GLYPHOSATE

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • NUFARM GLYPHOSATE 360 HERBICIDE
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Aqueous
  • Units in package:
  • 1L,2.5L,5L,10L,20L,110L,200L,400L,500L,800L,1000L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • NUFARM GLYPHOSATE 360 HERBICIDE
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • AGRICULTURAL AREA - GENERAL | AGRICULTURAL/FARM BUILDINGS | AVOCADO PLANTATION | BANANA PLANTATION | BAND SPRAYING | BLUEBERRY |
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group M Herbicide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • AFRICAN BOXTHORN | AFRICAN LOVEGRASS | AFRICAN TURNIP WEED | AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL PHALARIS | ANNUAL WEEDS | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | AUSTRALIAN BLUEBELL - W. STRICTA | BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.) | BARBED WIRE GRASS | BARLEY GRASS | BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP. | BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED | BLACKBERRY | BLADDER KETMIA | BLADY GRASS | BOGGABRI WEED | BRACKEN | BROME GRASS | BROWN BEETLE GRASS - DIPLACHNE SPP. | BROWNTOP BENT | BULLICH | BUNCH SPEARGRASS | BURR MEDIC | BUTTON GRASS | CALIFORNIAN THISTLE | CALOMBA DAISY | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CAMPHOR LAUREL | CANARY GRASSES | CAPEWEED | CARPET GRASS | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHICKWEED | CHINESE SCRUB | CLOVER | COBBLER'S PEGS | COCKSFOOT | COLUMBUS GRASS - SEEDLING | COMMON FUMITORY | COMMON REED OR PHRAGMITES | COUCH | COUCH GRASS | CROFTON WEED | CUDWEED | CUMBUNGI | DEADNETTLE | DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP. | DOCK | DOCK -
  • Product summary:
  • For the control of annual and perennial weeds in many situations.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered but not available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31399/0801
  • Authorization date:
  • 31-08-2001
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

Patient Information leaflet: composition, indications, side effects, dosage, interactions, adverse reactions, pregnancy, lactation

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

1 L, 2.5 L, 5 L, 10 L &

Date: 08.08.01

Page 1 of 22

Herbicide Draft

20 L label

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm

Glyphosate 360

Herbicide

Active constituent: 360 g/L GLYPHOSATE

(present as the isopropylamine salt)

For the control of annual and perennial weeds in many

situations as per the Directions for Use table.

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET

BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.

Contents: 1 Litre

2.5 Litres

5 Litres

10 Litres

20 Litres

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North Victoria 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000

Fax: (03) 9282 1001

GROUP

HERBICIDE

M

Australian Made Logo

Info

pest

Verified

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

1 L, 2.5 L, 5 L, 10 L &

Date: 08.08.01

Page 2 of 22

Herbicide Draft

20 L label

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use,

Precautionary Statements, Safety Directions and First

Aid Instructions. This Product is a NON-SELECTIVE

herbicide for use in certain perennial crops, around

agricultural buildings, commercial and industrial areas,

domestic and public service areas, forests and pastures;

and in agricultural areas prior to establishment of any

edible or non-edible crop.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND USAGE

Spray solutions of this product should be mixed, stored

and applied only in stainless steel, aluminium, brass,

copper, fibreglass or plastic-lined containers. This

product, or spray solutions of this product, react with

galvanised steel or unlined steel (except stainless steel)

containers and tanks, to produce hydrogen gas which

may form a highly combustible gas mixture. This gas

mixture can flash or explode if ignited by open flame,

spark, welder’s torch or other ignition source. Spray

tanks, pumps, lines and nozzles should be thoroughly

rinsed with clean water following application to prevent

extensive corrosion. Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially

landing gear, after each day of spraying to remove

herbicide residues.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Nufarm Glyphosate 360 Herbicide (“Glyphosate 360”) is

a member of the Glycines group of herbicides.

Glyphosate 360 has the inhibitors of EPSP synthase

mode of action. For weed resistance management

Glyphosate 360 is a Group M herbicide. Some naturally-

occurring weed biotypes resistant to Glyphosate 360 and

other inhibitors of EPSP synthase 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 Glyphosate 360 or other inhibitors of EPSP

synthase herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant

weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Nufarm Australia

Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may result

from the failure to Glyphosate 360 to control resistant

weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-

TARGET PLANTS

Avoid contact with foliage, green stems or fruit of crops,

desirable plants and trees, since severe injury or

destruction may result.

Drift Warning

DO NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from

spraying equipment which could be expected to cause

spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent

crops, crop lands or pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND

ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams with the

product or used container. Do NOT apply to weeds

growing in or over water. Do NOT spray across open

bodies of water.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-

ventilated area away from children, animals, food,

feedstuffs, seed and fertilizers. Do not store for prolonged

periods in direct sunlight.

Triple or preferably pressure 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 bury

empty containers in a local authority landfill. If no landfill is

available, bury the containers below 500 mm in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty

containers and product should not be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with

eyes and skin. When preparing product for use wear

elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

When using controlled droplet applicator wear protective

waterproof clothing and impervious footwear. After use

and before eating, drinking or smoking wash hands, arms

and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each

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

contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information

Centre (Phone 13 11 26).

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety

Data Sheet (MSDS).

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Nufarm Australia Limited (‘Nufarm’) shall not be liable for

any loss injury damage or death whether consequential

or otherwise whatsoever or howsoever arising whether

through negligence or otherwise in connection with the

sale supply use or application of this product. The supply

of this product is on the express condition that the

purchaser does not rely on Nufarm’s skill or judgment in

purchasing or using the same and every person dealing

with this product does so at his own risk absolutely. No

representative of Nufarm has any authority to add to or

alter these conditions.”

NRA Approval No: 31399/0801

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

(2.5L, 5L, 10L & 20L only

[Barcode]

AUSTRALIAN MADE

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

110 L, 200 L, 400 L, 500L,

Date: 08.08.01

Page 3 of 22

Herbicide Draft

800 L &1000 L label

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm

Glyphosate 360

Herbicide

Active constituent: 360 g/L GLYPHOSATE

(present as the isopropylamine salt)

For the control of annual and perennial weeds in many

situations as per the Directions for Use table.

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET

BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.

Contents: 110 Litres

200 Litres

400 Litres

500 Litres

800 Litres

1000 Litres

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North Victoria 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000

Fax: (03) 9282 1001

GROUP

HERBICIDE

M

Australian Made Logo

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use,

Precautionary Statements, Safety Directions and First Aid

Instructions. This Product is a NON-SELECTIVE herbicide

for use in certain perennial crops, around agricultural

buildings, commercial and industrial areas, domestic and

public service areas, forests and pastures; and in

agricultural areas prior to establishment of any edible or

non-edible crop.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND USAGE

Spray solutions of this product should be mixed, stored and

applied only in stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper,

fibreglass or plastic-lined containers. This product, or spray

solutions of this product, react with galvanised steel or

unlined steel (except stainless steel) containers and tanks,

to produce hydrogen gas which may form a highly

combustible gas mixture. This gas mixture can flash or

explode if ignited by open flame, spark, welder’s torch or

other ignition source. Spray tanks, pumps, lines and

nozzles should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water

following application to prevent extensive corrosion.

Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially landing gear, after

each day of spraying to remove herbicide residues.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Nufarm Glyphosate 360 Herbicide (“Glyphosate 360”) is a

member of the Glycines group of herbicides. Glyphosate 360

has the inhibitors of EPSP synthase mode of action. For

weed resistance management Glyphosate 360 is a Group M

herbicide. Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant

to Glyphosate 360 and other inhibitors of EPSP synthase

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

Glyphosate 360 or other inhibitors of EPSP synthase

herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult

to detect prior to use, Nufarm Australia Limited accepts no

liability for any losses that may result from the failure to

Glyphosate 360 to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-

TARGET PLANTS

Avoid contact with foliage, green stems or fruit of crops,

desirable plants and trees, since severe injury or

destruction may result.

Drift Warning

DO NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from

spraying equipment which could be expected to cause

spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops,

crop lands or pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND

ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams with the

product or used container. Do NOT apply to weeds growing

in or over water. Do NOT spray across open bodies of

water.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-

ventilated area away from children, animals, food,

feedstuffs, seed and fertilizers. Do not store for prolonged

periods in direct sunlight.

Returnable containers (400L, 500L, 800L & 1000L)

Empty contents fully into application equipment. Close all

valves and return to point of supply for refill or storage.

Envirodrum 110L Mini Bulk Returnable Container

(110 only)

Store the original sealed Envirodrum in a cool well

ventilated area. DO NOT store for prolonged periods in

direct sunlight. DO NOT tamper with the Micro Matic valve

or the security seal. DO NOT contaminate the Envirodrum

with water or any foreign matter. After each use of the

product, please ensure that the Micro Matic coupler delivery

system and hoses are disconnected, triple rinsed with clean

water and drained accordingly. When the contents of the

Envirodrum have been used, please return the empty

Envirodrum to the point of purchase. The Envirodrum

remains the property of Nufarm Australia Limited.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with

eyes and skin. When preparing product for use wear elbow-

length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. When using

controlled droplet applicator wear protective waterproof

clothing and impervious footwear. After use and before

eating, drinking or smoking wash hands, arms and face

thoroughly with soap and water. After each day’s use, wash

gloves, face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information

Centre (Phone 13 11 26).

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety Data

Sheet (MSDS).

