Herbicide Label

Kochia weed

NDA Releases Guidance for Enlist Herbicide Runoff Prevention Label Requirements

May 17, 2022
Both Enlist herbicide labels require the applicator to select mitigation measures worth a certain number of "credits" to avoid product runoff from the application site and subsequent surface water contamination.

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Pesticide label

Aminopyralids: Restrictions for Grazing, Compost and Manure

April 7, 2022
The EPA is currently reviewing a group of pyridines for residue concerns in manure and compost, and producers are encouraged to evaluate their grazing and compost plans before application of these herbicides.

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Corn and soybean field

Update by Environmental Protection Agency on Enlist Products: What Does that Mean for Nebraska Growers?

March 31, 2022
Enlist corn and Enlist soybean producers in Nebraska will be able to use Enlist One and Enlist Duo herbicides in the 2022 growing season following a revision of U.S. EPA guidelines this week.

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Herbicide label section
Figure 1. A careful read of the herbicide label provides important legal and educational information for your weed management program. An example of a group 2 herbicide from the sulfonylurea family and a list of other herbicides that belong to the same group and family. Paying attention to the group name makes it easier to ensure that herbicide(s) from the same group are not repeated within a growing season or the next year.

What Should You Look For in a Herbicide Label

January 26, 2018
A herbicide label is a legal document providing important information about a herbicide, its appropriate use, and the precautions needed to avoid off-target movement and to protect environmental quality. It can also help you achieve the most efficient and sustainable application. Learn more about what to watch for on herbicide product labels.

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