Application Rates: Title:
GLYPHOSATE TOLERANT CORN - MISSISSIPPIRate:
3.6-4.0 pints / acrePHI:Density Percent:Pounds/Gallon:Dilution:
5 gallons of water per acreTillage:Maximum Seasonal Limit:Methods:Timings:Crops:
Corn, Glyphosate Tolerant
Limitation, Restrictions, Exceptions:
Cocklebur, Common Heartleaf
Millet, Wild-proso Proso Millet, Volunteer
Morningglory, Ivyleaf Entireleaf Hairy Common
Morningglory, Pitted Small White
Morningglory, Tall Common
Nightshade, Eastern Black
GLYPHOSATE TOLERANT CORN
This Special Local Need label allows for the application of Halex GT Herbicide by aerial application as long as the below criteria and directions are met and followed. All other directions for use, precautions, and restrictions on the Federal label must be followed. The user must have in their possession, and reference, the Federal Section 3 label for Halex GT Herbicide and the solo atrazine herbicide label at the time of application. Follow all other directions for use, rate limitations, precautions, and restrictions on the Federal labels for these products.
Aerial applications may be made only if the wind speed is less than 10 mph. Applying Halex GT Herbicide by air within 50 feet of sensitive plant species (e.g. broadleaf crops) may result in injury to sensitive plant species. A buffer zone must be established between the area to be sprayed and the sensitive plant species.
It is the responsibility of the aerial applicator to insure that drift to non-target crops and non-target areas does not occur.
Halex GT Herbicide – TANK MIX WITH ATRAZINE PRODUCTS
In tank mix with atrazine products, apply Halex GT Herbicide at 3.6-4.0 pt./A. Add atrazine product at rate of 0.25-2.0 lb. ai/A.
The tank mix of Halex GT Herbicide plus atrazine product must be applied with a non-ionic surfactant (NIS) with or without ammonium sulfate (AMS). See the ADJUVANTS section of the federal label for Halex GT for specific recommendations.
When tank mixing or sequentially applying atrazine or products containing atrazine with Halex GT Herbicide to Glyphosate Tolerant corn, do not exceed an application rate of 2.0 pounds active ingredient of atrazine per acre for any single application and the total pounds of atrazine applied (lb. a.i. per acre) must not exceed 2.5 pounds active ingredient per acre per year.
If no atrazine was applied prior to corn emergence, apply a maximum of 2.0 lbs. ai/A broadcast. If a postemergence treatment is required following an earlier herbicide application, the total atrazine applied may not exceed 2.5 lbs. ai/A per calendar year.
Observe and follow all labeled weed growth stages as listed in Table 1 of the federal Halex GT label.
Do not apply any atrazine formulation if the corn is greater than 12 inches tall.
1. Temporary crop response (transient bleaching) from postemergence applications to Glyphosate Tolerant corn may occur under extreme weather conditions or when the crop is suffering from stress. Corn quickly outgrows these effects and develops normally.
2. If additional glyphosate is applied sequentially with Halex GT Herbicide as a postemergence treatment in Glyphosate Tolerant corn, refer to the specific glyphosate label for crop rate restrictions.
3. To avoid possible illegal residues, do not graze or feed forage from treated areas for 45 days following application.
4. Glyphosate Tolerant corn can be treated with Halex GT Herbicide up to 30 inches tall or the 8-leaf stage of growth.
5. Do not harvest forage, grain, or stover within 45 days after application.
Refer to individual product labels for precautionary statements, restrictions, rates, approved uses, and a list of weeds controlled.
Aerial Spray Equipment
Apply Halex GT Herbicide in a minimum spray volume of 5 gallons of water per acre. When foliage is dense, higher water volumes should be used. Avoid application under conditions where uniform coverage cannot be obtained or where spray drift may occur. Use sufficient spray volume to ensure complete dispersion of Halex GT Herbicide in the spray tank when mixing and during applications to target broadleaf weeds.
Select nozzles and boom configurations that produce medium-coarse droplets (250-400 microns VMD). Make applications at the maximum spray height of 10 ft. above the crop with low drift nozzles at a maximum pressure of 40 psi. Boom length should be a maximum of ¾ of the wingspan of the aircraft when fixed-wing aircraft are used. Nozzles must always point backward, parallel with the air stream and never be pointed downward more than 45°. Use swath adjustment to manage wind displacement of the spray.