Alligare 2 , 4 - D Amine Herbicide

Alligare 2 , 4 - D Amine Herbicide

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Product Overview

Alligare 2,4-D Amine Herbicide is specially formulated for effective brush and weed control in corn, small grains, soybeans, rangelands, pastures, lawns, ornamentals, rights-of-way, some crops, and aquatic sites. It features a water-dilutable amine that is designed for use on weeds and crops where a susceptible crop in the area may be injured by other formulation. It controls broadleaf weeds and some 2,4-D susceptible woody plants without causing injury to most established grasses. This selective herbicide is effective against a wide range of annual, perennial, and biennial weeds such as alder, bindweed, galinsoga, purslane, ragweed, goldenrod, arrowhead, ground ivy, Russian thistle, sagebrush, healall, henbit, shepherdspurse, and more. Available in a 1 gallon jug.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: Dimethylamine Salt of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid - 47.2%
Target pests: Alder, Galinsoga, Purslane, Alligator weed, Goatsbeard, Ragweed, American lotus, Goldenrod, Red clover, Arrowhead, Goosefoot, Rush, Artichoke, Ground ivy, Russian thistle, Sagebrush, Austrian fieldcress, Healall, Henbit, Shepherdspurse, Bindweed, etc.
For use in: Corn, sorghum, soybeans, small grains, rice, sugarcane, fallow land, grasses, stone fruits and nut orchards, pastures, rangelands, noncrop areas such as lawns and ornamental turf, drainage ditchbanks, fence rows, rights-of-way, and aquatic sites.
Application: Use 2 to 3.16 pints of product per acre per application for control of annual broadleaf weeds. Use 3.16 pints of product (1.5 lbs ae) per acre per application for control of biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds.
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label.
Formulation: Water-dilutable amine.
NOT FOR SALE TO: AZ, HI
Dimensions: 6.5 x 3 x 11.5 in.
Special Features: Provides control of numerous broadleaf weeds and certain 2,4-D susceptible woody plants without injury to most established grasses.
Shipping Weight: 10.28 lbs
Manufacturer: Alligare LLC (Mfg. Number: 26833)
UPC: 192702268335
EPA Registration: 81927-38

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

WEEDS CONTROLLED:

Alder, Galinsoga, Purslane, Alligator weed, Goatsbeard, Ragweed, American lotus, Goldenrod, Red clover, Arrowhead, Goosefoot, Rush, Artichoke Ground ivy Russian thistle, Aster, Gumweed Sagebrush, Austrian fieldcress, Healall, St. Johnswort, Beggartick, Hemp, Salsify, Biden, Henbit, Shepherdspurse, Bindweed, Hoary cress, Sicklepod, Bittercress, Honeysuckle, Smartweed, Bitterweed, Horsetail, Sneezeweed, Bitter wintercress, Indigo, Southern wild rose, Blackeyed Susan, Indiana mallow, Sowthistle, Blessed thistle, Ironweed, Spanishneedle, Blue lettuce, Jerusalem artichoke, Spatterdock, Box elder, Jewelweed, Speedwell, Broomweed, Jimsonweed, Stinging nettle, Buckhorn, Kochia, Stinkweed, Bullnettle, Knotweed, Sumac, Bull thistle, Lambsquarter, Sunflower, Bulrush, Locoweed, Sweet clover, Burdock, Lupine, Tanweed, Bur ragweed, Mallow, Tarweed, Buttercup, Many flowered aster, Thistle, Canada thistle, Marijuana, Toadflax, Carolina geranium, Marshelder, Tumbleweed, Carpetweed, Mexican weed, Velvet leaf, Catnip, Morningglory, Vervain, Chickweed, Mousetail, Vetch, Chicory, Muskthistle, Virginia copperleaf, Cinquefoil, Mustard Virginia creeper, Cockle, Nettle, Water hyacinth, Cocklebur, Nutgrass. Water lily. Coffee bean. Orange hawkweed. Water plantain. Coffeeweed. Parrot feather. Water primrose. Common sowthistle. Parsnip. Water shield. Creeping Jenny. Pennycress. Wild carrot. Croton. Pennywort. Wild garlic. Curly indigo. Pepperweed. Wild lettuce. Dandelion. Pigweed. Wild onion. Devil’s claw. Plantain. Wild parsnip. Dock. Poison hemlock. Wild radish. Dogbane. Poison ivy. Wild rape. Duckweed. Pokeweed. Wild strawberry. Elderberry. Poorjoe. Wild sweet potato. Flea bane (daisy). Povertyweed. Willow. Flixweed. Prickly lettuce. Witchweed. Florida pusley, Primrose, Wormseed, Frenchweed, Puncture vine, Yellow rocket.

