  "Kerb"

Issued:  6-30-75               I-D-19.1
                           Replaces page  issued  12-20-74

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          3,5-DICHLORO-N-(1,l-DIMETHYL-2-PROPYNYL)BENZAMIDE
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ALFALFA
(seed crop)
  2.0
ALFALFA
BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
CLOVER
CROWN VETCH
  0.5-1.5

  0.75-2.0

CLOVER (seed crops)

BLACKBERRIES



  3.0
Tolerance, Use, and Limitations
N.F.
Use limited to California, Idaho, Nevada,
Oregon and Washington.  Do not graze treated
fields or feed crop residues or clippings to
livestock.

Postemergence.  Make single applications in
fall and winter to new or established planting
after the trifloliate stage of the crop and pre-,
or postemergence to the weeds.

0.5 ppm.  (forage, hay); 0.2 ppm.  (kidney and
liver of:  cattle goats, hogs, horses, poultry,
sheep); 0.02 ppm.  (meat, fat, meat by products
of above animals; eggs, milk).
Do not use more than 2.0 Ibs. act/A per season.
120 day preharvest (for forage or hay) and
pregrazing interval.  Use only on established
or new plantings at the trifoliate stage or
beyond.

Apply in fall or winter, pre-, or postemergence
to weeds:
   rain or overhead irrigated

   low rainfall furrow irrigated

Refer to ALFALFA, seed crop (same information).

0.05 ppm.
Use limited to Washington and Oregon.  Do not apply
to frozen ground.  3 month posttransplanting interval.

Apply from December through March only.
Issued:  6-30-75
           I-D-19.2
Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ENDIVE (ESCAROLE)
    EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

3,5-DICHLORO-N-(I,l-DIMETHYL-2-PROPYNYL)BENZAMIDE

              Tolerance, Use, and Limitations
  1.0-1.5
  1.5-2.0
  1.5-2.0
  2.0

LETTUCE
  See dosage under
  ENDIVE (ESCAROLE)
RASPBERRIES
  3.0
              2.0 ppm.
              Do not apply more than once per crop cycle.
              Do not use more than 1.5 Ibs. act. per crop
              cycle.  35 day preharvest interval.  Not
              effective on highly organic soils.  Band
              applications are recommended where crop rotations
              occur within 6 months of application.
              Waiting period for replanting (depends on dosage):
                0 mo. - lettuce, endive escarole
                3-4 mo. - beans, corn, cotton, sorghum, carrots,
                           celery
                4-6 mo. - broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower,
                          cucurbits, spinach,  sugar beets,
                          onions, tomatoes
                9 mo. - wheat, barley, oats, grasses

              Surface application - non-incorporated:

                light-medium soil
                heavy soil

              Furrow irrigated or natural rainfall, soil
              incorporated:

                light-medium soil
                heavy soil

              2.0 ppm.
              See limitations under ENDIVE  (ESCAROLE).
              Waiting period for replanting (depends on
              dosage):
                0 mo. - lettuce, endive (escarole)
                3-5 mo. - beans, corn, cotton, sorghum,
                          carrots, celery
                3-7 mo. - broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower,
                          cucurbits, spinach,  sugar beets,
                          onions, tomatoes
                6-9 mo. - wheat, barley, oats, grasses

              Do not use more than 1.5 Ibs. act per crop
              cycle on Val Temp, Grande Verde and Prima
              Verde varieties.

              0.05 ppm.
              Use limited to Washington and Oregon.  Do not apply
              to frozen ground.  3 month posttransplanting interval.

              Apply from December through March only.
Issued:  6-30-75
                     I-D-19.3
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                    EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                     4-(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY) BUTYRIC ACID*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC esters; dimethylamine  salt

TYPK PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppni)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
  Forage  legumes:

    Alfalfa
    Alsike clover
    Birdsfoot
       trefoil
    Ladino clover
    Red clover
    White clover

  Peanuts
   Soybeans
    0.2
    0.2
   0.2
   0.2

     0.2
     0.2
 (soybeans
 and  hay)
                              Ibs.  actual/A.
0.4
0.22
                                   O.A
 Apply  to  seedling legumes  when seeds
 are  less  than 3 in.  high or in the        j
 2-5-leaf  stage or to established legumes-^ j
 flowering.   Do not graze establlshed  cropj
or feed straw or hay from treated crop     i
 to livestock within 30 days after appli-  j
cation.  Do not graze or feed hay from     !
treated seedling crops to livestock within
60 days after application.

 Postemergence.   Topical application no
 later  than late bloom stage (90-100 days
 after  planting).   Do not feed treated
 peanut vines and peanut hay to livestock.
 Do not make more than 2 applications  per
 season.   Do not apply within 30 days  of
 harvest.

 Postemergence overall spray 7-10 days
 prebloom  to midlboom.   Do  not harvest
 within 60 days after application.
               -or-
 Postemergence directed spray when soybeans
 are  8-12  inches tall and weeds do not
 exceed 3  inches in height.   Do not harvest
 within 60 days after application.   Do not
 apply  more than twice per  season.
*4-(2,4-DB)

Issued:   6-30-75
                   I-D-21
                                                           Replaces  page  issued   12-20-74

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             2-C2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)ETHYL  SULFATE  SODIUM  SALT*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP; D; Cartridge

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
 Asparagus


 Peanuts
 Potatoes
 Strawberries
                 (peanuts,
                  hullc,
                  and hay)
                            Ibs . actual/A .
                2.7
                3-6
                5-5
               Preemergence application or after
               cutting season.

               Preemergence application at time of
               planting.
                                or
               Soil application at cracking time (5-7
               days after planting).  Use in combination
               with 1.5 Ibs.  of DNBP equivalent in
               alkanol amine form.
                                or
               Postemergence application after first
               cultivation when crop is 2-3 inches
               tall.

               Preemergence application after planting,
               or postemergence application monthly
               after cultivation and at lay-by.

               Apply to first year plantings after
               plants are well established (usually
               about 10 days after planting) and
               monthly thereafter following
               cultivations.   Avoid application when
               first runner plants are rooting.
                                or
               Apply to established plantings before
               blossoming and after picking following
               each cultivation.  Do not apply within
               7 days, or during harvest season.
 *Sesone

 Issued:
                                       i-n-25

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                        KPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                        2-(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY)PROPIONIC ACID*
PRINCH'AL FOKMULATIONS: Ec-ester

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                  TOLERANCE
                    (ppm)
               DOSAGE
                                        LIMITATIONS
   Noncrop Sites

     highways
     drainage
       ditchbanks
     firebreaks
   To control:
    post oak
    blackjack oak
   post oak
   blackjack oak

   sandshinny oak

   sandsage

   Solid stands
   in California
Ull NF
             4.0 Ib.  act.
             per 100  gal.
             spray
              2 Ib.  act./A


              0.5 Ib. act/A

              0.5 Ib. act./A

            2-4 Ibs.  act.  1
            3-12 gal. spray
            per A.
Do not graze dairy animals on treated
areas within 6 weeks after application.
Donot slaughter meat animals grazing on
treated areas within 2 weeks after
application.
Foliage Stem Spray:
  Spray all foliage and stems to run-off
  before plants begin to go dormant.

Aerial Spray:
  Apply using 5.0 gal. spray per A.
  Texas, California, and New Mexico:
  spray from about early May to mid-June
  in Oklahoma, and northward:
  spray from about mid-May to early July.

Aerial Spray:
  Retreat second year with 1 Ib./A.


  Retreat  second year with 0.5  Ibs./A.
  Retreat N.A.

2-4 qts. Fuel oil/A, may be included.
  *2,4-DP

 Issued:  6-30-75
                       I-D-26
                                         Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                           2^-DICHLOROPHEIIOXYACETIC ACID*


PRINCIPAL FCKMUIAUCNS:  EC;  WP;  D;  G;  S;  butyl and isooctyl esters,  amine,  sodium salt,
                         acid;  lithium salt  SP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Plant Regulator























**







USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBtETAKOTS
\"PB&)

Apples




Asparagus









Barley





Blueberries








5




5
[from
sodium
salt of
2,'4-D
only)




0.5
(grain)
20
( forage )


1.0
(interim)






Ib. actual/A.
2




2



1

2-5



1-5



1-5

3


1





2,lj~D acid and oil soluble amine
formulations. Apply when weeds are
young and -actively growing. Do not
allow spray to contact leaves, fruit,
or stems .
Preemergence application immediately
after discing on established bed, or
after postharvest discing.

Postemergence application. Young
seedlings .
During harvest. Not over two applications
spaced 1 month apart. Postharvest
application. Use drop nozzles to keep
spray off plant .
Apply at tiller to boot stage. Do not
apply in seedling or boot to milk stage.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
fields within 2 weeks after 'treatment .
Apply dough stage to harvest. Do not
use treated straw for livestock feed.
Apply in fall after blueberry leaves
have fallen and before a burn. Repeat
fall application in 2-j> years.
Apply on revolving cloth covered drums
held above blueberry foliage during June
and July of season preceding a burn.
Do not apply within 2 years of berry
harvest .
  Issued:   12-20-74
l-D-29.1

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                     EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                               2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID
         USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                               LIMITATIONS
**
    Corn
      (field)
      (pop)
      (sweet)
    Cranberries
   Fallow land
 (all
 interim
 0.5
 (fresh
 including
 sweet:
 kernels
 plus cob
 with husk
 removed)

   20.0
 (fodder,
 forage)
    0.5
 (interm)
   0.5
 (interm)
   NF
                                Ib.  actual/A.
   1.5





   1-3

   0.5



   1-5


   0.75


   0.42
                                  o.;
                                 (in water)
Preemergence application.  Do not use on
light sandy soil.  Double dosage on muck
soils.

Postemergence application.  Emergence to
tasseling.  Do not apply from taaseling
to dough stage.  Use drop nozzles vhen
corn is over 10 inches high.

After early dough stage.

Postemergence application when J-10
inches tall.
Preemergence application.
on light sandy soil.

Postemergence application.
tasseling.

After early dough stage.
Do not apply
                                                                            Emergence to
              Apply broadcast over bogs up to white
              bud  stage.  Do not apply after first
              flowers  open.

              Apply by swabbing weeds above crop any
              time up  to end of blossom period.  Do
              not drip solution on cranberry plants.

              Broadcast over bog after drawing down
              winter flood or on ice before spring
              thaw while cranberries are dormant.

              Apply to weeds actively growing.  Do not
              plant to any crop until 3 months after
              treatment or until chemical has
              disappeared from soil.
   Issued:  12-20-74
            I-D-29.2

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                         EPA  Comoendiutn  of  Registered  Pesticides

                                2,^-DICHLOROPHENOXYAGETIC ACID
          USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                                                LIMITATIONS
     Grape::
    Grapefru it
**
    Grass
      (hay crop)
    Lemons
    Oats
   0.5

 (interim
  300
 (Interim)
Ib. actual/A.

     k.k

     1-5



     1.5
                                      pp.,-
                                   12 pro
                                    I.1
                                    1.5
 Dormant  season application.

 Apply  before  grape  canes  reach the
 Ground.  Use  a hooded  boon sprayer  to
 prevent  drift to grape foliage.

 Drag vax "bar  over bindweeds  in 30->6
 inch T,;ide  band under trellis  of  bearing
 vineyards, when bindueed  start to blooni
 and before grapevines  reach the  ground.
 Keep bar off  grapevine shoots.   Trim off
 giapc  shoots  that are  on  the  ground.

 To increase fruit size, reduce fruit
 drop.  Apply  June or July.  Do not  apply
 to trees less  than  6 years old,  or  during
 major  flush of leaf grovth, or within
 7 days of harvest.  Do not anply
 concentrated  spray.

 Tiller to boot  stage.  Do not  spray
 seedling grasses  or vhen grass is from
boot to milk stage.

To reduce fruit drop.  Apply during Nov.
or Dec.  Do not apply  to trees less than
6 years old,  or during major flush of
leaf growth,  or vithin 7 days of harvest.
Do not apply concentrated spray.
                                                 Apply at tiller to boot stage.  Do not
                                                 apply in seedling or boot to uilk stage.
                                                 Do not graze or feed forage from treated
                                                 fields vithin 2 -,:eeks after treatment.
   Issued:  12-20-74
                        I-D-29.3

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                   EPA  Compendium of Registered  Pesticides

                            2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                            LIMITATIONS
 Oranges
 Pasture:
   Clover
   Grass
    1.0
 (clover)
 (interim)
   300
 (grass
   and
  grass
   hay)
 (interim)
            Ib.  actual/A.

              24 ppm
                6.0
                                 1.5
                                3.0
               To increase fruit  size and reduce fruit
               drop.   Apply in fall as whitewash treat-
               ment.   Do not apply to trees  less than
               6  years old, or during major  flush of
               leaf  growth or within 7 days  of  harvest.
               Do not  use concentrated spray.

               Woody plants and brush.   Apply when
               grasses are well established  and woody
               plants  growing actively.   Do  not apply
               when grass is in early boot to milk stage
               where grass seed production is desired.
               Do not  apply to newly seeded  areas  or
               after heading begins.   Do not graze dairy
               animals on treated  areas  within  7  days
               after application.

               Broadleaf  weeds—annuals.  Apply when
               weeds are  actively  growing.   Do  not apply
               when grass is  in early boot to milk stage
               where grass  seed production is desired.
               Do  not  apply to newly  seeded  areas  or
               after heading  begins.  Do  not graze  dairy
               animals  on treated  areas within  7 days
               after application.

               Broadleaf  weeds—perennials.  Apply when
               weeds are  actively  growing and near bud
               stage.  Do not  apply when  grass  is  in
               early boot to milk  stage where grass seed
               production is desired.  Do not apply to
               newly seeded areas  or  after heading begins
               Do not  graze dairy  animals on treated
               areas within 7 days after application.
Issued:   12-20-74
             I-D-29.4

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                      EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                                2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID
         USE
                     TOLERANCE     DOSAGE
                       (ppm)
                                                               LIMITATIONS
     Pasture:
       Clover
       Grass
      (continued)
     Pears
**   Potatoes
     Rangeland:

**     Rangegrass
       Rangeland
        clearance
       Ranges
**  Rice
                         1.0
                       300
                       (interim)
                        0.2
                       300
                     (interim)
                        0.1
                     (rice,
                      rice
                      straw)
                     (interim)
                                  lb.  actual/A.

                                      0.5
                                     1.0
                                      2.0
                                  1.12 oz./A.
                                     3.0
                                     6.0
                                    1.25
                                      L7
Bent and susceptible grass pastures.  Do
not apply when grass is in early boot to
milk stage where grass seed production
is desired.  Do not apply to newly seed-
ed areas or after heading begins.  Do not
graze dairy animals on treated areas
within 7 days after application.

Clover and alfalfa pastures.  Do not
apply when grass is in early boot to
milk stage where grass seed production
is desired.  Do not apply to newly seeded
areas or after heading begins.  Do not
graze dairy animals on treated areas
within 7 days after application.

2,4-D acid and oil soluble amine formu-
lations.  Apply when weeds are young and
actively growing.  Do not allow spray to
contact leaves, fruit, or stems.

To intensify red color and improve skin
appearance.  Apply when potatoes are in
prebud stage (7-10 inches high); second
application 10-14 days later.

Broadleaf weeds.  Apply in spring when
weeds are growing rapidly.

Woody plants.  Apply when woody plants
are actively growing in spring or fall.
                                                  Tiller to boot.  If granules are used,
                                                  apply 3 Ibs. when rice is 2 weeks old.

                                                  After flooding  (3-21 days).  Do not apply
                                                  after seed stalks have emerged.
    issued:   12-20-74
                                      I-D-29.5

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                               2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Rye





Sorghum
Milo
Milo maize









Sugarcane




Wheat






0.5
(grain)
20
(forage)


0.1
(interim)










0.1
(interim)



0.5
(grain)
20
(forage)


Ib. actual/A.
1.5



1.5

2.0


1.0



0.75




2.0




1.5



1.5


Apply at tiller to boot stage. Do not ap-
ply in seedling or boot to milk stage. Do
not graze or feed forage from treated
fields within 2 weeks after treatment.
Apply dough stage to harvest. Do not use
treated straw for livestock feed.
Preemergence. Do not apply on light
sandy soil.

Postemergence. Energence to flowering.
Use drop nozzles when crop is over 10
inches high. Do not apply during flower-
ing or early dough stage.
Use restricted to lithium salt. Post-
emergence. Overall spray from 4 inches
tall until the seed head is 6 inches
below tip of the boot. Do not apply
during flowering to early dough stages.
Preemergence application before canes
appear.
-or-
Postemergence application in spring after
cane emerges and through lay-by.
Apply at tiller to boot stage. Do not
apply in seedling or boot to milk stage.
Do not graze or feed forage from treated
fields within 2 weeks after treatment.
Apply dough stage to harvest. Do not use
treated straw for livestock feed.
**
   Issued:  12-20-74
I-D-29.6

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                      EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                           2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC  ACID
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
 Aquatic  sites:
   Lakes
   Ponds

     Emerged
      marginal
      weeds

     Floating
      weeds

     Submerged
      weeds
  0.1
(potable
 water, as negligible residue
 from use of dimethylamine salt only,
 on irrigation ditch banks in Western
 U.S. by Federal Agencies)
                            Ib. actual/A.
 Extended
 Extended
 Extended
    2.4
    40
(45 in Tropical
  regions)
                  Apply to weeds before seeds are formed.
Apply as coarse spray when weeds are
actively growing.

Apply as granular form in spring
broadcasting from boat or shore, and on
ice in winter.

In all above instances, do not contamiate
water intended for domestic or irrigation
purposes.
Issued:6-30-75
                              I-D-29.7
                                              Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                        2,^-DICHLOROPHENYL p-NITROPHENYL ETHER
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC;WP




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBttTATICNS
(ppm;

Broccoli





Brussels sprouts





Cabbage





Carrots



Cauliflower






0.75





0-75





0-75





0.75



0.75





Ibs . actual/A .
6





6





6





6



6






Preemergence .
or
Postemergence . Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges .
or
Posttransplant . Apply 2 weeks after
setting crop
Preemergerrje .
or
Postemergence . Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges.
or
Posttransplant . Apply 2 weeky after
setting crop.
Preemergence .
or
Postemergence . Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges .
or
Posttransplant . Apply 2 weeks after
setting crop.
Preeraergence .
or
Postemergence . Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges .
Preemergence .
or
Postemergence . Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges .
or
Posttransplant . Apply 2 weeks after
setting crop.
  Issued:  1-31-69
                                        I-D-54.1

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                          EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                          2,4-DICHLOROPHENYL p-NITROPHENYL ETHER
          USE
TOLERANCE
  (pptn)
                                    DOSAGE
                           LIMITATIONS
      Celery
      Horseradish
**  I  Onions
    •  Parsley
                        0.75
   0.05
   0.75
 (green
   or
  dry
  bulb)
           Ib. actual/A.

               6.0
                        0.75
5.0

5.0



4.0

4.0


1.0
                                     6.0
Preemergence.
   or
Postemergence.   Apply 2 weeks after
crop emerges.
   or
Posttransplant.  Apply 2 weeks after
setting crop.

Preemergence.
   or
Postemergence.   Apply early postemergence
and weeds are in 2-4-leaf stage.  Apply
only once per season.

Preemergence.
   or
Postemergence.  Apply when crop is in
flag-leaf stage.
   or
Postemergence use limited to New York.
Multiple applications:
initial application in flag-leaf stage.
Do not apply more than 1 Ib. act./A.
within 21 days of harvest.  Do not
apply more than 6 Ibs. act./A. per crop
season.
                             Preemergence.
                                or
                             Postemergence.
                             crop emerges.
                                                                  Apply 2 weeks after
    Issued:6-30-75
                                  I-D-54.2
                                                      Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                           2,4-DICHLOROPHENYL p-NITROPHENYL ETHER
           USE
       TOLERANCE
          (ppm)
                                     DOSAGE
                           LIMITATIONS
**
    Rice

      (water seeded
      only)
   !Sugar Beets
          0.1
       (rice and
        rice
        straw)
          0.05
        (roots
        and tops)
                                 Ib. actual/A.
                                     2.0
                                     3.0
4.0
            Use limited to California.
Preplant on flooded fields.  Aerial or
ground application.  Stop water flow during
application and retain water for 24 hours.
Reestablish water flow 24 hours prior to
seeding.  Do not incorporate into soil.
Seedling growth may be temporarily delayed

Preplant on drained fields.  Aerial or
ground application.  Stop water flow during
application and retain water for 24 hours.
Reestablish water flow for 24 hours prior
to seeding.  Do not incorporate into soil.
Seedling growth may be temporarily delayed

Use restricted tc Imperial Valley,
California.  Preemergence.
   Issued :
6-30-75
                                          I-D-54.3
                                               Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                            3',  V  -DICHLOROPROPIOHANILinE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
  Rice
   2.0
 (rice)

  75.0
 (rice
  straw)
                             Ibs. actual/A.

                                   6.0
              Postemergence application when grass is
              in 1-leaf to early tiller stage and
              before rice is in late tiller stage (45-
              60 days after planting).   Do not use more
              than 6 Ibs. actual per single treatment
              or a total of 8 Ibs. actual per crop
              season.  Do not apply to second rice crop
              where double cropping is practiced.
   Propanil
 Issued:   8-15-72
                       I-D-57

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     N 3,N 3-DIETHYL-2,4-DINITRO-6-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)-M-PHENYLENEDIAMINE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:    EC

   TYPE  PESTICIDE:    Herbicide
**
          USE
    Cotton
   Beans  (dry)

   Lima beans


   Peanuts




   Soybeans
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                    DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
   0.05
 (cotton
 forage,
 cotton-
 seed)
   0.05

   0.05
  0.05
 (peanuts
  and
hulls)

  0.05
 (soybean
forage,
soybeans)
                               Lbs.  actual/A
                                    0.67
     0.33
(Sand,  Loamy
sand, Sandy loam)
     0.5
(Silt Loam, Silt,
Clay Loam, Loam,
Silty Clay)
     0.67
    (Clay)

     0.67

     0.67
     0.67
     0.67
                  Preplant soil incorporation.
                  Incorporation may be made in a separate
                  operation up to 24 hours after appli-
                  cation.  Apply only once per year.
                                                Use  limited  to  California  and  Arizona  only.i
                                                Postemergence to  crop.  Preemergence
                                                incorporation to  weeds.  Incorporation may
                                                be made  in a separate operation  up  to  24
                                                hours after  application.   Apply  only once
                                                per  year.  Do not apply later  than  80  days
                                                prior to harvest.  Do not  allow  spray  or
                                                drift to contact  cotton foliage  or  stems.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Use limited to California.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.
                                                Preplant soil incorporation.
                                                Incorporation may be made in a separate
                                                operation up to 24 hours after application.
   *  Dinitramine;  diethamine

  Issued:   6-30-75
                     I-D-60
                                                               Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                           DIETHYL DITHIOBIS  (THIONOFORMATE)
ERUtCIEAL FORMULATIONS:  EC




 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide and  Desiccant
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMETATTOHS
(ppm)

Onions







Extended






Ibs . actual/A.
10

10


10


Preemergence application 2k-^8 hours
before crop emerges .
Postemergence application after flag
stage . Do not apply to green or
spring onions .
Freha^vest desiccant application. Do
not apply within kS> hours of harvest .
   Issued:  5-31-69
                                         1-0-61

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                                  DIFENZOQUAT*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:     A selective postemergence herbicide to control
                         wild oat in barley, fall-seeded wheat and certain
                         spring-seeded wheat varieties.  May be tank-mixed
                         with MCPA Amine, Bromoxynil or both chemicals
                         s imult aneously.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:   May produce yellowing or slight tip burn on
                         barley or wheat when applied under crop stress
                         conditions.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

GRA.SSES CONTROLLED:  wild oat
*l,2-dimethyl-3,5~diphenyl~lK-pyrazolium ipethyl sulfate
*Proprietary name:  "Avenge1"

Issued:  3-30-77              I-D-61-1.1

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Crops and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BARLEY
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticide

          DIFENZOQUAT

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.63
0.75
 1.0
       0.2 ppm (grain); 20 ppm (straw)
       0.05 ppm (meat, fat and meat byproducts of
                cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
                and sheep)
       Do not make more than one application per growing
       season.
       Po not graze treated fields or cut treated forage
       for silage.
       Barley or wheat can be replanted if crop loss occurs.
       Rotation to other crops can be made the following year.
       Barley grain and straw from treated fields can be fed
       to livestock.

       Postemergence.   Broadcast.  Apply when the majority
       of wild oat plants are in the 3-5 leaf stage.  Barley
       will frequently be in the 2-7 leaf stage at this time.
       Dosage is determined by the density of wild oat plants.
       Use the highest rate when plant growth stress
       conditions exist, regardless of wild oat density.
       Do not apply to wet plants or if rain is predicted
       within 6 hours after application.  Apply in
       5-20 gal. water per acre in ground equipment or
       3-10 gal. water per acre by aircraft.  A
       surfactant is required for spray volumes in
       excess of 10 gal. per acre.

         Wild oat plants per square foot:
           1-10
           11-25
           more than 25
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-61-1.2

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Crops and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

WHEAT
(fall-seeded)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticide

          DIFENZOQUAT

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.63
0.75
1.0
       0.05 ppm (grain); 20 ppm (straw)
       0.05 ppm (meat, fat and meat byproducts of
                cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
                and sheep)
       Do not make more than one application per
       growing season.
       Do not graze treated fields or cut treated
       forage for silage.
       Barley or wheat can be replanted if crop loss occurs.
       Rotation to other crops can be made the following
       year.
       Wheat grain and straw from treated fields can be
       fed to livestock.

       Postemergence.  Broadcast.   Apply when the majority
       of the wild oat plants are in the 3-5 leaf stage.
       Fall-seeded wheat will frequently be in the 4-leaf
       to tillered stage at this time.  Dosage is determined
       by the density of the wild oat plants.  Use the
       highest rate when plant growth stress conditions
       exist, regardless of wild oat density.  Do not apply
       to wet plants or if rain is predicted within 6 hours
       after application.  Apply in 5-20 gal. water per
       acre in ground equipment or 3-10 gal. water per
       acre by aircraft.  A surfactant is required for
       spray volumes in excess of 10 gal. per arce.

         Wild oat plants per square foot:
           1-10
           11-25
           more than 25
Issued:  3.30-77
            I-D-61-1.3

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Crops and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

WHEAT
(Spring-seeded)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticide

          DIFE1TZOOUAT

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.63
0.75
 1.0
       0.05 ppm (grain); 20 ppm (straw)
       0.05 ppm (meat, fat and meat byproducts of
                cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
                and sheep)
       Do not make more than one application per
       growing season.
       Do not graze treated fields or cut treated
       forage for silage.
       Barley or wheat can be replanted if crop loss occurs.
       Rotation to other crops can be made the following year.
       Wheat grain and straw from treated fields can be fed to
       livestock.

       Postemergence.  Broadcast.   Use limited to Idaho,
       Oregon and Washington; and  the variety, Era, when
       grown in Minnesota and North Dakota.  Apply when
       the majority of wild oat plants are in the 3-5
       leaf stage.  Spring-seeded wheat will frequently
       be in the 5-6 leaf stage at this time.  Dosage is
       determined by the density of the wild oat plants.
       Use the highest rate when plant growth stress
       conditions exist, regardless of wild oat density.
       Do not apply to wet plants or if rain is predicted
       within 6 hours after application.  Apply in 5-20
       gal. water per acre in ground equipment or 3-10
       gal. water per acre by aircraft.  A surfactant is
       required for spray volumes in excess of 10 gal. per
       acre.

         Wild oat plants per square foot:
           1-10
           11-25
           more than 25
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-61-1.4

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                       EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                         1,2-DIHYDRO-3,6-PYRIDAZINEDIONE*
PRINCIPAL FGRMULATICKS:  Lj WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMETATIOWS
  Citrus:
   (young non-
   bearing trees
   in Florida)

   Grapefruit
   Kumquats
   Lemons
   Limes
   Oranges
   Tangelos
   Tangerines

  Onions:
   Dry bulb

  Potatoes
  Tobacco
   15
   50
 (160 in
 potato
 chips)
   NF
                             Ibs.  actual/A.
                             Induce dormancy. Spray between Nov. 1-15
                             Repeat treatment 6-8 weeks later.   Do
                             not spray trees within the year in which
                             fruit to be harvested is set.
               Sprout inhibitor.
               before harvest.
     Apply 1-2 weeks
               Sprout inhibitor.  Apply k-6 weeks before
               harvest.  Do not use on seed potatoes.

               Preplant application in spring, plow
               k-Q days later, prepare land, and plant
               immediately.

               Sucker control-  Top plants when in full
               flower, remove all suckers.  Direct
               coarse spray toward upper 1/3 - 1/2
               plant leaves.
  *maleic hydrazide

  Issued:  5-31-69
                    I-D-63

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                 S-(0,0-DIISCPRGFYL PHOSPHORODITHIGATE) ESTER OF
                     N-(2-MERCAPTOETHYL) BENZENESULFOHAMIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
UMETATICNS
 Broccoli
 Brussels sprouts
 Cabbage
 Carrots
   0.1
    0.1
   0.1
                             lb. actual/A.
               Preplant  soil  incorporation  once  pei
               year.
                              - or -
               Preenergence am face application  once
               per year  followed by sprinkler  or furro*1
               irrigation.  Do not plant  other than
               label rpecified crops for  lb norths
               after treatment.

               Preplant  soil  incorporation  once  per ;,ear.
                              -or-
               Preemergence surface application  once per
               year followed  by sprinkler or furrov
               irrigation.  Do not plant  othei Shan label
               specified crops for lb months after
               treatment.

               Use restricted  to Southern States and
               California.  Preplant soil incorporation
               once per  year.
                              -or-
               Preetner^ence surface application  once per
               year followed by sprinkler or fvrrow
               irrigation.  Do not plant  other then label
               specified crops for 16 months after-
               treatment .

              Use restricted to Texas.
               Preplant  soil incorporation once per year.
               Do not feed treated carrots to livestock.
                             -or-
               Preemergence surface application  once per
               year followed by sprinkler or furrow
               irrigation.  Do not plant  other than
               label specified crops for  18 months after
               treatment.  Do not feed treated carrots
               to livestock.
  *bensulide
  Issued:  5-31-72
                       I-D-65.1

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                 S-(0,0-DIISOPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE)  ESTER OF
                     N-(2-MERCAPTOETHYL)  BENZENESULFONAMIDE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
             LIMITATIONS
 Cauliflower
 Cotton
 Cucumber
 Grass
  (seed crop)
 Lettuce
   0.1
   0.1
 (cotton-
   seed)
   0.1
                     NF
   0.1
                              Ib.  actual/A.
               10
Preplant soil incorporation once per year
                -or-
Preemergence surface application once per
year followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Preplant surface application once per
year before furrowing and preplant
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Preemergence surface application once per
year followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Use restricted to Arizona, New Mexico and
Texas.  Preplant soil incorporation once
per year before or after furrowing
followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Preplant soil incorporation once per
year.  Do not plant other than label
specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Use restricted to Idaho, Oregon, and
Washington.  Surface application during
harvest or after straw removal, but
before weed seed germination.  Do not
feed straw to livestock.  Do not graze
livestock in treated fields.

Preplant soil incorporation once per
year.  Do not plant other than label
specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.
Issued:   11-15-72
                                        I-D-65.2

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                  S-(0,0-DIISOPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE) ESTER OF
                      N-(2-MERCAPTOETHYL) BENZENESULFONAMIDE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
             LIMITATIONS
 Melons:
  Cantaloupes
  Crenshaws
  Muskmelons
  Persian melons
  Watermelons

 Onions
  (dry bulb)
 Peppers
  Bell
  (seeded)
  Chili
   0.1
   0.1
   0.1
   0.1
                             Ib. actual/A.
Preplant soil incorporation once per
year.  Do not plant other than label
specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.
Use restricted to New Mexico and Texas.
Preplant soil incorporation once per
year.
                -or-
Preemergence surface application once per
year followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Use restricted to growing regions in
Arizona, California and the Southern
States.  Preplant soil incorporation
once per year.
                -or-
Use restricted to growing regions in
Arizona, California and the Southern
States.  Preemergence surface application
once per year followed by sprinkler or
furrow irrigation.  Do not plant other
than label specified crops for 18 months
after treatment.

Use restricted to Southwestern States.
Preplant soil incorporation once per yean
                -or-
Use restricted to Southwestern States.
Preemergence surface application once
per year followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.
Issued:   11-15-72
                      I-D-65.3

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                   S-(0,0-DIISOPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE) ESTER OF
                       N-(2-MERCAPTOETHYL) BENZENESULFONAMIDE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
  Tomatoes
   (transplanted
       or
   direct seeded)
  Squash:
   Summer
   Winter
                     0.1
                     0.1
          Ib. actual/A.

                5
Preplant soil incorporation once per year
                -or-
Preemergence surface application once per
year followed by sprinkler or furrow
irrigation.  Do not plant other than
label specified crops for 18 months after
treatment.

Preplant soil incorporation once per year
Do not plant other than label-specified
crops for 18 months after treatment.
Issued:   11-15-72
                     I-D-65.4

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PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Defoliant
                           EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                                         YL-2-ETHYLHEXANOIC ACID; 2,2,3,5-
                                 iuw ^	.  2,4-DIMETHYL-2-ISOPROPYLPENTANOIC
                                 Arnf ~AHD  RELATED  TSOMERS*
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
    DOSAGE
              LIMITATICNS
  Cotton
   1
 cotton-
 seed)
Ib. actual/A.

    12.5
Harvest aid.   Apply when TOyo or more
of cotton bolls are open.   Do not feed
gin trash or  cotton forage to livestock.
  *Neodecanoic acid

  Issued:  5-31-69
                    I-D-66

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                      EPA Compendium of  Registered Pesticides
                        DIMETHYL TETRACHLOROTEREPHTHALATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMDIATXCWS: WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMmATICHS
(ppm;

Beans :
Field, dry
Beans:
Snap
(succulent)
Broccoli
Brussels
sprouts
Cabbage
Cantaloupe
Cauliflower
Collards

2
dry bean:
2
succulent
1
1
1
1
1
2
Ibs . actual/A.
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5
10.5

Soil application at time of seeding.
Do not graze treated areas or feed plant
parts to livestock.
Soil application at time of seeding .
Do not graze treated areas or feed
plant parts to livestock.
Soil application at time of seeding or
immediately after transplanting.
Soil application at time of seeding or
immediately after transplanting.
Soil application at time of seeding or
immediately after transplanting.
Soil application 4-6 weeks after seeding .
Soil application at time of seeding or
immediately after transplanting.
Soil application at time of seeding.
   *  [Apply only to mineral soils]
   * Proprietary name: "Dacthal"
Issued: 6-30-75
I-D-67.1
Replaces page issued 4-9-71

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                       DIMETHYL TET1 ACHLOROTE^EFHTHALATh
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Corn:
Field
Sweet









Cotton







C.G;
(jrain)
*~ C.j;
(sveet
corn
(kernel.
plu Q c ob
with husks
re; iovec )
C.h
(ioraje
j-'cduer )
0 . ฃ?
(cottcu-
seed)




ILt. acti-al/A.
10.^











ic . s

T-5





frcc'.r.crgerice .











Soil application tit ti'.ie of seeding.

Soil application at tLae oi last
cultivation (la;/ -by). Do not ^.raae
treated areas or feed plant refuse to
livestock. Do not apply after peak
bleo;,i or vithin ^5 days of harvest.
Issued:
                                      I-D-67.2

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                            DIMETHYL TETRACHLOROTEREPHTHALATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cucumbers
Eggplant


Garlic

Honeydew melons
Kale
Lettuce: (head)

(leaf)

Mung beans
(dry)

Mustard greens
Onions



Peppers



Potatoes


'
1
1


1

1
2
2

2

2
(dry
beans ]
5
1



2



2


Ibs. actual/A.
10.5
10.5


10.5

10.5
10.5
10.5

10.5

10.5


10.5
10.5



10.5



10.5



Soil application 4-6 weeks after seeding.
Soil application at time of transplanting
and at time of last cultivation (lay-by,
up to 6 weeks after transplanting) .
Soil application at time of seeding or
at time fo transplanting.
Soil application 4-6 weeks after seeding.
Soil application at time of seeding.
Single soil application 1-6 weeks after
seeding.
Single soil application 1-3 weeks after
emergence.
Soil application at time of seeding.
Do not graze treated areas or feed
plant parts to livestock.
Soil application at time of seeding.
Soil application at time of seeding or
at time of transplanting and at time of
last cultivation (lay-by, up to 14 weeks
after seeding or transplanting) .
Broadcast soil application at time of
transplanting and at time of last
cultivation (lay-by, up to 6 weeks
after transplanting) .
Soil application at time of planting or
drag off or at time of last cultivation
(lay-by, up to 9 weeks after planting)
**
    Issued:   12-20-74
I-D-67.3

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                       DIMETHYL TETRACHLOROTEREPHTHALATE
     USE
TOLERANCE     DOSAQE
  (ppm)
                                LIMEEATIONS
Southern peas
  (blackeyed)
Soybeans
Squash:
  Summer
  Winter

Strawberries
  (new plantings

  (established
  plantings)
Sweetpotatoes




Tomatoes


Turnips




Watermelons

Yams
 (greens)
    2
  (roots)

    1

    2
Ibs.  actual/A.

      10.5



      10.5



      10.5


       9.0


       9-0



      10.5



      10.5


      10.5



      10.5

      10.5
                             Soil application  at time  of  seeding.
                             Do not  graze  treated  areas or  feed
                             plant parts to  livestock.

                             Soil application  at time  of  seeding.
                             Do not  graze  treated  areas or  feed
                             plant parts to  livestock.

                             Broadcast  soil  application k-6 weeks
                             after seeding.
                             Broadcast  soil application at time of
                             transplanting.

                             Broadcast  soil application in fall and
                             early  spring.  Do  not apply after first
                             bloom.

                             Broadcast  soil application at time of
                             transplanting and  at time of last
                             cultivation  (lay-by, up to 6 weeks after
                             transplanting).

                             Broadcast  soil application k-6 weeks
                             after transplanting.

                             Soil application at time of seeding.
Soil application k-6 weeks after seeding.

Broadcast soil application at time of
transplanting and at time of last
cultivation (lay-by, up to 6 weeks after
transplanting).
Issued:  1-31-69
                                   I-D-67.4

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                               N.N-DIMETHXLDODECYLAMINE ACETATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
  Tobacco
           Ibs.  actual/A.

                1-5
               Sucker control.  Top plants from early
               to full flower stage and remove
               elongated suckers.  Direct coarse spray
               toward stalk from 6-10 inches above
               plant.  Repeat application when
               secondary suckers are less than 1/2
               inch long.   Do not apply to Burley
               tobacco.
  Issued:  8-31-68
                        I-D-68

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                             1|,6-DINITRO-0-CRESOL*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Resulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppn)
DOSAGE
LZMEXATIOnS
  Apple s
  0.02
                              Ib. actual/A.
               Use restricted to Pacific Northwest.
               Blossom thinning.  Apply in 1,000 gallons
               >rater when 7C-80$ of blossoms: are open.
  *DNOC

  Issued:   5-22-70
                       I-D-70

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                    4,6-DINITRO-o-CRESOL  (SODIUM SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S

GENERAL  INFORMATION:  A  chemical blossom  thinning agent.  Toxic to  fish
                      and wildlife.

MODE OF  ACTION:  Prevents germination of  pollen, inhibits pollen tube growth
                 and injures  the stigma to the extent  that it can no longer
                 function.
*DNOC (sodium salt)

Issued:   10-20-75                  I_D-7i.]_

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                    4,6-DINITRO-o-CRESOL (SODIUM SALT)

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  APPLES                 0.02 ppm

  1.22                   Blossom thinning.  For Delicious and Winesap
(in 900 gal. water)      varieties.  Apply when 70-80% of the blossoms
                         are open with a full volume spray.  Complete
                         wetting of all flowers is essential.  Do not
                         use a concentrated spray solution, or spray
                         after 90% of the blossoms are open.

  1.22-3.05              Blossom thinning.  For Golden Delicious,
(in 900 gal. water)      Jonathan and Yellow Newton varieties.  Refer
                         to the above use directions.
Issued:  10-20-75               I-D-71.2

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                               DINOSEB*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide; Desiccant          PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A non-selective contact herbicide.  Toxic to fish and
                      wildlife.  Best weed control attained during warm weather.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Flaccidity and desiccation.

MODE OF ACTION:  Direct cell necrosis at high dosages; disruption of ATP
                 formation at lower dosages.

WEEDS CONTROLLED:

     a)  Most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses.
     b)  Repeat applications are usually necessary to control
         the regrowth of perennial weeds.
*DNBP
*2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol
*2-(1-methylpropyl)-4,6-dinitrophenol

Issued:  3-30-77                I-D-72.1

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   ALFALFA

   1.88-3.75
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   ALFALFA (seed crop)

   1.25-1.88
   ALMONDS
   1.25-10.0
  APPLES
  1.25-10.0
      0.1 ppra (alfalfa and hay)

      Apply to established stands when dormat, after
      grazing in winter, or immediately after cutting during
      the growing season before regrowth begins.   Do
      not graze or feed forage from treated areas within
      6 weeks after application.

      0.1 ppm (alfalfa and hay)

      Preharvest desiccant.  Apply 3-6 days before
      harvest.  Use the higher rates during cool,
      cloudy weather or where the foliage is dense.
      Do not allow seed or forage from treated areas
      to be used for food or feed purposes.  Do not
      graze new growth in treated areas within 6 weeks
      after application.

      0.1 ppm (almonds and hulls)
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Apply uniformly as a directed spray across
      the lower 6-12 in. of the tree trunks to
      the ground cover.  Avoid spraying crop foliage,
      fruit or nuts.  Make 3 or 4 applications per year
      as needed.  Do not allow livestock to graze on
      treated ground cover.

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:   3-30-77
      I-D-72.2

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   APRICOTS
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.25-2.5
      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same Information).

      0.1 ppm (beans, forage and hay)

      Preplant.   Apply after weeds have emerged and
      just before planting.
      -OR-
      Preemergence.  Apply after weeds have emerged
      and Just after planting.  Any crop plants that
      are up at the time of spraying may be seriously
      injured or killed.
   BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL    0.1 ppm (trefoil and hay)
     (seed crop)

   1.25-1.88
      Preharvest desiccant.
      (same information).
Refer to ALFALFA (seed crop)
   BLACKBERRIES
       2.5
       1.25
      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.

