TIGREX

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • TIGREX SELECTIVE HERBICIDE
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Emulsifiable
  • Units in package:
  • 5L, 10L, 20L, 100L, 110L, 1000L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical
  • Manufactured by:
  • BAYER CROPSCIENCE

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • TIGREX SELECTIVE HERBICIDE
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • BARLEY | CEREAL RYE | CEREAL UNDERSOWN WITH CLOVER | CLOVER - SEED PRODUCTION | CLOVER FOR HAY PRODUCTION | ESTABLISHED CLOVER B
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group FI Herbicide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS | CAPEWEED | CHARLOCK | CHICKWEED - SUPPRESSION | COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION | CORN GROMWELL, IRONWEED OR SHEEPWEED | COWVINE - SUPPRESSION | CRASSULA | DEADNETTLE | DENSEFLOWER FUMITORY | DOCK - SUPPRESSION | DOUBLEGEE - SUPPRESSION | FAT HEN - SUPPRESSION | FIREWEED - SUPPRESSION | FUMITORY | HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD | HEXHAM SCENT - SUPPRESSION | HOREHOUND - SUPPRESSION | HYSSOP LOOSESTRIFE - SUPPRESSION | ICEPLANT - SUPPRESSION | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD | LONDON ROCKET | LONG STORKSBILL - SUPPRESSION | MARSHMALLOW - SUPPRESSION | MOUSE-EAR CHICKWEED - SUPPRESSION | NIGHT-SCENTED STOCK - SUPPRESSION | PATERSON'S CURSE - SUPPRESSION | PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION | PRICKLY LETTUCE | PURPLE GOOSEFOOT | ROUGH POPPY - SUPPRESSION | SAFFRON THISTLE | SAFFRON THISTLE - SUPPRESSION | SCARLET PIMPERNEL - SUPPRESSION | SHEPHERD'S PURSE | SKELETON WEED - SUPPRESSION | SORREL | STEMLESS THISTLE - SUPPRESSION | TOAD RUSH | TREE HOGWEED - SUPPRESSION | TURNIP WEED | VARIEGATED THISTLE - SUPPRESSION
  • Product summary:
  • For the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereals and clover.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31525/58136
  • Authorization date:
  • 23-01-2013
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

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

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Tigrex®

SELECTIVE .

HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS:

MCPA

AS THE 2-ETHYLHEXYL ESTER

DIFLUFENICAN

SOLVENTS:

GROUP

LIQUID HYDROCARBONS

_150

N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE

HERBICIDE

pproved

For the control

certain broad leaf

weeds

winter cereals and clover

as specified

DIRECTIONS FOR

USE table

20L, 1

OOL,

OOOL

IMPORTANT: READ THE

ATTACHED

BOOKLET

BEFORE USE

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page 2 of

TIGREX SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL (5

L,

10

Land

20 L containers)

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged

periods

direct sunlight.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Add rinsings to the spray tank.

not dispose of undiluted chemicals on

s,ite

: 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

a local authority landfill.

If no landfill

available, bury the empty containers below

500 mm

a disposal pit specifically marked and set

for this purpose clear

waterways,

desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

not re-

use container for any other purpose.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

(11

0 L returnable containers)

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged

periods

direct sunlight.

If tamper evident seals are broken prior to initial use then the integrity

the contents cannot

assured.

Empty container

pumping through dry-break connection system.

Do not attempt

breach the

valve system or the filling point, or contaminate the container with water or other products. Ensure

that the coupler, pump, meter and hoses are disconnected, triple rinsed and drained after each

use.

When empty, or contents

longer required, return the container to the point

purchase.

This container remains the property of Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

(1

000 L minibulk container)

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged

periods

direct sunlight.

If tamper evident seals are broken prior to initial use then the integrity

the contents cannot be

assured. Empty product as required into application equipment.'

not attempt to breach the valve

system or filling point, or contaminate the co.ntainer with water

other products.

Ensure that

equipment used

transfer of the product

disconnected, triple rinsed and drained after each use.

When the container is empty, close all caps and valves and return the container to the point of

purchase.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful if swallowed. Will damage the eyes. Will irritate the skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

not inhale vapour.

