JURA Herbicide

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Active ingredient:
DIFLUFENICAN; PROSULFOCARB
Available from:
Globachem n.v.
Pharmaceutical form:
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
DIFLUFENICAN ANILIDE/ANILINE-NICOTINANILIDE Active 14.0 g/L; PROSULFOCARB CARBAMATE-THIOCARBAMATE Active 667.0 g/L
Units in package:
5 - 25 L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: Barley, Wheat: Harvest: NOT REQUIRED WH EN USED AS DIRECTED Grazing: DO NOT GRA ZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 10 WEEKS AF TER APPLICATION.; Host/pest details: BARLEY: [ANNUAL RYEGRASS - INCLUDING CONTROL OF GROUP D RESISTANT POPULATIONS - LOLIUM RIGIDUM]; WHEAT: [ANNUAL RYEGRASS - INCLUDING CONTROL OF GROUP D RESISTANT POPULATIONS - LOLIUM RIGIDUM]
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
88895
Authorization date:
2020-11-12

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Product Name:

APVMA Approval No:

JURA Herbicide

88895 / 122770

Label Name:

JURA Herbicide

Signal Headings:

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

667 g/L prosulfocarb

14 g/L diflufenican

Mode of Action:

GROUP

HERBICIDE

Statement of Claims:

For the control of Annual Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum) in Wheat and Barley.

Net Contents:

5 - 25 L

Restraints:

This section contains file attachment.

Directions for Use:

This section contains file attachment.

Other Limitations:

Withholding Periods:

Barley, Wheat:

Harvest: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED

Grazing: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 10 WEEKS AFTER

APPLICATION.

RLP

APPROVED

Trade Advice:

General Instructions:

This section contains file attachment.

Resistance Warning:

JURA Herbicide is a member of the thiocarbamates and nicotinanalide group of herbicides.

This product acts by inhibiting fat and carotenoid synthesis. For weed resistance

management, this product is a Group J and F herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed

biotypes resistant to this product and other Group J and F herbicides may exist through

normal genetic variability in any weed population. The resistant individuals can eventually

dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly. These resistant

weeds will not be controlled by this product or other Group J and F herbicides. Since the

occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Globachem n.v. accepts

no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of this product to control resistant

weeds. Advice as to strategies and alternative treatments that can be used should be

obtained from your local supplier, consultant, local Department of Agriculture, Primary

Industries Department or Globachem n.v. representative.

Precautions:

Re-entry Period:

DO NOT enter treated areas until spray has dried. If prior entry is necessary wear cotton

overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and chemical resistant

gloves. Clothing must be laundered after each day's use.

Protections:

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Very toxic to aquatic life. DO NOT contaminate wetlands or watercourses with this product

or used containers.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

Toxic to flora. DO NOT apply or drain or flush equipment on or near native or non-target

trees or other plants or on areas where their roots may extend or in locations where the

chemical may be washed or moved into contact with their roots.

Storage and

Disposal:

DISPOSAL

Triple-rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. Do not dispose of

undiluted chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler

or designated collection point. If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture and deliver empty

packaging to an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste management

facility is not available, bury the empty packaging 500 mm below the surface in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose, clear of waterways, desirable vegetation

and tree roots, in compliance with relevant local, state or territory government regulations.

Do not burn empty containers or product.

Safety Directions:

Will irritate the eyes and skin. Repeated exposure may cause allergic disorders. Sensitive

workers should use protective clothing. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When opening

the container and preparing product for use and using the product, wear cotton overalls

buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and elbow length chemical resistant

gloves. In addition, when mixing and loading, wear face shield or goggles and a disposable

mask, covering mouth and nose. If product on skin, immediately wash with soap and water.

If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with water. Wash hands after use. After each

day’s use, wash gloves, face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

First Aid Instructions:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia

131126; New Zealand 0800 764 766.

First Aid Warnings:

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT apply by aircraft

DO NOT use in seeding/tillage systems that cannot ensure accurate seed placement and

adequate spatial separation of seed and herbicide.

DO NOT apply more than 3.0 L/ha per single growing season.

DO NOT sow susceptible crops within 9 months of herbicide application.

DO NOT apply if heavy rains or storms are forecast within 3 days of application.

DO NOT irrigate to the point of runoff for at least 3 days after application.

SPRAY DRIFT RESTRAINTS

Specific definitions for terms used in this section of the label can be found at

apvma.gov.au/spraydrift.

DO NOT allow bystanders to come into contact with the spray cloud

DO NOT apply in a manner that may cause an unacceptable impact to native vegetation,

agricultural crops, landscaped gardens and aquaculture production, or cause contamination

of plant or livestock commodities, outside the application site from spray drift. The buffer

zones in the relevant buffer zone table/s below provide guidance but may not be sufficient in

all situations. Wherever possible, correctly use application equipment designed to reduce

spray drift and apply when the wind direction is away from these sensitive areas.

DO NOT apply unless the wind speed is between 3 and 20 kilometres per hour at the

application site during the time of application.

DO NOT apply if there are hazardous surface temperature inversion conditions present at

the application site during the time of application. Surface temperature inversion conditions

exist most evenings one to two hours before sunset and persist until one to two hours after

sunrise.

DO NOT apply by a boom sprayer unless the following requirements are met:

Spray droplets are not smaller than a MEDIUM spray droplet size category.

Minimum distances between the application site and downwind sensitive areas are

observed (see ‘Mandatory buffer zones’ section of the following table titled ‘Buffer zones for

boom sprayers’).