      New cane and weed control.   Apply as a directed
      spray in the spring when new canes are 3-6
      in.  tall.   Apply up to 24 in.  high on the canes
      Crop foliage and fruit buds  wet by the spray
      may be killed.   Use a directed spray across the
      base of the canes and away from new canes for
      control of weeds only.  Make no more than 4
      applications per season.

      Undesired  fruiting spur and  weed control.  Apply
      as  a directed spray in fall  after harvest to
      lower 18 in.  of canes.  Make no more than 4
      applications per season.
Issued:   3-30-77
           I-D-72.3

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  BLUEBERRIES


  1.25-2.5
Compendium of Registered Pesticides

          DINOSEB

   Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  BOYSENBERRIES


     2.5


     1.25


  CHERRIES



  1.25-10.0

  CITRUS



  1.25-10.0

  CLOVER (seed crop)

  1.25-1.88
   0.1 ppm
   30 day preharvest interval.

   Apply as a directed spray before weeds are
   6 in. tall.  Avoid spray contact with crop
   foliage, blossoms or fruit.  Apply 3-4 times
   per year as needed.  Use only on plantings 2 years
   old or older.

   0.1 ppm
   30 day preharvest interval.

   New cane and weed control.  Refer to BLACKBERRIES
   (same information).

   Undesired fruiting spur and weed control.  Refer
   to BLACKBERRIES (same information).

   0.1 ppm
   30 day preharvest interval.
   Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

   Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

   0.1 ppm
   30 day preharvest interval.
   Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

   Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

   0.1 ppm (clover and hay)

   Preharvest desiccant.   Refer to ALFALFA (seed crop)
   (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-D-72.4

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Crops and Dosage
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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   CORN (field,
       sweet and pop)
   1.25-2.5

   1.25-2.5

   CUCUMBERS

       0.94


   CURRANTS


   1.25-2.5

   FIGS



   1.25-10.0

   FILBERTS



   1.25-10.0

   FLAX (seed crop)

   1.69
Compendium of Registered Pesticides

         DINOSEB

  Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   GOOSEBERRIES


   1.25-2.5

Issued:  3-30-77
  0.1 pptn (fodder and forage; grain including
  popcorn; fresh corn including sweet corn
  (kernels plus cob with husk removed))

  Preplant.  Refer to BEANS (same information).
  -OR-
  Preemergence.  Refer to BEANS (same information).

  0.1 ppm

  Preemergence.  Apply at least one day before the
  emergence of the crop.

  0.1 ppm
  30 day preharvest interval.

  Refer to BLUEBERRIES (same information).

  0.1 ppm
  30 day preharvest interval.
  Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed

  Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

  0.1 ppm
  30 day preharvest interval.
  Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

  Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

  N.F.

  Preharvest desiccant.  Apply 3-6 days
  before harvest.  Mix with 10 gal. water
  for aerial applications.  Do not graze
  treated areas or feed treated forage to
  livestock.  Do not use seed from treated
  fields for food, feed or oil purposes.

  0.1 ppm
  30 day preharvest interval.

  Refer to BLUEBERRIES (same information).

       I-D-72.5

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   GRAPES


   1.25-2.5

   HOPS


   0.63
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   LOGANBERRIES


       2.5


      1.25


   NECTARINES



   1.25-10.0

   OLIVES



   1.25-10.0
      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.

      Refer to BLUEBERRIES (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      14 day preharvest interval.

      Apply as a directed spray to the ground and
      lower 2-4 feet of hop bines after they are 8
      or more feet tall.  Do not exceed 4 applications
      per growing season.  Do not apply to young replants
      in mature plantings or to plants in "baby" hop yards.

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      New cane and weed control.
      (same information).
Refer to BLACKBERRIES
      Undesired fruiting spur and weed control.  Refer
      to BLACKBERRIES (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:    3-30-77
             I-D-72.6

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  PEACHES



  1.25-10.0

  PEARS



  1.25-10.0

  PEAS (seed crop)

  1.25-1.88


  PECANS



  1.25-10.0

  PLUMS



  1.25-10.0
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.1 ppm (peas, forage and hay)

      Preharvest desiccant.  Refer to ALFALFA
      (seed crop) (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
               I-D-72.7

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   POTATOES

   1.25-2.5

   1.25-2.5

   1.25-2.5
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  PRUNES



   1.25-10.0

   RASPBERRIES


       2.5


      1.25
      0.1 ppm

      Preplant.  Refer to BEANS (same information).
      -OR-
      Preemergence.  Refer to BEANS (same information).

      Preharvest vine killing.  Apply 10-20 days before
      harvest.  Use the higher dosage rate during cool,
      cloudy weather, or where potato vine growth is
      especially heavy.  Thorough coverage of foliage
      and stems is essential.  Split applications are
      recommended for heavy vine growth:  use one-
      half the dosage and repeat 5-7 days later with
      one-half the dosage.  Do not spray exposed tubers
      or graze treated areas.

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruits accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.

      New cane and weed control.  Refer to BLACKBERRIES
      (same information).

      Undesired fruiting spur and weed control.  Refer
      to BLACKBERRIES (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
           I-D-72.8

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   SOYBEANS

   1.25-2.5

   1.25-2.5

   1.25-2.5


   1.25-2.5
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   SOYBEANS
    (seed crop)

   1.25-1.88


   STRAWBERRIES

   1.25-1.88



   1.25


   WALNUTS



   1.25-10.0
      0.1 ppm (Soybeans); 1 ppm (forage and hay)

      Preplant.  Refer to BEANS (same information).
      -OR-
      Preemergence.  Refer to BEANS (same information).

      Preplant control of emerged annual weeds for crop
      to be planted without tillage in small grain stubble.
      -OR-
      Preemergence control of emerged annual weeds
      for crop planted without tillage in small
      grain stubble.  Apply just after planting.  Any
      crop plants that are up at the time of
      spraying may be seriously injured or killed.

      0.1 ppm (soybeans), 1 ppm (forage and hay)
      Preharvest desiccant.  Befer to ALFALFA  (seed
      crop) (same information).

      0.1 ppm

      Use limited to Pacific coast states.  Apply as
      an overall treatment when strawberries are completely
      dormant.

      Use limited to Eastern states.  Apply to shoulders and
      middles only while strawberries are completely dormant.

      0.1 ppm
      30 day preharvest interval.
      Destroy all fruit accidentally sprayed.

      Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:   3-30-77
            I-D-72.9

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AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

   Ar ound build ings,
   Fencerows,
   Storage areas, etc.

   1.25-7.50
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DINOSEB

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
ORNAMENTALS

   GLADIOLUS

      0.94


RIGETS-OF-WAY

   Highway,
   Railroad,
   Utility

   1.25-7.50

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

   Ar ound b u i Id ing s ,
   Fencerovs,
   Poleyards,
   Tank farms,
   Airfields.'
   Storage areas, etc.

   1.25-7.50


AQUATIC AREAS

   Ditchbanks

   1.25-7.50
      N.F.
      Spray to thoroughly wet weed growth.  Use
      the higher dosages on dense vegetation.  Retreat
      as necessary to maintain satisfactory control.
      Do not graze livestock on treated areas.
      N.F.

      Preemergence.  Apply at least one day before the
      emergence of the crop.
      N.F.
      Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information),
      N.F.
      Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same
      information).
      N.F.
      Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same information),
Issued:   3-30-77
                  I-D-72.10

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                   DINOSEB  (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
                  THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide; Desiccant        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: S, G

GENERAL INFORMATION:     A water soluble selective herbicide.  Toxic to
                         fish and wildlife.  Best weed control attained
                         during warm weather.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Flaccidity and desiccation.

MODE OF ACTION:  Direct cell necrosis at high dosages; disruption of ATP
                 formation at lower dosages.

WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   a) Most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses.
   b) Repeat applications are usually necessary to control the
      regrowth of perennial weeds.
*DNBP(alkanolamine salts of the ethanol and isopropanol series)
*2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (alkanolamine salts of the ethanol and
 isopropanol series)
*2-(l-methylpropyl)-4,6~dinitrophenol  (alkanolamine salts of the ethanol
 isopropanol series)

Issued:   3-30-77                I-D-73.1

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ALFALFA

   1.13-1.5
(in 30 gal. water)
   0.75-1.13
(in 30 gal. water)
 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5-3.0
(in 60-100 gal. water)
ALMONDS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)
APPLES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm (alfalfa and hay)

       Apply to new plantings when crop seedlings have
       two or more leaves and weeds are small.  Do not
       graze or feed treated forage to livestock within
       six weeks after spraying.

       Apply to established stands as soon as chickweed
       appears.  Repeat the treatment if new chickweed
       seedlings emerge after the initial spraying.
       Do not graze or feed treated forage to livestock
       within six weeks after spraying.

       Dormant application to control well established
       chickweed.  Use the higher dosage rate on larger
       weeds or when temperatures are below 55ฐF.  Heavy
       weed growth may require a second application.
       Do not graze or feed treated forage to livestock
       within six weeks after spraying.

       0.1 ppm (almonds and hulls)
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Apply as a directed spray to the orchard floor
       and no higher than 12 inches on the tree
       trunks.  Treat the entire soil area when weeds
       are in the one or two leaf stage.  Apply 0.25  to
       1.0 inch of irrigation water (basin or sprinkler)
       if no rain occurs within a few days.   Repeat the
       treatment as needed but use no more than four
       applications per year.  Keep spray off fruit
       and foliage.  Do not allow livestock to
       graze treated areas.

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.2

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

APRICOTS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

BARLEY (alone or
       underseeded
        to legumes)

   1.13-1.5
(in 30-50 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
BEANS

   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)

   7.5-9.0
(in 30 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information)
       0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
       Postemergence.  Apply when grain is 2-6 inches
       tall and weeds are small.  Use the lower rate
       during periods of cloudy weather.  Use a total
       of 10-15 gal. of spray per acre for aerial
       applications.  Do not graze or feed treated
       forage to livestock within six weeks after
       spraying.

       0.1 ppm  (beans, forage and hay)

       Preplant.  Apply to previously tilled fields
       (stale seedbeds) to planting.  Use the higher
       rates where grass seedlings predominate.  Use
       3-10 gal. of spray mixture for aerial applications
                         -OR-
       Preemergence.  Apply as above to previously tilled
       fields (stale seedbeds) immediately after planting,

       Preemergence.  Apply at or shortly after planting.
       Do not use on very light sandy soils containing
       little or no organic matter.
                         -OR-
   3.0-4.5
(in 30 gal. water)
       Emergence.  Apply after weeds have emerged and
       beans are not beyond the crook stage as an overall
       spray.
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.3

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BEANS (cont'd)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5
   1.88
   2.25
(in 75 gal. water)

BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
CHERRIES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

CITRUS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

CLOVER (Ladino
        and Red)
       Postemergence.  Use limited to field beans grown
       west of the Rocky Mountains.  Apply as an overall
       spray after first trifoliate bean leaves have
       reached full size but before bloom and when
       broadleaf weeds are not more than 2-3 inches tall.
       Dosage determined by the maximum air temperature
       expected within 24 hours.  Do not apply by aircraft
       or use less than 75 gal. of spray volume per acre.
       Do not graze or feed treated forage to livestock
       within 6 weeks after spraying.

          Maximum temperature above 958F.
          Maximum temperature between 85-95ฐF.
          Maximum temperature below 85ฐF.
       0.1 ppm (trefoil and hay)

       Refer to ALFALFA (same information).

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm (clover and hay)

       Refer to ALFALFA  (same  information).
Issued: 3-30-77
            I-D-73.4

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act. /A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS
 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance,  Use and Limitations
CORN (Field,
      and Sweet)
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)

   7.5-9.0
(in 30 gal. water)

   3.0-4.5
(in 30 gal. water)
COTTON

   1.5-2.25
(in 40 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm (fodder and forage; grain including
       popcorn; fresh corn including sweet corn
       (kernels plus cob with husk removed))

       Preplant.   Apply to previously tilled fields
       (stale seedbeds) prior to planting.  Use the higher
       rates where grass seedlings predominate.  Use
       3-10 gal.  of spray mixture for aerial applications.

       -OR-

       Preemergence.  Apply as above to previously tilled
       fields (stale seedbeds) immediately after planting.

       Preemergence.  Apply as an overall spray at
       the time of planting.

       Early postemergence.  Apply as an overall spray
       when corn is not beyond the 2-leaf stage and
       weeds are small.  Severe burning of crop may
       occur if spraying is done during hot weather.

       0.1 ppm (forage, cottonseed and hulls)

       Postemergence.  Apply as a directed spray to the
       base of the cotton plants to provide maximum
       wetting of the weeds with minimum contact with
       the cotton.  Make first application when cotton
       plants are 4-5 inches tall and weeds are 1 inch
       or less in height.  Repeat the application in
       7-14 days  and if needed, follow with a third
       application any time until bolls begin to open.
       Small cotton plants completely covered by the
       spray may be killed.  Do not apply when soil
       surface is wet, when cotton plants are extremely
       succulent, or when small cotton plants are
       seriously affected by seedling diseases.
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.5

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CUCUMBERS  (direct
           seeded)

   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   3.0-4.5
(in 30 gal. water)
DATES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

FIGS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

FILBERTS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm
       Preemergence.  Use limited to Northwest,
       North Central and Northeastern states.  Plant
       the seed at least 1 inch deep.  Use the higher
       rate on heavy soils.  Do not use on sandy soils.
       Heavy rainfall soon after application may leach
       the chemical to the seed level and severely injure
       the crop.  Do not use if soil is to be covered
       with plant protectors.
CUCUMBERS (Transplants)  0.1 ppm
       Pretransplant.  Apply to well prepared soil
       early in the spring and lay the clear
       plastic mulch immediately.  Delay transplanting
       at least 2 weeks or until no yellow color
       remains under the plastic.

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.6

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

GRAPES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)
       EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

        DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
       THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

              Tolerance, Use and Limitations
MUSKMELONS
(direct
 seeded)
   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)
0.1 ppm
30 day preharvest interval.

Apply as a directed spray to the vineyard
floor and no higher than 12 inches on the
main grape stems.  Treat only vineyards where
the vines are 2 years old or older.  Treat the
entire soil area when weeds are in the one or
two leaf stage.  Apply 0.25-1.0 inch of irrigation
water (basin or sprinkler) if no rain occurs within
a few days.  Repeat the treatment as needed but use
no more than four applications per year.  Keep
spray off fruit and foliage.  Do not allow livestock
to graze treated areas.

0.1 ppm
              Preemergence.   Refer to CUCUMBERS
              (direct seeded) (same information).
MUSKMELONS (Transplants) 0.1 ppm
   3.0-4.5
(in 30 gal. water)

NECTARINES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

OATS (alone or
     underseeded
     to legumes)

   1.13-1.5
(in 30-50 gal. water)
              Pretransplant.   Refer to CUCUMBERS
              (transplants) (same information).

              0.1 ppm
              30 day preharvest interval.

              Refer to ALMONDS (same information)
              0.1 ppm (grain,  forage and straw)
              Postemergence.   Refer to BARLEY
              (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
                   I-D-73.7

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

OLIVES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

PEACHES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

PEANUTS

   9.0-12.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   6.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5
(in 30 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       30  day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm (peanuts, forage, hay and hulls)

       Preemergence.  Apply as an overall spray.


       -OR-

       Emergence. Apply as an overall spray at the
       early cracking stage.

       -OR-

       Early postemergence.  Apply as an overall
       spray from emergence up until the crop plants
       are 1.5-2 inches in diameter.  Crop foliage
       injury may be noted, particularly if temperatures
       are high.

       -AND-

       Later postemergence.  Make one or two directed
       applications when new weeds are first visible
       and up to one month after the early cracking
       stage.  Direct the spray to the base of the
       peanut plants to minimize contact with its
       foliage.
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.8

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

PEARS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

PEAS

   6.0-9.0
(in 30 gal. water)
 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   0.75-1.13
   1.13-1.50
   1.50-2.25
   2.25
PECANS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

PLUMS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm (peas, forage and hay)

       Preemergence.  Broadcast.
       Postemergence.  Apply prior to bloom when the
       peas are 2-8 inches tall and weeds are small.
       Apply only when crop foliage is dry.  Allow
       time for peas to harden following a period of
       cool, cloudy weather before spraying.  Do not
       apply after flower buds are visible.  Dosage
       is determined by maximum air temperature
       expected during the 24 hour period immediately
       following application.  Make aerial applications
       in 5-10 gal. water.  Do not graze or feed treated
       pea forage to livestock unless at least 6 weeks
       has elapsed between spraying and harvest of the
       peas.

          Maximum temperature between 80-858F.
          Maximum temperature between 75-80ฐF.
          Maximum temperature between 70-75ฐF.
          Maximum temperature below 70ฐF.
          Do not apply at temperatures above 85ฐF.

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       30  day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.9

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

POTATOES

   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   1.5-2.25
(in 30 gal. water)
PRUNES
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

PUMPKINS (direct
          seeded)

   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm

       Preplant.  Apply to previously tilled fields
       (stale seedbeds) prior to planting.  Use the
       higher rate where grass seedlings predominate.
       Use 3-10 gal. of spray mixture for aerial
       applications.

       -OR-

       Preemergence.  Apply as above to previously
       tilled fields (stale seedbeds) immediately after
       planting.

       Preemergence.  Apply as an overall spray 1-3
       days before the potatoes emerge.  Do not
       apply to light sandy soils with little or no
       organic matter.

       Desiccant.  Mix as directed on label.  Apply
       10-20 days before harvest during warm, sunny
       weather.  Complete coverage of the vines is
       essential.  Do not spray exposed tubers or
       graze treated fields.

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information).
       0.1 ppm
       Preemergence.  Refer to CUCUMBERS
       (direct seeded) (same information)
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.10

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

RYE (alone or
     underseeded
     to legumes)

   1.13-1.5
(in 30-50 gal. water)

SOYBEANS
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5-3.0
(in 30 gal. water)
   6.0-7.5
(in 30 gal. water)
   1.50
   2.25
(in 30 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
       Postemergence.  Refer to BARLEY
       (same information).

       0.1 ppm (soybeans)
       1.0 ppm (forage and hay)

       Preplant.  Apply to previously tilled fields
       (stale seedbeds) prior to planting.  Use the
       higher rate where grass seedlings predominate.
       Use 3-10 gal. of spray mixture for aerial
       applications.

       -OR-

       Preemergence.  Apply as above to previously
       tilled fields (stale seedbeds) immediately
       after planting.

       Preemergence.  Apply between planting and crop
       emergence.  Do use on very light sandy soils.

       Early postemergence.  Apply when soybeans have
       emerged and are still in the cotyledon stage
       before the first leaves open to expose the terminal
       bud.  Dosage is determined by the maximum air
       temperature expected within 24 hours.  Apply in
       3-5 gal. water for aerial applications.

          Maximum temperature between 75-95ฐF.
          Maximum temperature below 75ฐF.
          Do not apply at temperatures above 95ฐF.
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.11

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SOYBEANS (cont'd.)

   0.38-0.75
(in 20 gal. water)
 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5-3.0
(in 30-40 gal. water)
SQUASH (direct
       seeded)

   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)

STRAWBERRIES

   3.0-4.5
(in 40-60 gal. water)
       Later postemergence.  Use this overall treatment
       as a salvage program as an alternative to
       replanting.  It can be used to establish the
       height differential needed for directed sprays.
       Apply as early as when the first true leaves
       of the soybeans have expanded but no later
       than when the soybeans begin to bloom.  Apply
       in 3-10 gal. water for aerial applications.

       Directed postemergence.  Broadcast or band.  This
       may be applied within a few days after the
       later postemergence salvage program (if used).
       Otherwise, apply when soybeans are 5-6 inches
       tall and up to the time they begin to bloom.
       Direct the spray to the lower half of the soybean
       plants to provide maximum wetting of weeds with
       minimum contact to the crop.  Repeat the directed
       application once or twice at 7-14 day intervals,
       if needed.  Do not apply after the soybeans begin
       to bloom.  Reduce dosage in proportion to band area
       actually treated.  Do not graze or forage treated
       soybeans within 3 weeks after treatment.

       0.1 ppm
       Preemergence.  Refer to CUCUMBERS (direct seeded)
       (same information).

       0.1 ppm

       Use limited to established plantings in
       the Northwest.  Apply in early spring before
       bloom or after harvest.
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.12

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SWEETCLOVER



WALNUTS
   9.0-10.5
(in 90 gal. water)

WATERMELONS
(direct seeded)

   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)

WATERMELONS
(transplants)

   3.0-4.5
(in 30 gal. water)

WHEAT (alone or
       underseeded
       to legumes)

   1.13-1.5
(in 30-50 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
       0.1 ppm (clover and hay)

       Refer to ALFALFA (same information),

       0.1 ppm
       30 day preharvest interval.

       Refer to ALMONDS (same information),


       0.1 ppm
       Preemergence.  Refer to CUCUMBERS
       (direct seeded) (same information).

       0.1 ppm
       Pretransplant.  Refer to CUCUMBERS
       (transplants) (same information).

       0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
       Postemergence.  Refer to BARLEY
       (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.13

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Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

   Fencerows,
   Storage sites,
   Around farm
     buildings,
   Drainage ditch
    banks

   3.0-6.0
(in 75 gal. water)
ORNAMENTALS

DAFFODILS

   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)


GLADIOLI

   7.5-10.5
(in 30 gal. water)

LILACS

A.5-9.0 (G)
PRIVET
4.5-9.0 (G)
       N.F.
       Apply when vegetation is young and succulent
       during warm, sunny weather to thoroughly
       wet all vegetation.  Repeat application as
       needed.  Do not graze or feed treated
       vegetation to livestock.
       N.F.

       Preemergence.   Spray in late fall following
       emergence of winter annual weeds.  Do not
       apply after bulb shoots emerge above ground.

       N.F.

       Preemergence.   Apply as an overall spray just
       before crop emergence.

       N.F.

       Apply to freshly cultivated soil around
       the nursery stock when the foliage is
       dry.  Do not allow granules to stick to
       crop foliage.

       N.F.

       Refer to LILACS (same information).
Issued:   3-30-77
            I-D-73.14

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
Sites and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

ORNAMENTALS

SPIREA

   4.5-9.0 (G)

TULIPS

   3.0-6.0
(in 30 gal. water)

YEWS (TAXUS)

4.5-9.0 (G)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

   Highway,
   Railroad,
   Utility

   3.0-6.0
(in 75 gal. water)

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

   Airfields.
   Drainage ditch
     banks,
   Industrial buildings,
   Fencerows,
   Storage sites

   3.0-6.0
(in 75 gal. water)

AQUATIC AREAS

Drainage ditch banks

   1.25-7.5
 DINOSEB (ALKANOLAMINE SALTS OF
THE ETHANOL AND ISOPROPANOL SERIES)

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
       N.F.

       Refer to LILACS (same information)

       N.F.

       Preemergence.  Refer to DAFFODILS
       (same information).

       N.F.

       Refer to LILACS (same information).
       N.F.
       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information).
       N.F.
       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES
       (same information).
       N.F.
       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
            I-D-73.15

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                        DINOSEB (AMMONIUM SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A water soluble selective herbicide working principally
                      by direct contact.  It is more active at higher
                      temperatures.  Rain or sprinkle irrigation within
                      4-6 hours after foliage applications may reduce
                      weed control.  Do not apply when over 85 *F.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Flaccidity and desiccation.

MODE OF ACTION:  Direct cell necrosis at high dosages; disruption
                 of ATP formation at lower dosages.

WEED CONTROLLED:

    a)  Most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses.

    b)  Repeat applications are usually necessary to control
        the regrowth of perennial weeds.
* DNBP (ammonium salt)
* 2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (ammonium salt)
* 2-(l-methylpropyl)-4,6-dinitrophenol (ammonium salt)
Issued:  3-30-7?                 I-D-74.1

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                        DINOSEB (AMMONIUM SALT)
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  ALFALFA
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm (alfalfa and hay)
   0.5-1.0              Postemergence.  Apply to new plantings when
  (in 20-60 gal. water) crop seedlings have 2 or more trifoliate leaves,
                        but while weeds are small.  Do not graze or
                        feed treated forage to livestock within 6 weeks
                        after application.  Use 10-15 gal. water for aerial
                        applications.

   0.75-1.0             Late fall application to established stands to
  (in 20-60 gal. water) kill fall germinating weeds.  Repeat after crop
                        is dormant if necessary for adequate weed control.
                        Do not graze or feed treated forage to livestock
                        within 6 weeks after application.

  BARLEY (alone or      0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
          underseeded
          to legumes)

   0.75-1.0             Postemergence.  Apply when grain is 3-6 inches
  (in 20-60 gal. water) tall and weeds are small.  Make sure crop foliage
                        is dry at time of application.  Use 10-15
                        gal. water for aerial applications.  Do not graze
                        or feed treated forage to livestock within 6 weeks
                        after application.
  BIRDSFOOT TREFOIL
0.1 ppm (trefoil and hay)
   0.75-1.0             Postemergence.
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).
                Refer to ALFALFA  (same
Issued:   3-30-77
   I-D-74.2

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                        DINOSEB  (AMMONIUM SALT)
Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use  and Limitations
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  CLOVER  (alsike,       0.1 ppm  (clover and hay)
          ladino
          and red)

   0.5-1.0              Postemergence.  Refer  to ALFALFA  (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).

  CORN (field,          0.1 ppm  (fodder and forage; grain  including
        pop and         popcorn; fresh corn including sweet  corn
        sweet)          (kernels plus cob with husk removed))

   1.0-1.5              Postemergence.  Apply  by ground equipment only
  (in 40-60 gal. water) while corn is in the tight roll stage.

  GARLIC                0.1 ppm

   0.75-1.5             Postemergence.  Apply  after the crop is in the
  (in 20-60 gal. water) two-leaf stage, but before it is 6 inches tall.
                        When using in inland areas, use the  lower
                        dosages and do not apply if temperatures exceed
                        75ฐF.  Use 10-15 gal.  water for aerial applications.

  OATS (alone or        0.1 ppm  (grain, forage and straw)
        underseeded
        to legumes)

   0-75-1.0             Postemergence.  Refer  to BARLEY (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).

  ONIONS                0.1 ppm

   0.75-1.5             Postemergence.  Refer  to GARLIC (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).
Issued:  3-30-77              I-D-74.3

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                        DINOSEB (AMMONIUM SALT)
Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  PEAS                  0.1 ppm (peas, forage and hay)
                        6 week preharvest interval.

   0.5-0.75             Postemergence.  Apply when peas are 2-8 inches
  (in 20-60 gal. water) tall and weeds are small.  Apply before pea
                        flower buds appear.  Allow time for peas to
                        harden following cloudy weather or high
                        humidity before treating.  Do not graze or
                        feed treated forage to livestock within 6
                        weeks after spraying.  Use 10-15 gal. water for
                        aerial application.

  RYE (alone or         0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
       underseeded
       to legumes)

     0.75               Postemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).

  SWEETCLOVER           0.1 ppm (sweetclover and hay)

   0.63-0.75            Postemergence.  Refer to ALFALFA (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).

  WHEAT (alone or       0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
         underseeded
         to legumes)

   0.75-1.0             Postemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same
  (in 20-60 gal. water) information).

  ORNAMENTALS

  GLADTOLI              N.F.

   0.75                 Postemergence.  Apply when leaves are short
  (in 20-60 gal. water) and straight.  May be used after crop becomes
                        tall if the spray is directed to the base of
                        the plants and the tops of the leaves are
                        not wetted.
Issued:  3-30-77           I-D-74.4

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                     BINOSEB (TRIETHANOLAMINE SALT)*

TYPE PESTIC1LE:  Herbicide;Desiccant     PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: S,G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A water soluble selective herbicide working principally
                      by direct contact.  Light to moderate rainfall immedi-
                      ately after application will enhance weed control while
                      a heavy rainfall may cause excessive leaching of the
                      chemical from the area of activity.  Poor control will
                      result from an application during very dry conditions
                      unless overhead irrigation is used.  Do not use when
                      temperatures are expected to exceed 85CF within 24
                      hours of the application.  Use the lower dosage rates
                      on light sandy soils ard the higher rates on soils
                      with high organic contents.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PEYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Flaccid!ty and desiccation.

WDF OF ACT10K:  Direct cell necrosis at high dosages; disruption of
                 ATP synthesis at lower dosages.

ERPAT.IEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   annual morningฃ.lory Florida pus ley        purslane
   chickweed           henblt                redroot pigweed
   cocllebur           lamhsquarters         sttartweed
   common ragweed      mustard

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   barnyardgrass       foxtail               plgeongrass
   crabgrass
*JTBF  (trietl anclsnine salt)
*2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenol (triethanolaraine salt)
*2- (1-methylpropyl)-^ ,6-dinitrophenol (triethanolsmine salt)
Issued:   3-3Q-77          I-D-75.1

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 Crops  and Dosage
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 AGRICULTURAL  CROPS

 ALT1 ALFA
  1.13-1.5  (S)
    1.5  (G)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

  D1TOSEB (TRIkTEANOLAMINE SALT)

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 1.13-1.5  (S)
 2.5-3.0  (G)
BARLEY  (alone or
       underseeded
       to legumes)

 0.75-1.13  (S)
   1.0  (G)
BEAM?

4.5-6.0 (S)
4.0-7.5 (G)
     0.1 ppm (alfalfa and hay)
     F'o not graze or feed forage from treatec' fields
     to livestock within 60 days after application.

     Postemergence.  Apply when seedling have
     two or more tiue leaves.   Do not apply when crop
     is wet or temperature is  below 408P.   To
     control matted chickweed, make a second application
     in early spring before legume growth has started.
     Apply liquid formulation  in 25-40 gal. water.

     Dormant application.  Apply on warm,  surry days
     in late fall or early winter.  Do not apply vhen
     crop is vet or temperature is below 4CฐF.   To control
     matted chiclcweed,  make a  second application in
     early spring before legume growth has started.
     Apply liquid formulation  in 25-40 gal. water.

     0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
     Do not graze or feed forage from treated fields
     to livestock within 60 days after application.

     Posteraergence.   Apply when grain is 3-6 inches
     tall and weeds are small.   Do not apply if the
     crop is wet.   Apply liquid formulation in  25-40 gal.
     water.

     0.1 ppm (beans, forage and hay)

     Preemergence.   Broadcast  or band.   Apply at planting or
     before  crop emerges.   Do  not use on light, sandy soils.
     Do not  apply the spray solution  to vet soil.   Reduce
     dosage  in proportion to band atea actually treated.
     Apply liquid  formulation  in 25-40 gal.  water.
Issued:  3-30-7?
              I-D-75.2

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BIEDSFOOT TREFOIL
   EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

     DINOSEB (TRIETfcANOLAMINE SALT)

        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
CLOVER (Ladlno
        and Red)
CORN (field,
      pop and
      sweet)

 4.5-6.0 (S)
 4.0-7.5 (G)
 1.5-3.0 (S)
  2.0 (G)
CUCUMBERS

  3.0 (S)
(in 25-40 gal.
        0.1 ppm (trefoil and hay)
        Do not graze or feed forage from treated fields
        to livestock within 60 days after application.

        Refer to ALFALFA (same information).

        0.1 pptn (clover and hay)
        Bo not graze or feed fcrage from treated fields
        to livestock within 60 days after application.

        Refer to ALFALFA (same information).

        0.1 ppm (fodder and forage; grain including
        popcorn; fresh corn including sweetcorn  (kernels
        plus cob with husk removed))

        Preemergence.  Apply at planting to no later than
        24 hours after planting.  Do not apply to light,
        sandy soils or to shallow planted corn.  Apply
        liquiO formulation in 25-40 gal. water.

        Postemergence.  Apply when corn is in the
        tight roll to two-leaf stage and weeds are
        small.  Do not apply if temperatures exceed
        85eF.  Apply liquid formulation in 25-4C gal.
        water.
        0.1 ppm

        Preemergence.  Apply over seeds planted at
water)  least 1 inch deep.  Do not use on light,
        sandy soils or if soil is to be covered
        with plant protectors.
Issued:  3-30-77
             I-D-75.3

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

OATS (alone or
      underseed
      to leguir.es)

  0.75-1.13 (S)
  1.62  (G)

PEANUTS

  6-9 (S)
  6-10  (G)
     3  (S)
(in 30 gal. water)

    1.5  (S)
(In 30 gal. water)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

  DIITOSEB (TRIETHANOI.AMINE SALT)

     Tolerance, TTse. and Limitations
PEAS
  3-6 (S)
  3-7.5(G)
  0.75-1.12 (S)
      1.0 (G)
     0.1 pptn  (grain, forage and straw)
     Do net graze- or feed forage from treated fields
     to livestock within 60 days after applications.
     Postemcrgence.
     information).
Refer to BARLEY  (same
     0.1 ppm  (peanuts, forage, hay and hulls)

     Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply between planting
     and plants just cracking soil surface.  Best results
     with solution obtained when the lower dosage is  applied
     as plants begin to break soil surface.  Apply  liquid
     formulation ir> 25-40 gal. water.

     Postenergence.  Broadcast.  At early cracking  stage
     until plants are 1.5 inches in diameter.

     Late Postemergence.  By shielding the peanuts  with
     fenders or similar devices, to protect the plants
     from roost of the spray, one or two directed
     applications may be made up to one month after
     the early cracking stage.  Apply wher. nc\; weeds  arc
     first visible.

     0.1 ppm  (peas, forage and hay)
     Tto not graze or feed forage or hay from treated  fields
     to livestock within 60 days after application.

     Pre.en\ergence.  Use the higher dosage immediately
     after planting ar.d reduce the dosage to 3 Ibs. act./A.
     as the time of emergence approaches.  Apply liquid
     formulation in 10-AC gal. water.

     Poster.er,rerce.  Apply when peas arc 2-6" tall  and weeds
     are. small.  Kake sure crcp foliage is cry.  Allow time
     for peas tc harden following a period of cool, cloudy
     weather before spraying.  r*o not apply after flover
     buds are visible.  Apply liquid formulation ir 25-40
     gal. water for grour.d application and 5-10 gal.  vater
     fcr aerirl application.
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-D-75.4

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

POTATOES

  3-6 (S)
  3-6 (G)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

  DIKOSEB (TRIETEANOLAM1NE SALT)

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   1.5-2.25 (S)
PUMPKINS

  3-6 (s)
(In 25-40 gal. water)

F.YF (alone or
     underseeded
     to legumes)

  G.75-1.13 (S)
    1.0  (C)

SOYBEANS
   4.5-6 (S)
   4-6  (G)
     0.1 ppm

     Preemergence.  Broadcast 1-3 days before emergence.
     Use the higher rate, if grasses are a problem.  If a
     few crop plants have emerged, leaves may be burned
     but recover quickly.  Apply liquid formulation in
     30-100 gal. water.

     Pre-harvest vine killing.  Spray 10-20 days before
     harvest during warm sunny weather.  Complete spray
     coverage IE essential.  Do not spray exposed tubers.
     Do not graze treated fields.

     0.1 ppm

     Fefer to CUCUMBERS  (same informatior).
     0.1 ppm. (grair, forage, and straw)
     Do not graf.p. or feed forage: from treated fields
     to livestock within 60 days after application.

     Postemergence.  Refer to B/RLFY (same information).
     0.1 ppm. (Soybeans)
     1.0 ppm. (forage and hay)

     Preemergence.  Band or blanket.  Do not use on light
     sandy soil.  Reduce dosage in proportion to band area
     actually treated.  Apply liquid formulation in 25-40
     gal. water.
Issued:  3-30-77
               I-D-75.5

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SOYBEAN  (con't.)
    3  (S)
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
    2.25  (S)
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
     1.5  (S)
 (in 25-40 gal. water)
SQUASH

  3-6 (S)
(in 25-40 gal. water)

STRAWBERRIES

  3-4.5  (S)
    3 (G)

SVEETCLOVER
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  DITTOSFB (TRIF.TFANOLAMINE SALT)

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
WEF.AT (alone or
       underseeded
       to legume)

  0.75-1.13 (S)
       1.0 (G)
     Postemergence.  Apply during cotyledon to
     first true leaf stage and to seedling weeds.  I)o
     not spray if soil is wet.

       If expected temperature within 24 hrs. of spraying
       is below 70ฐF.
       If expected temperature within 24 hrs. of spray'ng
       is between 70*F-80"F.
       If expected temperature within 24 hrs. of spraying
       is between 80ฐF-95ฐF.
       Do not apply spray if temperature is above 95*7.

     0.1 ppm

     Preemerger.ee.  Refer to CUCUMBERS (same information).


     0.1 ppm

     Apply as a dormant treatment on established
     plantings.  Apply liquid formulation in 25-40 gal. water,

     0.1 ppm (sweetclover and hay).
     Do  not graze or feed forage from treated fields
     to  livestock within 60 days after application.

     Refer to ALFALFA (same information).

     0.1 ppm (grain, forage and straw)
     Do  not graze or feed forage from treated fields
     to  livestock within 60 days after application.

     Postemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same
     information).
Issued:  3-39-77
         I-D-75.6

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 (Ibs. act./A.)
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   DINOSEB (TTSTETHANOLAM1NE SALT)

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

Drainage Ditchbanks    N.F.
Fence Rows
Rights of Way
Storage Yards

   1.5-2.25 (S)        Treat vhen vegetation is young and succulent.
(ir 25-40 gal. water)  Apply during warm sunny veather for best results.
OR1IAMENTALS

DAFFODILS

   3-e (s)
   9-10 (G)

GLADIOLUS

   3-6 (S)
   9-10 (G)

LILAC

  5-9 (G)
PRIVET
   5-9 (G)
     N.F.

     Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Apply liquid
     formulation in 30 gal. water.

     N.F.

     Preemergence.  Refer to DAFFODILS (same information),
     N.F.

     Use on freshly cultivated soil to prevent new
     wee*! growth.  Hake sure granules c!o not stick
     to crop foliage.
     N.F.

     Refer to LILAC
(same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-D-75.7

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Bites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

ORNAMENTALS

SPIREA

  5-9 (G)

TAXUS

  5-9 (G)

TULIPS

  3-6 (S)
  9-10 (G)

RIGHT'S-OF-WAY

  Highway
  Railroad
  Utility

1.5-2.25 (S)

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  Fence Hows
  Storage sites

   1.5-2.25 (S)
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   DTNOSEB (TRIETHANOLAMINE SALT)

     Tolerance, Use and Limitations
     N.F,

     Refer to LILAC (same Information).

     N.F.

     Refer to I.ILAC (same Information).

     N.F.

     Refer to DAFFOILS  (same information).
     N.F.
     Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same  Information).
     N.F.
     Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same  Information).
Issued:  3-30-77
         I-P-75.8

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                     DINOSEB  (TRT.ETHANOLAMINE SALT)

                       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
                       N.F.
                       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PRFMISES  (same information),
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

  Fence^Rows

  1.5-2.25  (S)
(in 25-40 gal. water)

AQUATIC ARKAS

  Drainage ditchbanks  N.F.

     1.5-2.25  (S)      Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same information),
(in 25-40 gal. water)
         3-30-77
                       I-D-75.9

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                                       DIPHENAMID*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   WP; G




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Rerbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Apples



Blackberries
(nonbearing)

Citrus:
(nonbearing)
Limes
Oranges
Cotton





Okra


Peaches




0.1



NF


NF



0.1
(cotton-
seed)
0.2
(cotton
forage)
0.1


0.1



Ib. actual/A.
6.0



6.0


6.0



4.0





5.0


6.0




Apply to orchard floor after clean
cultivation. Do not apply when fruit is
on the tree, or within 90 days of harvest.
Do not graze livestock on treated areas.
Postplant. Apply as a directed spray to
the soil only in season of planting. Do
not apply within 12 months of harvest.
Apply to nonbearing trees any time after
weeds have been worked into soil. Do not
apply within 12 months before harvest of
crop.
Apply at planting. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on label within 6
months after treatment.



Apply at planting. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on label within 6
months after treatment.
Apply to orchard floor after clean
cultivation. Do not apply when fruit is
on the tree, or within 90 days of harvest.
Do not graze livestock on treated areas.
 *N,N-dimethyl-2,2-diphenylacetamide



Issued:  6-30-75
I-D-76.1    Replaces page issued 7-14-72

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                                    DIPHENAMID
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
     Peanuts
   0.1
(peanuts)


,  0.5
(peanut
hulls)
   2.0
(peanut
 hay, and
 forage)
Ib. actual/A.

    6.0




    3.0




    2.0
Apply at planting.  Do not plant treated
areas to crops other than those on the
label within 6 months after treatment.
               -or-
Postemergence.  Apply at soil cracking
time or within 7 days later.  Do not
plant treated areas to crops not on the
label within 6 months after treatment.
               -or-

Postemergence at layby.  Do not use if
more than 2 Ibs./acre were applied at
planting or soil cracking.  Do not plant
treated areas to crops not on the label
within 6 months after treatment.
Issued-  6-30-75
             I-B-76.1.1

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                                    DIPHENAMID
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Peppers




Potatoes


Raspberries :
(nonbearing)
Red
Black
Soybeans

Strawberries





0.1




1.0


NF

0.1
(soybeans)
0.5
(hay and
forage)
1.0




Ib. actual/A.
5.0

5.0

5.0
6.0

6.0
6.0

5.0

6.0
6.0

6.0

t
Preemergence. Apply to direct seeded
beds. Do not graze treated areas. Do
not plant treated areas to crops not on
the label.
-or-
Postemergence. Apply within 4 weeks
after seeding crop. Do not graze treated
areas. Do not plant treated areas to
crops not on the label.
-or-
Posttransplant , Apply within 4 weeks
after setting crop. Do not graze treated
areas. Do not plant treated areas to
crops not on the label.
Preemergence.
-or-
Postemergence. Apply directed spray at
layby. Do not apply within 50 days
before harvest.
Postplant. Apply as a directed spray
to the soil only in season of planting.
Do not apply within 12 months of harvest.

Preemergence. Apply at planting. Do not
plant treated areas to crops not on label
within 6 months after treatment.

Use restricted to Louisiana,
Posttransplant. Apply as overall
treatment when crop is established.
Established plants. Apply during cold
season when crop is dormant.
-or-
Postharvest. Apply after bed renovating.
Second application may be made 6 months
later. Do not apply within 60 days before
harvest.