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Nufarm Australia Limited (‘Nufarm’) shall not be liable for

any loss injury damage or death whether consequential or

otherwise whatsoever or howsoever arising whether through

negligence or otherwise in connection with the sale supply

use or application of this product. The supply of this product

is on the express condition that the purchaser does not rely

on Nufarm’s skill or judgment in purchasing or using the

same and every person dealing with this product does so at

his own risk absolutely. No representative of Nufarm has

any authority to add to or alter these conditions.”

NRA Approval No: 31399/0801

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

(110 only)

(200 only)

[Barcode]

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

110 L, 200 L, 400 L, 500L,

Date: 08.08.01

Page 4 of 22

Herbicide Draft

800 L &1000 L label

ENVIRODRUM

AUSTRALIAN MADE

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

Label Leaflet

Date: 08.08.01

Page 5 of 22

Herbicide Draft

for all pack sizes

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm

Glyphosate 360

Herbicide

Active constituent: 360 g/L GLYPHOSATE

(present as the isopropylamine salt)

For the control of annual and perennial weeds in many

situations as per the Directions for Use table.

READ THOROUGHLY BEFORE USING.

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North Victoria 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000

Fax: (03) 9282 1001

NRA Approval No. :31399/0801

GROUP

HERBICIDE

M

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

Label Leaflet

Date: 08.08.01

Page 6 of 22

Herbicide Draft

for all pack sizes

INDEX

Directions For Use . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

Restraints . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

1. General Weed Control

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

2. Annual Weed Control

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7

3. Perennial Weed Control

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8

4. Brush and Woody Weeds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11

5. Unwanted Tree Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13

6. General Uses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

7. Conservation Tillage Uses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15

General Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Crop Establishment

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Mixing Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Tank Mixtures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19

Application Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Boom Equipment

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

High Volume/Low Volume . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Wiper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

CDA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Aerial (Aircraft) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Application Checklist

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Equipment Maintenance and Usage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Resistant Weeds Warning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Protection of Crops, Native and

Other Non-Target Plants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Protection of Wildlife, Fish,

Crustaceans and Environment

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Storage and Disposal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21

Safety Directions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

First Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Conditions of Sale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

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Date: 08.08.01

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Situation

Rate

Non-

Cultivated

Situations

BOOM:

2-3 L/ha

HANDGUN:

500-700 mL

per 100 L

KNAPSACK:

75-100 mL

per 15 L

WIPER

EQUIPMENT

CONTROLLED

DROPLET

APPLICATORS:

See Application

section.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT disturb treated weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for 1 day after treatment of annual weeds and

7 days for perennial weeds.

DO NOT treat weeds under poor growing or dormant conditions such as occur in drought, water logging,

disease, insect damage or following frost. Reduced control may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered

with dust or silt. Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness. Heavy rainfall within

2 hours of application may wash the chemical off the foliage and a repeat treatment may be required.

DO NOT use prior to transplanting tomatoes.

Weeds Controlled (all states)

Amaranth

Amaranthus spp.

Barley grass

Hordeum leporinum

Barnyard grass

Echinochloa crus-galli

Brome grass

Bromus spp.

Caltrop

Tribulus terrestris

Canary grass

Phalaris spp.

(Annual phalaris)

Capeweed

Arctotheca calendula

Cereals

(volunteer wheat,

barley, oats, sorghum)

Chickweed

Stellaria media

Cobbler’s Pegs

Bidens pilosa

Deadnettle

Lamium amplexicaule

Doublegee

Emex australis

Fumitory

Fumaria officinalis

F. muralis

Ground Cherry

Physalis ixocarpa

Lesser Swinecress

Coronopus didymus

Liverseed grass

Urochloa panicoides

Mintweed

Salvia reflexa

Paradoxa grass

Phalaris paradoxa

Paterson’s Curse

Echium plantagineum

Pigweed

Portulaca oleracea

Potato Weed

Galinsoga parviflora

Ryegrass

Lolium rigidum

Saffron Thistle

Carthamus lanatus

Silver grass

Vulpia spp.

Sow Thistle

Sonchus oleraceus

Spear Thistle

Cirsium vulgare

Spiny Burrgrass

Cenchrus spp.

Spurge

Euphorbia spp.

Sub. Clover

Trifolium subterraneum

Thornapple

Datura spp.

Wild Mustard

Sisymbrium officinale

Wild Oats

Avena spp.

Wild Turnip

Brassica tournefortii

Winter grass

Poa annua

Variegated Thistle

Silyburn marianum

Critical Comments

Annual weeds may be sprayed anytime they

are actively growing. Use the lower rate on

weeds up to 15 cm tall; increase to the higher

rate where weeds are over 15 cm tall. Visible

symptoms develop in 3-7 days, but complete

desiccation may take 20-30 days under cool

conditions.

This product does not provide residual weed

control. Repeat treatments may be necessary

to control later germinating weeds. For

residual control of ANNUAL weeds, this

product may be used as a tank mixture with

certain residual herbicides.

See Tank

Mixtures for directions.

For annual weed control in cultivated

situations see:

7. Conservation Tillage Uses

Situation

Critical Comments (Refer to Application Checklist before using).

For general weed control in Domestic areas (Home gardens),

Commercial, Industrial and Public Service areas, Agricultural

buildings and other farm situations.

For specific weeds, brush and woody weeds or unwanted

trees, refer to the appropriate WEEDS CONTROLLED table.

For the control of many grasses and broadleaf weeds.

RATE: 10 mL per Litre of water.

Apply when weeds are actively growing. Apply to ensure complete

and uniform wetting of foliage. Visible symptoms may take from

3 to 7 days to develop

1. GENERAL WEED CONTROL - FOR USE IN ALL STATES

2. ANNUAL WEED CONTROL - FOR USE IN ALL STATES

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

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Date: 08.08.01

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3. PERENNIAL WEED CONTROL

Weeds Controlled

Bamboo

(Bambusa spp.)

Bent grass

(Argrostis capillaris)

Blady grass

(Imperata cylindrical)

Bracken

(Pteridium esculentum)

Brown Beetle grass

(Diplachne spp.)

Carpet grass

(Axonopus spp.)

Cocksfoot

(Dactylis glomerata)

Couch

(Cynodon dactylon)

Cumbungi

(Typha spp.)

Flatweed (Cat’s Ear)

(Hypochoeris radicata)

Glyceria

(Glyceria maxima)

State

All States

Tas, Vic

only

Qld, NSW

only

All States

NSW only

All States

All States

All States

All States

Tas only

Rate

Boom

L/ha

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

2.5 L

9L plus

Freeway

Gold

200 mL/

100 L spray

500 mL

1.3 L

1.5 L

500 mL

500 mL

700 mL

1.3 L

700 mL

Critical Comments

150 mL

75 mL

200 mL

225 mL

75 mL

75 mL

100 mL

200 mL

100 mL

150 mL

Apply to actively growing foliage and/or regrowth

which is between 1 m and 2 m tall. Cut stump: Dilute

1:6 ie. mix 1 part of this product plus 6 parts water.

Cut stems back to 20 cm high, pour mixture down

hollow stem or wet the cut.

Apply actively growing plants in late spring when they

have some seed head development but before

summer moisture stress. Bent grass should NOT be

heavily grazed at spraying. Follow up management is

required to limit seedling re-establishment. Full

disturbance with a tyned implement should follow,

10-21 days after spraying. Application of this product

should be followed by a summer crop and/or by

re-seeding pasture or crop the following autumn.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage.

For boom application, always add the organosilicone

based surfactant Freeway Gold, otherwise reduced

results will occur.

Addition of Freeway Gold surfactant

(200 mL/ 100 L spray) may improve control with handgun

application.

Wiper application is recommended,

see Wiper Equipment

. Double pass application is

required for pipewick equipment. Bracken should be

slashed in winter/spring prior to treatment. Apply this

product in March-May to fully unfurled actively growing

fronds but prior to frosts. Visible symptoms may not be

fully apparent until the next season. Complete control

will not be achieved from one application. Repeat

treatment is recommended, preferably associated with

pasture improvement.

Apply to actively growing plants. Do not apply to

partially submerged plants.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water.

DO NOT spray across open bodies of water, and do

NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow

water to return to dry channels and drains within

4 days of application.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage.

Apply to actively growing plants when most have

reached the early head stage. In SA and WA apply to

active plants during Oct-Nov for best results.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head to

full head stage (summer-autumn). Re-treatment may

be required to restrict seedling re-establishment.

Application by wiper equipment is recommended

(not Tasmania).

Refer Wiper Equipment section.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water.

DO NOT spray across open bodies of water, and do

NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow

water to return to dry channels and drains within

4 days of application.

Apply to fully developed rosettes at the early flower

stage.

Apply to actively growing plants at the mature head

stage in late summer-autumn. Add a non-ionic

surfactant (50-60% ai) at 200-250 mL/100 L.

NOTE: Control of Glyceria is only allowable in dry

drains and channels and dry margins of dams, lakes

and streams. Do NOT apply to weeds growing in or

over water. Do NOT spray across open bodies of

water, and do NOT allow spray to enter water. Do

NOT allow water to return to dry channels and drains

within 4 days of application.

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3. PERENNIAL WEED CONTROL (con’t)

Weeds Controlled

Guinea grass

(Panicum maximum)

Hoary Cress

(Cardaria draba)

Johnson grass

(Sorghum halepense)

Kangaroo grass

(Themeda australis)

Kikuyu grass

(Pennisetum clandestinum)

Lovegrass, African

(Eragrostis curvula)

Nutgrass

(Cyperus rotundus)

Does not refer to other

Cyperus spp.

which may

be locally known as

nutgrass.

