Tordon ® 22K herbicide provides all-purpose noxious weed control as well as basic invasive weed management. It also provides the best leafy spurge control available and is an excellent choice for field bindweed control. Picloram Application Rate. See product specimen label for specific rate recommendations. Label precautions apply to. herbicide. Trooper P+D is a Picloram formulation for use on rangeland and permanent grass pasture, cropland, non-cropland and CRP. Trooper P+D controls many annual and perennial weeds, prevents encroaching brush, and is safe to desirable grasses. The convenient premix of Picloram and 2,4-D works fast with quick burndown. SDS, Label & State Info Herbicide. GROUP 4 HERBICIDE •Contains Picloram and 2,4-D •Aspect Herbicide is for use on rights-of-way only to control unwanted brush and broadleaf weeds. COMMERCIAL . READ THE LABEL AND BOOKLET BEFORE USING . KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN . GUARANTEE: Picloram, present as triisopropanolamine salt 97.5 g/
Picloram+D Herbicide is manufactured by Alligare LLC and is a weed killer for control of undesirable vegetation in established turf, pastures and rangelands. Picloram+D is the generic version of the popular Grazon P+D brand of herbicide. Picloram+D contains an active ingredient combination of Picloram and 2 4-D which makes for a pretty lethal. Surmount ® herbicide provides excellent broad-spectrum broadleaf weed control without 2,4-D. Surmount ® herbicide also delivers outstanding pricklypear and cholla cactus control. Labels Download Product Label Herbicide. A wide range of annual, perennial, noxious and woody weeds as per the Directions for Use Picloram present as the Potassium Salt - 240g/L. Pack sizes 10L. Download Label Download SDS. Home About Products Solutions Library Contact. Website by Codeflex. Herbicide . GROUP 4 HERBICIDE • Contains Picloram and 2,4-D For sale for use to control trees, deep-rooted perennial and biennial broadleaf weeds on rangeland and permanent pastures, and other non-cropland areas in Western Canada only. COMMERCIAL . READ THE LABEL AND BOOKLET BEFORE USIN herbicide treatments and oversees crew activities. Trained, professional applicators apply Tordon in designated areas using approved application techniques. Organizations may use on-staff crews or hire custom applica-tors. In either case, these applicators follow directions on the product label, which is reviewed by the Environmental Protection.
Picloram is a pyridinemonocarboxylic acid that is pyridine-2-carboxylic acid which is substituted by a chloro group at positions 3,5 and 6, and by an amino group at position 4. It is a systemic herbicide used to control deeply rooted herbaceous weeds and woody plants in rights-of-way, forestry, range lands, pastures, and small grain crops 3 Specimen Label Revised 7/1/04 General Information Surmount™ herbicide, an emulsifiable liquid product containing picloram and fluroxypyr herbicides, is recommended for the control of woody plants and annual and perennial broadleaf weeds in rangeland and permanent grass pastures, fencerows, non-irrigation ditchbanks, and around farm buildings
CANCER INFORMATION: Picloram did not cause cancer in laboratory animals. Various animal cancer tests have shown no reliable positive association between 2,4-D exposure and cancer. Epidemiology studies on herbicide use have been both positive and negative with the majority being negative. Ethylene glycol did not cause cancer i . Pack Sizes. 1L, 5L, 10L, 20L. PDF Downloads. Safety Data Sheet Product Label Related products. Genfarm Brom-M Herbicide. For the control of weeds in wheat, oats, barley, cereal rye, triticale, linseed, grass pastures and turf as per the Directions for Use table..