Issued:
          7-14-72
                                       I-D-76.2

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                                     DIPHENAMID
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Sweetpotatoes




Tobacco









Tomatoes
























0.1




NF









0.1























Ib. actual /A.
6.0
6.0



6.0
6.0








6.0




6.0



6.0




6.0



6.0






Preemergence. Apply after bedding roots.
Posttransplant. Apply overtop after plants
are established. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on the label within 6
months after treatment.
Preemergence. Apply to direct seeded beds.
Pretransplant soil incorporation. Apply
within 7 days before setting. Do not plant
treated areas to crops not on the label
within 6 months after treatment.
-or-
Posttransplant soil incorporation. Apply
overtop within 7 days after setting. Do
not plant treated areas to crops not on the
label within 6 months after treatment.
Preplant soil incorporation. Apply to
direct seeded beds. Do not graze treated
areas. Do not plant treated areas to
crops not on the label.
-or-
Preemergence . Apply to direct seeded beds.
Do not graze treated areas. Do not plant
treated areas to crops not on the label.
-or-
Postemergence. Apply within 4 weeks after
seeding crop. Do not graze treated areas.
Do not plant treated areas to crops not on
the label.
-or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation. Do not
graze treated areas. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on the label.
-or-
Posttransplant. Apply within 4 weeks
after setting. Do not graze treated areas,
Do not plant treated areas to crops not on
the label.
i
i
Issued:   4-30-73
I-D-76.3

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                                  DIPHENYLAMINE




PRINCIPAL FORMULATIOHS:   L; WP; Wax emulsion;  Paper wraps






TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm;
Apples



















10



















20
Ibs. actual/A.



2000 ppm




5,000 ppm




0.1$
(paper wraps)



Scald control. Preharvest spray to
fruit within 36 hours of harvest .
Do not graze cover crops in treated
orchards . Do not use treated apple
pomace for feed .
Postharvest dip or spray within 7
days after harvest. Do not apply to
fruit receiving preharvest treatment
of diphenylamine . Do not use treated
apple pomace for feed .
Postharvest wax emulsion within 7
days after harvest. Do not apply
to fruit previously treated with
diphenylamine. Do not use treated
apple pomace for feed .
Postharvest individual wraps for fruit
not treated previously with
diphenylamine. Wrap fruit within
1 week after harvest. Do not use on
green or yellow apples.
   Issued:  5-15-72
I-D-77

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                              DIPROPETRYN*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                      PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A preemergence herbicide working mainly through
                      root absorption.  Irrigation or rainfall after
                      application will enhance weed control.  Should
                      weeds develop, a shallow cultivation or rotary
                      hoeing may improve weed control.  Cotton growing
                      on alkali soils, caliche outcroppings, or where
                      cuts, fills, or erosions have exposed calcareous
                      subsoil may be injured by the chemical.  Application
                      to emerged cotton will cause crop damage.  Do not
                      contaminate domestic or irrigation water supplies
                      or lakes, streams or ponds.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibition of photolysis of water in the photosynthetic
                 process.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

  pigweed               Russian thistle
*2-(ethylthio)-4,6-bis(isopropylamino)-s-triazine
*Proprietary name: "Sancap"

Issued: 6-30-75                I-D-78.1

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                              DIPROPETRYN
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON

  1.2
  (in at least
  20 gal. water)
  1.6
  (in at least
  20 gal. water)

  2.0
  (in at least
  20 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm.  (cottonseed)

Preemergence broadcast or band treatment.  Use
limited to sandy soils in Arizona.  Apply to
flat-planted or bedded cotton.  Apply band
only, not to exceed the width of the bottom
of the furrow, to furrow-planted cotton.
Reduce dosage in proportion to band area
actually treated.  Make application at plant-
ing or within two days following planting.  If
replanting is necessary, do not make a second
broadcast application or a second band
application in the same furrow.  A second band
application is recommended for furrow-planted
cotton if the new furrows are formed down the
untreated row middles.  Rotational crops may
be planted six months following initial
application.  Cotton stalks should be disked
or plowed under prior to planting a rotational
crop.  Do not feed treated forage to live-
stock or graze treated areas.

Use limited to loamy sand soils in new Mexico.
Refer to above paragraph (same uses).
Use limited to fine sandy loam soils in Oklahoma
and Texas.  Refer to above paragraph (same uses).
Issued: 6-30-75
     I-D-78.2

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                                 DIQUAT DIBROMIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC> s
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Desiccant
USF TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa
(seed crop)
Clover
(seed crop)
Sorghum
(seed crop)
i
Soybeans
(seed crop)
Sugarcane



NF
NF
NF
NF
0.05
(cation)


Ib. actual/A.
1.0
1.0
0.5
1.0
0.25
0.47
1.88

Preharvest desiccation, apply 3 days
before harvest. Do not graze treated
areas or feed treated forage to live-
stock. Do not use seed from treated
plants for food, feed or oil purposes.
Preharvest desiccation, apply 3 days
before harvest. Do not graze treated
areas or feed treated forage to live-
stock. Do not use seed from treated
plants for food, feed, or oil purposes.
Preharvest desiccation. Apply 1-2 weeks
before harvest when seeds have not more
than 30% moisture. Do not graze treated
areas or feed treated forage to livestock.
Do not use seed from treated plants for
feed, food, or oil purposes.
Preharvest desiccation. Apply 1 week
before harvest. Do not graze treated
areas or feed treated forage to live-
stock. Do not use seed from treated
plants for food, feed, or oil purposes.
Use restricted to Florida and Puerto Rico.
Tassel inhibition. Apply during flower
initiation. Do not apply within 3 months
before harvest. Do not graze or feed fo
forage from treated areas to livestock.
Use restricted to Hawaii. Tassel inhibi-
tion. Apply during flower initiation.
Do not apply within 5 months before
harvest. Do not graze or feed forage
from treated areas to livestock.
Use restricted to Hawaii. Postemergence
directed application to weeds less than
6 inches high. Do not apply after crop
closes in. Keep spray off cane foliage.
  *6,7-dihydrodipyrido[1,2-a:2',1'-cJpyrazinediium bromide
 Issued:   12-20-74                     I-D-80.1

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                                DIQUAT DIBROMIDE
       USE
       TOLERANCE
         (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
  Vetch
     (seed  crop)
  Agricultural
     Premises:

     Canals
     Lakes
     Ponds
          NF
         0.01
        (as
        cation)
Ib. actual/A.

     1.0
     3.0
                             5.4  ppm in
                             water
Preharvest desiccation, apply 3  days
before harvest.  Do not graze treated
areas or feed treated forage to live-
stock.  Do not use seed from treated
plants for food, feed, or oil purposes.
Apply in 150-200 gallons of spray to
foliage of floating weeds.
                                   Inject below water surface for control
                                   of submerged weeds.   Do not use treated
                                   water for human or animal consumption,
                                   spraying, or for overhead irrigation
                                   within 10 days after treatment.  Do not
                                   apply to muddy water.
Issued:
12-20-74
       I-D-80.2

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                               DISODIUM METHANEARSONATE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:     wp. L

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
      Citrus
        (bearing)

      Grapefruit
      Lemons
      Limes
      Oranges
      Tangerines

      Cotton
                  (as
    0.35
     Agricultural
      premises:

      Drainage
       ditchbanks
   0.7
 (cotton-
  seed)
   0.9
 (cotton-
  seed
  hulls)
 Extended
Ib. actual/A.

   4.9
               2.3
                                 3.0
  4.5
                            Not for use in Florida.  Postemergence
                            directed spray to grove floor in inter-
                            spaces and around base of trees.  Spray
                            unwanted vegetation to just short of
                            runoff.  Do not exceed 3 applications per
                            year.  Do not allow spray to contact
                            fruit, leaves, stems or bark of trees.
                Postemergence topical application.   Apply
                once when cotton has 1-2 true leaves to
                first square.  Do not feed treated  foliage
                to livestock or graze treated areas.

                Postemergence application.  Apply one or
                two directed sprays (only one if following
                topical application) to weeds when cotton
                is 3-4 inches tall and before first bloom.
                Keep spray off cotton foliage.  Do not
                apply after first bloom.  Do not graze or
                feed forage from treated areas to live-
                stock.
Apply to weeds.  Repeat when weeds reappear
Do not graze treated areas.  Do not
contaminate waters used for domestic
consumption, or by animals, wildlife and
aquatic life, or for irrigation purposes.
      *DSMA

 Issued:  6-30-75
             I-D-82
                   Replaces page issued 7-14-72

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                                       DIURON*

PRINCIPAL FOMJLAIXONS: L; WP; G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LBtTTATICHS
 Alfalfa
 Apples
  Artichokes
  Asparagus
           Ib. actual/A.

                3.2




                3.2
                 3.2
                 3-2
               Dormant  and  semidormant application  to
               crop  established  at  least  one  year.   Do
               not replant  treated  areas  to any  crop
               within 2 years  after application.

               Apply directed  spray to orchard floor
               during Spring  (Mar.-May) on crop
               established  at  least one year. Avoid
               contact  with foliage or fruit. Do not
               treat   dwarf  varieties.   Do not  replant
               treated  areas  to  any crop  within  2 years
               after applicat ion.
                                 -or-
               Use restricted  to the Far  West.   Apply as
               directed spray to orchard  floor during
               winter  (Dec.-Feb.)  on crop established
               at least one year.   Avoid  contact with
               foliage  or fruit.  Do not  treat dwarf
               varieties.  Do not  replant treated areas
               to any  crop within  2 years after
               application.

               Apply during late fall  or  early winter
               after last cultivation.  Do not replant
               treated  area to any crop within 2 years
               after last application.

               Use restricted to Washington.   Irrigated
               crop. Apply during late November or
               December.  Do  not replant  treated areas
               to any  crop within  2 years after
               application.

               Konirrigated crop.   Apply k weeks before
               spears  emerge  or  during  early  cutting
               season  and immediately  after  harvest.
               Do not  replant treated  areas  to any  crop
               within  2 years after last  application.
  *3~(3 ,^-dichlorophenyl)-l,l-diniethylurea

  Issued:   6-18-71                    I-D- 83.1

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                                       DIURON
     USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
             DOSAGE
                                                           LlMETATiaNS
Bananas
Barley (winter)
Bermudagrass
 (newly
  sprigged)
Birdsfoot
 trefoil
Blueberries
                   0.1
 l(grain)
 2(hay,
 forage,
 straw)

    7
'Bermuda-
                 and
                Bermuda-
                 grass
                 hay)
    2
^hay and
 forage)
                            Ib. actual/A.

                                 2.1*
                                 k.Q
                                 1.6
                                 0.8
                                 1.6
                                 3.
Preemergence.  Do not apply directly over
planted material.

Established planting.  Apply as directed
spray with surfactant.  Repeat at 6 week
intervals as needed,  Do not apply more
than 9.6 Ibs. active per acre per 12
months.  Replant to sugarcane and
pineapple after 1 year; to any other
crop after 2 years.

Use restricted to western Oregon and
western Washington.  Preemergence.  Do
not replant to any crop within one year
after application.

Preemergence.  Apply after sprigging and
before weeds emerge.  Do not graze or
feed forage from treated fields to
livestock within 70 days after
application.  Do not replant treated
areas to any crop within 2 years after
application.
             -or-
Postemergence.  Apply after sprigging
and after weeds are k inches tall.  Do
not graze or feed forage from treated
areas to livestock within 70 days after
application.  Do not replant treated
areas to any crop within 2 years after
application.

Use restricted to western Oregon.
Dormant application during October-
December on crop established at least
one year.  Do not replant to any crop
within one year after application.

Apply directed spray to crop established
at least one year.  Do not replant to
any crop within 2 years after
application.
Issued:  6-16-71
                                 I-D-83.2

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                                       DIURON
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
Caneberries:
 Blackberries
 Boysenberries
 Dewberries
 Loganberries
 Raspberries

Citrus:
 Grapefruit
 Oranges
 Tangeloes
 Tangerines

 Grapefruit
 Lemons
 Oranges
Clover (red)
Corn:
 Field
    1
  (fruits)

 (in pulp)
    2
 (forage
 and hay)
     1
  (grain)
     2
  (forage)
           Ib. actual/A.

                 3-2
                 3.2
                                 32.0
    1.6
    0.8
                                 0.8
               Apply directed  spray to crop established
               at  least  one year.  Do not replant to
               any crop  within  2 years after
               application.
Apply single directed spray to crop
established at least one year.  Do not
spray fruit or foliage.  Do not replant
treated areas to any crop within 2
years after application.

Apply single directed spray to crop
established at least one year.  Do not
spray fruit or foliage.  Do not replant
treated areas to any crop within 2
years after application.

Apply to ditches adjacent to citrus
groves in spring and before weed growth
begins.

Use restricted to western Oregon.  Apply
as dormant spray (Oct.15-Dec.15).  Do
not replant to any crop within 1 year
after application.

Use restricted to Delta area.
Rreemergence.  Do not replant treated
areas to any crop within 6 months after
application.

Postemergence.  Apply directed spray to
crop 20 inches tall and weeds are less
than 3 inches tall.  Do not replant
treated areas to any crop except corn,
cotton, and sorghum within 6 months
after application.
Issued:  6-18-71
                  I-D-33 .3

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                                       DIURON
     USE
TOLERANCE     DQSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Cotton
Gooseberries
Grapes
                 (cotton-
                  seed)
                           l"b. actual/A.
                 2.0
                                 1.6
                                 O.k
                                 1.6
                 3.2
                                 9.6
Use restricted to Arizona and California.
Preplant.  Apply just before planting or
after preplanting irrigation.  Do not
replant treated areas to any crop except
corn, cotton, and grain sorghum vithin
one year after application.

Preemergence.  Do not replant treated
areas to any crop except corn, cotton,
and grain sorghum within one year after
application.

Postemergence.  Apply directed spray
vhen crop is 6 inches tall and weeds
are less than 2 inches tall.

Postemergence.  (layby).  Apply directed
spray when crop is 12-20 inches tall or
after last cultivation.  Do not plant
crops other than cotton, corn, or grain
sorghum on treated land for one year
after application.

Apply directed spray to crop established
at least one year.  Do not replant to
any crop within 2 years after
application.

Use restricted to east of Rocky
Mountains.  Apply in spring to crop
established at least J years.  Do not
replant treated areas to any crop within
2 years after application.

Use restricted to Hew York and
Pennsylvania.  Spot treatment.  Apply in
spring as a directed spray to crop
established at least k years on heavy
soils.  Do not repeat application within
k years.
Issued:  6-18-71
                    I-D-83.4

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                                      DIURON
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Grapes
  (continued)
Grass
  (seed crop)
Macadamia nuts
                   0.1
            Ib. actual/A.

                 3.2



                 1.6




                 1.6
                                 3.2
               Use restricted to west of Rocky
               Mountains.  Apply in December-February,
               and repeat annually with 1.6 Ib./acre.
                              -or-
               Split application in late Fall or early-
               Spring.  Do not replant treated areas
               to any crop within 2 years after
               application.

               Use restricted to Oregon.  Apply after
               October 15 to crop planted before
               April 1.  Do not replant treated areas
               to any crop within 2 years after
               application.

               Apply between October 1 and November IS
               to crop established one or more years.
               Do not replant treated areas to any crop
               within 2 years after application.

               Use restricted to Colorado, Kansas,
               Hew Mexico and Oklahoma.  Dormant
               application to established plantings
               shortly before weed seedlings emerge.
               Do not apply after crop begins to grow.
               Do not replant treated areas to any crop
               within 2 years after application.

               Use restricted to Oregon.  Preemergence.
               Apply to Fall or Spring planted grass
               seed crops.  Use in conjunction with
               300 pounds activated charcoal per acre.
               Do not replant treated areas to any crop
               within 2 years after application.

               Apply directed spray to orchard floor
               immediately after harvest to crop
               established at least one year.  Do not
               exceed 8 Ib. actual chemical per year.
               Do not graze livestock in treated
               orchard.  Do not replant treated area
               to any crop within 2 years after last
               application.
Issued:  6-18-71
                  I-D-83.S

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                                     DIURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
 Oats (spring)
 Oats (winter)
  (alone or mixed
  with peas or
  vetch)
 Olives
 Pears
 Papaya
   1.0
 (grain)
   2.0
  (hay,
 forage,
 straw)
  1.0
 (grain)
  2.0
  (hay,
 forage,
 straw)

  1.0
  1.0
   0.5
Ib. actual/A.
    1.2
    1.6
    1.6
    3.2
    4.0
Use restricted to eastern Oregon, eastern
Washington and Idaho.  Preemergence appli-
cation to drill planted oats.
               -or-
Use restricted to eastern Oregon, eastern
Washington and Idaho.  Postemergence appli-
cation within 6 weeks after planting.  Do
not replant to any crop within 1 vear after
last application.

Use restricted to western Oregon and west-
ern Washington.  Preemergence application
to drill planted oats.  Do not replant to
any crop within 1 year after application.
Apply in Oct.-Nov. and repeat in March-
April.  Do not replant to any crop within
2 years of last application.

Apply directed spray to orchard floor dur-
ing winter (Dec.-Feb.) or spring (Mar.-May)
on crop established at least one year.
Avoid contact with foliage or fruit.  Do
not treat dwarf varieties.  Do not replant
treated areas to any crop within 2 years
after application.
                  -or-
Use restricted to the Far West.  Split
application in winter and spring.  Total
dosage should not exceed 3.2 Ib./acre crop.
Avoid contact with foliage or fruit.  Do
not treat dwarf varieties.  Do not replant '
treated area to any crop within 2 years    :
after last application.                    j
                                           i
Postemergence.  Apply in established       j
orchards as a directed spray to the soil
between and beneath the trees.  Do not     i
contact fruit or foliage with spray.  Do   !
not use on home plantings.  Do not replant >
treated area to any crop within 2 years    j
after last application.                    j
Issued:   4-30-73
              I-D- 83.6

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                                       DIURON
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Peaches











Peas





Pecans












Peppermint





0.1











1.0
(peas)
2.0
(hay,
forage)

0.1












2.0
(hay)



Ibs. actual /A.
4.0











1.6





3.2












2.4





Postemergence. Single application.
Apply as a directed spray to orchard
floor in early spring to orchards
established at least three years.
Avoid spray contact of fruit or foliage.
Do not use on sand, loamy sand, or
gravelly soils, not to soils with less
than 1% organic matter. Do not apply
within 3 months of harvest. In FAR WEST,
do not apply within 8 months of harvest.
Do not replant treated areas within 2
years after last application.
Use restricted to western Oregon and
western Washington. Preemergence
application to drill planted peas
mixed with winter oats. Do not replant
to any crop within 1 year of last
application..
Apply directed spray avoiding contact
with foliage of crop established at least j
3 years. Do not replant treated areas
to any crop within 2 years after last
application. Do not use on sandy or j
loamy sand soil or soils with less than .
1/2% organic matter. Do not use in areas
where tree root systems are exposed.
Do not use in "low spots" of groves or
in areas where water may drain or where
soil erosion may occur. Do not graze
livestock in treated groves.
i
Use restricted to Pacific Northwest.
Apply in spring to dormant crop, after
last cultivation. Do not replant
treated area to any crop within 2 years
after application.
Issued:    12-20-74
                                    I-D-83.7

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                                       DIURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
  Pineapple
  Potatoes

  Sorghum
  Sugarcane
 Vetch
    (mixed with
    Winter oats)
    l.O
    1.0

    l.O
 (grain)
    2.0
 (fodder
   and
 forage)


 1.0
 1.0
 (seed)
 2.0
 (forage
  hay)
   1.6
   3.2

   6.4

   0.8

   0.4
3.0
                                6.4
1.6
  Postemergence of plant crop,  apply
  overall at intervals of two or more
  months and before differentiation and
  interrpw as needed.   Do not apply more
  than 12.8 Ib./acre/plant crop.

  Apply after harvesting or plant crop.

  Apply immediately after planting.

  Preemergence use only.

  Use restricted to Southwestern States.
  Postemergence directed spray after crop
  is 15 inches tall.   Do not replant
  treated areas to any crop other than
  cotton, or corn within 4 months following
  band treatment and within 6 months
  following broadcast  treatment.

  Use restricted  to Florida  and
  Louisiana.   Apply after planting  or  after
  harvesting  of plant  crop.   Repeat with 2
  sprays  at  1.6 Ib.  actual as a directed
 .spray interrow.   Do  not apply more than
  3  treatments  or more  than  4.8 Ib.  actual
  per crop cycle.   Do  not replant treated
  areas  to any  crop within 2 years  after
  last application.

  Use restricted  to Hawaii and  Puerto
  Rico.  Apply  after plant ing  or after
  harvesting  of plant crop.  Repeat  twice
  between rows  using 3,2  Ib. actual
  chemical/acre.   Do not  exceed  9.6  Ib.
  actual chemical  per crop cycle.   Do not
  replant treated  areas  to any  crop within
  2 years after last application.

Use  restricted to western Oregon and
western Washington.  Preemergence to drill
planted crop.  Do not replant to any crop
within one year after application.
Issued:   12-20-74
                      I-D-83.8

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                                        DIURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
Walnuts
 (English)
Meat
 winter)
Irrigation
litches
0.1
0.1
(grain)
2.0
(hay,
forage,
straw)
Extended
Ib.  actual/A.

      4.0
      1.6
     48.0
Apply in late fall or early winter to
orchards established at least one year.
Do not graze livestock on treated areas.
Do not replant treated areas to any crop
within 2 years after last application.

Preemergence to drill planted crop.
Do not replant treated areas to any other
crop within one year after application
               or
Postemergence.  Apply in fall or spring
after growth starts.  Do no replant
treated areas to any other crop within one
year after application.

Apply only during noncrop season and when
ditch is not in use.
Issued:7-14-72
                      I-D-83.9

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                                          ENDOTHALL*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L; G; amine, dlpotassium and disodium salts,
                            mono(N,N-dimethylalkylamine salt)
   TYPE PESTICIDE: Herbicide and Desiccant
          USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                    DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
    Alfalfa (seed)
       crop only)
    Cotton
**
    Clover (seed crop
       only)
    Potatoes
    Soybeans (seed
       crop only)
    NF
   0.1
 (cotton-
 seed)
 (from
 use of
 above
 alkyl-
 amine
 salt)

    NF
   0.1
 (from use
 of above
 alkyl-
 amine
 salt)

    NF
Ibs. actual/A.

    5.75




    0.13
    5.75
    1.04
Preharvest desiccant.  Apply 10 days
before harvest.  Do not graze treated or
feed treated forage or threshings to
livestock.

Preharvest defoliant.  Tank mixture with
phosphate or chlorate defoliants.  Apply
3-7 days before harvest.
Preharvest desiccant.  Apply 10 days
before harvest.  Do not graze treated areas
or feed treated forage or threshings to
livestock.

Preharvest vine desiccant and aid to potato
skin set.  Broadcast application to vines
10-14 days prior to harvest.
                 Preharvest desiccant.  Apply 7 days before
                 harvest.  Do not graze treated areas or
                 feed treated forage or threshings to live-
                 stock.  Do not use seed for food or feed
                 purposes.
    7-oxabicyclo (2.2.1)heptane-2,3-dicarboxylic acid
   Issued:
              12-15-71
                       I-E-1.1

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                                    ENDOTHALL
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
 Sugar beets
 Trefoil (seed
   crop only)
Vetch   (seed
  crop only)
Agricultural
  premises:

  Irrigation
  and drainage
    canals
  Lakes
  Ponds
 Extended
    NF
    NF
 Extended
 Extended
                            Ibs.  actual/A.
     6.55
                                 1.46
13.5 Ibs. act./
 acre-foot of
    water
 (amine salts)
6.8 IDS. act./
 acre-foot of
    water
 (amine salts)
 Preemergence  application.   Soil
 incorporation at  least  2  inches deep
 immediately prior to  planting;  or  after
 planting  but  before beets  emerge.

 Postemergence application.  Apply  when
 beets are in  3-6-leaf stage.  Do not
 apply later than  40 days after  emergence

 Preharvest desiccant.  Apply  7  days
 before harvest.   Do not graze treated
 areas or  feed treated forage  or
 threshings to livestock.   Do  not use
 seed for  food or  feed purposes.

 Preharvest desiccant.  Apply  7  days
 before harvest.   Do not graze treated
 areas or  feed treated forage  or
 threshings to livestock.  Do not use
 seed for  food or  feed purposes.
Apply to surface or inject below surface
when weeds are actively growing.  Do not
use treated water for irrigation,
livestock or domestic purposes within
25 days after treatment.

Apply to surface or inject below surface
when weeds are actively growing.  Do not
treat more than 1/10 of area at one t ime,
Do not use fish from treated water for
food or feed within 3 days after treat-
ment .  Do not use treated water for
irrigation, livestock or domestic
purposes within 14 days after treatment.
Issued:  5-14-71
                    I-E-1.2

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                                    ENDOTHALL
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
   Lakes
   Ponds
    (continued)
 Extended
9-5 Ibs. act./
  acre-foot of
     water
(K,Na salts)
Apply to surface or inject below surface
when weeds are actively growing.  Do not
use fish from treated water for food or
feed within 3 days after treatment.  Do
not use treated water for irrigation,
agricultural sprays, livestock or
domestic purposes within 7 days after
treatment.
Issued:  1-16-70
                 I-E-l.J

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                                       ETHEPHON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
  Apples
   5.0
                              Ib. actual/A.
0.625
                                 1.25
                                 0.75
                                 0.425
                                 (spur type
                                 trees)
                                 0.85
                              (non spur trees)
Fruit loosening on early and mid-season
maturing varieties.  Foliage spray 7-14
days prior to anticipated normal harvest.
Pick when apples reach desired degree of
loosening.  Do not make more than one
application per year.  Do not allow live-
stock to graze treated orchards or feed
cover crops to livestock.

Fruit loosening on late maturing varieties
Foliage spray 7-14 days prior to antici-
pated normal harvest.  Pick when apples
reach desired degree of loosening.  Do not
make more than one application per year.
Do not allow livestock to graze on treated
orchards or feed cover crops to livestock.

To promote uniform ripening and red
coloring without loosening fruit.  Apply
foliar spray with preharvest drop control
chemical.  Begin spraying 2-3 weeks before
harvest period and 2 weeks before desired
harvest date.  Treat when air temperature
is 60-90ฐ F.  Harvest fruit at proper
maturity.  Do not make more than one
application per year.  Do not allow live-
stock to graze on treated orchards or feed
cover crops to livestock.

To increase flower bud development on
young trees.  Non-bearing trees:  foliar
spray 1-2 weeks after peak bloom.  Young
trees just beginning to initiate flowers
and bear fruit:  foliar  spray 4-5 weeks
after full bloom.  Spray uniformly to the
point of runoff.  Treat when air tempera-
ture is 60-90*F.  Do not make more than
one application per year.   Do not allow
livestock to graze on treated orchards or
feed cover crops to livestock.
  *(2-chloroethyl)  phosphonic acid

 Issued: 6-30-75              I-E-7.1
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                                        ETHEPHON
          I'SE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                    DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
**  Cantaloupe
    Cherries
    Cucumbers
   ;    (hybrid seed
   |    production)

** I Filberts
** | Pineapples
    Squash
       (hybrid seed
       production)
   2.0
   10.0
   NF
   0.5
   2.0
 (pine-
 apples)
   3.0
 (fodder
 and
 forage)
   NF
Ib.  actual/A.

    0.875
    1.25
    0.08
    1.75
    6.0
                                    1.0
    0.08
Use limited to California.  Postemergence.
To concentrate maturity.  Broadcast when
an average of one cantaloupe per 10 feet
of row can be easily removed without
tearing.  Use only one treatment per field
Do not plant another crop within 30 days
after treatment.

To promote fruit loosening and early fruit
ripening.  Foliage spray 7-14 days before
anticipated harvest.  Do not use on
cherries in California.  Do not allow
livestock to graze on treated orchards or
feed cover crop to livestock.

Apply when cucumbers have developed two
true leaves.  Do not use on cucumbers to
be harvested for fresh or processed market

Use limited to Oregon.  To hasten husk
maturity.  Apply foliar spray to trees
when first nuts have loosened and will
spin within husks.  Use only one spray per
season.  Do  not use where cover crops in
orchards are fed or grazed.

Flower induction.  Apply to mature pine-
apples 6-8 months prior to desired harvest
date.  Use only one application per pine-
apple crop.
To stimulate ripening.  Broadcast spray to
foliage and fruit.  Mature fruit should be
harvested at optimal ripeness.  7 day pre-
harves t int erval.

Apply when squash have developed two true
leaves.  Do not use on squash to be
harvested for fresh or processed markets.
   Issued:
             6-30-75
                                          I-E-7.2
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                                       ETHEPHON
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Tomatoes















Walnuts








2.0















0.5







Ib . actual/A .
0.8




1.63





1.63




1.25








To accelerate ripening.
Western areas: early and midseason.
Apply when 1%-20% of fruit are pink or red
Use only once per season. Do not plant
another crop with 30 days after treatment.
To accelrate ripening.
Western areas: late season or coastal.
Apply when 1%-30% of fruit are pink or
red. Use only once per season. Do not
plant another crop within 30 days after
treatment .
To accelerate ripening.
Midwest and Eastern areas. Apply when 5%-
30% of fruit are pink or red. Use only
once per season. Do not plant another
crop within 30 days after treatment .
Use limited to California. To aid in
loosening of nuts. Apply foliar spray
anytime after packing tissue of nuts is
completely brown and air temperature is
60-90degrees F. Harvest 5-10 days after
treatment. Use only one spray per season
Do not allow livestock to graze orchards \
or feed cover crops to livestock.
I
Issued:
         6-30-75
                               I-E-7.3
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                             ETHIOLATE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Available only as package mixture ("Prefox") with
                      cyprazine.  May not control established weeds.  Do
                      not tank-mix "Prefox" with other pesticides.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Twisting and malformation after emergence.

MODE OF ACTION:  Interferes with germination and seedling development.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  annual morningglory   mustard                  redroot
  carpetweed            nightshade               smartweed
  cocklebur             prostrate pigweed        smooth pigweed
  jimsonweed            purslane                 sunflower
  lambsquarter          ragweed                  velvetleaf

GRASSES CONTROLLED:
  barnyardgrass         goosegrass               shattercane
  crabgrass             green foxtail            wild oats
  fall panicum          Johnsongrass             witchgrass
  giant foxtail         (seedling)               yellow foxtail
NOTE:  Cultivation may be necessary to control some weeds; do not
       cultivate deeper than depth of herbicide incorporation.
*S-ethyl diethylthiocarbamate

Issued:  12-20-74                   I-E-8.1

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                             ETHIOLATE
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)
AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CORN (field, sweet
  silage)
  4.0 (ethiolate)
  0.75 (cyprazine)
  4.75 (mixture)
  in 10-40 gal.
  water
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm.  (grain, fodder, forage; fresh corn
including sweet:  kernels plus cob with husk
removed).
(0.1 ppm.   cyprazine on same crops.)
Use on mineral soils only.  Do not apply prior to
preplant irrigation.  Do not plant treated areas
to any crop except corn until the following year.
Do not plant sugar beets on land treated the
previous year.

Preplant.   Incorporate immediately after application
by tandem disc (cut 4 in.) followed by spike tooth
harrow or by power driven cultivation equipment  (cut
3 in.).  Do not plant seed deeper than 2 in.  Avoid
planting in deep furrows.  Do not cultivate deeper
than depth of incorporation.
Issued: 12-20-74
         I-E-8.2

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                   6-ETHOXY-l,2-DIHYDRO-2,2,^TRIMETHYLQUINOLINE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L;  Wax  emulsion;  Paper wraps
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                             LIMITATIONS
  Apples
  Pears
           2.25  lbs/100
           gals, water

            (2,700  ppm)

           2.33  lbs/100
           gals. water
            (2,800  ppm)
                                  ppm (on
                             paper wraps)
           2.25 lbs/100
           gals.  water
            (2/00 ppm)


           1,310 ppm (on
           paper wraps)
               Preharvest scald control.  Make only
               1 spray application within 2 days of
               harvest.

               Postharvest water or wax emulsion
               dip,  spray, or foam for scald treatment.
               Do not apply later than 1 week after
               harvest.

               Postharvest wraps for scald control.
               Wrap fruit within 1 week after harvest
               and before storage.  Do not use on
               apples previously treated with ethoxyquin

               Postharvest water or wax emulsion dip,
               spray, or foam treatment for scald
               control.  Do not apply later than
               1 week after harvest.

               Postharvest wraps for scald control.
               Wrap fruit within 1 week after
               harvest and before storage.  Do not
               use on pears previously treated with
               ethoxyquin.
 * ethoxyquin

  Issued:   12-20-74
                        I-E- 9

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      2-(ETHYLAMINO)-4-(!SOPROPYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-S-TRIAZINE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide, Desiccant           PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Selective herbicide for crop use.
                      May persist several months in  soil.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Weeds:  7-14 days.
                            Potato vines:  10-14 days.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Leaf chlorosis at high concentrations,
                                followed by necrosis.
MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  Amaranthus spp.  (d)      Japanese tea  (c)
  cocklebur (b)            lambsquarters  (b)
  Crotalaria spp.  (d)      morningglory  (b)
  fireweed (c)             pigweed  (b)
  Florida's paintbrush  (c) pualele  (c)
  Florida purslane (b)
GRASSES CONTROLLED:
  Alexandergrass (a, e)
  barnyardgrass (b)
  crabgrass (b)
  Dallisgrass  (c)
  fall panicum (b)
foxtail spp. (b)
giant foxtail (b)
goosegrass (b)
junglerice (c)
kukaipuaa (c)
                      Richardia sp. (c)
                      smartweed (b)
                      Spanishneedles (a)
                      wild mustard
                      wild pea bean (a)
Panicum spp. (b)
signalgrass (b)
Texas panicum  (b)
wiregrass (a)
Dosage to effect control of weeds listed above:   (Ib.  actual/A.)
  (a) 0.2-0.4 (WP)         (c) 2.0-4.0  (EC, WP)
      0.5-1.25 (EC)        (d) 4.0-8.0  (EC, WP)
  (b) 1.0-2.0 (EC, WP)

  (e) Apply at 3-4 leaf stage or before 3  inches  high.
*Ametryn

Issued:  12-20-74
  I-E-13.1

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      2-(ETHYLAMINO)-A-(ISOPROPYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-S-TRIAZINE
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BANANAS

  4.0-8.0 (EC, WP)
  (in min. 30 gal.
  water/A.)
  3.2-4.8 (WP)
  (in min. 30 gal.
  water/A.)
CORN
  (field, sweet, pop)
  0.5-2.0 (EC)

  0.25-1.0 (EC)
  0.6-2.0 (WP)

  0.3-1.0 (WP)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.25 ppm.

Use limited to Hawaii.  Apply as preemergence or
postemergence basal spray anytime after setting
plants.  Repeat treatments may be made at 90-120
day intervals.  Do not apply more than 24 Ibs.
act./A./year.

Use limited to Puerto Rico.  Apply as preemergence
or postemergence basal spray anytime after setting
plants.  Repeat treatments may be made at 90-120
day intervals.  Do not apply more than 12.8 Ibs.
act./A./year.
0.5 ppm.  (fodder and forage); 0.25 ppm.  (corn grain
fresh corn, including sweet corn:  kernels plus
cob without husk).
30 day preharvest, pregazing preforage feeding
interval.  Do not rotate crop, except small grains,
within 1 yr. of application.

Use limited to Southeast and South Central regions.
Postemergent directed spray after corn is 12 in.
high.  Higher dosage for weeds 4-6 in. high.

Broadcast.

Band treatment:  20 in. band, 40 in. row spacing.

Postemergent directed spray after corn is 12 in.
high and weeds are 2-6 in. high.  Higher dosage
for weeds 4-6 in. high.

Broadcast.

Band treatment:  20 in. band, 40 in. row spacing.
Issued:  6-30-75
            I-E-13.2   Replaces page  issued  12-20-74

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      2-(ETHYLAMINO)-4-(ISOPROPYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-S-TRIAZINE

                        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

GRAPEFRUIT
  6.4  (WP)
ORANGES
 6.4  (WP)

PINEAPPLES



  4.0-8.0  (EC, WP)
  2.0  (EC, WP)
  (in min. of 30
  gal. water/A.)

POTATOES
  1.0-2.4  (WP)
  (in min. of 100
  gal. water/A.)

  1.0-2.0  (EC)
  (in. min. of 100
  gal. water/A.)
0.1 ppm.
Use limited to Florida and Texas only.
30 day preharvest interval.  Do not apply more than
12.0 Ibs. act./A. per year.  Do not graze treated
areas.  Do not apply where trees have been established
less than 2 years.

Apply twice per year to thoroughly cover weeds.
Direct spray to soil beneath trees so that spray
does not contact citrus foliage.  Make first
application in spring before weeds are 4 in. tall;
make second application 90-100 days later.

Refer to GRAPEFRUIT (same information).

0.25 ppm.  (pineapples, pineapple fodder and forage).
160 day preharvest interval.  Do not exceed 30 Ibs.
act./A. per crop cycle.

Apply post planting or post harvest as preemergent
blanket spray.

Additional or interspace at 30-60 day intervals as
needed, before differentiation.
                        0.25 ppm.
                        Use limited to East of the Mississippi River.
                        not graze livestock on treated areas.
                                                                        Do
                        For control of potato vines, apply as desiccant to
                        mature, ereen vines.
mature, green vines.
                        Use limited to Hawaii.  Apply to mature, green
                        vines.  Do not graze livestock on treated areas.
Issued:  6-30-75
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      2-(ETHYLAMINO)-4-(ISOPROPYLAMINO)-6-(METHYLTHIO)-S-TRIAZINE

                        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE
  4.0-8.0 (EC, WP)

  2.0-4.0 (EC, WP)
  (in min. of 30
  gal. water/A.)
  0.5-1.20 (EC, WP)
  (in min. of 20
  gal. water/A.)
0.25 ppm. (sugarcane, fodder and forage)
Do not apply more than 16 Ibs. act./A. per crop.
Do not apply after close-in.

Apply at planting or after ratooning.

For continued preemergence control or as post-
emergence treatment, apply as an interline
directed spray.  One or two interline applications
may be made.   (See below for Florida.)

Use limited to Florida only.  Postemergence
directed spray.  Do not apply after close-in.
Up to 3 repeat applications at 30 day intervals
may be made up to close-in.  Avoid contact to
crop foliage.
Issued:  6-30-75
                                   I-E-13.4
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                          S-ETHYL GYCLOHEXYLETHYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
PRINCIPAL FCRMULATIOWS:  EC;  G



TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE IIMIIATICHS
lEPB/

Beets
(garden,
table)
Spinach
Sugar beets


t

0.05
(roots
and tops)
0.05
0.05
(roots
and tops)

Ibs . actual/A.
k


k
k




Preplant soil incorporation.


Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation or soil
injection .


   *cycloate





  Issued:  12-12-(.
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                  S-ETHYL DIISOBUTYLTHIOCARBAMATE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Selective, preplant use.  Will not control established
                      weeds.   Used also with atrazine and cyanazine.
                      Half-life in soil:  1.5-3 weeks.  Use only in
                      mineral soils.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Malformation and abnormal growth of
                                leaves from coleoptiles.

MODE OF ACTION:  Interferes with shoot meristem in germinating
                 seedlings.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:  Most are resistant (except when used in
                             combinations of atrazine or cyanazine).

GRASSES CONTROLLED:
  Annuals
  barnyardgrass         giant foxtail            shattercane (d)
  Bermudagrass (a)      goosegrass               Texas panicum  (b, d)
  crabgrass             green foxtail            volunteer sorghum
  fall panicum          Johnsongrass (a)         yellow foxtail
  field sandbur (d)

SEDGES CONTROLLED:
  purple nutsedge (c)   yellow nutsedge (c)

NOTE:
  (a) Controls seedling stage only.
  (b) Use 4 Ibs.  act./A.
  (c) Existing stands of nutsedge must be turned under and chopped-up
      before treatment.
  (d) Cultivation is suggested in fields with moderate to heavy
      infestations.
*Butylate

Issued: 6-30-75                I-E-15.1     Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                 S-ETHYL DIISOBUTYLTHIOCARBAMATE
Crops and Dosage
     (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CORN
     (field, sweet
     silage)
     3.0 (EC, G)
     4.0 (EC, G)
     (in 15-50 gal.
     water)
     3.0 (EC)
     (in 20-50 gal.
     water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm.   [grain, fresh corn  (kernels plus cob
with husk removed), forage and fodder].
Do not use in Arizona or in 10 Southernmost
California counties (except Kern where field and
silage corn may be treated).  When used for silage
corn in Southeastern U.S., do not seed small seeded
grains after corn has been harvested until September.
Do not use on milo or sorghum.  In irrigated areas,
do not apply before pre-irrigation.  Do not
contaminate irrigation water  (used for crops other
than corn) or water used for domestic purposes.

Preplant broadcast.  Mechanical application.
Incorporate to a depth of 2-3 in. immediately after
applying (preferably in same operation) using power
driven cultivation equipment or use tandem discs set
to cut 4-6 in. followed by spiked-tooth harrow or
similar leveling device.  Plant within 2 weeks after
incorporation to a maximum depth of 2 in.
  Soil type:
  sandy
  sandy loam to clay
For band application reduce dosage in proportion to
actual area treated.

Use limited to Southeastern U.S.  Preplant or at
planting subsurface application.  Soil injection.
Coulters and injector shank must be 3.5 in. apart and
set to inject 3 in. below surface.  Plant within 2
weeks of application to a maximum depth of 2 in.
Issued:  6^30-75
                                 I-E-15.2
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                             S-ETHYL DIPBOPYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC,  L,  G,  PI
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa











Almonds


Beans :
Green
Dry











Beets


0.1











0.1
(nuts and
hulls)
0.1













0.1

Ibs. actual/A.
4.0

3.0



3.0





3.0


4.0




3.0


4.0





2.0


Preplant soil incorporation.
-or-
Preemergence. (Use restricted to Pacific
Northwest, California and Arizona). Meter
into irrigation water.
-and/or-
Use restricted to Western Region. Post-
emergence to established crops. Meter
into irrigation water. Do not apply with-
in 14 days before grazing or harvest.
Limited to one application per cutting and
6 Ib. actual chemical per acre per year.
Postemergence. Meter into irrigation
water after last cultivation. Do not ap-
ply within 14 days before harvest.
Preplant soil incorporation or subsurface
application. Do not use on cowpeas, soy-
beans, lima beans, or other flat pod beans
except Romano.
-or-
Postemergence subsurface a^^xj-cation at
layby prior to clean cultivation.
-or-
Postemergence soil "incorporation at layby
using directed spray before pods start to
form. Do not feed or pasture vines to
livestock until 45 days after application.
Do not use on cowpeas, soybeans, lima beans
or other flat pod beans except Romano.
Use restricted to Pacific Northwest. Pre-
plant soil incorporation.
 *EPTC:
Issued:  4-30-73
l-E-16.1

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                           S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
  Birdsfoot
   trefoil

  Castor beans

  Citrus:
   Grapefruit
   Lemons
   Oranges
   Tangerines

   Grapefruit
   Lemons
   Oranges

  Clover

  Clover
   Ladino only
  Corn:
   Field
   Sweet
   Silage
  Cotton
   0.1


   0.1

   0.1
   NF



   0.1

   0.1



   0.1
   0.1
 (forage,
  seed)
Ibs. actual/A.