Pampas grass

(Cortaderia spp.)

Paragrass

(Brachiara mutica)

Paspalum

(Paspalum dilitatum)

Pellitory

(Parietaria judaica)

Phalaris

(Phalaris aquatica)

Phragmites,

Common Reed

(Phragmites australis)

State

All States

Vic, NSW,

Tas only

All States

NSW, Vic,

WA only

All States

All States

NSW only

SA, Vic,

NSW only

All States

Rate

Boom

L/ha

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

1.5 L

3 L plus 3 L

3-6 L

1.3 L

500 mL

700 mL plus

700 mL

1 L OR

1.3 L

1.3 L

500 mL-1 L

1.3 L

Critical Comments

200 mL

75 mL

150 mL

150 mL

150 mL

100 mL

plus

100 mL

150 or

200 mL

200 mL

150 mL

150 mL

75-150 mL

200 mL

Apply to actively growing plants when most have

reached the early head stage.

For wiper application

refer to Wiper Equipment section.

For maximum long term reduction apply from late July

to September when plants are in late rosette to

flowering stage. Plants should be actively growing and

not under stress of drought, frost or waterlogging.

Application may be integrated with long fallows.

Cultivation may start 7 days after spraying. Wiper

equipment may be used where sufficient stem

elongation occurs,

refer to Wiper Equipment

section.

In Tasmania add non-ionic surfactant (50-

60% ai) at 200-250 mL/100 L spray.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage. For application by wiper equipment on Johnson

grass, off-type and volunteer sorghum

refer to Wiper

Equipment section.

Apply to actively growing plants. Re-treatment and/or

pasture improvement is recommended to restrict

seedling re-establishment.

Non-Cultivated Situations

Apply to actively growing plants in late summer-autumn

(Feb-Apr) when at least 20% have reached the head stage.

Arable Land

Make

first application

to actively growing plants

when at least 20% have reached the head stage

(normally about Feb). After allowing maximum re-

emergence to occur (normally in 6-8 weeks) it is

essential to make a

second application

NOTE: In arable land nutgrass may rapidly regenerate

from isolated nuts. Follow up treatments should be

made as part of a nutgrass control program.

Apply to actively growing plants during spring, summer or

autumn. Ensure complete coverage of the foliage. For best

results. apply after flowering. For easier access, large plants

may be cut or burnt prior to spraying, but first allow regrowth

to reach 1 m. Use the higher rate on plants over 1 m high.

LOW VOLUME APPLICATION: Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of

this product to water. Apply 2x2 mL per 0.5 m height. Ensure

spray contacts all foliage.

Apply to actively growing plants when most have

reached the early head stage. DO NOT apply to

weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT spray

across open bodies of water, and do NOT allow spray

to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to

dry channels and drains within 4 days of application.

Apply to actively growing plants when most have

reached the early head stage.

Apply to actively growing plants prior to seeding.

Repeat applications may be necessary to control

seedlings and/or regrowth.

Apply to actively growing plants during winter-spring.

Use the lower rate where only knockdown is required

e.g. prior to burning of firebreaks. Burning can usually

start 14-21 days after spraying. For long term control

increase to the higher rate.

Apply to actively growing, fully developed plants approaching

the early head stage. Visible symptoms of control may be slow

to develop and may not be fully apparent until the next season.

For application by wiper equipment

refer to Wiper Equipment

section.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water.

DO NOT spray across open bodies of water, and do NOT

allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return

to dry channels and drains within 4 days of application.

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3. PERENNIAL WEED CONTROL (con’t)

Weeds Controlled

Plantains

(Plantago spp.)

Prairie grass

(Bromus unioloides)

Qld. Blue grass

(Dichanthium sericeum)

Red-Leg grass

(Bothriochloa ambigua)

Rhodes grass

(Chloris gayana)

Rope Twitch

(Agropyron repens)

Rushes

(Juncus spp.)

Sedge, Tall

(Carex appressa)

Silverleaf Nightshade

(Solanum elaegnifoiium)

Sorrel

(Rumex acetosella)

Soursob

(Oxalis pes-caprae)

St. John’s Wort

(Hypericum perforatum)

Thistle, Artichokes

(Cynara cardunculus)

Thistle, Californian

(Cirsium arvense)

State

All States

Tas, Vic

only

All States

NSW, Vic,

Tas only

NSW only

All States

NSW, Vic,

Tas, SA,

WA only

All States

Vic, SA

only

Vic, Tas

only

Rate

Boom

L/ha

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

2 L OR 4 L

1.5 L

700 mL

500 mL OR

500 mL

500 mL

Critical Comments

100 mL

150 mL

150 mL

75 mL OR

150 mL

300 mL

150 mL

75 mL

75 mL

150 mL

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage. Symptoms may be slow to develop.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage.

Apply in late summer-autumn to actively growing

plants with foliage at least 20 cm high. To ensure

maximum shoot emergence the area should NOT

be cultivated in the period from the preceding winter

until the time of spraying.

Apply by wiper equipment to actively growing plants.

Where there is a large proportion of dead foliage, pre-

slashing is recommended. Allow adequate regrowth

before treatment.

Refer Wiper Equipment section

for application instructions.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO

NOT spray across open bodies of water, and do NOT

allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to

return to dry channels and drains within 4 days of

application.

Apply to actively growing plants in flowering to post-

flowering period (Oct-Apr). Use the lower rate only if

the stand has been slashed prior to treatment. Re-

treatment may be necessary. Visible symptoms may

not be fully apparent for up to 3 months. Use of CDA

equipment is not recommended.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT

spray across open bodies of water, and do NOT allow spray

to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry

channels and drains within 4 days of application.

Use ONLY under good soil moisture conditions. Apply

to actively growing plants at the late flowering to berry

stage. Repeat spraying will be necessary to restrict

regrowth and seedling re-establishment.

Apply to actively growing plants when most have

reached the early bud stage. In Conservation Tillage

situations, 1.5 L/ha provides seasonal suppression.

Refer to Conservation Tillage Uses table.

For maximum long term reduction apply from late July

to early September but before natural plant yellowing

(senescence) occurs. Soursob should be actively

growing and not under stress of drought or

waterlogging. If heavy frosting has occurred allow

recovery before spraying. If heavy grazing has

occurred allow recovery of foliage to at least 5 cm

before spraying. In Conservation Tillage (eg direct

drilling) situations, application in May-July immediately

prior to sowing will give control of top growth and give

partial reduction of plant numbers.

Refer to

Conservation Tillage Uses table.

Apply to actively growing plants in the flowering to

post-flowering, procumbent stem stage (generally

Nov-May). Re-treatment, or oversowing with improved

pasture species may be necessary to restrict seedling

re-establishment.

Apply at the rosette-early head stage.

Apply to actively growing plants at the flowering stage.

To ensure maximum shoot emergence the area should

NOT be cultivated prior to spraying. Re-treatment

and/or pasture improvement may be necessary to

restrict seedling re-establishment.

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3. PERENNIAL WEED CONTROL (con’t)

Weeds Controlled

Water Couch

(Paspalum distichum)

Yorkshire Fog

(Holcus lanatus)

Bitou Bush/Boneseed

(Chrysanthemoides

monilifera)

Boxthorn, African

(Lycium ferocissimum)

Blackberry

(Rubus fruticosus)

Crofton Weed

(Eupatorium

adenophorum)

Gorse (Furze)

(Ulex europaeus)

Groundsel Bush

(Baccharis halimifolia)

State

All States

All States

Qld, NSW,

Vic, Tas

only

All States

All States

Qld, NSW

only

All States

Qld, NSW

only

Rate

Boom

L/ha

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

500 mL OR

700 mL-1 L

1-1.3 L

500 mL

1 L plus

Freeway

Gold

200 mL

700 mL-1 L

1.3 L

700 mL

75 mL OR

150 mL

100-150 mL

150-200 mL

75 mL

100-150 mL

Critical Comments

200 mL

100 mL

1:29 OR

1:19

Apply to actively growing plants in late summer-

autumn (February-March). Do not treat after March

because of the onset of winter dormancy. Full results

may not be visible until the following spring.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO

NOT spray across open bodies of water, and do NOT

allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water

to return to dry channels and drains within 4 days of

application.

Apply to actively growing plants at the early head

stage.

Apply to actively growing plants. Spray to wet all

foliage. Best results are achieved when treated at

peak flowering during winter. Do not apply during

periods of drought stress. Use the higher rate on

bushes over 1.5 m. Further treatment may be

necessary to restrict seedling re-establishment. Low

Volume Application: (eg. Gas gun and Splatter gun).

Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Use the higher rate

(1:19) on bushes over 1.5 m high.

Use the lower rate for young bushes; increase to the

higher rate for large, mature bushes. Spray to wet all

foliage. Do not spray during hot, dry summer periods.

Burning (after complete brownout), pasture

improvement and/or further treatment are

recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

Use of CDA equipment is not recommended.

Apply from flowering to leaf fall (generally Jan-May).

Plants should not be under stress of high temperature,

drought or frost. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the

higher rate on old, dense infestations over 2 m high.

Visible symptoms may not be fully apparent until the

next season. Burning (after complete brownout),

pasture improvement and/or further treatment are

recommended to control seedling and/or regrowth.

Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. In

Tasmania, do not treat bushes bearing mature fruit.

Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage. Spray

to wet all foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture

improvement are recommended to restrict seedling

re-establishment.

