Specimen Label

Specimen Label

Specimen Label

In case of emergency endangering health or the environment involving this product, call 1-800-992-5994. If you wish to obtain additional product information, visit our web site at www.dowagro.com.

Agricultural Chemical: Do not ship or store with food, feeds, drugs or clothing.

EPA Reg. No. 62719-445

Precautionary Statements

Hazards to Humans and Domestic Animals

CAUTION

Causes Eye Irritation • Harmful If Absorbed Through The Skin

Specialty Herbicide

® Trademark of Dow AgroSciences LLC

Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Avoid breathing dust. Remove contaminated clothing and wash clothing before reuse.

Provides control of listed annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in:

• Established lawns

• Commercial sod farms

• Non-cropland and industrial sites

• Ornamental turf (including golf course fairways, roughs, and tee boxes)

• Container grown ornamentals

• Field-grown ornamentals

• Landscape ornamentals

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Applicators and other handlers (other than mixer loaders) must wear:

• Long-sleeved shirt and long pants

• Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material

• Shoes plus socks

Mixer and Loaders must wear:

• Long-sleeved shirt and long pants

• Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material

• Shoes plus socks

In New York State, this product may only be used by commercial applicators at no more than 0.625 pounds per acre per year (10 ounces) or 2 water-soluble pouches per acre per year (0.25 pounds active ingredient).

Active Ingredient dithiopyr: 3,5-pyridinedicarbothioic acid, 2-

(difluoromethyl)-4-(2-methylpropyl)-

6-(trifluoromethyl)- S,S-dimethyl ester ................................. 40.0%

Other Ingredients ............................................................................... 60.0%

Total .................................................................................................. 100.0%

Each 5 ounce water-soluble pouch contains 0.125 lb of active ingredient.

Discard clothing and other absorbent materials that have been drenched or heavily contaminated with this product’s concentrate. Do not reuse them. Follow manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning/ maintaining PPE.

If no such instructions for washables, use detergent and hot water. Keep and wash PPE separately from other laundry.

When handlers use closed systems, enclosed cabs or aircraft in a manner that meet the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standards

(WPS) for agricultural pesticides [40 CFR 170.240(d) (4-6)], the handler

PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS.

User Safety Recommendations

Users should:

• Wash hands before eating, drinking, chewing gum, using tobacco or using the toilet.

• Remove PPE immediately after handling this product.

• Wash the outside of gloves before removing. As soon as possible, wash thoroughly and change into clean clothing.

Keep Out of Reach of Children

CAUTION

Agricultural Use Requirements

Use this product only in accordance with its labeling and with the Worker

Protection Standard, 40 CFR part 170. Refer to the label booklet under

“Agricultural Use Requirements” in the Directions for Use section for information about this standard.

Refer to inside of label booklet for Directions for Use.

Notice: Read the entire label. Use only according to label directions.

Before using this product, read Warranty Disclaimer, Inherent Risks of

Use, and Limitation of Remedies at end of label booklet. If terms are unacceptable, return at once unopened.

First Aid

If in eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for

15-20 minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.

If on skin or clothing: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for 15-20 minutes. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.

If swallowed: Call a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow.

Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.

If inhaled: Move person to fresh air. If person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give artificial respiration, preferably mouth-tomouth if possible. Call a poison control center or doctor for further treatment advice.

First Aid (Cont.)

Hot Line Number: 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 day or night, for emergency treatment information.

Environmental Hazards

This product is toxic to fish and highly toxic to other aquatic organisms including oysters and shrimp. Use with care when applying to turf areas adjacent to any body of water. Drift and runoff from treated turf may adversely affect aquatic organisms in adjacent aquatic sites. 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 apply when weather conditions favor drift from treated areas. Do not contaminate water when disposing of equipment washwaters.

Directions for Use

It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.

Read all Directions for Use carefully before applying.

General Information

Dimension ® Ultra 40WP specialty herbicide provides control of crabgrass and other annual grasses and broadleaf weeds in established lawns, commercial sod farms, noncropland and industrial sites and ornamental turf (including but not limited to golf course fairways, roughs, tee boxes), container-grown ornamentals, field grown ornamentals and landscape ornamentals.

REFORMULATION OR REPACKAGING OF THIS PRODUCT IS

PROHIBITED.

Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your state or tribe, consult the agency responsible for pesticide regulation.

Storage and Disposal

Do not contaminate water, foodstuffs, feed or seed by storage or disposal.

Pesticide Storage: Store this product only in its original container in a dry, cool, secured storage area. Store this product above 32°F.

Pesticide Disposal: Wastes resulting from the use of this product must be disposed of on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.

Container Reuse: Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling if available.

Except for control of crabgrass up to initiation of tillering, this product will not control emerged weeds. This stage of crabgrass growth generally corresponds to the time when seedlings are first visible in established turfgrasses and individual plants have five leaves or less. Applications to crabgrass after initiation of tillering will not provide satisfactory control. All other applications of this product should be made preemergence (prior to germination of target weeds).

This product is not effective until activated by 1/2 inch or more of rainfall or irrigation. Applications should be timed to ensure that activation has occurred prior to tillering stage of crabgrass development or prior to germination of all other weeds.

Agricultural Use Requirements:

Use this product only in accordance with its labeling and with the

Worker Protection Standard, 40 CFR part 170. This Standard contains requirements for the protection of agricultural workers on farms, forests, nurseries, and greenhouses, and handlers of agricultural pesticides.

It contains requirements for training, decontamination, notification, and emergency assistance. It also contains specific instructions and exceptions pertaining to the statements on this label about personal protective equipment (PPE)and restricted-entry interval. The requirements in this box only apply to uses of this product that are covered by the Worker Protection Standard.

Note: In New York State this product may be applied only by commercial applicators.

Mixing Instructions

Handling of Water Soluble Pouches: The enclosed pouches are water soluble. Do not allow pouches to become wet prior to adding to the spray tank. Do not handle the pouches with wet hands or wet gloves. Always reseal over-wrap bag to protect remaining unused pouches. Do not remove water-soluble pouches from over-wrap except to add directly to the spray tank.

Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the restricted entry interval (REI) of 12 hours.

PPE required for early entry to treated areas that is permitted under the

Worker Protection Standard and that involves contact with anything that has been treated, such as plants, soil or water, is:

• Coveralls

• Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material

• Shoes plus socks

Dimension Ultra 40WP Alone with Water as the Carrier:

Non-Agricultural Use Requirements:

The requirements in this box apply to uses of this product that are not within the scope of the Worker Protection Standard for agricultural pesticides (40 CFR Part 170). The WPS applies when this product is used to produce agricultural plants on farms, forests, nurseries or greenhouses.

• Keep unprotected persons out of treated area until sprays have dried.

