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«VisionMAX™ Silviculture Herbicide COMMERCIAL SOLUTION CAUTION POISON WARNING – EYE AND SKIN IRRITANT REGISTRATION NO. 27736 PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS ...»

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The field crew and mixer/loader must wear chemical resistant gloves, coveralls and goggles or face shield during mixing/loading, cleanup and repair. Follow the more stringent label precautions in cases where the operator precautions exceed the generic label recommendations on the existing ground boom label.

All personnel on the job site must wash hands and face thoroughly before eating or drinking.

Protective clothing, aircraft cockpit and vehicle cabs must be decontaminated regularly.

3.3.3 BOOM EQUIPMENT For control of herbaceous weeds and woody brush and trees listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label using conventional boom equipment--Apply this product in 100 to 300 L of clean water per hectare as a broadcast spray using no more pressure than 275 kPa.

3.3.4 BOOMLESS EQUIPMENT

For control of herbaceous weeds, woody brush and trees listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label using boomless equipment such as cluster nozzles--Apply this product in 100-350 L of clean water per hectare as a broadcast spray using no more pressure than 275 kPa.

3.3.5 HAND HELD AND HIGH VOLUME EQUIPMENT (use coarse sprays only) For control of herbaceous weeds, woody brush and trees listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label using knapsack sprayers, hose and reel sprayers or high volume spraying equipment utilizing handguns or other suitable nozzle arrangements.

Applications should be made on a spray-to-wet basis. Spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray to point of runoff.

3.3.6 MIST BLOWER EQUIPMENT For control of herbaceous weeds, woody brush and trees listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label--Use the recommended rate of this product in at least 200 L of water per hectare.

3.4 BUFFER ZONES

i) DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm or when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than ASAE medium classification.

ii) Aerial Application: DO NOT apply when wind speed is greater than 8 km/h (industrial rights-of-way only) at flying height at the site of application. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the ASAE coarse classification.

iii) Buffer Zones The buffer zones specified in the table below are required between the point of direct application and the closest downwind edge of sensitive terrestrial habitats (such as grasslands, forested areas, shelter belts, woodlots, hedgerows, pastures, rangelands and shrublands), and sensitive aquatic habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs, and wetlands).

Method of Application Buffer Zones (metres) required for protection of:

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Buffer zones are not required for localized applications with directed sprays, spot sprays or single stem sprays using high volume hand held equipment such as knapsack sprayers or Hose & Reel sprayers for Woodland Management, Industrial and Rights-of-Way applications.

When a tank mixture is used, consult the labels of the tank-mix partners and observe the largest (most restrictive) buffer zone of the products involved in the tank mixtures.

4.0 VEGETATION CONTROLLED

A PARTIAL LIST OF ANNUAL, PERENNIAL HERBACEOUS WEEDS, WOODY

BRUSH AND TREE SPECIES CONTROLLED INCLUDES:

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ANNUAL BROADLEAF WEEDS

Chickweed Stellaria media Cleavers Galium aparine Cocklebur Xanthium strumarium Corn Spurry Spergula arvensis Cow Cockle Saponaria vaccaria Eastern Black Flowering Nightshade Solanum ptycanthum Fleabane (Canada) Erigeron canadensis Flixweed Descurania sophia Green Smartweed Polygonum scabrum Hempnettle Galeopsis tetrahit Kochia Kochia scoparia Lady’s-Thumb Polygonum persicaria Lamb’s-quarters (common) Chenopodium album Narrow-leaved Hawk’s Beard Crepis tectorum Narrow-leaved Vetch Vicia angustifolia Night-flowering Catchfly Silene noctiflora Pennsylvania Smartweed Polygonum pensylvanicum Prickly Lettuce Lactuca scariola Ragweed (common) Ambrosia artemisiifolia Redroot Pigweed Amaranthus retroflexus Round-Leaved Mallow Malva pusilla Russian Thistle Salsola pestifer Shepherd’s Purse Capsella bursa-pastoris Smooth Pigweed Amaranthus hybridus Sowthistle (annual) Sonchus oleraceus Stinkweed Thlaspi arvense Storksbill Erodium cicutarium Velvetleaf Abutilon theofrasti Volunteer Canola Brassica spp.

