PILARSATO 450 SL HERBICIDE

Australia - English - APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority)

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Active ingredient:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT
Available from:
PILARQUIM (SHANGHAI) CO LTD
INN (International Name):
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT
Pharmaceutical form:
SOLUBLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT GLYCINE Active 450.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 200L; 500L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WITHHOLDING PERIOD: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.; Host/pest details: BANANA: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.), BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS TENUIS, BLADY GRASS, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CANARY GRASSES, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, FUMITORY, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND CHERRY - PHYSALIS ANGULATA, GUINEA GRASS, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KANGAROO GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA, MINTWEED, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PELLITORY, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE GRASS, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, REDLEG GRASS OR REDGRASS, RHODES GRASS, RYEGRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVER GRASS OR RAT'S-TAIL FESCUE, SILVERLEAF NIGHTSHADE, SORREL, SOURSOB OR OXALIS, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, ST JOHN'S WORT, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; BRUSH AND WOODY WEED CONTROL: [BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BOXTHORN, CHINESE SCRUB, CROFTON WEED, FURZE OR GORSE, GROUNDSEL BUSH, HAWTHORN, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, MISTFLOWER OR CREEPING CROFTON WEED, SWEET BRIAR OR WILD ROSE]; CITRUS: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.), BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS TENUIS, BLADY GRASS, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CANARY GRASSES, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, FUMITORY, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND CHERRY - PHYSALIS ANGULATA, GUINEA GRASS, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KANGAROO GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA, MINTWEED, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PELLITORY, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE GRASS, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, REDLEG GRASS OR REDGRASS, RHODES GRASS, RYEGRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVER GRASS OR RAT'S-TAIL FESCUE, SILVERLEAF NIGHTSHADE, SORREL, SOURSOB OR OXALIS, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, ST JOHN'S WORT, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; COTTON - PRE HARVEST: [BATHURST BURR, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS - SEASONAL SUPPRESSION, WINTER ANNUAL WEEDS]; COTTON - SHIELDED SPRAYING: [AFRICAN TURNIP WEED, ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, ANNUAL PHALARIS, AUSTRALIAN BLUEBELL - W. GRACILIS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BLADDER KETMIA, BOGGABRI WEED, BUTTON GRASS, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, COLUMBUS GRASS - SEEDLING, COUCH GRASS, CUDWEED, DEADNETTLE, FUMITORY, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, JOHNSON GRASS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, NATIVE MILLET, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PIGWEED SPP., SAFFRON THISTLE, SOWTHISTLES, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPURGE, STINK GRASS, STINKING GOOSEFOOT, SUMMER GRASS, SWEET SUMMER GRASS, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, VOLUNTEER SORGHUM - SORGHUM HALEPENSE, VOLUNTEER SUNFLOWER, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; DRY DRAINS & CHANNELS: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.), BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS TENUIS, BLADY GRASS, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CANARY GRASSES, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, FUMITORY, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND CHERRY - PHYSALIS ANGULATA, GUINEA GRASS, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KANGAROO GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA, MINTWEED, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PELLITORY, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE GRASS, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, REDLEG GRASS OR REDGRASS, RHODES GRASS, RYEGRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVER GRASS OR RAT'S-TAIL FESCUE, SILVERLEAF NIGHTSHADE, SORREL, SOURSOB OR OXALIS, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, ST JOHN'S WORT, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; DRY MARGINS OF DAMS, LAKES & STREAMS: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.), BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS TENUIS, BLADY GRASS, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CANARY GRASSES, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, FUMITORY, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND CHERRY - PHYSALIS ANGULATA, GUINEA GRASS, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KANGAROO GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA, MINTWEED, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PELLITORY, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE GRASS, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, REDLEG GRASS OR REDGRASS, RHODES GRASS, RYEGRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVER GRASS OR RAT'S-TAIL FESCUE, SILVERLEAF NIGHTSHADE, SORREL, SOURSOB OR OXALIS, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, ST JOHN'S WORT, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; FALLOW WEED CONTROL - PRIOR TO SOWING: [AFRICAN TURNIP WEED, ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, ANNUAL PHALARIS, AUSTRALIAN BLUEBELL - W. GRACILIS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BLADDER KETMIA, BOGGABRI WEED, BUTTON GRASS, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, COLUMBUS GRASS - SEEDLING, COUCH GRASS, CUDWEED, DEADNETTLE, FUMITORY, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, JOHNSON GRASS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, NATIVE MILLET, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PIGWEED SPP., SAFFRON THISTLE, SOWTHISTLES, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPURGE, STINK GRASS, STINKING GOOSEFOOT, SUMMER GRASS, SWEET SUMMER GRASS, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, VOLUNTEER SORGHUM - SORGHUM HALEPENSE, VOLUNTEER SUNFLOWER, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FORESTRY: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO (BAMBUSA SPP.), BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD GRASS OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS TENUIS, BLADY GRASS, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP - TRIBULIS TERRESTIS, CANARY GRASSES, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, FUMITORY, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND CHERRY - PHYSALIS ANGULATA, GUINEA GRASS, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KANGAROO GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, LUDWIGIA PERUVIANA, MINTWEED, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARA
Authorization status:
Stopped
Authorization number:
70175
Authorization date:
2019-06-30

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Pilarsato

Herbicide -

combined label-leaflet

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of22

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Pilarsato 450 SL

Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 450

GLYPHOSATE

present as the

isopropylamine

salt

GROUP

HERBICIDE

Approved

Pilarsato 450

Herbicide

a non-residual

herbicide

control

a broad range

Annual, Perennial,

Woody

Weeds and

Conservation Tillage as

per the Directions

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET BEFORE USE

Contents 5 LITRES

200L, 500L, 1

OOOL)

Pilarquim (Shanghai)

1 07 Crescent Road

Hamilton

OLD 4007

Tel: 07 3630 0003

Pilarsato 450

Herbicide

-combined

label-leaflet

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PROTECTION

OF

CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

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

onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropp

g lan

or pastures.

PROTECTION

OF

WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

not contaminate streams,

vers or waterways with the product or used containers. When controlling

weeds near water, refer to label directions to minimise the entry

spray

to the water.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

There is no withholding period for grazing stock, but to give the product a chance to be efficiently

absorbed by sprayed vegetation, it is recommended that livestock be kept clear

treated annual

weeds for one

after spraying, and for perennial weeds 7 days. For certain plants known to be toxic

to stock, (eg soursob, variegated thistle),

is advisable to keep livestock away until complete browning

occurs.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

not store the product in galvanised steel

unlined steel containers,

the product may react to

produce h

rogen gas, which

turn could form a highly combustible gas that could explode

ignited

by an open flame, or spark, lighted cigarette etc.

Store in the closed original container in a well-ventilated area as cool as possible. Do not store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple, or preferably pressure, rinse conta

ers before disposa

Add rinsings to spray tank. Do not

dispose

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

or designated collection point.

If not recycling, break, c

sh, puncture and bury

ty containers

a local authority landfi

If no

landfill

available, bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up

for this purpose clear

waterways, desir

le vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and product

should n

be burnt.

For refillable containers:

Empty contents fully

to application equipment. Close all valves and return

point

supply for refill

or storage.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When preparing the 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

ter. After each day's use, wash gloves and face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occ

s, contact a doctor or Poisons Informa

Centre. Phone Australia 13

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is

sted

the Material Safety Data Sheet that can be obtained fr

the supplier.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd shall not

liable for any loss, injury, damage or death whether

consequential or

herwise whatsoever, or howsoever aris

g whether through negligence or otherwise

connecti

with the sale, supply, use or application

this product. The supply

this product

the express condition that the purchaser does not rely on Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd's skill or

judgement

purchasing or using the same and every person dealing with th

product does so at his

own risk absolutely. No representative

Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd has any authority to add to or

alter

ese conditions.