Be sure the sprayer is clean and not contaminated with other materials prior to use. Place a 20 to 35 mesh screen or wetting basket over the filling port. Fill the mixing tank 1/2 to 3/4 full with clean water and begin agitation. Be certain that the agitation system is working properly and creates a rolling or rippling on the liquid surface. Turn off the agitator and add the required number of unopened Dimension Ultra 40 water soluble packets to the tank. Be careful not to drop on top of each other. Wait 5 to 10 minutes to allow the packets to thoroughly dissolve before turning on the agitation, or adding any additional materials to the tank. Continue filling tank with the remainder of the water. Remove the hose from the mixing tank immediately after filling to avoid siphoning back into the water source. Resume agitation and maintain agitation of spray mixture during application to ensure uniformity of spray mixture and prevent settling.

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Dimension Ultra 40WP Alone with Fluid Fertilizer as the Carrier

First, determine the compatibility of this product with the desired fluid fertilizer by mixing small proportional quantities in advance. Follow instructions in the “Physical Compatibility Test” section of this label. Then follow the mixing procedure listed below for tank mixtures.

Tank Mixtures

Compatibility Test Mixing Instructions

Pesticide

Formulation

Dry

Liquid

If

Rate per

Acre Is:

1 lb

1 qt

Amount of Pesticide added to Spray

Carrier (assuming volume is 25 GPA) ADD:

Level Teaspoons per Pint Jar of

Carrier Solution

1-1/2

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Dimension Ultra 40 WP may be applied in tank mix combination with labeled rates of fluid fertilizers or other herbicides provided (1) the tank mix product is labeled for the timing and method of application for the use site to be treated; and (2) tank mixing is not prohibited by the label of the tank mix product. Read carefully and follow all applicable use directions, precautions, and limitations on the respective product labels.

Tank mixtures with Gallery 75 DF will control a broader spectrum of weeds. First, determine the compatibility of this product and the desired tank mixture partner product(s) in the appropriate carrier (water or fluid fertilizer) by mixing small proportional quantities in advance. See the

“Physical Compatibility Test” section of this label below. Then adhere to the following mixing procedure:

This compatibility test is designed for 25 gallons of spray solution

per acre. The table above gives general guidelines for use rate ratios of pesticides to be tank-mixed with this product. Determine the amount of pesticide to tank-mix by referring to the pesticide label(s). Then, calculate the amount of pesticide to add to jar based on use rate ratios in table. For a use rate of 1 pound per acre of dry pesticide add 1-1/2 teaspoons to the jar, and for a use rate of 1 quart per acre of liquid pesticide, add 1 teaspoon to the jar.

This product should be added based on use rate ratios for liquid pesticides

(for a use rate of 1 quart per acre, add 1 teaspoon to the jar). For changes in spray volume or herbicide rate, make appropriate changes in the ingredients for the test. Shake well to mix.

Note: Dimension Ultra 40WP is compatible with boron and spray oils; however, the water soluble pouches must be completely dissolved before adding spray oils or products containing boron to spray mixtures.

If pesticide(s) does not form crystals, flakes, sludge, gels, oily films or layers, then the tested components are compatible. Incompatibility in any of the above-described forms will usually occur within 5 minutes after mixing.

Mixing Procedure:

1. Place a 20 to 35 mesh screen or wetting basket over the filling port.

2. Fill the previously cleaned sprayer half full with the appropriate carrier and start agitation.

3. Add a compatibility agent if needed. Read and follow all of the information found on the product label for the selected compatibility agent. Check that agitation is working properly and creates a rolling or rippling on the liquid surface. .

4. Add Dimension Ultra 40WP to the tank and allow sufficient time for the water-soluble pouches to dissolve and contents to mix completely before adding other materials.

5. Wait 5 to 10 minutes to allow the packets to thoroughly dissolve before turning on the agitation, or adding any additional materials to the tank.

6. Resume agitation.

7. Add any other wettable powder or dry flowable formulation.

When mixing this product or any other wettable powder or dry flowable product with fluid fertilizer, premix with water to form a slurry and then add slowly to the mixing tank.

8. If a flowable pesticide formulation is used, premix with one part water, and add

slowly to tank.

9. Add emulsifiable concentrate pesticide formulations to the tank.

10. Add water-soluble liquid pesticide formulations followed by surfactants, marker dyes or foams, or drift control additives while continuing the filling process.

Remove the hose from the mixing tank immediately after filling to avoid siphoning back into the carrier source. Maintain good agitation at all times until the contents of the tank are sprayed. If the spray mixture is allowed to settle, agitate thoroughly to re-suspend the mixture before resuming spraying.

Physical Compatibility Test

Before mixing this product with fluid fertilizers and/or other pesticides, it is recommended that the compatibility of the tank mixture be tested by mixing proportionate amounts of each component in a small glass jar according to the following instructions:

If components are incompatible, the use of a compatibility agent is recommended. Repeat the above compatibility test with a suitable compatibility agent (one-half teaspoon per pint jar is equivalent to 2 pints per

100 gallons of spray solution). Do not use mixtures that show incompatible signs such as formation of crystals, flakes, sludge, gels, oil films or layers.

Grass and Broadleaf Weeds Controlled by Dimension

Ultra 40 WP

Used as directed, Dimension Ultra 40WP controls annual grass and broadleaf weeds listed in the table below if applied prior to their emergence. This product will not control emerged broadleaf weeds or grasses, (except for crabgrass up to tillering stage of development, and when individual plants have five leaves or less). Therefore, the area to be treated must be free of weeds prior to application.

Grasses

barley barnyardgrass bluegrass, annual brome crabgrass, large crabgrass, smooth

Hordeum spp.

Echinochloa crus-galli

Poa annua

Bromus spp.

Digitaria sanguinalis

Digitaria ischaemum

crabgrass, Southern

Digitaria ciliaris

crowfootgrass

Dactyloctenium aegyptium

dallisgrass (seedling)

Paspalum dilatatum

foxtail, giant foxtail, green foxtail, yellow goosegrass

Setaria faberi

Setaria verdi

Pennisetum dandestinum

Eleusine indica

kikuyugrass

Mary’s grass ryegrass

(annual & perennial)

Pennisetum clandestinum

Microstegium vimineum

(Trin.) A. Camus var. imberbe

oats, wild

Avena fatua

Lolium spp.

sandbur smutgrass

Cenchrus spp.

Sporobolus indicus

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Broadleaf Weeds

bittercress geranium, Carolina henbit

Cardamine spp.

Geranium carolinianum

Lamium spp.

knotweed, prostrate

Polygonum aviculare

lespedeza, common

Lespedeza striata

marestail

Conyza canadensis

medic, black mulberry weed mustard oxalis, buttercup

Medicago lupulina

Fatoua villosa

Brassica spp.

