What is the active ingredient in Laudis?

What is the active ingredient in Laudis?

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Hazardous Ingredient Cas # TRQ of Ingredient
[Tembotrione] 335104-84-2
Isoxadifen-ethyl 163520-33-0 STD
1,2-Propanediol 57-55-6 STD

What group is Laudis herbicide?

Group 27 active
“Using multiple effective herbicide modes of action is key to reducing selection pressure on weed populations. Laudis is a Group 27 active, which gives growers a new tool in their toolbox for control of glyphosate-resistant weeds.”

Does Laudis herbicide have residual?

Laudis provides powerful residual control of more than 65 grass and broadleaf weeds with unsurpassed crop safety in all types of corn. Laudis is an effective resistance management tool in a tankmix with glyphosate against even the toughest glyphosate-, PPO-, ALS-, and dicamba-resistant broadleaf weeds.

What is atrazine 4L used for?

ATRAZINE 4L Herbicide will control most annual Broadleaf and Grass weeds in Corn, Sorghum, Sugarcane and certain other crops as specified on this label. This product may be applied before or after weeds emerge.

How do you mix Laudis?

Laudis Herbicide

  1. Fill spray tank with 50% of the required volume of water, and begin agitation.
  2. Agitate the LAUDIS Herbicide product container thoroughly by shaking, circulating or stirring prior to adding the herbicide into the spray tank.

What is the difference between atrazine and atrazine 4L?

The active ingredient, Atrazine will kill weeds as seeds or kill emerged weeds through the root system. Atrazine 4L Herbicide will control for barnyard grass, chickweed, henbit, and more. Atrazine 4L is a restricted use herbicide that can only be purchased and applied by certified applicators.

When should I apply atrazine?

Hi-Yield Atrazine Weed Killer can be applied early in the morning before temperatures reach 90 degrees if it’s expected to get this hot on the day of application. You just do not want to apply during the time of high temperature because your desirable turfgrass is under more stress in high heat.

How do I apply atrazine?

Mix 4.33 ounces of Atrazine per gallon of water. When mixing in a container, pour Atrazine first, followed by water for best results. Apply the mixture to 500 square feet of lawn. Do not increase Atrazine content per gallon of water.

How do you mix atrazine for corn?

Atrazine can be used as a postemergence treatment, before corn reaches 12 inches in height, to control certain annual broadleaves. Use 2.2 pounds of atrazine 9ODF, or 2 quarts of atrazine 4L plus 1 quart of COC per acre. Buctril or Moxy 2EC (bromoxynil) is applied at 1 to 2 pints per acre.

How do you use Tynzer?

Mode of Action:

  1. TYNZER inhibits 4-HPPD enzyme in chloroplasts of susceptible weed plants resulting in bleaching symptoms followed by complete kill within 10-12 days after application.
  2. TYNZER should be applied at 2-5 leaf stage of the weeds.
  3. TYNZER should be applied in combination with Atrazine & OUTRIGHT.