Spray to Swath Interval Calculator
The Spray to Swath Interval is the minimum number of days that must pass between product application and cutting your crop by swathing or straight-cutting. On pesticide labels, you’ll see it referred to as the pre-harvest interval or PHI. Cutting before this interval has lapsed can leave unacceptable residues on harvested seed. To protect the marketability of your crop, always stick to the PHI, for every crop protection product you apply.
When tank mixing, each tank mix partner is applied in accordance with its registered product label. In cases where information on the tank mix partner labels differs between them, the most restrictive directions must be followed.
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Always read and Follow the Label for every crop protection product that you apply. Along with PHI, the label contains important information, like application rate and timing, that can help you ensure your crop meets the needs of our domestic and export customers.