Oxalis pes-caprae

parsley-piert pigweed, redroot pineappleweed purslane, common rocket, London shepherdspurse speedwell, corn spurge, garden

Alchemilla arvensis

Amaranthus retroflexus

Matricaria matricarioides

Portulaca oleracea

Sisymbrium irio

Capsella bursa-pastoris

Veronica arvensis

Euphorbia hirta

spurge, prostrate spurge, spotted

Euphorbia humistrata

Euphorbia maculata

woodsorrel, creeping

Oxalis corniculata

woodsorrel, yellow

Oxalis stricta

Uses

Turfgrass

Do not apply more than 0.5 lb ai/acre per application. This is equivalent to 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft

(1.25 lb/acre of product) per application.

Do not apply more than 1.5 lb ai/acre per year using split or sequential applications. This is equivalent to 12 water-soluble pouches per acre or 1.38 oz/1000 sq ft (3.75 lb/acre of product) per year.

In New York State, do not apply more than 0.25 lb ai per year. This is equivalent to 2 water-soluble pouches (0.625 lb/acre) per acre or

0.23 oz/1000 sq ft of Dimension Ultra 40WP.

Dimension Ultra 40 WP should only be applied to turf that is composed of the following turfgrass species that have been determined to be tolerant to applications of this product. When applied as directed under the conditions described, the following established turfgrasses are tolerant to this product:

Use Dimension Ultra 40 WP on seeded, sodded, or sprigged lawns and ornamental turfs that are well-established. Newly established turf must have developed a good root system and a uniform stand, and have received at least two mowings following seeding, sodding, or sprigging before making the first application of this product. Use of this product on turf that is not well-established, or has been weakened by weather-, pest-, disease-, chemical-, mechanical or other related stress, may result in turf injury.

Established

Cool-Season Turfgrasses

Common Name

bentgrass, creeping

† bluegrass, Kentucky fescue, fine

†† fescue, tall ryegrass, perennial

Established

Warm-Season Grasses

Common Name

bahiagrass bermudagrass

††† buffalograss

†††† carpetgrass centipedegrass kikuyugrass seashore paspalum

St. Augustinegrass zoysiagrass

Scientific Name

Agrostis palustris

Poa pratensis

Festuca rubra

Festuca arundinacea

Lolium perenne

Scientific Name

Paspalum notatum

Cynodon dactylon

Buchloe dactyloides

Axonopus affinis

Eremochloa ophiuroides

Pennisetum clandestinum

Paspalum vaginatum

Stenotaphrum secundatum

Zoysia japonica

Specific Use Precautions and Restrictions:

• Do not apply this product on golf course putting greens

• Dimension will prevent the germination of annual bluegrass.

Dimension will not affect established annual bluegrass.

If maintenance of annual bluegrass is desired, using this product during the time of annual bluegrass germination is not recommended. In the states of AZ, CA, NV, OR, WA, NM, ID, MT and

UT Dimension may contribute to the thinning or stand reduction in established stands of annual bluegrass.

• It is recommended that sod be established for at least six (6) months before a Dimension Ultra 40WP application is made.

Do not apply this product within three (3) months of harvesting sod.

• Early postemergence applications of this product will control crabgrass only if applied prior to when individual plants have five leaves or less (first tiller) stage of growth of crabgrass.

• For best results, cultural practices that disturb the soil, such as core-, spike-, or hydro-aerification, and verticutting, should be done before application of this product.

Do not apply this product until the grass has recovered from cultural practices such as core-, spike-, or hydro-aerification, and verticutting,.

Do not use clippings from treated turf for mulching around vegetables or fruit trees.

Do not graze livestock or feed foliage cut from areas treated with this product.

Do not use this product on certain varieties of creeping bentgrass, such

as ‘Cohansey’, ‘Carmen’, ‘Seaside’, and ‘Washington’ as undesirable turfgrass injury may result. Not all varieties of creeping bentgrass have been tested.

Do not apply this product to colonial bentgrass (Agrostis tenuis) varieties.

††

Do not use this product on certain varieties of fine fescue as use may

result in undesirable turf injury. The following fine fescue varieties have been found to be sensitive to this product: ‘Atlanta’, ‘Banner’,

‘Beauty’, ‘Bilgart’, ‘CF-2’, ‘Enjoy’, ‘HF-93’, ‘Highlight’, ‘Ivalo’,

‘Jamestown’, ‘Koket’, ‘Majenta’, ‘Mary’, ‘Pennlawn’, ‘Tamara’,

‘Tatjana’, ‘Waldorf’, and ‘Waldina’. Not all varieties of fine fescue have been tested.

†††

Do not use this product on ‘Tifgreen’ (328) hybrid bermudagrass as

use may result in undesirable turfgrass injury. Other common and hybrid Bermudagrass varieties are tolerant

††††

Do not use this product on seedling buffalograss in the spring of

the first year of establishment until the turfgrass is fully green and has established new roots.

Reseeding, Overseeding, or Sprigging

Reseeding, overseeding, or sprigging of treated areas within 3 months after a single application of this product, or 4 months after a split application program totaling more than 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft (1.25 lb/ acre), may inhibit the establishment of desirable turfgrasses. However, overseeding of bermudagrass with perennial ryegrass 8 weeks after an application or as early as 6 weeks after application if slight injury to perennial ryegrass can be tolerated, is a recommended exception.

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When reseeding or overseeding, proper cultural practices such as soil cultivation, irrigation and fertilization should be followed. For best results, use mechanical or power seeding equipment (slit seeders) designed to give good seed to soil contact.

Application Frequency and Timing.

This product may be applied as a single application, as a split application, or as a sequential application for crabgrass control in the spring, summer, or fall.

Application Directions

Early Summer or Spring Applications

Application Equipment and Instructions

Apply Dimension Ultra 40 WP through conventional liquid application equipment in a sufficient volume of carrier solution to provide a uniform spray distribution. Applying this product through cluster nozzles or other boomless spray equipment may not give satisfactory results due to variability in application volume and spray pattern. A hand held spray gun may be used. Calibrate application equipment prior to usage. Avoid streaking, skips, or excess overlaps during application. The use of marker dyes or foams aids in making more accurate applications.

For applications made in the spring or early summer, this product should be applied at the appropriate rate corresponding to one of the three control programs listed in the table below. The rate used depends on the user’s location, the mowing height of the turfgrass, and whether the use is considered to be preemergence or early postemergence at the time of the application. The duration of residual weed control provided by this product is directly related to the total rate applied, but will vary somewhat depending on weather, weed pressure, turfgrass competitiveness, and the user’s location within a region.