Application

rate

Boom height

above the

target canopy

Mandatory downwind buffer zones

Bystander

areas

Natural

aquatic

areas

Vegetation

areas

3 L/ha

0.5 m or lower

0 metres

60 metres

25 metres

1.0 m or lower

0 metres

170 metres

60 metres

Directions for Use

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION

Crop

Weeds

Rate/ha

Critical Comments

Barley

Wheat

Annual Ryegrass

(Lolium rigidum)

including control

of Group D

resistant

populations

Apply pre-emergent and incorporate mechanically by

sowing operation

(IBS).

Application

should

made

moist seedbed up to 7

days prior to sowing and

sufficient rain to thoroughly wet the top 3 to 4 cm of soil

should occur within 10 days after spraying. Avoid soil

throw into adjacent seeding rows or sites where furrow

walls

collapse.

Refer

crop

tolerance,

incorporation

tillage

requirements

under

General Instructions.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

JURA Herbicide is a short residual, soil applied, pre-emergent herbicide that is absorbed by the roots

and shoots (coleoptile) of germinating seedlings with inhibition of growth in the meristematic region.

Foliar uptake is possible but of lower effect. Upstream translocation in the plant occurs but movement

in the phloem is very unlikely. Best activity can be expected from applications before or shortly after the

germination of target weeds.

For pre-emergent application, the product should be applied to a moist smooth seedbed free of soil

clods and emerged weeds. Product efficacy may be reduced by improper incorporation, high levels of

crop or trash residues, stones or foreign matter and in areas of extremely high weed seed density such

as header rows. For optimal efficacy and crop safety in barley and wheat avoid shallow seeding and

ensure

accurate

seed

placement

that

avoids

placement

of seed

herbicide

band.

Avoid

water

repellent soils, soils subject to water logging or where furrow walls are likely to collapse. Duration and

effectiveness of weed control will depend on use rate, soil type and rainfall or irrigation after application.

Adequate

rainfall

or irrigation

should

occur

within

days

of application,

this

herbicide

requires

sufficient available soil moisture to ensure soil movement and uptake by emerging weed seeds.

Crop Tolerance

The selectivity of JURA Herbicide in cereals is a combination of positional and physiological selectivity.

Positional selectivity must be maintained by sowing at adequate depth below the herbicide band. The

physiological selectivity of JURA Herbicide is given by the ability of cereals to metabolise the herbicide

inactive compounds more rapidly than susceptible weed species. Environmental factors such as

rainfall events following application and soil type will influence product movement into the seed zone.

Crop injury may occur when used in sandy soils with high leaching potential or in all soil types when

heavy rainfall is received between sowing and emergence. Crop injury may also result from tank mixes

with other herbicides. Shallow seeding is not recommended due to the greater potential for movement

of herbicide within close proximity of the emerging crop. Conditions resulting in poor root development

or the occurrence of crop stresses including waterlogging, drought, frost, nutrient deficiency or disease

can result in unacceptable crop damage and yield loss as a result of root uptake of herbicide. Risk of

crop damage may be exacerbated where varieties with short coleoptile length are planted in conjunction

with the use of

some fungicide seed treatments. Consult your local agronomist, advisory service or

National Variety Trial (NVT) herbicide tolerance screening results for the latest information of specific

varietal tolerance.

Tillage System

IBS with knife or blade pints: Working speed should ensure adequate incorporation of product but

avoid soil throw into the adjacent seeding row. Use of press wheels will minimise potential for herbicide

to be dragged back into seeding rows. Weed control may be reduced in seeding rows as a result of

concentration of herbicide in crop inter-rows. A knife or blade point is defined as being <12 mm in width,

having no wings, inverted T or blade and is generally on a minimum 200 mm row spacing.

Full disturbance or conventional cultivation, including trailing harrows / prickle chain: Care

should be taken to ensure seed placement below the herbicide band as crop damage may result

where seed is sown too shallow.

PRODUCT MUST BE INCORPORATED INTO THE SOIL WITHIN 7 DAYS OF APPLICATION

Mixing

JURA Herbicide is an emulsifiable concentrate that mixes readily with water. Fill the spray tank to one

quarter full. Add JURA Herbicide and continue adding water to

make up to the final spray volume.

Agitate while mixing and spraying. When tank mixing wettable powder or water dispersible granule

formulations should be added to the tank first followed by suspension concentrates (flowables), water

soluble salts then JURA Herbicide or other emulsifiable concentrate formulations. Maintain thorough

agitation during mixing and application. Agitate tank mixes vigorously if allowed to stand. Note: Tank

mix spray solutions should NOT be left standing in the vat overnight.

Sprayer Clean Up

After using JURA Herbicide, empty the tank completely and drain the whole system. Thoroughly wash

inside the tank using a pressure hose, drain the tank and clean any filters in the tank, pump, line and

nozzles.

To rinse: After cleaning the tank as above, quarter fill the tank with clean water and circulate through

the pump, lines, hoses and nozzles. Drain and repeat the rinsing procedure twice.

Compatibility

As formulations of other manufacturers’ products are beyond the control of Globachem n.v. and water

quality varies with location, all mixtures should be tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.

Application

DO NOT apply by air.

Apply by ground rig only in a minimum of 50 L water/ha. Water rate selection should be based on soil

type and stubble load. Stubble loads above 40 to 50% ground coverage can reduce weed control below

acceptable levels. Water volumes greater than 70 L/ha are recommended in order to reduce the impact

of stubble in direct drill or minimum tillage systems. Use a nozzle delivering spray quality in the medium

to very coarse spray range.

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