SERTIN

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • SERTIN 186 EC SELECTIVE POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Emulsifiable
  • Units in package:
  • 20L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical
  • Manufactured by:
  • BAYER CROPSCIENCE

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • SERTIN 186 EC SELECTIVE POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • ASPARAGUS | BRASSICA SPP. OR COLE CROP | BROCCOLI | BRUSSELS SPROUTS | BUTTERNUT PUMPKIN | CABBAGE - DIRECT SEEDED | CANOLA OILS
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group A Herbicide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS | BARLEY GRASS | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BROME GRASS | BULBOUS OATGRASS OR ONION TWITCH | COUCH GRASS | CROWSFOOT GRASS | DINEBRA | ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH | FOXTAIL | GREEN SUMMER GRASS | JOHNSON GRASS - SEEDLING | KIKUYU GRASS | LESSER CANARY GRASS | LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED | PARADOXA GRASS | PIGEON GRASS | PRAIRIE GRASS - SEEDLING | PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS | RYEGRASS | STINK GRASS | SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS | VELVET GRASS | VOLUNTEER CEREAL | VOLUNTEER OAT | VOLUNTEER SORGHUM | VOLUNTEER WHEAT | WHORLED PIGEON GRASS | WILD OR BLACK OAT | AGROPYRON REPENS | ANNUAL CANARY GRASS | ANNUAL PHALARIS | ANNUAL SUMMER GRASS | BARNYARD GRASS | BRISTLE PIGEON GRASS | BROMUS CATHARTICUS | BROMUS DIANDRUS | BROMUS RIGIDUS | BROMUS STAMINEUS | BROMUS WILDENOWII | CANARY GRASS | COMMON OATS | CRAB GRASS | GREEN COUCH | GREEN SUMMERGRASS | INDIAN COUCH | LOVE GRASS | PERENNIAL COUCH | PIGEON GRASS | PIGEON WEED | PLAIN COUCH | PURPLE PIGEON GRASS | QUACK GRASS
  • Product summary:
  • For the control of specific emerged grass weeds in various crops.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered but not available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31839/0305
  • Authorization date:
  • 11-04-2005
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

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

Sertin 186 EC

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Sertin

®

186 EC

SELECTIVE POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE

Active Constituent:

186 g/L SETHOXYDIM

Solvent:

689 g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBONS

GROUP

A

HERBICIDE

For the control of specific emerged grass weeds in various crops as specified in the

DIRECTIONS FOR USE table

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Sertin 186 EC Selective Post-emergence Herbicide is a member of the cyclohexanedione group of herbicides. Sertin is a

herbicide which inhibits production of acetyl coA carboxylase. For weed resistance management Sertin is a Group A

herbicide. Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to Sertin, and other Group A 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 Sertin or other Group A herbicides.

Since occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd accepts no liability for any

losses that may result from the failure of Sertin to control resistant weeds.

Export of Treated Produce

Growers should note that suitable MRLs or import tolerances may not have been established in all markets for produce

treated with Sertin 186 EC Selective Post-emergence Herbicide. If you are growing produce for export, please check with

Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd for the latest information on MRLs and import tolerances BEFORE using Sertin.

General Information

Sertin must always be applied in combination with spray oil or, in certain cases, a non-ionic surfactant. Sertin is a selective

grass herbicide which acts on emerged grass weeds by absorption through the plant foliage. Seven to ten days after

application of Sertin, the older leaves of grasses show a purple colouration, the young shoots gradually turn yellow and the

base of the youngest shoot begins to die. Total plant collapse occurs within 14 to 21 days. Mild, wet weather encourages

plant growth and increases the activity of Sertin. Hot, dry or excessively cold weather slows activity. The product does not

control broad-leaved weeds, nutgrass, wintergrass or fescues (silvergrass). Allow Sertin to dry on the leaves of grass weeds.

Do NOT apply this product after applying acifluorfen, bentazone or methabenzthiazuron, or within 10 days of the application

of metribuzin as good grass control may be reduced.

Sertin may be tank-mixed at reduced application rates, with Correct or with Fusilade for broader spectrum grass weed

control as per the DIRECTIONS FOR USE Table.