Volunteer Flax Linum spp.

Wild Buckwheat Polygonum convolvulus Wild Mustard Sinapsis arvensis Wild Tomato Solanum triflorum 4.2 PERENNIAL GRASSES / SEDGES

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* Apply as a 0.7 to 1.3% solution.

** Suppression only.

*** Used in conjunction with an additional silicon-based surfactant (such as Sylgard® 309).

See "Mixing & Application Instructions" and "Forest-" or "Woodland- Management" sections of this label for additional information.

For perennial broadleaf weeds, apply when most weeds have reached early head or early bud stage of growth. For annual and perennial grasses, apply when most weeds are at least 20 cm in height (the 3-4 leaf stage of growth).

If herbaceous weeds have been mowed, tilled, or scarified, do not treat until regrowth has reached the recommended stages, as reduced effectiveness will result. Most herbaceous weeds can be treated after a mild frost, provided the leaves are still green and actively growing at the time of application. Do not apply after the first damaging frost. Allow 7 or more days after application before tillage or other soil disturbance. Repeat treatments may be necessary to control weeds regenerating from underground parts or seed.





5.0 DIRECTIONS FOR USE Spray coverage should be uniform and complete. Do not spray to the point of runoff.

Do not allow spray drift to contact non-target desirable vegetation as severe damage may occur.

5.1 RESTRICTED USES - FOREST and WOODLANDS MANAGEMENT Ground/Aerial Application for Sites greater than 500 ha (Forestry Use) Aerial Application for Sites 500 ha or less (Woodlands Use) NOTICE TO USER: This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions on this label. It is an offence under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under unsafe conditions.

NATURE OF RESTRICTION: This product is to be used only in the manner authorized;

consult local pesticide regulatory authorities about use permits which may be required.

Do not apply to any body of water populated with fish or used for domestic purposes. Do not use in areas where adverse impact on domestic water or aquatic species is likely.

In order to reduce the drift hazard to non-target plants and aquatic species when aerially treating silvicultural sites, ensure that appropriate buffer zones are maintained.

5.1.1 SITE PREPARATION Use this product as broadcast treatment at recommended rates, as listed in the "Application Rates" section, to control herbaceous weeds, woody brush and tree species listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section. Apply when brush and tree species are actively growing and when foliage is full and well-developed. For best results apply in late summer or early fall. Some autumn colours on undesirable deciduous species are acceptable provided no major leaf fall has occurred. Following site preparation application of this product, any silvicultural species may be planted.

For control of perennial weeds in site preparation application using 4.6 to 7.9 litres of this product, use 50 to 100 litres of water per hectare.

For control of vegetation on sites with infestation of ericaceous species (e.g. Kalmia spp. – sheep laurel, lamb kill), use 4.0 L/ha VisionMAX Silviculture Herbicide and an additional silicon based surfactant (such as Xiameter OFX-0309 Fluid) as per label instructions. Apply between mid-August and mid-September for maximum performance.

For enhanced control of broadleaf and woody brush species, add Xiameter OFX-0309 Fluid at a rate of 0.25% to 0.375% by volume (250 to 375 millilitres per 100 litres of water).

5.1.2 CONIFER RELEASE Use this product as a broadcast spray at recommended rates, as listed in the "Application Rates" section, to control herbaceous weeds, woody brush and tree species, as listed in "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label, to release from competition the coniferous

species listed below:

Douglas Fir Pine Pseudotsuga spp. Pinus spp.

Fir Spruce Abies spp. Picea spp.

Hemlock Tsuga spp.

For conifer release of spruce seedlings in the year of transplanting, apply 1.3 to 4.0 litres of this product per hectare in plantations of summer planted spruce species (Picea glauca, P.

Engelmanii and their hybrids). Conifers must be planted in the same year as treatment and in the field for at least 18 days prior to treatment. Seedlings to be treated must clearly show bud set and bud hardening following a dormancy induction regime in the nursery. The need for such early release treatments is expected on sites which are subject to the rapid development of herbaceous and shrub communities.

Most annual and perennial weeds will be controlled or suppressed. Applications must be made after formation of final conifer resting buds. Applications made during period of active conifer growth may result in conifer injury. Avoid application during Lammas or late season conifer growth. Some autumn colours are acceptable provided no major leaf fall has occurred on undesirable brush and tree species.