Chemigation: Do not apply this product through any type of irrigation system.

Late Summer or Fall Applications

Crabgrass Control

Preemergence and Early Postemergence Control.

This product provides “preemergence” control of crabgrass (including the large, smooth, and southern species) when applied prior to the emergence of crabgrass in established lawns and ornamental turfs. It can also provide “early postemergence” control of crabgrass during the early stages of crabgrass growth after the crabgrass has emerged . However, it is often difficult to see the very small, early stages of crabgrass in well-established lawns and ornamental turfs. Early post-emergence crabgrass control will be obtained only when this product is applied prior to the tillering of crabgrass, which generally corresponds to the time when you can first easily see the crabgrass plants in the lawn or turf.

The practical benefit of this product’s additional, early postemergence activity is a “window of application” during which control of crabgrass can be achieved that is 2 to 8 weeks longer than products that provide only preemergence control. Depending upon climatic conditions and rate of growth, the time from crabgrass emergence until tillering will vary from 2 to 8 weeks. The addition of a nonionic surfactant at 0.5% by volume (2 qt per 100 gallons of spray) may improve early postemergence control.

Read and follow the surfactant manufacturer’s label recommendations.

Tank Mixtures for Postemergence Control of Crabgrass

Application of this product alone provides early postemergence control of crabgrass when treated prior to the tillering stage of growth. For postemergence control of tillered crabgrass up to 3 tillers, this product may be applied in tank mix combination with either MSMA or Acclaim.

If preemergence herbicides have been applied prior to a postemergence application, use the applicable Program 1 or Program 2 use rate of

Dimension Ultra 40WP for your area; otherwise, apply the Program 3 use rate.

This product can also be applied in the late summer or early fall (late

August through November) at the “Program 3” use rates listed in the table below to provide control of crabgrass through the early part of the next spring. A fall application followed by an appropriately timed spring application can provide season-long weed control. Do not exceed the maximum use rate per year. For Poa annua control see Section titled “Poa annua (Annual Bluegrass) Control” below Recommended Use Rate table.

Use Program 1 for preemergence control in turfgrass that is cut relatively high (e.g., residential lawns). This program provides 3-5 months of preemergence crabgrass control and will also provide early postemergence control of crabgrass up to the 3-leaf stage at sites where turfgrass is cut relatively high.

Use Program 2 for preemergence control at sites where (a) turfgrass is cut relatively low (e.g., golf fairways), and (b) turfgrass maintenance or weed control has been conducted during the previous year. This program provides 4-6 months of preemergence crabgrass control and may also be used for early postemergence control up to crabgrass tillering at sites where turfgrass is cut relatively high.

Use Program 3 for preemergence control at sites where (a) turfgrass is cut relatively low (e.g., golf fairways) and (b) turf maintenance or weed control has not been conducted during the previous year. This program provides 4-6 months of preemergence crabgrass control and may also be used for early postemergence control up to crabgrass tillering at sites where turfgrass is cut relatively low (e.g., golf fairways). Make subsequent, sequential pre and/or postemergence applications where longer periods of control are desired. Split applications may also be made, with the rates in the Recommended Use Rates table being split across two applications made 5 to 10 weeks apart. Split applications may provide improved weed control.

A compatibility test (see the “Physical Compatibility Test” in “Mixing

Instructions” section) is required before tank mixing this product with fluid fertilizers and/or either MSMA or Acclaim herbicide.

Refer to the labels for MSMA or Acclaim for information on tolerance of specific turfgrass species and observe all limitations, precautionary statements, and use restrictions on the respective labels when using them in tank mixtures.

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Use Rate Table

Region

All states except NY a and parts of states not listed in transition, south, coastal south or west.

Transition- DE, KS, KY, MD,

MO, NJ, VA, southeastern

PA, southern areas of IL, IN,

OH, & coastal areas of CT,

& RI

South- AL, AR, GA, LA,

MS, NC, NM, OK, SC, TN,

& TX

Coastal South- - HI, FL, & southern coastal areas of

AL, GA, LA, MS, NC, SC,

& TX

WEST - AZ, CA, & NV. In this climatically diverse region, use the higher rates in local areas with longer crabgrass seasons.

Application Rates

Number of square feet per water-soluble pouch per treatment

Number of pouches per acre

Pounds per acre

Pounds ai/per acre

Number of square feet per water-soluble pouch per treatment

Number of pouches per treated acre

Pounds per acre

Pounds ai/per acre

Number of square feet per water-soluble pouch per treatment

Number of pouches per acre

Pounds per acre

Pounds ai/per acre

Number of square feet per water-soluble pouch per treatment

Number of pouches per acre

Pounds per acre

Pounds ai/per acre

Number of square feet per water-soluble pouch per treatment

Number of pouches per acre

Pounds per acre

Pounds ai/per acre

Program 1

29,040

1.5

0.47

0.188

21,780

2

0.625

0.25

14,520

3 b

0.95

0.38

21,780

2 + 2 c

0.625 + 0.625

0.25 + 0.25

29,040 - 21,780

Program 2

21,780

2

0.625

0.25

14,520

3

0.95

0.38

21,780

2 + 2 c

0.625 + 0.625

0.25 + 0.25

17,424

2.5 + 2.5 b,c

0.78 + 0.78

0.31 + 0.31

21,780 - 14,520

Program 3

14,520

3

0.95

0.38

10,900

4

1.25

0.5

17,424

2.5 + 2.5

0.78 + 0.78

0.31 + 0.31

14,520

3 + 3 c

0.95 + 0.95

0.38 + 0.38

21,780 b,c

1.5 - 2 b

0.47 - 0.625

0.18 - 0.25

2 - 3

0.625 - 0.95

0.25 - 0.38

2 + 2 c

0.625 + 0.625

0.25 + 0.25

a) In New York State, do not apply more than 2 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.23 oz/1000 sq ft

(0.625 lb/acre) per year.

b) The water-soluble bag should not be opened. The water -soluble bag is not designed to be re-measured or subdivided. Treat an appropriate number of acres to use a whole number of bags.

c) Preemergence applications totaling more than 0.5 lb ai/acre (greater than 1.25 lb/acre of Dimension Ultra 40WP) must be applied as a split application. The recommended interval for split applications is 5 to 10 weeks apart. Early postemergence applications are limited to 0.5 lb ai/acre

(1.25 lb of Dimension Ultra 40WP) per application.

Maximum Use Rates (All Turf Uses)

Do not apply more than 0.5 lb ai/acre per application or more than

1.5 lb ai/acre per year using split or sequential applications. This is equivalent to 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft (1.25 lb/acre of product) per application, and 12 water-soluble pouches per acre or 1.38 oz/1000 sq ft (3.75 lb/acre of product) per year.