On winter weed species (i.e. volunteer wheat, volunteer oats, wild oats, paradoxa grass and annual ryegrasses) 1 L of spray

oil is required for spray volumes up to 100 L/ha. For volumes greater than 100 L/ha and in all other situations, 2 L of spray

oil is required. In certain specific cases as detailed in the CRITICAL COMMENTS, a non-ionic surfactant (BS 1000) may be

used. In tank mixtures with Correct or Fusilade, specific adjuvant combinations are detailed in the DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Table.

Ornamentals

In general, Sertin is selective to broad-leaved plants i.e. it is active only against grasses (Gramineae). A check should always

be made on a small number of ornamental plants of a variety or species not previously tested. The product has been found

to be non-phytotoxic when applied over-the-top of the following ornamental species:

Azalea spp.

Juniperus spp.

Cotoneaster horizontalis

Lagerstroemia indica

Erica ventricosa

Mirbelia oxyloboides

Eucalyptus scoparia

Phlox cv. Pink Desire

Grevillea cv. Clear view David

Picea spp.

Jacaranda spp.

Scaevola cv. Mauve Clusters

Slight phytotoxicity was observed when the product was applied over-the-top of:

Eucalyptus globulus

Gardenia jasminoides

Fuchsia spp.

Severe phytotoxicity to Acer palmatum was observed in a similar application.

Info

pest

Verified

Sertin 186 EC

Mixing

When applying Sertin with an adjuvant or BS 1000 only, add half the required amount of water to the tank, then add the

measured amount of Sertin with the agitator running. Continue filling to the desired level and then, with the agitator still

running, add the required amount of adjuvant or BS 1000.

When applying Sertin with an adjuvant and/or BS 1000 in mixtures with another herbicide, add half the required amount of

water to the tank, then with the agitator running, add the measured amount of Sertin and continue agitation for 2 to 3

minutes; add the other herbicide and continue agitation for a further 2 to 3 minutes; add the required amount of adjuvant

and/or BS 1000, agitate for a further 2 to 3 minutes, then add the remainder of water.

Do NOT allow spray mix to sit overnight.

Application

Ground Rig Application: Use sprayers with tapered flat fan nozzles. The use of 110° flat fan nozzles is recommended for

optimum spray coverage. The use of flood jet or hollow cone nozzles is not recommended.

Apply 40 to 400 L spray volume/ha with minimum pressure of 240 kPa.

Aerial Application: Use a boom spray or AU5000 Mini Micronaire rotary atomisers. Do NOT use AU3000 Micronaires.

Apply 30 to 40 L total spray volume/ha on a narrow swath width.

Compatibility

The following table summarises the current knowledge on compatibility of Sertin with other herbicides;

Afalon

Basagran

Betanal

Blazer

Brodal

Broadstrike

Correct

Eclipse

Fusilade Igran

Lontrel

simazine 2,4-DB Verdict

green

Trials indicate no reduction in grass weed control when used as recommended.

Mixtures may be used with minimal loss of activity under good growing conditions.

yellow

Trials indicate some reduction in grass weed control and/or increased crop

phytotoxicity at recommended rates, even under good growing conditions. These mixtures will

usually result in reduced grass weed control and cannot be recommended unless such efficacy loss

is accepted.

Trials at recommended rates indicate severe reduction in grass weed control and/or

significant crop injury. Mixture is not recommended.

Sertin is NOT compatible with MCPA or MCPB. Ioxynil is NOT compatible with Sertin in combination with crop oil. Sertin

should NOT be applied in a tankmix with or within 10 days of application of metribuzin or weed control may be reduced and

the risk of phytotoxicity will be increased.

Sertin may be tank mixed with Correct or with Fusilade for broader spectrum grass weed control as per the DIRECTIONS

FOR USE Table.

Sertin in combination with an adjuvant should not be applied in a tankmix with Brodal or simazine in lupins as the risk of

phytotoxicity will be increased. However, Sertin can be tank mixed with Brodal provided a non-ionic surfactant (BS 1000) is

substituted for crop oil. Transient phytotoxicity may still occur. Do NOT use this combination in crops which are stressed

due to any cause, as damage may occur.