APVMA Approval No:

70175/62675

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Pilarsato 450 SL

Herbicide-

combined label-leaflet

21-03-2014

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH

CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Pilarsato 450 SL

Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 450

YPHOSATE

present

isopropylamine

salt

GROUP

HERBICIDE

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Pilarsato

Herbicide

non-residual

herbicide

control

broad

range

Annual,

Perennial,

Woody

Weeds

Conservation

Tillage

Directions

IMPORTANT: READ THIS BOOKLET BEFORE USE

APVMA

Approval No: 70175/62675

Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd

1 07 Crescent Road

Hamilton

QLD 4007

Tel: 07 3630 0003

Pilarsato

SL Herbicide -

combined label-leafiet

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

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spray

rainfall is

expected

rainfall within 6

hours

treatment

may reduce

effectiveness

this

product

Heavy

rainfall within 2

hours

treatment

wash

product

from the

leaf

surface

retreatment

necessary.

disturb treated

weeds

grazing, cultivation,

sowing

etc.,

after

treatment

for annual

weeds

and 7 days

perennial

weeds

ensure

complete

uptake

the Herbicide.

treat

weeds

under

stress from frost, cold,

waterlogging,

lack

moisture

disease.

Plants

must

actively growing

ensure

optimum

uptake

product.

Annual

Weed

Control

States

Weeds Controlled

Rate

Critical

comments

Amaranth

(Amaranthus spp.)

Boom:

weeds

Barley Grass

(Hordeum /eporinum)

1.6-

2.4 Llha

Spray actively growing plants.

Barnyard Grass

(Echinoch/oa crus-ga/i)

Brame Grass

(Bromus spp.)

the lower rate on weeds up to 15cm

Caltrop

(Tribu/us terrestris)

Handgun:

tall; increase to the higher rate

Canary Grass

(Phalaris spp.)

when weeds are over 15cm tall.

400 -

560ml

per 1

Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula)

water

Cereals Volunteer

residual activity is required, this

Chickweed

(Stellaria media)

product may be mixed with certain

Cobbler's

(Bidens pi/osa)

Knapsack:

residual herbicides- see section

Deadnettle

(Lamium amplexicau/e)

80ml

per 15L

titled 'Compatibility'.

Double Gee

(Emex australis)

water

Fumitory

(Fumaria officina/is)

Ground

Chenry

(Physalis angulata)

Lesser Swinecress

(Coronopus didymus)

Wiper

equipment-

Liverseed Grass

(Urochloa panicoides)

see Application Section

Mintweed

(Salvia reflexa)

this label

Paradoxa grass

(Phalaris paradoxa)

Paterson's Curse

(Echium p/antagineum)

Pigweed

(Portulaca o/eracea)

Potato weed

(Ga/insoga parvif/ora)

Ryegrass

(Lolium rigidum)

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus lanatus)

Silver grass

(Vu/pia spp.)

Sow Thistle

(Sonchus o/eraceus)

Spear Thistle

(Cirsium vulgare)

Spiny Burrgrass

(Cenchrus spp.)

Spurge

(Euphorbia spp.)

Sub Clover

(Trifolium subterraneum)

Thomapple

(Datura spp.)

Wild Mustard

(Sisymbrium officina/e)

Wild Oats

(Avena spp.)

Wild Turnip

(Brassica tournefortii)

Winter Grass

(Poa annua)

Variegated Thistle

(Silybum marianum)

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Perennial

Weed

Control

Weeds

Controlled

Rate

Critical Comments

Boom

Knapsack

Handgun

mU15L

voi/100L

Bamboo

(Bambusa

Apply to actively growing foliage and/or regrowth

sp.)

which is between 1m and 2m taiL Cut Stump: Dilute

mix 1 part of this product with 6 parts water.

Cut stems back to 20cm high, pour mixture down

hollow stem

wet the

Bent grass

Apply to actively growing plants

late spring when

(Agrostis tenuis)

they have

some

seed head development but before

summer drought stress. Bent grass should NOT

grazed heavily at spraying. Follow-up management is

required to limit seedling re-establishment Full

disturbance with tyned implement should follow 10-21

days after spraying. Application of this product should

be followed

a summer crop and/or by re-seeding

pasture or crop the following autumn.

Blady

grass

7.2 L

Spray at head stage while plants are

active growth

(lmperata cvlindrica)

stage.

Bracken

(Pteridium

7.2 L

1.2 L

For

boom

application,

always

add

an

organosilicone

escu/e ntum)

penetrant

(200ml

per 1

spray) otherwise reduced

results

will

occur.

Addition

of

organosilicone

penetrant may also improve control with handgun

application.

Wiper application is recommended, see WIPER

EQUIPMENT section

this labeL Double pass

application is required for ropewick equipment.

Bracken should be slashed in Winter/Spring prior to

treatment. Apply this product to fully unfurled, actively

growing fronds but prior

frosts. Visible symptoms

may not

fully apparent until the next season.

Complete control will not be achieved from one

application. Repeat treatment is recommended,

preferably associated with pasture improvement

Carpet

grass

2.4 L

Spray at early head stage while

active growth

(Axonopus spp)

stage.

Cocksfoot

2.4 L

Spray at early head stage while

active growth

(Dactylis glomerata)

stage.

Couch

7.2 L

Spray at early head stage (late Spring).

(Cynodon dactylon)

Flatweed (Cal's Ear)

2.4 L

Spray at early flowering to fully developed rosettes.

(Hypochaeris radicata)

Glyceria

4.8 L

Apply to actively growing plants at mature head stage

(G/yceria maxima)

in

late

summer,

autumn.

Add

a

non-ionic

surfactant

(50-60%ai) at 200-250ml/100L. NOTE: Control

Glyceria is only allowed

dry drains and channels

and margins of dams, lakes and streams. Do NOT

apply to weeds growing

over water. Do NOT

spray

across

open bodies

water and do NOT allow

spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to

return to dry channels or drains within 4 days

application.

Guinea

grass

7.2 L

Spray at early head stage. Refer to 'Application

(Panicum maximum)

Equipment' section

the label: sub-heading 'Wiper

Equipment'

as

it can also

used.

Hoary

Cress

60ml

Spray at late rosette to flowering stage, late July to

(Cardaria draba)

September. At this time of year ensure frosts,

waterlogging or possibly drought stress are not a

restraint

as

plants need

active growth stage.

Refer to 'Wiper Equipment' section of this booklet, if

this use technique can

applied to this situation.

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Herbicide-

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Weeds Controlled

Rate

Boom

Knapsack

Handgun

mU15L

voi/100L

Johnson

grass

4.8 L

(Sorghum halepense)

Kangaroo grass

4.8 L

120 mL

(Themeda australis)

Kikuyu grass

4.8 L

120 mL

(Pennisetum

c/andestinum)

Lovegrass, African

4.8 L

120 mL

Ludwigia

peruviana

Nutgrass

4.8 L

(Cyperus rotundus)

Nutgrass

2.4 L plus

80 mL

(Cyperus rotundus)

2.4 L

plus

plus

80 mL

Pampas

grass

120-150

Paragrass

7.2 L

160 mL

Paspalum

4.8 L

(Paspalum dilatatum)

Pellitory

( Parietaria judaica)

Phalaris

(Phalaris aquatica)

4.8 L

Plantains

2.4 L

80 mL

(Plantago spp)

Prairie

grass

4.8 L

120 mL

800 mL

(Bromus unioloides)

Old Blue grass

4.8 L

120 mL

800 mL

(Dichanthium sericium)

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Critical

Comments

Spray at early head stage when plants are actively

growing or refer

'Wiper Equipment' section of this

booklet, if that application technique

to be used

Johnson grass.

