Acumen Herbicide for use in alfalfa grown for seed production, corn (field, pop, seed, sweet), cotton, edible beans, forage legumes, garlic, grain sorghum, lentils and peas, nonbearing fruit tree and nut tree crops, nonbearing vineyards, onions and shallots (dry bulb), peanuts, potatoes, rice, soybeans, sugarcane, sunflowers, and tobacco.
Description: Pendimethalin 3.3
Acumen Herbicide is a meristematic inhibitor that interferes with the plant’s cellular division or mitosis. This and/or other products with the meristematic inhibiting mode of action may not effectively control naturally occurring biotypes of some of the weeds listed on the label. A weed biotype is a naturally occurring plant within a given species that has a slightly different, but distinct, genetic makeup from other plants.
Acumen Herbicide will provide most effective weed control when applied by ground or aerial equipment and subsequently incorporated into soil within 7 days after application by rainfall, sprinkler irrigation, or mechanical tillage prior to weed seedling emergence from soil. ACUMEN can also be applied through chemigation, including flooded basin irrigation systems. Acumen Herbicide is recommended for preplant surface, preplant incorporated, surface incorporated, pre emergence, early postemergence, postemergence incor porated (CULTI- SPRAY) or layby treatment.