Specimen Label For controlling unwanted trees via cut surface treatments in forests and non-cropland areas such as fencerows, roadsides, and rights-of-way. Not for sale, distribution or use in Nassau and Suffolk Counties in New York State Active Ingredient(s): picloram: 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid PICLORAM + 2,4-D AMINA 304 SL-DVA is a herbicide for the selective control of broadleaf weeds, rapidly inhibiting their growth. The control effect on weeds is observed 1 to 3 weeks after application, depending on their growth stage and susceptibility 1 EPA Registered Herbicides Available for Control under Proposed Action - Alternative 1 (Alternative 3 Proposes Using Only 2, 4-D, Picloram, Dicamba, and Glyphosate). Ammonium sulfate, an adjuvant, can also be effective as an herbicide on tall larkspur. Appendix G - Herbicides, Trade Names, and Target Species Page G - Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor or going for treatment. You may also contact 1-800-992-5994 for emergency medical treatment information. Environmental Hazards This product is toxic to aquatic invertebrates and may be toxic to fish Picloram is an herbicide used to control general woody plants and a wide range of broad-leaf weeds but not mustards (crucifers). Picloram does not harm most grasses. Picloram's potassium salt formulation is the active ingredient (24.4%) in the herbicide product Tordon used by the Washington Department of Transportatio
herbicide active through both foliage and roots on many broadleaf herbaceous weeds and woody plants. Picloram is persistent; diligently follow precautions to avoid injuring desirable plants. Unmetabolized picloram in treated foliage will pass through livestock, and manure and urine can be toxic to plants. ż Mimics natural plant hormones
L9846 ACT 36/1947/ HERBICIDE GROUP CODE O GLADIATOR 160 ME is a systemic micro-emulsion herbicide for the control of woody plants and weeds as listed for forestry, grass pastures, conservation and industrial areas. There is a known synergism between both active ingredients in GLADIATOR 160 ME, these act as auxin mimics (synthetic growth hormone) which result in uncontrolled and. Picloram is a synthetic plant growth regulator, of the pyridine family, and is a chlorinated derivative of picolinic acid. Picloram is a selective herbicide absorbed through the leaves and roots of target plants and is translocated throughout the plant. Picloram acts specifically an auxin-mimic, meaning it imitates the growth promotion action. Picloram, another similar herbicide, currently has a proposed interim decision (PID). If you don't feel like reading the entire report, read on to view a summarized (and simplified) description of what these decisions mean for applicators. New Decisions Bring Updated Label Language & Restriction
Tordon RTU Herbicide is a specialty herbicide with the Active Ingredient: picloram and 2,4-D ichlorophenox yacetic acid. Tordon RTU Specialty Herbicide effectively kills cut stumps when you are cleaning out fence lines and non-cropland areas. RTU stands for Ready-To-Use, and that's just what it is. Tordon RTU Herbicide requires no mixing or. Picloram PESTANAL®, analytical standard; CAS Number: 1918-02-1; EC Number: 217-636-1; Synonyms: 4-Amino-3,5,6-trichloropyridine-2-carboxylic acid,4-Amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid,Picloram; find Supelco-36774 MSDS, related peer-reviewed papers, technical documents, similar products & more at Sigma-Aldric picloram: 4-amino-3,5,6-trichloropicolinic acid - 21.1% - 2 lb/gal EPA Reg. No. 62719-6 Keep Out of Reach of Children CAUTION PRECAUCION Si usted no entiende la etiqueta, busque a alguien para que se la explique a usted en detalle. (If you do not understand the label, find someone to explain it to you in detail.) Precautionary Statement to apply Tordon 22K should not be used to apply other pesticides to crops susceptible to herbicides containing picloram. If it is necessary to do so, contact your Dow AgroSciences Vegetation Management Specialist for detailed equipment clean-up procedures. Be Sure To Follow All Use Precautions Given On This Label And Remember These Key Points: 1 Picloram ester and triclopyr ester are rapidly converted to the parent acids in soil, water, plants and animals. Picloram is more residual than triclopyr. Picloram has a half life in water of 1 to 40 days in water depending mainly on sunlight intensity
Picloram is usually confined to the upper 1 foot (30 cm) when application rates are low (<1 lb/acre, <1.12 kg/ha), but that picloram can readily move to depths >3 feet (approximately 1 meter), even in relatively dry areas, when the application rate is high (3 to 9 lb/acre, 3 to 10 kg/ha)(16) Common Landscape Herbicides and Their Effects on Trees Herbicides are used for landscape maintenance in a variety of settings, including lawn care, rights-of-way, roadsides, aquatic systems, and wildlife plantings. The number of existing products as well as the variety of mixtures available can result in confusion and off-label ap-plications