Spray at early head stage when plants are actively

growing.

Spray at early head stage when plants are actively

growing.

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

pasture improvement is recommended to restrict

seedlinq re-establishment.

Apply when actively growing and at

beyond the

early bloom stage of growth, but before Autumn

colour

changes

occur.

Thorough

coverage

is

necessary for best control.

Non-cultivated situations. Apply

actively growing

plants

the late summer/autumn (Feb/April) when at

least 20% have reached the head staae.

If spraying is to be done on crop growing land, apply

first spray

February, which is about the time that

20-25%

plants have reached heading stage. Then

a second application is necessary about 2 months

later, which gives adequate time for full emergence to

occur.

Because

underground

runners

are

broken

up

by

cultivation,

individual

nuts

may

spring

up

and

repeat treatments may be needed to obtain a total

control

situation.

On

land

that

is

primarily

grazing

or

urban, spray

February/April period, so long as

correct

growing

conditions

are

present.

Again

ensure

that 20-25% of plants have reached the head staqe.

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 1m. Use

the higher rate on plants over 1m hiqh.

Apply to actively growing plants at the earty head

staae.

Spray at early head stage when plants are in active

growth.

Apply to actively growing'plants prior

seeding.

Repeat applications may be necessary

control

seedlings and/or reqrowth.

For medium

longer term control, use the high rates

while plants are

active growth phase during

Winter/Spring. The lower rates may be used

conjunction with burning (fire breaks). This will give a

brown out and better burning conditions. Leave for 2-

3 weeks after soravina before burnino.

Spray when plants have reached the early head

stage. Bear

mind that Plantains are slow to develop

toxicitv svmotoms.

Spray at early head stage while plants are in active

growth phase.

Spray at early head stage while plants are in active

growth phase.

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Weeds

Controlled

Rate

Critical Comments

Boom

Knapsack

Handgun

mU15L

voi/100L

leg grass

4.B

BOO

Spray at early head stage while plants are

active

(Bothrioch/oa ambigua)

growth phase.

Rhodes grass

4.B

BOO

Spray at early head stage while plants are

active

(Chloris gayana)

growth phase.

Rope Twitch

4.B

BOO

Leave

ground

in

a dormant state for 8 months prior to

(Agropyron repens)

spraying

late Summer/Autumn, so that the foliage

uptake the product is fully available (at least 20cm

height). Ensure drought stress conditions

exist at time

sprayino.

Silverleaf Nightshade

1.6 L

Spray actively growing plants when good soil

(Solanum

moisture is present. Spray when plants are

the late

elaegnifofium)

flowering to berry stage. Follow

sprays will be

required to maximise control.

Sorrel

4.B

BOO

Spray at bud stage so long as plants are

an active

(Rumex acetose/la)

growth phase.

Soursob

60 mL

Best results can be obtained by late Winter/early

(Oxafis pescaprae)

Spring sprays. Ensure foliage is

a healthy, actively

growing stage at time of spraying. See also

'Conservation Tillage' section of this booklet.

St John's Wort

2.4 L

60 mL

Spray at the flowering to post-flowering stage in

(Hypericum

Summer/Autumn period. As spraying is only part

perforatum)

the total management concept of pasture

improvement, follow-up sprays may be needed.

Thistle Artichoke

2.4 L

60 mL

Spray when plants have reached rosette/early

(Cynara carduncufus)

heading stage. Plants should be free of soil deposits,

particularly when sprayinq alono roadsides.

Thistle Californian

120 mL

Spray at the flowering stage, As spraying is only part

(Cirsium arvense)

the total management concept of pasture

improvement, follow-up sprays may

needed.

Yorkshire fog

2.4 L

Spray when plants have reached the early heading

(Hofcus fanatus)

stage and are

an active growth phase.

OOlY

ee

san

Handgun/

Critical Comments

Weeds

Controlled

Knapsack

Read

Application

Checklist

before

using

Vol/1 Litre

Bitou bush/

Apply to actively growing plants.

not treat plants that are stressed,

Boneseed

particularly drought stressed. Spray to wet all foliage. Best results are

(Chrysanthemoides

achieved when treated during the winter at peak flowering. Use the higher

monififera)

rate on bushes over 1.5m. Follow-up treatment may be required

prevent

the establishment of oerminatino weeds.

Blackberry

8 or 10mL

Apply from January to May (flowering to leaf fall). Spray plants which are

(Rubus fruitcosus)

not under stress due to high temperatures, drought or frost. Spray to

thoroughly wet all foliage. Use the higher rate for dense old stands over 2m

high. Further treatment may

needed to control seedlings and regrowth.

Symptoms may be slow to appear and may not be apparent until the next

season. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or

further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or re-growth.

TAS ONLY: Do not spray bushes bearing mature fruit.

Boxthom

B

Spray to wet all foliage. Use the lower rate for young bushes and the

(Lycium ferocissium)

higher rate for bigger mature bushes.

NOT spray if conditions are

and dry. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or

further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or re-growth.

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Critical

Comments

Weeds

Controlled

Knapsack

Read

Application

Checklist

before

using

Vol/1

Litre

Crofton

Weed

Apply to plants with full foliage, which are actively growing. Spray to wet all

(Eupatorium

foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture improvement are recommended

adenophorum)

to restrict seedling re-establishment.

Gorse (Furze)

plus

May be applied at any time

the year, but plants must be actively

organosilicone

growing. Always add an organosilicone penetrant to ensure good results.

penetrant 2mL

Spray to wet all foliage. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture

improvement

and/or further treatment are

recommended

to

control

seedlings and/or re-growth.

Groundsel Bush

Apply to actively growing plants using the higher rate for plants over 2m

(Baccharis

tall. Do not spray during summer drought conditions

winter. Spray to

hafimiffoia)

wet

all foliage. Further treatment

and/or

pasture improvement

are

recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

Hawthorn

10 mL

Spray from flowering to leaf fall when plants are actively growing. Use the

( Cratagus

spp.)

higher rate on plants over 2m tall. Spray to thoroughly

all foliage.

Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further

treatment are recommended to control seedlinos and/or re-orowth.

Lantana

8 mL

Apply to plants with full foliage, which are actively growing. Spray to

(Lantana camara)

thoroughly wet all foliage and individual plants.

NOT spray during

periods

summer

drought stress. Burning (after complete brownout),

pasture

improvement and/or further treatment

are

recommended

to

control

seedlings and/or re-growth. Addition

organosilicone penetrant

(200mL/1

OOL)

mav improve control.

Mistfiower

4 mL

Apply to plants with full foliage, which are actively growing. Spray to

(Eupatorium

thoroughly wet all foliage and individual plants. Further treatment and/or

riparium)

pasture improvement

are

recommended to restrict seedling re-

establishment.

Sifton Bush/ Chinese

Apply to actively growing plants ensuring complete coverage. Further

Scrub

treatment and/or pasture improvement

are

recommended to restrict

( Cassubua arcutata)

seedling re-establishment and/or regrowth. For high-volume application

use the higher rate when bushes are

over

1m. For

Wiper

Application a

double pass application is required. Best results are achieved if bushes are

less

than 1m tall and green at the time

application.

Sweet Briar

12-16mL

Apply from late flowering to leaf fall to actively growing plants. Spray to

(Rosa

rubiginosa)

thoroughly wet all foliage. Use the higher rate for bushes over 1.5m tall.

Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further

treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

L"

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DIRECTIONS

USE-

Conservation

Tillage

situations:

RESTRAINTS

spray

rainfall is

expected

rainfall

within

hours

treatment

reduce

effectiveness

this

product.