Poa Annua

(annual bluegrass) Control

• Use limited to fairways and roughs for Poa annua (annual bluegrass) control

• Perennial varieties of Poa annua (var. repens) may not be controlled as well as the true annual.

• Do not apply earlier than 16 weeks after over-seeding unless injury to the ryegrass can be tolerated.

• A follow-up treatment 16 weeks after overseeding offers an early season crabgrass treatment and helps suppress some winter annual broadleaf weeds

Apply Dimension Ultra 40WP for preemergence control of Poa annua

(annual bluegrass) at a rate of 0.38 to 0.5 lbs active ingredient per acre. This is equivalent to 3 to 4 pouches per acre. Use the higher recommended use rates where weed infestations are dense and/or applications are made early and longer residual control is desirable.

• Apply 6 to 8 weeks before overseeding bermudagrass with perennial ryegrass. Specific to perennial ryegrass; not for Poa trivialis or bentgrass.

• Minimum seeding rate of perennial ryegrass is 400 lbs per acre.

Use Directions for Noncropland and Industrial Sites

Apply Dimension Ultra 40WP for preemergence control of annual grasses and broadleaf weeds listed in Grass and Broadleaf Weeds Controlled

Table in terrestrial noncrop areas including farm yards, fence rows, highway or roadside utility and railroad rights-of-way, airports, recreation areas, campgrounds, and industrial sites, lumber yards, tank farms, and storage areas.

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Applied preemergence, Dimension Ultra 40WP controls weeds as they germinate. This product will not control established weeds. Apply prior to germination of target weeds or to bare ground. The best weed control is obtained when applications are made to soil that is free of clods, weeds and debris such as leaves. Prior to applying, control existing vegetation by cultivation, hand weeding, or use of a postemergence herbicide.

To be effective, Dimension Ultra 40WP must be activated by 1/2 inch or more of rainfall or irrigation prior to germination of target weeds. Once the treatment is activated, avoid excessive soil disruption that may break down the herbicide barrier. Minimal surface disruption such as raking should not break down the herbicide barrier.

Dimension Ultra 40WP

Rate per 1000 sq ft

0.46 oz

Square feet per water soluble pouch

10,890

• Drift or direct sprays of this product may injure foliage of non-target plants.

Do not make applications when weather conditions favor drift to non-target areas.

Do not apply this product to grasses grown for seed.

Do not graze livestock or feed forage cut from areas treated with this product.

Do not apply this product in enclosed structures and greenhouses.

Do not apply more than 0.5 lb ai/acre per application or more than

1.5 lb ai/acre per year. This is equivalent to 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft (1.25 lb/acre) per application, and 12 water-soluble pouches per acre or 1.375 oz/1000 sq ft (3.75 lb/acre) per year.

In New York State, do not apply more than 0.25 lb ai per year. This is equivalent to 2 water-soluble pouches (0.625 lb/acre) per acre or 0.23 oz/1000 sq ft of Dimension Ultra 40WP

Specific Use Precautions for Noncrop Areas

• Do not apply when weather conditions favor drift to non-target areas. This product may injure foliage of non-target plants.

• Do not graze livestock or feed forage cut from areas treated with this product.

• For ornamentals within non-crop areas, apply only after transplanting when soil around roots has been thoroughly settled by rainfall or irrigation and no cracks are present or injury may result.

Application Rates:

Rate per acre

20 oz

Treatment of Turf or Ornamental Species not listed on the Label for

Dimension Ultra 40WP

Although this label contains a large number of ornamental species, it is not possible to include all of the ornamental plants that may be encountered in nursery or landscape settings. Users who wish to use this product on a plant species not listed on this label may determine the suitability for such use by treating a small area or small number of plants at a recommended rate. Prior to treatment of larger areas, the treated area/plants should be observed for any sign of herbicidal injury during

30 to 60 days of typical growing conditions.

The user assumes the responsibility for any plant damage or other liability resulting from use of Dimension Ultra 40WP on species not recommended on this label.

Sequential applications may be made at 3 to 4 month intervals for extended preemergence weed control. Do not exceed maximum use rates per year

Chemigation: Do not apply through any type of irrigation system.

Maximum Use Rates

Do not apply more than 0.5 lb ai/acre per application or more than

1.5 lb ai/acre per year. This is equivalent to 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft (1.25 lb/acre) per application, and 12 water-soluble pouches per acre or 1.375 oz/1000 sq ft (3.75 lb/acre) per year.

In New York State, do not apply more than 0.25 lb ai per year. This is equivalent to 2 water-soluble pouches (0.625 lb/acre) per acre or 0.23 oz/1000 sq ft of Dimension Ultra 40WP.

Use Directions For Ornamentals (Landscape, Field

Dimension

®

Grown, and Container Grown)

Ultra 40WP specialty herbicide provides preemergence control of listed annual grass and broadleaf weeds in areas planted with tolerant ornamental plants listed on this label. It is intended for use on plants being grown for aesthetic purposes in landscaped areas or in container or field grown production nurseries. When applied as directed, the ornamental plants listed on this label have shown tolerance to applications of

Dimension Ultra 40WP herbicide.

Specific Use Precautions and Restrictions

Application Timing

Apply Dimension Ultra 40WP as a directed or over the top spray around established ornamentals as directed on the tolerance ornamentals table.

When making directed spray applications, direct spray to the soil at the base of the ornamentals avoiding contact or drift to foliage.

To reduce injury potential:

• Apply product with calibrated equipment using a minimum of 2 gallons of water per 1000 square feet.

• After application apply overhead irrigation to activate the herbicide and wash Dimension Ultra 40 WP from plant surface onto soil surface.

• In the spring when buds are rapidly growing and expanding, over the top application of Dimension Ultra 40 WP may temporarily injure new growth of desirable plants. To reduce the possibility of injury at this time, wait to apply Dimension Ultra over the top of newly emerged vegetation until it has hardened off, unless your experience indicates that the ornamental plant will not be injured by over the top application.

• Do not apply to plants that are under stress such as heat, drought or frost damage.

• Apply this product only to established ornamentals (after transplanting when soil around roots has been thoroughly settled by rainfall or irrigation).

Do not apply this product to bare roots of ornamental plants as injury may result.

Do not incorporate this product into soil. Dilution of active ingredient and possible injury to plant roots may occur.

Do not apply to or around ornamental plants that have been weakened or are under stress (due to drought, flooding, excessive fertilizer or soil salts, wind injury, hail, frost damage, winter injury, injury from previously applied pesticides or injury due to insects, nematodes or diseases).