Apply all year round, but only to actively growing

plants. Always add Freeway Gold surfactant,

otherwise reduced results will occur. Spray to wet all

foliage. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture

improvement and/or further treatment are

recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

Apply to actively growing plants. Do not apply during

winter, nor during periods of summer drought stress.

Use the higher rate on bushes over 2 m tall. Spray to

wet all foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture

improvement are recommended to control seedlings

and/or regrowth. LOW VOLUME APPLICATION (eg.

Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Use 1:9 (10%) mixture

of product:water. Apply 2 x 2mL dose per 0.5 m bush

height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Use of CDA

equipment is not recommended.

4. BRUSH AND WOODY WEEDS

Weeds Controlled

State

Rate

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

Low Volume

Product:Water

Critical Comments

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4. BRUSH AND WOODY WEEDS (con’t)

Weeds Controlled

Hawthorn

(Crataegus spp.)

Lantana

(Lantana camara)

Mistflower

(Eupatorium riparium)

Sifton Bush/

Chinese Scrub

(Cassina arcutata)

Sweet Briar

(Rosa rubiginosa)

State

NSW, Vic,

SA, WA,

Tas only

Qld, NSW

only

Qld, NSW

only

Qld, NSW

only

NSW, Vic,

SA, WA,

Tas only

Rate

Handgun

vol/100 L

Kanpsack

mL/15 L

Low Volume

Product:Water

1-1.3 L

500 mL

1 L OR

1.3 L

1.5-2 L

150-200 mL

150 mL

75 mL

150 mL OR

200 mL

225-300 mL

Critical Comments

Apply to actively growing plants from flowering to leaf

fall. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the higher rate on

bushes over 2 m tall. Burning (after complete

brownout), pasture improvement and/or further

treatment are recommended to control seedlings

and/or regrowth. LOW VOLUME APPLICATION (eg.

Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of

product:water. Apply 2 x 5 mL dose per 0.5 m bush

height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage.

Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage.

Ensure complete treatment of individual plants. Do not

spray during periods of summer drought stress.

Burning (after complete brownout), pasture

improvement and/or further treatment are

recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

Addition of Freeway surfactant (200 mL/ 100 L) may

improve control.

LOW VOLUME APPLICATION (eg.

Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of

product:water. Apply 2 x 2mL dose per 0.5 m bush

height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. SPRINKLER

SPRAYER: Apply 6 mL of a 1:9 (10%) solution to

every square metre of treated area. Use of CDA

equipment is not recommended.

Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage. Spray

to wet all foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture

improvement are recommended to restrict seedling

re-establishment. SPRINKLER SPRAYER: Apply 3 mL

of a 1:9 (10%) solution to every square metre of

treated area.

Apply when actively growing. Ensure complete

coverage of the bush. Pasture improvement and/or re-

treatment is recommended to control seedlings and/or

regrowth.

HIGH VOLUME: Use the higher rate on bushes over 1 m.

LOW VOLUME: Apply 40 mL per 0.5 m height.

WIPER APPLICATION: Double pass application is

required. Application is best made to small (less than

1 m) green bushes.

Apply to actively growing plants from late flowering to

leaf fall. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the higher rate

on bushes over 1.5 m high. Burning (after complete

brownout), pasture improvement and/or further

treatment are recommended to control seedlings

and/or regrowth. LOW VOLUME APPLICATION (eg.

Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of

product:water. Apply 2 x 5mL dose per 0.5 m bush

height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage.

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5. UNWANTED TREE CONTROL - Ensure trees are actively growing at time of treatment and not under stress of drought, waterlogging or cold.

Method

Cut Stump

Foliar

Application: Low

Volume (Gas Gun

or Splattergun)

Foliar

Application:

High Volume

(Knapsack or

Handgun)

Stem Injection

State

Qld, NSW,

Vic, WA,

Tas only

Species Controlled

Jarrah

(Eucalyptus

marginata)

, Longleaf

(E. goniocalyx)

Marri

(E. calophylla)

Messmate Stringybark

(E. obliqua)

Narrowleaf

Peppermint

(E. radiata)

Privet

(Ligustrum

spp.)

, Rhus

(Toxicodendron

succedaneum)

Bullich

(Eucalyptus

megacarpa)

, Marri

(E. calophylla)

Jarrah

(E. marginata)

Eucalyptus spp.

Eucalyptus spp.

Willows

(Salix

babylonica)

Flooded Gum

(Eucalyptus grandis)

Ghost Gum

(E. papuana)

Gum Topped

Bloodwood

(E. dichromophloia)

Messmate Stringybark

(E. obliqua)

Narrowleaf Ironbark

(E. crebra)

Pink Bloodwood

(E. intemedia)

Poplar Box

(E. populnea)

Silverleaf Ironbark

(E. melanophloia)

Silvertop Ash

(Ironbark) (E. sieberi)

Spotted Gum

(E. maculata)

Swamp Mahogany

(Tristania suaveolens)

White Mahogany

(E. acmenloides)

Willows

(Salix babylonica)

Privet

(Ligustrum spp.)

Rhus

(Toxicodendron

succedaneum)

Camphor Laurel

(Cinamonum

camphora)

Tree Size

0 to 10 cm

basal

diameter

0 to 30 cm

basal

diameter

0 to 1.5 m

height

0 to 1.5 m

height

0 to 2.0 m

height

0 to 25 cm

basal

diameter

Over 25 to

60 cm

basal

diameter

Basal

diameter

to 25 cm

Basal

diameter

over 25 to

60 cm

Mixture (By Vol.)

Product:Water

1:15

1:15

Add Freeway

Gold surfactant

at 20 mL/10 L

spray mixture

Add Freeway

Gold surfactant

at 20 mL/10 L

spray mixture

1.0-1.3 L per

100 L for

Eucalyptus spp.

add Freeway

Gold surfactant

at 200 mL/100 L

spray mixture

Undiluted

1 mL/cut

Undiluted

2 mL/cut

Mixture 1:1

2 mL/cut

Undiluted

2 mL/cut

Critical Comments

Dilute with water in the recommended ratio.

Cut tree close to ground and immediately wet

stump surface thoroughly using splattergun,

spray, swab or brush. Remove any branches

on the stump and treat any cut surface.

Dilute in the recommended ratio. Calibrate

splattergun to apply 5 mL of solution per dose,

as a fine spray. Apply 5 mL per 0.5 m tree

height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage.

Spray to wet all foliage.

Use the higher rate for trees 1.0 to 2.0 high.

Use an applicator calibrated to deliver

1 to 2 mL per cut. Make 5 cm cuts at an

oblique angle to penetrate the sapwood

beneath the bark. Space cuts at 13 cm centres

around tree circumference below any

branching, otherwise remove or treat all

branches below cuts. On multiple trunk trees

ensure each trunk is treated.

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6. GENERAL USES - For home garden uses refer to table 1 “General Weed Control” on Pages 7

Situation

NON-

AGRICULTURAL

AREAS: Around

buildings

Commerical and

Industrial areas,

Domestic and

public service

areas, Rights-of-

way

AGRICULTURAL

AREAS

DRY DRAINS

AND CHANNELS,

DRY MARGINS

OF DAMS, LAKES

& STREAMS

FORESTS

PASTURES

PEANUTS,

COTTON,

SOYBEANS,

SUGARCANE,

NAVYBEANS

AND CHICKPEAS

(using selective

application

equipment)

TREE AND VINE

CROPS: Avocado,

Banana,

Blueberries,

Citrus fruit,

Custard apples,

Duboisia, Figs

dessert, Guava,

Kiwifruit, Litchi,

Mango, Monstera

fruit, Nuts

(including:

almond, pecan,

macadamia,

pistachio, walnut),

Olive, Pawpaw,

Persimmons,

Pome fruit,

Raspberries,

Stone fruit, Tea,

Vineyards.

State

All States

Qld, NSW

only

All States

Weeds Controlled

For specific rates of

application refer

ANNUAL WEEDS -

table

2. Annual Weed

Control.

PERENNIAL WEEDS -

table

3. Perennial Weed

Control.

Rate L/ha

Refer

Wiper

Equipment

Critical Comments

This product does not provide residual weed control. For residual

control of ANNUAL WEEDS only, this product may be used as a

tank mixture with certain residual herbicides.

Refer to Tank

Mixtures.

This product may be used for control of annual and perennial

weeds as directed , in agricultural land prior to sowing of any

edible or non-edible crop but not prior to transplanting tomato

seedlings.

For specific recommendations refer table

7. Conservation Tillage Uses.

DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT

spray across open bodies of water, and do NOT allow spray to

enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels

and drains within 4 days of application.

This product may be used prior to establishment of nurseries, for

site preparation prior to planting and amongst established trees

using a directed or shielded spray, or using selective wiper

equipment. DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact

any part of

the tree

. DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact foliage or

green bark of desirable trees, since severe injury may result.

DIRECTED (SPOT) APPLICATION: This product is non-selective

and may damage or kill any plant in the sprayed area. Re-

treatment and/or pasture improvement may be necessary to

restrict seedling re-establishment.

SELECTIVE, WIPER APPLICATION:

refer Wiper Equipment.

BOOM APPLICATION: This product may be used to suppress or

kill existing pasture species prior to re-seeding, or establishment

of other crops.

Refer to 7. Conservation Tillage Uses table.

Where spot application (spray or wiper) is undertaken, grazing

stock need not be removed. CAUTION: Certain plants may be

naturally toxic to stock. Where known toxic plants are present

DO NOT allow stock to graze until complete browning of treated

plants has occurred.