Heavy

rainfall

within

hours

treatment

wash

product

from

leaf

surface

retreatment

necessary.

disturb

treated

weeds

grazing,

cultivation,

sowing

etc.,

after

treatment

annual

weeds

days

perennial

weeds

ensure

complete

uptake

Herbicide.

treat

weeds

under

stress

from

frost,

cold,

waterlogging,

lack

moisture

disease.

Plants

must

actively

growing

ensure

optimum

effectiveness

product.

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Vol/ha

Critical

Comments

SOUTHERN

Barley Grass

NSW,

400-BOO

Treat only actively growing weeds not

under

AUSTRALIA

(Hordeum leporinum),

VIC,

pre tillering

stress from low moisture, frost, cold, disease

Before

Brame Grass

Southern

waterlogging. If heavy grazing

occurred

sowing a

(Bromus

unioloides),

WA,SA

BOO

mL-1.0L

allow regrowth to 6-Bcm before spraying and

Volunteer cereals,

only

use the higher rate.

crop

Wild Oats

(Avena

spp.)

post tillering

pasture

RATE SELECTION: Increase to high rates

Annual Phalaris

BOO

-1.0L

the season

when treating under

For weed

(Phalaris canariensis),

pre tillering

coldfovercast conditions.

control prior

Annual Ryegrass

Full

Disturbance:

Using a cultivation

to sowing a

(Lolium rigidum),

1.0L

-1.2L

sowing with a tyned implement, full

crop or

Silvergrass

post tillering

disturbance may start 1 day after treatment (7

pasture with

(Vulpia spp.),

days if Dock, Phalaris, Skeleton

Weed,

full soil

Winter Grass

Soursob

Sorrel are present) and should

disturbance

(Poa

annua)

occur within

days after treatment.

Where

by cultivation

Calomba Daisy

400-

800mL

cultivation

sowing does not occur within

sowing

(Pentzia suffructicosa),

less than Scm

days, new weed growth may require further

with a tyned

Capeweed

diameter

treatment.

When

treating light infestations

implement

(Arctotheca calendula),

800mL-1.0L

seedling annual grasses (pre-tillering) and

Spiny Emex

I

greater than

annual broadleaved weeds (less than Bern in

Doublegee

diameter

height

diameter) cultivation

sowing may

(Emex australis)

start 6 hours after treatment and should occur

Amsinckia

(Amsinckia),

800mL

-1.0L

within

days.

Fumitory

less than

Crop

Establishment:

Sowing should not

(Fumaria officina/is,

F.

12cm diameter

proceed until conditions allow the formation

muralis),

1.0-

1.2 L

a satisfactory seedbed.

Paterson's Curse

g realer than

Crop

Establishment

for directions.

/Salvation Jane

12cm diameter

Annual

Ryegrass,

Silvergrass

(Echium plantaginium),

Perennial

Grasses:

Addition

a suitable

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus

lanatus),

wetter

improve control.

When

treating

Scotch Thistle

dense infestations

Silvergrass (Vulpia spp.),

(Onopordum

low volume nozzles (eg. SS 11001.

acanthium),

Hardi No 10) and a spray volume

70Uha

Spear Thistle

more is recommended

improve

plant

spray

(Circium vulgare),

coverage.

Variegated Thistle

Tank

Mixtures:

For improved control

clover

(Si/ybum marianum),

add dicamba. Always read and follow all label

Volunteer Lupins

directions, restraints, plant back periods,

(Lupinus angustifolius),

withholding periods, regional use restrictions

Wild Turnip

and safety directions for the tank mix products.

(Brassica

tournefortii)

Tank

Mixtures

for directions

Dock -

seedling

1.2L

Perennial

Weeds:

For Perennial phalaris,

(Rumex

spp.)

Soursob, Skeleton Weed and Sorrel, this

product will provide knockdown, seasonal

suppression and reduction in treated plant

numbers.

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Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Vol/ha

Critical

Comments

Before

Seasonal

suppression

1.2 L

sowing

a

crop

or

Perennial

phalaris

pasture

(Pha/aris),

Sorrel

For weed

(Rumex

acetose//a),

Sub Clover

control

prior

(Trifolium

to

sowing

a

subterraneum),

crop

or

Soursob

pasture with

(Oxa/is

pes-caprae),

full soil

Skeleton Weed

disturbance

(Chondrilla juncea)

fully

by cultivation

emerged

rosettes

or

sowing

(NSWonlv)

with a tyned

implement

All the above weeds

1.2-2.4

TAS ONLY: Use 1.2

annual weeds and

only

2.4L

perennial weeds. The product may

(cont)

also

tank mixed with dicamba to improve

control

of sorrel, dock and

white

clover.

Observe dicamba label directions and plant

back periods.

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Critical

Comments

Vol/ha

SOUTHERN

Barley Grass

NSW,

Rate Selection: Use the higher rate when treating

AUSTRALIA

(Hordeum /eporinum),

VIC,

-1.2L

under

cold/overcast

conditions,

when

using

late

in

Before

sowing

Volunteer cereals,

Sou them

the

season. Use the lower rate

on

young

weeds

a

crop

or

Wild Oats

(Avena spp.)

WA,SA

and the higher rate on mature weeds, i.e. fully

pasture

only

tillered grasses or broadleafweeds at budding or

stem

elongation.

For weed

Brome Grass

1.0 -

If weeds have been grazed heavily remove stock

prior

to

spraying

to

ensure

regrowth

to

6-8cm

control prior to

(Bromus unioloides),

1.6 L

before treatment and use the higher rate.

sowing

a

crop

Canary Grass

or pasture with

(Phalaris spp.),

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass

Perennial

minimal

or

no

Capeweed

Grasses: Addition

a suitable wetter may

soil

(Arctotheca calendula),

improve control.

It

is

recommended

to

use water

disturbance.

Variegated Thistle

volumes of 70 L/ha

more with low volume

(Silybum marianum),

nozzles (eg.

11001 or Hardi

10) to improve

Winter Grass

control.

(Poa annua)

Aerial

Application:

May be applied

air if a

Annual Ryegrass

1.2 -

good seedbed has been established. Always use

(Lolium rigidum),

1.6 L

the higher rates. See Aerial equipment.

Paterson's

Curse

Tank Mixtures: For improved control of Dock,

/Salvation Jane

Sorrel and Sub Clover add dicamba. Read and

(Echium p/antaginium),

follow

label directions for the tank mix product.

Saffron Thistle

See Tank Mixtures for directions. Addition

(Carthamus /anatus),

Ammonium Sulphate,

2L/1

OOL,

may improve

Scotch Thistle

control

when treating under adverse

( Onopordum acanthium),

environmental conditions.

Silvergrass

Pasture

Crop Establishment: Do NOT sow

(Vulpia spp.),

into excessive trash. Trash may be removed by

Spear Thistle

(Circium vulgare),

grazing after treatment. Grazing may commence

Wild Mustard

one day after treatment of annual weeds (small)

(Sisymbrium officina/e),

and 7 days

perennial weeds. Delay grazing for

Wild Radish

3 days where annual weeds are large. Sowing

(Raphanus raphanistrum),

may proceed when excessive trash

is

removed,

but not sooner than one day after treatment of

Wild Turnip

annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds.

(Brassica tournefortii)

See also Crop

Establishment

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Situation

Weeds Controlled

State

Rate

Critical Comments

VoUha

Erodium

1.5-

Aerial (Or Surface) Seeding:

Delay seeding until

(Erodium cictarium),

2.0L

trash is completely removed by grazing and/or

Perennial phalaris

plant decay. When establishing pasture, ensure

(Pha/aris aquatica},

application

fertilizer and insecticides and follow-

Plantain

up

management

is

undertaken as required.