Picloram: The main use of Picloram salts and esters is for the management of unwanted vegetation in rangeland, grass pastures, forestry, as well as non-crop land and rights-of-way sites such as around industrial and military installations, roads, railways, airports, under powerlines and along pipelines. In some countries, there are additional uses in rice, sugar cane, cereals and oilseed rape. WOODY HERBICIDE • RLP Approved ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS: 300 g/L TRICLOPYR present as BUTOXYETHYL ESTER 100 g/L PICLORAM. present as HEXYLOXYPROPYLAMINE SALT GROUP For control of a range of environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous weeds as specified in the Directions for Use Table. IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET BEFORE USE Other Names: Triclopyr + Picloram, Group I herbicide. Use: An environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous herbicide. Company: Apparent Pty Ltd Address: Suite G.08, 762 Toorak Rd, Hawthorn East, Vic. 3123.. PO Box 3092, Cotham PO, Kew, Vic 3101 . ACN/ABN: 143 724 136 Telephone Number: 03 9822 1321 Fax Number
CIMARRON PLUS HERBICIDE must be used in accordance with the directions for use on this label. Always. read the entire label including the Limitations of Warranty and Liability. MANDATORY SPRAY DRIFT. Aerial Applications: • Do not release spray at a height greater than 10 ft above the vegetative canopy, unless a greate METHOD 240SL HERBICIDE is non-corrosive to spray equipment. BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY METHOD 240SL HERBICIDE is quickly taken up by the leaves, stems, and roots of plants. The effects of METHOD 240SL HERBICIDE may be seen on plants from within a few hours to a few days. The most noticeable symptom is a bending and twisting of stems and leaves
Managing herbicides in ditch forages. Clopyralid and picloram herbicides are commonly used to control weeds in road ditches. Herbicide residues in forages can contaminate livestock manure and lead to crop injury during application. To prevent crop injury, Harvesting grass and legumes along roadways is common, especially in western Minnesota For years, growers and ranchers have counted on WeedMaster® for consistent weed control in sugarcane, pastures, small grains and fallowland. WeedMaster is a selective, post-emerge herbicide that provides tough, long-lasting control of a broad spectrum of annual, biennial and perennial broadleaf weeds. The growth regulating effects of 2,4-D and dicamba interfere with the normal development of.
Keystone Pest Solutions Triumph 22K - 2.5 Gallons (Replaces Tordon 22K) [81927-18] - Triumph 22K Herbicide (2.5 Gallons) Replaces Tordon 22K Triumph 22K Herbicide will control susceptible annual and perennial broadleaf weeds, woody plants, and vines on rangeland and permanent grass pastures, fallow cropland, non-crop areas and CRP land Herbicide GROUP 4 HERBICIDE Contains Picloram and 2,4-D For sale for use to control trees, deep-rooted perennial and biennial broadleaf weeds on rangeland and permanent pastures, and other non-cropland areas in Western Canada only. COMMERCIAL READ THE LABEL AND BOOKLET BEFORE USIN Picloram (4-Amino-3,5,6-trichloropyridine-2-carboxylic acid) is a chlorinated systemic herbicide widely used for woody plant and broad-leaved weed control. Picloram induces direct somatic embryogenesis of Lilium longiflorum var. Ceb-dazzel Aminopyralid, clopyralid, and picloram are three active ingredients in herbicides that can contaminate manure, hay, and compost. These ingredients are used to kill weeds in pastures, rangelands, and hayfields. The residual activity of these products is actually a selling point for these products. Because of the residual activity, producers have. Herbicide label instructions. Proximity of sensitive crops. Potential volatility of the herbicide you choose. and picloram). These herbicides remain intact in treated pasture grasses or hay, and when these forages are con-sumed by animals, the chemicals pass through their di
confirming what the picloram label (and much of the literature the Forest cites, such as the Rice paper) agree is a major risk of picloram (non-target plant risk). Thus, the consequences of herbicides on native plants have not been independently demonstrated in this FEIS The most common herbicides used for control of broadleaf weeds in grass hay or pasture are the plant growth regulator herbicides, which includes products containing 2,4-D, dicamba, triclopyr, aminopyralid, picloram, or a mix of these (see the table below for a list of common products). These products are safe if applied to grass forages at the.
