It is violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
For outdoor use around the home only.
STOP Do not apply this product in a way that will contact any person or pet, either directly or through drift. Keep people and pets out of the treated area during application. Do not allow people or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried. Do not apply directly to or near water, storm drains, gutters, sewers or drainage ditches. Do not apply within 25 ft of rivers, fish ponds, lakes, streams, reservoirs, marshes, estuaries, bays and oceans. Do not apply when windy. To prevent product runoff, do not overwater the treated area(s) to the point of runoff or apply when raining or when rain is expected that day.
Other Use Precautions and Restrictions
Avoid spray drift onto vegetables, flowers, ornamental plants, shrubs, trees and other desirable plants since injury may result. Do not spray where grass is emerging from dormancy. Do not apply to newly seeded lawn grasses until well established. Do not spray when temperature exceeds 85°F. Seed can be sown three to four weeks after application. Do not use on carpetgrass, dichondra, closely mowed bentgrass, or on lawns where desirable clovers are present.
This treatment may cause temporary injury (chlorosis or slight yellowing) to St. Augustinegrass and centipedegrass; however, this discoloration will disappear seven to 10 days after application. Do not use this product on Floratam variety of St. Augustinegrass in Florida. Do not spray roots of trees and ornamentals. Do not exceed specified dosages for any area; be particularly careful within driplines of trees and other ornamentals.
The maximum application rate to turf is 0.6 lb 2,4-D acid equivalent per acre per application per site. The maximum number of broadcast applications per treatment site is two per year. Wait a minimum of 30 days between the two applications.
Black medic, buckhorn, burdock, chickweed, chicory, clover, dandelion, dock, English daisy, ground ivy, healall, knotweed, lambsquarters, mallow, morning glory, oxalis (woodsorrel), pigweed, plantain, poison ivy, poison oak, purslane, ragweed, red clover, speedwell, spurge, stitchwort, wild carrot, wild clover, wild garlic, wild lettuce, wild onion, yarrow and many other broadleaf weeds.