(Plantago

spp.},

Sorrel

(Rumex

acetosella),

Sub Clover

(Trifolium subterraneum},

Yorkshire

( Ho/cus /anatus)

Dock (Rumex spp.),

2.0L

Flatweed

(Hyochoeris

radicata)

All the above weeds

1.2-

TAS ONLY:

Use 1.2

annual weeds and 2.4 L

only

2.4 L

on perennial weeds.

The product may also be

tank mixed with dicamba

improve control

sorrel,

dock

and

white

clover.

Observe

dicamba

label directions and plant back periods.

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Crop&

Weeds Controlled

State

Rate

Critical Comments

Situation

Vol/ha

SOUTHERN

Barley Grass

NSW,

Treat only actively growing plants not under

AUSTRALIA

(Hordeum leporinum),

VIC,

1.2L

stress

from

low

moisture,

frost,

cold,

disease or

Volunteer cereals,

Southern

waterlogging.

weeds have been grazed

For weed

Wild Oats (Avena spp.)

WA,SA

heavily, remove stock prior to spraying

ensure

only

regrowth to 6-8cm before treatment and use the

control to

higherrate.

commence a

Annual Ryegrass

Rate Selection:

Use the lower rate on young

fallow

(Lolium rigidum),

1.6 L

Brame Grass

weeds

or

where

cultivation

is

to

take place

(Bromus unioloides),

within

days. Use the higher rate where

Capeweed

broad leaf weeds reach stem elongation/budding

(Arctotheca calendula),

or where grasses reach full tillering.

Paterson's Curse

Soursob: Treat at tuber exhaustion.

/Salvation Jane (rosette)

Hoary Cress: Treat from late rosette to early

(Echium plantaginium)

flowering.

(rosette),

Couch: Use the higher rate on dense

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus lanatus),

infestations. Apply sequential treatments during

Scotch Thistle

summer

and

autumn,

with

autumn being

most

(Onopordum acanthium),

effective. Repeat applications will be required

Silvergrass

for complete control. For improved control, use

(Vulpia spp.),

in

conjunction

with

cultivation.

Spear Thistle

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and Perennial

(Circium vulgare),

Grasses: Addition

of

a suitable wetter may

Wild Mustard

improve

control.

It

is

recommended

to

use

water

(Sisymbrium orientale),

volumes of 70L/ha or more with low volume

Wild Radish

nozzles(eg. SS

11001

orHardi

10)to

(Raphanus

improve

control.

raphanistrum),

Tank Mixtures: Read and follow all label

Wild Turnip

directions,

restraints, plant-back periods,

(Brassica tournefortii)

withholding

periods,

regional

use

restrictions

Hoary cress

1.2 L

and safety directions for

tank mix products.

(Cardaria draba),

See Tank Mixtures for directions.

Soursob

( Oxalis pes-caprae)

0

0

Couch

1.2-

( Cynodon dactylon)

2.4 L

All the above weeds

Tas only

1.2-

TASMANIA:

Use 1.2

annual weeds and

0

2.4 L

perennial weeds. The product may also

be tank mixed with dicamba to improve control

of sorrel, dock and white clover. Observe

dicamba label directions and plant back periods.

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Weeds

Controlled

State

NORTHERN

Annual Phalaris

Qld,

AUSTRALIA

(Phalaris canadensis),

Northern

Barley Grass

For weed

(Hordeum leporinum),

only

Volunteer cereals,

control prior

Wild Oats

to sowing a

(Avena spp.)

summer

or

winter

crop

Barnyard Grass

or

in

a fallow

(Echinochloa crus-galli),

Button

Grass

(Dactyloctenium

radulans),

Columbus grass

(seedling)

(Sorghum xalmun),

Liverseed Grass

( Urochloa spp.

Stinkgrass/ Lovegrass

(Eragrostis cilianensis),

Native Millet

(Panicum

decomposition),

Volunteer Sorghum

(Sorghum ha/epense)

Australian bluebell (Qid

only)

(Wahlenbergia gracilis),

Cudweed

( Gnappalium luteo-

album),

Fumitory

(Fumaria

officinalis

1

F.

muralis),

Mexican poppy

(Argenmone ochro/euca),

New Zealand spinach

(Tetrogonia

tetragonoides

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus /anatus),

Spear Thistle

( Circium vulgare),

Spurge

(Euphorbia spp.),

Stinking goosefoot

(Chenopdium vulvaria)

Black (giant) pigweed

( Triantherna

portulacastrum),

Boggabri weed

(Amaranthus

macrocarpus),

Caltrop (Tribulis

terrestris

Indian hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium orientale),

Mintweed

(Salvia reflexa

Summer

grass

(Digitaria ci/iaris)

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Rate

Vol/ha

Critical

Comments

400-

800mL

Treat actively growing weeds

under

stress

from

low

moisture,

frost,

cold,

disease or waterlogging.

weeds have

been grazed heavily

remove

stock

prior

to spraying to ensure regrowth to 6-8cm

before treatment and use higher rate.

Under summer (hot) conditions, dense

infestations

Barnyard Grass

800mL

-1.6L

Liverseed Grass may require follow-up

treatment for complete control.

winter

(cold) conditions, symptoms

Deadnettle may be slow to develop.

Rate Selection:

Use the lower rate on

young

weeds

or

where cultivation

is

to

take place within

days.

Use the higher rate where broadleaf

weeds reach stem elongation/budding or

where grasses reach full tillering.

more

advanced stages

growth certain

broad leaf weeds require a higher rate

range or the addition

2,4-D.

Aerial Application:

See General

Instructions.

not apply by air

1.2L

temperature

is

over

30°C.

Crop Establishment:

Sowing should not

proceed

until

conditions

allow

for a

formation

a satisfactory seedbed.

See Crop Establishment for directions.

Tank Mixtures:

Read

follow label

directions, restraints, plant back periods,

withholding periods, and safety directions

for the tank mix products. DO NOT tank

mix with atrazine when spraying

Barnyard Grass

Liverseed Grass.

400-800

to 5 true

leaves

or

3cm

in

diameter

or

height

800 mL

-1.2

if

greater than

3cm

in

diameter

height or 5

true

leaves

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Weeds Controlled

State

African

turnip

weed

NORTHERN

( Sisymbrium the/lungi),

AUSTRALIA

Dead nettle

(Lamium amplexicau/e

Sweet

summer

grass

For weed

(Digitaria sanguinalis),

control prior

Variegated Thistle

to

sowing a

( Silybum marianum),

summer

or

Volunteer Sunflower

winter

crop

(He/ianthus annuus)

or

in

a fallow

Annual ground cherry

(cant)

(Physalis ixocarpa),

Bladder Ketmia

(Hibiscus trionum),

Camel melon

( Citrul/us /anatus),

False caster

plant

(Datura

spp.

Noogoora

burr

(Xanthium occidentale),

Turnip weed

(Rapistrum rugosum),

Wild Turnip

(Brassica tournefortii),

Wireweed

(Polygonum aviculare)

Pigweed

(Portulaca o/eracea)

Sowthistle

( Sonchus o/eraceus)

Couch grass

(Cynodon dactylon)

Johnson grass

(Sorghum halepense)

Nutgrass

(Cyperus rotundus)

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Rate Vol/ha

Critical Comments

600 -

BOOmL

to

5

true leaves

or

3cm

in

diameter

or

height

BOOmL

-1.6L

greater than

3cm

in

diameter

or height

BOO

-1.2L

prior

to

stem

elongation/

budding. After

that use 400

1.2L plus

-700ml

2,4-D ester

(BOOg/L)

1.2-1.6

ofthis

product

alone

BOO

1.6L

Use a higher rate on larger weeds.

up to 20cm

Control of Pigweed over a wide range of

diameter

growth stages can

achieved with

metsulfuron (600g/kg). Observe

recroooina intervals.

