1. No permit is required for the application of regulated herbicides during the period of September 15 to June 1 of the following calendar year.

  2. The application of the following regulated herbicides is prohibited during the regulated period beginning June 1 and ending September 15 of each year: 
    (A) Ester formulations of 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetic Acid (2,4-D)
    (B) 2-Methyl-4-Chlorophenoxyacetic Acid (MCPA);

  3. Applications of polychlorinated benzoic acids and 2,4-D Amine may be made during the regulated period with a permit from the Texas Department of Agriculture.

  4. Research conducted by the Texas A&M University System under the auspices of brush and weed control, using all regulated herbicides, will be allowed during the regulated period. Aerial applications must provide a buffer zone of at least five statute miles from any susceptible crops, and wind velocity must not exceed 10 mph during application. The research will be allowed during the period beginning June 1 and ending September 15 of each year. The department shall be notified before the commencement of such research projects.

  5. Boundary-Starting on the East end of the County moving West.  The boundary line follows the Little Wichita River West, following Long Creek to 148 then follows 148 North to intersection with Highway 79.  Then turns west along Hwy 79 into Gaines Road and following Gaines road into 2393 proceeding north to 1740 and following 1740 West to the Wichita County Line.  The restriction will apply to all lands North and East of this boundary line.  All lands south and west of these boundaries are exempted from the restriction.

  6. A permit is required for the application of regulated herbicides in that portion of Clay County that is restricted between the dates of June 1 and September 15 each year. Aerial applications must provide a buffer zone of at least five statute miles from any susceptible crops, and wind velocity must not exceed 10 mph during application.

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