Clearcast™ herbicide is an aqueous formulation that may be diluted in water and either applied directly to water for the control/suppression of certain submerged aquatic vegetation or applied as a broadcast or spot spray to floating and emergent vegetation. Aquatic sites that may be treated include estuarine and marine sites, ponds, lakes, reservoirs, wetlands, marshes, swamps, bayous, arroyos, ditches, canals, streams, rivers, creeks and other slow-moving or quiescent bodies of water.
Clearcast may also be used during drawdown conditions. Clearcast may also be applied to noncropland sites for terrestrial and riparian vegetation control.
Clearcast is quickly absorbed by foliage and/or plant roots and rapidly translocated to the growing points stopping growth. Susceptible plants may develop a yellow appearance or general discoloration and will eventually die or be severely growth inhibited.
Clearcast is herbicidally active on many submerged,emergent and floating broadleaf and monocot aquatic plants. The relative levels of control and selectivity can be manipulated by using a choice of rates and herbicide placement (water injected or floating/emergent foliar application).
Apply Clearcast as a broadcast spray at rates up to 1 gallon (128 ounces) per acre or as a spot spray treatment with up to 5% Clearcast by volume. Applications should be made when water has receded and exposed soil is moist to dry. When treating irrigation canals, the initial flush of recharge water after application must not be used for irrigation purposes.
To make foliar applications targeting emergent weeds, uniformly apply with a calibrated broadcast or spot treatment equipment in 10 or more gallons of water per acre. Spot treatments can be made up to 5% Clearcast herbicide by volume. There are no irrigation restrictions on allowable sites for the use of treated water from flowing waters, such as irrigation canals with an average depth of 4 or more feet, for application to emergent weeds.
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