When opening the container, preparing the spray and using the prepared

spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, washable hat, elbow length PVC gloves

and face shield or goggles.

If product

eyes, wash it out immediately with water.

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

contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

lfpoisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (telephone 13

26).

swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting.

Give a glass

water.

eyes, wash out immediately

with water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information

listed

Material Safety Data Sheet, which can be obtained from

www.bayercropscience.com.au.

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

e 3 of

EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY

This product must be used strictly as directed, and

accordance with all instructions appearing

the label and

other reference material.

So far as it

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.

Tigrex®

a Registered Trademark of Bayer.

APVMA Approval No.:

31525

58136

IM

PORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET BEFORE USE

FOR 24 HOUR SPECIALIST

ADVICE

EMERGENCY ONLY

PHONE 1800 033

Bayer CropScience Pty Ltd

ABN 87 000 226 022

-393 Tooronga

East

Hawthorn Vic.

3123

Phone: (03) 9248 6888

Fax:

(03) 9248 6800

CODE

Website:

www.bayercropscience.com .

Technical enquiries: 1800 804 479

Batch Number:

Date

Manufacture:

drumMUSTER logo required for 5

L,

Land

L packs only

(label code)

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF

CH

ILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

TIGREX SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS:

250 g/L MCPA present as the ethyl hexyl ester

25 g/L DIFLUFENICAN

SOLVENTS:

g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBONS

150 g/L N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE

For the control

certain broad leaf weeds

winter cereals and clover as specified in

DIRECTIONS FOR USE table.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Page 4 of

Store in the closed, original container

a cool , well-ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged

periods

direct sunlight.

The method

disposal

the container depends

the container type.

Read the "Storage and

Disposal" instructions

the label that is attached to the container.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful if swallowed.

Will damage the eyes. Will irritate the skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and

skin.

When

opening the container and preparing the spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the

neck and wrist, washable hat,

elboW

length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

If product

eyes, wash it out immediately with water.

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

goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (telephone 13

26). If

swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass

water.

eyes, wash out immediately with

water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information

listed

the Material Safety Data Sheet, which can be obtained from

www.bayercropscience.com.au.

EXCLUSION OF LIABILITY

This product must be used strictly

directed, and in accordance with all instructions appearing

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

damage arising from failure to follow such

directions and instructions.

Tigrex®

Registered Trademark

Bayer.

APVMA

Approval No.:

31525

58136

IMPORTANT:

READ THIS BOOKLET BEFORE USE

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page 5 of

WEEDS LIST

WEED (Common name)

(Scientific name)

PAGE NO.

Canola (rape)

Brassica napus

Capeweed

Arctotheca calendula

Charlock

Sinapis arvensis

Chickweed

Stellaria media

Common sowthistle (milk thistle)

Sonchus oleraceus

Corn gromwell

Buglossoides arvense

Cowvine

Ipomoea lonchophyl/a

Crassula

Crassula

spp.

Dead nettle

Lamium amplexicaule

Dense-flower fumitory

Fumaria densiflora

Dock

Rumex

spp.

Doublegee (spiny emex)

Emex australis

Fat hen

Chenopodium album

Fireweed

Senecio

spp.

Fumitory

Fumaria

spp.

Hedge mustard

Sisymbrium officinale

Hexham scent (King Island melilot)

Melilotus indicus

Horehound

Marrubium vulgare

Hyssop loosestrife

Lythrum hyssopifolia

lceplant

Mesembryanthemum

spp.

Indian hedge mustard

Sisymbrium orientale

London rocket .

Sisymbrium irio

Long storksbill

Erodium botrys

Marshmallow

Malva parvif/ora

Mouse-eared chickweed

Cerastium glomeratum

Night-scented stock

Matthiola longipetala

Paterson's curse

Echium plantagineum

Peppercress

Lepidium

spp.

Prickly lettuce

Lactuca serriola

Purple goosefoot

Scleroblitum atriplicinum

Rough poppy

Papaver hybridum

Saffron thistle

Carthamus lanatus

Scarlet pimpernel

Anagallis arvensis

Shepherd's purse

Cap$ella bursa-pastoris

Skeleton weed

Chondrilla juncea

Sorrel

Rumexspp.