Application by

Wiper Equipment only

. Apply to weeds growing

between crop rows or to weeds growing at least 15 cm above

the crop. DO NOT allow wiper to contact crop and ensure

operating conditions do not allow solution to drip from applicator

since severe injury may result.

Refer to Wiper Equipment for

application instructions.

SHIELDED SPRAYERS (Cotton only).

Apply to weeds growing between crop rows using a shielded

sprayer.

Refer to the Weeds Controlled tables for rates of

application.

DO NOT apply in crops less than 20 cm high. DO

NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the cotton

plant as severe injury or destruction may result.

Apply as a directed or shielded spray, or using wiper equipment.

DO NOT apply as a spray near trees or vines less than 3 years

old, unless they are effectively shielded from spray and spray

drift. DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact any part of the tree,

vine or palm.

Citrus fruit, Nuts, Olive, Pome fruit, Vineyards:

DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact green bark or

stems, canes, laterals, suckers, fresh wounds, foliage or fruit.

Tea:

Apply a maximum of 4 L/ha by shielded boom or directed

off-centre nozzle or 0.5 L/100 L by directed handgun or knapsack

to avoid application to the crop.

All other crops:

DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact

any part of the tree, vine or palm, including the trunk.

CAUTION: Where split bark on kiwifruit and green stems on

pawpaw occur, extreme care is required.

For residual control of annual weeds this product may be

tank mixed with compatible herbicides which are labelled for

use in the above crops. See Tank Mixtures for directions.

For specific rates of application

refer

ANNUAL WEEDS - table

2. Annual Weed Control.

PERENNIAL WEEDS - table

3. Perennial Weed Control.

For specific rates of application

refer

ANNUAL WEEDS - table

2. Annual Weed Control.

PERENNIAL WEEDS - table

3. Perennial Weed Control.

For specific rates of application

refer

ANNUAL WEEDS - table

2. Annual Weed Control.

PERENNIAL WEEDS - table

3. Perennial Weed Control.

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6. GENERAL USES (con’t)

Situation

ONIONS: Post-

plant, pre-

emergence

application

SUGARCANE

RATOON

SPRAYOUT

COTTON

PRE-HARVEST

SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

PRIOR TO

SOWING A

WINTER CROP

OR PASTURE

For weed control

prior to

disturbance with

a cultivation or

sowing with a

tyned implement.

State

Tas only

NSW, Qld

only

Qld, NSW

only

WA, SA,

Vic, NSW

only

Weeds Controlled

Control of annual

weeds and suppression

of perennial weeds

(including Rope Twitch)

Sugarcane ratoon

regrowth

(Saccharum officinale)

Bathurst Barr

(Xanthium spinosum)

Noogoora Burr

(Xanthium pungens)

Winter annual weeds

including Sow thistle

(Milk thistle)

(Sonchus oleraceus)

and seasonal

suppression of

Nutgrass

(Cyperus rotundus)

Barley grass, Brome

grass, Volunteer

cereals, Wild oats

Annual phalaris, Annual

ryegrass, Silver grass,

Winter grass

Capeweed, Doublegee

(Spiny emex)

Calomba Daisy

Amsinkia, Fumitory,

Paterson’s Curse,

Saffron thistle, Scotch

thistle, Spear thistle,

Variegrated thistle.

Volunteer lupins, Wild

Turnip

Dock (seedling)

Perennial phalaris,

Sorrel, Sub. clover,

Soursob, Skeleton

weed fully emerged

rosettes (NSW only)

Rate L/ha

1-3 L

4-9 L/ha

2.5 L/ha

(for

Nutgrass),

1.25-

2.5 L/ha

(for the

other

weeds).

500 mL-

1 L pre

tillering

1-1.25 L

post

tillering

1 L-

1.25 L pre

tillering

1.25-1.5 L

post

tillering

500 mL-

1 L less

than 8 cm

diameter,

1-1.5 L

greater

than 8 cm

diameter

1 L-

1.25 L less

than

12 cm

diameter,

1.25-1.5 L

greater

than

12 cm

diameter

1-1.5 L

1.5 L

Critical Comments

Apply post-sowing and at least 7 days before crop is due to

emerge. DO NOT apply to emerging onion plants as severe

injury will result. Use the lower rate on small, actively growing

annual weeds. Increase to the higher rate for larger annual

weeds (over 15 cm tall) and for suppression of perennial weeds.

Apply under good growing conditions only to actively growing

ratoons 60-120 cm tall. DO NOT apply if plants are under stress

from low moisture or waterlogging. Use the lower rate for

suppression or where cultivation is to follow. Use the higher rate

for control.

DO NOT APPLY TO CROPS INTENDED FOR SEED

PRODUCTION. Apply alone or in tank mixtures with Dropp or

Harvade. Apply when at least 60 % of boils are open and

immature bolls cannot be easily cut with a sharp knife. Where a

leafy crop canopy limits spray coverage, reduced weed control

can be expected. For best results under these conditions, delay

application until canopy re-opens following initial conditioning

treatment. Where control of Nutgrass or Noogoora burr is

required, treatments should be applied prior to the inset of frosts.

When tank-mixed with defoliants, a slightly higher proportion of

cotton leaf may be retained, particularly where the higher rate is

used. Read and follow all label directions for the tank mix

products.

Rate:

Apply 2.5 L/ha for Nutgrass control and 1.25-2.5 L/ha for

the other weeds. Use the lower rate on light infestations of small

weeds, when the crop canopy allows adequate spray coverage

of the weeds. Increase to the higher rate when the crop canopy

may limit spray coverage, when treating dense infestations, or

when treating larger weeds.

Treat only actively weeds not under stress from low moisture,

frost, cold, disease or waterlogging. If heavy grazing has

occurred allow regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and use the

higher rate.

Rate Selection

- Increase to HIGHER rates late in the season or

when treating under cold/overcast conditions.

Full Disturbance

- With a cultivation or sowing with a tyned

implement may start 1 day after treatment (7 days if Dock,

Phalaris, Skeleton weed, Soursob or Sorrel are present) and

should occur within 21 days after treatment. Where cultivation or

sowing does not occur within 21 days, new weed growth may

require further treatment. When treating light infestations of

seedling annual grasses (pre-tillering) and annual broadleaf

weeds (less than 8 cm dia/height), cultivation or sowing may start

6 hours after treatment and should occur within 21 days.

Crop Establishment

- Sowing should not proceed until

conditions allow the formation of a satisfactory seedbed.

See Crop Establishment for directions.

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and Perennial Grasses

Addition of Wetter TX, 200 mL/100 L spray solution, may improve

control. When treating dense infestations of Silvergrass, use of

low volume nozzles (eg SS11001, Hardi No. 10) and a spray

volume of 70 L/ha or more is recommended to improve plant

spray coverage.

Tank Mixtures

- (Glean/Lusta

, Kamba

500, Simazine, Atrazine,

Estercide

800 and insecticides). For improved control of clover

add Kamba 500(dicamba). Read and follow all label directions,

restraints, plant-back periods, withholding periods and safety

directions for the tank mix products.

See Tank Mixtures for

directions.

Perennial Weeds

- For Perennial phalaris, Soursob, Skeleton

weed and Sorrel, this product will provide knockdown, seasonal

suppression and reduction in treated plant numbers.

7. CONSERVATION TILLAGE USES

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7. CONSERVATION TILLAGE USES (con’t)

Situation

SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

PRIOR TO

SOWING A

WINTER CROP

OR PASTURE

For weed control

prior to

disturbance with

a cultivation or

sowing with a

tyned implement.

(con’t)

SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

LATE WINTER -

SPRING

TREATMENT

For weed control

to start a fallow

or prior to

sowing a

summer crop

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA

For weed control

in fallows or prior

to sowing winter

or summer crops

State

Tas only

NSW, Vic,

SA, WA

only

Tas only

Qld, NSW

only

Weeds Controlled

All weeds listed above

Barley Grass, Volunteer

Cereals, Wild Oats

Annual Ryegrass,

Brome grass, Silver

grass, Capeweed,

Paterson’s Curse

(rosette), Saffron

Thistle, Scotch Thistle,

Spear Thistle, Wild

Mustard, Wild Radish,

Wild Turnip

Hoary Cress, Soursob

Couch

All weeds listed above

Annual Phalaris, Barley

Grass, Volunteer

Cereals, Wild Oats

Barnyard Grass,

Liverseed Grass,

Stinkgrass (Lovegrass),

Volunteer Sorghum

Button Grass,

Columbus Grass

(seedling), Native Millet

Australian Bluebell

(Qld only), Cudweed,

Fumitory, Mexican

Poppy, New Zealand

Spinach, Saffron Thistle,

Spear Thistle, Spurge,

Stinking Goosefoot

Black (giant) Pigweed,

Boggabri Weed,

Caltrop (Yellowvine),

Indian Hedge Mustard,

Mintweed, Summer

Grass

Rate L/ha

1.5-3 L

1-1.5 L

1.5-2 L

1.5 L

1.5-3 L

1.5-3 L

500 mL-

1-2 L

1-1.5 L

500 mL-

1 L up to 5

true leaves

or 3 cm

dia/height

1-1.5 L

greater

than 5 true

leaves or

3 cm

dia/height

Critical Comments

Tasmania

- Use 1.5 L/ha on annual weeds. Increase to 3 L/ha

where perennial weeds are being treated. Added surfactant is

recommended at all spray volumes. To control clover and

improve control of Sorrel and Dock, add 400ml/ha Kamba 500

(dicamba). Observe Kamba label directions and plant-back

periods.

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress from low

moisture, frost, cold, disease or waterlogging. If heavy grazing

has occurred allow regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying.

