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Should the registration of a herbicide or certain uses of a herbicide be cancelled
by federal or state agencies, recommendations thus affected herein are no longer applicable
after such action is taken. For herbicides such as MSMA, 2,4-D, diuron, etc. where
several manufacturers and formulations exist, not all formulations may be labeled
for the same uses. Use only a herbicide which has the intended use on the label. Use
of products and trade names in this handbook does not constitute a guarantee or warranty
of the products named and does not signify that these products are approved to the
exclusion of comparable products. Some tank mix treatments are listed “grower’s risk.”
This indicates the two herbicides are not labeled for the tank mix, but research has
shown them to be effective. To tank mix is not a violation of law, but it is done
at the grower’s own risk.
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