Stemless thistle

Onopordum acaulon

Toad rush

Juncus bufonius

Tree hogweed

Polygonum patulum

Turnip weed

Rapistrum rugosum

Variegated thistle

Silybum marianum

Vetch (tares)

Vicia sativa

Volunteer lupins

Lupinus

spp.

Ward's weed

Carrichtera annua

Wild radish

Raphanus raphanistrum

Wild turnip

Brassica tournefortii

Wireweed (hogweed)

Polygonum aviculare

BOOKLET

tinued)

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page 6 of

DO NOT apply if crop or weeds are stressed due to dry or excessively moist conditions.

DO NOT apply to crops under stress due to di.sease or insect damage.

DO NOT apply to frost-affected crops or if frosts are imminent.

DO. NOT apply when heavy rain is expected within 4 hours.

CROP

WEEDS

STAGE OF

WEED

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

GROWTH

CEREALS

Wild radish

Up to the 2

leaf

stage

CROP

STAGE

Wheat,

and not more than

only

Cereals

barley,

60 mm

diameter

leaf

to fully tillered

stage-

oats,

Up to the 4

leaf

stage

Z13 to 30)

triticale,

and not more than

States

Over

leaf

to fully tillered

stage-

cereal rye

120 mm

diameter

to 30)

(including

Up to the 6

leaf

stage

Optimum results are achieved when sprayed

cereals

and not more than

3-5 leaf crop stage (generally 4-8

weeks

undersown

150 mm in diameter

post sowing).

with clover)

Up to the 8

leaf

stage

1.0 L

only

apply to Barley

Kulin

and not more than

Wheat

before the 5

leaf

stage (Z15).

180 mm in diameter

Warning:

Tigrex

cause

transient crop

PASTURE

Charlock,

Up to the 2

leaf

stage

yellowing

cereals.

Some

varieties

oats

Newly sown

hedge mustard,

and not more than

have not been tested.

(Refer to

"Crop

Indian hedge

60 mm

diameter

Tolerance"

section

General

Instructions)

established

mustard,

Up to the 4

leaf

stage

clover-

shepherd's

and not more than

Clover

based

purse,

120 mm

diameter

Application is recommended prior

pasture,

turnip weed,

Up to the 6

leaf

stage

1.0 L

. eighth trifoliate

leaf

stage,

however

clover

wild turnip

more than

applications prior to the third leaf stage

hay and

150 mm

diameter

result

crop damage especially

under

seed

London rocket

Up to the 5 leaf stage

stressed conditions and

sandy soils.

production

and not more than

only

apply

to Annual Medics

lucerne.

Ward's weed

120 mm

diameter

Warning:

Tigrex

cause

transient crop

only

yellowing

clover, and

affect growth

and seed set

some

varieties

clover.

Capeweed

Up to the 2 leaf stage

(Refer to

"Crop

Tolerance"

section

and not more than

States

General

Instructions).

60 mm

diameter

Up to the 4 leaf stage

1.0 L

WEED

STAGE

and not more than

Apply when weeds are actively growing. In

120 mm in diameter

most

situations the rate specified for each

Crassula

Up to the 2 leaf stage

weed size. will give satisfactory control.

Under

certain conditions such as:

Up to the 4

leaf

stage

high crop and weed density

* late season germinations

Prickly lettuce

Up to the 2 leaf stage

abnormal weed growth (including early

flowering),

Up to .the 41eaf stage

higher rates ·

product (up to the maximum

rate

application specified for that weed)

the 6

leaf

stage

1.0 L

be required .

