Common Name: Picloram - 10.2% and 2,4-D 39.6%; Acid Equivalent: Picloram 5.7% -. 54 lbs./gal., 2,4-D 21.2% - 2 lbs./gal.
Formulation: Water-soluble liquid (amine salt)
Signal Word: Warning
Toxicity: Slightly toxic; oral LD (50):2,500 mg/kg
Use Classification: Restricted Use
Minimum Required Personal Protective Equipment: Long-sleeved shirt, long pants, shoes, socks, protective eyewear, and chemical-resistant gloves. Coveralls or chemical-resistant apron must be worn when mixing or loading.
Activity: Absorbed through foliage, cut surface, and root uptake
Mode of Action: Concentrates in active growing tissue (meristems), causing uneven cell growth and division
Selectivity: Broad-spectrum, although most grasses are resistant
Precautions: Causes substantial but temporary eye injury; toxic to nontarget plants at very low concentrations, apply spray drift reduction strategies; known to leach through soil into groundwater in areas where soils are permeable and water table is shallow; toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates
Application Methods: Foliar spray (aerial and ground), cut stump, stem injection, frill girdle