Herbicide Control: Thoroughly wet leaves using a 10.2% active ingredient of picloram herbicide (Tordon 101 or Grazon P+D) as a 3% solution (12 ounces per 3-gal. mix) in water or a 24+% active ingredient of picloram herbicide (Tordon K) as a 2% solution (8 ounces per 3-gal. mix) in water with a surfactant (methylated seed oil, basal oil, or. Faster symptoms with MezaVue Herbicide deliver a piece-of-mind benefit that the herbicide is working. Faster control means native grasses are able to respond sooner to get rangeland back into production. Restricted Use: Yes. Active Ingredients: Aminopyralid 5.15% + Picloram 10.06% + Fluroxypyr 12.53%. Herbicide Mode of Action: 4 Tordon contains picloram, a systemic herbicide that travels through the inner tree's fibrous cells all the way to the roots, so the tree dies entirely and won't send up new shoots. Ahead: See. Dow Agrosciences Tordon RTU - Best Herbicide for Privet Hedge Working the Entire Year. Tordon RTU specialty herbicide incorporates 20.9% 2,4-D, Triisopropanonalimeand 5.4% Picloram active compounds fit for the elimination of hedge bush and stumps. Applied at 4 gallons per acre on the higher end with a coverage area of 5,000 square feet For the early post-emergence control of certain annual grass and broadleaf weeds in imidazolinone-tolerant wheat, imidazolinonetolerant barley, imidazolinone-tolerant canola, as specified in the Directions For Use. Pack size. -- Please select -- 10 L 20 L. TITAN ISOXAFLUTOLE 750 WG HERBICIDE
Nomenclature: 2,4-D; picloram; wild mustard, Brassica kaber (DC) L.C. Wheeler SINAR. Key words: Auxinic herbicides, herbicide resistance, inheritance, near-isogenic lines. Herbicide resistance in plants is an inherited ability to survive and reproduce after exposure to a dose of herbicide normally lethal to the wild type. Cross-resistance refers t EVERETT HERBICIDE Low Volatile Weed and Brush Herbicide Specimen Label For the control of most kinds of unwanted trees and brush, as well as annual and perennial broadleaf weeds on rangeland, permanent grass pastures, conservation Ureserve program (CRP) acres, fence rows, non-irrig ation ditch banks, roadsides, other non-crop areas and. Active Ingredients: Picloram 5.4% + 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid, triisopropanolamine salt 20.9% Herbicide Mode of Action: 4 + 4 EPA Signal Word: CAUTION / PRECAUCIONApplication Rate Range: (see label) Container Size(s): 1 Qt
PICLORAM 240 SL DVA. PICLORAM 240 SL- DVA is a herbicide for the selective control of broadleaf weeds, rapidly inhibiting their growth. The control effect on weeds is observed 1 to 3 weeks after application, depending on their growth stage and susceptibility Remarks: Chlorsulfuron is a selective herbicide effective for controlling broadleaves and grasses. While it is often stated that Telar provides only suppression of yellow toadflax and is often tank mixed with picloram or 2,4-D, this depends on the timing of the application Herbicide product names and formulations change; always check labels for active ingredients. Picloram, clopyralid, and aminopyralid can remain active in hay, grass clippings, piles of manure, and compost for an unusually long time picloram triclopyr 4 Quinoline carboxylic acid quinclorac (also group L) quinmerac 4 Other benazolin-ethyl . 48 HERBICIDE MODE OF ACTION TABLE WSSA action of herbicides in Group Z is unknown it is likely that they differ in mode of action between themselves and from other groups
Refer to label for approved tank mixtures. For application at planting wait for closure of plantings. Pre-emergence herbicide-No additives necessary. If endangered plant species occur in proximity to the application site, leave 200 foot untreated buffer zone. Apply using a low boom (20 above ground and fine to medium/coarse nozzle Herbicide labels and recommendations from herbicide manufacturers 4. My experiences as a commercial applicator and evaluations of local herbicide trials currently in place. the other options, however, the other herbicides listed contain either picloram or aminopyralid. These chemicals are stronger on perennials and have residual soil. The chemicals of greatest concern are picloram, clopyralid, and aminopyralid because they can remain active in hay, grass clippings, piles of manure and compost for an unusually long time. These herbicides eventually break down through exposure to sunlight, soil microbes, heat and moisture. Depending on the situation, the herbicides can be. 14 days to allow maximum herbicide activity2,3,4 2 hours no aminopyralid + metsulfuron-methyl Chaparral/Opensight none1 none2,3,4 2 to 4 hours5 no aminopyralid + picloram + fluroxypyr MezaVue none1, except for lactating dairy animals (14 days) 7 days to allow maximum herbicide activity2,3,4 4 hours5 yes clopyralid Clean Slate, Clopyralid 3