   4.0


   2.0

   3.0
   6.0



   4.0

   3.0



   4.0



   3.0



   1.5




   2.0
Preplant soil incorporation.
Preemergence soil incorporation.

Apply to bearing trees by metering into
flood or furrow irrigation water.  Do not
apply within 15 days before harvest.
Posttransplant soil incorporation.  Apply
directed spray to nursery stock and non-
bearing trees.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Postemergence to established crops, meter
into irrigation water.  Do not apply with-
in 45 days before grazing or harvest.

Preplant soil incorporation, plant crop
in 7-10 days.  Do not use on milo, sor-
ghum, and hybrid corn grown for seed.
                -or-
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do not
apply to milo, sorghum, or hybrid corn
grown for seed.

Preemergence application by injectors,
sweeps or subsurface triband blade.  Do
not apply closer than 4 inches to drill
row
                 -or-
Postemergence soil incorporation, injec-
tion or sweeps after crop has 2 or more
leaves.  Do not apply after first bolls
open.  Do not apply closer than 4 inches
to the drill row.
Issued:  4-30-73
             I-E-16.2

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                             S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
 Flax
  Grapes
  Lespedeza

  Peas:
    Green
    Processing

  Potatoes
  Safflower
  Sugar beets
   0.1
  (seed)

   0.1
   0.1

   0.1



   0.1
   0.1
  Cseed)

   0.1
Ib. actual/A.

    3.0


    3.0
    4.0

    2.0



    6.0

    6.0


    4.0



    3.0


    3.0
                                  4.5
                                  3.0
Preplant soil incorporation.
Use restricted to Pacific Northwest,
California and Arizona.  Apply to
established crop by metering into
furrow or flood irrigation water.  Do
not apply within 40 days before harvest.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Use restricted to Washington.
soil incorporation.
Preplant
Preplant soil incorporation.
                -or-
Emergence soil incorporation after
drag-off.
            -and/or-
Postemergence soil incorporation.  Apply
directed spray at layby.  Do not apply
within 45 days before harvest.

Preplant soil incorporation.
Use restricted to Iowa, Eastern Nebraska,
North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota.
Preplant soil incorporation.  Apply and
incorporate in the spring just before
planting.
                -or-
Use restricted to North Dakota and
Minnesota.  Preplant soil incorporation.
Apply and incorporate in the fall before
ground freezes.
                -or-
Postemergence incorporation or subsurface
injection or meter into first irrigation
water after thinning and clean cultiva-
tion.
                -or-
Issued:    4-30-73
                                        I-E-16.3

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                          S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
 Sugar beets
  (continued)
 Sunflower
 Sweetpotatoes
 Tomatoes
 Walnuts
   0.1
   0.1
  (seed)

   0.1
                    0.1
   0.1
Ib. actual/A.

   4.0
   3.0


   3.0


   7.5



   3.0
                                3.0
Use restricted to Western Region.  Post-
emergence when beets are to be carried into
the ground longer than the normal growing
season.  Meter into the first irrigation
after last cultivation.

Use restricted to Minnesota and North
Dakota.  Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation or bed-up or
bed-over, form beds and plant immediately.
                -or-
Posttransplant.  Apply overall within 2
days after setting slips or vine cuttings.
Do not incorporate into the soil.

Use limited to Northern California counties
21 days preharvest interval.  Postemergence
soil incorporation at layby.  Do not irri-
gate for 5 days after application.  Do not
use where grain will be planted within 90
days.

Use limited to Pacific Northwest, Cali-
fornia and Arizona.  Apply by metering into
irrigation water.
Issued: 12-20-74
              I-E-16.4

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                                  ETHYLENE

                         Pr

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppn)
    DOSAGE
                                                            LZMITATICHS
 Bananas

 Citrus:
   Grapefruit
   Lemons
   Oranges
   Tangerines

 Honeydew melons

 Pears:
   Bartlett
   Bosc

 Persimmon
 Pineapple
Tomatoes
Walnuts
 Exempt

 Exempt
 Exempt

 Exempt



 Exempt


 Exempt
 Exempt

   Not
 Exempt
 ppm in air

    1,000

    1,000
    1,000

    1,000



    1,000


    1,000

2.5 Its.  actual
    per acre


    1,000


    1,000
Initiate degreening and ripening.

Initiate degreening.
Initiate degreening.

Initiate degreening and ripening.
Initiate degreening, remove astringency,
and soften.

Initiate degreening.

Induce flowering.  Apply as a spray in
500-800 gal. of water/acre.  Use
adsorbent  in suspension.

To initiate degreening and ripening in 6
days;  observe daily.

To lossen hulls thoroughly ventilate
before each application.  Apply two times
per day.
  Issued: 6-30-75
                       I-E-17
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                                 ETHYLENE GLYCOL BIS (TRICHLOROACETATE) *
 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC;  L

 TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
        USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
   Cotton
   Soybeans
   NF
           20 Ibs./lOO
            gals, of oil
20 lbs./100
 gals, of oil
Spot treatment as a directed spray to
base of weeds when 12 inches tall.  Do
not apply to crop.  Do not graze treated
fields or feed gin waste to livestock.

Spot treatment as directed spray to base
of weeds 12 inches tall before crop seed
pods have formed.  Do not graze treated
fields or feed forage to livestock.
* Proprietary name:  "Glytac"

  Issued:  8-31-68
                        I-E-22

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                       S-ETHYL HEXAjm)RO-lH-AZEPINE-l-CAKBOTHIOATE*
 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC;  G

 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppn)
   DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
Rice
   0.1
(grain
and straw)
Rice  (dry seeded)
   0.1
 (grain
   and
 straw)
Ibs. actual/A.

      3-0
      3.0
Preplant application to water-
seeded crop.  Do not contaminate
domestic waters.
                   or

Postemergence and postflooded. Apply while
barnyardgrass is submerged and less than
3 inches tall.  Air application only. Do
not contaminate domestic waters.

Postemergence application.  Meter  into
irrigation water to established rice
during  the  entire  irrigation  period.
Dayflower must be  completely  submerged
and barnyardgrass  2/3  submerged and under
5 inches tall.  Do not contaminate domes-
tic waters.
  ^•Proprietary name:   "Ordram"

  Issued:   4-30-73
                       I-E-23

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             FATTY ALCOHOLS (0.5% Cg,  42% Cg,  56% CIQ,  1.5% C12)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A sucker control agent for tobacco.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

TOBACCO
9.5-13.0

11.8-14.2
18.5-22.2
(in 50 gal.
water)

7.1-9.5
(in 50 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
N.F.
Apply 1 week prior to topping, or 3 days after
topping at the button or early flowering stage.
Repeat 5-7 days later if necessary.  Do not apply
to wet or wilted plants, when leaves begin to close
in the evening, during extremely hot, still weather,
or while very windy conditions prevail.

  Maryland and Pennsylvania Cigar tobacco

  Burley, flue-cured, Ohio and Wisconsin Cigar
  tobacco

  dark tobacco
Dual treatment with maleic hydrazide.  Apply the
fatty alcohol emulsion during the button stage.
Apply the maleic hydrazide solution 7-10 days
later in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
*n-hexanol, n-octanol, n-decanol, n-dodecanol

Issued:  10-20-75

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                FATTY ALCOHOLS (0.4% C,, 45.1% CQ,  54.5% C._)*
                                      0         O         1U

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A sucker control agent for tobacco.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

TOBACCO
11.8-14.2

18.5-22.2
(in 50 gal.
water)

7.1-9.5
(in 50 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
N.F

Apply 1 week prior to topping, or 3 days after
topping at the button or early flowering stage.
Repeat 5-7 days later if necessary.  Do not apply
to wet or wilted plants, when leaves begin to
close in the evening, during extremely hot, still
weather, or while very windy conditions prevail.

  burley and flue-cured tobacco

  dark tobacco
Dual treatment with maleic hydrazide.  Apply the
fatty alcohol emulsion during the button stage.
Apply the maleic hydrazide solution 7-10 days
later in accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions.
*n-hexanol, n-octanol, n-decanol

Issued:  10-20-75
             I-F-3

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          FATTY ALCOHOLS (0.63% Cfe, 26.8% Cg, 34.44% C10, 0.63% C12)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A sucker control agent for tabacco.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

TOBACCO
15.9

18.3
(in 45 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
N.F.

Top tobacco plants at early to mid-flowering
stage, removing suckers exceeding 1 inch in
length.  Straighten any leaning plants.  Apply
the spray directed downward.  Avoid excessive
application and treatment of the leaves.  Do not
treat weak or diseased plants or immediately
before rainfall.  Repeat 10 days later if
necessary.

  burley, cigar or Maryland tobacco

  flue-cured or dark tobacco
                                                  EC
*n-hexanol, n-octanol, n-decanol, n-dodecanol

Issued:  10-20-75                    I-F-4

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                                       FMURON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  PI




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMECAHCHS
(ppmj

Pastures
Rangelands



NF



Its. actual/A.
2 tablespoon-
fuls of 25$
pellets per
square foot

Spot treatment for brush control. Apply
to soil under "brush. Do not apply when
ground is frozen.

 *3-phenyl-1,1-dimethylurea



 Issued:    8-31-68
I-F-5

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                   FERROUS AMMONIUM SULFATE (HEXAHYDRATE)

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A moss control-fertilizer combination for use in
                      lawns and ornamental turf.  Wash the product off
                      concrete, stone or painted sidewalks, driveways
                      or patios as staining may occur.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

WEEDS CONTROLLED:  Unspecified mosses.
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                  FERROUS AMMONIUM SULFATE  (HEXAHYDRATE)

Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
    (Ibs. act.)

ORNAMENTALS

LAWNS AND TURF          NF

 0.98-1.96/100 sq. ft.  Spot treatment.  Apply in fall, winter or spring.  Mow
 49-98/5,000 sq. ft.    lawn to 1 inch and rake thoroughly prior to application.
                        Apply uniformly as a dry chemical followed with
                        watering, or in a solution of 0.98 Ib. act/4 gal.
                        water.  Keep spray off of other plant foliage, shrubs,
                        etc.

 0.98/125 sq. ft.       Broadcast.  Apply when the moss is actively growing.
 39.2/5,000 sq. ft.     If application is made during a dry season, water
                        the lawn one day prior to use.  Rake lawn thoroughly
                        and cut grass to a height of 1 inch prior to
                        application.  Apply the dry chemical uniformly by
                        hand or fertilizer spreader followed with watering,
                        or in a solution of 0.98 Ib. act.Ik gal. water.
                        Keep spray off of other plant foliage, shrubs, etc.
Issued: 6-30-75               I-F-7.2

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                     FERROUS SULFATE HEPTAHYDRATE

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A moss control-fertilizer combination for use in
                      lawns and ornamental turf.  Wash the product off
                      concrete, stone or painted sidewalks, driveways
                      or patios as staining will occur.  Toxic to fish.
                      Do not contaminate lakes, streams or ponds.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

WEEDS CONTROLLED:  Unspecified mosses.
Issued: 6-30-75                I-F-8.1

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                     FERROUS SULFATE HEPTAHYDRATE

Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations

ORNAMENTALS

LAWNS AND TURF          NF

  20 Ib. act./          Broadcast.  Apply to lawn in winter through early
  5,000 sq. ft.         spring.  If applying in the summer, soak lawn
                        prior to and after application.  Rake and mow
                        lawn to a height of 1 inch prior to application.
                        Apply evenly with a lawn fertilizer spreader at
                        the prescribed dosage.  Water the lawn thoroughly
                        immediately after application.

  19 Ib. act./          Broadcast.  Apply to lawn as a spray in the early
  5,000 sq. ft.         spring when moss is actively growing.  Rake lawn
  (in 200 gal.          prior to application.
  water)
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                     FERROUS SULFATE MONOHYDRATE

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A moss control-fertilizer combination for use in lawns
                      and ornamental turf.  Wash the product off concrete,
                      stone or painted sidewalks, driveways or patios as
                      staining will occur.  Do not use in areas contain-
                      ing plants which require acid soils.  Toxic to fish.
                      Do not contaminate lakes, streams or ponds.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

WEEDS CONTROLLED:  Unspecified mosses.
Issued: 6-30-75                  I-F-9.1

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                     FERROUS SULFATE MONOHYDRATE

Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations

ORNAMENTALS

LAWNS AND TURF          NF

  6-13.55 Ib.           Broadcast.  Apply to seed bed of new lawns or
  act./5,000            to established lawns in the fall (after
  sq. ft.               September 1) or early spring.  Rake and mow
                        lawn to a height of 1 inch prior to application.
                        Apply evenly with lawn fertilizer spreader or by
                        hand at the prescribed dosage.  Water the lawn
                        thoroughly immediately after application.  Repeat
                        in 6 to 8 weeks for severe moss infestations.

               NOTE:    Also formulated with ferrous sulfate heptahydrate
                        for similar moss control in lawns and turf.
Issued: 6-30-75

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                              FLUCHLORALIN*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A preplant incorporated herbicide.  Toxic to fish
                      Do not use on muck or peat soils.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEED'S:  (Not located).

MCBE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED: (a)

   carpetweed           common purslane      morningglory (b)
   common lambsquarters Florida pusley       pigweed

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   barnyardgrass        green foxtail        junglerice
   broadleaf            goosegrass           large crabgrass
     signalgrass        Japanese millet      smooth crabgrass
   fall panicum         johnsongrass         Texas panicum
   giant foxtail           (seedling)        yellow foxtail


NOTE:  (a)  Does not control cocklebur, coffeebean or prickly sida.

       (b)  Only provides partial control.
*F-(2~chloroethyl)-a,a,a~trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-U-propyl-p-toluidine
*Froprietary name:  Basalin

Issued:  3-30-77                 I-F-10.1

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   COTTON
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             FLflCHLORALIN

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   0.5-1.0 (light)
   0.75-1.25 (medium)
   1.0-1.5 (heavy)
  SOYBEANS
      0.05 ppm (cottonseed).
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                                     FLUOMETURON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATION'S
  Cotton
  Sugarcane

   (plant cane)
   0.1
 (cotton-
   seed)
   0.1
  (cane)
   0.2
 (bagasse
                             Ibs . actual/A.
              Preemergence soil incorporation.   Do not
              make more than 3 applications to the
              same crop or field in any year.  Do not
              feed treated foliage or gin trash to
              livestock.

              Postemergence.  Apply directed,
              semidirected, or over-the-top spray when
              cotton is 3 to 6 inches tall.  Do not
              make more than 3 applications to  the
              same crop or field in any year.  Do not
              feed treated foliage or gin trash to
              livestock.

              Postemergence.  Apply directed or
              semidirected spray at lay-by.  Do not
              apply within 60 days of harvest.   Do not
              make more than 3 applications to  the
              same crop or field in any year.  Do not
              feed treated foliage or gin trash to
              livestock.
              Preemergence.   Apply before cane and weeds
              emerge.   Do not graze livestock on treated
              fields.   Do not plant crops other than
              sugarcane or cotton within 1 year after
              last  application.
                               and/or
              Postemergence.   Apply directed,  or over-
              the-top  spray when  cane  is 12-18 inches
              tall  and  weeds  less than 2 inches tall.
              Do  not apply within 1&0  days before
              harvest.   Do not graze livestock on treated
              fields.   Do not plant crops other than
              sugarcane or cotton within 1 year after
              last  appll -jti.-'-n.   Do not  apply  more than
              o Ibs. active ]>?r year.
  *1, l-dimethyl-3- (
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                                     FLUOMETURON
       'SK
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
Sugarcane
 (continued)

  (ratoon cane)
  0.1
 (cane)
  0.2
(bagasse)
Ib. actual/A.

      4
Preemergence.  Apply after harvest and
before cane shoots and weeds emerge. Bo
not graze livestock on treated fields.
Do not plant crops other than sugarcane
or cotton within 1 year after last
application.
               and/or
Postemergence.  Apply directed or over-
the-top spray when cane is 12-18 inches
tall and weeds less than 2 inches tall.
Do not apply within 180 days before
harvest.  Do not graze livestock on
treated fields.  Do not plant crops other
than sugarcane or cotton within 1 year
after last application.  Do not apply
more than 8 Ibs. active per year.
Issued: 6-30-75
                             I-F-11.2
                            Replaces page  issued  4-10-70

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                              FLUORIDAMID*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator              PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A plant growth regulator for the retardation of grass
                      growth and suppression of seed head formation.  Do not
                      apply to areas covered with grass clippings or leaves.
                      Do not use on home lawns or forage lands.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

DURATION OF CONTROL:  3-8 weeks.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TURF:  May cause slight temporary discoloration of turf.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   clover                dandelion

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   annual bluegrass      bromegrass           orchardgrass
   bahiagrass            dallisgrass          perennial ryegrass
   bentgrass             fescue               quackgrass
   Bermudagrass          Kentucky bluegrass   St. Augustinegrass
*N-[4-methyl~3-[[(1,1,1-trifluoromethyl) sulfonyl] amino] phenyl] acetamide
(diethanolamine salt)

^Proprietary name:  Sustar

Issued:  10-20-75                  I-F-12.1

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Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

ORNAMENTALS

LAWNS AND TURF
(Golf courses,
cemeteries)

  3-4
(in 40-80 gal.
water)
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            FLUORIDAHID

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
RIGHTS-OF-WAY

ROADWAYS

  3-4
(in 40-80 gal.
water)
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

BUILDINGS
HYDRANTS
PIPING AREAS
PARKING LOTS
AND OTHER IND. SITES
  3-4
(in 40-80 gal. water)
       Apply uniformly once per season, shortly before
       or during active plant growth.  Mowing prior to
       application is recommended.  Do not use on home
       lawns or forage lands.  Do not apply to golf
       greens, newly seeded areas, or newly mowed areas
       cut to less than one inch in height.  Avoid spray-
       ing herbaceous or woody ornamentals.  Do not graze
       treated areas.
       Apply uniformly once per season, shortly before
       or during active plant growth.  Mowing prior to
       application is recommended.  Do not apply to
       newly seeded areas, or newly mowed areas cut
       to less than one inch in height.  Avoid spray-
       ing herbaceous or woody ornamentals.  Do not
       graze treated areas.
       Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Issued:  10-20-75
              I-F-12.2

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                                       FLUORODIFEN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC.  G

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
  Beans:
    dry
    green
  Peanuts
  Southern peas:
    dry
    green
  Soybeans
   0.1
  (beans
 and
 forage)
   0.2
 (peanut
 hulls,
 peanuts,
 and
 peanut
 vine hay

   0.1
 (peas and
 forage)
   0.1
 (soybeans
 and
 forage)
Ib. actual/A.

    4.5
     3.0
     4.5
     4.5
Preemergence.  Single application.  Do not
follow treated crop within the same year
with any other crop except those on label.
Do not use treated plants for feed or
forage within 60 days after application.

Use restricted to Oklahoma and Texas.
Preemergence.  Apply at time of planting
peanuts.  Do not hog-down treated fields.
Do not graze treated fields or feed treatec
plants to livestock within 4 months of
application.
Preemergence.  Single application.  Do not
follow treated crop within the same year
with any crop except those on the label.
Do not use treated plants for feed or
forage within 60 days after application.

Preemergence.  Single application.  Do not
follow treated crop within the same year
with any other crop except those on label.
Do not use treated plants for feed or
forage within 60 days after application.
  *p-nitrophenyla ,a,a-trifluoro-2-nitro-p-tolyl ether

 Issued:    6-30-75                     I-F-13     Replaces page issued  4-30-73

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                         GIBBERELLIC ACID  (and Na  or K  salts)




PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L; S; D; WP; SP; Tablets




TYPE PESTICIDE: Plant Regulator
r
!
j
i
**

i
i
i
;
TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
LSh (ppm)

Artichokes
Beans
Blueberries


Celery
i





Cherries
Sour
Sweet
'
Citrus :
Lemons :
Oranges
(navel)
Tangelos and
Tangerines

0.15
NF
0.15


0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
0.15
gms. actual/A.
5
(.25 ppm)
1.5 gms./lOO Ibs
seed
240
200 ppm in
300 gal. /A

10
(50 ppm)
30
(25 ppm)
24
(10 ppm)
20
(10 ppm)
40
(20 ppm)
30
(15 ppm)

Hasten maturity. Overall spray in fall.
Do not apply within 7 days before harvest.
Seed treatment. Promotes rapid emergence.
To increase fruit set.
Single foliage application. Spray to run-
off from full bloom to 2 weeks after full
bloom. Do not make more than one
application per crop year. Do not exceed
300 gal. of spray per A. Do not apply
to plants of low vigor. 40 day preharvest
interval .
Increase plant height and yield. Apply
1-4 weeks before harvest.
Increase leaf production and fruit yield.
Apply 10-14 days after bloom. Do not
apply within 30 days before harvest.
Increase size, firmer fruit and delay
harvest. Apply 14-21 days before harvest.
Fruit is light green to straw colored.
Delay fruit maturity. Apply before fruit
yellows (Nov. -Dec.). Do not apply within
30 days before harvest.
ielay rind aging. Preharvest single spray
(Oct. -Jan.) before or after color change.
Do not apply with 10 days before harvest.
Do not apply in whitewash spray.
Increase fruit set and yield. Apply at
full bloom
  Issued:   6-30-75
I-G-1.1
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                                 GIDBERELLIC ACID
      USE
                TOLERANCE
                  ( ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
  Cotton
  Cucumbers
     (seed crop)
  Grapes
  Hops
Lettuce
(for seed)
  Oats
  Peas
  Potatoes
                   NF
                   NF
                   0.15
                   0.15
                     0.15
                   NF
                   NF
                   NF
  gms. actual/A.

1.5 gms./lOO Ibs
      seed

5 fl.  oz./5 gal.
      water
   (50 ppm)
      24
   (40 ppm)

      12
   (20 ppm)

      48
   (50 ppm)
                               (10 ppm)
                               (10 ppm)
 l.S gms./lOO Ib
      seed

 1.5 gms/100 Ib
      seed

      1.0 ppm
      solution
Seed treatment.  Promotes rapid emergence.
Product stamiate flowers on gynoecious
inbred pickle lines.  Apply when first
true leaf expands to 1-inch diameter.
Repeat twice at 5 day intervals.

Cluster elongation.  Apply before bloom
when clusters are 2-5 inches long.
              and
Berry thinning.  Apply during bloom.

              and
Increase berry size.  Apply from shatter
stage to 2 weeks later.

Increase yield and harvest aid.  Apply
3 weeks before bloom when vines are 5-8
feet long.                                 I

Obtain uniform bolting and increase seed
production.  Do not feed crop wastes to    f
livestock.  Make three applications at     j
4-, 8-, and 12-leaf stage.                   ;

Seed treatment.  Promotes rapid emergence. |
  Seed treatment.  Promotes rapid emergenci.
Seed piece dip treatment.  Break dormancy
and stimulate uniform sprouting.
                                                                                   	1
Issued:   6-30-75
                              I-G-1.2
                                                         Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                                        GIBBERELLIC ACTD
          USE
                TOLERANCE
                   (ppm)
                                     DOSAGE
                                          LIMITATIONS
**
     Prunes
       (Italian)

     Rhubard
Rye


Soybeans


Sugarcane
     Wheat
 0.15


 0.15



   NF


   NF
 0.15
(sugar-
cane,
fodder,
 and
forage)
                    m
gms. actual/A.

   60
 (50 ppm)

60 ml. of 500
ppm solution to
each crown

1.5 gms./lOO Ibs
       seed

1.5 gms./iee Ibs
       sedd

84 in 7-10 gal.
      spray
          1.5 gms./lOO Ibs
                 seed
Reduce interaal browning and increase yield
Apply 3-4 weeks prior to harvest.

Increase yield of forced crop.  Apply to
crown within 24 hours after bringing into
forcing houses.

Seed treatment.  Promotes rapid emergence.
                                                 Seed treatemnt.  Promotes rapid emergence.
Use limited to HaHaii.  Aerial application
to increase sucrose yield. Use 56 gns as
a single treatment or two or three 28 gm
applications with 30-45 day intervals to
cane at .least 3 months old.  Application
should not be made less than 4 months prior
to harvest.

Seed treatment.  Promotes rapid emergence.
    Issued:  12-20-74
                                     I-G-1.3

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                     GLYPHOSATE (ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT)*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                                         PRINCIPAL FORMULATION: L
GENERAL INFORMATION:
                        A foliar application herbicide for relatively non-
                        selective control of grasses and broadleaf weeds.
                        Rainfall within 6 hours after application may reduce
                        its effectiveness.  Heavy rainfall within 2 hours
                        of application may require a retreatment.  Not
                        for use with aerial spray equipment.

TIME PEQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Visible effects within 2-4 days for most
                            annuals; 7-10 days for most perennials.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  A gradual wilting, and yellowing to browning.

MODE OF ACTION:  Not know; may inhibit the aromatic amino acid biosynthesis.
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  Canada thistle  (b)
  common lambs-
     quarters  (a)
  common mullein  (b)
  curly dock  (b)
  field bindweed  (b)
GLASSES CONTROLLED:

  annual bluegrass  (a)
  bermudagrass  (b)
  crabgrass  (a)
  dallisgrass  (b)
  downy brome  (a)
  fescue  (b)
                        fleabane (a)
                        giant ragweed (a)
                        hemp dogbane (b)
                        kochia (a)
                        milkweed (b)
                        P ennsyIvania
                          smartweed (a)
prickly lettuce (a)
redroot pigweed (a)
Russian thistle (a)
smooth pigweed (a)
swamp smartweed (b)
velvetleaf (a)
                        field sandbur  (a)
                        foxtail  (a)
                        johnsongrass (b)
                        Kentucky bluegrass  (b)
                        pan!cum  (a)
      paragrass  (b)
      quackgrass  (b)
      shattercane  (a)
      vaseygrass  (b)
      wheat  (volunteer)  (a)
NOTE:   (a)  Annuals.  Treat with 1-1.5 Ib. act./A.
        (b)  Perennials.  Treat with 2-5 Ib. act./A.
*N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine(isopropylaminp salt)
*Proprietary name: "Roundup"
Issued:  3-30-77
                             I-G-2.1
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                     GLYPHOSATE (ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT)

                        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS
  APPLES (NON-BEARING)   N.F.
                        Do not apply to trees that will bear fruit
                        within one year after application.

        1.5             Annual weed control.   Apply as a directed spray
  (in 20-60 gal.  water)  toward the base of the tree.   Spray may come
                        in contact with the brown bark.  Do not allow
                        spray or drift to contact green bark or foliage
                        of trees.  Repeat treatment if necessary.
       2-5
  (in 20-60 gal.  water)
                        Perennial weed control.  Apply as above.
  BARLEY                0.1 ppm (grain)
                        0.2 ppm (forage)
                        Do not exceed 8 Ibs.  act./A.  Do not plant
                        crops other than those on the label for
                        one year following application.  Do not feed
                        or forage treated crops within 8 weeks after
                        application.

       1-1.5            Preemergence.   Annual weed control.  Apply to
  (in 20-60 gal.  water) emerged weeds prior to crop emergence.  Do not
                        spray to the point of rxinof f.  A repeat treatment
                        may be made before the crop emerges, so long as
                        the combined total of both treatments does not
                        exceed 8 Ibs. act./A. per crop.
       2-5              Preemergence.
  (in 20-60 gal.  water) above.
                                       Perennial weed control.  Apply as
  CHERRIES (NON-
  BEARING)
        1.5-5
  (in 20-60 gal. water)
                        N.F.
                        Do not apply to trees that will bear fruit
                        within one year after application.

                        Refer to APPLFS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
                             I-G-2.2
Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                    GLYPHOSATE (ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT)
Croups and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)
  CORN (field, pop
         and sweet)
       1-5
  (in 20-60 gal. water)
  OATS
      1-5
  (in 20-60 gal. water)

  SORGHUM (MILO)
      1-5
  (in 20-60 gal. water)
  SOYBEANS
      1-5
  (in 20-60 gal. xrater)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm (grain)
0.2. ppm (forage)
Do not exceed R Ibs. act./A.  Do not plant
crops other than those on the label for one
year following application.  Do not feed or
forage treated crows within 8 weeks after
application.

Preemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same information)
0.1 ppm (grain)
0.2 ppm (forage)
Do not exceed 8 Ibs. act./A.  Do not plant crops
other than those on the label for one year
following application.  Do not feed or forage
treated crops within 8 weeks after application.

Preemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same information).
0.1 ppm (grain)
0.2 ppm (forage)
Do not exceed 8 Ibs. act./A.  Do not plant crops
other than those on the label for one year
following application.  Do not feed or forage treated
crops x^ithin 8 weeks after application.

Preemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same information).
0.2 ppm (soybeans)
0.4 ppm (forage and hay)
Do not exceed 8 Ibs. act./A.  Do not plant crops
other than those on the label for one year following
application.  Do not feed or forage treated crops
within 8 weeks after application.

Preemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-G-2.3
Replaces page issued 12-20-7''

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                          GLYPFOSATE (ISOFROPYLAMINE SALT)

Crops and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

   WHEAT                0.1 ppm (grain)
                        0.2 ppm (forage)
                        Do not exceed 8 Ibs. act./A.  Do not plant crops
                        other than those on the label for one year following
                        application.  Do not feed or forage treated crops
                        within 8 weeks after application.

       1-5              Preemergence.  Refer to BARLEY (same information).
   (in 20-60 gal. water)

Sites and Dosage

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

   building foundations N.F.
   sidewalks
   fencerows
   shelterbelts^
   driveways

   2 fl. oz. of 41%     Annual weed control.  Apply with a suitable
   soln. per gal. water/ sprayer.  Shield any adjacent desirable plants.
   1,000 sq. ft.

   3 fl. oz. of 41%     Perennial weed control.  Apply as above.
   soln. per gal. water/
   1,000 sq. ft.

RIGKTS-OF-WAY

   railroad             N.F.
   pipeline
   highway
   utility

       4 Ibs. act.      Spot treatment.  Handgun and high volume equipment.
   (in 100 gal. water)  Apply uniformly to vegetation to be controlled, but
                        not to the point of runoff.  Shield any adjacent
                        desirable plants.  Repeat treatment if necessary.

    1-5 Ibs. act./A.    Broadcast.  Apply uniformly to vegetation to be
   (in 20-60 gal.       controlled, but not to the point of runnoff.
      Water)             Dosage is determined by weed species to be
                        eliminated.  Shield any adjacent desirable plants.
                        Repeat treatment if necessary.
Issued:  3-30-77             I-G-2.4

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                    GLYPHOSATE (ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT)

Sites and Dosage        Tolerance, Use and Limitations

COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  tank farms            N.F.
  pumping installations
  lumberyards           Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
  fencerows
  plant sites
  parking areas
  airports

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

  building foundat ions  N.F.
  sidewalks
  fencerows             Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
  driveways
  around swimming
    pools and _tennis_
    courts
  Issued:   3-30-77           I-G-2.5

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                               GLYPHOSINE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator            PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   SP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Water soluble powder used to hasten ripening
                      and increase the level of sucrose in sugarcane.
                      Rainfall within 4 hours after application
                      may reduce effectiveness.  Application may
                      initiate development of shooting eye.  The product
                      may not increase the sucrose content under conditions
                      of good natural ripening.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  Within 2-3 weeks the product may produce a slight
                        yellowing to pronounced browning and drying of the
                        leaves, and a shortening of upper internodes.
                        Spindle death may occur.  Use only on last ratoon
                        crop prior to replanting otherwise thinning may
                        occur the following season.

MODE OF ACTION:  Evidence of inhibition of invertase; stimulation of alpha
                 amulase; retardation of chlorophyll biosynthesis in new
                 shoots.
*N,N-bis(phosphonomethyl)glycine
*Proprietary name: "Polaris"
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 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE
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           GLYPHOSINE

    Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  2.1-3.0
  2.1-3.0
  4.0
    3 ppm.
    Do not apply to sugarcane to be harvested for
    seed purposes.  Do not apply to any crops other
    than sugarcane.

    Foliar application by aircraft.  Apply in 5-10 gal.
    water per acre.  Do not use on very light, sandy
    soils.

       Use limited to Florida.  Apply 5-8 weeks before
       harvest.  Use the higher dosage under adverse
       ripening conditions or on less responsive
       varieties.  Use only for the last ratoon crop
       prior to replanting.

       Use limited to Louisiana.  Apply 4-8 weeks before
       harvest.  Use the higher dosage under adverse
       ripening conditions or on less responsive
       varieties.  Use only for the last ratoon crop
       prior to replanting.
                    NOTE:
       Use limited to Hawaii.
       harvest.
Apply 6-10 weeks before
       Most of the sucrose increase is concentrated
       in the top nodes of the treated cane stalk.
       To recover maximum sugar where topping is
       practiced during harvest, discard only the
       terminal leaves or spindle.
Issued: 6-30-75
             I-G-3.2

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                        HEAVY AROMATIC NAPHTHA
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator          PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A sucker control agent for tobacco.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations

AGRICULTURAL CROPS
TOBACCO

1 quart (99%)
(in 3-4 qts. water)
N.F.

Apply 1 tablespoon of diluted material to the
top of tobacco stalk after topping.  If rain
occurs soon after application, effectiveness
may be reduced.  Do not spray on leaf surfaces
since some injury may occur to young leaves.
Any puddling at the bottom of the plant will
result iu crop injury.
  Issued:  3-30-77
    I-H-1

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                                   HEXACHLOROACETONE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Desiccant
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
 Alfalfa
   (seed crop)
           Ibs.  actual/A.

                2.7
              Preharvest desiccant.  Apply evenly over
              crop when seed is mature.  Do not pasture
              livestock on treated areas.  Do not use
              seed or plant remnants of treated crop
              as food, feed, or forage.
  Issued:   8-31-68
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                              n-HEXANOL*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
                            PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC
GENERAL INFORMATION:
A tobacco sucker control agent.  It is presently only
formulated as a mixture with n-octanol and n-decanol.
The following dosages represent the amount of total
active ingredient, not just the amounts of n-hexanol.
Refer to n-octanol and n-decanol for specific infor-
mation regarding these chemicals.
TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

TOBACCO
9.38-14.07

9.38-11.73

18.34-22
(in 50 gal.
water)

7.04-9.38
(in 50 gal.
water)
   Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   N.F.

   May be
   ly to
   early
   1 inch
   plants
   during
   windy
   plants
                                applied 3-5 days before topping, or immediate-
                               3 days after topping.  Top at the button or
                               flower stage, removing any suckers exceeding
                                in length.  Do not apply to wet or wilted
                                 when leaves begin to close in the evening,
                                extremely hot, still weather, or while very
                               conditions prevail.  Straighten any leaning
                                prior to application.
     flue-cured tobacco

     burley tobacco

     dark tobacco
   Dual treatment with maleic hydrazide.  Apply the
   n-hexanol emulsion before or after topping as
   described above.  Pull any missed suckers and
   secondary suckers longer than one half inch before
   the second application.  Apply the maleic hydrazid
   solution 7-10 days after the first application in
   accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
*l-hexanol

Issued:  10-20-75
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                       INDOLE-3-BUTYRIC ACID
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
                  Principal Formulations: D, FM
GENERAL INFORMATION:


Sites and Dosage

ORNAMENTALS

Cuttings

0.057-4.5% (D)
A rooting hormone for use on cuttings and as a
starter solution to reduce transplant shock.

Tolerance, Use and Limitations
Herbaceous Ornamentals
N.F.
To induce rooting of cuttings.  Moisten base of
cutting and tap off excess moisture.  Dip base of
moistened cutting into the dust.  Tap off excess
dust and insert cutting in a hole in the rooting
medium with at least one node covered.  Pack
sand firmly around cutting.  Do not wet hairy
or pithy cuttings prior to dusting.  Do not allow
cuttings to become dry or wilted while rooting.
Use the proper strength of rooting dust which is
prescribed for a particular species.  Refer to the
species listed on a given label to determine the
appropriate formulation or concentration to use.
Also formulated with 2-methyl-l-naphthylacetic
acid and 2-methyl-l-naphthylacetamide and
1-naphthylacetamide and/or thiram (a fungicide).
     N.F.
0.42-0.44 Tbs. (0.0004%)(FM) Starter solution for transplants.  Pour into
(in 1 pt. water per plant)   planting holes or trenches and over the soil
                             as roots are being covered.  Wet soil around plant
                             with water after planting.
0.38-0.75 Tbs. (0.0006%)(FM)
(in 1-2 pts. water,
 respectively, per plant)

0.5-0.75 Tbs. (0.003%)(FM)
(in 1 pt. water per plant)

0.125 Tbs.  (0.018%) (FM)
(in 1 pt. water per plant)
Issued:  3.30-77
     I-I-l.l

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                     IIJDOLE-3-BUTYRIC ACID
 Sites and Dosage

 ORNAMENTALS

 Small Woody shrubs
Tolerance, Use  and Limitations
N.F.
1.25-1.31 Tbs.  (0.0004%)(FM)  Starter  solution for  transplants.   Pour  into
(in 3 pts. water per plant)   planting holes  and  over  the  soil as roots  are
                              being covered.  Wet soil around plant with water
1.5 Tbs.  (0.0006%)(FM)        after planting.
(in 4 pts. water per plant)

1.5 Tbs.  (0.003%)(FK)
(in 4 pts. water per plant)

0.5 Tbs. (0.018%) (!?!)
(in 4 pts. water per plant)
Large Shrubs
   and trees

3.33-3.5 Tbs.  (0.0004%)(FM)
(in 8 pts. water per plant)

3 Tbs. (0.0006%)(FM)
(in 8 pts. water per plant)

6-12 Tbs.  (0.003%)(FM)
(in 8-16 pts. water,
 respectively, per plant)

1-2 Tbs. (0.018%)(FM)
(in 8-16 pts. water,
 respectively, per plant)

Seeds and bulbs

0.057-0.1% (D)
N.F.
Starter solution for transplants.  Pour  into
planting holes and over the soil as roots are
being covered.  Wet soil around plant with
water after planting.
N.F.

To enhance germination and stimulate root growth.
Tumble seeds or bulbs in glass jar or drum until
evenly coated.  Screen off excess dust and plant
as usual.  Bulbs may be set in plant bed and
the tops dusted lightly before covering with soil
Issued:  3-30-77
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                                  ISOPROPALIN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppra)
                                 DOSAGE
                            LIMITATIONS
 Peppers
  (transplant,
  direct seeded)
 Tobacco
  Burley
  Flue-cured .
  Dark

 Tomatoes
  (seeded,
  transplant)
   0.05
   NF
  0.05
Ib. actual/A.

    2.0
    1.5
    2.0
Use restricted to California, Florida,
Louisiana, North Carolina, and Texas on
transplants.  Use restricted to California
Louisiana, North Carolina, and Texas on
direct-seeded peppers.  Incorporate up to
2 weeks before planting or transplanting.
Do not use on muck or other soils high in
organic matter.   Do not plant other crops
used for food or feed within one year of
the treatment.

Pretransplant soil incorporation.  Do not
plant other crops used for food or feed
within 1 year after application.
Preplant or pretransplant soil incorpora-
tion.  Do not plant other crops used for
food or feed within 1 year after applica-
tion.
*2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropylcumidine
Issued:   4-30-73                1-1-3

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                                 ISOPROPYL N-PHENYLCARBAMATE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC;  L; WP;  D;  G




   TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMECAOTCBS
(ppm)

Alfalfa











Chemical Fallow:
(land to "be
seeded to)
Alfalfa
Clovers
Flax
Peas
Clovers :
Als ike
Crimson
Lad in o
Red
Subterranean
Trefoil
White







5.0
(hay)
2.0
alfalfa)








Extended

(refer to
specific
crops)

0.1
2.0
(clover)
5.0
(hay)










lb. actual/A.
k.O


5.0
8.0




12.0


15.0






U.o


5.0

8.0









Preplanting application just before
planting. Do not disc into soil.

Preemergence use only on seedling weeds.
Preplanting application. Disc into soil
prior to germination of weeds and grasses.
or
Postemergence . Apply when crop has at
least three true leaves .
Apply in late fall to early spring. Do
not graze livestock on treated fields or
feed treated forage to livestock.
Apply to well established grasses and
weeds. Disc into soil several months
before planting.




Preplanting application just before
planting. Do not disc into soil.

Preemergence application.

Preplanting application. Disc into soil
prior to germination of weeds and grasses.
or
Postemergence application when clover
has at least three true leaves.
or
Apply in fall or spring prior to
germination of annual weeds, or when
crop has three or more true leaves.
**
     *isopropyl  carbanilate;  IPC




     Issued:  12-20-74
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                                ISOPROPYL N-PHENYLCARBAMATE
     USE
                      TOLERANCE    DOSAGE
                        (ppm)
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Flax
Lentils
Lettuce
**
Peas:
 Field
Peas:
 Dry
 Green
                         0.1
                    0.1
                    0.1
                    0.1
                    0.1
Ib. actual/A.

     4.0

     5.25


     8.0


     4.0


     6.0
    ll.O



     5.0


     4.0


     5-0

     8.0
Preemergence application.

Postemergence application when flax is
2-4 inches high.

Preplanting application.  Disc into soil
prior to germination of weeds and grasses

Preplanting application.  Disc into top
4 inches soil and plant within 2 days.

Preplanting soil incorporation.  Plant
immediately after application.
                or
Preemergence application.
                or
Postemergence application when lettuce
has at least four or more leaves.

Preplanting application in late winter
or early spring (4-6 weeks before
planting).

Preplanting application.  Disc into top
5-6 inches of soil.  Do not apply later
than 10 days before planting.

Postemergence.  Apply when peas are
well rooted.

Preemergence application.

Preplanting application not more than
10 days before planting or disc into
top k-6 inches of soil.
Issued:   12-20-74
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                                   ISOFROPYL N-PHENYLCARBAMATE
         USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                LIMITATIONS
   Safflower
**
   Spinach
    Sugar beets
 Extended
    0.1
     0.1
 (roots
  and topj
It. actual/A.

     U.O
                                    6.0
                                    il.o
     5.0
                                     6.0
Preplanting soil incorporation, followed
with furrow irrigation.
                  or
Preemergence application followed with
irrigation.

Preplanting application just before
planting.  Do not disc into soil.

