Alligare 2 , 4 - D LV6 Herbicide

Alligare 2 , 4 - D LV6 Herbicide

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Product Overview

Alligare 2,4-D LV6 Herbicide is specially formulated for effective brush and weed control in corn, small grains, soybeans, lawns, fencerows, rangelands, pastures, lawns, ornamentals, and rights-of-way. It features a low-volatile ester formulation that is designed for use on weeds and crops where a susceptible crop in the area may be injured by other formulation. This post-emergent herbicide controls broadleaf weeds and some 2,4-D susceptible woody plants without causing injury to most established grasses. It is effective against a wide range of annual, perennial, and biennial weeds such as bindweed, curly dock, smartweeds, tansy ragwort, thistle, wild garlic, wild onion, ragweed, goldenrod, ground ivy, and more. Available in a 2.5 gallon jug.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient: 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid, 2-Ethylhexyl Ester - 88.4%
For use in: Corn, small grains, soybeans (preplant) and other listed crops and in non-crop areas such as fencerows, lawns, pastures, rangelands, and rights-of-way.
Application: For grass seed crops, apply 2/3 to 2-2/3 pints of product in up to 30 gallons of water per acre by air or ground equipment in spring or fall to control broadleaf weeds in grass being grown for seed.
Pet safe: Yes, if used as directed on label.
Formulation: Liquid.
NOT FOR SALE TO: AK, AZ, CA, HI.
Dimensions: 9.35 x 14.55 x 6.85 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: 23.00 lbs
Manufacturer: Alligare LLC (Mfg. Number: 26846)
EPA Registration: 81927-39

Details

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

WEEDS CONTROLLED:

This product will kill or control the following weeds in addition to many other noxious plants susceptible to 2,4-D:

Alder, Alfalfa, Artichoke, Aster, Austrian fieldcress, Beggartick, Biden, Bindweed, Bitterweed, Bitter wintercress, Blackeyed Susan, Blessed thistle, Blue lettuce, Box elder, Broomweed, Buckbrush, Buckhorn, Bull thistle, Bur ragweed, Burdock, Burhead, Buttercup, Canada thistle, Carpetweed, Catnip, Chamise, Cherokee rose, Chickweed, Chicory, Cinquefoil, Coastal redstem sage, Cockle, Cocklebur, Coffeebean, Coffeeweed, Common sowthistle, Cornflower, Coyotebrush, Creeping Jenny, Croton, Curly, Indigo, Dandelion, Devil’s claw, Dock, Dogbane, Dogfennel, Elderberry, Fanweed, Fiddle neck, Flea bane (Daisy), Flixweed, Florida pusley, Frenchweed, Galinsoga, Goatsbeard, Goldenrod, Goosefoot, Ground ivy, Gumweed, Halogeton, Hawkweed, Healall, Hemp, Henbit, Hoary cress, Honeysuckle, Horsetail, Indiana mallow, Indigo, Ironweed, Jerusalem artichoke, Jewelweed, Jimsonweed, Klamathweed, Knotweed, Kochia, Lambsquarter, Locoweed, Lupine, Mallow, Manzanita, Marijuana, Many flowered aster, Marshelder, Mexican weed, Milkvetch, Morningglory, Musk thistle, Mustard, Nettle, Nutgrass, Orange hawkweed, Parsnip, Pennycress, Pennywort, Peppergrass, Pepperweed, Pigweed, Plantain, Poison hemlock, Poison ivy, Pokeweed, Poorjoe, Povertyweed, Prickly lettuce, Primrose, Puncture vine, Purslane, Rabbitbrush, Ragweed, Redstem, Russian thistle, Sagebrush, Salsify, Sand shinnery oak, Shepardspurse, Sicklepod, Smartweed, Sneezeweed, Southern wild rose, Sowthistle, Spanishneedle, St. Johnswort, Starthistle, Stinging nettle, Stinkweed, Sumac, Sunflower, Sweet clover, Tansymustard, Tansy ragwort, Tanweed, Tarweed, Texas blueweed, Thistles, Toadflax, Tumbleweed, Velvetleaf, Vervain, Vetch, Virginia creeper, Wild buckwheat, Wild carrot, Wild garlic, Wild lettuce, Wild onion, Wild parsnip, Wild radish, Wild rape, Wild strawberry, Wild sweet potato, Willow, Witchweed, Wormseed, Wormwood, Yellow rocket, Yellow starthistle, and other broadleaf weeds which may be listed elsewhere on this label.

SELECTIVE WEEDING IN CROPS:

USE IN LIQUID NITROGEN FERTILIZER:

This product may be combined with liquid nitrogen fertilizer suitable for foliage application on corn, grass, pastures, or small grains in one operation. Use product according to directions on this label for those crops. Use liquid nitrogen fertilizer at rates recommended by supplier or Extension Service Specialist. Mix the product and fertilizer according to the following instructions: Fill the spray tank approximately half full with the liquid nitrogen fertilizer. Add the product while agitating the tank. Add the remainder of the fertilizer while continuing to agitate. Apply immediately, maintaining agitation during application until tank is empty. Do not apply during cold (near freezing) weather. Spray mixture must be used immediately and may not be stored. Do not allow mixture to stand overnight.

NOTE: If good, continuous agitation is not maintained, separation of the spray mixture and/or clogging of the nozzles is likely to occur. Fertilizers can increase foliage contact burn of herbicides. Reducing the fertilizer rate and concentration will reduce the hazard of leaf burn.

CORN (Field, Sweet and Popcorn):

  • Pre-plant - 2/3 to 1-1/2 pints
  • Pre-emergent - 1/2 pint
  • Emergent - 3/4 pint
  • Post-emergent - Average Conditions - 1/3 pint Dry Conditions* - 1/3 to 1/2 pint
  • Pre-harvest (Field and Popcorn only) - 2/3 to 1-1/2 pints

*For Western States- Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming.

