FOR DISTRIBUTION AND USE ONLY WITHIN IDAHO
EPA Reg. No. 34704-868 EPA SLN No.: ID- 060017
FOR WEED CONTROL IN CLOVER
GROWN FOR SEED PRODUCTION
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
This label expires December 31, 2010.
Follow all applicable directions, restrictions, Worker Protection Standard requirements, and
precautions on the EPA-registered product label for STEALTH herbicide, EPA Reg. No. 34704-868.
This labeling must be in the possession of the user at the time of application.
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
STEALTH controls most annual grasses and certain broadleaf weeds as they germinate, but it will not control
established weeds. Unusually cold, excessively wet, or hot and dry conditions that delay germination or extend
it over a long period of time may reduce weed control.
Some stunting and chlorosis of the clover may occur with postemergence applications.
Applications when clover exceeds 6 inches in height may result in poor weed control in the crop row
due to possible reduced spray coverage to the soil. DO NOT exceed 4.8 quarts of product per acre in any
one crop season. DO NOT apply this product through any type of irrigation system. Uniformly apply in 10 or
more gallons of water per acre with ground equipment.
Apply STEALTH at optimum application timing for dodder or other weed control to established clover at a
broadcast rate of 1.2 to 4.8 quarts per acre prior to weed emergence. Apply STEALTH before clover exceeds
6 inches in height.
STEALTH is most effective when mechanically incorporated, or when incorporated in the weed germination
zone by rainfall or irrigation within 7 days of application.
DO NOT apply to seedling clover. DO NOT use on peat or muck soils.
SPECIAL CROP USE RESTRICTIONS: Use of this product according to this label is deemed a
non-food use and as such is not for use on field producing clover for livestock feed.
DO NOT feed or graze clover