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Dimension Ultra 40WP is a preemergence herbicide that will control germinating weeds. It will not control weeds that are established. Make applications prior to weed seed germination. The best weed control is obtained when applications are made to soil that is free of clods, weeds and debris such as leaves. Prior to making an application, existing vegetation should be controlled by hand weeding, by cultivation or with a postemergence herbicide. Once an application of this product has been made, do not disturb the soil surface as the herbicide barrier will be broken. Care must be taken that soil or planting mixes have settled firmly following transplanting and that there are no cracks that would allow direct contact of this product and plant roots.

Application Rates

Make applications prior to germination of target weed species in spring, summer or fall. Sequential applications may be made at 3 to 4 month intervals to maintain weed control. Do not exceed maximum use rates per year

Apply Dimension Ultra 40WP with a calibrated sprayer that will assure accurate, uniform, spray distribution. In general, Dimension Ultra

40WP should be thoroughly mixed with clean water at 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz of product /1000 square feet (1.25 lb/acre) per application and applied at 20 to 40 psi in a minimum of one gallon of water per 1000 square feet. One 5 ounce water-soluble pouch treats 10,

890 square feet. This product may be applied as a single application or as a split application prior to weed seed germination.

Application Rates:

Rate per acre

20 oz

Dimension Ultra 40WP

Rate per 1000 sq ft

0.46 oz

Square feet per water soluble pouch

10,890

Maximum Use Rates

Do not apply more than 0.5 lb ai/acre per application or more than

1.5 lb ai/acre per year using split or sequential applications. This is equivalent to 4 water-soluble pouches per acre or 0.46 oz/1000 sq ft

(1.25 lb/acre) per application, and 12 water-soluble pouches per acre or 1.375 oz/1000 sq ft (3.75 lb/acre) per year.

In New York State, do not apply more than 0.25 lb ai per year. This is equivalent to 2 water-soluble pouches (0.625 lb/acre) per acre or 0.23 oz/1000 sq ft of Dimension Ultra 40WP.

Tolerant Ornamentals

When applied as directed under the conditions described on this label, ornamentals listed below have shown tolerance.

Name

abelia, dwarf

(Abelia x grandiflora)

abyssinian red banana

(Ensete ventricosum)

Ajuga carpet bugle

(Ajuga reptans)

(Ajuga genevensis)

almond, flowering

(Prunus gladulosa)

apple †

(Malus pumila)

arborvitae

(Thuja occidentalis)

Tolerant Cultivars

nana maurelii bronze bronze beauty

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top

x nigra pyramidalis smaragh techny woodwardii aurea nana arborvitae, dwarf golden

(Thuja orientalis) ash, green

(Fraxinus pennsylvanica)

ash, autumn purple

(Fraxinus americana)

aster, Chinese

(Callistephus chinensis)

azalea

(Rhododendron spp.) autumn purple dwarf queen brilliant buccaneer carror chimes (Belgian)

Elsie Lee exbury fashion hardijzer beauty hershey red higasa hinocrimson

Holland (hybrid)

Marion Lee northern lights orange cup orchid lights snow southern charm

Ornamental species only. Do not use on food-producing trees and plants.

8 x

Directed

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Name

azalea, flame

(Rhododendron calendulaceum)

azalea, kirishima

(Rhododendron obtusum)

bamboo, heavenly

(Nandina domestica)

barberry, Japanese

(Berberis thunbergii)

Tolerant Cultivars

compacta nana aurea dwarf pygmy green kobold pygmy red rose glow atropurpurea

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top

barberry, purple

(Berberis thunbergii var atropurpurea) basket flower

(Gaillardia grandiflora)

beach grass

(Ammophila breviligulata)

bearberry (common)

(Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) bee balm

(Monarda didyma)

begonia

(Begonia spp.) birch, river

(Betula nigra)

blackeyed Susan

(Rudbeckia hirta)

blanket flower

(Gaillardia spp.) blue fescue

(Festuca ovina

blueberry †

(Vaccinium spp.)

Massachusetts goldstrum bluecrop blue jay

Jersey north blue northland

Little John bottlebrush

(Callistemon citrinus)

bougainvillea

(Bougainvillea spectabilis)

boxwood

(Buxus microphylla)

boxwood, green beauty

(Buxus microphylla japonica)

boxwood, welleri

(Buxus sempervirens)

broom

(Cytisus scoparius)

(Genista pilosa)

camellia

(Camellia japonica)

James Walker

Scarlet O’ Hara japonica green beauty winter gem moonlight

Vancouver gold x x x x

(Camellia sasanqua)

debutante mathotiana supreme chansonette setsukgekka

Ornamental species only. Do not use on food-producing trees and plants.

x x

Directed

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

candytuft

(Iberis sempervirens)

carex, variegated

(Carex spp.)

carpet bugle

(Ajuga reptans)

(Ajuga genevensis)

cedar, red

(Juniperus virginiana)

celosia

(Celosia spp.) centaura

(Centaurea montana)

cockscomb, plumosa

(Celosia cristata)

coleus

(Coleus blumei)

columbine

(Aquilegia spp.) coneflower, purple

(Echinacea purpurea)

copper leaf

(Acalypha wilkesiana)

coreopsis

(Coreopsis spp.) corn flower

(Centaurea spp.) cotoneaster

(Cotoneaster apiculatus)

coyotebrush

(Baccharis pilularis)

cycad

(Cycas revoluta)

cypress, bald

(Taxodium distichum)

cypress, hinoki false

(Chamaecyparis obtusa)

cypress, Italian

(Cupressus sempervirens)

cypress, leyland

(Cupressocyparis leylandii) hybrid

daffodil

(Narcissus spp.) daylilly

(Hemerocallis spp.)

Tolerant Cultivars

snow white bronze bronze beauty scarlet plumosa red kewpie magnus purple moonbeam gracilis torulosa glauca

King Alfred

Aztec gold bright yellow (hybrid) single gold (evergreen)

Wilson’s yellow dianthus (sweet William)

(Dianthus spp.) delphinium

(Delphinium spp.) dogwood

(Cornus florida)

dogwood, American

(Cornus sericea)

magic fountain flavarimea

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top Directed

x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

Douglas fir

(Pseudotsuga menziesii)

dusty miller

(Senecio cineraria) elm

(Ulmus parvifolia)

eulaliagrass

(Miscanthus sinensis)

euonymus

(Euonymus japonicus)

(Euonymus fortunei)

euryops, green leaved

(Euryops pectinatus)

fan palm, European

(Chamaerops humilis)

fan palm, Mexican

(Washingtonia robusta)

fern (various)

(Asparagus spp.) fescue

(Festuca glauca)

fetterbush

(Leucothoe fontanesiana)

ficus

(Ficus retusa)

fir fraser

(Abies fraseri)

Forsythia

(Forsythia x ‘Arnold Dwarf)

(Forsythia viridissima)

(Forsythia xintermedia)

(Forsythia x ‘Meadowlark’)

(Forsythia x intermedia)

(Forsythia suspensa) fountain grass, purple

(Pennisetum setaceum)

fuchsia

(Fuchsia spp.) galium

(Galium ordoratum)

gardenia

(Gardenia jasminoides)

Garlic, variegated society

(Thulbaghia violacea)

Tolerant Cultivars

drake maiden grass

Argenteo-variegata

Auereomarginata colorata emerald gaiety emerald n’ gold gold edge gold princess

Manhattan silver king tricolor vegetus viridis rainbow nitidia arnold dwarf bronxensis dwarf lynwood gold meadowlark spring glory weeping rubrum mystery radicans white gem variegata

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top Directed

x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

geranium

(Pelargonium x hortorum) gum

(Eucalyptus citriodora)

hawthorn

(Crataegus spp.)