Rate Selection

- Use lower rates on young weeds or where

cultivation is to follow within 21 days, increasing to the high rates

where grasses reach full tillering or where broadleaf weeds reach

stem elongation/budding.

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and Perennial Grasses

Addition of Wetter TX, 200 mL/100 L spray solution, may improve

control. When treating dense infestations of Silvergrass, use of

low volume nozzles (eg SS11001, Hardi No. 10) and a spray

volume of 70 L/ha or more is recommended to improve plant

spray coverage.

Hoary Cress

- Treat from late-rosette to early flowering.

Soursob

- Treat at tuber exhaustion.

Couch

- Use the higher rate on dense infestations. Apply

sequential treatments during summer and autumn with autumn

being most effective. Repeat applications will be required for full

control. For improved control use in conjunction with cultivation.

Tank Mixtures

- (Glean/Lusta

, Kamba

500, Estercide

800 and

Insecticides). Read and follow all label directions, restraints,

plant-back periods, withholding periods and safety directions for

the tank mix products.

See Tank Mixtures for directions.

Tasmania

- Use 1.5 L/ha on annual weeds. Increase to 3 L/ha

where perennial weeds are being treated. To control white clover

and improve control of Sorrel and Dock, add 400mL/ha Kamba 500

(dicamba). Observe Kamba label directions and plant-back periods.

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress from low

moisture frost, cold, disease or waterlogging. If heavy grazing

has occurred allow regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying. Note that

under summer (hot) conditions, dense infestations of Barnyard

grass and Liverseed grass may require followup treatment for

complete control. In winter (cold) conditions, symptoms on

Deadnettle may be slow to develop.

Rate Selection

- Use the lower rate on young weeds; increase

to the higher rates where grasses reach full tillering or where

broadleaf weeds reach stem elongation/budding. At more

advanced stages of growth certain broadleaf weeds require a

higher rate range or the addition of Estercide

800.

Crop Establishment

- Sowing should not proceed until

conditions allow the formation of a satisfactory seedbed.

See Crop Establishment for directions.

Tank Mixtures

- Read and follow all label directions, restraints,

plant-back periods, withholding periods, regional use restrictions

and safety directions for the tank mix products. DO NOT tank mix

with atrazine when spraying Barnyard grass or Liverseed grass.

Aerial Application

- For instructions on aerial application under

summer conditions,

see Aerial Equipment.

Do NOT apply by

aircraft when temperature is above 30˚C.

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Situation

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA

For weed control

in fallows or prior

to sowing winter

or summer crops

POA TUSSOCK

INFESTED

PASTURE

For reduction of

ground cover

allowing pasture

renovation

BENT GRASS

INFESTED

PASTURE

For control/

suppression

prior to

establishing

crops or

improved pasture

species

State

Qld, NSW

only

NSW, Tas,

Vic, Qld

only

Vic, Tas

only

Weeds Controlled

African Turnip Weed,

Deadnettle, Sweet

Summer Grass,

Variegated Thistle,

Volunteer Sunflower

Annual Ground Cherry

(Gooseberry), Bladder

Ketmia, Camel Melon,

False Castor Oil

Plant/Thornapple,

Noorgoora Burr, Turnip

Weed, Wild Lettuce,

Wild Turnip, Wireweed

Pigweed

Sowthistle/Milkthistle

Couch

Johnson Grass

Nutgrass

Most annual weeds and

suppression of Poa

Tussock

(poa

labillardieri)

Most annual weeds

and Bent grass

(Agrostis tenuis)

Rate L/ha

750 mL-

1 L up to 5

true leaves

or 3 cm

dia/height

1-2 L

greater

than 3 cm

dia/height

1-1.5 L

prior to

stem

elongation/

budding.

After

that use

500 mL-

1.5 L plus

500-

700 mL

2,4-D ester

(800 g/L)

or 1.5-2 L

1-2 L up to

20 cm dia.

750 mL-1 L

rosettes up

to 3 cm dia.

1-2 L

greater than

3 cm dia.

1.5- 3 L

2-3 L

3 L + 3 L

3-4 L

2.5 L

Critical Comments

See previous page comments

Use a higher rate on larger weeds. Control of Pigweed over a

wide range of growth stages can be obtained with the addition of

Ally/Associate. Observe re-cropping intervals.

Previously grazed plants may be difficult to control without

allowing full recovery.

Use the higher rate for dense infestations. Apply sequential

treatments during summer and autumn, with autumn being most

effective. Repeat applications will be required for full control. For

improved control use in conjunction with cultivation.

Use the higher rate on plants approaching seedhead stage.

Apply to plants witj a minimum of 30 cm new growth. Sequential

treatments will be required for long term control.

Make first application to actively growing plants when at least

20 % have reached the head stage (normally about Feb).

After allowing maximum re-emergence to occur (normally in

6-8 weeks), it is essential to make a second application.

NOTE: Followup treatments should be made as part of a

Nutgrass contol program.

Timing

- Glaze heavily, then remove stock at least 14 days

before spraying to allow fresh regrowth. Apply to actively growing

plants after the autumn break but before heavy frosts (March-

May).

Application

- Increasing to the higher rate may give more

effective reductions.

If aerial spraying, see Aerial Equipment.

Follow-up Management

- Sowing may start from 14 days after

spraying. It is essential that correct follow-up pasture

establishment and management occurs after treatment. Spot

treatment will limit re-infestation.

Timing

- Apply to actively growing plants in late spring when

they have some seedhead development, but before summer

moisture stress. Remove stock to ensure there is full leaf growth.

Follow-up Management

- Full disturbance with a tyned

implement should follow 10-21 days after spraying. Then follow

with a summer crop, and/or re-seeded pasture or crop the

following autumn.

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7. CONSERVATION TILLAGE USES (con’t)

Situation

PASTURE

TOPPING

For annual grass

Capeweed and

Calomba Daisy

seed-set

reduction

PASTURE

MANIPULATION

For suppression

or control of

pasture species

prior to drilling

improved

pasture, forage

species or

Soybeans or

Leucaena

BAND SPRAYING

May also be

applied as a

band or strip

spray

SORGHUM

CONTROL

pre-harvest

SORGHUM

CONTROL

post-harvest

RICE

Direct Drilling

State

WA, SA,

Vic, NSW,

Tas only

NSW, Vic,

WA only

Qld only

Qld, NSW

only

Qld, NSW

only

NSW only

Weeds Controlled

Barley Grass, Brome

Grass, Silver Grass,

Capeweed

Annual Ryegrass,

Calomba Daisy

Carpet Grass, Kikuyu,

Paspalum

Carpet Grass,

Paspalum

Kikuyu

Barbed Wire Grass

Black Speargrass

Love Grasses

Red Natal Grass

Wire Grasses

Sorghum (grain

sorghum)

(Sorghum bicolor)

DO NOT apply to

varieties intended for

seed production or

varieties prone to

lodging.

Sorghum stubble

(grain sorghum)

(Sorghum bicolor)

Annual Ryegrass,

Annual Phalaris

(Canary grass), Barley

Grass, Burr Medic,

Sub. Clover, Winter

Grass

Rate L/ha

300-

450 mL

450 mL

1.4-6 L

1.4-6 L

625 mL-

1.5 OR 2 L

1-1.5 L for

fresh

regrowth

from

slashed

stubble

1.5-2 L for

standing

stubble if

sufficiently

green

1.5-2 L for

fresh

spring

regrowth

1-1.3 L

Critical Comments

Remove stock prior to treatment to allow even regrowth. Apply to

Capeweed and Annual ryegrass at

Flowering

For other

grasses, apply from Head to Milky Dough stage.

Use the

higher rate for dense infestations or where Annual ryegrass is

present. Apply before signs of plants “haying off”. Reduction in

pasture legume population may occur as a result of treatment.

DO NOT apply to clover/medic crops intended for seed or hay.

Rate Selection

- For suppression, apply the low rate. Where

complete control is required apply up to the high rate.

Band Spraying

- Band spraying may be done immediatley after

the sowing operation. Mount the nozzles behind the

coulter/lyne/press wheel assembly of the band seeder. Adjust to

spray 0.5 to 1.0 m strips. Ensure minimal disturance of the

pasture. Excessive dust created in the seedling operation may

reduce herbicide activity. Pasture seed must be drilled at the

appropriate depth and covered by soil.

Leucaena (Qld only)

- Apply 2.5 L/ha through a single taper fan

nozzle LFI-80 mounted at the rear of the single row planter

providing a 1 m swath. Planting rows to be 4 m apart.

DO NOT apply if crop is under stress from low moisture, frost,

cold or waterlogging.

Rate Selection

- Use the lower rate for control of crop and late

tillers and suppression of ratoon regrowth. Use the higher rate for

improved suppression of ratoon growth.

Timing

- Apply when grain moisture is less than 25%. Application

can be made when moderate browning has occurred.

Caution

- Treatment may increase potential

for crop lodging,

particularly if prior moisture stress has occurred. Harvest as soon

as sufficient dry down has occurred to avoid possible lodging.

Caution

- Sorghum may be naturally toxic to stock.

Apply under good growing conditions only.

DO NOT apply if

plants are under stress from low moisture, frost, cold or

waterlogging.

Slashed Stubble and Spring Regrowth

- Apply when fresh

regrowth is at least 20 cm high.

Standing Stubble

- Apply only if sufficient green leaf is present.

If grazing has occurred allow regrowth to 20 cm before

treatment.

