Command aerial label unchanged despite recent misunderstandings

Baldwin, Ford L.
April 2013
Delta Farm Press;4/5/2013, Vol. 70 Issue 14, p8
The article discusses the aerial label for the herbicide, Command, in 2013. The author notes that a 24-C label on Command, which guides how the herbicide is aerially applied, has not been canceled and explains the intention of a statement on the Command label that mistakenly led farmers to believe the product could not longer be applied aerially.


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