Tolerant Cultivars

hawthorn, Indian

(Rhaphiolepsis indica)

heather, twisted

(Erica cinerea)

hemlock, Canada

(Tsuga canadensis)

hibiscus

(Hibiscus spp.)

holly

(Ilex x ‘Nellie R. Stevens’)

(Ilex x attenuata)

holly, blue

(Ilex x meserveae)

holly, cassine

(Ilex cassine)

holly, Chinese

(Ilex cornuta)

holly, Japanese

(Ilex crenata)

cockspur white crimson cloud enchantress

Jack Evans

Washington white ballerina

Mediterranean pink blue bird brilliant hula girl

Nellie R. Stevens fosteri

Savannah blue boy blue girl

China girl burfordii needlepoint compacta hellerie

Japanese northern beauty steeds holly, yaupon

(Ilex vomitoria)

honeysuckle

(Lonicera xylosteum )

(Lonicera japonica)

(Lonicera tatarica)

hosta

(Hosta sieboldii)

(Hosta lancifolia)

ice plant

(Carpobrotus edulis)

ice plant, white trailing

(Delosperma alba)

impatiens

(Impatiens spp.)

iris

(Iris spp)

ivy, English

(Hedera helix)

jasmine, Asian

(Trachelospermum asiaticum)

jasmine, star

(Trachelospermum jasminoides)

Claveyí dwarf halliana

Canadian white

Zabelli albo marginata dwarf blue wedgewood

Bulgaria thorndale

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top Directed

x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

juniper

(Juniperus spp.)

Tolerant Cultivars

Arcadia

Armstrong bar harbor blue chip blue Pacific blue rug blue star broadmoor buffalo calgary carpet emerald sea emerald spreader endora compacta fruitlandi green gold tip hetzi hughes

Manhattan blue parsoni pfitzeriana plumosa

Prince of Wales procumbens dwarf

San Jose sargent blue sargent green scandia scopulorum moonglow spartan tamariscifolia weberi

Youngstown

Yukon belle gold coast juniper

(Juniperus chinensis)

juniper

(Juniperus procumbnes nana)

juniper

(Juniperus sabina ‘tamariscifolia’)

juniper

(Juniperus scopulorum)

king palm

(Archontophoenix

cunninghamiana)

laurel, Carolina cherry

(Prunus caroliniana)

laurel, mountain

(Kalmia latifolia)

leucothoe

(Leucothoe fontanesiana)

ligustrum, Japanese

(Ligustrum japonicum)

lily

(Agapanthus spp.)

Lily of the Nile

(Agapanthus africanus)

torulosa – Hollywood twisted prostrate Japanese garden tamarix scopulorum skyrocket bright n’ tight streamline albus

Peter Pan

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top

x

Directed

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

lilyturf

(Liriope muscari)

Tolerant Cultivars

evergreen giant lilac beauty majestic monroe white silvery sunproof variegata lilyturf, creeping

(Liriope spicata)

maple, amur

(Acer ginnala)

maple, Japanese

(Acer palmatum)

maple, Norway

(Acer platanoides)

maple, red †

(Acer rubrum)

maple, silver

(Acer saccharinum)

maple sugar †

(Acer saccharum)

marigold

(Tagetes patula)

emerald elf red sunset mock orange

(Philadelphus spp)

mondo grass

(Ophiopogon japonicus)

moss rose

(Portulaca grandiflora)

mountainash

(Sorbus aucuparia)

myrtle, crape

(Lagerstroemia indica)

honeycomb variegata wheelerís dwarf golden snowflake double white sunnyside faurei langer muskogee standard pink myrtle, wax

(Myrica californica)

narcissus

(Narcissus spp.)

oak, laurel

(Quercus laurifolia)

oak, pin

(Quercus palustris)

oak, red

(Quercus rubra)

oak, southern

(Quercus virginiana)

oak, willow

(Quercus phellos)

oleander

(Nerium oleander)

osteospermum

(Osteospermum fruticosum)

pachysandra

(Pachysandra terminalis)

palm, bangalow

(Archontophoenix cuninghamiana)

hardy red petite pink sister agnes whirligig

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top

† Ornamental species only. Do not use on food-producing trees and plants.

x x x x

Directed

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

palm, queen

(Syagrus romanzoffianum)

pampas grass

(Cortaderia selloana)

pansy

(Viola x wittrockiana)

paper flower

(Bougainvillea glabra)

peach †

(Prunus persica)

periwinkle, dwarf

(Vinca minor)

petunia

(Petunia x hybrida)

photinia, red tip

(Photinia x fraseri)

pieris

(Pieris taiwanensis)

pieris, Japanese

(Pieris japonica)

pine, Afghan

(Pinus eldarica)

pine, Austrian black

(Pinus nigra)

pine, Japanese black

(Pinus thunbergiia)

pine, loblolly

(Pinus taeda)

pine, longleaf

(Pinus palustris)

pine, mugo or Swiss Mt.