Sertin may be mixed with most commonly used insecticide and fungicide formulations however, it is not compatible with

diazinon, carbaryl or fenitrothion.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with this product or the used container.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under weather conditions or from spraying equipment which could be expected to cause spray to drift onto

nearby susceptible plants (e.g. cereals, maize, sweet corn, sorghum or turf grasses), adjacent crops, crop lands or pastures.

To avoid contamination and possible crop injury, ensure that correct boom cleaning procedures are followed prior to using

this product. Consult the labels of products used previously for specific instructions.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well ventilated, secure area. 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.

Sertin 186 EC

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Avoid contact with eyes and skin and clothing. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face

thoroughly with soap and water.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (telephone 13 11 26).

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed in the Material Safety Data Sheet, which can be obtained from

www.bayercropscience.com.au.

EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY

This product must be used strictly as directed, and in accordance with all instructions appearing on the label and in other

reference material. So far as it is lawfully able to do so, Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd accepts no liability or responsibility

for loss or damage arising from failure to follow such directions and instructions.

Betanal

, Brodal

, Correct

and Sertin

are Registered Trademarks of Bayer.

APVMA Approval No.: 31839/0305

FOR 24 HOUR SPECIALIST ADVICE

IN EMERGENCY ONLY

PHONE 1800 033 111

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

DO NOT apply to grass weeds under stress caused by either climatic conditions such as cold, drought or waterlogging,

or by the use of a pre-emergent herbicide as poor control may be achieved.

DO NOT apply if rainfall is imminent.

DO NOT apply overhead irrigation within 2 hours after application.

BROADACRE CROPS AND PASTURE

CROP

(crops in bold are

listed more than

once)

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/HA

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Canola,

chickpeas,

faba beans,

field peas,

green (freezer) peas

(not Qld, NT),

lentils,

linseed (not Qld),

lupins,

soybeans,

21 days

Clover and medic

pastures and seed

crops*,

common stylo

(Stylosanthes

guianensis)

(Qld, NT only)*,

lucerne

* Do NOT use on

pastures containing

desirable grasses.

14 days

Cotton (Qld, NSW,

WA, NT only)

Refer to

statement

Sunflowers

Annual prairie grass (seedling),

Awnless barnyard grass,

barnyard grass,

Bracheria windersii

(Qld, NT only),

crowsfoot grass,

Dinebra retroflexa

(Qld, NT only),

green summer grass

(Qld, NT only),

Johnson grass (seedling),

lesser canary grass

(Phalaris minor),

liverseed grass,

paradoxa grass

(Phalaris paradoxa)

(Qld, NSW, NT only),

pigeon grass

(foxtail grass, Tas)

(Setaria verticillata)

(Vic, Tas, SA only),

ryegrasses (not Qld, NT)

(Wimmera ryegrass, Vic),

stink grass,

summer grass,

volunteer oats,

volunteer sorghum,

volunteer wheat

wild oats

States

1 L plus

1 or 2 L of a

crop oil such

D-C-Trate

or Ulvapron

Weed stage at application:

Apply when the majority of

the grass weeds are in the

2 to 6 leaf stage and are

actively growing.

NOTE: The 1 L rate of Sertin

will control paradoxa grass

and ryegrass up to the 4 tiller

stage.

See Compatibility and

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

for precautions regarding

mixtures with, or following

application of various other

products.

Winter weeds:

On winter weed species when

applying less than 100 L/ha of

spray volume use the 1 L rate

of spray oil.

In all other situations use

2 L/ha.

Sertin 186 EC

BROADACRE CROPS AND PASTURE

(continued)

CROP

(crops in bold are

listed more than

once)

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/HA

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Annual ryegrass

(not Qld),

paradoxa grass

(Phalaris

paradoxa)

(NSW, Qld only)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic, SA,

WA only

500 mL to

1 L plus 1

or 2 L of a

crop oil

such as

D-C-Trate

Ulvapron

Canola,

chickpeas, clover

and medic

pastures and

seed crops*,

faba beans,

field peas,

green (freezer)

peas (not Qld),

lentils,

linseed (not Qld),

lucerne,

lupins

* Do NOT use on

pastures

containing

desirable

grasses.