Dense-flower

Up to the 2 leaf stage

Tigrex will not effectively control:

fumitory

* regrowth

suppressed weeds;

Corn gromwell,

1.0 L

* transplanted weeds;

saffron thistle,

regrowth from rhizomes

roots;

toad rush

* weeds growing under stress from

Dead nettle

NSW,

. previous herbicide applications

Vic,

CONTINUED OVERLEAF

only

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page 7 of

BOOKLET (continued)

CROP

WEEDS

STAGE OF

STATE

RATE/

CRITICAL COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

WEED

HA

GROWTH

CEREALS

Sorrel

to the 2

Vic only

1.0 L

CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS PAGE

Wheat, barley,

leaf stage

GRAZING

oats, triticale,

Canola (rape)

to the 4

All States

Efficacy

larger weeds will

cereal rye

leaf stage

improved by grazing with normal

(including cereals

Purple goosefoot

Up to the 6

Qld only

levels

stock after the 7 day

undersown with

leaf stage

withholding period. Refer to

clover)

Turnip weed, wild

Cotyledon to

'Pr.otection

Livestock' for grazing

turnip

21eaf stage

only

precautions.

PASTURE

(West of

Newly sown and

Newell

APPLICATION

established

Hwy.)

Activity

this product will be

clover based

reduced if weeds are stressed.

pasture, clover

SA only

Optimum results will be obtained if

for hay and seed

(Eyre

good soil moisture exists at and

production

peninsula

after application. Where crop or

north ·of

weed density is high, water volume

the line

should

increased.

between

Venus

WILD RADISH

Bay and

Tigrex will provide residual control

Cowell)

Wild Radish for up to 4 weeks

CEREALS

Fumitory

6 leaf

All States

after application. Effective residual

Wheat, barley,

stage

activity

this product may

oats, triticale,

terbutryn

reduced where:

cereal rye

(500 g/L)

rates lower than 1

0 L/ha are

CEREALS

SUPPRESSION OF THE FOLLOWING WEEDS

used;

Wheat, barley,

Saffron thistle

Up to the 6

All States

1.0 L

dry conditions prevail;

oats, triticale;

leaf stage

poor coverage

the soil surface

cereal rye

Chickweed, fireweed,

Up to the 4

is achieved;

(including cereals

hexham scent (King

leaf stage

crop is planted

non-wetting

undersown with

Island melilot),

sand;

clover)

ice plant,

soils contain a high content

mouse-eared

organic matter.

chickweed,

PASTURE

night-scented stock,

Optimum results will be obtained if

Newly sown and

Paterson's curse,

good soil moisture exists at and

established

peppercress, skeleton

after application.

clover based

weed, long storksbill,

pasture, clover

volunteer

IUQins

for hay and seed

Wireweed (hogweed)

production

Common sowthistle

Up to the 2

1.0 L

(milk thistle), cowvine,

leaf stage

dock, doublegee

(spiny emex), fat hen,

horehound, hyssop

loosestrife,

marshmallow, rough

poppy, scarlet

pimpernel,

stemless thistle, tree

hogweed, variegated

thistle, vetch (tares)

Tigrex

lectiye Herbicide

Page 8 of

CROP

WEEDS

STAGE OF W

STATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

GROW

Wheat,

Wild radish

to the 4 leaf

plus

Refer al

all C

ritic

rley,

States

ommen

relating

weed

o~ts

more than 120

MCPA LVE

age, graz

, application and

triticale,

diameter

g/L)

wild radi

cere

to the 6 leaf

plus

* Reduced efficacy (suppression

stage

only) may

achieved on wild

more than 150

MCPA LVE

radish larger than 8 leaf or greater

diameter

(500 g/L)

than 180 mm

diameter.

to the 8 leaf

plus

DO NOT use this tank-mix

cereals

stage

are undersown with lucerne or

more than 180 mm

MCPALVE

annual medics.

in diameter*

(500 g/L) .

Crop Stage

Tigrex 350

+ MCPA LVE 200

: Apply from 3 leaf to fully tillered

(Zadok's Z13 to Z30).

Tigrex 500

+ MCPA LVE 200

Apply from 3 leaf to fully tillered

(Zadok's Z13 to Z30).

Tigrex 500

+ MCPA L

VE 400

: Apply from 5 leaf stage to fully

tillered (Zadok's Z15 to Z30).

Optimum results are achieved when

sprayed at 3-5 leaf crop stage

(generally 4-8 weeks post sowing).

only:

DO NOT apply to Barley

or Kulin Wheat before the 5 leaf

stage (Z15).

Warning: Tigrex may cause

transient crop yellowing

cereals.