(Pinus mugo)

pine, Scotch

(Pinus sylvestris)

pine, slash

(Pinus elliottii)

pine, Virginia

(Pinus virginiana)

pine, white

(Pinus strobus)

pineapple, guava

(Feijoa sellowiana)

pittosporum, tobira

(Pittosporum tobira)

plumbago, cape

(Plumbago auriculata)

potentilla

(Potentilla fruticosa) )

(Potentilla nepalensis)

privet

(Ligustrum x vicaryii)

(Ligustrum japonicum)

Tolerant Cultivars

Barbara Karst picoti mountain fire

Wheeler’s dwarf royal cape abbotswood

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top

golden vicary regal texanum yellow tipped privet, glossy

(Ligustrum lucidum)

† Ornamental species only. Do not use on food-producing trees and plants x x x x x x x x

Directed

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Directed

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown Name

Pyracantha or firethorn

(Pyricantha x ‘Gnome’)

(Pyricantha coccinea)

(Pyracantha koidzumii)

queen palm

(Arecastrum rammanzoffianum)

quince, Japanese †

(Chaenomeles japonica)

Rhododendron

(Rhododendron spp)

Tolerant Cultivars

gnome lalandei victory

Over the Top

x album

Cunningham white

PJM purple gem silvery pink rhododendron, Carolina

(Rhododendron carolinianum)

rhododendron, catawba

(Rhododendron catawbiense)

rhododendron, rhodie max – rosebay

(Rhododendron maximum)

ribbon grass

(Phalaris arundinacea)

rockcress

(Arabis caucaisca )

rose

(Rosa banksiae)

rose, knockout shrub

(Rosa spp. hybrid) rosemary

(Rosmarinus officinalis)

rosemary, bog

(Andromeda polifolia)

salvia

(Salvia farinacea)

sedum

(Sedum spurium)

snowcap luta knockout nana rhea dragon blood red red carpet yellow royal purple smoketree, royal purple

(Cotinus coggygria)

snapdragon

(Antirrhinum spp.) snowball, common

(Viburmum opulus)

sourwood

(Oxydendrum arboreum)

spiraea

(Astilbe X arendsii)

spiraea

(Spiraea spp.) sterile fanall

Anthony Waterer red dolchica froebeli pink goldenflame red snowmound white

Van Houtte white

Ornamental species only. Do not use on food-producing trees and plants x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Name

spiraea, garland

(Spiraea x arguta) .) spruce, Black Hills

(Picea glauca var densata)

spruce, Colorado blue

(Picea pungens)

spruce, Norway

(Picea abies)

spruce, white

(Picea glauca)

sweetflag grass

(Acorus calimus)

sweetgum

(Liquidambar styraciflua)

sycamore, American

(Platanus occidentalis)

tea tree, New Zealand

(Leptospermum scoparium)

tree fern (tiki fern)

(Asparagus virgatus)

trumpet flower or Carolina

Jessamine

(Gelsemium sempervirens)

tulip

(Tulip spp)

tufted hairgrass

(Deschampsia caespitosa)

verbena, shrub

(Lantana sellowiana)

Verbena, St. Paul’s

(Verbena peruviana.)

viburnum

(Viburnum spp.) vinca (periwinkle)

(Vinca minor)

windmill palm

(Trachycarpus fortunei)

xylosma

(Xylosma congestum)

yarrow

(Achillea spp.) yaupon

(Ilex vomitoria)

yew

(Taxus cuspidata)

(Taxus x media)

Tolerant Cultivars

glauca conica ruby glow apeldoorn

St. Paul

American cranberry bush arrowood

European cranberry bush linden

Mohican wright dwarf capitata denisiformis

Acceptable Application Method Noted by a (X)

Over the Top Directed

x

Application to Field/Landscape or

Container Grown Ornamentals Noted by a (X)

Field/ Landscape

Container Grown Grown

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x

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Terms and Conditions of Use

If terms of the following Warranty Disclaimer, Inherent Risks of Use and

Limitation of Remedies are not acceptable, return unopened package at once to the seller for a full refund of purchase price paid. To the extent permitted by law, otherwise, use by the buyer or any other user constitutes acceptance of the terms under Warranty Disclaimer, Inherent

Risks of Use and Limitation of Remedies.

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Label Code: D02-164-005

Replaces Label: D02-164-004

LOES Number: 010-01573

EPA accepted 06-26-08

Revisions:

1. Sale copy: revised format to a bulleted list; removed nursery from field-grown ornamentals

2. Updated Storage and Disposal

3. Revised tank mixing directions

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4. Added specific section describing how to treat for Poa annua.

5. Reformated and moved sections for consistency with other dithiopyr labels.

6. Ornamental Table: Numerous botanical nomenclature corrected.

Plants moved to appropriate alphabetical order by common name.

Cultivar and appropriate genus species matched up. Additions and Deletions - If cultivar is underlined, species was on the label but cultivar was added, or an over the top use for that cultivar was added, noted appropriately. If species is underlined this is a new species to the label.

a. Added over the top use for bottlebrush cultivar ‘Little John’ b. Corrected species for bouganvillea cultivar James Walker and moved to appropriate place in table.

c. Added over the top use for bougainvillea cultivar ‘Scarlet

O’Hara’ d. Added new species of boxwood, green beauty Buxus

microphylla japonica

e. Listed carpet bugle under both Ajuga and carpet in table.

f. Added over the top use for purple coneflower cultivar magnus purple g. Corrected common name error from Japanese false cypress to hinoki false cypress for gracillis cultivar, added over the top use for torulosa cultivar for same genus species.

h. Added over the top and container uses for dusty miller.

i. Added over the top use for Euonymus cultivar Manhattan j. Added new species of hawthorn, Indian Rhaphiolepsis indica cultivar ballerina k. Numerous cultivars of holly were moved within the table to align them with the appropriate genus and species. There were no holly deletions, there was one new cultivar addition -

‘steeds’ cultivar of Japanese holly and one new holly species added holly, casine Ilex casine l. Jasmine, star changed to directed use, not over the top, not container.

m. Juniper species: numerous cultivars were moved to appropriately align with correct genus species. There were 2 new juniper species added: Juniperus procumbnes nana

- prostrate Japanese garden cultivar; and Juniperus sabina’

tamariscifolia’ cultivar tamarix. There were 2 new cultivars of Juniperus chinensis added ‘gold coast’ and ‘Hollywood twisted’ Hollywood twisted was previously just listed as torulosa. Over the top uses added for cultivar scopulorum skyrocket.

n. Added new species of laurel, Carolina cherry Prunus

caroliniana

o. Corrected scientificname for ‘streamline’ lily and took off over the top and container uses for this cultivar.

p. Added new species of palm, queen Syagrus romanzoffianum q. Deleted duplicate entry and added 2 nd

name to first- pine, mugo and pine, Swiss Mountain are both pine, mugo. Now table states pine, mugo or Swiss Mountain r. Pittosporum, Japan (error) changed to pittosporum, tobira.

Added over the top use for new cultivar Wheeler’s dwarf.

s. Rhododendron - deleted cultivars ‘hardy’ this was an error.

Moved ‘fashion’ under Azalea. Corrected rhodie-max to add appropriate genus species.

t. Spruce, Norway removed container uses and over the top use.

u. Added new species - tea tree, New Zealand Leptospermum scoparium cultivar ‘ruby glow’ v. Viburnum, populus ‘sterile’ and common snowball deleted as cultivars under Viburnum, these 2 are descriptors here and represent the duplicate plant earlier in table with common name = snowball, common.

w. Removed over the top and container uses for vinca

(periwinkle).

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