Preemergence application.
                  or
Postemergence application when spinach
is in two-to four-leaf stage.

Preplanting application in late winter
or early spring (k-6 weeks before
planting).

Preplanting application 1-2 days before
planting.  Disc into top k inches of soil.

Postemergence application when sugar
beets are well rooted.
    Issued:  12-20-74
                  I-I-5.3

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                           ISOPROFYL W-(3-GHLOROEHENYL) CARBAMATE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; G

   TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Plant Regulator
USE TOTJERANCS DOSAGE LIMtTATIOHS
(ppm;

Alfalfa
.









Beans '

Lima
Pole
Snap
String
Wax
Blackberries


Blueberries


20.0
(alfalfa,
clover,
grass)
50.0
(hay)





0.3
(dry and
succulant




0.3


0.3

Ibs . actual/A.
It.O

5.0



8.0

10.0


6.0






6.0


12.0


Preemergence .

Postemergence application after
seedling alfalfa has reached trifoliate
stage .

Apply to established alfalfa vhen crop
is dormant or after first cutting.
Dodder control. Apply just prior to or
during dodder emergence, and /or after
first cutting.
Preemergence application . Plant seed
at least 1 inch deep.





Apply as directed spray from late fall
to early spring when crop is dormant, or
at time of planting.
Apply as a directed spray from late fall
to early spring when plants are dormant .
**
**
      *isopropyl m-chlorocarbanilate; CIPC
      chlopropham

      Issued:  12-20-74
I-1-6.1

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                           ISOPROFTL N-(3-CHLOROPHENYL) CAKBAMATE
          USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
              DOSAGE
                                                                UMTATIONS
**
    Carrots
**
Clovers:

 Alsike
 Crimson
 Ladino
 Red
 Subterranean
 Trefoil
 White
                         0.1
   20.0
(clovers)
   50.0
  (hay)
                                Ibs.  actual/A.
                                6.5

                                4.0
                                     5.0


                                     8.0
                            Preemergence application.

                            Posteraergence application before carrots
                            have five true leaves and before roots
                            are 1/U inch in diameter.
Preemergence application.

Postemergence application after seedling
clover has reached the four-leaf stage.

Apply to established clover vhen crop
is dormant.
     Issued:   12-20-74
                                          I-I-6.2

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                              ISOPROPYL M-(3-CHLOROPHEWYL)  CARBAMATE
           USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                                 LIMITATIONS
  **
Cowpeas
 (field peas an
 Southern peas)

Cranberries
      Garlic
'**
      Grass
       (seed crop)
      Lettuce

      Onions:

       Seeded
       Sets
                       Extended
                         0.3
                         0.1
                         20.0
                 Extended

                   0.1
Ibs.  actual/A.

      6.0



     20.0



      6.0


      6.0
      3-0
                                 6.0
Preemergence application.  Plant seed
at least 1 inch deep.
Postharvest application in Wov.-Dec.
Repeat application in early spring
while crop is still dormant.

Preemergence application to fall-planted
sets .

30 days.  Postemergence application as
directed spray to lower 1-2 inches.
Avoid application to top.
                                            Use limited to Oregon.  Apply in October,
                                            after fall rains have started, to
                                            established fields harvested for seed
                                            at least once.
Preemergence application.
                 Preemergence application or postemergence
                 application when onions are in "loop"
                 stage.   Repeat when in 3-^-leaf stage
                 and  1 month later.   Do not apply when
                 onions  are  in "flag" stage or within 1
                 month of harvest.

                 Preerriergence application same day onions
                 are  set.  Posteniergence application as a
                 directed  spray to lower 1-2 inches of
                 base after  onions are 6 in. tall, or have
                 three or  raore true  leaves.
      Issued:  12-20-74
                                     I-I-6.J

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                            ISOPROPYL N-(3-CHLOROPHENYL) CARBAMATE
          USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
          DOSAGE
                                                                tTMriATIONS
     Peas
     Pepper

     Potatoes
**
**
Raspberries



Rice




Safflower


Soybeans


Spinach
                   0.3
                 {.dry and
                 succulent
                  Extended


                 ,   5ฐ
                 (from
                 post-
                 harvest
                 applica-
                 tion)
                        0.3
                        0.1
                      (grain)
                        0.1
                      (seed)

                      Extended
0.3
       Ibs.  actual/A.

            k.Q



            6.6

            6.0

        1 lb./60,000
        Ibs.  tubers
                bu.)
                                 0.625 Ibs./
                                 60,000 Ibs.
                                 tubers (1JDOO
                                 bu.)
                                     6.0
                                     8.0
                                     6.0
            8.0
                                     2.0
Preplanting application 2 days before
planting and disc into upper ^ inches of
soil.

Preeraergence application.

Preemergence application.

Sprout inhibition.  Apply after curing
process (2 weeks after harvest) and
before sprouting.  With aerosol generator
inject into air stream and recirculate
through storage bin 1ป8 hours.  Follow
with normal ventilation practice.  Do
not use on seed potatoes.

Sprout inhibition.  Apply to washed
tubers after harvest and curing in
storage for 2 weeks or more.  Do not
apply to seed potatoes.
Apply as a directed spray from late
fall to early spring or at time of
planting.

Preemergence application.  Rice should
be seeded not less than 1 inch deep.
Apply when grass is just emerging, or
is in first leaf stage.

Preplant soil incorporation, followed
by irrigation.

Preemergence application.  Plant seed
at least 1 inch deep.

Preemergence.
     Issued:    12-20-74
                                       I-I-6.4

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                            ISOPROPYL N-(3-CHLOROPHENYL) CARBAMATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LZMTEATIOHS

Sugar "beets



Tomatoes

0.1
[roots)
0.3
Itops)
0.1
Ibs . actual/A .
6.0



IKO
( granular )

Preemergence application.



Postemergence application at layby ป
(granular formulations only) .
**
      Issued:   12-20-74
                                          I-I-6.5

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                              KARBUTILATE*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide.
                 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: G.WP.EC
GENERAL INFORMATION:
A non-selective, noncrop herbicide.  Higher dosages
or repeated spot treatment may be necessary for
the control of deep rooted perennials.  Partial or
complete top kill may occur may occur until
sufficient moisture has carried the chemical
into the root zone.  Do not apply or or near
valuable plants or in areas where their roots
may extend,
TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:   (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits the Hill reaction in photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  aster
  bindweed
  bouncingbet
  brambles
  buckhorn plantain
  chicory
  clover
  common yarrow
  dandelion
  dock
  dogbane
  dogfennel
fiddleneck
greenbrier
goldenrod
honeysuckle
horsenettle
lambsquarters
milkweed
mullein
pigweed
plantain
poison ivy
prickly 3etfure
GFASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:
  annual bluegrass
  barnyardgrass
  bentgrass
  bermudagrass
  bluegrass
  brome
  cattail
cheat
crabgrass
dallisgrass
foxtail
johnsongrass
nutgrass
orchardgrass
puncturevine
ragweed
spurge
teasel
toadflax
trumpetvine
turkey mullein
western ragweed
wild carrot
wild oat
yellow toadfjax
purpletop
quackgrass
redtop
saltgrass
vaseygrass
velvetgrass
'*tert-Butylcarbamic acid, ester with 3-(m-hydroxyphenyl)~l,l-dimethylurea
*m-(3,3-dimetbylureido)phenyl tert-butylcarbamate
*Proprietary name:  "Tandex"
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-K-1.1

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                               KAF.BUTILATE
WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED:

  aspen                 elm
  chamise               manzanita
  cherry                maple

Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

  Around barns,         N.F.
  Silos
  Fencerows
  Storage areas, etc.

   2.4-24.0 (G)(WP)
   3.0-30.0 (EC)
RIGHTS-OF-WAY

  Highway
  Pipeline
  Railroad
  Utility

   2.4-24.0 (G)(WP)
   3.0-30.0 (EC)

PAVED AREAS

   24.4 (G)
   24.0 (UP)
                    oak
                    rose
                    sumac
Tolerance, Use, and Limitations
Apply uniformly early in the growing season, or
just prior to the rainy season in arid regions.
Use the higher rates for hard-to-control weeds
and deep rooted perennials.  Also formulated with
simazine.
N.F.
Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
N.F.
Prepaying treatment.  Apply to the finished
subgrade and incorporate to a depth of 4-6
inches.  Adequate moisture is necessary after
or during treatment to carry the chemical into
the finished subgrade.  Do not apply where roots
of desirable trees, shrubs or other plants may
extend into the treated subgrade.  Apply the
WP formulation in 200 gal. water per acre.
Issued:  3-30-77
     I-K-1.2

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  (Ibs.  act./A.)
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                RARBUTILATE

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  Plant sites
  Lumber yards
  Tank farms
  Storage areas
  Parking lots, etc.

   2.4-24.0  (G)(WP)
   3.0-30.0  (EC)

PAVED AREAS

   24.4 (G)
   24.0 (WP)
      N.P.
      Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
      N.P.

      Prepaving treatment.   Refer to PAVED AREAS under
      RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-K-1.3

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                                 LEAP ARSMATE
PRINCIPAL FCEMDLAHOWS:  WP,  D



TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBffiEAIKWS
(ppm)



Grapefruit :
White
Varieties

Pink and Red
varieties

(of
combined
lead)
1






Ibs . actual/A.




5A


2.6






Reduce acidity. Apply spray 1 to 6
weeks after bloom.

Reduce acidity . Apply spray 1 to 6
weeks after bloom.
  Issued:  8-31-68
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                                       LINURON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Carrots








Celery



Corn:
Field
Sweet





Cotton
















1








0.5



0.25
(grain
or ear)
1
(fodder
or
forage)

0.25
(cotton-
seed)













Ib. actual/A.
1.5








1,5



3.0



1.5



1.5







1.0








Preemergence. Apply to crop planted
1/2 inch deep, Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on label within
4 months after application.
and /or
Postemergence. Apply when crop is
3 inches tall. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on label within
4 months after treatment.
Post transplant. Apply before crop is
8 rjbcn. Do not replant to crops
ot.u " "ha, arrots or celery within
4 mont. after application.
Preemergence. Apply to crop planted
1 3/4 inches deep. Do not plant treated
areas to crops not on the label within
4 months after treatment. -OR-
Postemergence, Apply directed spray
after crop is 15 inches tall. Do not
plant treated areas to crops not on the
label within 4 months after treatment.
Use limited to east of Rocky Mountains.
Postemergence. Apply directed spray
after crop is 20 inches tall or 2 half
doses after cotton is 15 inches tall. Do
not plant treated areas to crops not on
label within 4 months after treatment.
Do not graze treated areas or feed forage
or gin trash from treated fields.
Use restricted to Arizona and California.
Postemergence, Apply directed spray
after crop is 20 inches tall and emerged
weeds do not exceed 2 inches. Do not
plant treated areas to crops not on label
within 4 months after application. Do not
graze treated areas or feed forage or gin
trash from treated fields to livestock.
*3- (3,4-dichlorophenyl)-l-methoxy-l-methylurea
Issued:  6-15-72
                                       I-L-2.1

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                                       LINURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
  Parsnips
  Potatoes
  Sorghum
   (milo)
  Soybeans
   0.5
 (with or
without
tops, and
tops)
  0.25
  (grain)
   1
 (fodder
   and
 forage)
                  (soybeans
                   dry  or
                  succulent
                     1
                   (forage
                  and hay)
Ibs. actual/A,

     1.5
Preemergence.  Apply to crop planted
0.5 inches deep.  Do not plant treated
areas to anv crop not on label within
4 months after treatment.

                  Use limited to the Pacific Northwest and
                  east of the Rocky Mountains.
                  Preemergence.  Apply to crop planted
                  2 inches deep, after drag-off or hilling,
                  and before grasses are 2 inches tall and
                  broadleaf weeds are 6 inches tall.  Do not
                  plant to other crops not on the label
                  within 4 months a^ter treatment.

                  Preemergence.  Apply to crop pJanted
                  1 inch deep.   Do not plant treated areas
                  to any crop not on label wirhin 4 months
                  after treatment.
                            Postemergence.  Apply to crop 12 inches
                            tall or taller wj th Directed spray.  Avoid
                            contact with crop folraqe.  Do uot plant
                            treated areas to any crop not on label
                            within 4 months a^ter treatment.

                            Preemergence.  Apply Lo cro-o planted
                            1 3/4 inches deep.  ">o not plant treated
                            areas to any crop not on label within
                            4 months after
                            Postemerqence.  Apnly single directed
                            spray, or two half doses after crop is
                            15 inches tall.  Do riot, ap- ly within
                            60 days before harvest .   Do not graze
                            treated areas or feed, forage, or hay from
                            treated fields.  Do not plant treated
                            areas to anv crop not on labe  within
                            4 months after treatment.
Issued:   3-24-7^
            I-L-2.2

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                                        LINURON
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                          LIMITATIONS
 Soybeans
  (continued)
 Wheat
  (winter)
(soybeans
 dry or
succulent^
                   (forage
                   and hay)
   0.25
 (grain)
   0.5
(forage,
 hay,  and
 straw)
                             Ib.  actual/A.
                               0.25-0.5
1.75
                                  1.75
                                  0.75
                                  0.75
Use restricted to the Mid-South.  Post-
emergence.  Apply directed spray for weeds
up to 2 inches tall in soybeans at least
8 inches tall.  Do not graze treated areas
or feed forage or hay to livestock from
treated fields.  Do not apply within 60
days before harvest.  Do not replant
treated areas to any other crop within 4
months after last application.

Use restricted to Idaho, Oregon and
Washington.
Preemergence.  Do not plant treated areas
to any crop not on label within 6 months
after treatment.  Do not graze or feed
immature plants to livestock.

                 -or-

Postemergence.  Apply before weeds are
3-4 inches tall.  Do not plant treated
areas to any crop not on label within
6 months after treatment.  Do not graze
or feed immature plants to livestock.

Use restricted to East of Cascade
Mountains.  Preemergence.  Do not plant
treated area to any crop not on label
within 6 months after treatment.  Do not
graze or feed immature plants to livestock

                 -or-

Postemergence.  Apply before weeds are
2 inches tall.  Do not graze or feed
immature plants to livestock.  Do not
plant treated areas to any crop not on
label within 6 months after treatment.
Issued: 11-15-72
                                        I-L-2.3

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               METHAZOLE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                    PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Preemergence and postemergence.  Geographic
                      limitations.  Can be used alone or in a tank
                      mix with MSMA.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROP:  Delayed crop development or reduced yields may
                        result if the product is applied to seedlings
                        weakened by disease, cold weather, deep planting,
                        excessive moisture, high salt concentration or
                        drought.

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits photosynthesis.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   cocklebur (c)         pigweed (c)          sesbania (c)
   lambsquarters (c)     prickly sida (c)     smartweed (a)
   morningglory          purslane (c)         spurge (prostrate
     (annual) (c)        ragweed (a)            or spotted) (c)

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   barnyardgrass (a)     crabgrass (a)        goosegrass (a)

NOTE:  a) preemergence ground application of 1.0-2.5 Ibs. act./A. in
          20-40 gals, water.  Actual dosage rate determined by soil type.

       b) postemergence directed spray application of 0.5-1.5 Ibs. act./A.
          plus 1 to 2 qts. nonionic surfactant in 100 gals, water.  Actual
          dosage rate determined by the height of the cotton.

       c) either a_ or b_ above, or combinations of the two.  See use patterns
          for geographical limitations dealing with the number of appli-
          cations allowable.
*2-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-4-methyl-l,2,4-oxadiazolidine-3,5-dione

^Proprietary Name:   Probe

Issued:  10-20-75                I-M-1.1

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Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON
                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               METHAZOLE

                         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
        (WP)
1.0-1.5
(sandy)
1.5-2.0 (WP)
(loam)
2.0-2.5
(clay)
(in 20-40 gal.
water)
        (WP)
0.5-1.0  (WP)
1.0-1.5  (WP)
1.5  (WP)
 (in  20-40  gals.
water)
0.1 ppm. (cottonseed).
In Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico, make no more
than 2 applications per season.  In other states,
make no more than 4 applications per season.  Do
not graze or feed forage from treated areas to
livestock.  Do not rotate with any other crops
within one year of treatment, except cover crops
which must be plowed under and not grazed.

Use limited to Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi, Missouri, New Mexico, North Carolina,
Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas.

Preemergence.  Ground application only.  Dosage
determined by soil type.  Note geographic limita-
tions.  Do not graze or feed forage from treated
areas to livestock.  Do not rotate with any other
crops within one year of treatment, except cover
crops which must be plowed under and not grazed.
                         Postemergence.  Apply only as a directed spray to
                         the base on the cotton plants.  In Texas, Oklahoma
                         and New Mexico, if a preemergence application is
                         made, make only one postemergence application per
                         season.  Note other geographic limitations listed
                         above.  Dosage determined by the height of the
                         cotton.  Do not graze of feed forage from treated
                         areas to livestock.  Do not rotate with any other
                         crops within one year of treatment, except cover
                         crops which must be plowed under and not grazed.
                         Where initial application is made to heavy weed
                         density, or where drought conditions exist, a
                         follow-up application may be necessary to effect
                         optimum control.

                         Early postemergence.  (3-6 inch cotton)
                         Late postemergence.   (6 inch or taller cotton)
                         Lay-by  (30-40 inch cotton)
Issued:  10-20-75
                                    I-M-1.2

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 (Ibs. act./A.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             METHAZOLE

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations

       NOTE:  For the additional control of Crowsfoot-
       grass, Johnsongrass (seedlings), Purple Nutsedge,
       Velvetleaf and additional grasses (see MSMA label),
       methazole can be tank-mixed with MSMA.
AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON (cont'd.)
 0.5-1.0 methazole
plus 1.0-2.0 MSMA
 1.0-1.5 methazole
plus 1.0-2.0 MSMA
       0.1 ppm. (cottonseed) for methazole.
       0.7 ppm. (cottonseed) for MSMA.
       0.9 ppm. (cottonseed hulls) for MSMA.
       Observe all geographic limitations previously listed
       for using methazole alone.  Do not graze or feed
       forage from treated areas to livestock.  Do not
       rotate with any other crops within one year of
       treatment, except cover crops which must be plow-
       ed under and not grazed.   Do not use tank-mix for
       preemergence or lay-by applications.  Do not apply
       tank-mix after first bloom.

       Postemergence.  Apply tank-mix as a directed spray
       to the base of the cotton plants.  Dosage deter-
       mined by the height of the cotton.  Do not graze
       or feed forage from treated areas to livestock.
       Do not rotate with any other crops within o * year
       of treatment, except cover crops which must be plow-
       ed under and not grazed.   Where initial application
       is made to heavy weed density, or where drought con-
       ditions exist, a follow-up application may be neces-
       sary to effect optimum control.

       Early postemergence.  (3-6 inch cotton)

       Late postemergence.  (6 inch or taller cotton)

       Both tank-mix dosages require 1-2 qts. nonionic
       surfactant per 100 gals,  of water.
Issued:  10-20-75
                   I-M-1.3

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                      EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                                  METHYL BROMIDE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBttTATICKS
(ppm)



Soil
Application:
Strawberries


Tobacco



Tomatoes


Plantbeds :
(for produc-
tion of
transplants
only)
(as
inorganic
bromides)


30


HP



ko


NF




Ibs . actual/A .




2*K)


854



2kd


2 Ib. act./lOO
sq. ft.








Soil application. Expose for hS hours.
Aerate two weeks before setting
transplants in treated areas .
Seedbed treatment. Preplanting soil
fumigation. Expose to fumigation for
2*4-1*8' hours . Aerate for 2 days before
seeding .
Soil application . Expose for ^8 hours .
Aerate two weeks before setting
transplants in treated areas .
Preplanting soil treatment. Expose to
fumigation at least 2^ hours. Aerate
a minimum of 3 days before seeding, or
5-1^ days before setting vegetative
growth .
  Issued:   5-31-69
I-M-3

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                         EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                     lf-(2-METHYL-U-CHLOROPHENOXY) BUTYRIC ACID*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Sodium salt

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
        USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
    DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
  Peas
   0.1
  IDS. acid
equivalent/A.

     1.5
Apply as an overall spray when peas have
6-12 nodes.  Do not apply later than
3 nodes before flowering.  Do not graze
or forage treated pea fields.  Do not feed
treated vines to livestock.
  * MCPB

   Issued:   8-15-72
                                        I-M-6

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                          2-METHYL-^CHLOROPHENOXIA.CETIC ACID*


    PRINCIPAL R3RMULATICNS:  Tech; EC; L;  potassium,  sodium,and  various  amine  salts

    TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
           USE
                TOLERANCE
                  (ppm)
    DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
**
**
     Alfalfa
      Barley
 **
 **
**
Clovers:

  Alsike
  Ladino
  Red

Clovers:

  Red
  White
  (seed crop)
      Clovers:

        Crimson
        Subterranean
                 75.0
                 (Interim]
                 0.2
                 (grain)
                 20.0
                 (forage)
                 (Interim
Ibs.  actual/A.

      0.5



      1-5



      0.5
                       75.0
                       (fresh)
                       (Interim
                       75.0
                       (fresh)
                       (Interim
                 75.0
                 (fresh)
                 (Interim
      0.5
      0.25
      0.13
Apply in spring when tops are dormant
before active growth starts or
immediately after cutting.

Postemergence application from tiller to
early boot stage.  Do not apply during
boot to dough stages.

Postemergence application from emergence
to boot stage.
Apply in spring when tops are dormant
before active growth starts.
For new stands, apply when two true
leaves are present.  For established
stands, apply in spring or fall before
growth is four inches tall.  Do not
allow meat or dairy animals to graze
treated fields.  Do not feed crop
threshings to livestock.

Apply in early spring before clover starts
rapid growth.  Do not allow meat or dairy
animals to graze treated fields.  Do not
feed crop threshings to livestock.
     *MCPA

     Issued:   12-20-74
                                        I-M-TI.1

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                           EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                           a-METHIL-U-CHLOROPHENCBCYACETIC ACID
          USE
                 TOLERANCE
                    (ppm)
             DOSAGE
                                                                LIMITATIONS
**
**
    Fallow land
    Flax
Flax
  (underseeded
  to clovers,
  timothy,
  fescues,
  bromegrass and
  wheatgrass)

Grains
   (underseeded
   to alfalfa,
   clover,
   lespedeza,
   and  vetch)

Oats
 **
 **
    Pastures
      (established)
Peas
                     HF
   0.1
(flaxseed
(Interim)
Extended
                      Extended
   O.Z
(grain)
   2.0
(straw)
  20.0
(forage)

  30.0
(Interim)
                         0.1
                                Ibs. actual/A.
   0.6


   0.6
                0.5
   1.5



   0.5


   2.0



0.375
 Apply to weeds actively growing.   Do not
 plant to any crop until 3 months  after
 treatment or until chemical has
 disappeared from soil.

 Post emergence.  Apply when plants are
 2-8 inches tall but before bud stage.

 Apply as a directed spray when clover
 and grass seedlings are two inches tall.
             Apply from tiller to boot  stage  (^-10
             inches tall)  and  when legumes are  2-3
             inches tall.
 Postemergence.  Apply from full tiller
 to boot stage.  Do not spray oats  during
 boot  to dough stage.

 Postemergence application from emergence
 to boot stage.

 Apply when weeds  are  actively growing.
 When  clover and alfalfa are present,
 reduce  rate to 0.25 pounds.

Postemergence.  Broadcast spray later than
3-node stage and before first pea
flowering.  Do not feed treated vines
to livestock; do not forage or graze
treated pea fields.
    Issued:  12/20/74
                                      I-M-11.2

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                           2-METHTL-U-CHLOROPHEHOXYACETIC ACID
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Rice


Rye



Wheat




(Inฐferim)


0.?
(grain)
/ 2.0 .
(straw)
.2.0
(forage)
(Interim]
, 0.2
(grain)
. 2.0
(straw)
20.0
(forage)
(Interim
Ibs. actual/A.
1.5


1.5



1.5

0.5


Postemergence. Apply when rice is full
tillered and 6-8 inches above water
(55-65 days after planting). Do not
spray after rice is in boot stage.
Postemergence. Apply from tiller to
early boot stage. Do not apply during
boot to dough stage.


Postemergence application. Apply from
tiller to early boot stage. Do not
apply during boot to dough stages.
Postemergence application from emergence
to boot stage.

**
**
**
    Issued:  12-20-74
                                          I-M-11.3

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                           EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                      METHYL ESTERS OF FATTY ACIDS (Cg-C12)

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Plant Regulator
        USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
    Tobacco
           .t)s.  actual/A.

                17 A
              For tobacco sucker control.  Top plants
              early to midbloom.  Remove suckers over
              one inch long.   Direct coarse spray toward
              top of plant.  Repeat 10 days later.
    Issued:  8-31-68
                                        I-M-18

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                        EPA  Compendium of  Registered  Pesticides
                               METHYL ISOTHIOCYAMTE
PRINCIPAL POeMDLATIOWS:  L
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DQSAGE UMTEASnCNS
ippa;

Cropland



Orchard sites





m



KF




Ibs . actual/A.
118



144





Preplant soil treatment. Expose to
fumigation for 4-7 days. Aerate by
cultivation and delay planting 7 days
for each 23 pounds active used per acre.
Preplant soil treatment where deep
penetration is required. Expose to
fumigation for 4-7 days. Aerate by
cultivation and delay planting 7 days
for each 23 pounds active used per acre.
   Issued:  8-31-68
I-M-19

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

            METHYLDODECYLBENZYL TRIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE 80% AND
          METHYLDODECYLXYLYLENE BIS (TRIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE) 20%*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Algaecide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: S

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Swimming pool algaecide.  Toxic to fish.   Treated
                      effluent should not be discharged where it will
                      drain into lakes, streams, ponds, or public waters.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).


PESTS CONTROLLED:  Unspecified algae.
*Hyamine  2389

Issued: 10-20-75                   I-M-20.1

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

       METHYLDODECYLBENZYL TBIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE 80% AND
     METHYLDODECYLXYLYLENE BIS (TRIMETHYL AMMONIUM CHLORIDE) 20%
Sites and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(concentration in ppm.)
AQUATIC AREAS

SWIMMING POOLS

   4


  10
   4.2
N.F.

Apply at this concentration to a freshly filled
pool to prevent algal growth.

Apply at this concentration at the first sign
of algal growth.  After the death of the algae,
clean the pool, drain and refill if necessary and
follow-up with a 4 ppm. application.

Apply at this concentration for maintenance
control after the elimination of existing
algae is completed.  Repeat every 5-7 days.
Regardless as to whether the treated pool
water is recycled or filtered, retain a
2-5 ppm. concentration of active ingredient.

A winter application during swimming pool
off season shutdown.  Apply prior to filter
shutdown and allow to circulate.  Repeat once
or twice if necessary.  Apply the same treatment
without filter agitation approximately 4-6
weeks before resuming daily pool operations.
Issued:  10-20-75
          I-M-20.2

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                         EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                                 METHYLENE CHLORIDE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LDttTAITCNS
(ppm;

Citrus fruits :
Grapefruit
Kumquats
Lemons
Limes
Oranges
Tangeloes
Tangerines
(for post
harvest
fumiga-
tion)
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs act/1 ,000 cu
n*
2.7
(2 quarts of
formulation)






Degreening, with ethylene gas . Apply
metered dosage over 2k hour period .
Exposure should not exceed J2 hours .
Aerate by fan for 12 hours .





   Issued:   8-31-68
I-M-21

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                           EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                      4-(METHYLSULFONYL)-2,6 DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS L; WP; Flowable

   TYPE PESTICIDE: Herbicide
                     TOLERANCE
                       (ppm)
              DOSAGE
                                       LIMITATIONS
    Alfalfa
     (seeded)

     (established
     pure stands)
   '*
** |Almonds
**
    Apples
    Apricots
  0.1
  0.1
(almonds
 and
 hulls)
  0.1
 0.1
Lbs. Actual/A.

     1.5


     1.5



     4.0
     4.0
     4.0
Preplant soil incorporation 0-6 weeks
before seeding.

Apply in the dormant season or after
last cutting.  Do not apply within 45
days before grazing or cutting.

Use limited to California.
Soil incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees
after harvest and before June 1 of the
following year.

Use limited to California.
Soil incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees
after harvest and before June 1 of the
following year.

Use limited to California.
Soil incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees after
harvest and before June 1 of the following
year.
    *Proprietary name:   "Planavin"

   Issued:  6-30-75
                                           I-M-23.1   Feplaces page issued  12-20-74

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                      EPA Compendium of  Registered Pesticides

                  4-(METHYLSULFONYL)-2,6-DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppro)
                                DOSAGE
                          LIMITATIONS
Beans
 Dry
 Snap
                   0.1
                            .D. actual/A.
                1.5
Broccoli
Brussels
sprouts
Cabbage
  0.1
  0.1
 0.1
1.5
1.5
1.5
issued:12'20-74
             I-M-23.2
Preplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before seeding.
             or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers, watermelons,
or crops not on the label for one year
after treatment.

Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before planting.
         or
Posttransplant soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers, watermelons,
or crops not on the lable for one year
after treatment.

Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before planting.
                 or
Posttransplant soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers, watermelons,
or crops not on the label for one year
after treatment.

Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before planting.
          or
Posttransplant soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers, watermelons,
or crops not on the label for one year
after treatment.

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                  4-(METHYLSULFONYD-2,6-DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE
I
i











USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cauliflower






Cotton


I
1

1
f
i
i

5
f
i
i
i




i
^
J Cucumbers

0.1






0.1
(cotton
seed)















0.1
Ib. actual/A.
1.5






1.25

1.0

1.0




1.0








1.5
i ! I
i
B
** | Grapes

















|



0.1











4.0











Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before planting.
or
Posttransplant soil incorporation. Do
not preplant to cucumbers, watermelons,
or crops not on the label for one year
after treatment.
Preplant soil incorporation in fall.
or
Preplant soil incorporation in spring,
or
Preemergence soil incorporation. Do
not replant to cucumber, watermelons,
or crops not on the label for 1 year
after treatment .

Use restricted to Arizona, California,
New Mexico, and Texas. Postemergence
incorporation at layby, as directed spray
between the rows and beneath cotton plants
Do not replant to cucumbers, watermelons
or crops not on the label for 1 year after
treatment. Do not treat within 90 days
before harvest. =
i
Preemergence soil incorporation 0-3
days after seeding. Do not replant to '•
cucumbers, watermelons, or crops not on
the label for one year after treatment.
Use limited to California, Post-
emergence soil incorporation. Apply
as a directed spray to soil between
plants, after harvest and before June
1 of the following year.

i

)
i

Issued:  6-30-75
I-M-23.3
Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                          KPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                     4-(METHYLSULFONYL)-2,6-DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE
           USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                     DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
**  i Guar
     Lima beans
**  i Okra
**  ' Peaches
    : Peanuts
**  'Pears
  0.1
  0.1
  0.1
  0.1
!  0.1
                        0.1
Ib.  actual/A.

   1.5



   1.5
   1.5
                                    4.0
   1.5
              4.0
     Issued:  6-30-75
                                    I-M-23.4
Soil incorporation anytime from 6 weeks
prior to planting to immediately after
planting.

Preplant soil incorporation 0-6 weeks
before seeding.
          -or—
Preplant soil incorporation.  Do not
replant to cucumbers, watermelons, or
crops not on the label for one year after
treatment.

Soil incorporation anytime from 6 weeks
prior to planting to immediately after
planting.

Use limited to California.  Soil
incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees after
harvest and before June 1 of the following
year.

Preplant soil incorporation 0-6 weeks
before harvest.
           -or-
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers, watermelons, or
crops not on the label for one year after
treatment.

Use limited to California.  Soil
incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees
after harvest and before June 1 of the
following year.
                                                     Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                  4-(METHYLSULFONYL)-2,6-DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE
         USE
                 TOLERANCE
                    (ppm)
                                   DOSAGE
                                        LIMITATIONS
   Peas
   Peppers
**
Plums
   Safflower
   Southern peas
                   0.1
        Lb. actual/A.

              1.5
                   0.1
0.1
                   0.1
                  (seed)
                   0.1
              1.5
4.0
              1.5
              1.5
Preplant soil incorporation 0-6 weeks
before seeding.
          or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do
not replant to cucumbers,  watermelons, or
crops not on the label for one year after
treatment.

Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before setting.
           or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do not
replant to cucumbers, watermelons, or crops
not on the label for one year after
treatment.

Use limited to California.  Soil
incorporation before planting or in
established plantings.  Apply as a
directed spray to soil between trees after
harvest and before June 1  of the
following year.

Preplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before seeding.
                or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do not
replant to cucumbers, watermelons, or
crops not on the label for one year after
treatment.

Preplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before seeding.
            or
Preemergence soil incorporation.  Do not
replant to cucumbers, watermelons, or
crops not on the label for one year after
treatment.
   Issued:  12-20-74
                             I-M-23.5

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                    4-(METHYLSULFONYL)-2,6-DINITRO-N,N-DIPROPYLANILINE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Soybeans

Tomatoes

Tomatoes
(established
seedling)
Watermelons
1



0.1
(dry)

0.1

0.1
0.1


Ib. actual/A.
1.5
1.5
2.0
1.5

1.5
1.5



Preplant soil incorporation in fall or
0-6 weeks before seeding.
-or-
Preemergence soil incorporation. Do not
replant to cucumbers , watermelons or
crops not on the label for one year
after treatment.
Preplant soil incorporation in fall or
0-6 weeks before seeding for control of
rhizome Johnsongrass in Alabama, Arkansas
Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri and
Tennessee.
Pretransplant soil incorporation 0-6
weeks before setting.
-or-
Posttransplant soil incorporation. Do not
replant to cucumbers, watermelons or crops
not on the label for one year after
treatment .
Soil incorporation. Apply as a directed
spray to soil between rows after thinning.
s
Preemergence soil incorporation 0-3 days j
after seeding. Do not replant to cucum-
bers, watermelons, or crops not on the !
label for one year after treatment. j
i

i
s*
   issued:
                                 IHK-23.6
Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                                          METOBROMURON*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:    WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LMETATICHS
tppm;

Potatoes



0.2


Ibs . actual/A .
3-0



Preemergence at time of planting or at
drag-off. Do not apply within 90 days
before harvest .
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                                  MINERAL OIL
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  I
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
        USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
  Tobacco
 Sxempt
   teaspoon
per plant
Sucker control.  Top plants in early
flower stage.   Remove suckers 1/2-1
inch long.  Apply to top of each stalk
and let run down into leaf axils.
  Issued:  8-31-68
                        I-M-25

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                              MONOSODIUM ACID METHANEARSONATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (pprn)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
  Citrus  (bearing)
   Grapefruit
   Oranges
   Lemons
   Limes
   Tangerines
  Cotton
  Agricultural
   premises:

   Drainage
    ditchbanks
                      (as
   0.35
   0.7
(cotton-
  seed)
   0.9
(cotton-
  seed
  hulls)
Extended
           Ib. actual/A.
4.0
                                  2.0
                                  2.0
4.5
Not  for use  in  Florida.  Postemergence
directed  spray  to  grove  floor  in  inter-
spaces and around  base of  trees.   Spray
unwanted  vegetation  to just  short of
runoff.   Do  not exceed 3 applications per
year.  Do not allow  spray  to contact fruit,
leaves, stems or bark of trees.

Preplant.  Apply once if cotton planting
is delayed and  weeds have  emerged.
Cotton may be planted immediately.  Do
not  graze or feed  forage from  treated
areas to  livestock.

Postemergence.   Apply 1-2  directed
sprays (only one if following DSMA topical
application)  to weeds when cotton is 3-4
inches tall and before first bloom.  Keep
spray off cotton foliage.  Do not apply
after first bloom.   Do not  graze or feed
forage from treated areas to livestock.
Apply  to weeds.  Repeat when weeds
reappear.  Do  not graze treated  areas.
Do not contaminate waters used for
domestic consumption, or by animals,
wildlife and aquatic  life, or for
irrigation purposes.
 *MSMA
Issued:   6-30-75
                                        I-M-27
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                               MONURON*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC,
                                                                        G,  WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A nonselective non-crop herbicide.  Do not use on or
                      near desirable trees or other plants, or on areas
                      where their roots may extend.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Two to three weeks.  The chemical needs to be
                            carried into the root zone of the soil by mois-
                            ture before it can act.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Strong inhibitor of the Hill reaction in photosynthesis.

HERBACEOUS PLANTS CONTROLLED:  Most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and
                               grasses.

WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED:

   American elm          honeylocust              post oak
   blackjack oak         huisache                 redcedar
   black locust          mesquite                 sweetgum
   Chinese elm           pecan                    water oak
   cottonwood            pine                     willow
   hackberry             pin oak                  winged elm
   hickory               plum
*3-(p-chlorophenyl)-1,1-dimethylurea

Issued:  10-20-75                  I-M-28.1

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 (Ibs. act./A.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              MONURON

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

around barns,
fence rows,
rights-of-way
4-16 (WP)
8-16 (G)

16-48 (WP)
16-32 (G)

64  (WP)

0.0026-0.0621
Ibs. act./bush or
clump of brush
ORNAMENTALS

dichondra lawns

0.55-0.61 (EC)
       N.F
       Broadcast.  Apply anytime except to frozen ground,
       It is best to treat the area before weeds have
       emerged or while the weeds are small.   If dense
       weed growth exists, remove the tops to expose the
       soil for treatment.  Rainfall or thorough water-
       ing after application will move the chemical into
       the root zone and speed up the control.

         To control annuals.
         To control annuals and perennials.
         To control deep rooted perennials.

       Spot treatment to control woody shrubs.   Apply as
       a dry granular treatment only.   Apply in winter to
       early summer where is less than 20 in.  annual rain-
       fall.  Apply late winter to early summer where is
       more than 20 in.  annual rainfall.  Apply to the base
       of the brush in amounts determined by the size of
       the brush and the texture of the soil (refer to pro-
       duct label).
       N.F.
       To control Oxalis and annual bluegrass in the
       higher mature or seedling stages.   Apply with
       a hose-end fertilizer gun or sprinkler can.
       Water thoroughly after application.   Do not  repeat
       application prior to 4 weeks after first appli-
       cation.   Do not apply more than twice in any 6
       month period.
Issued:   10-20-75
                   I-M-28.2

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 Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

 RIGHTS-OF-WAY

 Railroad,
 Roadway,
 Utility.
 Pipeline

 COMMERCIAL AND
 INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

 Tank farms,
 Lumberyards,
 Storage areas,
 Plant sites,
 Parking lots,
 RR yards, etc.

 DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
 MEDICAL FACILITIES,
 SCHOOLS

 Fence rows,
 Parking lots
AQUATIC AREAS

Irrigation ditches,
Drainage ditches,
Ditch banks

0.8-2.0 Ib. act./I,000
sq. ft.(WP)
32-80 Ib. act./A. (WP)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              MONURON

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
       N.F.
       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information),
       N.F.
       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
       N.F.
                         Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
       N.F.
       Broadcast  to  irrigation  and  drainage  ditches.
       Apply  to irrigation  ditches  during  the  non-crop
       season when the  ditch  is not in  use.  Apply before
       seasonal rainfall  while  the  soil in the ditch
       is  still moist.  If  rainfall has not  totaled
       at  least 4 in. following treatment  and  before
       intended use  of  the  irrigation ditch, fill  with
       water  and  allow  to stand for 72  hours.   Drain
       off and waste the  remaining  water before using
       the ditch.

       Spot treatment to  ditch  banks.   Refer to
       AGRICULTURAL  PREMISES; spot  treatment (same
       information).
Issued:  10-20-75
                 I-M-28.3

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                                    MONURON TRICHLOROACETATE*

    PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   G,  L

    TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
           USE
                TOLERANCE
                   (ppm)
          DOSAGE
                            LIMITATIONS
 **
 **
 **
 **
k**
"**
 **
  Citrus groves:

   Grapefruit
   Kumquats
   Lemons
   Lines
   Oranges
   Tangerines
   Tangeloes

Rights of Ways
   Industrial
    plants
   Lumber yards
   Tank farms
   Storage  areas
   Parking  lots
      Paved areas:
         as mix with
         asphalt,
         asphalt
         emulsions,
         tars
                         NF
NF
                                Ibs. actual/A.
44 (ff)
Ibs./A.
                               66 (G)


                            0.1 Ibs. (G)
                            per 100 sq. ft.

                               44 (L)

                               66 (L)

                               0.1 (L)
                            per 100 sq. ft.


                               44 (L)
                                     66 (L)
                         Apply to drainage  ditch bottoms  only,
                         when  not in  use.   Drain and  waste  water
                         before using ditch.   Do not  contaminate
                         domestic water supplies,  farm ponds, or
                         water used by livestock.
Use mechanical spreader.  Control usually
lasts 8 months or longer.  Do not apply
when ground is frozen.
                                                   Apply as above where weeds are difficult
                                                   to control.

                                                   Spot treatment.
                                                   Spray evenly over area to be treated.

                                                   Spray as above for hard to control weeds.

                                                   Spot treatment,  spray as above.
                         Add to distributor tank just before appli
                         cation.  Mixtures should not be heated
                         140 degrees F.  See label directions for
                         mixing rates.

                         Mix as above for har to control weeds.
        *Monuron TCA
        3-(p-chlorophenyl)-l,l-dimethylurea trichloroacetate

     Issued:  12-20-74                       I-M-29

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                         MONURON TRICHLOROACETATE*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  G, EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A residual non-selective herbicide for non-crop
                      use.  Rainfall or a thorough watering after
                      application enhances control.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  A yellowing of the foliage.
WEED CONTROLLED:  Controls most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds
                  and grasses.
*3-(p-chlorophenyl)-l,1-dimethylurea trichloroacetate

Issued:  3-30-77               I-M-29.1

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                         MONURON TRICHLOROACETATE
Sites and Dosage
   (Ibs. act./A.)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

  22-66 (G)
  20.6-66 (EC)
  0.06-0.11  (G)
  0.05.09 (EC)

PAVED AREAS

  21-66 (EC)
COMMERICAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

Lumber yards,
Tank farms.
Storage areas,
Parking lots,
Plant sites, etc.

  22-66 (G)
  20.6-66 (EC)

  0.06-0.11 (G)
  0.05-0.09 (EC)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
NF
Apply shortly before or at the time weed growth
begins.  If top growth is dense, mow and remove
debris prior to applying.  Water thoroughly after
application.  A second application may be made in
10 days for control of dense vegetation.  Do not
apply to frozen ground.  Do not use near desirable
vegetation or where its roots may extend.  Use the
higher dosage for hard to control weeds.
Spot treatment.
foot area.