Wild oats (before

tillering)

NSW,

Vic, SA

only

750 mL to

1 L plus 1

or 2 L of a

crop oil

such as D-

C-Trate or

Ulvapron

21 days (G)

[except clover and

medic pastures

and seed crops,

lucerne: 14 days]

When applying less than 100 L/ha of

spray volume use the 1 L rate of spray

oil. In all other situations use 2 L/ha.

See Compatibility and GENERAL

INSTRUCTIONS for precautions

regarding mixtures with, or following

application of various other products.

Annual ryegrass, paradoxa grass:

Use the minimum 500 mL/ha rate

before annual ryegrass or paradoxa

grass commence tillering. When

ryegrass and paradoxa grass

commence tillering or when conditions

are less than excellent, use a higher

rate of up to 1 L/ha.

Do NOT use on tillered weeds that are

under stress.

NOTE: The 1 L rate of Sertin will

control paradoxa grass and ryegrass

up to the 4 tiller stage.

Wild oats:

For control of wild oats up to the 4 leaf

pre-tillering growth stage, use at least

750 mL/ha.

Canola,

chickpeas,

clover and medic

pastures and

seed crops*,

faba beans,

field peas,

lupins

* Do NOT use on

pastures

containing

desirable

grasses.

250 mL to

500 mL

Sertin

plus (+)

250 mL

Fusilade

plus 2% D-

C-Trate

or plus (+)

2% crop oil

(such as

Ulvapron)

with 0.2%

BS 1000

Use this mixture with Fusilade where

barley grass, brome grass or volunteer

barley occur in combination with annual

ryegrass. Use the lower rate of Sertin

when ryegrass is pre-tillering and

growing conditions are good.

Increase the Sertin rate when either:

weeds are tillering

growth conditions are less than

excellent

high weed populations occur.

Do NOT use on tillered weeds that are

under stress.

Canola,

chickpeas,

faba beans,

field peas,

lentils,

linseed,

lupins

Annual

ryegrass,

barley grass,

brome grass,

volunteer

cereals,

wild oats

NSW,

Vic, SA,

WA only

250 mL to

300 mL

Sertin plus

(+) 200 mL

to 300 mL

Correct

with 0.2%

BS 1000

21 days (G)

[except clover and

medic pastures

and seed crops: 14

days]

Use this mixture with Correct where

barley grass, brome grass or volunteer

barley occur in combination with annual

ryegrass. Use Sertin at the higher rate

when ryegrass populations are high or

dominate the weed spectrum. Use

Correct at the higher rate when brome

grass populations are high or dominate

the weed spectrum.

The total applied product should not

be less than 500 mL/ha.

Apply when weeds are at early tillering

stage.

Sertin 186 EC

BROADACRE CROPS AND PASTURE

(continued)

CROP

(crops in bold

are listed more

than once)

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/HA

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Lupins

Annual ryegrass

WA only

500 mL

plus 0.1%

BS 1000

21 days (G)

[except clover and

medic pastures

and seed crops: 14

days]

Use this combination, with BS 1000 as

a surfactant, for control of pre-tillering

ryegrass only and only in tank mixtures

with Brodal

where the combination

with D-C-Trate etc. may cause

unacceptable crop phytotoxicity.

This BS 1000 combination may still

cause transient crop phytotoxicity.

Do NOT use this combination on crops

that are stressed due to any cause as

damage may occur.

Note: Do NOT use BS 1000 as an

alternative to crop oils in other

situations as weed control will be

reduced.

See also Compatibility and

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS.

BROADACRE CROPS – Latest growth stage for application

CROP

GROWTH STAGE

Canola

Do NOT apply after flower buds become visible (green buds).

Chick peas, faba beans, field peas, lentils

Do NOT apply after the start of flowering.

Cotton

Do NOT apply after the start of boll opening.

Green (freezer) peas

Refer to withholding period statement.

Linseed, soybeans

Do NOT apply after flower buds become visible.

Lupins

Do NOT apply after the start of primary flowering (big bud).

Peanuts

Do NOT apply after the start of pegging.

Sunflowers

Do NOT apply after head initiation.

When using Sertin 186 EC in a tank mix with another product also take the growth stage application window of the

other product into consideration.