600-

BOO

Previously grazed plants may be difficult

rosettes

to control without allowing full recovery.

3cm diameter

BOOmL-1.6L

greater than

3cm diameter

1.2-2.4L

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.

1.6-2.4

Use the higher rates

plants

approaching seed head stage. Apply to

plants with a minimum of 30cm new

growth. Sequential treatments will be

required for lona-term control.

2.4 L + 2.4 L

Make the first application to actively

growing plants when at least 20% have

reached the head stage (nonmally about

February). After allowing maximum re-

emergence

to

occur (normally

in

6-8

weeks), it is essential

make a second

application.

NOTE:

Follow-up treatments

should be made as part of a Nutgrass

control oroaram.

r

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Pasture

Renovation

Topping

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Critical

Comments

(Uha)

[

Pasture with Poa

Most annual weeds

NSW,

2.4-3.2

Before

spraying:

Tussock present

and Poa tussock

Tas,

Graze heavily

as a weed.

(Poa labillardieri)

VIC,

Remove stock for 14 days or more before

For reduction

OLD,

treatment

ground

cover

only

Apply after autumn break when plants are

actively growing but before frosts begin

allowing pasture

(March -

May)

renovation

Application:

Increasing to the higher rate may

give more effective reductions.

Follow-Up

Management: Sowing of

pasture

may begin 14 days after treatment. It

essential

that correct follow-up pasture establishment and

management

occurs

after treatment. Spot

treatment will limit re-infestations. May be aerially

applied (see Aerial Equipment).

Pasture with Bent

Most

annual weeds

Vic,

2.0 L

Apply late spring when seed-heads have

Grass present as

and Bent grass

develoPed~·

but

before the onset

of

summer

a weed.

(Agrostis

capillaries)

only

moisture

s

ess.

For control/

Remove stock prior to spraying to achieve good

suppression

of

Bent foliage coverage. Ensure plants

actively

Grass before

growing 10-21 days after spraying, fully disturb

sowing

a

crop

or

soil with

a

tyned implement and then

summer

pasture.

crop and/or reseed pasture

crop the following

autumn.

Pasture Topping

Annual Ryegrass

360 mL

Use the higher rate for heavy infestations

for the reduction

(Lolium rigidum),

where Annual Ryegrass is present. Apply before

seed set

Calomba daisy

Vic,

'haying

off.

annual

grasses,

(Pentzia

Tas,

Annual Ryegrass and Capeweed - Apply

Capeweed and

suffructicosa}

NSW,

flowering.

Calomba daisy

Barley Grass

only

240-360

Other

grasses-

apply at head

milky dough

(Hordeum leporinum),

stage.

Brame

Grass

Stock should be removed before spraying to allow

(Bromus unioloides),

regrowth. Pasture legumes may be affected. DO

Capeweed

NOT apply to clover or medic crops

be used for

(Arctotheca

seed or hay

calendula),

Silvergrass

(Vulpia

spp.)

Pasture

Carpet grass

NSW,

4.8 L

Rate

Selection:

Apply the lower rate

Manipulation for

(Xonopus spp.

VIC,

suppression only. The higher rate will provide

control/

Kikuyu

control.

suppression

(Pennisetum

only

Band Spraying: Band spraying may be done

certain

grasses

clandestinum),

immediately after the sowing operation. Mount the

before

sowing

Paspalum

nozzles behind the coulterltyne/press wheel

soybeans, forage

(Paspalum di/atatum)

assembly

the band seeder. Adjust to spray 0.5

l .

crops

or

Carpet grass,

4.8 L

to 1.0m strips. Ensure minimal disturbance

Leucaena.

Paspalum

only

pasture. Excessive dust created in the seeding

Band Spraying

operation may reduce Herbicide activity. Pasture

may also be

seed must be drilled

the appropriate depth and

applied as

a

band

Kikuyu

covered by soil.

or strip spray

4.8 L

Leucaena (Old ONLY): Rows should be 4m apart.

Use 2Liha with single taper fan nozzle LF1-80

mounted at the rear

the single row planter

giving a 1m swath.

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Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Critical

Comments

(Uha)

Barbed wire grass

2.4 L

( Cymbopogon

refractrus),

Black Speargrass

(Hederopogon

confortus),

Wire

grasses

(Anstida spp.),

Love grasses

(Erorostis spp.),

Red Natal grass

(Rhynche/ytrum

repens)

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Critical

Comments

(Liha)

Cotton

Bathurst burr

Old,

1.0-2.0

Use the lower rate on light infestations

small

Pre-Harvest

spinosum),

weeds, where the crop canopy allows adequate

Noogoora burr

only

spray coverage

the weeds. Increase

the higher

occientale),

rate when the crop canopy may limit coverage,

Do not use on

Winter

annual

when treating dense infestations,

when treating

crops intended for

weeds including

larger weeds.

Apply

alone

in tank mixtures with

seed production

Sowthistle/

Dropp

Harvade. Apply when

least 60%

bolls

Milkthistle

are open and immature bolls cannot be easily cut

(Sonchus

with a sharp knife. Where a leafy canopy limits

o/eraceus)

spray coverage, reduced weed control can be

Nutgrass (seasonal

2.0 L

expected. For better results under these conditions,

suppression only

delay application until canopy re-opens following

initial conditioning treatment.

Where control

Nutgrass

Noogoora Burr is

required, treatments should be applied prior

onset of frosts. When tank mixed with defoliants, a

slightly higher proportion

cotton leaf may be

retained, particularly where the higher rate is used.

Read and follow all label directions for tank mix

product.

COTTON

Refer to

Weeds

Qld,

Apply this product to weeds growing between crop

Shielded Sprayers

Controlled section

rows using a shielded sprayer. Do not apply in

Northern Australia:

only

crops less than 20cm high. Do

allow spray

In fallows

prior to

spray drift to contact any part

the cotton plants as

sowing a crop.

severe injury

destruction may result.

Sugar

Cane

(Ratoon

Control

&

Only

Situation

Variety

Rate

Critical

Comments

(L/ha)

Sugar

Cane

063,087,090,

2.4-3.2

Apply when ratoons are actively growing and are

0102,

0117,

0120,

OOcm

tall.

NOT apply

plants are under stress from

Ratoon control

0129,0130,

H56-

waterlogging

low moisture.

752, Pindar, Triton

Use the lower rate for suppression

where control by

086,

096,

0113

3.2-4

cultivation is planned. Use the higher rate

control.

Cassius,

0115,

4-4.8

Boom height must allow for correct overlap

the spray

0122,094

pattern

the top

the crop canopy.

NC0310,

0107

4.8-7.2

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"II"

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

Rate

Critical

Comments

(Uha)

Rice

Annual Ryegnass

plants are drought stressed a pre-watering must be

(Lolium rigidum),

1.0 L

applied. If the site has been grazed allow plants to regrow to

Direct Drilling

Annual Phalaris

6-8cm before treatment.

(Phalaris canariensis),

For the control

Annual Ryegnass use the higher rate.

Barley Grass

Crop

Sowing

Sow 1 -

14 days after treatment.

(Hordeum leporinum),

Burr Medic

Residual control will only be achieved by adding another

(Medicago spp.

suitable herbicide.