Rate Selection

- Use the lower rate for knockdown and regrowth

suppression where cultivation is to follow, increase to the higher

rate for improved control.

Note

- Variable results occur where the crop has been subject to

stress or growing conditions are marginal. Some varieties,

particularly Goldrush2, Ruby, Trump, Prize and Nugget 2, give

variable results if they have not grown under ideal conditions.

Caution

- Sorghum may be naturally toxic to stock.

This product is less effective on drought stressed plants. In

drought conditions a pre-watering prior to spraying is

recommended. In grazed situations, if heavy grazing has

occurred, allow regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying.

Ryegrass

- Add a 100% non-ionic wetting agent at 200 mL/

100 L of spray solution, and,where dominant, use the higher rate.

Sowing

- Direct drilling may take place 1-14 days after spraying.

This product does not provide residual weed control. Permanent

water and approved selective herbicides should be used to

provide continuing control of weeds.

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

This product is a non-volatile, water soluble liquid with

non-selective herbicidal activity against many annual

and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses. This

product may be used for weed control in agricultural

land prior to sowing any edible or non-edible crop, but

not prior to transplanting tomato seedlings. This

product is absorbed by plant foliage and green stems.

It is inactivated immediately in the soil and does not

provide residual weed control. This product moves

through the plant from the point of contact and into

the root system.

Visible effects on annual weeds take 3-7 days, but on

perennial weeds may not be obvious for 2-3 weeks or

longer in some cases. Visible effects of control may

be delayed by cool or cloudy weather at and following

treatment. Visible effects are a gradual yellowing and

wilting of the plant which advances to complete

browning of above ground growth and deterioration of

underground plant parts.

Delay application until vegetation has emerged to the

stages described in the “Weeds Controlled” tables.

Unemerged parts arising from unattached

underground rhizomes or root stocks of perennials

will not be effected by spray and will continue to grow.

For this reason best control of most perennial weeds

is obtained at late growth stages approaching

maturity.

CROP ESTABLISHMENT

This product is recommended for control of

emerged weeds prior to crop establishment.

Suitable cultivation and/or sowing operations are

required to provide seedbed conditions

satisfactory for crop germination and

development.

Spraying early to control young weeds will favour

preparation of suitable seedbeds. On friable soils

and where there is only light cover of young

weeds, sowing may proceed satisfactorily from

one day after spraying.

In situations of heavy weed growth sowing

should be delayed until weed decay and

soil conditions allow formation of a satisfactory

seedbed. Incorporation of green or decaying

vegetation and roots into seedbed by cultivation

or sowing may cause retarded crop emergence,

particularly in cold and/or wet conditions.

Vegetation may be reduced by grazing, and weed

decay may be assisted by cultivation to leave

trash on the surface. In marginal seedbed

conditions take care to achieve correct seeding

depth, and avoid use of pre-emergence herbicides

where label directions advise risk of retarded

crop emergence.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

This product mixes readily with water.

Reduced

results may occur if water containing soil is used,

eg. water from ponds and unlined ditches, or if

hard water containing calcium salts is used.

Ensure the spray tank is free of any residue of

previous spray materials. Do not mix, store or apply

this product or spray solutions of this product in

galvanised steel or undiluted steel containers or spray

tanks, since a highly flammable gas mixture may be

formed. Use stainless steel, aluminium, brass,

copper, fibreglass plastic or plastic-lined containers or

spray tanks. Ensure the spray tank is free of any

residue of previous spray materials. Use spray

solutions promptly and certainly within 5 days, since a

gradual loss of activity will occur.

Fill the spray tank with one half the required amount

of clean water and add the proper amount of this

product. Mix well before adding the remaining portion

of water. Placing the filling hose below the surface of

the spray solution will prevent excessive foaming.

Removing hose from tank immediately after filling will

prevent back siphoning into water source. Do not use

mechanical agitators as these may cause excessive

foaming.

Spray tanks, pumps, lines and nozzles should be

thoroughly rinsed with clean water following

application to prevent corrosion.

For mixing instructions for tank mixes, see Tank

Mixtures.

TANK MIXTURES

This product may be tank-mixed with the following

herbicides, insecticides and additives where

recommended. Read and follow all label directions,

restraints, plant-back periods, withholding periods and

safety directions for the tank mix products.

Mixing Instructions for all Tank Mixtures

1. Fill the spray tank 1/3 to 1/2 full with clean water

and start agitation.

2. Add recommended herbicide/insecticide/additive to

the spray tank and mix thoroughly.

3. Where ammonium sulphate is recommended, add

Liase at a rate of 2 L/100 L spray solution and mix

thoroughly.

4. Add Glyphosate 360 and the remaining water. Mix

thoroughly.

5. Add surfactant, it required, near the end of the

filling process to minimise foaming.

6. Always maintain adequate agitation during

application and use the tank mix promptly.

Tank Mixtures - Herbicides

Nu-Trazine Flowable* and 900DF (DO NOT apply

the tank mix for Barnyard Grass control),

Estercide

800, Kamba

500, Glean/Lusta

.

Simazine Flowable* and 900DF, Oust, Yield, Stomp

330E, Surpass

300, Tillmaster, Ally/Associate

,

Logran Nugran, Flandor 500, LVE MCPA and Goal

CT. The addition of Goal CT at 75 mL/ha to

recommended rates of Glyphosate 360 prior to

planting wheat or barley will improve knockdown and

increase the speed at which treated weeds develop

visible signs phytotoxicity.

*Add ammonium sulphate as per directions below.

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Tank Mixtures - Additives

Ammonium Sulphate. Add Liase to water first at a

rate of 2 L/100 L spray solution.

(DO NOT apply the tank mix for Barnyard Grass

control).

The use of Liase with Glyphosate 360, when used to

control

Annual

weeds, MAY improve the performance

of Glyphosate 360 under adverse environmental

conditions such as cool, cloudy weather, and assist in

minimizing the antagonism in tank mixes of

Glyphosate 360 and flowable triazine herbicides.

Liase may be corrosive to metal parts of the sprayer.

Thoroughly flush tanks, pumps and nozzles with

water after use.

Freeway™ Gold (Organosilicone Based Surfactant)

-

Rate: 200 mL/100 L spray solution. Add when

treating Bracken (boom application), Gorse, Eucalypt

suckers and Lantana.

Tank Mixtures - Insecticides

This product is compatible with the following

insecticides: Dimethoate, Le-Mat/Comrad, Lorsban

500, Metasystox, Perfekthion EC400, Sumithion ULV,

and emulsifiable concentrates of dimethoate and

fenitrothion. Other insecticides have not been tested.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

This product is a non-selective translocated herbicide.

Direct spray contact, or even slight drift, may cause

severe injury or destruction of any growing crop or

other desirable plants including trees. Clean all

equipment after use by thoroughly washing with

water.

Boom Equipment

Use recommended rates of this product in 25 to 200

Litres of clean water per hectare. When using this

product at 500 mL-1.5 L/ha (eg in conservation

tillage) spray volumes in the range 25-100 L/ha are

preferred. Fan nozzle equipment is recommended,

using pressures in the range 240-280 kPa. Boom

height must be set to ensure double overlap of nozzle

patterns at the top of the weed canopy.

High Volume Application (eg Knapsack and

Handgun Equipment)

Adjust equipment to achieve an even spray pattern;

for handgun equipment a D6 spray tip (Spraying

Systems Australia P/L) or equivalent, and an

operating pressure of 400-700 kPa are

recommended. Apply to ensure complete and

uniform wetting of all foliage.

Low Volume Application (eg Gas Gun or

Splatter Gun)

Apply as an even spray to cover all foliage. Refer to

Weeds Controlled for the dilution and volume of mixture

to be applied. The dilution is specified as “Low volume

mixture, Product:Water”. For example,

a 1:9 mixture equals one part product plus 9 parts water.

Wiper Equipment

Wiper equipment (eg. ropewick, canvas, felt or carpet

applicators) may be used to apply this product on to

weeds growing in oilseed crops, sugarcane, cotton,

seed and pod vegetables and tree and vine crops

specified in this label, and in pasture and non-crop

areas. Avoid contact with desirable vegetation.

Operate wiper equipment a minimum of 10 cm above

the crop or pasture. Weeds should be at least 15 cm

above the crop or pasture at time of application.

Speed of travel should be no greater than 8 km/h.

Best results are achieved at lower speeds and where

two applicators are made in opposite directions

(double pass). Where weeds are of variable height, or

occur in dense infestations or clumps, some plants

may not be contacted by the herbicide solution. In

these cases repeat treatment may be necessary. Mix

only enough herbicide solution for immediate

requirements. Do not store mixed solution for more

than a few days. Flush out equipment with water after

use.

Rate: Mix 1 Litre of this product with 2 Litres clean

water to prepare 33% solution. This product may be

used according to the above directions for

suppression or control of many annual and perennial

weeds.

See Weeds Controlled tables for specific

use recommendations.

Controlled Droplet Application Equipment (CDA)

Use the following table as a guide for achieving

correct rates using the micron *Herbi or similar

equipment.

See Weeds Controlled tables for

specific rates and use recommendations.

For hand held equipment a walking speed of

approximately 1 m/sec. (4 km/h) is recommended.

Rate of Glyphosate

delivered at 1 m/sec.

3 L/ha

6 L/ha

9 L/ha

Mixture (by volume)

Glyphosate:water

Micron Herbi,nozzle

Blue

Blue

Yellow

* Trade Mark of Micron Sprayers Ltd, UK.

Do not add oils to Glyphosate/water mixture,

otherwise difficulty in application and reduced weed

control may occur.

