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17
May
2013
Section 18 emergency exemption approved for AV-1011 bird repellent
Author: Jarrod Hardke, Rice Extension Agronomist

AV-1011 Bird Repellent for rice seed has received a Section 18 emergency exemption for use in Arkansas until June 15, 2013.  This product has shown to be effective at preventing bird depredation of rice seed.

Rice seed treated with AV-1011 is approved for use in drill, water, and broadcast systems.  The use-rate for AV-1011 seed treatment is 18.3 fluid ounces per 100 lbs of seed.  The cost per acre of this product will be dependent upon seeding rate.

Situations where this product could have the greatest benefit for rice growers include:

  • Late-planted, isolated rice fields.
  • Rice fields that are water-seeded.
  • Rice fields that are broadcast-seeded.

Field re-entry periods and other restrictions apply to the use of this product.  Always read and follow label directions.

Please contact your local seed dealer for more information about having your seed treated with this product.

The approved registration and label can be found on the Arkansas State Plant Board website here:

http://plantboard.arkansas.gov/Pesticides/Documents/13AR03_Section%2018%20AV-1011%20Bird%20Repellent%20for%20Rice%20Seed.pdf

 


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