Campbell PoaCure SC Turf Herbicide

Country: Australia

Language: English

Source: APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority)

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Active ingredient:

METHIOZOLIN

Available from:

COLIN CAMPBELL (CHEMICALS) PTY LTD

Pharmaceutical form:

SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE

Composition:

METHIOZOLIN Active 275.0 g/L

Units in package:

500 mL

Class:

A - Agricultural

Therapeutic area:

HERBICIDE

Product summary:

Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: DO NOT GRAZE TREATED TURF OR LAWN, OR FE ED TURF OR LAWN CLIPPINGS FROM ANY TREAT ED AREA TO POULTRY OR LIVESTOCK.; Host/pest details: TURF: [WINTER GRASS]

Authorization status:

Registered

Authorization date:

2023-07-01

Patient Information leaflet

                                Campbell PoaCure SC Turf Herbicide
92105/134524
Product Name:
APVMA Approval No:
Label Name:
Campbell PoaCure SC Turf Herbicide
Signal Headings:
CAUTION
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING
Constituent
Statements:
ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 275g/L METHIOZOLIN
Mode of Action:
GROUP
30
HERBICIDE
Statement of Claims:
For the control of winter grass (
Poa annua
) in recreational turf.
Net Contents:
500 mL
Restraints:
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Directions for Use:
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Other Limitations:
Withholding Periods:
DO NOT GRAZE TREATED TURF OR LAWN, OR FEED TURF OR LAWN CLIPPINGS
FROM ANY TREATED AREA TO POULTRY OR LIVESTOCK. RLP APPROVED
Trade Advice:
General Instructions:
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Half fill the spray tank with water before adding product.
PoaCure is a pre- and post-emergence herbicide that will selectively
control winter grass
(
Poa annua
) in various established golf course turf including bent grass putting
greens,
fairways, and other turf areas consisting of various cool and warm
season turfgrasses.
PoaCure is an isoxazoline class of chemical exhibiting a new mode of
action associated
with cell wall metabolism, unlike any other existing herbicide
mechanisms.
PoaCure is a very slow acting herbicide, exhibiting herbicidal
activity via plant cell
wall biosynthesis inhibition. The typical herbicidal symptom is
stunting in susceptible
grasses. Poa growth is stopped within a day, but it is difficult to
recognize in golf course
environments where low mowing is regularly practiced. There are almost
no visual
symptoms such as yellowing, whitening, burning, or twisting in the
first 2 weeks. Stunting
becomes visually obvious 2 to 3 weeks after application, followed by
slow desiccation of the
entire plant starting from the meristematic tissue. Poa responses
become clear in about 1
month, including an off-coloured to slightly brownish tint and sunken
appearance. Usually,
Poa fades away in the second month. This process typically happens
faster 
                                
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