NF
Apply as above to a 100 square
Apply as a mixture with the asphalt, asphalt emulsion
or tar.  Add product to the distributor tank just
before application, allowing sufficient time for
adequate mixing.  Use the higher dosage for hard to
control weeds.  Mixtures should not be heated above
190eF.
NF
Broadcast.  Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY
(same information).

Spot treatment.  Apply as above to a 100 square
foot area.
PAVED AREAS
  21-66 (EC)
NF
Refer to PAVED AREAS under RIGHTS-OF-WAY
(same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
       I-M-29.2

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                         MONURON TRICHLOROACETATE
Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

  Drives,
  Walks,
  Gutters

  22-66  (G)
 20.6-66 (EC)

  0.06-0.11 (G)
  0.05-0.09 (EC)

AQUATIC AREAS

Drainage ditches

  22-44  (G)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
NF
Broadcast.  Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same
information).

Spot treatment.  Apply as above to a 100
square foot area.
NF
Use limited to Florida citrus groves.  Make
application to ditch bottom while ditch is
not in use but soil is moist.  If ditch bottom
is not moist, wet it down before treating.  If
less than 4 in. of rain falls between time of
treatment and time of intended use, run water
into the ditch and let stand for three days.
Drain off and waste the water before using the
ditch.  Do not use in ditches into which tree
or other desirable plant roots extend.  Do not
contaminate domestic water supplies, farm ponds
or water to be used for livestock.
Issued:   3-30-77
    I-M-29.3

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                                    1-NAPHTHALENEACETAMIDE
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L; *WP




   TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMCTATrCKS
(pirn;
Apples



Pears :
Bartlett
Bosc

0.1



0.1


50 ppm
(85 grams )/A.


50 ppm
[85 grams )/A.


Fruit thinning. Use up to kOO
gallons spray per acre. Apply single
application at petal fall or no later
than 2ง- weeks after bloom.
Fruit thinning. Make single
application to petal fall or within
5-7 days after petal fall. Use up to
^00 gals . of spray per acre .
**
**
     Issued:  12-20-74
                                             I-N-1

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                                  1-NAPHTHALENFACETIC ACID

   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L; WP; D; SP; ammonium, potassium and sodium salts.

   TYPE PESTICIDE:   Plant regulator
          USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                     DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
     Apples
**
**
**
     Olives
     Olives
       (Ornamental)
     Pears
   1.0
   0.1
   1.0
  20 ppm or
35 grams act./A.
           48  grams act./A.
           (concentrated
           spray)

           34  grams act./A.
                                150 ppm
                                100 ppm
                                50 grams
                                act.  in 80 gal.
                                water
                                   10 ppm or
                                25  grams act./A.

                                17  grams act./A.
For chemical thinning, apply spray to
fruit 14-21 days after calyx period.  May
be reduced to 5 ppm using Tween 20 on
some varieties.

Preharvest drop.  Apply to fruit 7-14 days
before harvest.  Do not make more than two
applications.  Do not apply within 2 days
of harvest.

Ground Spray.
                 Aerial  application.   Use  3 gal. water  plus
                 2  gal.  flowable  summer  oil per A.

                 For  chemical  thinning.  Apply when  fruit
                 is 1/8  to  3/16 in.  in diameter, 1 1/2  to
                 2  1/2 weeks after  full  bloom.
                 Spray,  without oil.
                 Spray,  with water/summer  oil emulsion.
                Prevention  of  fruiting.   Spray until  leaves
                are wet when trees are in full bloom  but
                before fruit sets.  Do not  spray when
                temperature will exceed 85  degrees F.

                Preharvest  drop.  Apply to  fruit 5-7  days
                before harvest.  Do not make more than two
                applications.  Do not apply within 2  days
                of harvest.

                Ground spray.
                           Aerial application.  Use oil/water emulsion
                           as with apples.
     Issued:   12-20-74
                                           I-N-2.1

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                           1-NAPHTHALENEACETIC ACID
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (pptn)
                                DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
 Pineapples
 0.05 ppm
 (from
 use of
 sodium
 salt
 only)
25 grams
act./A. (spray)
Flower induction.  Apply when main crop is
still vegetatative and a few plants are
budding.  Make only two applications.  Do
not apply within 1 month before first
picking.
Issued:  12-20-74
                     I-N-2.2

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                              /?-NAPHTHOXYACETIC ACID
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L; Pr; sodium salt

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
    DOSAGE
               UMHATTONS
   Pineapple
   Strawberries
   Tomatoes
    Field
    Greenhouse
   0.05
 [from use
of sodium
salt only
 Extended
 Extended
1.12 Ibs. acid
  equiv./A.
      50 ppm
       2 ppm
        or
  6-75 grams/A
Increase fruit size and delay maturity.
Apply 6-8 weeks prior to normal
peak harvest.  Do not apply within k-2
days of harvest.  Fruit must be washed
before marketing.
Apply 1^-16 days after first Dloom.
Repeat application 4-5 days later.
Do not apply within Ik days of
harvest.

Blossom set.  Apply in 50-100 gal,
water when first flowers appear.  Repeat
at 10-20 day intervals.  Do not make
more than three applications. Do  not apply
within 15 days of harvest.
    Issued:   8-31-ฃ
                     I-N-8

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                 2-(a-NAPHTHOXY)-N,N-DIETHYLPROPIONAMIDE*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                      PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP

GENERAL INFORMATION:   A selective herbicide for use in certain fruit, nut
                      and vegetable crops.  Use on mineral soils.  Do not
                      use on soils with over 107, organic matter.  Does
                      not control established weeds.  Spraying over a
                      heavy ground cover of leaves or trash may reduce
                      weed control.  Can be tank-mixed with S-propyl
                      butylethythiocarbamate, or Paraquat, or Simazine.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits the development and growth of roots in grass weeds.
                 Not  much else is known as to its mode of action.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   annual sow-            filaree(b,c,d)              pineapple weed(b,c,d)
     thistle(b,c,d)       groundsel(b,c,d)            prickly lettuce(b,c,d)
   chickweed(b,c,d)       horse purslane(c)           prostrate knotweed (b,c,d)
   coast fiddle-          lambsquarters(a,b,c,d)      puncturevine(d)
     neck(b,c,d)          little mallow               redroot pigweed(b,c,d)
   common                 (from seed)(b,c,d)          sandbur(c)
     purslane(b,c,d)       pigweed(a)

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   annual blue-           crabgrass(a)                ripgut brome(b,c,d)
     grass(b,c,d)         foxtail(c)                  southwestern cup-
   barnyard-              guineagrass(c)                grass(b,c,d)
     grass(a,b,c,d)       johnsongrass                Texas panicum(c)
   bristly fox-             seedlings(c)              wild barley(b,c,d)
     tail(b,c,d)          large crabgrass(b,c,d)      wild oats(b,c,d)

NOTE:  Does not control established weeds.
       Recommended dosage for control (Ibs.act./A.):

   a)  California only; 1-2                 c)  Texas only; 4-6
   b)  California and Arizona only; 4       d)  Pacific Northwest only; 4
^Proprietary name: "Devrinol"

Issued: 10-20-75          I-N-10.1

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  (Ibs.act./A.)
 FPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

2-(a-NAPHTHOXY)-N,N-niETHYLPROPIONAMIDE

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
ALMONDS
   4(WP)
fin 20-100 gal. water)
APRICOTS
   4(WP)
 (in 20-100 gal. water)
         0.1 ppm.  (nuts and hulls).
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California.
         Broadcast or band.  Reduce  dosage proportionately
         to band areas actually treated.  Apply prior to
         weed emergence as a directed spray to soil surface
         November-December.  Treatments not made November-
         February must be sprinkler  or flood irrigated on
         the same day as application to wet the soil to at
         least 2-4 inches.  If no rainfall occurs within 2
         weeks of November-February  application, utilize
         irrigation or shallow incorporation.   All weed
         growth and crop stubble must be thoroughly worked
         into the soil prior to planting.  May be applied
         immediately after planting  young trees.  Avoid
         contact with fruit or foliage.  Do not apply when
         nuts are on the ground.  Do not graze treated areas,

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California.
         Broadcast or band.  Reduce  dosage proportionately
         to band areas actually treated.  Apply prior to
         weed emergence as a directed spray to soil surface
         November-December.  Treatments not made November-
         February must be sprinkler  or flood irrigated on
         the same day as application to wet the soil to at
         least 2-4 inches.  If no rainfall occurs within
         2 weeks of November-February application, utilize
         irrigation or shallow incorporation.   All weed
         growth and crop stubble must be thoroughly worked
         into the soil prior to planting.  May be applied
         immediately after planting young trees.  Avoid
         contact with fruit or foliage.  Do not apply
         when fruit is on the ground.  Do not  graze treated
         areas.
Issued: 10-20-75
         I-N-10.2

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2- (a-NAPHTHOXY) -IT, N-DIETHYLPROPIONAM1DE

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CHERRIES
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

GRAPES
   4(WP)
(in 2C-100 gal. water)

GRAPEFRUIT
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

   4-6(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)
LEMONS
   A (VIP)
 (in 20-100 gal. water)

NECTARINES
   4 (VIP)
 (in 20-100 gal. water)
         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California.  Refer to APRICOTS
         (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per seascr,.

         Use limited to California, Arizona and Pacific
         Northwest.  Refer to APRICOTS  (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California and  Arizona.  Refer to
         APRICOTS  (same information).

         Use limited to Texas.  Use only on established crops,
         Broadcast or band.  Reduce dosage proportionately
         to band area actually treated.  Apply prior  to weed
         emergence as a directed spray  to soil surface in
         fall-early spring.  Follow treatment on the  same
         day with sprinkler or flood irrigation to wet the
         soil to at least 2-4 inches.   Avoid spray contact
         with fruit or foliage.  Do not graze treated areas.

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California and  Arizona.  Refer to
         APRICOTS  (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more, than once per season.

         Use limited to California.  Refer to APRICOTS
         (same information).
Issued: 10-20-75
         I-N-10.3

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2-(a-NAPHTHOXY)-N,N-DIETHYLPROPIONAMIDE

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ORANGES
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

   4-6 (VIP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

PEACHES
   4 (VIP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

PEPPERS
(directed seeded
and transplant)
1(WP,EC)(sandy soils)
2(WP,EC)(clay soils)
(in 20-100 gal. water)
PLUMS
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)
         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California and Arizona.
         APRICOTS (same information).
                                        Refer to
         Use limited to Texas.  Refer to GRAPEFRUIT use in
         Texas (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.
                                     Refer to APRICOTS
Use limited to California.
(same information).
         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.  Do not seed to
         alfalfa, lettuce, small grains, sorghum, corn or sugar
         beets for 12 months after application.

         Use limited to California.  Preplant.  Broadcast or
         band.  Reduce dosage proportionately to band area
         actually treated.  Thoroughly work all weed growth and
         crop stubble into the soil prior to application.
         Incorporate to a depth of 1-2 inches on the same
         day as applied.  Use only on mineral soils.  Do not
         use on soils with over 10% organic matter.  After
         harvest or prior to planting succeeding crops, a
         deep mold board or disc plowing must be carried
         out.

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.
         Use limited to California.
         (same information).
                            Refer to APRICOTS
Issued: 10-20-75
         I-N-10.4

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

PRUNES
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

TANGERINES
   4(WP)
(in 20-100 gal. water)

TOMATOES
(direct seeded
and transplant)
1(WP,EC)(sandy soils)
2(WP,EC)(clay soils)
(in 20-100 gal. water)
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2-(a-NAPHTHOXY)-N,N-DIETHYLPROPIONAMIDE

         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California.  Refer to APRICOTS
         (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.

         Use limited to California and Arizona.  Refer to
         APRICOTS (same information).

         0.1 ppm.
         Do not apply more than once per season.  Do not
         seed to alfalfa, lettuce, small grains, sorghum,
         corn or sugar beets for 12 months after application,

         Use limited to California.  Refer to PEPPERS
         (same information).
Issued: 10-20-75
         I-N-10.5

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                 N-1-NAPHTHYLPHTHALAMIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L,G

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A selective preemergence herbicide.  It works best
                      in moist soils.  Do not use on silt loam soils of
                      extremely fine texture.  Does not control established
                      weeds.  Avoid spray drift.  Also formulated with
                      Dinoseb (sodium salt) and CIPC.  Refer to the Appendix
                      A for the uses registered for these two package mix-
                      tures.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROPS:  Application to vine crops during adverse growing
                         conditions may cause stunting.  Heavy rains
                         immediately following application may cause stunt-
                         ing of growth or even stand reduction in soybeans.
                         This is more likely in lighter soils.  Cool tem-
                         peratures may accentuate this condition.  Stunted
                         plants usually recover with the return of good
                         growing conditions.

MODE OF ACTION:  Blocking of indoleacetic acid (IAA) action.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   bindweed              groundcherry             purslane
   carpetweed            jimsonweed               ragweed
   chickweed             lambsquarters            shepherdspurse
   cocklebur             mustards                 velvetleaf
   galinsoga             pigweed

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   barnyardgrass         goosegrass               sprangletop
   crabgrass             johnsongrass (seedling)  stinkgrass
   cupgrass              sandbur                  windmillgrass
   foxtail

NOTE:  Does not control established weeds.
*NPA (sodium salt)

Issued:   10-20-75                  I-N-11.1

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CANTALOUPES
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         N-1-NAPHTHYLPHTHALAMIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)

                 Tolerance, Use and Limitations
2-3 (L)
3-4 (L)
6   (L)
clay)
4.32(G)
(sand)
(medium)
(silt or
2-3 (L) (sand)
3-4 (L)
4   (L)
clay)
4.32(G)
(medium)
(silt or
2-3 (L) (sand)
3-4 (L) (medium)
4   (L) (silt
or clay)
4.32(G)
0.1 ppm.

Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Apply
uniformly to a weed-free area immediately
or within 48 hours after planting.  Reduce
dosage proportionately to band area actually
treated (refer to product label).  Apply the
liquid formulation in 20-40 gal. water.

Postemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Apply
uniformly just before the crop is starting
to vine (about one month after planting),
and before weeds have emerged.  Reduce dosage
proportionately to band area actually treated
(refer to product label).  An 18-24 inch band
application is suggested for the granular
formulation while controlling weeds between
the rows by cultivation.  Do not apply when
temperature is 100ฐF. or above.  Do not use
in Western irrigated areas.  Apply the liquid
formulation in 20-40 gal. water.

Posttransplant.  Broadcast or band.  Apply
uniformly immediately after transplanting.
Reduce dosage proportionately to band area
actually treated (refer to product label).
An 18-24 inch band application is suggested
for the granular formulation while controlling
weeds between the rows by cultivation.
Do not apply when temperature is 100ฐF. or
above.  Do not use in Western irrigated areas.
Apply the liquid formulation in 20-40 gal. water.
Issued:  10-20-75
                         I-N-11.2

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CUCUMBERS
MUSKMELONS
PEANUTS

2 (L) (sand)
4 (L) (medium)
6 (L) (silt or
clay)
(in 20-40 gal.
water)
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N-1-NAPHTHYLPHTHALAMIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)

        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
        0.1 ppm.

        Refer to CANTALOUPES (same information).

        0.1 ppm.

        Refer to CANTALOUPES (same information).

        0.1 ppm. (peanuts and hay)

        Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Apply
        uniformly to a weed-free area immediately
        or within 48 hours after planting.  Reduce
        dosage proportionately to band area actually
        treated (refer to product label).  Do not apply
        after peanuts have emerged.  Do not graze or
        feed treated forage to livestock prior to crop
        maturity.
Issued:  10-20-75
              I-N-11.3

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SOYBEANS

2    (L) (sand)
4    (L) (medium)
6    (L) (silt or
clay)
4.32 (G)
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                 N-1-NAPHTHYLPHTHALAMIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)

                         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
WATERMELONS
ORNAMENTALS
NURSERIES
      (sand)
      (medium)
      (silt or
4 (L)
6 (L)
8 (L)
clay)
(in 20-40 gal.
water)
                         0.1 ppm (soybeans and hay)

                         Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Apply
                         uniformly to a weed-free area immediately
                         or within 48 hours after planting.  Reduce
                         dosage proportionately to band area actually
                         treated (refer to product label).  In the
                         black soil areas of western Indiana, southern
                         Minnesota, northern Iowa and Illinois, dosage
                         should be increased by about one-third.  Do
                         not apply to shallow planted or exposed seed.
                         A 12-14-inch band application is suggested
                         for the granular formulation while controlling
                         weeds between the rows by cultivation.  Apply
                         the liquid formulation in 20-40 gal. water.  Do
                         not graze or feed treated forage to livestock
                         prior to crop maturity.

                         0.1 ppm.

                         Refer to CANTALOUPES (same information).
                         NF
Broadcast or band.  Apply uniformly to a weed-
free area as a directed spray so as to strike
the nursery stock about 2-3 inches or less
above the ground.  Make the application to
established woody plants [arborvitae, azalea,
cedar, cottonwood, elm, holly, juniper, lilac,
maple, philadelphus, pine, plum, privet, rho-
dodendron, spruce (Picea), taxus and thuja], or
to small woody transplants prior to or after
transplanting.  Avoid application to foliage.
Do not use on herbaceous plants.
Issued:  10-20-75
                                    I-N-11.4

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PRINCIPAL FCRMULATICNS:  VP

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
UMTEAKONS
  Cotton
  Sorghum
  Soybeans
  Spinach
  Sugarcane
                   (cotton-
                    seed )
   G. 2
 (soybean:
                              Free; ;ery,e/..ee.   uo not .rrr.z
                              r.-'or. Lrcctcc 11;,1: c T"lJ;"i":r  ,->'  ucyf- sT'cer
                              treatae^t.   Do not plant treated  aieas to
                              any  crop except sorrhui • until  trie
                             Use  restricted to Louisiana. ar;;J  Pixrto
                             Rico.   Preemergence.  Do not plant  treated
                             coils  to ciops not on label vithin  5
                             months after treatment.
                                                -or-
                             Usc-  restricted to Louisiena and  Puerto
                             -lieo.   Pcsteir.ergence .  Do not  apply wit.iii!
                             5 no.itiis before horvect.  Do not  plant
                             trcntfd soils to crops nol or:  label vJt'.i:j
                             ;  tilths alter 
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                                NORFLURAZON*

 TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                         PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  G

 GENERAL INFORMATION:  Flooding after application may reduce weed control.
                       Do not contaminate streams, ponds, or watershed
                       areas with unused materials or hopper washings.

 TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

 PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Chlorosis.

 PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROPS:  Cranberry vines may be injured when application
                          patterns overlap, in treated low wet areas, or
                          where water standing over treated soil is splashed
                          onto vines.  Cotton may temporarily appear bleached
                          or chlorotic if plants are stressed during early
                          development.  The cotton plants will recover.

 MODE OF ACTION:  Plant pigment inhibitor.

 BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    annual morning-      Pennsylvania         ragweed (c)
      glory (c)            smartweed  (c)      sicklepod (c)
    carpetweed (c)       prickly sida (c)     spurge (c)
    cocklebur (c)        pigweed (c)          spurred anoda (c)
    Florida pusley (c)   purslane (c)

 GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:

    barnyardgrass (a,c)  little bluestem (a)  rice cutgrass (b)
    crabgrass (c)        needlegrass  (a)      signalgrass (c)
    goosegrass (c)       nutsedge (a,d)       smokegrass (a)
    johnsongrass         panicum (c)          spikerush (a)
      (seedling) (c)

 NOTE:  The above weeds are controlled at the following dosage
        (in Ibs. act./A.);

         (a)  6 Ibs. act./A. in cranberries
         (b)  4 Ibs. act./A. in cranberries
         (c)  1-2 in cotton
         (d)  suppression of growth only at 1-2 in cotton

 *4-chloro-5-(methylamino)-2-(a,a,a-trifluoro-m-tolyl)-3(2H)-pyridazinone
" *Proprietary name:   Evital


 Issued: 3-30-77              I-N-16.1             Replaces page issued 6-30-75

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AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON
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             NORFLURAZON

      Tolerance. Use .and Limitations
   1.0 coarse
   1.5 medium
   2.0 fine
(in 10-20 gal. water)
CRANBERRIES
   4-6
              (cottonseed)
0.1 ppm
Cover crops
be plowed unde
Small grain
planted rather
may be rotated
ceeded by one ;
an application
application in
                                    planted
                                    co\er
      Preemergence.
      to Alabama, Ar
      Kentucky, 111!
      Missouri, Nortl
      Tennessee, Eas
      soil surface a
      be applied as
      incorporated

      0.1 ppm.
      Pos temergence.
      Massachusetts,
      Apply uniform!
      application af
      water and befo
      newly planted 1
      per year; or 6
      lished bog.
                          after harvest should
                      and not grazed or harvested.
                        crops should be broadcast
                     than drilled.  Treated areas
                     to peanuts, but must be pro-
                     ear of growing cotton without
                     of norflurazon.  Make only one
                     any one year.
               Broadcast or band.  Use limited
               ansas, North Florida, Georgia,
               ois, Louisiana, Mississippi,
                Carolina, South Carolina,
                Texas and Virginia.  Apply to
                the tine of planting.  May
                follow-up to a preplant soil
             tteataent of trifluralin.*
                Use limited to New Jersey,
               Oregon, Washington and Wisconsin.
                in early spring as a single
               er removal of winter flood
               e weed growth resumes.  In a
               og, do not exceed 4 Ib. act./A
               Ib. act./A per year in an estab-
*Proprietary name:  Treflan

Issued:  3-30-77             I-N-16.2
                              Replaces page issued 6-30-75

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                               n-OCTANOL*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A tobacco sucker control agent.   It is presently only
                      formulated as mixtures with n-hexanol, n-decanol or a
                      combination of the two chemicals.  Refer to n-decanol
                      for dosage ranges and use patterns.  N-decanol is
                      present in higher concentrations than the other active
                      ingredients in all of the presently registered products
                      which contain n-octanol.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately one hour.

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
*l-octanol

Issued:  10-20-75                  1-0-2

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                                ORYZALIN*

  TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide              PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  WP

  GENERAL INFORMATION:  Rainfall (0.5 inch) is necessary for activation.  Not for
                        use on soils with over 3% organic matter.

  TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL: (Not located).

  PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROPS:  If application is not mada at or within 2 days
                           after planting, crop injury may result.

  MODE OF ACTION:   Disrupts seed germination.

  BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    black nightshade(b)  ladysthumb(b)         redmaids rockpurslane (b)
    carpetweed           lambsquarters         redroot pigweed
    chickweed (b)         morningglory (b)      shepherdspurse (b)
    common purslane      prickly sida (b)      smartweed (b)
    common ragweed(b)    prostrate spurge  (a)  velvetleaf (b)
    Florida pusley

  GRASSES CONTROLLED:

    annual bluegrass     cupgrass              johnsongrass (from seed)
    barnyardgrass        fall panlcum          signalgrass
    browntop panicum(a)  foxtail               Texas panicum (a)
    crabgrass            goosegrass            wild oat
    crowf ootgrass

  NOTE:  (a)  Control of these species is on fine soils only.

         (b)  Provides partial control only.
 y*3,5-dinitro-N4,N4-dipropylsulfanilamide
,  *Proprietary name:   "SurfIan"
  Issued:  3-30-77                   1-0-5.1       Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                              ORYZALIN
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
ALMONDS (non-bearing)  N.F.
   2-4
(in 2C-40 gal. water)
Use limited to California.  Apply uniformly to
the orchard floor while it is free of established
weeds.  Apply the lower dosage for short-term (4 mo.)
control, and the upper level for long-term (6-8 mo.)
weed control.  Remove debris and work the soil
sufficiently prior to application.  Do not allow
spray to contact leaves, branches or trunk of trees.
If weeds begin to emerge prior to the rainfall
necessary to activate the chemical, shallow cultivate
to 1 to 2 inches.  Do not apply to newly transplanted
trees.  Do not apply more than once per growing season.
APPLES (non-bearing)   N.F.

  2-4                  Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).
CHFRRIES  (sweet)
(non-bearing)

  2-4
(in 2C-40 gal. water)

COTTON
    1  (medium)
    1.5  (fine)
 (in 20-40 gal. water)
N.F.
Use limited to California.  Refer to
ALMONDS  (same information).

0.05 ppm  (cottonseed)
Do not plant any root crop for 12 months
following application.  Do not graze treated
fields.  Do not make more than one application
per season.

Preemergence.  Use limited to Texas.  Apply to
the soil surface at planting or within 2 days
after planting, but before weed emergence.  Do not
use on coarse textured soils.  If weeds begin to
emerge prior to the rainfall necessary to activate
the chemical, shallow cultivate to 1 to 2 inches.
If heavy rains pack the soil surface, rotary hoe
to aid crop emergence.
Issued:   3-30-77
            1-0-5.2
                                                    Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                              ORYZALIN
Crops and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  GRAPES (non-         N.F.
   bearing)

    2-4                Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).

  ORANGES  (non-        N.F.
   bearing)

     2-4               Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).

  PEACHES  (non-        N.F.
   bearing)

     2-4               Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same Information).

  PEARS (non-          N.F.
   bearing)

     2-4               Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).

  PISTACHIOS  (non-     N.F.
   bearing)

     2-4               Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).

  PLUMS (non-bearing)  N.F.

     2-4               Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 2C-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).

  PRUNES (non-bearing) N.F.

  2-4                  Use limited to California.  Refer to
(in 20-40 gal. water)  ALMONDS  (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77         1-0-5.3

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                              ORYZALIN
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

   SOYBEANS
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
     1.0 (coarse)
     1.5 (medium)
     2.0 (fine)
(in 20-40 gal. water)
   WALNUTS
    (non-bearing)

     2-4
(in 20-40 gal. water)
0.1 ppm
Do not plant any root crop for 12 months
following application.  Do not graze or feed
forage from treated fields to livestock
Do not make more than one application per
season.

Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to soil surface
at planting or within 2 days after planting,
but before weeds emerge.  Use a shallow incorporation
If 0.5 inch of rain does not fall within 7 days
of application.  If heavy rains pack the soil
surfaceป rotary hoe to aid crop emergence.

N.F.
Use limited to California.  Refer to
ALMONDS (same information).
Issued:  3-30-77
 1-0-5.4

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                                       PARAQUAT*

   PRINCIPAL FORMULATICWS:  paraquat bis (methylsulfate) EC; paraquat dichloride L

   TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TQLEEANCE DOSAGE UMTEAIXCNS
ippn;

as cation
Ibs . cat ion /A.
Alfalfa (Refer to page I-P-l.l.l)
Almonds



Apples



Apricots



Asparagus







Avocados



Bananas



Cherries



0.05
(nuts )
0.5
(hulls)
0.05



0.05



KF







0.05



0.05



0.05



1



1



1



1







1



1



1





Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit
or stems . Do not allow animals to graze
on treated areas .
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas .
Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas .
Preplant . Do not apply within 18 months
before harvest .
or
Preemergence . Do not apply within 16
months before harvest.
or
Pretransplant . Do not apply within 18
months before harvest .
Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems . Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas .
Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems . Do not allo\, animals to graze on
treated areas .
Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems . Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas .
**
     *1,1' -d imethyl- k, k' -bipy r id in iurn (cat ion)
     paraquat bis (methyls ulf ate) - 1,1 '-dimethyl- ^'(-'-bipyr id in ium  bis  (methylsulfate)
     paraquat dichloriae = l,l'-diiaethjl-^,4'-bipyridiniuii:  dichloride
     Issued:  6-30-75
I-P-1.1
                                                          Replaces  page  issued  3-13-70

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                                  PARAQUAT
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (pptn)
                                 DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
    Alfalfa
     (dormant)
    Clover
     (dormant)
 A.S  cation

     5
  0.01
  (meat
   and
   milk)
    5
  0.01
  (meat
   and
   milk)
 Ibs. cation/A

   0.75
 (dichloride)
   0.75
(dichloride)
Washington and Oregon only.  Apply to
established stand in November, December
January, or February to dormant alfalfa.
Do not pasture animals in treated fields
before first cutting.  Do not graze, cut,
or harvest within 90 days of application.
Alfalfa foliage present at time of
application must be burned.  Apply only
once per season.

Washington and Oregon only.  Apply to
established stand in November, December
or February to dormant alfalfa.  Do not
pasture animals in treated fields before
first cutting.  Do not graze, cut, or
harvest within 90 days of application.
Clover present at time of application
must be burned.  Apply only once per
season.
Issued:   6-30-75
                             I-P-1.1.1

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                                      PARAQUAT
	 , 	 _
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Citrus



Clover (Refer to j
Coffee



Corn
!




j
jCotton

I
!





Figs



Filberts



Grapes




as cation
0.05



age I-P-1.
0.05
(beans)


0.05
(grain,
Fresh
Vegetab-
le, fod-
der &
forage)
0.5
(cotton-
seed)






0.05



0.05



0.05



Ibs. cation/A.
1



1.1)
1



1






0.5







1
1



1



1



i

Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.

Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.
Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.





Preharvest desiccant. Do not apply with-
in 3 days before harvest. May apply as I
split application. Do not pasture
lactating dairy animals. Do not pasture
livestock in treated fields within 15
days after treatment. Remove livestock
from treated area 30 days before slaughter.
Do not feed gin trash to livestock. ;
Preplant, after weeds emerge.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.
Directed spray to emerged weeds . Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze ซ>n
treated areas.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not J
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.

**
   Issued: 6-30-75
I-P-1.2
                              page issued  3-13-70

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                                      PARAQUAT
\
!
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Guava

>,
s


Lettuce



t
1
Macadamia nuts

!
a

Melons





Nectarines



Olives




0.05




0.05





0.05



0.05





0.05



0.05



Ibs. cation/A.
1




1


0.25
bis (methyl-
sulfate)
1



1


0.25
bis (methyl-
sulfate)
1



1




Directed spray to emerged weeds (1-6 in.
high) . Do not allow spray to contact
green stems, fruit or foliage as injury
may result. Do not allow animals to
graze on treated areas.
Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.
or
Use restricted to California. Preplant
broadcast air application to emerged
barley in preformed seedbeeds.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals co graze on
treated areas.
Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.
or
Use restricted to California. Preplant
broadcast air application to emerged
barley in preformed seedbeds.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems . Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.
**
    Issued:   12-20-74
I-P-1.3

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                                 PARAQUAT
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
Papayas
Passion fruit
Peaches
Pears
Pecans
Peppers
Plums
 as catior

 0.05




   0.2
  0.05
  0.05
                   0.05
                  0.05
                  0.05
Ibs. cation/A.

     1
                              (dichloride)
Directed spray to emerged weeds.  Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems.  Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.

Directed spray to emerged weeds when 1-6
in. high.  Do not allow spray to contact
green steins, fruit or foliage as injury
may result.  Do not spray under windy
conditions and use shield for young vines.
If bark is still green, wrap vine prior
to application to prevent injury.  If
application is to be made during harvest-
ing season, apply only after picking fruits
off the ground.  Do not allow animals to
graze on treated areas.

Directed spray to emerged weeds.  Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit, stems,
Do not allow animals to graze on treated
areas.

Directed spray to emerged weeds.  Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems.  Do not allow animals to graze
treated areas.

Postemergence.  Direct spray around base
of trees and in interspaces.  Do not allow
animals to graze treated areas.  Do not
allow spray to contact green stems, fruit,
or foliage.  Do not apply T-rhen nuts to be
harvested are on the ground.

Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.

Directed spray to  emerged weeds.  Do not
allow spray to contact foliage,  fruit or
stems.  Do not allow animals to  graze on
treated areas.
Issued: 6-30-75
                      I-P-1.4
                                                   Replace page issued 12-20-74

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                                          PAEAQUAT
IISE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Potatoes











Prunes
(fresh)


Sorghum



Soybeans



i
j













as catioi
0.5











0.05



0.05
(grain
and
forage)
0.05
(grain
and
forage)













Ib. cation/A.
0.5






1


0.25

1



1



1



0.25







0.125




' i

Preharvest vine killer. Do not apply
within 3 days before harvest. May apply
as split application with interval of 5
or more days. Do not pasture livestock in
treated fields. Do not use on muck or
peat soils. Do not use if potatoes are to
be stored or used for seed.
Postplant, before 50% of the crop has
emerged .

Use restricted to California. Preplant,
after volunteer barley emerges.
Directed spray to emerged weeds. Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems. Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.
Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.


Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.

j
Harvest aid. Apply to soybean plants
when beans are fully developed and at
least half the leaves have dropped and
remaining leaves are turning yellow. Do
not pasture livestock within 15 days
after treatment. Remove livestock from
treated fields at least 30 days before
slaughter.
Postemergence directed application when
soybeans are 8 inches tall and weeds are
2-4 inches tall. Repeat 7-14 days later.
So not graze treated areas or feed
treated forage to livestock.

Issued:  i-30-75
I-P-1.5
Replaces page issued 8-28-70

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                                  PARAQUAT
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
 Sugar  beets
 Sugarcane
 Tomatoes
 Walnuts
 Pasture and
 Range reseed-
 ing
                  as  cation
  0.5
 (roots
 and
 tops)
                   0.5
                   0.05
 0.05
 5.0
(pasture
 grass
 and
range
 grass)
           Ib.  cation/A
                               1.0
             0.25
           bis (methyl-
                sulfate)

             0.25
          (dichloride)
                               0.5
                            (dichloride)
                               1.0
                               0.25
                             bis  (methyl-
                                  sulfate)

                               1.0
                             0.25-0.5
                            (dichloride)
Preplan! application to emerged weeds.
Preemergence application to emerged weeds.
            or

Use restricted to California.  Preplant
broadcast air application to emerged
oarley in preformed seedbeds.

Preharvest desiccation.  Apply to mature
plant or stubble cane 7-10 days before
burning and harvest.

Florida only.  Directed spray when weeds
are 2-6 in. high.  Repeat in 4-3 weeks.
Preplant application to emerged weeds.
Premergence application to emerged weeds.
              or
Use restricted to California.  Preplant
broadcast air application to emerged
barley in preformed seedbeds.

Directed spray to emerged weeds.  Do not
allow spray to contact foliage, fruit or
stems.  Do not allow animals to graze on
treated areas.

To suppress competition by existing sod
and emerged broadleaf weeds and grasses:

  West of Cascade and Sierra Nevada
  Mountains.  Apply as broadcast or in
  bands over drill row prior to or at
  time of seeding.  Apply in Oct.
  through Dec. after first fall rains
  and when weeds emerge and sod has
  started new growth.  Do not use in areas
  with heavy sod and weed growth.  Do not
  pasture treated areas until growth of
  seedlings is 3 to 6 in. high.
Issued:  12-20-74
                                    I-P-1.6

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                                 PARAQUAT
      I'SE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
Pasture and
Range reseeding
  (continued)
                 as cation Ib. cation/A
 Seedbeds
                  NF
Ornamental
    and
 Shade trees
                    NF
                            0.25-1.0
                            (dichloride)
                            0.25-1.0
                            (dichloride)
                               plus
                            0.5 Ib.act.
                             2,4-D
                            (butyl ester)
                             0.5-1.0
                            (dichloride)
              0.5
           (dichloride)
            0.5-1-0
           (dichloride)
                             East of Cascade and Sierra Nevada
                             Mountains and West of Rocky Mountains.
                             Apply as broadcast or in bands over
                             drill row prior to or at time of seed-
                             ing.  Apply in spring after weeds have
                             emerged but before spring rains have
                             stopped.  Add 2,4-D if broadleaf weeds
                             are a problem.  Do not pasture treated
                             areas for one year following treatment.
  East of Rocky Mountains.   Apply as
  broadcast or in bands over drill rows
  prior to or at time of seeding.  Apply
  in spring or early summer after sod
  begins new growth.  Do not pasture
  treated areas until seedlings are 3
  to 6 in. high.

For control of certain grasses and broad-
leaf weeds.  Apply after preparing seed-
beds and after weeds have reached the
3 to 5-leaf stage.  Treatment may be
repeated prior to or on day of seeding.
Do not allow animals to graze treated
areas.  Do not use seed from treated
areas for animal feed.  Do not use straw
from treated areas for animal bedding or
feed.

For control of annual broadleaf weeds
and grasses.  Apply as directed spray to
interspaces to thoroughly cover wee^s.
Avoid contact to desirable foliage.
Do not allow animals to graze treated areas.
Issued =12-20-74
                     I-P-1.7

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                                 PARAQUAT
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
Non-Crop Areas
 roadsides,
 highways,
 rights-of-way
 around com-
 mercial bldgs.,
 power plants,
 storage yds.,
 fence lines,
 parkways,

 walks, drive-
 ways , shrubs,
 flower beds,
 lawns, trees.
                    NF
            0.5-1.0
           (dichloride)
                or
            bis (methyl-
              sulfate)
 'or control of certain annual broadleaf
weeds and grasses.  Apply for full coverage
and repeat as needed.  Avoid contact to
desirable foliage.  Do not use around
home gardens or other areas likely to be
contacted by children or pets.
           spray bomb
           0.44% bis(methy
             sulfate)
               plus
           15% aliphatic
            petroleum
            derivatice
            solvent
 Spot treatment for control of certain broad-
leaf weeds and grasses.  Spray to cover
weeds.  Retreat if regrowth occurs. Treated
 ;pots in lawns may be reseeded 24 hr. after
 treatment after removal of dead vegetation.
Avoid contact with sprayed plants until dry.
Issued: 12-20-74
                                    I-P-1.!

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                                  PENTACHLOROPHENOL
PRINCIPAL FCRMULATICNS:  EC; L;  WP; PI




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Dedecant
USE TOLERANCE DOQAGE UMEEAITCHS
(ppm;

Alfalfa
(seed crop)



Clovers
(seed crop)


Le specie ^a
(seed crop)


Vetch
(seed crop)





HF



IIF



NF



NF




l"b. actual/A.

6



6



6



4






Preharvest desiccant. Apply 1-4 days
prior to date of harvest. Do not graze
treated areas or feed treated forage or
threshings to livestock.
Preharvest desiccant. Apply 1-4 days
prior to date of harvest. Do not graze
treated areas or feed treated forage or
threshings to livestock.
Preharvest desiccant. Apply 2-4 days
prior to date of harvest. Do not graze
treated areas or feed treated forage or
threshings to livestock.
Preharvest desiccant. Apply when about
one half of the seed pods are "brown
(1-4 days prior to harvest). Do not
graze treated areas, or feed treated
forage or threshings to livestock.
                                         I-P-3

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                               PERFLUIDONE*


 TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: WP

 GENERAL INFORMATION:  A selective preemergence herbicide for use in
                       cotton.  Early season stunting of cotton may sometimes
                       occur from applications at the recommended rates.
                       Yields will not be affected.

 TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:   (Not located).

 PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

 MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

 BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    cocklebur (a)       pigweed           Florida pusley (a)
    morningglory (a)    prickly sida      ragweed

 GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:

    crabgrass           goosegrass        purple nutsedge
    crowfootgrass       johnsongrass      yellow nutsedge
                         (seedling) (a)

 NOTE:  (a)  provides only growth suppression for these species.
**Proprietary name:  "Destun"
v *1,1,1-tr ifluoro-N-[2-me thy1-4-(phenyIsulfonyl)-phenyl]metfc anesu1f onamide

 Issued:  3-30-77           I-P-4-1.1

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                             PERFLUIDONE
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  COTTON
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   2.0 (coarse soil)
   2.5 (medium soil)
   3.0 (heavy soil)
   (in 20-40 gal.
    water)
0.01 ppm. (cottonseed)
Do not graze treated areas or feed plants or
gin-trash from treated areas to livestock.
Replant only cotton in treated soil during the
year of application and the following crop year.

Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Prepare soil
surface so to be free of trash and clods.  Apply
to soil surface.  Do not incorporate.  Reduce dosage
in proportion to the band area actually treated.
Rainfall or irrigation within 10 days after application
is important for good weed control.  Replant only
cotton In treated soil during the year of application
and the following crop year.  Do not graze treated
areas or feed plants or gin-trash from treated areas
to livestock.  Do not use in California, Arizona,
New Mexico, Texas and Oklahoma.
Issued:   3-30-77
   I-P-4-1.2

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                     PEKFLUIDONE (DIETHANOLAMINE SALT)*


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL  FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A selective preemergence herbicide for use in cotton.
                      Early season stunting of cotton may sometimes occur
                      from applications at the recommended rates.  Yields
                      will not be affected.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   cocklebur (a)        pigweed              Florida pusley (a)
   morningglory (a)     prickly sida         ragweed

GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:

   crabgrass            goosegrass           purple nutsedge
   crowfootgrass        johnsongrass         yellow nutsedge
                           (seedling)(a)

NOTE:  (a)  provides only growth suppression for these species.
*Proprietary name:  "Destun"
*1,1,1-trifluoro-N-I2-methyl-4-(phenylsulfonyl)-phenyl]
  methanesulfonamide (diethanolomine salt)

Issued:   3-30-77             I-P-4-2.1

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                     PERFLU1DONE (DIETHANOLAMINE SALT)


Crops and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

  COTTON               0.01 ppm (cottonseed)
                       Do not graze treated areas or feed plants
                       or gin-trash from treated areas to livestock.
                       Replant only cotton in treated soil during
                       the year of application and the following crop
                       year.

  2.0 (coarse soil)    Preemergence.  Broadcast or band.  Prepare soil
  2.5 (medium soil)    surface to be free of trash and clods.  Apply
  3.0 (heavy soil)     to soil surface.  Do not incorporate.  Reduce
  (in 20-40 gal. water)dosage in proportion to the band area actually
                       treated.  Rainfall or irrigation within 10 days
                       after application is important for good weed
                       control.  Replant only cotton in treated soil
                       during the year of application and the following
                       crop year.  Do not graze treated areas or feed
                       plants or gin-trash from treated areas to livestock
                       Do not use in California,, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas
                       and Oklahoma.
Issued:  3-30-77
I-P-4-2.2

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                               PETROLEUM SOLVENTS
PRINCIPAL PCEMULATIONS: L

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Desiccant
       USE        TOLERANCE     DOQAGE
                                                            LBttTAHCHS
 Alfalfa
Alfalfa
  (Seed crop)

Almonds
 Apricots
 Asparagus
 Avocados



 Beans

 Beets

 Blackberries



 Blueberries
                 Exempt
                  Exerapt
                  Exempt
                 Exempt
                 Exerapt
                 Exempt



                 Exempt

                 Exempt

                 Exempt



                 Exempt
gallons/A.

   TO
   100



   100



   kQ

   100



   100



   80

   100

   100



   100
Dormant application to crop established
2 or more years.  Do not graze treated
areas or use treated crop for hay or
forage.

Preharvest desiccation.  Apply 5-1^ days
before harvest.