For conifer release, apply where conifers have been established for more than a year.

Vegetation should not be disturbed immediately prior to treatment or until visual signs appear after treatment. Symptoms of treatment are slow to appear, especially in woody species treated in late fall. Injury may occur to conifers treated for release, especially where spray patterns overlap or the higher rates are applied or when applications are made during periods of active conifer growth.

NOTE : This product is not recommended for use as an over-the-top broadcast spray in forest tree nurseries or in Christmas tree plantations. Applications in such sites should be limited to directed sprays (see "Conifer Release by Directed Spraying" section). DO NOT TREAT Christmas tree plantations in the year of anticipated harvest.

5.1.3 AERIAL STRIP THINNING OF CONIFERS

AERIAL APPLICATION

VisionMAX Silviculture Herbicide may be applied by aerial application equipment to thin overstocked Jack pine stands and to control herbaceous weeds, woody brush and tree species.

Apply only by fixed-wing or rotary aircraft equipment which has been functionally and operationally calibrated for the atmospheric conditions of the area and the application rates and conditions of this label.

Label rates, conditions and precautions are product specific. Read and understand the entire label before opening this product. Apply only at the rate recommended for aerial application on this label in 50 litres of water per hectare. Make only one application per year.

For aerial strip thinning of conifers (Jack pine), apply 6 – 7.9 litres of VisionMAX Silviculture Herbicide per hectare using aerial equipment applied in 50 litres of water per hectare. Add Xiameter OFX-0309 Fluid surfactant at a rate of 0.375% by volume (375 millilitres per 100 litres of water). Apply the higher rate in situations where the trees are larger and older. Applications outside of the period when shoot elongation is occurring, would also require the higher rate.

The spray boom should be designed with evenly spaced capped and uncapped nozzles in order to deliver defined strip patterns of herbicide while leaving adjacent strips untreated.

Apply when brush and tree species are actively growing and when foliage is full and well-developed. For best results apply in late spring or early summer when shoot elongation is actively occurring.

5.2 WOODLANDS MANAGEMENT Treatment of 500 ha or less SITE PREPARATION (Ground Only), FOREST ROADSIDE (Ground Only) and RIGHTS-OF-WAY VEGETATION MANAGEMENT (Ground or Aerial) Use this product as a broadcast treatment at recommended rates, as listed in the "Application Rates" section, to control herbaceous weeds, woody brush and tree species listed in the "Vegetation Controlled" section. For control of herbaceous weeds, apply when most perennial broadleaf weeds have reached the early head or early bud stage of growth.

For perennial grasses, apply when most weeds are 20 cm in height. Apply when brush and tree species are actively growing and when foliage is full and well-developed. For best results apply in late summer or early fall. Some autumn colours on undesirable deciduous species are acceptable provided no major leaf fall has occurred. Following site preparation application of this product, any silvicultural species may be planted.

For control of vegetation on sites with infestation of ericaceous species (e.g. Kalmia spp. – sheep laurel, lamb kill), use 4.0 L/ha VisionMAX Silviculture Herbicide and an additional silicon based surfactant (such as Xiameter OFX-0309 Fluid) as per label instructions. Apply between mid-August and mid-September for maximum performance.

For specific instructions for use in industrial, military bases, rights-of-way, refer to Section 5.3.

For enhanced control of broadleaf and woody brush species, add Xiameter OFX-0309 Fluid at a rate of 0.25% to 0.375% by volume (250 to 375 millilitres per 100 litres of water).

5.2.1 CONIFER RELEASE (Ground Only) Use this product as a broadcast spray at recommended rates, as listed in the "Application Rates" section, to control herbaceous weeds, woody brush and tree species, as listed in "Vegetation Controlled" section of this label, to release from competition the coniferous

species listed below:

Douglas Fir Pine Pseudotsuga spp. Pinus spp.

Fir Spruce Abies spp. Picea spp.

Hemlock Tsuga spp.

For conifer release of spruce seedlings in the year of transplanting, apply 1.3 to 4.0 litres of this product per hectare in plantations of summer planted spruce species (Picea glauca, P.



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