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Weed-Hoe® 108
MSMA

Weed-Hoe® 108 provides control of tough broadleaf weeds and grasses for post direct applications to cotton.

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Broadleaf Weeds Controlled
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Barnyardgrass
Johnsongrass
Pigweed
Crabgrass
Goosegrass
Morningglory
Sandbur
Watergrass
Bahiagrass

Dallisgrass
Nutsedge
Chickweed
Cocklebur
Foxtail
Ragweed
Bullnettle
Woodsorrel

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Recommended Application Rates


POSTEMERGENT APPLICATION AS AN OVER-THE-TOP BROADCAST SPRAY
When cotton is 3 inches high until early first square stage. Mixing rate of 1 to 1 ¼ pints of product in 40 gallons of water for ground-equipment or 5 to 10 gallons of water by air. A second or repeat application, if needed, should be timed 1 to 3 after.

  • Do not make more than (2) applications total per season.

POSTEMERGENT DIRECT SPRAY APPLICATION
Mix Weed-Hoe® 108 at the rate of 2 2/3 pints on 40 gallons of water per acre. Band applications apply 1 gallon of above 1 diluted spray per acre for each1 inch bandwidth for cotton grown on 40 inches rows. A second application if needed should be timed 1 to 3 weeks after.

  • Keep spray off cotton foliage.
  • Apply only when cotton is inches to first bloom
  • Slight burning and reddish discolor of cotton foliage may occasionally be seen following treatment, how ever cotton plants will develop normally.

Application Methods


Weed-Hoe® 108 should be applied with low-volume, low pressure, properly calibrated sprayer with satisfactory pumping and bypass action. Adjust nozzles in a manner to allow maximum coverage.

Best results are obtained on young, actively growing weeds at air temperature above 70 degrees. Adequate coverage is very important for effective weed control.

  • Do not store spray solution in tank for prolonged period.
  • Do not feed foliage to livestock or graze.
  • Do not apply after first bloom.
  • Do not re-enter treated area for 12/hours after treatment.
  • Do not allow spray to drift to contact adjacent crops or injury will result.

Always read and follow label directions.

 

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