7 Herbicide Products & Active Ingredients % lbs./gal Days picloram 5.70% 0.54 90 2,4-D 21.20% 0.02 7 picloram 13.20% 1.19 90 fluroxypyr 10.60% 0.96 3 HERBICIDE BEHAVIOUR FACT SHEET NATIONAL JUNE 2019 Rotational constraints for pulse crops following the use of aminopyralid, clopyralid and picloram herbicides Herbicides from the Group I Mode of Action are effective knockdown herbicides against many broadleaf weeds. However, care must be taken as several have significant soi
LC50 (48hr) for daphnia is 64 mg/l for a similar picloram salt. Acute Toxicity - Daphnia Bees: Not toxic to bees. LD50 for triclopyr and picloram is >100 µg/bee. LD50 for bobwhite quail is 735 mg/kg for triclopyr butoxyethyl ester LD50 for bobwhite quail is >2000 mg/kg for a similar picloram salt Acute Toxicity - Other Organisms 13 Active Ingredient. 100 g/L picloram, 8 g/L aminopyralid, 300g/L triclopyr. Formulations. Emulsifiable Concentrate (EC) Herbicide Group. 03. Packaging. 1 L, 5 L and 20 L
This reference document provides Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for most herbicide brands labeled for forestry use by the brand's herbicide chemical(s). If we were to provide the Pathway picloram & 2,4-D 314 Patriot metsulfuron methyl 130 Picloram 22K picloram 16 .5 ml (bushes 1-1.5 m tall) 3.5 ml (bushes > 1.5 m tall) 5 ml : nil: Use in spring to early summer treatments only: add a 100% concentrate non-ionic surfactant at 1ml per litre of water for best results PICLORAM. L8299 Active Picloram 240g/ℓ A water soluble residual systemic herbicide taken up through the leaves, roots and cut surfaces of plants, for the control of certain woody plants in grazing, conservation areas and on non-crop land FMC MCPA + Picloram Herbicide contains members of the pyridine and phenoxy groups of herbicides. The product has the disrupters of plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management the product is a Group I Herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to FMC MCPA + Picloram and other Group I herbicides may exis The herbicides leach into the soil with rainfall, irrigation, and dew. As with many other herbicides, they can remain active in the treated soil. Picloram, clopyralid, and aminopyralid can remain active in hay, grass clippings, piles of manure, and compost for an unusually long time
The hormone-like herbicides such as 2, 4-D, 2,4,5-T, dicamba, and picloram provide essential tools for modern farming for control of undesirable vegetation on grazing land, in crop, and non-crop lands. When used as recommended, these herbicides pose little or no hazard to the natural environment or man. They are used to improve the quality of the environment Reichman Sales & Service PO Box 698 - Toluca, IL 61369 Phone: 815-452-2665 Fax: 815-452-283 . Use of this chemical in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow, may result in ground water contamination. Picloram can contaminate surface water through spray drift. Under som For the control of emerged broadleaf weeds prior to sowing crops and pastures in conservation tillage situations and for selective weed control in crops, and situations. Pack size. -- Please select -- 20 L 110 L 1000 L. TITAN AMINE 475 HERBICIDE. Active Ingredient (s): 2,4-D These herbicide recommendations are made subject to the product being registered for that purpose under relevant legislation. It is the user's responsibility to check that registration or an off-label permit covers the proposed use. Always read the herbicide label
. 12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION: ENVIRONMENTAL DATA: MOVEMENT & PARTITIONING: Based on information for picloram. Bioconcentration potential is moderate (BCF between 100 and 3000 or Log Pow between 3 and 5) Post-Emergence Broadleaf Herbicides - The following herbicides selectively kill broadleaf plants but are safe on most grass species: 2, 4-D 2, 4-DP (dichlorprop), MCPP (mecoprop), dicamba (Banvel) and picloram (Tordon). 2,4-D, 2,4-DP and MCPP commonly are referred to as growth regulator or hormonal type herbicides because their chemistry resemble
It may be used in formulations with other herbicides such as bromoxynil, diuron, 2,4-D, MCPA, triclorpyr, and atrazine. It is also compatible with fertilizers. Regulatory Status: Picloram is a slightly toxic compound in EPA toxicity class III. Products containing it must bear the Signal Word CAUTION on the label Picloram is a herbicide used in the control a number of broadleaf weeds and undesirable brush. Picloram is used in Forest Service programs almost exclusively for the control of noxious weeds, particularly Kudzu. Very minor uses include rights-of-way management and wildlife habitat maintenance 20 g/kg picloram as the amine salt in the form of a granule. A broadcast granular herbicide for the control of many difficult to control perennial weeds. Ideal for spottreatment of brushweeds, ragwort and other difficult to kill weeds in pasture. LABEL - Picloram 20G. label-picloram-20g-gdips.pdf Follow label for specific uses and rates Pour stump killer chemical into the convenient squirt bottle applicator, and go to work Active ingredient: picloram and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic aci