fifra 24(c) registration epa sln no. ks-040006 restricted use pesticide (ground and surface water concerns) for retail sale to and use by certified applicators or persons under their direct supervision and only for those uses covered by the certified applicator's certification.
Application Rates (Corn and Sorghum) Note: The total amount of atrazine applied may not exceed 2.0 pounds of active ingredient (a.i.) in a single pre- or post-emerge application or 2.5 pounds (pre- and post-emergence combined) of active ingredient per acre per calendar year.
ATRAZINE This substance was considered by a previous working group, in 1990 (IARC, 1991). Since that time, new data have become available, and these have been incorporated into the monograph and taken into consideration in the present evaluation.
Atrazine Weed Killer Label The following label information is for ATRAZINE WEED KILLER . Keep in mind that labels do change and we are not able to keep the most up to date posted all the time.
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in its programs on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, dis-ability, political beliefs, and marital or familial status.
How To Comply With Atrazine Use and Application - Guidelines for Placement of Setbacks and Buffer Strips - Read The Label
C ONTRIBUTING A UTHORS : Bill Johnson Weed Extension Specialist, Botany & Plant Pathology Fred Whitford Coordinator, Purdue Pesticide Programs Dave Flakne State Government Relations Manager, Syngenta Crop Protection Tom Bauman Weed Extension Specialist, Botany & Plant Pathology Glenn Nice Weed ...
Consumer Factsheet on: ATRAZINE List of Contaminants As part of the Drinking Water and Health pages, this fact sheet is part of a larger publication: National Primary Drinking Water Regulations This is a factsheet about a chemical that may be found in some public or private drinking water supplies.
for the control of both emerged weeds and weeds from seeds in st. augustinegrass and centipedegrass, use 3 tablespoonfuls per 1,000 sq. ft. not for use on turf being grown for sale or other commercial use as sod, or for commercial seed production, or for research purposes.
It is often claimed that atrazine is of great economic benefit to corn growers, but support for this claim is limited. Some cost-benefit studies have assumed that atrazine boosts corn yields by 6%; an extensive review found a 3%-4% average yield increase; other research suggests only a 1% yield ...