Sertin 186 EC

HORTICULTURAL CROPS

CROP

(crops in bold are

listed more than

once)

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/HA

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Asparagus

1 day

Brassica crops

(direct sown or

transplanted) i.e.

cabbage,

cauliflower,

Brussels sprouts,

broccoli,

Kohlrabi;

green beans (Qld,

WA, NT, Tas only),

swedes

(Tas only),

tomatoes

6 weeks

Butternut pumpkins,

cucumbers,

lettuce,

melons,

onions,

pumpkins,

red beet,

zucchini

4 weeks

Carrots,

peanuts (Qld, NSW,

WA, NT only),

potatoes,

sweet potatoes

(not Vic)

Annual prairie grass

(seedling),

Awnless barnyard grass,

barnyard grass,

Bracheria windersii

(Qld, NT only),

crowsfoot grass,

Dinebra retroflexa,

(Qld, NT only),

green summer grass

(Qld, NT only),

Johnson grass (seedling),

Lesser canary grass

(Phalaris minor),

liverseed grass,

paradoxa grass

(Phalaris paradoxa)

(Qld, NSW, NT only),

pigeon grass

(foxtail grass, Tas)

(Setaria verticillata)

(Vic, Tas, SA only),

ryegrasses (not Qld, NT)

(Wimmera ryegrass, Vic),

stink grass,

summer grass,

volunteer oats,

volunteer sorghum,

volunteer wheat,

wild oats

States

1 L plus 1 or

2 L of a crop

oil such as

D-C-Trate

Ulvapron

Weed stage at application:

Apply when the majority of the

grass weeds are in the 2 to 6 leaf

stage and are actively growing.

NOTE: The 1 L rate of Sertin will

control paradoxa grass and

ryegrass up to the 4 tiller stage.

See Compatibility and

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS for

precautions regarding mixtures

with, or following application of

various other products.

Winter weeds:

On winter weed species when

applying less than 100 L/ha of

spray volume use the 1 L rate of

spray oil.

In all other situations use 2 L/ha.

Brassica crops

(direct sown or

transplanted) i.e.

cabbage,

cauliflower,

Brussels sprouts,

broccoli,

kohlrabi;

green beans,

swedes

6 weeks

Green (freezer)

peas,

oilseed poppies

10 weeks

Onions

4 weeks

Potatoes,

sweet potatoes

English couch (rope twitch,

quack grass),

onion twitch

(bulbous oat grass)

only

1.5 L plus 2

L of a crop

oil such as

D-C-Trate or

Ulvapron

Apply when the majority of the

target weeds are in the 3 leaf

stage; repeat application when

weed re-growth is in the 3 leaf

stage to obtain suppression for

the growing life of the crop.

Ornamentals

Kikuyu,

common couch

States

8 mL plus 10

mL of a crop

oil such as

D-C-Trate or

Ulvapron per

litre of water.

Spray runners, which are actively

growing, in early spring; a second

application 3 weeks later may be

necessary to ensure total kill.

Apply as a directed spray to the

grass weeds at the base of the

ornamentals. Some species of

ornamentals may show

phytotoxic effects when sprayed

over the top.

See GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

– Ornamentals for further

information.

Sertin 186 EC

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD (WHP):

Harvest (H)

Canola, carrots, chickpeas, cotton, faba beans, field peas, lentils, linseed, lupins, ornamentals, peanuts, potatoes, soybeans,

sunflowers, sweet potatoes:

NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

Asparagus:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION.

Beets, butternut pumpkins, cucurbits, lettuce, onions:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 4 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION.

Brassica crops, green beans, swedes, tomatoes:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 6 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION

Green (freezer) peas, oilseed poppies:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 10 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION.

Grazing (G)

Common stylo, clover and medic pastures and seed crops, lucerne:

DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

Canola, chickpeas, faba beans, field peas, green beans, green (freezer) peas, lentils, linseed, lupins, peanuts, soybeans:

DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 21 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

Cotton:

DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT COTTON FORAGE OR STUBBLE FOR STOCK FOOD.

When using Sertin 186 EC in a tank mix with another product also take the withholding period of the other product

into consideration.

There are no safety alerts related to this product.

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