Sub Clover

(Trifolium

subterraneum),

Winter Grass

(Poa annual

org1

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Rate

Critical Comments

(Uha)

Sorghum

Grain sorghum

Qld,

1.6L

DO NOT apply to varieties intended for seed production

Control

(Sorghum bicolor)

NSW,

varieties prone to lodging.

only

DO NOT apply to crop under stress from factors such

Before

as waterlogging, frost, disease, low moisture etc.

harvest

Apply when grain moisture is less than 25%. The

product can be applied when some browning has

occurred.

Use the lower

nate

for control of the crop, late tillers and

ratoon regrowth. Use the higher rate for better

suppression of

natoon

regrowth.

Treatment may increase potential for crop lodging,

especially

the crop has been stressed by low

moisture.

In

this

situation

harvest

as

soon

as

possible

after sufficient dry down

prevent further lodging.

CAUTION: Sorghum may be naturally toxic to stock.

Sorghum

Sorghum stubble

Old,

DO NOT apply

plants are stressed from such factors

Control

(Grain sorghum)

NSW,

1.2L for

as waterlogging, frost, disease, low moisture etc. For

(Sorghum bico/or)

only

slashed stubble and spring regrowth apply when

Post-

regrowth

regrowth is at least 20cm high.

from

Standing

Stubble-

apply only if sufficient green leaf is

harvest

slashed

present. Allow regrowth

at least to 20cm

gnazing

stubble

has

occurred.

Use the lower

nate

for knockdown and regrowth

suppression where cultivation is

follow. Use the

higher

nate

for better control

regrowth .

It is important to note that variable results can occur

the crop has been under stress

the grown under

marginal conditions. The varieties Ruby, Trump,

Nugget2, Goldrush 2 and Prize are particularly

susceptible

growing conditions are not ideal.

CAUTION: Sorghum may

natunally toxic to stock.

1.2-1.6

Use this rate for standing stubble if sufficiently green

and for fresh spring regrowth

standing

green

stubble

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General Use

Situations

Situation

Weeds

Application

Critical

Comments

Controlled

Rates

drains

Weeds

Application

Critical

Comments

shown

section and

channels,

margins

Controlled refer to

rates

refer

individual weeds

under

ANNUAL

WEED

CONTROL

dams, lakes and

list

species

rates shown

and PERENNIAL

WEED

CONTROL

this booklet.

streams

under

ANNUAL

under

ANNUAL

WEED

CONTROL

WEED

PERENNIAL

CONTROL

Use Situations include;

Forestry

WEED

CONTROL

PERENNIAL

in this booklet

WEED

Prior to nursery establishment

CONTROL

Site preparation

prior

to planting

this

booklet

In established tree

areas

using shielded or

directed sprays

selective

wiper

equipment

allow spray

spray

drift to

come

into

contact

with foliage

green

bark

desirable trees

severe

damage

occur

allow

wiper

surface to

come

into

contact

with

apart

the tree.

Agricultural

This product does

provide residual control.

Areas;

Rights-of-way,

domestic and public

service areas,

commercial and

industrial

areas

around buildinQs.

Onions

ml/ha-

Apply

post-sowing and

least

7 days before

Post-planting

pre-

2.4L/ha

emergence

onion shoots. Do

apply to

emergence

emerging onion plants

severe injury will occur.

application

small annual weeds

lower

rate and

larger

annual weeds (as a guide

greater

than

over

15cm

height) and where perennial weeds are present, use

the hiQher rates.

Pastures

Application

1. Direct (Spot) Application

rates refer to

2. Selective Application

(See

Wiper

Equipment)

rates shown

Boom

Applications are used in pasture control

prior

under

ANNUAL

to re-seeding

improved pasture crop.

WEED

Protection

Livestock,

Wiper

Equipment and

CONTROL

Conservation Tillage sections

this label.

Tree

&

Vine

Crops

PERENNIAL

TREES

VINES:

spray

near

trees

Nuts (including

WEED

vines less than 3

years

old.

allow

wiper

CONTROL

contact.

Almond, Pecan,

this

booklet

Avocado, Banana, Guava,

Kiwifruit,

Litchi, Mango,

Macadamia, Pistachio

Paw,

Stone

Fruit:

Spray drift can

cause

and Walnut).

damage

allowed

contact

part

the vine,

Pome fruit, Litchi,

palm, trunk

tree.

Stone fruit, Vineyards,

Be careful to avoid

contact

with split bark on Kiwifruit

and Citrus fruit,

and green stems on

Paw,

Avocado, Guava,

Citrus,

Litchi,

Olives,

Pome

Fruit,

Nuts

Kiwifruit, Mango,

Vineyards.

allow

spray

contact

part

Paw, Bananas

the plant.

Crops

Wiper

See Section entitled

'For

Wiper

Equipment'

this

(Cotton,

Navy

Beans,

Equipment

booklet. Apply

weeds

growing

em above the

Peanuts, Soybeans,

section

this

crop

canopy

weeds

growing between rows.

label

allow the product to come into

direct

contact

Sugar

Cane)

with crops

solution

drip

onto

crops.

apply in crops

less

than 20cm high.

Where

Wiper

Shielded Sprayers (Cotton

only)-

apply to

weeds

equipment

Shielded Sprayers

growing between

crop

rows using a shielded sprayer.

(cotton only) are

used

to control

weeds

row crops.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,

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

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide is a non-selective herbicide, which

effective against a wide range of

annual and perennial broad leaf weeds and grasses.

translocated throughout the plant where it kills

both foliage and foots.

Ideally the best time

use the product

when target species are in a state

active

grow1h,

moderate

climatic conditions are present and plants are free

disease and dirt cover.

While cool and cloudy conditions can sometimes delay the appearance

chemical activity, it can

generally be expected that symptoms

chemical effect will appear 2-7 days after spraying

annual

species and 2-3 weeks after spraying

perennial species The symptoms are demonstrated by a

yellowing and accompanying wilting, progressing to a brown out.

SPRAY PREPARATION

Make sure the spray tank

clean and residues from previous usage have been removed.

Fill the spray tank

Y,

full with clean water.

Where ammonium sulphate

recommended, wash 2% v/v (2U1

spray solution) through a top

mesh screen into the tank and mix thoroughly.

Add the appropriate amount

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide as per the Direction

Use tables.

Add surfactant (if required}, mix well keeping the filling hose below surface

avoid foaming.

Add water

fill vat.

Remove hose from tank as soon as full to prevent back siphoning.

Do not use mechanical agitators, as they cause excessive foaming.

Do not add non-approved herbicides and insecticides.

Use only plastic, plastic lined, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, brass or fibreglass tanks. Galvanised

steel or unlined steel spray tanks can react with the product

hydrogen, which can form a combustible

gas mixture, which can be flashed by ignition sources.

CROP ESTABLISHMENT

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide can be used to control 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

suitable

seedbeds.

On friable soils where there is only a light cover

young weeds, sowing may proceed satisfactorily

from one day after spraying. In situation

heavy weed

gr0w1h,

sowing should be delayed until weed

decay and soil conditions allow formation

a favourable seedbed. Incorporation

green or decaying

vegetation and roots into the 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.

marginal seedbed conditions take care to

achieve the correct seeding depth, and avoid use

pre-emergence herbicides where label directions

advise risk

retarded crop emergence.

Surfactant

The addition

surfactant may improve weed control where water rates are high or product rates low.

Suggested surfactant rates are

200ml/100L

1000g/L non-ionic surfactant or

250-500ml

700g/L

surfactant.

not add spraying oils, agricultural chemicals or other materials except as directed

label.

Organosilicone Penetrant

certain situations such as for the control

brush and woody weeds (as indicated

the Directions

for Use) weed control may be enhanced by the addition

an organosilicone penetrant at its label rate.