SELECTIVE WEEDING IN CROPS

USE IN LIQUID NITROGEN SOLUTIONS:

For late season application in corn, pastures, or small grains in one operation for control of Smartweed, Cocklebur, Annual morningglory and other annual broadleaf weeds less than 1 inch high. Field should be as clean as possible and corn 20 to 30 inches tall. Apply 1 pint with 80 to 120 lbs. nitrogen per acre; the spray must be prepared by first adding the required amount of liquid nitrogen solution to spray tank. Next, dilute 1 pint of this product with 2 quarts clean water for each acre to be treated with one tank-full. Start the tank agitator and slowly add the diluted 2,4-D solution. Spray immediately, maintaining continuous agitation until spray tank is empty. Direct the spray to lower 3 to 4 inches of corn stalk. Use spray equipment designated to handle corrosive liquid nitrogen solutions. After spraying, remove any remaining solution and rinse rig thoroughly with water. Mix only one tank at a time. Do not spray during or immediately following cold, near freezing weather.

CORN (Field, Sweet and Popcorn)

  • Pre-plant - 1 to 2 pints
  • Pre-emergent - Average Conditions - 2 pints
  • Emergent - 1 pint
  • Post-emergent - Average Conditions - 1/2 to 1-pint Dry Conditions*- 1/2 to 1-pint
  • Pre-harvest - 1 to 2 pints *For Western States- Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming

Add with specified amounts of water to make per acre applications. Use lower rates of product for easily-killed weeds, on inbreds, and when corn is growing rapidly. Do not cultivate for about 2 weeks after treatment while corn is brittle.

Pre-plant: Apply in 15 to 30 gallons of water per acre to control emerged broadleaf weed seedlings or existing cover crops prior to planting corn. Apply 7 to 14 days before planting. Do not use on light, sandy soil or where soil moisture is inadequate for normal weed growth. Use high rate for control of less susceptible weeds or cover crops, such as alfalfa.

Pre-emergent: (For annual grasses and broadleaf weeds) - Apply in 15 to 30 gallons of water per acre. Apply product to emerged weeds from 3 to 5 days after planting, but before corn emerges. Do not use on very light, sandy soils. Use the higher rates on heavy soils. Plant corn as deep as practical. Product will not control weeds which have not emerged.

Emergent - Apply in 5 to 30 gallons of water per acre ground application, 1 to 5 gallons of water by air, just as corn plants are breaking ground.

Post-emergent - (For broadleaf weeds) - Apply 1/2 to 1 pint in 8 to 15 gallons of water per acre. Use low rates on inbreds. Best results are usually obtained when weeds have germinated and corn is 4 to 18 inches tall. As soon as corn is over 8 inches tall, or beyond the 5-leaf stage, use drop nozzles to keep spray off corn foliage as much as possible; direct spray over tops of weeds but not over the corn. Corn is susceptible to injury shortly after emergence and after unfolding of leaves. Do not spray during this period nor after first tassels appear to dough stage. If corn is growing rapidly and temperature and soil moisture is high, use ½ pint per acre to reduce possibility of crop damage. Delay cultivation for 8 to 10 days to prevent stalk breakage due to temporary brittleness caused by 2,4-D. Application rates of up to 1 pint per acre may be used to control some hard-to-control weeds. Do not use higher rates unless possible crop injury will be acceptable. After application, delay cultivation for 8 to 10 days to allow the corn to overcome any temporary brittleness. However, the possibility of injury to the corn is increased. Do not use with Atrazine, oil or other adjuvants, unless approved by seed company. Since the tolerance to 2,4-D of individual hybrids varies, consult your seed supplier, local Extension Service, Agricultural Experiment Station, or University weed specialist for information.

Pre-harvest: After the hard dough or denting stage, apply 1 to 2 pints in 1 to 5 gallons of water per acre by air or 5 to 30 gallons of water by ground equipment to suppress perennial weeds, decrease weed seed production, and control tall weeds such as Bindweed, Cocklebur, Dogbane, Jimsonweed, Ragweed, Sunflower, Velvetleaf and vines that interfere with harvesting. The high rate will be needed for tough weeds under stress.

USE RESTRICTIONS FOR FIELD AND POPCORN

Do not use treated crop as fodder for 7 days following application. The preharvest interval (PHI) is 7 days. Maximum of 6 pints of product (3.0 lbs ae) per acre per crop cycle.

Preplant or pre-emergence: Limited to one preplant or pre-emergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 2 pints of product (1.0 lb ae) per acre per application.

Post-emergence: Limited to one post-emergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 1 pint of product (0.5 lb ae) per acre per application.

Preharvest: Limited to one preharvest application per crop cycle. Maximum of 3.16 pints of product (1.5 lbs ae) per acre per application.

