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Isagro USA issues amended Strada Herbicide label for Mid-South rice

New for 2008, Isagro USA has amended the Strada Herbicide label for rice grown in the Mid-South. The newly amended label includes less restrictive language pertaining to both aerial and ground applications.

The amended Mid-South label contains the following buffer zone statement: “Aerial applications shall not be made closer than 200 feet from sensitive crops. Ground applications shall not be closer than 25 feet from sensitive crops when wind direction during the ground application is away from sensitive crops. Ground applications shall not be closer than 200 feet from sensitive crops when wind direction is towards sensitive crops”

“This amended Strada WG label for the Mid-South should lessen any confusion or concern that may have occurred with last year's label,” said Mark Quick, national sales and marketing manager for Isagro USA. “We believe this labeling change will make it easier for Mid-South applicators to more effectively apply Strada WG this season.”

A copy of the revised label is available upon request or via download at www.isagro-usa.com or www.stradaherbicide.com.

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