Rainfall Effects

Heavy rainfall within 2 hours

spraying can mean that the chemical may be washed

the plant, with

the result that the herbicide may not be totally effective. Re-spraying may be needed.

Normal rainfall up to 6 hours after application may reduce the effectiveness.

Adequate results may not be achieved

the product

applied when weeds are stressed by conditions

such as drought conditions, waterlogging or frost.

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Soil Persistence

The product

not persistent in soils and is rapidly broken down by microbes present in the soil, as well

as by hydrolysis caused by free standing moisture or soil moisture that may be present in soil particles.

Should residual activity be needed refer to 'Compatibility Section'

this label.

RESISTANT WEEDS WAR.

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GROUP

-

HERBICIDE

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide is a member

the Glycine group

herbicides. Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide

has the inhibitor

EPSP syntheses mode

action. For weed resistance management Pilarsato 450

SL Herbicide is a Group M herbicide.

Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide and other Group M

herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any weed population. The resistant

individuals can eventually dominate the weed population

these herbicides are used repeatedly.

These resistant weeds will not be controlled

Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide

other Group M

herbicides.

Since the occurrence

resistant weeds is difficult

detect prior to use, Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd

accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure

larsato 450 SL Herbicide to

control resistant weeds.

APPLICATION EQUIPMENT

The following types

equipment may be used

applying the product:

* Knapsack

* Wiper

* Handgun

* Aerial

* Boom

For Knapsack and Handgun Equipment

Maximum efficiency can be achieved by using a

spray plate and applying at a pressure

400-700

kPa. As the product

translocated through contact points

the plant, good coverage and uniform

wetting

needed to maximise uptake by the plant. The dilution rate is given as volume per litre. Adjust

equipment to ensure even spray pattern.

For Boom Equipment

Maximum efficiency can be achieved by using

nozzles at a pressure

240-280 kPa. Boom height

should be adjusted to ensure double overlap

nozzle patterns

the top

the weed canopy. Water

volumes

75 to 200 litres

clean water per hectare are recommended.

When

using rates

500ml

to 1.5L/ha, spray volumes

the range

25-1

OOL/ha

are preferred.

For Aerial Equipment

For Micronair and boom equipment a droplet size of 250-350 micron diameter

recommended

minimum spray volume

20 litres/ha. A swath width in the range

15-17 metres

most appropriate

for this form

spraying.

When using this form

application, give consideration

the fact that the product

highly non-

selective and

desirable plants, trees, etc are in the vicinity

the area to be sprayed, they could be

affected by drift or targeted contact. This would limit usage via this technique to such situations as

weed control on fallows

pasture, control prior to establishment

crops

pasture.

pasture establishment situations,

may also be necessary to spray hilly terrain and gullies in both

directions to ensure good spray coverage

grass and broadleaf weeds and to avoid spray shielding

effects from trees.

Hilly terrain: as spraying height may vary on hilly terrain, to maximise target contact, increase the water

volume to 30-80 litres/ha and increase the droplet size to a minimum

300 micron average size.

Note:

In high temperatures and dry conditions evaporation

droplets prior to reaching target species

can occur and it

therefore important to increase water volume

at least

litres/ha and average

droplet size to 300 micron, if temperatures are in excess of 25°C.

DO NOT SPRAY if temperature

above

°C.

For Wiper Equipment

Wiper equipment such as Ropewick applicators can be used to apply this product to weeds growing in

oilseed crops, sugarcane, cotton, seed and pod vegetables, tree and vine crops, pasture and non-crop

areas as specified on this label. Weeds should be at least 15cm above the crop

pasture. Operate

wiper equipment a minimum

above the crop or pasture. Speed

travel should be no greater

f)

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

D

0

0

0

0

0

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than 8 kph. Best results are achieved at lower speeds and where two applications are made

opposite directions (double pass).

Where weeds are

variable height, or occur

clumps or in dense infestations, some plants may not

contacted

the Herbicide solution and re-treatment may

necessary. Mix only enough solution

for immediate requirements. Do not store a mixed solution for more than a couple

days.

Rate:

Mix 800mL Pilarsato 450 SL Herbicide with 2 litres clean water

prepare a 33% solution. Refer

to Weeds Controlled section

label

specific recommendations.

Sprayer Clean Up

After use, clean all spray equipment

thoroughly washing with clean water, or commercial spray

equipment cleaner,

order to prevent corrosion

tanks, lines and nozzles. Aircraft used in application

should be thoroughly washed with particular attention to wheels and landing gear.

Compatibility

It has been established that a wide range

products may be tank mixed with glyphosate. The

following products may be mixed with glyphosate

broaden the spectrum

pests controlled, add soil

residual activity and improve performance. Refer

the 'Directions for Use' Section for detailed

information on the tank mix situations.

Additives:

Liquid ammonium sulphate (2L/1

OOL)

can be used

minimise antagonism when mixed

with flowable triazine herbicides and help minimise the adverse eflects

water quality problems such

as high

and mineral content that are common

creek and bore water, that can be antagonistic with

glyphosate herbicide.

Herbicides:

Atrazine- flowable or granular (see additives

above-

do not apply the lank mix for control

Barnyard Grass

(Echinochloa crus-ga/1)),

dicamba, 2,4-D ester, chlorsulfuron, metsulfuron, Flandor*

500, Yield*, Stomp*, LVE MCPA, Goal CT*, simazine flowable. Goal

The addition

Goal CT

Herbicide at

75ml/ha

recommended rates

this product prior

planting Wheat or Barley will

improve knockdown and increase the speed at which treated weeds develop visible symptoms

phytotoxicity. Add Flowright* Compatibility agent

improve the compatibility in cold water (less than

15°C). See direction below.

Insecticides:

chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, fenitrothion, Gusathion*, lmidan*, Le-Mat*, Lorsban*,

metasystox, Sumithion*, Perfekthion EC 400*.

Flowright Compatibility Agent

Rate: 200mU1

spray solution. When mixing with Goal CT*, add

improve the compatibility in cold

water (less than 15°C). Flowright must be pre-mixed with Goal CT before adding to the spray tank.

Refer to Flowright label for full directions.

PROTECTION OF CROP, 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, private properties or public lands.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

DO NOT contaminate dams, waterways or rivers with the product or used containers. When controlling

weeds near water, refer

label directions to minimise the entry

spray into the water.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

There

no withholding period for grazing stock, but to give the product a chance to be efficiently

absorbed by sprayed vegetation, it

recommended that livestock

kept clear

treated annual

weeds for one day after spraying, and for perennial weeds 7 days. For certain plants known to

toxic

stock, it

advisable to keep livestock away until complete browning occurs.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Do not store the product in galvanised steel or unlined steel containers, as the product may react to

produce hydrogen gas, which in turn could form a highly combustible gas that could explode

ignited

by an open flame, or spark, lighted cigarette etc.

Store

the closed original container

a well ventilated area as cool as possible. Do not store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple, or preferably pressure, rinse empty containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank.

not dispose

undiluted chemicals on-site.

If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to

recycler or designated collection point.

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recycling, break, crush, puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority landfill. If no

landfill

available, bury the containers below 500 mm

a disposal pit specifically marked and

this purpose clear

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. DO NOT burn empty

containers or product.

For

refillable containers

Empty

contents fully into application equipment. Close

valves and return to point

supply for refill

or storage.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When

preparing the 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 and face shield

goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information

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

supplier.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd 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

application

this product. The supply

this product is

the express condition that the purchaser does not rely on Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd's skill or

judgement in purchasing or using the same and every person dealing with this product does so

own risk absolutely. No representative

Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd has any authority to add to or

alter these conditions.

not a Pilarquim (Shanghai) Co Ltd trademark

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