Caution: CDA equipment produces a fine spray

pattern which is not easily visible. Ensure that the

spray pattern or drift does not contact foliage or

any other green tissue of desirable plants, since

severe injury or destruction may result.

Aerial Equipment

Aerial equipment may be used to apply this product

only in pasture or fallow situations prior to

establishment of field crops, fodder crops, or new

pasture, and for pre-harvest application to sorghum

crops. DO NOT use in intensive horticultural cropping

areas. Use recommended rates specified in this label

up to a maximum limit of 4 L/ha. For Micronair and

boom equipment, apply in a minimum spray volume

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

Label Leaflet

Date: 08.08.01

Page 21 of 22

Herbicide Draft

for all pack sizes

of at least 20 L/ha. Droplets with an average size (or

VMD) of 250-350 micron diameter are recommended.

Swath width should be 15-17 m.

Thoroughly wash aircraft especially landing gear after

each day of spraying to remove herbicide residues.

Application on Hilly Terrain

As spraying height may vary, to maximize target

contact, increase water volume to 30-80 L/ha and

increase droplet size to at least 300 micron VMD.

Application under Summer Conditions

High temperatures and/or low relative humidity cause

excessive evaporation of spray droplets which may

reduce results. When temperature reaches 25˚C,

increase water volume by at least 30 L/ha, and increase

droplet size to at least 300 micron VMD. DO NOT apply

this product by aircraft when temperature is above 30˚C.

Avoid Drift

DO NOT use when breeze is blowing towards nearby

desirable plants. DO NOT use with spraying

equipment or under meteorological conditions which

could be expected to cause spray to drift onto nearby

susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or

pastures. Equipment settings which produce fine

droplets (150 microns or less), winds over 8 km/h,

inversion conditions, still air and hot dry days all

contribute to drift.

Application Checklist

Do not treat weeds under poor growing or dormant

conditions (such as occur in drought, waterlogging,

disease, insect damage or following frosts) as

reduced weed control may result. Reduced efficacy

may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered

with dust or silt. Do not add additional surfactant, or

mix with any other agricultural chemicals, herbicide

oils, or any other materials except as specifically

directed on this label. Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours

after application may reduce effectiveness. Heavy

rainfall within 2 hours after application may wash the

chemical off the foliage and a repeat treatment may

be required. Do not disturb treated weeds by

cultivation, sowing or grazing for one day after

treatment of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial

weeds, to ensure herbicide absorption. A Withholding

Period for grazing stock is not required. However, it is

recommended that grazing of treated plants be

delayed (as recommended above) to ensure

herbicide absorption.

Certain plants such as, Soursob, St John’s Wort and

Bracken, may be naturally toxic to stock. Where

known toxic plants are present, grazing should be

delayed until complete browning of treated plants has

occurred. The addition of non-ionic surfactant is

recommended at a rate of 100 mL of a 600 g/L

product (or equivalent) per 100 L spray solution.

Delay treatment of plants wet with dew or rain if water

droplets run-off when plants are disturbed.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND USAGE

Spray solutions of this product should be mixed,

stored and applied only in stainless steel, aluminium,

brass, copper, fibreglass or plastic or plastic-lined

containers. This product, or spray solutions of this

product, react with galvanised steel or unlined steel

(except stainless steel) containers and tanks, to

produce hydrogen gas which may form a highly

combustible gas mixture. This gas mixture can flash

or explode if ignited by open flame, spark, welder’s

torch or other ignition source. Spray tanks, pumps,

lines and nozzles should be thoroughly rinsed with

clean water following application to prevent extensive

corrosion. Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially

landing gear, after each day of spraying to remove

herbicide residues.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Nufarm Glyphosate 360 Herbicide (“Glyphosate 360”)

is a member of the Glycines group of herbicides.

Glyphosate 360 has the inhibitors of EPSP synthase

mode of action. For weed resistance management

Glyphosate 360 is a Group M herbicide. Some

naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to

Glyphosate 360 and other inhibitors of EPSP synthase

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 Glyphosate 360 or other

inhibitors of EPSP synthase herbicides. Since the

occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior

to use, Nufarm Australia Limited accepts no liability for

any losses that may result from the failure to

Glyphosate 360 to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER

NON-TARGET PLANTS

Avoid contact with foliage, green stems or fruit of

crops, desirable plants and trees, since severe injury

or destruction may result.

Drift Warning

DO NOT apply under meteorological conditions or

from spraying equipment which could be expected to

cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants,

adjacent crops, crop lands or pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA

AND ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams with the

product or used container. Do NOT apply to weeds

growing in or over water. Do NOT spray across open

bodies of water.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-

ventilated area away from children, animals, food,

feedstuffs, seed and fertilizers. Do not store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple or preferably pressure 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 bury empty containers in a local authority

landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers

below 500 mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and

set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable

vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and

product should not be burnt.

Nufarm Glyphosate 360

Label Leaflet

Date: 08.08.01

Page 22 of 22

Herbicide Draft

for all pack sizes

Returnable containers (400L, 500L, 800L & 1000L)

Empty contents fully into application equipment.

Close all valves and return to point of supply for refill

or storage.

Envirodrum 110L Mini Bulk Returnable Container

(110 only)

Store the original sealed Envirodrum in a cool well

ventilated area. DO NOT store for prolonged periods

in direct sunlight. DO NOT tamper with the Micro

Matic valve or the security seal. DO NOT contaminate

the Envirodrum with water or any foreign matter. After

each use of the product, please ensure that the Micro

Matic coupler delivery system and hoses are

disconnected, triple rinsed with clean water and drained

accordingly. When the contents of the Envirodrum have

been used, please return the empty Envirodrum to the

point of purchase. The Envirodrum remains the property

of Nufarm Australia Limited.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact

with eyes and skin. When preparing product for use

wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or

goggles. When using controlled droplet applicator

wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious

footwear. After use and before eating, drinking or

smoking wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with

soap and water. After each day’s use, wash gloves,

face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons

Information Centre (Phone 13 11 26).

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety

Data Sheet (MSDS).

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Nufarm Australia Limited (‘Nufarm’) shall not be liable

for any loss injury damage or death whether

consequential or otherwise whatsoever or howsoever

arising whether through negligence or otherwise in

connection with the sale supply use or application of

this product. The supply of this product is on the

express condition that the purchaser does not rely on

Nufarm’s skill or judgment in purchasing or using the

same and every person dealing with this product does

so at his own risk absolutely. No representative of

Nufarm has any authority to add to or alter these

conditions.”

NRA Approval No: 31399/0801

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

® Lusta, Kamba & Estercide are registered

trademarks of Nufarm Australia Limited.

™ Trademark pending.

20-12-2018

Workshop on Avian Influenza

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14-12-2018

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12-12-2018

Grant agreement for piloting the Framework Partnership Agreement between the National data provider organisations in France and EFSA – Final report

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10-12-2018

FDA clears mobile medical app to help those with opioid use disorder stay in recovery programs

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

29-11-2018

Glyphosate: ANSES launches a comparative assessment with the available alternatives

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24-11-2018

The EFSA‐funded collection of dietary and related data in the general population aged 10‐74 years in Greece

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Published on: Fri, 23 Nov 2018 The Hellenic Health Foundation received support from the European Food Safety Authority in order to organise a national nutrition survey according to the methodology described in the EFSA Guidance document and to collect food consumption and related information among 780 adolescents, adults and elderly residing permanently in Greece. The EFSA‐funded data collection was largely based on the protocol of a large scale Greek national nutrition and health survey, called HYDRIA....

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24-11-2018

Hazard identification and ranking for poultry at slaughter

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15-11-2018

Assessment of genetically modified maize MZHG0JG for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133)

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Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

1-11-2018

Safety of the food enzyme glucoamylase from a genetically modified Aspergillus niger (strain NZYM‐BF)

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19-9-2018

National dietary survey in 2012‐2016 on the general population aged 1‐79 years in the Netherlands

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Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

12-9-2018

Application of data science in risk assessment and early warning

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10-9-2018

FDA’s Center for Veterinary Medicine Announces Third eSubmitter Webinar in Ongoing Series

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

30-8-2018

Grant agreement for piloting the Framework Partnership Agreement between the National data provider organisations in Cyprus and EFSA – Final report

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29-8-2018

Joint EFSA and ECDC 2018 workshop on preparedness for a multi‐national food safety/public health incident

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25-9-2017

Global operation against illegal medicines

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A global operation against illegal medicines has been completed. 123 countries participated, and the operation resulted in 354 arrests or further investigations and the suspension of more than 3,500 websites.

Danish Medicines Agency

8-6-2016

Beware of falsified medicines

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Today, 8 June 2016, is the World Anti-Counterfeiting Day. The Danish Medicines Agency participates in this campaign to draw attention to the problem of illegal sale of falsified medicines.

Danish Medicines Agency

30-11-2018

Selected participants will work directly with the FDA to accelerate the development of and eventual review of marketing applications for these innovative products. Read more:  https://go.usa.gov/xPMPk pic.twitter.com/6rRnfSyLy4

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

30-11-2018

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

21-10-2018

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

17-9-2018

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24-8-2018

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

14-8-2018

We thank the participants that joined in person and remotely during Day 1 of the Pediatric Medical Device Development public meeting.  We look forward to continuing discussions around increasing medical device options for children today.  #Devices4Kids #M

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FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

7-8-2018

Research: Software as a Medical Device and Cyber Security for Medical Devices

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Therapeutic Goods Administration - Australia

31-7-2018

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