USE RESTRICTIONS FOR SWEET CORN:

Do not use treated crop as fodder for 7 days following application. The preharvest interval (PHI) is 45 days. Minimum of 21 days between applications. Maximum of 3.16 pints of product (1.5 lbs ae) per acre per crop cycle.

Preplant or pre-emergence: Limited to one preplant or pre-emergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 2.1 pints of product (1.0 lb ae) per acre per application.

Post-emergence: Limited to one post-emergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 1 pint of product (0.5 lb ae) per acre per application.

SORGHUM (Milo)

For post-emergent control in average conditions, use 2/3 to 1 pint when sorghum is 5 to 8 inches tall. Use 1 pint when sorghum is 5 to 15 inches tall with suggested volume of 5 gallons of water by air or 6 to 20 gallons with ground equipment to make per acre applications. For dry conditions (Western States), use ½ to 1 pint. Apply to sorghum when crop is 5 to 15 inches high to top of canopy with secondary roots well established. If sorghum is taller than 8 inches, use drop nozzles to keep the spray off the foliage as much as possible. Rates of up to 1 pint per acre may be used to control some hard-to-control weeds. However, the chance of crop injury is increased with higher rates. Do not use with oil. Because temporary injury may occur if conditions of high temperature and high soil moisture exist, use lower rate. If it is necessary to apply this product under these conditions, use no more than 2/3 pint per acre. Varieties vary in tolerance to 2,4-D and some hybrids are quite sensitive. Spray only varieties known to be tolerant to 2,4-D. Contact seed company or your Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service weed specialist for this information.

USE RESTRICTIONS FOR SORGHUM:

The preharvest interval (PHI) is 30 days. Do not permit meat or dairy animals to consume treated crop as fodder or forage for 30 days following application.

Post-emergence (acid, salts, and amines): Limited to 1 application per crop cycle. Maximum of 2.1 pints of product (1.0 lb ae) per acre per application.

Restrictions: Corn and Sorghum Hybrids vary in tolerance to 2,4-D. Some are easily injured. Spray only varieties known to be tolerant to 2,4-D. Consult the seed company or your Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service Weed Specialist for this information.

ORNAMENTAL TURF AREAS

Lawns (Residential, Industrial and Institutional), Parks, Cemeteries, Athletic Fields and Golf Courses (Excluding Grasses Grown for Seed or Sod Farms).

Use 2 to 3.16 pints of product (1.0-1.5 lbs ae) per acre per application for control of annual broadleaf weeds. Use 3.16 pints of product (1.5 lbs ae) per acre per application for control of biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds. Treat when weeds are young and actively growing. Perennial weeds should be near the bud stage, but not flowering at application. Use sufficient gallonage for thorough and uniform coverage.

SPOT TREATMENT IN ORNAMENTAL TURF AREAS (Parks, Cemeteries, Athletic Fields and Golf Courses, Turfgrass (excluding sod farms).

To control broadleaf weeds in small areas with a hand sprayer, use 1/4 pint of this product in 3 gallons of water and spray to thoroughly wet all foliage. Do not exceed 4 pints of this product (2.0 lbs ae) per acre.

USE RESTRICTIONS FOR ORNAMENTAL TURF AREAS (Golf courses, cemeteries, parks, sports fields, turfgrass, lawns and other grass areas):

Post-emergence:

  • Do not use on susceptible southern grasses such as St. Augustine.
  • Do not apply to newly seeded areas until grass is well established. Bentgrass, clover, legumes and dichondra may be injured by this treatment.
  • Limited to 2 applications per year.
  • Maximum of 3.16 pints of product (1.5 lbs ae) per acre per application.
  • The maximum seasonal rate is 6.25 pints of product (3.0 lbs ae) per acre, excluding spot treatments.

SEE LABEL FOR COMPLETE INSTRUCTIONS.

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS:

This pesticide may be toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates and may adversely affect nontarget plants. Do not apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present, or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark except as noted on appropriate labels. Drift and runoff may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in water adjacent to treated areas. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment wash water or rinsate.

This chemical has properties and characteristics associated with chemicals detected in groundwater. The use of this chemical in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in groundwater contamination. Application around a cistern or well may result in contamination of drinking water or groundwater.

For Aquatic Uses: Fish breathe dissolved oxygen in the water and decaying weeds also use oxygen. When treating continuous, dense weed masses, it may be appropriate to treat only part of the infestation at a time. For example, apply the product in lanes separated by untreated strips that can be treated after vegetation in treated lanes has disintegrated. During the growing season, weeds decompose in a 2 to 3 week period following treatment. Begin treatment along the shore and proceed outwards in bands to allow fish to move into untreated areas. Waters having limited and less dense weed infestations may not require partial treatments.

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