Some varieties of oats have not

been tested.· (Refer

"Crop

Tolerance" section

General

ructions)

Observe instructions also

MCPA

product label.

USED FOR ANY PURPOSE

MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGI

SLAT

WITH

HOLD

ING PERIODS

CROP H

VEST: NOT REQ

RED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED

crops: DO NOT GRAZE

CUT FOR

STOCK

FOOD FOR 7

AFTER

APPLICAT

L INSTRUCTIONS

Resi

stant

eeds

GROUP

....

HERB

Tigrex

a member

the phenoxy and nicotinanilide groups

herbicides and acts by inhibiting

carotenoid biosynthesis and disrupting plant cell growth. For weed resistance management Tigrex

is both a Group F and a Group I herbicide.

Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to

Tigrex and other Group F and I herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability

anyweed

population. The resistant individuals cari eventually dominate the weed population if these

herbicides are used repeatedly.

These resistant weeds will not be controlled by Tigrex or other

Group F

Group I herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior

to use, Bayer CropScience accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of

Tigrex to control resistant weeds.

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page

9 of

BOOKLET

(corttinued)

Tolerance

Some pre-emergence herbicides, such as atrazine, can cause stress to certain crops resulting

an increase

crop

damC~ge

when using this product.

Subterranean clover

particularly sensitive.

Cereals

After application some transient crop yellowing may occur.

This usually appears as yellow or

white banding on leaves.

Provided the crop

not under stress from pre-emergent herbicide, root

disease, insect damage, frost, dry or excessively moist conditions, the development of the crop

and subsequent growth will

unaffected.

Warning (Oats)

The tolerance

oat varieties Esk and Nile (the two main varieties grown

Tasmania) to Tigrex

has not been tested.

Test a small area

crop before using Tigrex over large areas.

Consult your

local Bayer CropScience representative for advice on specific varieties.

Pasture

The tolerance

clover varieties to Tigrex can vary with rate

application, soil type, crop health,

stage

growth and degree

moisture and temperature stress.

Warning

Tigrex may result

transient crop yellowing and suppression

growth with a resultant initial

reduction

dry matter, particularly at rates

excess

mllha

areas

double spray.

For this reason we recommend application prior to the 8 trifoliate leaf stage.

However, at the lower

rates (500

mllha

and less) and under normal growing conditions, subsequent growth and seed

yield should not be affected.

Under normal growing conditions, the following varieties have shown acceptable levels

foliage

tolerance to Tigrex applied at 500

ml!ha:

Arrowleaf:

Zulu

Balansa:

Paradana

Berseem:

Sacromonte

Persian:

Kyambro, Lupers, Maral

White:

Haifa

Subterranean clover:

Daliak, Dalkeith, Denmark, Esperance, Geraldton, Goulburn, Karridale,

Larissa, Leura, Mt.Barker, Nungarin, Rosedale, Seaton Park, Trikkala and Woogenellup;

The effects of Tigrex on clover seed yield have been tested on the following varieties.

Under

normal growing conditions they show acceptable levels

tolerance to Tigrex applied at 500

ml!ha:

Subterranean clover:

Esperance, Goulburn, Larissa, Seaton Park and Trikkala.

Warning

Rose and Strawberry clover have shown increased sensitivity to Tigrex. Tigrex may affect the

seed yield

subterranean clover variety Woogenellup.

Some pasture grasses, including Phalaris and Cocksfoot, may show some initial reduction

vegetative growth after application of Tigrex. ·

Care should be exercised if sensitive clover varieties or grasses are included

the pasture sward.

Varieties not listed should

tested before using Tigrex over large areas.

Consult your local

Bayer CropScience representative for advice on specific varieties.

Tigrex Selective Herbicide

Page 10 of

BOOKLET (continued)

Subsequent Crops

To reduce effect on subsequent susceptible crops (e.g. canola), ensure thorough cultivation

soil

prior to the sowing

these crops.

Mixing

To ensure even mixing, half fill the spray tank with clean water and add the required amount of

product.

Agitate thoroughly then add the remainder of the water.

Agitate again before spraying

commences.

Reseal part-used product container immediately after use.

Spray mixtures

containing Tigrex should not be left to stand overnight.