Apply as directed spray to orchard floors
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stem and leaves.

Apply as directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stems and leaves.

Preemergence.

Postemergence.  Apply as directed spray
to soil when crop is in fern stage.  Keep
spray off ferns.

Apply as directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stems and leaves.

Preemergence.

Preemergence.

Apply while dormant, or as a directed
spray to soil between crop rows.  Keep
spray off crop canes.

Apply while dormant, or as a directed
spray to soil between crop rows.  Keep
spray off crop stems.
 Issued:  8-31-f
                                   I-P-8.1

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                              PETROLEUM SOLVENTS
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Boyserfberries
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Caravay

Carrots

Cauliflower
Celery

Citrus
Clover
(seed crop)
Coffee
Corn:
Sweet

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt

Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
gallons/acre
100
4o
40
4o
100
100
100
150
40
100
100
100
1+5
4.6

100

Apply while dormant, or as a directed
spray to soil between crop rows . Keep
spray off crop canes .
Preeinergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Postemergence . Apply when crop is in
fern -leaf stage.
Preeinergence .
Postemergence . Apply when crop is in
2-4 leaf stage or root is only 1/4 inch
in diameter. Do not apply within 40
days of harvest.
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Post trans plant . Apply after 1st true leaf
is formed (2-4 weeks after setting) and
before crown leaf crop is formed .
Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are l-'j inches tall. Keep
spray off crop stx:i and foliage.
Preharvest desiccant. Apply 5-l4 days
before harvest.
Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds au 1-5 inches tall. Used
combined with 4.6 Ibs . pentachlorophenate.

Preemergence .
Issued:  6-31-68
I-P-3.2

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                              PETROLEUM SOLVENTS
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cotton
Cranberries
Cucumbers
Dates
Dill

Flax
Gooseberries
Grapes .
Lettuce
Loganberries

Melons
Mints
Olives

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
gallons/acre
5
800
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
75
100

100
100
100

Postemergence . Apply directed spray when
crop is 2-k inches tall. Repeat 3 times
at 5 day intervals .
Apply while dormant every 2 years to
control rushes and sedge. Do not apply
after buds begin to swell.
Preemergence .
Apply directed spray to grove floor when
weeds are 1-3 inches tall. Keep spray off
crop stems and foliage .
Preemergence .
Postemergence . Apply when crop is in
2-U fern-leaf stage and before crown -leaf
cups are formed .
Postemergence. Apply when crop is 3-1*-
inches tall.
Apply while dormant, or directed spray
between rows. Keep spray off crop canes.
Apply directed spray to vineyard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall. Keep
spray off crop stem and foliage .
Preemergence .
Apply while dormant, or as directed spray
to soil between rows . Keep spray off
crop canes .
Preemergence .
Preemergence .
Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall. Keep
spray off crop stems and foliage .
Issued:
                                I-P-8.3

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                              PETROLEUM SOLVENTS
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Onions
Papaya
Parsley
Parsnips
Peaches



Pears



Peas

Plums (prunes)



Potatoes




Raspberries
  Exempt
  Exempt
  Exempt
  Exempt
  Exempt



  Exempt



  Exempt

  Exempt



  Exempt




  Exempt
gallons/acre

      75

      1ซ)


      50



      100

      100



      100

      100



      100



      100



      100

      100



      100

      ^


      100
Preemergence .

Postemergence .  Apply up to hook stage
of crop.

Apply as directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stem and foliage .

Preemergence .

Postemergence .  Apply while crop is in
2-k leaf stage .  Do not apply within 6
weeks before harvest.

Preemergence .

Postemergence .  Apply when crop is in
2-k leaf stage .  Do not apply within 6
weeks of harvest.

Apply as directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stem and foliage .

Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off stem and foliage •

Preemergence .

Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stem and foliage .
Preemergence .

Preharvest vine killing.
before harvest.
                          Apply  1^ days
Apply while dormant, or  as  directed  spray
to  soil  between  rows.  Keep spray  off
crop canes .
 Issued:   8-31-68
                  I-P-8.4

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                               PETROLEUM SOLVENTS
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
Soybeans


Strawberries



Sugar beets

Sugarcane


Tomatoes
Walnut
Agricultural
  Premises:

  Ditchbanks
   (irrigation,
   drainage)

  Water
   (irrigation,
   drainage)
 Exempt


 Exempt



 Exempt

 Exempt


 Exempt
  Exempt
 Extended
 Extended
 gallons/acre

       5


     100



     100

      50


      ^o

     100



     100
     100
9 gal./cu. ft./
sec . for 20-60
minutes (1,000
ppm or 2,720
Ibs./A. ft.)
 Postemergence.  Apply  directed  spray
 when  crop  is not  over  21  days old.

 Postemergence.  Apply  between the rows  or
 beds  when  weeds are not over 3  inches
 tall.  Keep spray off  crop foliage.

 Preemergence.

Apply as directed spray between rows
before close in of crop.

 Preemergence to direct seeded crop.

Postemergence.  Apply between rows when
weeds are not over 3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop foliage.

Apply directed spray to orchard floor
when weeds are 1-3 inches tall.  Keep
spray off crop stern and foliage .
                            Apply as full coverage spray to weeds
                            Do not contaminate irrigation water-
                            Inject into water.   Retreat downstream
                            as  needed.   Do not  contaminate water
                            used  for  domestic or livestock purposes
                            Treated water may be used  for furrow
                            irrigation.
 Issued:   1-31-69
                     I-P-8.5

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                                      PHENMEDIPHAM*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                            LIMITATIONS
  Beets  (red)
  Sugar beets
    0.2
  (roots
    and
   tops)
    0.1
  (roots
    and
   tops)
Ib.  actual/A.

    1.5
    1.5
Postemergence.  Apply when beets are
past the 2-leaf stage and weeds are
in the cotyledon to 4-leaf stage.  Do
not apply later than 60 days before
harvest.

Postemergence.  Apply when beets are
past the 2-leaf stage and weeds are in
the cotyledon to 4-leaf stage.  Do not
apply later than 90 days before harvest.
 *methyl m-hydroxycarbanilate m-methylcarbanilate

 Issued:   11-15-72                     I-P- 10

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                     PICLORAM*  (POTASSIUM SALT)

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   S, PI

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Brush killer; can remain active  in  soil  for  more
                      than one season; highly mobile in soil and can
                      be transported laterally in subsurface water.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located)

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Leaf shape is altered  at  low dosage;
             tips of new leaves may be narrow;
             puckering of young leaves may occur;
             bending or splitting of stem may occur.

MODE OF ACTION:  Alters nucleic acid and protein synthesis; variety of
                 enzymes may be affected.
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  bur ragweed           larkspur
  Canada thistle        milkweed
  dock                  Russian knapweed
  field bindweed        leafy spurge

GRASSES CONTROLLED:  Most are resistant.
                     sow thistle
                     toadflax
                     white horse nettle
WOODY PLANTS CONTROLLED
  ash (c)
  aspen (b)
  blackgum (c)
  brambles (b)
  buttonbush (b)
  chokecherry (b)
  conifers (b)
  cypress (c)
dogwood (b)
elderberry (b)
gallberry (c)
hawthorn (a)
hickory (c)
junipers (b)
kudzu (a)
locust (b)
maple (b)
mulberry (b)
oak (c)
redbud (a)
sassafras (b)
sourwood (c)
sumac (c)
Recommended dosage for control:
         (a) 2-5 Ibs. acid eq./A
         (b) 6 Ibs. acid eq./A
         (c) 8.5 Ibs. acid eq./A
*4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid

Issued:  6-30-75                 I-P-16.1
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                     PICLORAM (POTASSIUM SALT)

Sites and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
     (Ibs. acid equiv./A.)
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

     Farm buildings
     Fence rows
     2.0  (S)
RIGHTS OF WAY

     Utility
     Highway
     Railroad
     2.0-8.5  (PI)
     0.02 per 100
     sq. ft. (PI)
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

     Industrial sites
NF
Do not move treated soil.  Do not graze or use
treated areas for crop production until chemical
is inactivated (about 3 years).  Do not spot-
spray land used or to be used for potato
production.  Do not apply where surface or
subsurface ground water can run onto crop
lands.

Spray for general use on perennial weeds (see
"Broadleaf weeds controlled," previous page).
Apply as course, low pressure spray (20-40 Ibs.
per sq. in.) anytime during growing season.
Spray to wet foliage and soil.
NF
Do not move treated soil.  Do not apply near
crops, shade trees or other desirable plants.
Do not apply where surface or subsurface ground
water can run onto crop lands.  Do not allow
contamination of water used for irrigation,
drinking or other domestic purposes.

Broadcast application for control of woody plants
(see dosage notes on introductory page).

Spot treatment for individual trees or scattered
stands.  Spread pellets evenly on soil over root
system.
NF
Refer to dosages and limitations under Rights of Way.
Issued:  6-30-75
      I-P-16.2
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                     PICLORAM (POTASSIUM SALT)
Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. acid equiv./A.)
FORESTS
  2.0-8.5 (PI)
  0.02 per 100
  sq. ft. (PI)
AQUATIC AREAS

  Adjacent to water
  Outer ditch banks
  2.0  (S)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
NF
Do not move treated soil.  Do not apply near
crops, shade trees or other desirable plants.
Do not apply where surface or subsurface ground
water can run onto crop lands.  Do not allow
contamination of water used for irrigation,
drinking or other domestic purposes.

Broadcast application for control of woody plants
(see dosage notes on introductory page).

Spot treatment for individual trees or scattered
stands.  Spread pellets evenly on soil over root
system.
MF
Do not move treat'  : ...   t    ;o r..ot graze or use
treated areas for crop  , eduction until chemical
is inactivated (about 3 years).  Do not apply where
surface or subsurface ground water can run onto
crop lands.

Spray for general use on perennial weeds  (see
"Broadleaf weeds controlled," previous page).
Apply as course, low pressure spray (20-40
Ibs. per sq. in.) anytime during growing  season.
Spray to wet foliage and soil.
Issued:  12-20-74
         I-P-16.3

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                    EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                               POTASSIUM CYANATE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP; PI




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa

NF
Ibs. actual/A.
18.4

Apply when crop is dormant in winter.
Issued:  5-8-70
I-P-25

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               EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                         PROFLURALIN*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide              PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  Do not enter sprayed area until dry.
                      For preplant soil incorporation in control of
                      certain annual grasses and broadleaf weeds.
                      Hot dependent upon rainfall for effectiveness.
                      Will not control established weeds.  Poor weed
                      control may result from delayed or shallow
                      incorporation.  Toxic to fish.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Interferes with seed germination processes; may
                 inhibit photosynthesis and respiration.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED: (a)
  Florida pusley (b)
  lambsquarters
  pigweed

GRASSES CONTROLLED:
  barnyardgrass        green foxtail
  crabgrass            johnsongrass (seedling only)
  giant foxtail        Texas panicum
  goosegrass           yellow foxtail

NOTE:  (a) Will not control the following:
  black nightshade     nutgrass
  cocklebur            ragweed
  jimsonweed           velvetgrass
  mallow

       (b) When applied at a minimum rate of 0.75 Ibs.act/A.
*N-(cyclopropylmethyl)-cu aป a-trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-N-propyl-p-toluidine
^Proprietary name:  "Tolban"
Issued:  10-20-75            I-P-31.1         Replaces page issued: 6-30-75

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 Crops  and  Dosage
 (Ibs.act./A.)

 AGRICULTURAL CROPS

 ALFALFA (seedling)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

           PROFLURALIN

        Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 0.5-0.75  (coarse)
 0.75-1.0  (medium)
 1.0       (fine)
 (in  10-40  gal. water)
 COTTON
 0.5-0.75  (coarse)
 0.75-1.0  (medium)
 1.0      (fine)
 (in 10-40 gal. water)
        0.1 ppm. [in or on alfalfa (fresh), alfalfa hay].
        Do not make more than one application per year.
        Do not plant any crop other than those listed
        on the label in case of crop failure.   Treated
        land may be rotated to other crops in the fall or fol-
        lowing spring.  Do not use if a nurse crop such
        as oats is to be planted or if an alfalfa grass
        mixture is to be seeded.

        Preplant soil incorporation.  Broadcast or band.
        Apply to the soil surface and incorporate into
        top 2-3 inches in the same operation (or within 4
        hours).  Dosage is determined by soil
        texture.  Reduce dosage proportionately to band
        areas actually treated (refer to formula on label).
        Do not use on muck or peat soils. Do not use in
        Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota,
        Montana, North Dakota, or South Dakota.

        0.1 ppm.  (cottonseed)
        Do not make more than one application per year.  Do
        not plant any crop other than those listed on the
        label in case of crop failure.  Treated land may
        be rotated to other crops in the fall or following
        spring.

        Preplant soil incorporation.  Broadcast or band.
        Apply to the soil surface and incorporate into the
        top 2-3 inches in the same operation (or within 4
        hours).  Dosage is determined by soil texture.
        Reduce dosage proportionately to band area actually
        treated (refer to formula on label).  Do not use on
        muck or peat soils.  Do not graze or feed treated
        forage to livestock.
Issued:  3-30-77
           I-P-31.2
                                              Replaces page issued 10-20-75

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                             PPOFLURALIN
Crops and Dosage
(Ibs.act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

DRY BEANS
(lima, kidney
pinto, navy)
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

GARBANZO PEAS
(chickpeas)
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

GUAR
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

MUNGBEANS
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm. (beans, fodder and forage).
0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and
meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
poultry and sheep).
Preplant soil incorporation.
(same information).
Refer to COTTON
0.1 ppm. (peas, fodder and forage)
0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and
meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
poultry and sheep).
Preplant soil incorporation.
(same information).
Refer to COTTON
0.1 ppm. (pod, fodder and forage)
0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and meat
byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
and sheep).
Preplant soil incorporation.
(same information).
Refer to COTTON
0.1 ppm. (beans, fodder and forage)
0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and meat
byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry
and sheep).
Preplant soil incorporation,
(same information).
Refer to COTTON
Issued: 10-20-75
I-P-31.3

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                  EPA
Crops and Dosage.
(Ibs.act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

OKFA
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

SAFFLOWER
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

SNAPBEANS
(green, string
and wax)
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

SOUTHERN PEAS
(cowpeas, blackeyed
peas)
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)
Compendium of Registered Pesticides

       PROFLURAL1K

   Tolerance, Use and Limitations
   0.1 ppm. (pod, fodder and forage).
   0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and
   meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
   poultry and sheep).

   Preplant soil incorporation.  Peft-r to COTTON
   (same information).
   0.1 ppm. (safflower seed)
   Do not graze or feed treated safflower forage to
   livestock.

   Preplant soil incorporation.  Refer to COTTON
   (same information).
   0.1 ppm. (beans, fodder and forage).
   0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and
   meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
   poultry and sheep).

   Preplant soil incorporation.  Refer to COTTON
   (same information).
   0.1 ppm. (peas, fodder and forage).
   0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and meat
   byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
   poultry and sheep).

   Preplant soil incorporation.  Refer to COTTON
   (same information).
Issued: 10-20-75
   I-P-31.4

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Crops and Dosage
(Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SOYBEANS
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

           PROFLURALIN

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)

SUNFLOWER
0.5-0.75 (coarse)
0.75-1.0 (medium)
1.0      (fine)
(in 10-40 gal. water)
       0.1 ppm. (soybeans, soybean forage).
       0.3 ppm. (soybean hay).
       0.02 ppm. (eggs, milk, and the meat, fat, and meat
       byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses,
       poultry and sheep).
       Preplant soil incorporation.
       (same information).
Refer to COTTON
       0.1 ppm. (sunflower seed)
       Do not graze or feed treated sunflower forage
       to livestock.
       Preplant soil incorporation.
       (same information).
Refer to COTTON
Issued: 10-20-75
       I-P-31.5

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                            EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                              S-PROPYL BUTYLETHYLTHIOCARBAMATE *




   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC;  G




  TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DO3AGE LBffiEATICNS
(ppm;

Sugar "beets


Tomatoes







Tobacco
(light air-
cured, cigar
filler, flu-
cured)










0.1
(tops anc
roots)
0.1







NF













Ibs . actual /A .
6.0


^.0


6.0

6.0


2.7


2.7



2.7



7.0



Preplant soil incorporation.


Preplant soil incorporation. Direct
seeded immediately.
or
Pretransplant soil incorporation.
or
Posttransplant soil incorporation at
layby. Do not apply within 8 days
before harvest.
Pretransplant soil incorporation or
by sweeps .

Prebedding, pretransplant. Incorporate
immediately with tandem disc and bed up
immediately before transplanting.
or
Postbedding, pretransplant. Incorporate
immediately using a power-driven rotary hoe
with variable length blades.
or
Postbedding, pretransplant sub-surface
sweeps. Use only special equipment
designed for sweep application.
**
   * Proprietary name;   "Tillam"



   Issued:   12-20-74
I-P-32

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                            S-PROPYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
 Peanuts
 Potatoes
 Soybeans
 Sweetpotatoes
 Tobacco
   0.1
 (peanuts,
  forage,
  and hay)

   0.1
   0.1
(soybeans
 forage,
and hay)
   0.1
Ibs.  actual/A.

      2.5
                                   3.0
                                   4.0
      3.0
     3.0
                3.0
Preplant soil incorporation or with
injectors or sweeps.
                -or-
Preemergence soil incorporation.

Use restricted to the Northeastern United
States.  Preplant soil incorporation.
                -or-
Emergence soil incorporation.  Apply after
drag-off.
                -or-
Use restricted to the Northeastern United
States.  Postemergence soil incorporation.
Apply as a directed spray at lay-by.  Do
not apply within 60 days before harvest.

Preplant soil incorporation or with
injectors or sweeps.
                -or-
Preemergence soil incorporation or soil
surface application.
                -or-
Postemergence soil incorporation when
crop is 1-2 inches tall.

Pretransplant soil incorporation
immediately ahead of bedding up discs.

Use restricted to Virginia, Maryland and
Kentucky.  Posttransplant soil incorpora-
tion 7 days after setting plants.
 *Proprietary name:  "Vernam"

Issued:    6-15-72
                    I-P- 33

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              EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                            PYRAZON*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP
GENERAL INFORMATION:  Do not use on sandy or loamy sand soils for
                      table beets as crop injury may result.  Do
                      no use preemergence on muck or peat soils or on
                      soils with organic matter higher than 5% for
                      table beets as unsatisfactory weed control may
                      result.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibition of photosynthesis.  Absorbed through
                 roots.  Translocated.

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

  fanweed                lambsquarters           purslane
  goosefoot              mustard                 ragweed
      (including         nightshade              shepherdspurse
     nettleleaf)         pigweed                 smartweed
  henbit

GRASSES CONTROLED:  Available as a package mix with dalapon for
                    control of certain grasses in sugar beets.
                    Certain tank mixes are also recommended on
                    the product label for expanded control of
                    either grasses or broadleaf weeds.  Refer to
                    product labels for specific information.
*5-amino-4-chloro-2-phenyl-3(2H)-pyridazinone

Issued:  6-30-75             I-P-34.1

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                             PYRAZON
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

BEETS

  2.6  (sandy loam
  soils) to 3.25
  (in 20-40 gal.
  water).
3.25
(in 20-40
gal. water)
SUGAR BEETS

  2.6 (sandy loams)
  to 3.25 (loams,
  silt loams, clays)
  (in 20-40 gal.
  water).
2.6 (sandy loams)
to 3.25  (in
20-40 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.1 ppm. (beets); 1.0 ppm. (tops); 0.01 ppm.  (milk)

Preemergence.  Spray after beet seeds are planted
and before beets or weeds emerge.  Irrigate if no
rain falls within 5-10 days after treatment.  If
irrigation isn't possible, use a shallow cultiva-
tion before weeds are 2 inches tall.  Do not
use on sandy or loamy sand, muck or peat soils, or
on soils with organic matter higher than 5%.

Postemergence (early).
Broadcast.  Treat after beets have expanded 2 true
leaves and before any weeds have more than 2-4
true leaves (usually within 2 weeks).  Do not use
on sandy or loamy sand soils.

Band treatment.  Decrease dosage proportionately
to the area actully treated.  Do not use on sandy
or loamy sand soils.

0.01 ppm. (beets); 1.0 ppm. (tops); 0.01 ppm. (milk)

Preplant with furrow irrigations.  Use limited to
Plains, Mountain and Western states.  Broadcast
or band.  Incorporate with rotary tiller to not
more than 2 inches.  Do not disc.  Reduce dosage
in proportion to band areas actually treated.
Irrigate throughly until tops of beets are
thoroughly wetted.  Repeat irrigation as often
is necessary.  If crop is lost, do not plant other
crops in same season.

Preemergence without irrigation.  Use limited
to Central and Eastern states.  Broadcast or
band.  Reduce dosage proportionately to band area
actually treated.  Spray immediately after beet
seeds are planted, before beets and weeds emerge.
Issued:  6-30-75
I-P-34.2

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             EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                            PYRAZON

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitation
   (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS (cont'd-)

  2.6 (low organic       Preemergence with sprinkler irrigation.  Use
  matter loam soils)     limited to Plains, Mountain and Western states.
  to 3.25 (loam          Band application only.  Apply immediately after
  and clay soils)        or within 3 days after planting.  Reduce dosage
  (in 20-40 gal.         proportionately to area actually treated.  If
  water)                 crop is lost, do not plant other crops in same
                         season.

  2.6-3.25               Postemergence tanks mixes.  All areas.  Apply after
                         weeds emerge and have 2 true leaves, but before weeds
                         reach the 4-leaf stage.  Do not apply if weeds are
                         stressed by lack of moisture, excessive heat,
                         wind, cold or frost as insufficient weed control
                         may result. If  crop is lost, do not plant other
                         crops in same season.  Good soil moisture prior
                         to treatment is necessary.  Irrigate after appli-
                         cation.  This postemergence dosage range applies
                         to various recommended tank mixes.  Refer to
                         the pyrazon label for specific data concerning
                         the weeds controlled, dosages, uses and limitations.
                         These tank mixes can only follow preemergence
                         applications of pyrazon in the Central and
                         Eastern states.  Do not exceed a total of 6.5
                         Ibs. act./A. of pyrazon in one season.
Issued: 6-30-75           I-P-34.3

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                            PYRAZON

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitation
   (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS  (cont'd.)

                         Split application.  Use limited to Central and
                         Eastern states.  Do not apply more than 6.5 Ibs./A.
                         in one season.

2.6-3.25                 Preemergence.
2.6-3.25                 Postemergence.

3.24 pyrazon             Package mix.  Pyrazon is also formulated as a
to 2.22 dalapon          package mix with dalapon for the additional control
(in 40 gal.  water)       of foxtail, barnyardgrass and annual bluegrass.
                         Apply early postemergence.  Broadcast or band.
                         Treat after sugar beets have 2 true leaves and
                         before weeds have more than 2-4 true leaves.  This
                         treatment may burn beet leaves or cause temporary
                         stunting under some conditions.  Do not apply when
                         sugar beet foliage is wet.  Do not broadcast
                         in dry, irrigated regions.  Reduce dosage
                         proportionately to band area actually treated.  Do
                         not use if pyrazon was applied as a preplant or
                         preemergence spray.
Issued: 16-30-75         I-P-34.4

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                                       SILVEX*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC esters; S amine salt; G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide and Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
 Apples
 Pastures and
  Ranges
 Prunes
 Rice
  Sugarcane
    0.1
 (Interim)
 Extended
                      0.1
                   (Interim)
    0.1
 (Interim)

    0.1
 (Interim)
Ib.  actual/A.

 60 grams/A.
  (20 pprn)
    4.0
                                  0.75
             38 grams/A.
               (20 ppm)
                1.5
                                   1.5
                                   3.0
                                   3.0
Preharvest drop control.  Single
application 4 to 8 days before drop
begins (2 weeks before harvest).
Woody plants and brush.  Apply in late
spring thru season until 3 weeks before
frost.  Do not use on freshly seeded
pastures or rangelands.

Mesquite control.  Make an application
in late spring when plants have leaves
fully expanded.

Use restricted to the Pacific Northwest.
Preharvest drop control.  Apply as full
cover spray 800 to 1100 degree days after
full bloom when above 43ฐ F. and 60 or
more days before harvest.

Treat 4-8 weeks after emergence of rice.
If flooded, treat 7-9 weeks after seeding.

Use restricted to Florida.
Postemergence broadcast application.
Make second application before cane is
3 1/2 feet tall.

Use restricted to Louisiana.
Preemergence to plant cane or after
shaving and off-barring.

Use restricted to Louisiana.
Postemergence, repeat if not applied
preemergence.  Do not apply within 5
months before harvest for food and feed.
Apply any time to cane grown for planting
purposes only.
 *2-(2,4,5-trichlorophenoxy)  propionic  acid

 Issued:  12-20-74                      I-S-3-1

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                                          SILVEX
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Sugarcane
(continued)







Aquatic sites:
Lakes
Ponds
Emerged
weeds





Submerged
weeds






0.1
(Interim)







Extended


Extended






Extended






lb. actual/A.
5.0



5.0







40 (granular)
or
8 (liquid)




40 (granular)
or
6 Ib./acre ft.
(liquid)




Use restricted to Hawaii.
Preemergence application immediately
after planting or ratooning and before
cane emerges.
Use restricted to Hawaii.
Postemergence application as a directed
spray to weeds in interline space. Do
not spray cane. Do not apply more than
twice to any one crop .



Apply when emerged weeds are actively
growing, Repeat up to 6 weeks before
freezing. Do not treat more than 1/2
area in any one month.
Do not contaminate water intended for
domestic, irrigation, or crop spraying
purposes .
Apply when submerged weeds are actively
growing. Repeat up to 6 weeks before
freezing. Do not treat more than 1/2
area in any one month.
Do not contaminate water intended for
domestic, irrigation, or crop spraying
purposes .
"c*
    Issued:  12-20-74
I-S-3-2

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                                         SIMAZ1NE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Flowable, WP, D. Paste

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
    DOSAGE
  Alfalfa
  Almonds
  Apples
  Artichokes
  Asparagus
    (established)
  Avocados
   15

  0.02
(milk,
neat, fat
ind meat
byproducts
 f cattle
 oats, hogs
lorses,
joultry
ind sheep^

  0.25
 (hulls
 and nuts
  0.25
   0-5
   10
  0.25
Ibs.  actual/A,

      1.6
      k.O
      k.O
      k.O
Apply broadcast to crop established at
least one year and in fall after first
killing frost but before January 1.
Do not gra/,e treated areas for 30 days
or cut hay for 60 days after treatment.
Apply to orchard floor before weeds
emerge and trees are established one or
more years.  Do not apply to foliage
or while nuts are on ground.

Apply to orchard floor before weeds
emerge and trees are established one
or more years.  Do not apply to foliage
or fruit.

Apply directed spray after last fall
tillage but before weeds emerge.  Make
no more than one applicat ion per year.

Apply in spring after disking and before
spears and weeds emerge.  Repeat after
harvest and weed growth removed.

Use limited to California.  Apply to
orchard floor following final preparation
of the grove before weeds emerge.  Do
not apply to foliage or fruit.
  *2-chloro-4,6-bis (ethylamino)-s-triazine
  Issued:  4-30-73
                     I-S-12.1

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                                         SIMAZINE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
                                                            LIMITATIONS
Bermudagrass;
  (Coastal)
  (Midland)
Blackberries
Blueberries
Boysenberries
Cherries:
  (s our)
  (sweet)
Corn:
  (field)
  (pop)
  (sweet)
   15

  0.02
 (milk,
 meat,fat,
 and  meat
 byproducts
 of cattle
 goats, bogs,
 horses,
 poultry,
 and  sheep'

  0.25
   0.25
  0.25
  0.25
  0.25
(fresh
corn,
sweet
corn
[kernels
and cobs
with husks
removed)
grain,
fodderand
forage))
Ibs. actual/A.

      5-2
      k.Q
      k.O
      k.O
Posttransplant.  Apply after sprigging
and before weeds emerge.  Do not graze
treated areas for 60 days or cut for
hay for 90 days after treatment.
              -or-
Apply to established crop in fall or
spring before weeds emerge.  Do not
graze treated areas for 60 days or cut
for hay for 90 days after treatment.
Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.
Do not apply to foliage or while
fruit is present.

Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.
Do not apply to  foliage  or while fruit
is present.

Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.
Do not apply to foliage or while fruit
is present.

Apply to orchard floor before weeds
emerge, and trees are established one
or more years.  Do not apply to foliage
or fruit.

Preplant.  Apply in fall and plow land
in spring just prior to seeding.  Do
not plant any crop except those specifiec
on the label the following year.  Do
not graze treated areas.
                -or-
Preemergence.  Do not plant any crop
except those specified on the label the
following year.   Do not graze treated
areas.  Do not apply more than k.0 lb.
actual to corn in any one year.
Issued:  5-31-69
                 I-S-12.2

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                                      SIMAZINE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
Ippm;

Cranberries



Currants



Dewberries



Filberts






Grapefruit











Grapes




0.25



0.25



0.25



0.25






C.25











0.25



Its. actual/A.
k.O


2.0
IKO



4.0



4.0






k.o



k.Q



9.6



4.8




Use restricted to Massachusetts . Apply
in spring before growth begins or in
fall after harvest .
Apply in spring before weeds emerge.
Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.
Do not apply to foliage or while fruit
is present.
Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.
Do not apply to foliage or while fruit
is present.
Use restricted to Oregon and Washington.
Apply to orchard floor in fall when
trees are established one year or more.
Do not contact foliage or spray nuts
on the ground during harvest season.
Do not apply more than 4 Ib. actual per
acre per year.
Use restricted to California. Apply to
grove floor before weeds emerge and trees
are established one or more years. Do
not contact foliage or fruit with spray.
Use restricted to Texas. Apply to grove
floor before weeds emerge and trees are
established one or more years. Do not
contact foliage or fruit with spray.
Use restricted to Florida. Apply to
grove floor before weeds emerge and trees
are established one or nore years . Do
not contact foliage or fruit with spray.
Apply to vineyard floor from late fall
after harvest to early spring before
wreeds emerge and vineyards are establishe<
3 or more years.
Issued:   12-20-74
I-S-12.3

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                                      SIMAZINE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                           LIMITATIONS
  Grasses
    (seed crop)
  Lemons
  Loganberries
  Macadamia
   orchards
  Olives
  Oranges
  15
  0.02
(milk
meat,fat
and meat
byproduct
of cattle
goats,
hogs,
horses,
poultry
and sheep

  0.25
  0.25
  0.25
 (nuts)
 0.25
 0.25
                             Ibs. actual/A.
 2.0
                                 1.6
                                 4.0
4.0
4.0
                                 4.0
                                 1.6
Use restricted to Pacific Northwest
States.  Apply to grass as fall rain
begins and grass has been cut one or
more times.  Do not graze treated areas
for 30 days or cut for hay within 60
days after treatment.
Use restricted to Arizona.  Apply to
grove floor in fall and repeat in spring
prior to weed emergence, and trees are
established one or more years.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Use restricted to California.  Apply to
grove floor before weeds emerge and trees
are established one or more years.  Do
not contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.  Do i
not apply to foliage or while fruit is
present.

Apply just prior to weed emergence and
repeat as necessary.  Do not spray
while nuts are on the ground.

Apply to orchard floor in late fall or
midwinter before weeds emerge.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Use restricted to Arizona.  Apply to
grove floor in fall and repeat in spring
prior to weed emergence, and trees are
established one or more years.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit with spray.
Issued:   12-20-74
                                 l-S-12.4

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                                       SIMAZINE
         USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                   DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
    Oranges
     (Continued)
    Peaches
    Pears
**  Pecans
    Plums
  0.25
                      0.25
                      0.1
Ibs. actual/A.

     4.0




     4.8




     9.6




     4.0




     4.0
                4.0
                (WP)
                      0.25
Use limited    to California.  Apply to
grove floor before weeds emerge and trees
are established one or more years.  Do
not contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Use  limited   to Texas.  Apply to grove
floor before weeds emerge and trees are
established one or more years.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Use  limited   to Florida.  Apply to
grove floor before weeds emerge and trees
are established one or more years.  Do
not contact foliage or fruit with spray.

Apply to orchard floor before weeds
emerge and trees are established one or
more years.  Do not contact foliage or
fruit with spray.

Apply to orchard floor before weeds
emerge and trees are established one or
more years.  Do not contact foliage or
fruit with spray.

Do not use west of the Pecos River, in
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona or California.
Apply to orchard floor and avoid  contact
with fruit or  foliage.  Broadcast or
band.  Apply only to orchards or  groves
when trees have been established  two
years or more. Do not make more  than  one
application per year.  Do not apply when
nuts are on the ground.   Do not allow
animals to graze treated  areas. Do  not
 use  on  sand or sandy loam soils.

 Apply  to  orchard floor  before weeds
 emerge  and trees  are established  one  or
 more years.   Do not contact foliage or
 fruit with spray.
  Issued:  6-30-75
                    I-S-12.5     Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                                    SIMAZINE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  ' ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
 Raspberries
 Strawberries
   (Marshall)
  Sugarcane
  Walnuts
  0.25
  0.25
                   0.25
                    0.25
Ibs. actual/A.

     4.0




     1.0




     1.0



     4.0
                4.0
Apply in spring before weeds emerge and
fruit set, or in fall after harvest.  Do
not apply to foliage or while fruit is
present.

Use restricted to Northwest area.
Posttransplant.  Apply 3-4 weeks after
setting.  Repeat application in fall of
first year.
                -or-
Postharvest.  Apply after harvest or in
fall.  Irrigation may be necessary.  Do
not apply in spring to bearing plants.

Preemergence.  Apply at or immediately
after planting and before weeds or  cane
emerge.  For ratoon crop, apply
immediately after harvest, or before cane
emerges.
                -or-
Postemergence.  Apply once over cane or
two directed sprays between rows.   Do
not apply after "close-in".  Do not feed
or graze  treated forage to livestock.  Do
not apply more than 10 pounds actual
chemical  per acre per crop cycle.

Apply  to  orchard floor before weeds
emerge and  trees are  established one or
more years.  Do not apply  to  foliage or
while  nuts  are on the ground.
Issued:  12-20-74
              I-S-12.6

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                     EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                                    SIMAZINE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
   Aquatic Sites:

     Ponds
   12
 (fish)
                            Ibs  act./A.  ft.
                                 1.4-2.7

                                   3.4


                                 2.7-5.4


                                   6.8
Broadcast.  Make applications after seasonal
flow has ceased when 5-10% of the pond
surface is covered with algal mats and/or
while submerged aquatic weeds are actively
growing and before they reach the surface.
Treat only light to moderately infested
ponds,and do so before the water tempera-
ture exceeds 75*F.  Mix portions of the
product with water in a pail to form a thin
paste or slurry.  Toss the slurry into the
pond and repeat at different locations
around the pond margins until the required
amount has been applied.  Repeat treatment,
if necessary, at the first signs of algal
mats.  Do not treat in the fall or just
before freezing is expected.  Do not use
treated water for irrigation, livestock
watering or human consumption for 12 months
following treatment.

   Control of unicellular algae.

   Control of Cladophora, Chara, water net
   and benthic algae.

   Control of submerged weeds (pondweed,
   naiad, watermilfoil, etc.)

   Control of Cabomba (fanwort).
Issued:  3-30-77
                   I-S-12.7

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                           SODIUM CHLORATE

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Defoliant, Desiccant,            PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L, D,
                 Herbicide                                              G,  C, S

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A nonselective non-crop area herbicide, cotton defoliant
                      and grain sorghum desiccant.  Product is a strong oxi-
                      dant.  Avoid drift.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Herbicidal - Its reduction to hypochlorite in the effected
                 cells ties up nitrate reduction.  May inhibit the actual
                 nitrate reducing apparatus.
                 As a desiccant - Provides sufficient injury to cell membranes
                 so as to permit rapid water loss.
                 As a defoliant - Lowers auxin levels and increases perme-
                 ability resulting in leaf abscission.

WEEDS CONTROLLED:  Controls most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and
                   grasses.
Issued:  10-20-75               I-S-16.1

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                          SODIUM CHLORATE
Crops and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

COTTON
  3-5
  3-5
FALLOW LAND

0.89-1.77
(in 2-3 gal.
water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
exempt (cottonseed).
Do not treat later than 7-10 days prior to harvest.
Do not graze treated  areas or feed gin waste to
livestock.

Defoliation.  Apply when at least 70% of the bolls
are open and 2-3 weeks prior to anticipated picking
date.  The youngest bolls expected to make cotton
should be at least 30 days old.  Do not use earlier
than 30-40 days after cut-out (usually 40 in irri-
gated areas).   Thorough coverage of the plant is
essential.  A second  application may be necessary.
Use the lower rate when the plants and weather
conditions are ideal  for defoliation.  Low tem-
peratures, or stressed, or very rank, tall cotton
would require the use of the highest rate.  Do
not apply during very high mid-day temperatures.
Do not graze treated  areas or feed gin waste to
livestock.
  Ground application.
  gal. water.
Apply as above in 5 30
  Aerial application.  Apply as above in 4-15
  gal. water.  Swath width should not exceed
  wing spread.  Avoid drift.

N.F.

Spot treatment for control of johnsongrass.
Apply the recommended dosage to a 100 sq. ft.
area.  Use a pressure sprayer with a flat fan
spray nozzle to thoroughly soak the foliage.
The treated area may remain barren for six
months after application.
Issued:  10-20-75
          I-S-16.2

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Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

GRAIN SORGHUM

   4-6
(in 12-15 gal.
water)

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

around buildings,
farm yards, fence
rows, etc.

  0.44-1.77 (D)
(per 100 sq. ft.)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

         SODIUM CHLORATE

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
RIGHTS-OF-WAY

railroad,
roadway

0.98-2.45 (C)
0.44-1.77 (D)
0.28-0.36 (L)
(per 100 sq. ft.)
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

buildings, fence
rows, tank farms,
track yards,
storage areas
       exempt (grain sorghum, fodder and forage)

       Desiccant.  Apply 7-10 days before harvest,
       Do not graze treated areas.
       N.F.
       Apply as a spray or dust (refer to product label)
       Top growth should be disked in or mowed and
       removed prior to a dry application.  In areas of
       light rainfall (8-20 in.),  make dry application
       in the fall or early winter.   In areas of heavy
       rainfall (20 in.  or more),  apply in the spring.
       Do not apply during hot, dry weather.   Do not
       plow, cultivate,  burn or pasture treated areas
       for several months after treatment.
       N.F.
       Apply as a dust, crystal or spray (refer to
       product label) after the predominant weed
       species have emerged.   Thorough coverage is
       necessary.  Repeat if necessary.  Do not apply
       during or immediately after rainfall.  The tim-
       ing for dry applications should be noted as in
       AGRICULTURAL PREMISES.
       N.F.
       Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
Issued:  10-20-75
                  I-S-16.3

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                            SODIUM CHLORATE

Sites and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act.)

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

driveways, fence rows,   N.F.
foundations, patios,
sidewalks, trash cans    Spray foliage to saturation.  Avoid contact with
                         lawns, ornamentals and other desirable plants.  Do
                         not apply over underlying roots of any desirable
                         vegetation such as trees, shrubs and vines.

AQUATIC AREAS

drainage ditch banks     N.F.

0.44-1.77 (D)            Spot treatment.  Apply as a dust, dry crystal or
0.50-2.49 (C)            spray (refer to product label).  Apply in Aug. -
(per 100 sq. ft.)        Nov. where winter rainfall is between 18-20 inches.
                         Apply in spring where there is more than 20 in.
                         of winter rainfall.  Make the dry application at
                         least 6 feet beyond the infested area.  Do not
                         apply in hot, dry weather.  When using a spray
                         solution, thoroughly wet foliage and dampen the
                         soil surface under the plants.  Keep off treated
                         areas.
Issued:  10-20-75                 I-S-16.4

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                       EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                             SODIUM METHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                LEMTTATiaHS
 Propagation beds
  and crop fields
 Tobacco
   NF
                     NF
                             Ibs. actual/A.
   506
                                  383
Preplant soil fumigation.  Cultivate 5-7
days after application and aerate for 7-14
days, or until soil is free of odor.  Do
not apply when soil temperature is less
than 60ฐ F,  or more than 90ฐ F.

Seed bed treatment.  Preplant soil
fumigation.   Treat for 24-48 hours,
cultivate 7 days after application and
seed tobacco 21 or more days after
application.
 Issued:   12-15-71
                                      l-S-27

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                                 SODIUM TRICHLOROACETATE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (pptn)
                                 DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
 Sugar beets


 Sugar cane


    Plant cane
    Stubble cane
   0.5
   0.5
Ib. actual/A.

      8.1


     27.0


      3.3
                 9.1
Preemergence application.  Do not use tops
for feed or food.

Preemergence and early postmergence
applications.

Apply on drill after shaving and after
stubble digger or rotary hoe has been used
and before any seedlings emerge.  Repeat
application 4-5 weeks later (combined with
2,4-D.

Preemergence application on stubble cane
in combination with 2, 4-D.
Issued:  5-15-72
                    I-S-31

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                               STODDARD SOLVENT*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  An herbicide for selective annual weed control.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  May prevent gas exchange between leaves and air or
                 penetrate tissues and disrupt plasma membranes.

WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   a)  Controls most annual broadleaf weeds and grasses.
   b)  May provide top kill of perennial weeds, but growth will resume.
   c)  Does not control ragweed, beggarticks and certain mustards.
*petroleum naphtha

Issued:  3-30-77             I-S-32-1.1

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Crops and Dosage
(gal. of 100%/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ASPARAGUS

80-100 gal./A.
BEETS (TABLE)

75-100 gal./A.



CARAWAY


75-100 gal./A.



100 gal./A.
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            STODDARD SOLVENT

       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
CARROTS
75-100 gal./A.
100 gal./A.
       Exempt.

       Post-harvest treatment to asparagus beds.  Broadcast.
       Apply after cutting of crop to thoroughly wet the
       weed growth on the ground below the asparagus tops.
       Do not spray top fern growth of asparagus.

       Exempt.
          emergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
       wet weed growth 2 to 3 days prior to the emergence
          the crop.
Preemergence.  Broadcast,
of the crop.

Exempt.
Six week preharvest interval.

Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly wet
weed growth 2 to 3 days prior to the emergence
of the crop.

Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to weeds that
are 2 in. high or smaller while the crop is in
the 2-4 "fern-leaf" stage of growth.  Repeat
application within 4-6 weeks if necessary.  Do
not apply to a crop that is wet with rain or
dew.

Exempt.
Six week preharvest interval.

Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
wet weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
of the crop.                    „

Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to weeds that
are 2 in. high or smaller while the crop is in
the 2-4 "fern-leaf" stage of growth.  Repeat
application within 4-6 weeks if necessary.  Do
not make more than one application to early
bunching carrots.  Do not apply to a crop that
is wet with rain or dew.
Issued:   3-30-77
            I-S-32-1.2

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Crops and Dosage
(gal. of 100%/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

CELERY

75-100 gal./A.
40-75 gal./A.


Corn  (sweet)

75-100 gal./A.



CRANBERRIES

400 gal./A.
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

           STODDARD SOLVENT

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
DILL
75-100 gal./A.
100 gal./A.
      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.

      Pretransplant.   Apply to thoroughly wet the weeds.
      Avoid excessive run-off.

      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.

      Exempt.

      Apply in the spring while crop is dormant.   Direct
      the spray to hit the crowns of the plants or
      the soil surface rather than the tops of the
      cranberry plants.

      Exempt.
      Six week preharvest interval.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.

      Postemergence.   Broadcast.   Apply to weeds  that
      are 2 in.  high  or  smaller,  while the crop is in
      the 2-4 "fern-leaf" stage of growth.   Repeat
      application within 4-6 weeks if  necessary.   Do
      not apply to a  crop that is wet  with rain or
      dew.
Issued:  3-30-77
          I-S-32-1.3

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Crops and Dosage
(gal. of 100%/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

ONIONS

75-100 gal./A.
30-40 gal./A.
PARSLEY
75-100 gal./A.
PARSNIPS
75-100 gal./A.
100 gal./A.
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

           STODDARD SOLVENT

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
POTATOES
75-100 gal./A.
      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the
      emergence of the crop.

      Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply up to the
      hook stage when temperatures are below 75ฐF.

      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.

      Exempt.
      Six week preharvest interval.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apo thoroughly wet
      the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.

      Postemergenc.  Broadcast.  Apply to weeds that
      are 2 in. high or smaller, while the crop is in
      the 2-4 "fern-leaf" stage of growth.  Repeat
      application within 4-6 weeks if necessary.
      Do not apply to a crop that is wet with rain
      or dew.

      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the
      emergence of the crop.
Issued:   3-30-77
           I-S-32-1.4

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Crops and Dosage
(gal. of 100%/A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGAR BEETS

75-100 gal./A.
Sites and Dosage
(gal. of 100%/A.)

ORNAMENTALS

GLADIOLUS

75-100 gal./A.
PINE SEEDLINGS
72.6 gal./A.
72.6 gal./A.
TULIPS
75-100 gal./A.
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

           STODDARD SOLVENT

      Tolerance, Use and Limitations
      Exempt.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the crop.
      N.F.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the
      emergence of the nursery crop.

      N.F.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to weed
      seedlings while the pine seed coats are still
      over the cotyledons.

      Postemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to weed
      seedlings after the pine seedlings are one
      year old.

      N.F.

      Preemergence.  Broadcast.  Apply to thoroughly
      wet the weed growth 2-3 days prior to the emergence
      of the nursery crop.
Issued:  3-30-77
           I-S-32-1.5

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                         EPA. Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                                       TFRBACTL*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

TYPE EESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
               L3METATIOTS
 Apple
 Citrus:
   Grapefruit
   Lemon
   Orange
   Grapefruit
   Orange
   0.1
   0.1
Ibs. actual/A.

      3-2
      3.2
                                   6.k
                 8.0
                                   k.o
  *3-tert-butyl-5-chloro-6-methyluracii

   Issued:   8-31-68
Single spring spray to soil of orchards
established 3 or more years.  Do not
replant treated area to any crop within
two years after last application.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit.

Directed spray to floor of orchards, where
trees established one or more years.  Do
not replant treated areas to any crop
within 2 years, except citrus transplants
may be planted after one year.  Do not
contact foliage or fruit.

Use restricted to Arizona and California.
Single directed spray to soil of orchards
established 2 or more years from winter
to early summer or split application in
fall and spring.  Do not replant treated
areas to any crop, except grapefruit,
orange and lemon may be planted after one
year.  Do not contact foliage or fruit.

Use restricted to Texas.  Single spring or
early summer spray to soil of orchards
established 2 or more years.  Do not
replant treated areas to any crop except
orange and grapefruit within 2 years after
last application.  Do not contact foliage
or fruit.

Use restricted to Florida.  Early spring
or summer directed spray to soil of
orchards established 2 or more years.  Do
not replant treated area to any crop with-
in 2 years after last application, except
orange and grapefruit may be planted sifter
1 yeax.  Do not apply more than 8 Ibs.
actual/A, per year.  Repeat once when
needed.
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                                   TERBACIL
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Peach




Peppermint



Spearmint


j
j Sugarcane










>

i
J








0.1




0.1
(hay)


0.1
(hay)


0.1





















DS. actual/A.
3.2




1.6



1.6



3.2














1.0






1

Single spring spray to soil of orchards
established 3 or more years. Do not
replant treated area to any crop within
2 years after last application. Do not
contact foliage or fruit.
Preemergence. Apply in spring or fall
after last cultivation. Do not replant
treated areas to any other crop within
2 years .
Preemergence. Single application in
spring or fall. Do not replant treated
areas to any other crop within 2 years.

Use limited to Louisiana. Preemergence:
single spring application immediately
after off -barring and covering fall
planted cane or first year stubble crop
not treated previous fall. Do not j
replant treated area to any crop within
one year after last application.
-or- •
Use limited to Louisiana. Preemergence: |
split application. One-half dosage in
fall immediately after planting and
repeat immediately in spring after off-
barring. Do not replant treated area
to any crop within one year after last j
application. ;
Use limited to Louisiana. Layby treat-
ment immediately after last cultivation.
Do not replant treated areas to any crop
other than sugarcane within 2 years after
last application.
i
j

Issued:  6-30-75
                             I-T-1.2
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                                    TERBACIL
      I'SK
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
              LIMITATIONS
 Sugarcane
  (continued)
                    0.1
          Ibs. actual/A

              2.0




              2.4




              1.6
Use limited to Hawaii.  Preemergence
single application to plant cane.  Do not
plant any crop except sugarcane or pine-
apple for 2 years.

Use limited to Puerto Rico.  Preemergence
single application to plant cane.  Do not
plant any crop except sugarcane or pine-
apple for 2 years.

Use limited to Texas.  Preemergence, fall
application to stubble or plant cane.
Repeat application in early spring.  Do
not replant treated area to any crop
within 2 years after last application.
Issued:
        6-30-75
                              I-T-1.3
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                            TEBUTHIURON*
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
                 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP
GENERAL INFORMATION: General weed killer for non-cropland  uses.   For
                     Best results, apply pre- or postemergence before
                     or during active growth.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:   (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TAP.GET WEEDS:   (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  Inhibits photosynthesis.  Absorbed  through  root  system.
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
  alfalfa (a)           filaree
  annual fleabane (a)
  annual sowthistle  (a) goldenrod  (a)
  bedstraw  (a)          grape  (a)
  black medic (a)       gumweed  (a)
  bouncingbet (a)
  bristly oxtongue (c)
        (a)
giant ragweed (a)
            (a)
                      heath aster
                      henbit  (a)
buckhorn plantain (a) horseweed  (a)
burclover             Japanese honeysuckle
camphorweed ( (a)     knapweed (a)
Carolina geranium (a) Kochia  (a)
carpetweed (a)        lambsquarters  (a)
chickweed (a)         lupine  (a)
chicory (b)           morningglory  (a)
coast fiddleneck (a)  perennial  sowthistle
cocklebur (a)         pigweed  (a)
common cinquefoil (b) poision hemlock  (a)
common mullein  (a)
common purslane (c)
common ragweed (c)
(a)
  common sunflower (a)
  cudweed (d)
  curley dock (a)
  dogfennel  (a)
poison ivy (b)
poorjoe (c)
prickly sida  (a)
prostrate spurge
puncturevine  (a)
red clover (a)
red raspberry (a)
                                        (b)
    rosering gaillardia (a)
    Russian thistle (a)
    saltbush (a)
    shepherdspurse (a)
    silverleaf nightshade (a)
    smallflower buttercup
    spikeweed (a)
    spotted catsear (a)
(a)  spotted spurge (a)
    spurge (a)
    staghorn sumac (b)
    strawberry (a)
    swamp smartweed (b)
    telegraphplant (a)
(b)  trembling aspen (b)
    trumpetcreeper (a)
    Venus lookingglass (d)
    vetch (a)
    Virginia creeper (a)
    Virginia pepperweed (a)
    white heath aster (a)
    white sweet clover (b)
    wild carrot (a)
    yellow starthistle (a)
Dosages for control of above plants  (Ibs. act./A.):
  (a) 4.0
  (b) 6.0
(c) 8.0
(d) 16.0
(See next page for GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED),
*N-t5-(l,l-dimethylethyl)-l,3,A-thiadiazol-2-yl]-N,N'-dimethylurea
*previous chemical name:  l-(5-tert-butyl-l,3,4-thiadiazol-2-yl)-l,3-dimethylurea
Proprietary name:  "Spike".
Issued:  6-30-75
      I-T-1-1.1
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                            TEBUTHIURON
GRASSES AND OTHER MONOCOTS CONTROLLED:
  annual bluegrass (a)  downy bromegrass  (a)
  annual sedge (a)
  barnyardgrass (c)
  Bermudagrass (c)
  broomsedge (a)
  buffalograss (a)
  bull sedge (c)
  cheat (a)
  common reed  (b)
  crabgrass (c)
  crowfootgrass (a)
  dallisgrass  (d)
fescue (a)
field sandbur (b)
foxtail (a)
foxtail barley (b)
Italian ryegrass (a)
itchgrass (c)
Japanese bromegrass (b)
Kentucky bluegrass  (a)
little barley (a)
lovegrass (c)
orchardgrass (c)
rattail fescue (a)
reed canarygrass  (b)
ripgut bromegrass  (a)
seedling Johnsongrass
smooth bromegrass  (a)
Texas panicum (a)
timothy (a)
triple awngrass  (b)
vaseygrass  (d)
velvetgrass (a)
wild oat (a)
witchgrass  (a)
(c)
Dosages for control of above plants  (Ibs. act./A.)
  (a) 4.0
  (b) 6.0
(c) 8.0
(d) 16.0
Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

RIGHTS OF WAY

  railroad ballast
  railroad roadbeds
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  4-16 Ibs.
  (See dosage for
  specific weeds)
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES
  airport runways
  industrial
    buildings
  lumberyards
  tank farms
  utility substations
N.F.
Do not apply on or near desirable foliage or where
roots of desirable foliage extend to treated areas.
Do not use on walks, driveways, lawns, patios, or
tennis courts.  Do not contaminate any body of
water.

Preemergence or postemergence.
Apply by fixed-boom power sprayer for large areas.
For small areas, apply by tank-type hand sprayer
or sprinkling can.
N.F.
Refer to RIGHTS OF WAY (same information).
Issued:  6-30-75
         I-T-1-1.2   Replaces page issued  12-20-74

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                         1, 2, k , 5-TETRACHLORO- 3-WITROEENZENE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
LIMITATIONS
  Potatoes
          0.01 Ibs. act./
             100 Ibs.
               Single postharvest  application to
               potatoes  as they  are placed  in storage.
               Do not feed treated potatoes to  livestock
*TCNB
  Issued:  1-31-69
                        I-T-2

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              TETRAHH)RO-3,5-DIMETHYL-2H-1,3,5-THIADIAZ.INE-2-THIONE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  D
TYPE PESTICIDE:  HerMcide
USE TOLERANCE uosAGE LBffiEAIiaJS
(ppm;

Tobacco



NF


Ibs . actual/A.
306



Preplanting overall treatment to seed
"beds . Wait k or more weeks before
seeding.
  *DMTT
  Issued:   8-31-68
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                          S,S,S-TRIBUTYL PROSPHOROTRITHIDATE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Defoliant
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS

Cotton

















k
[cotton-
seed )
6
[cotton-
seed
hulls )
0.02
( in meat ,
fat , and
meat
"byproducts
of cattle;
goats,
and sheep)
0.002
(milk)
Ib. actual/A.
1.5





2.25











Preharvest defoliation. Apply when 50?-
of the bolls are open. Bottom
defoliation. Apply to bottom half of
plants to mature bolls. Do not apply
within 7 days before harvest.
-or-
Preharvest defoliation. Apply to rank
cotton when 50fj of the bolls are open.
Two applications may be made 2-6 weeks
apart. Do not apply within 7 days
before harvest.






  Issued:
                                        I-T-11

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                            TRIBUTYL PHOSPHOROTRITHIOITE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; D




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Defoliant
USE TOLERANCE DOQAJJE UMETATICHS
Ippm;

Cotton




0.25
(cotton-
seed)

Ibs. actual/A.
1.5 (liquid)
2.0 (dust)



Apply vhen top bolls are firm to thumb
pressure. A second application may be
made 5-7 days later at the rate of
1.25 Ibs. /A. (liquid) or 0.75 Ibs. /A.
(dust).
  Issued:   8-31-68
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                       S-(2,3,3-TRICHLOROALLYL) DIISOPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE*
   PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC;  G




   TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Barley











Lentils






Peas:
Dried
Field
Green



Wheat:
Durham
Spring
Winter









0.05
(grain,
straw)









0.05
(lentils,
forage,
hay)



0.05
(peas,
forage,
hay)



0.05
(grain,
straw)









Ib. actual/A.
1.25 (EC),

1.5 (G)









1.25






1.25






J.25(EC),

]-5 (G)










Preplanting soil incorporation. Plant
crop within 3 weeks after application.
Do not graze livestock on treated crop.
-or-
Preemergence soil incorporation before
crop sprouts are 1/2 inch long. Do not
graze livestock on treated areas.
-or-
Preplant soil incorporation in fall for
spring planting. Do not plant oats next
year. Do not graze livestock on treated
crop,
Preplan!: soil incorporation. Plant crop
within 3 weeks after application. Do not
graze livestock on treated areas.
-or-
Preemergetice soil incorporation. Apply
soon after planting. Do not graze
livestock on treated areas.
PreplantLng soil incorporation. Plant
crop within 3 weeks after application.
Do not graze livestock on treated crop.
-or-
Preemergence soil incorporation. Apply
soon after planting. Do not graze
livestock on treated areas.
Preplanting soil incorporation. Plant
crop within 3 weeks after application.
Do not graze livestock on treated crop.
-or-
Preemergence soil incorporation before
crop sprouts are 1/2 inch long. Do not
graze livestock on treated areas.
-or-
Preplant soil incorporation in fall for
spring planting. Do not plant oats next
year. Do not graze livestock on treated
crop.
**
    ^Proprietary Name:   Avadex 'BW




   Issued:  11-15-72
I-T- 18

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                               TRICHLOROBENZYL CHLORIDE*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; G




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
Corn t

Field
Pop
Sweet








0.02
(grain)
0.02
sweet
corn
kernels
plus cob
rLth husk
removed)
0.1
(forage
and
fodder)
Ibs . actual/A .
7-1












Preemergence application. Do not apply
where sprinkle or furrow irrigation is
used . Do not use on peaty muck soils
or soils with over 20$ organic matter.
Do not apply to land to be planted to
sugar beets, tomatoes, lettuce, or
potatoes the following year.






 *Use only in combination with N,N-diallyl-2-chloroacetamide (CDAA)



 Issued:  11-25-69                        I-T-20

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                             1,1,1-TRICHLOROETHAKE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LEMETATICHS
ipisa;
Citrus Fruits :
Grapefruit
Kumquats
Lemons
Limes
Oranges
Tangelo
Tangerines

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

2.1/1000 cu. ft
2qts. soln. witl
methylene
hloride per 100(
u. ft.)



Degreening, used with ethylene gas.
Apply metered dosage over 2\ hour
period . Exposure should not exceed
72 hours . Aerate by fan for 12
hours .


 *Methyl chloraform
  Issued:  8-31-68
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                2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (AMMONIUM SALT)*
 TYPE PESTICIDE: Herbicide
                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: L
 GENERAL INFORMATION:  This chemical is presently only registered as a
                       mixture** with amitrole and atrazine for several
                       non-crop uses.

 TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  Approximately 3 weeks.

 PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  Weeds start to turn white or brown
                                 within a week.

 MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

 BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
      alfalfa
      Canada thistle
      dandelion
      filaree
      kochia
      lambsquarters
      mugwort

 GRASSES CONTROLLED:
mustard
nightshade
pigweed
plantain
poison ivy
puncture vine
purslane
ragweed
Russian thistle
smartweed
sowthlstle
bluegrass
crabgrass
downy brome
foxtail
quackgtfass
ryegrass
velvetgrass
wild oat
witchgrass
  *Proprietary name:   Fenac (ammonium salt)
***Proprietary name:   Fenamine
 Issued:   3-30-77
              I-T-25.1

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             2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID  (AMMONIUM  SALT)
Sites and Dosage
  (in Ibs. actual)
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

  Around buildings,
  Driveways,
  Outdoor storage
  areas,
  Fencelines

  0.55/5,000 sq. ft.
 (in 5 gal. water)
  2.48/A. (under
  15 inches a.r.)
  4.95/A. (over
  15 inches a.r.)
(in at least 100 gal.
  water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations

NOTE:  These dosages represent the weight
       of the active ingredient 2,3,6-
       trichlorophenylacetic acid  (ammonium salt).
N.F. Do not allow spray to contaminate crops
or water used for irrigation, domestic or
fish purposes.  Keep livestock off treated
areas.
Spot treatment.  Apply a coarse spray to
small weeds in the spring or early summer to
wet weeds thoroughly.  Cut and remove dead,
tall weeds.  Treat 1-2 weeks later when
regrowth appears.  Repeat application for
resistant weeds when regrowth is 6 to 12
inches tall (about 2 months).  Do not use
near crops or ornamentals.  Keep livestock
off treated areas.  Formulated with amitrole
and atrazine.

Broadcast on large areas.  Dosage is determined
by annual rainfall (a.r.).  Apply a. coarse spray
to small weeds in the spring or early summer.
Wet weeds thoroughly.  Cut and remove dead tall
weeds.  Treat 1-2 weeks later when regrowth appears.
Repeat application for resistant weeds when regrowth
is 6 to 12 inches tall (about 2 months). Do not use
near crops or ornamentals.  Keep livestock off
treated areas.  Formulated with amitrole and
atrazine.
Issued:  3-30-77
       I-T-25.2

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             2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID  (AMMONIUM  SALT)

Sites and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  (in Ibs. actual
                       NOTE:  These dosages represent the weight
                              of the active ingredient 2,3,6-
                              trichlorophenylacetic acid (ammonium salt).
RIGHTS-OF-WAY

  Fencelines,          N.F. Do not allow spray to contaminate water
  Highways,            used for irrigation, domestic or fish purposes.
  Power lines.         Keep livestock off treated areas.
  Substations.
  Under paving
                       Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES for dosages and
                       use patterns  (same information for spot treatment
                       and broadcast).

  3.3-4.95/A.          To control weed growth under asphalt or cement cover.
(in at least 300 gal.  Destroy existing weed growth.  Grade and level area
 water)                to be surfaced.  Apply as a. coarse spray.  Apply
                       asphalt or cement cover to treated area as soon as
                       possible.  Do not use near crops or ornamentals.
                       Formulated with amitrole and atrazine.
Issued: 3-30-77                   I-T-25.3

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Sites and Dosage       Tolerance, Use and Limitations
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

  around buildings,    Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
  driveways,
  outdoor storage areas,
  fencelines,
  parking lots,
  under paving

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL AND REG. FAC.,
SCHOOLS

  around buildings,    Refer to RIGHTS-OF-WAY (same information).
  driveways,
  outdoor storage areas,
  fencelines,
  parking lots,
  drive-in theaters,
  under paving
Issued:   3-30-77           I-T-25.4

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           2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (DIMETHYLAMINE SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide               PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  This chemical is presently only registered as a mixture**
                      with 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (dimethylamine salt)***
                      for weed control in sugarcane.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL: (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:

    chickweed           morningglory         ragweed
    dock                nightshade           spiny amaranth
    henbit              purslane             sowthistle

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

    alexandergrass      crabgrass            goosegrass
    barnyardgrass       foxtail              johnsongrass (seedlings)

NOTE:  Control is extended to other unmentioned weeds which are also
       susceptible to 2,4-D.  Johnsongrass originating from established
       rhizomes will not be controlled.
   *Proprietary name:  Fenac (dimethylamine salt)
 ' **Proprietary name:  Fenac plus
 ***2,4-D

Issued:  3-30-77                  I-T-26.1

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            2,3,6-TRICKLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (DIMETHYLAMINE SALT)
Crops and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
SUGARCANE  (Plant cane)
 1.13-1.5
 (in 12-18 gal. water)
   1.5
(In 50 gal. water)
 1.13-1.5
(in 12-18 gal. water)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations

NOTE:  The following dosages represent the weight of
       the active ingredient 2,3,6-trichlorophenylacetlc
       acid  (dlmethylamine salt) only.
0.1 ppm. 2,3,6-trtchlorophenlacetic acid
         (dimethylamlne salt)
2 ppm 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid (dimethylamlne
         salt)

Preemergence band application.  Use limited to
Louisiana.  Apply between August 1 - September 15.
Treat after planting and before weeds are more than
2 In. tall.  Use the higher rate on light textured
soils only for control of seedling johnsongrass.
Use the  lower rate for control of other weeds
regardless of soil texture, and after September 15
regardless of soil texture or weeds to be controlled.
Apply on a band 30 in. wide on rows spaced 72 In.
apart.  Bagasse should not be used for feed or forage.
Do not use near ornamentals.  Formulated with 2,4-D.

Preemergence broadcast application.  Use limited to
Florida.  Apply In the fall shortly after planting,
but before weeds are 4 in. tall.  Repeat application
after 3 weeks if necessary to facilitate weed control.
Bagasse should not be used for feed or forage.  Do not
use near ornamentals.  Formulated with 2,4-D.

Postemergence band application.  Use limited to
Louisiana.  Apply in the spring after shaving, off-
barrlng and redrawing the rows of fall planted
cane and after all danger of freezing Is past.  Apply
to rows free of weeds using the higher rate to control
johnsongrass seedlings on light textured soils, and
the lower rate for all other situations.  Apply on
a band 30 In. wide on rows spaced 72 in. apart.  Bagasse
should not be used for feed or forage.   Do not use near
ornamentals.  Formulated with 2,4-D.
Issued:   3-30-77
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             2,3,e-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)*
                                             e
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide                        PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: L
GENERAL INFORMATION:
A selective preemergence herbicide which has little or
no effect on emerged and growing weeds.  Avoid spray
drift to any crops or ornamentals.  Do not contaminate
water used for irrigation or domestic purposes.
TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).
BROADLEAF WEEDS CONTROLLED:
   alkali sida (c,e)
   bouncingbet (c,e)
   Canada thistle (b)
   dandelion   (c,e)
   dock
   field bindweed (b)
   henbit
   Kochia (a,e)
   lambsquarters (a,c,e)

GRASSES CONTROLLED:

   alexandergrass
   barnyardgrass (c,e)

AQUATICS CONTROLLED:
   leafy spurge (b)
   morningglory
   mouseear chickweed
   nightshade
   pigweed (a,c,e)
   plantain (a,c,e)
   povertyweed (c,e)
   puncturevine (a,e)
   purslane
   crabgrass (c,e)
   foxtail (c,e)
      ragweed (c,e)
      Russian knapweed (b)
(c,e)  Russian thistle (a,e)
      skeletonleaf bursage  (c,e)
      smartweed (c,e)
      sowthistle (c,e)
      spiny amaranth
      Texas blueweed (c,e)
      turkey mullein (a,e)
      goosegrass
      seedling johnsongrass
   American pondweed (d) sago pondweed  (d)
   common coontail (d)    slender spikerush  (d)
   elodea (d)            southern naiad  (d)
   leafy pondweed (d)
                            watermilfoil  (d)
                            waterstargrass  (d)
                            waterthread pondweed  (d)
NOTE:  The weeds listed above are controlled by using the following
       specific dosages (in Ibs. act./A.):

   (a)  4.5-6.8 (in 25-100 gal. water)
   (b)  17.5-20.5 (in 50-100 gal. water)
   (c)  15.0-17.1 (in at least 50 gal. water)
   (d)  15.0-19.5 (in 50-100 gal. water)
   (e)  15
*Proprietary name:   "Fenac"

Issued:  10-20-75
               I-T-27.1

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Sites and Dosage
 (Ibs. act./A.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

SUGARCANE

  1.1
(in 12-18 gal.
water)
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2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)

           Tolerance, Use and Limitations
  8
(in 50 gal.
water)
  1.1
(in 12-18 gal.
water)
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES

fencerows
           0.1 ppm.

           Preemergence band application.  Use limited to Loui-
           siana.  Apply after planting in the fall to a clean
           bed before weed seeds germinate.  Apply on band 24-30
           in. wide over rows spaced 6 feet apart.  Bagasse
           should not be used for feed or  forage.   Do not use
           near ornamentals.

           Preemergence broadcast application.  Use limited to
           Florida.  Apply in the fall shortly after planting,
           but before weeds emerge.   Good  soil moisture after
           application will enhance weed control.   Bagasse
           should not be used for feed or  forage.   Do not use
           near ornamentals.

           Postemergence band application.  Use limited to Loui-
           siana.  Apply in the spring after shaving and off-
           barring to fall-planted,  weed-free rows.  Apply prior
           to weed emergence after all danger of freezing is past
           on a band 24-30 in. wide over rows spaced 6 feet
           apart.  Bagasse should not be used for feed or forage.
           Do not use near ornamentals.
           N.F.

           Refer to weeds listed for specific dosages.   To con-
           trol annual weeds, treat in early spring before weed
           growth begins.  Treat seedling weeds just before rains
           cause weeds to germinate.  Treat perennial weeds prior
           to the rainy season (early spring or fall).   Treat an
           extra 10 feet around patches of deep rooted perennials.
           Thoroughly wet weed foliage and soil around weeds.  If
           practical, disk the chemical into the soil after appli-
           cation.  Do not apply to frozen ground.   Do not use
           where spray may drift to any crops or ornamentals.  Do
           not contaminate water used for irrigation or domestic
           purposes.
Issued:  10-20-75
                          1-1-27.2

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Sites and Dosage
  (Ibs. act./A.)

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

Railroad,
Roadway
COMMERCIAL AND
INDUSTRIAL PREMISES

fencerows and
other industrial
sites
    EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

2,3,6-TRICHLOROPHENYLACETIC ACID (SODIUM SALT)

          Tolerance,  Use and Limitations
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS,
MEDICAL FACILITIES,
SCHOOLS

fencerows, etc.
AQUATIC AREAS

lakes, drainage
ditches, ponds,
reservoirs

  15.0-19.5
(in 50-100 gal.
water)
          N.F.
                         Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES  (same information)
          N.F.
          Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
          N.F.
                         Refer to AGRICULTURAL PREMISES (same information)
          N.F.
          Drawdown or drain water to expose the area to be
          treated.   Apply to the exposed bottom and keep water
          down for at least 3 weeks  after treatment.   Use the
          higher rate in areas of dense weed growth.   In west-
          ern and southern lakes and ditches not subject to
          freezing, apply before winter rains.   In ditches and
          lake bottoms where soil can freeze for long periods
          of time,  apply in fall before freeze-up.   Do not use
          treated water for irrigation or domestic purposes
          or for livestock drinking.
Issued:  10-20-75
                  I-T-27.3

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                       EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
                        2,^5-TRICHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC esters; amine salts

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
               LIMITATIONS
 Pastures:
  Grasses
 Rangeland
  clearance
 Extended
 Extended
l"b. actual/A.

      3
Apply when weeds are in full leaf and
after grass is well established.  Do
not graze dairy animals on treated areas
within 6 weeks after application.  Do
not graze meat animals on treated areas
within 2 weeks of slaughter.

Apply in spring by airplane when brush-
is in heavy foliage stage (kO-90 days
after leaves unfold).  Do not graze
dairy animals on treated areas within
6 weeks after application.  Do not graze
meat animals on treated areas within
2 weeks of slaughter.
  Issued:
                    I-T-28

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                                        TRIFLURALIN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC; G




TYPE PESTICIDE:   Herbicide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa



Almonds







Apricots







Beans (dry)
Beans (snap)
Broccoli



Brussels sprouts




0.05
(fresh)
0.2
(hay)
0.05







0.05







0.05
0.05
0.05



0.05



Ibs. actual/A.
1



1
2


2



1
2


2



1
0.75
0.75


1
0.75


1

Apply to established crop and incorporate.



Preplant soil incorporation.
Directed spray, soil incorporation to
bearing and nonbearing trees .
-or-
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep. Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Directed spray, soil incorporation to
bearing and nonbearing trees.
-or-
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep. Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation for direct
seeded crop .
-or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation for direct
seeded crop.
-or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation.
 *a,a,a-trifluoro-2,6-dinitro-N,N-dipropyl-p-toluidine



Issued:  5-15-72                        I-T-48.1

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                                     TRIFLURALIN
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                               LIMITATIONS
 Cabbage




 Cantaloupes



 Carrots




 Castor beans

 Cauliflower




 Celery



 Cherries
  Citrus:
   Grapefruit
   Lemons
   Oranges
   Tangelos
   Tangerines
                    0.05
   0.05
(with or
 without
   tops)

   0.05

   0.05
   0.05
   0.05
                     0.05
Ibs.  actual/A.

     0.75


     1

     1
     1

     0.75


     1

     1

     1

     I

     2
Preplant soil incorporation for direct
seeded crop.
                 -or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation.

Postemergence soil incorporation as
directed spray when crop is in the
three- to four-leaf stage.

Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation for direct
seeded crop.
                 -or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.
                 -or-
Pretransplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Directed spray,  soil incorporation  to
bearing and nonbearing  trees.
                 -or-
Use  restricted  to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6  inches
deep.  Apply in spring  to  established
orchard with special blade.

Apply  as directed spray with  soil
incorporation.   Repeat  treatment once  in
4-6  months.  (Limit  to  2 treatments per
year.)
                  -or-
Use  restricted  to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6  inches
deep.   Apply in spring  to established
 grove  with special blade.
Issued:   5-15-72
                        I-T-48.2

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                                  TRIFLURALIN
	 - 	 — i
ust TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)


Collards
Cotton

















Cucumbers



Garlic

Grapes














0.05
0.05
(cotton-
seed)















0.05



0.05

0.05












Lbs. actual/A.

0.75
1.25



I

2





Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation in tall j
prior to spring planting.

or
Preplant soil incorporation
or
Preplant soil incorporate In fall
(Oct. 15 to Dec. 31) or preplant in
spring (for Johnson grass control).
Repeat next year. Only crops accepted
\ for pre.pl.ant treatment may be planted


1

1






1

I


2





2



second year.
or
Preemergence soil incorporation.
or
Postemergence soil Incorporation as
directed spray. Apply between emergence
and 90 days before harvest.
Postemergence soil incorporation as
directed spray when crop is in three-to
four leaf stage.
1
Use restricted to Western States.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Use restricted to Western States.
Preplant soil incorporation on new
plantings .
Use restricted to Western States.
Use on established crop. Apply as
directed spray to soil and incorporate.
Do not apply within 60 days before
harvest .
or
Use restricted to Calfiornia.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep. Apply in spring to established
vineyard with special blade.
Issued: 5-12-72
                                           I-T-48.3

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                      EPA Compendium of  Registered Pesticides
                                  TRIFLUPALIN
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (pptn)
                                DOSAGE
                                LIMITATIONS
  Guar

  Hops



  Kale

  Lentils

  Lima  beans

  Mint:
    Peppermint
    Spearmint


  Mung  beans
    0.05

    0.05



    0.05

    0.05

    0.05

    0.05
    (hay)
    2.0
    (oil)

    0.05

    2
 (sprouts)
Ibs. actual/A.

     1

     0.75



     0.75

     0.75

     0.75

     0.75




     1

     31 ppm
Preplant soil incorporation.

Use restricted to Western States.  Apply
to soil and incorporate while crop is
dormant.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Use restricted to Oregon, Washington and
Idaho.  Dormant.  Soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.
                                              Pregermination soak.
                                              hours.
                      Soak beans 5-8
Issued:  5-15-72
             I-T-48.4

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                                   TRIFLURALIN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Mustard Greens
Okra
Peaches







Peanuts
(spanish)


Peas (dry)
Peas
(english)
Pecans








0.05
0.05
0.05







0.05



0.05
0.05

0.05







Ibs. actual/A.
0.75
1
1
2


2



0.5


0.5
0.75
0.75

1
2


2




Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Directed spray, soil incoropration to
bearing and nonbearing trees.
or
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep. Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.
Use restricted to Texas and Oklahoma.
Preplant soil incorporation.
or
Preemergence soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.
Directed spray, soil incorporation to
bearing and nonbearing trees.
or
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep. Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.
Issued: 5-15-72
I-T-48.5

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                          EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                                      TRIFLURALIN
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
 Peppers

 Plums
 Potatoes
 Prunes
 Safflower


 Southern peas

 Soybeans
   0.05

   0.05
   0.05
   0.05
   0.05
  (seed)

   0.05

   0.05
Ibs. actual/A.

    1

    1

    2
    1.5


    1

    1.25


    1

    2
Pretransplant soil Incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Directed spray, soil incorporation to
bearing and nonbearing trees.
                -or-
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep.  Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.

Preemergence soil incorporation up to
and just after dragoff.

Preplant soil incorporation.

Directed spray, soil incorporation to
bearing and nonbearing trees.
                -or-
Use restricted to California.
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches
deep.  Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade.

Preplant soil incorporation.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation in fall
prior to spring planting.
                -or-
Preplant soil incorporation in spring.
                -or-
For Johnsongrass control.  Preplant soil
incorporation October 15 to December 31
or in spring 0 to 10 weeks before
planting or a split application in fall
and spring before planting soybeans.
Repeat the next year.  Only crops
accepted for preplant treatment may be
planted after the second year.
Issued:  5-15-72
             I-T- 48.6

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                                      TRIFLURALIN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)


Sugar beets




Sugarcane











Sunflower
Tomatoes
1
S


Turnip greens

Walnuts











0.05




0.05











0.05
0.05




0.05
(tops)
0.05








Ibs. actual /A.

0.75




2


2
4



2



1
1

1


0.75

1
2


2




i


Postemergence soil incorporation.
Overall treatment when crop is 2-6 inches
tall. Cover exposed beet roots with
soil prior to treatment to reduce root
girdling.
Preemergence. Soil incorporation to
plant cane in fall.
-and-
Emergence. Soil incorporation in spring.
Use limited to Hawaii. Postplant surface
application to plant cane or after harvest
of ratoon cane before crop or weeds
emerge .
Use limited to Louisiana and Texas.
Plant or ratoon cane. Soil incorporation '
in Spring from before or shortly after
the cane emerges up to layby.
Preplant soil incorporation.
Pretransplant soil incorporation.
-or-
Postemergence soil incorporation in
direct seeded crop at time of blocking.
Hrect spray to soil between rows.
Preplant soil incorporation.

Preplant soil incorporation.
Directed spray, soil incorporation to \
bearing and nonbearing trees. <
-or- !
Use limited to California. j
Subsurface soil application 4-6 inches 1
deep. Apply in spring to established
orchard with special blade. ;


**
   Issued:  6-30-75
I-T-48.7
Replaces page issued 12-20-74

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                                   TRIFLURALIN
       I'SE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
             LIMITATIONS
  Watermelons
  Wheat:
   Winter
   0.05
   0.05
  (grain
    and
  straw)
                             Ibs. actual/A.

                                  1
Postemergence directed spray  and  soil
incorporation when in 3-  to 4-leaf stage.

Use limited to Washington, Oregon,
Idaho and Montana.  Preplant  soil
incorporation.
Issued: 6-30-75
                   I-T-48.8
                                  U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1975—210-810:44

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                  EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              2,3,5-TRIIODOBENZOIC ACID (DIMETHYLAMINE SALT)*

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Plant Regulator                  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L

GENERAL INFORMATION:  A growth regulator to widen branch angles and promote
                      production of non-bearing apple trees; to aid in an-
                      nual production in biennial bearing apple trees; and
                      to reduce plant height, alter the shape and increase
                      the yield in soybeans.

PHYTOTOXICITY TO CROPS:  In orchards where "bitter pit" is known to occur, or
                         under orchard conditions which tend to produce
                         "bitter pit," such as a light fruit crop, over-
                         thinning, heavy pruning, excessive tree vigor, high
                         nitrogen and low calcium, high temperatures and low
                         soil moisture, use of this chemical will increase
                         the severity of the "bitter pit" problem in apples.

MODE OF ACTION:  Acts as an "anti-auxin."
*TIBA

Issued:  10-20-75                  I-T-49.1

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              2,3,5-TRIIODOBENZOIC ACID (DIMETHYLAMINE SALT)
Crops and Dosage
 (Ib. act.)

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

APPLES
(bearing trees)

0.104 (in 500 gal.
water)
(25 ppm.)
APPLES
(nonbearing trees)

0.104-0.208
(in 500 gal.
water)
(25-50 ppm.)

U.208 (in 500 gal.
water)
(50 ppm.)
SOYBEANS

0.029-0.039/A.
(in 10-20 gal.
water)
 -or-
(in at least 3 gal.
water if aerially
applied)
Tolerance, Use and Limitations
0.05 ppm.
To induce annual fruit bud formation in biennial
bearing varieties.  Apply 4-5 weeks after full
bloom in years of heavy fruit set.  Apply uniform-
ly, but do not spray to the point of wetting the
stems.  Do not double-spray trees when using speed
sprayers.  Do not harvest immature apples or graze
treated areas.
N.F.
Induce fruit bud formation.  Apply 4-5 weeks after
leaves appear.  Do not graze treated areas.
Induce wider branch angle.  Apply after early spring
foliage appears.  Spray to run-off.  Delay spraying
of low vigor trees until the second year after plant-
ing.  Do not graze treated areas.

0.16 ppm.

To increase soybean yields through altered plant
shape and leaf orientation.  Broadcast.  Use on
northern (indeterminate) soybeans.  Apply to
vigorously growing soybeans in fertile fields.
Soybeans should be planted in narrow rows (32 in.
or less), with high plant populations. Full-season
locally adapted varieties should be selected (see
label).  Make application within 10 days after the
first plants in a field begin to bloom.  This is
usually when plants are about 12 in. tall, and 5-6
trifoliate leaves are fully developed.  Applications
made prior to flowering may result in decreased yields.
Do not apply to soybeans under stress from post-
emergence herbicides, or those grown for forage.  Do
not apply more than once to any one crop.
Issued:  10-20-75
        I-T-49.2

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              2,3,5-TRIIODOBENZOIC ACID (DIMETHYLAMINE SALT)

Crops and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
 (Ibs. act./A.)

SOYBEANS (Cont'd.)

0.034                    To increase soybean yields through altered plant
(in 10-20 gal. water)    shape and leaf orientation.  Broadcast.  Use on
water)                   southern  (determinate) soybeans.  Apply to vigor-
 -or-                    ously growing soybeans in fertile fields.  Make
(in at least 3 gal.      application any time after the third trifoliate
water if aerially        leaf is developed, but before the sixth trifoliate
applied)                 leaf is fully expanded.  Do not apply to soybeans
                         under stress from postemergence herbicides, or
                         those grown for forage.  Do not apply more than
                         once to any one crop.
Issued:  10-20-75                 I-T-49.3

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                        EPA  Compendium  of  Registered  Pesticides

                                         XYLENE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:    Tech

TYPE PESTICIDE:    Herbicide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                  DOSAGE
                             LIMITATIONS
   Agricultural
     Premises:

     Canal  and
     Pond bottoms
     Water
       (irrigation^
 Extended
 Exempt
100 gal./A.
10 gal./cu.ft./
sec. for
30-40 minutes
(740 ppm or
 2,015 Ibs./A.
 ft.)
Drain water off site.  When bottom is
dry apply full coverage spray.  Do not
refill site for 5 days after application.

Inject into water.  Retreat downstream
at 1/2 dose as needed.  Treated water
may be used for furrow or flood
irrigation.
                                              Note:   Tolerance exemption applies only
                                                     with the following conditions:

                                                     1.  When applied by Bureau of
                                                         Reclamation, U.S. Department of
                                                         Interior, and
                                                     2.  When it is applied as an
                                                         emulsion at an initial con-
                                                         centration less than 750 ppm,
                                                         and
                                                     3.  It is not applied where it may
                                                         potentially contaminate raw
                                                         water used as a source for
                                                         potable water or where return
                                                         flows of such treated irriga-
                                                         tion water into rivers and
                                                         streams would contain residues
                                                         greater than 10 ppm.
                                                                                       ,J
Issued:  12-20-74                      I-X-1

   U.S GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 1975- 582420 234

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                      XYLENE RANGE AROMATIC SOLVENTS


TYPE PESTICIDE:  Herbicide; Algaecide             PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

GENERAL INFORMATION:  For aquatic weed and algae control in canals and
                      ditches.  Toxic to fish and other aquatic organisms.
                      Do not use where water from treated areas will con-
                      taminate fish-bearing waters.  Do not flood irrigate
                      seedling crop plants with treated water.

TIME REQUIRED FOR CONTROL:  (Not located).

PHYTOTOXICITY TO TARGET WEEDS:  (Not located).

MODE OF ACTION:  (Not located).

AQUATIC WEEDS CONTROLLED:

   American pondweed     elodea               Richardson pondweed
   coontail              horned pondweed      sago pondweed
   curlyleaf pondweed    leafy pondweed       waterstargrass

ALGAE CONTROLLED:

   Unspecified filamentous algae
Issued:  10-20-75                  I-X-2.1

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                      XYLENE RANGE AROMATIC SOLVENTS

Sites and Dosage         Tolerance, Use and Limitations
(in ppmv concentrations)

AQUATIC AREAS

Canals and Ditches       NF

365 ppmv for 1 hour      Apply before weed growth becomes matted at the
or 729 ppmv for 30       surface or causes channeling of the water flow.
minutes (equivalent      Mix product in a turbulent flow of water, or
to 9.85 gal. act./cu.    (recommended) inject the product under pressure
ft./second of water      into the turbulence.  Refer to specific product
flow applied over a      label.
30-60 minute period).

                         NOTE:  Also formulated with S-propyl butylethyl-
                         thiocarbamate and 0-ethyl S-phenyl ethylphosphono-
                         dithiolate for certain terrestrial herbicidal and
                         insecticidal control, respectively, in tobacco.
                         Refer to these chemicals for specific use patterns
                         and pests controlled.
Issued:  10-20-75                 I-X-2.2

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