Alligare Panoramic 2SL Herbicide is a powerful formula that provides preemergence and postemergence control of annual and perennial weeds and grasses, including leafy spurge and cheat grass on noncropland sites. It works by inhibiting the activities of the enzyme acetohydroxy acid synthase (AHAS or ALS) to help eliminate nuisance weeds including broadleaf weeds and grasses in Prairiegrass. This liquid solution is quickly absorbed by the leaves, stems, and roots and translocate it throughout the plant to effectively kill weeds and suppress their growth. It is effective against crabgrass, giant foxtail, yellow foxtail, Texas panicum, barnyard grass, sandbur, field bindweed, annual ryegrass, tall fescue, wild oats, little barley, cheatgrass, Johnsongrass, nutsedge, bahiagrass, dallisgrass, Smutgrass, Vaseygrass, and more. It is rainfast in within one hour after application so it will remain effective after rainfall. It is labeled for use on rights-of-way, pumping installations, non-agricultural fence rows, storage areas, non-irrigation ditch banks, prairie sites, airports, railroad crossings, utility plant sites, and turf areas. It can also be utilized on Federal CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) land, pastures, rangeland, and paved surfaces. This product is also a great tank mix partner.
Rights-of-way, railroad crossings, utility plant sites, pumping installations, non-agricultural fence rows, storage areas, non-irrigation ditch banks, prairie sites, airports, turf areas (on industrial, golf courses, recreation, and non-residential sites.
Ground: Make a broadcast application in a minimum of 2 gal. of spray per acre using ground application equipment. Aerial: Use 2 or more gal. of spray mix per acre. The actual minimum spray volume per acre is determined by the spray equipment used.
Yes, if used as directed on label.
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Can be used on Federal CRP (Conservation Reserve Program) land. Rainfast within 1 hour after application.
NONCROP AND CONSERVATION RESERVE PROGRAM (CRP) USES:
For weed control and/or turf height suppression, mix Alligare Panoramic 2SL with water and an adjuvant and spray it on specified noncropland areas including those that may be grazed or cut for hay, on Federal Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land, rangeland (see “Instructions for Rangeland Use” elsewhere in the label), and pastures.
Do not apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL to residential lawns.
Desirable trees and ornamental plants can be injured if rinsate from spray equipment used to apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL is allowed to wash or move into contact with plant roots.
Do not apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL to the inside of irrigation ditches.
Alligare Panoramic 2SL can be applied to non-irrigation ditches and low lying areas as long as the water has drained.
Precautions and Restrictions to follow when making applications of Alligare Panoramic 2SL for weed control, native grass establishment, and turf growth, suppression on pastures, rangeland, and noncrop areas:
Do not use Alligare Panoramic 2SL on food or feed crops except as specified on this or supplemental labeling provided by Alligare, LLC.
Do not cut treated area for hay within seven days after application.
Do not use organophosphate insecticides on newly seeded areas treated with Alligare Panoramic 2SL unless severe injury or loss of stand can be tolerated.
Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.
Do not exceed 12 ounces of Alligare Panoramic 2SL per acre in one year.
When tank-mixing with other products, read and carefully follow all applicable use directions, precautions, restrictions, and limitations on the respective product labels. In interpreting the labels of tank-mixed products, the most restrictive label limitations must apply.
When making new plantings of prairiegrass or wildflowers, carryover from persistent herbicides such as sulfonyl-urea, imidazolinone, triazine, substituted urea, dinitroanaline, and other herbicides applied the previous year may result in compounded injury or death of desirable vegetation when treated with Alligare Panoramic 2SL.
When making applications around desirable trees or ornamental plants, test small areas to determine the tolerance of a particular species to soil and/or foliar applications of Alligare Panoramic 2SL. See section entitled “Tolerance of Trees and Brush to Alligare Panoramic 2SL.”
DO NOT apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL through any type of irrigation system.
Ground Application: Make a broadcast application of Alligare Panoramic 2SL in a minimum of 2 gallons of spray per acre using ground application equipment. Calibrate the sprayer to deliver the specified spray volume and pressure at the spray boom height to ensure proper coverage of foliage and/or soil surface. The actual minimum spray volume per acre is determined by the spray equipment used. Adequate spray coverage of weed foliage postemergence or soil surface preemergence is important for maximum weed control. A complete and even distribution of spray is necessary. Avoid overlaps when spraying. When applications are made using less than 10 gallons of spray mixture per acre, use special application equipment designed to make low volume applications. Use a spray pressure of 20 to 40 psi.
Aerial Application: Use 2 or more gallons of spray mix per acre. The actual minimum spray volume per acre is determined by the spray equipment used. Use adequate spray volume to provide accurate and uniform distribution of spray particles over the treated area and to avoid spray drift. Refer to the section entitled “Spray Drift Management” for additional precautions and restrictions. When making aerial applications, be especially careful to eliminate spray drift. Fixed wing aircraft and helicopters can be used to apply Alligare Panoramic 2SL. Ensure appropriate buffer zones are maintained when using fixed wing aircraft.
Spot Treatment Application: In preparing the spray solution, mix thoroughly in water 0.25 to 1.5% (0.3 to 1.9 oz./gal. water) Alligare Panoramic 2SL plus an adjuvant (see “Spray Adjuvants for Postemergence Applications” section of this label). Use a methylated seed oil at 1% v/v as the spray adjuvant except when treating seedling prairiegrasses and wildflowers. When making spot applications, spray coverage must be sufficient to moisten the leaves but not to the point of runoff. Make sure the mixing container is opaque to sunlight or otherwise treated to shield for UV light. Alligare Panoramic 2SL breaks down when mixed with water and exposed to sunlight. Mixtures of Alligare Panoramic 2SL must be used within two days of being prepared to prevent breakdown of the active ingredient and maintain maximum effectiveness. See section on desired species and do not exceed the specified application rate per acre. Also see the sections entitled “Weeds Controlled” and “Special Weed Control.”
All Applications: Do not apply during windy or dusty conditions unless applications are being made with a drift control agent and/or an enclosed shielded spray system. Do not apply if rainfall is threatening. Rainfall within 1 hour of an Alligare Panoramic 2SL application may reduce weed control. Uniformly apply specified rate and include a spray adjuvant (see “Spray Adjuvants for Postemergence Applications” section of this label). A foam reducing agent can be added at the specified rate if needed. Aerial applications to target species growing under the canopy of trees and brush may not receive sufficient coverage for effective control. For fall applications, delaying aerial application until trees and brush have dropped their leaves can improve coverage. See “Special Weed Control” and “Tolerance of Trees and Brush to Alligare Panoramic 2SL” sections of this label for additional details. Avoid overlapping sprays.
Immediately and thoroughly clean all spray equipment, as prolonged exposure of this product to uncoated steel (except stainless steel) surfaces can cause corrosion and failure of the exposed part.
SEE LABEL FOR COMPLETE RATES AND INSTRUCTIONS.
Do not apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present, or to intertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water when cleaning equipment or disposing of equipment washwaters or rinsate. This chemical demonstrates the 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.