Prolonged periods

exposure to cold

temperatures could result

settling out of the product

the mixture.

The use

extremely cold

water for mixing with Tigrex has occasionally led to the build-up

product on the spray-

filters.

To greatly reduce the incidence at which this occurs avoid the use

extremely cold water if

possible.

Warning

The rubber components present

some spraying units may

affected by exposure to the

solvents

Tigrex and some other agricultural products.

To reduce this risk it is recommended

that the spray unit be thoroughly washed with a boom cleaner and fresh water after use. Contact

the spray unit manufacturer to determine the suitability

the rubber components for use with

agricultural products.

Application

Boom Sprayer

A minimum

50 L

water per hectare should be used, however; for optimum results water rates

70-100

are recommended.

Increase the water volume if weed infestation is heavy or crop

cover

dense.

Complete coverage of weeds

essential.

Aircraft (NSW,

Vic,

SA

only)

Apply

a minimum

L water per hectare.

Effective weed control will only be achieved where

good coverage

leaf surface

achieved.

Compatibility

The following products are physically compatible with Tigrex as a two-way mixture

the spray

tank but should only

used for the crops specified:

Crop

Tigrex®

Compatible Product

Wheat, triticale and cereal

to 750

Hoe"grass® (also barley), Tristar® Advance

L

rye only

mllha

rate only}, Wildcat® (wild oats only)

Cereals (including

All rates

· Chlorpyrifos (500 g/L), dimethoate, Thiodan®.

undersown)

Cereals (not undersown)

to 500

Ally®,

Glean®, MCPA LVE, Logran®

mllha

All rates

Bromoxynil 200 g/L, 2,4-D Amine 500 Herbicide,

Lontrel®, Tordon® 50-D, Cadence® (up to 115 g

only), Eclipse®

Wheat, barley, triticale, and

Achieve®

cereal rye only (not

undersown)

Wheat only (not

Topik®

undersown)

Clover

Up to 750

Targa®, Fusilade®

Subterranean clover

mllha

Simazine (500 g/L}, simazine (500 g/L)

paraquat (200 q/L) mixture

1.0 L/ha

2,4-

amine (500 g/L}

. Tigrex Selective Herbicide

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BOOKLET (continued) .

When mixing with other herbicides, crop yellowing may be enhanced. When mixing with

Hoegrass, Wildcat or Tristar Advance some reduction

the efficacy and speed

action of these

products may occur.

If the crop is stressed, the application of the herbicide tank-mixtures may

cause yield reduction.

When mixing with Cadence a temporary wilting may be evident

some

crops after application.

Growers should seek advice before spraying recently released cereal

varieties.

Use the recommended rates for both herbicides

the tank-mixture as well as the surfactant

recommendation

the grass herbicide.

If another herbicide

applied as a tank mix, observe the

plantback restrictions

that label.

NOT add surfactant when mixing Tigrex and Ally.

Simazine: Refer to the simazine label for correct application rates, especially with regard to soil

types.

This product may be mixed

the spray tank with one of the following insecticides according to the

directions for use on this product: Hallmark® 50EC, Dominex® 100EC, Karate®, Decis Options®,

Talsta~.

Warning

DO NOT use crop oils with Tigrex or Tigrex tank mixtures with other products

cereals.

As formulations

other manufacturer's products are beyond the control

Bayer CropScience, all

mixtures should

tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment, that may cause drift onto

nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands

pastures. Avoid spray drift and vapour

movement onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, lupins, fruit trees and

ornamentals.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK.

Grazing Precaution

Sprayed weeds may become more palatable to stock and a higher intake

some weeds may

result

stock poisoning and death from causes such

nitrate poisoning.

Care should

bE;l

taken·

especially where capeweed, Paterson's curse and variegated thistles predominate

the pasture.

Avoid grazing with young

breeding stock.

not graze horses or pigs on Paterson's curse.

doubt, contact your nearest Department

Agriculture.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FiSH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish.

NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or used

containers.

De6is Options®, Eclipse®, Hoegrass®, Thiodan®, Tigrex®, Tristar® and Wildcat® are Registered

Trademarks

Bayer.