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Herbicides

Serving Growers Since 1972

Me-Too-Lachlor™

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Me-Too-Lachlor is a selective herbicide for residual control of most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds in Cotton, Peanuts, Pod crops, Potatoes, Safflowers, Soybeans and Tomatoes.

 

Features and Benefits

  • Timing flexibility: Pre-plant surface-applied, Pre-plant incorporated or Pre-emergence treatment
  • Post-emergent applications in Cotton and Soybeans
  • Contains 8 pounds of Metolachlor per gallon
  • For use in aerial, chemigation and ground applications
  • Resistance Management: Group 15 Herbicide

 

FAQ

How important is rainfall to the effectiveness of Me-Too-Lachlor?
Irrigation or rainfall should occur within 2 days of application, assuring adequate moisture for activation. If this does not occur weed control may be decreased.

What are the plant back restrictions after the use of Me-Too-Lachlor?
Any crop on this label may be replanted immediately after treatment. Some other crops can be planted, but please see label for specific recommendations.

 

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