Use 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: 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: 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 10 to 30 gallons of water per acre just as corn plants are breaking ground.

Post-emergent: Best results are usually obtained when weeds are small and corn is 4 to 18 inches tall. As soon as corn is over 8 inches tall, use drop nozzles to keep spray off corn foliage as much as possible; direct spray over tops of weeds but not over the corn. Do not apply from tasseling to dough stage. If corn is growing rapidly and temperature and soil
moisture is high, use 1/3 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 2/3 pint per acre may be used to control some hard-to-control weeds. However, the possibility of injury to the corn is increased.

Do not use with atrazine, oil or other adjuvants. 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 (Field and Popcorn only): After the hard dough or denting stage, apply 2/3 to 1-1/2 pints in 20 to 50 gallons of water per acre by air or 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 Precautions for Corn, field and pop:

Do not use treated crop as fodder for 7 days following application.

The preharvest interval (PHI) is 7 days.

Maximum of 4.25 pints of product/acre per crop cycle.

Preplant or preemergence: Limited to one preplant or preemergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 1.45 pints of product/acre per application.

Postemergence: Limited to one postemergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 3/4 pint of product/acre per application.

Preharvest: Preharvest applications are permitted on field and popcorn only. Limited to one preharvest application per crop cycle. Maximum of 2 pints of product/acre per application.

Use Precautions 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 2 pints of product/acre per crop cycle.

Preplant or preemergence: Limited to one preplant or preemergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 1.45 pints of product/acre per application.

Postemergence: Limited to one postemergence application per crop cycle. Maximum of 3/4 pint of product/acre per application.

GRASS SEED CROPS: Apply 2/3 to 2-2/3 pints of product in up to 30 gallons of water per acre by air or ground equipment in spring or fall to control broadleaf weeds in grass being grown for seed. Do not apply from early boot to the milk stage. Spray seedling grass only after the five leaf stage, using 1/2 to 2/3 pint per acre to control small seedling weeds. After the grass is well established, higher rates of up to 2-2/3 pints can be used to control hard to-kill annual or perennial weeds. For best results, do not use on bentgrass unless grass injury can be tolerated. Application to grass seed crops is limited to 2 application per year with a minimum of 21 days between applications.

NO-TILL APPLICATION: This product may be used in the broadcast method with a normal boom or with direct pipes set 12 inches apart in 36-inch rows. When using this product, apply at a rate of 9-1/2 ounces in 10 gallons of water per acre. Maintain uniform pressure and speed when applying.

GRASS CUT FOR HAY: The rates of application per acre per application per site. Use 2/3 to 2-2/3 pints of product in sufficient water to give good coverage to one acre depending on type of weeds and stage of growth. Use only on established stands of perennial grasses. Do not use on alfalfa, bentgrass, clover, or other legumes. Do not use on newly seeded areas until grass is well established. Do not use from early boot to milk stage when grass seed production is desired.

Use Precautions and Restrictions for Grass Cut for Hay:

Do not cut forage for hay within 7 days of application.
When using on Grass Cut for Hay, there is a (1) 7 day pre-grazing interval for dairy cattle; (2) 3-day pre-slaughter interval for meat animals.

ESTABLISHED PASTURES AND RANGELANDS: The rates of application per acre per application per site. Use 2/3 to 2.9 pints of product in sufficient water to give good coverage to one acre depending on type of weeds and stage of growth. Use only on established stands of perennial grasses. Do not use on alfalfa, bentgrass, clover, or other legumes. Do not use on newly seeded areas until grass is well established. Do not use from early boot to milk stage when grass seed production is desired.

Bitterweed, Broomweed, Croton, Docks, Kochia, Marshelder, Musk thistle and Other Broadleaf Weeds: Use 2-2/3 to 2.9 pints of this product in 10 to 30 gallons of water per acre. If weeds are young and growing actively, 1-1/3 pints per acre will provide control of some species. Deep-rooted perennial weeds may require repeated treatments in the same year or in subsequent years.

Weed Control in Newly Sprigged Coastal Bermudagrass: Apply 1-1/2 to 2.9 pints of this product in 20 to 100 gallons of water per acre pre-emergence and/or post-emergence.

Wild Garlic and Wild Onion Control: Apply 2-2/3 to 2.9 pints of product per acre making three applications, fall-spring-fall or spring-fall-spring, starting in the late fall or early spring.

Use Precautions for Pasture and Rangeland:

Do not cut forage for hay within 7 days of application.

Postemergence:

  • For susceptible annual and biennial broadleaf weeds: Use 1.45 pints of product/acre per application.
  • For moderately susceptible biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds: Use 1.45 to 2.9 pints of product/acre per application.
  • For difficult to control weeds and woody plants: Use 2.9 pints of product/acre per application.
  • Spot treatment: Use 2.9 pints of product/acre.
  • Maximum of two applications per year.
  • Maximum of 5.8 pints of product/acre per year.
  • Minimum of 30 days between applications.

If grass is to be cut for hay, Agricultural Use Requirements for the Worker Protection Standard are applicable.

SEE LABEL FOR COMPLETE RATES AND INSTRUCTIONS.

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS:

This pesticide is toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply directly to water, to areas where surface water is present, or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Drift and runoff may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in water adjacent to treated areas. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment wash waters 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.

Use of closed systems for mixing or transferring this pesticide will reduce the probability of spills. Placement of the mixing/loading equipment on an impervious pad to contain spills will help prevent groundwater contamination.

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