ROUNDUP DRY HERBICIDE BY MONSANTO

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

Active ingredient:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE MONO-AMMONIUM SALT
Available from:
MONSANTO AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
glyphosate as mas(680g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
WATER DISPERSIBLE GRANULE
Composition:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE MONO-AMMONIUM SALT GLYCINE Active 680.0 g/kg
Units in package:
11kg; 12kg; 13kg; 500g
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
MONSANTO AUST
Therapeutic group:
AGRICULTURAL AREA - GENERAL | ALMOND | AVOCADO | BANANA | BLUEBERRY | BUILDINGS - AROUND | CAMELLIA OR TEA | CAPEWEED SEED SET C
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AFRICAN LOVEGRASS | AFRICAN TURNIP WEED | AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL PHALARIS | ANNUAL WEEDS | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | BAMBOO | BARLEY GRASS | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP. | BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED | BLACKBERRY | BLADDER KETMIA | BLADY GRASS | BOGGABRI WEED | BOXTHORN | BRACKEN | BROME GRASS | BURR MEDIC | BUTTON GRASS | CALOMBA DAISY | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CANARY GRASS | CAPEWEED | CARPET GRASS | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHICKWEED | CHINESE SCRUB | COBBLER'S PEGS | COCKSFOOT | COLUMBUS GRASS - SEEDLING | COUCH | CUDWEED | CUMBUNGI | DEADNETTLE | DOCK | DOCK - SEEDLING | ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH | ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL | EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL | FUMITORY | FURZE OR GORSE | GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED | GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS | GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY | GROUNDSEL BUSH | GUINEA GRASS | HAWTHORN | HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD | HOARY CRESS OR WHITE
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Not required when used as directed .; Host/pest details: AGRICULTURAL AREA - GENERAL: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; ALMOND: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; AVOCADO: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; BANANA: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; BLUEBERRY: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; BUILDINGS - AROUND: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED, BLACKBERRY, BLADY GRASS, BOXTHORN, BRACKEN, BROME GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CARPET GRASS, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHICKWEED, CHINESE SCRUB, COBBLER'S PEGS, COCKSFOOT, COUCH, CUMBUNGI, DEADNETTLE, ENGLISH COUCH OR ROPE TWITCH, EUCALYPTUS - SEEDLING UP TO 2 M TALL, FUMITORY, FURZE OR GORSE, GLYCERIA OR REED SWEET GRASS, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, GROUNDSEL BUSH, GUINEA GRASS, HAWTHORN, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, JOHNSON GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LANTANA - LANTANA CAMARA, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PAMPAS GRASS, PARA GRASS, PARADOXA GRASS, PASPALUM, PATERSON'S CURSE, PHALARIS, PIGWEED SPP., PLANTAIN, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, RHODES GRASS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, SPURGE, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TUSSOCK SEDGE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WILLOW - LESS THAN 2M TALL, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; CAMELLIA OR TEA: [AFRICAN LOVEGRASS, AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ARTICHOKE THISTLE, BAMBOO, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BENT GRASS - AGROSTIS SPP., BITOU BUSH
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
48482
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 680 g/kg GLYPHOSATE (present as the

mono-ammonium salt)

GROUP

M

HERBICIDE

For the control of many annual and perennial weeds

in certain situations as per directions for use.

ALWAYS READ THE LABEL AND USE ONLY AS DIRECTED

Distributed by

Nufarm Australia Limited ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road, Laverton North, VIC 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000 Fax: (03) 9282 1001

ONLY IN EMERGENCY

CALL 1 800 033 498 ALL HOURS

Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet

Info

pest

Verified

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

For specific rates of application and complete directions for use, read the removable label booklet.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful if swallowed. Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When preparing product for use wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. If product

in 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 and goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 13 1126

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.

Do not contaminate seed, feed or foodstuff.

Shake empty bag into spray tank.

Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. Puncture or shred empty containers in a local landfill. If

no landfill is available bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set

up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and

product should not be burnt.

CONDITION OF SALE

Nufarm Australia Limited (“Nufarm “) shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage or death whether

consequential or otherwise whatsoever, or howsoever arising through negligence or otherwise in

connection with the sale, supply, use or application of this product. The supply of this product is on the

express conditions that the purchaser does not rely on Nufarm’s skill or judgement in purchasing or

using the same and every person dealing with this product does so at his own risk absolutely. No

representative of Nufarm has any authority to alter these conditions.

ONLY IN EMERGENCY

CALL 1 800 033 498 ALL HOURS

Refer to Material Safety Data Sheet

NRA Approval No. 48482/1102

Registered trademark of Monsanto Technology, LLC, used under license by Nufarm Australia Limited Copyright Nufarm

Australia Limited May 2002

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ROTECTION OF

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P

LANTS

Avoid contact with foliage, green stems or fruit of crops, desirable plants and trees, since severe injury

or destruction may result.

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

onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands or pastures.

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ROTECTION OF

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RUSTACEA AND

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NVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams with the product or used container. Do NOT apply to

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

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TORAGE AND

D

ISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.

Do not contaminate seed, feed or foodstuff.

Shake empty bag into spray tank.

Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. Puncture or shred empty containers in a local landfill. If

no landfill is available bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set

up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and

product should not be burnt.

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RODUCT

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NFORMATION

Roundup Dry is a non-volatile, water soluble product with non-selective herbicidal activity against

many annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses. Roundup Dry may be used for weed control

on agricultural land prior to planting any edible or non edible crop but not prior to transplanting

tomatoes. Roundup Dry is absorbed by plant foliage and green stems. It is inactivated immediately in

the soil and does not provide residual weed control. Roundup Dry moves throughout the plant from

the point of contact to and into the root system. Visible effects on annual weeds take 3-7 days but on

perennial weeds may not be obvious for 2 - 3 weeks or longer in some cases. Visible effects of control

may be delayed by cool or cloudy weather at and following treatment. Roundup Dry will control

emerged weeds only, and provides no residual weed control. Apply treatments to weeds which have

at least one true leaf (broadleaf weeds) or two leaves (grasses) to provide an adequate surface area

for herbicide uptake.

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ESISTANT

W

EEDS

W

ARNING

Roundup Dry is a member of the Glycines group of herbicides. Roundup Dry has the inhibition of

EPSP synthase mode of action. For weed resistance management Roundup Dry is a Group M

herbicide.

Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to Roundup Dry and other inhibitors of EPSP

synthase mode of action herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any weed

population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the weed population if these herbicides

are used repeatedly. These resistant weeds will not be controlled by Roundup Dry or other inhibitors

of EPSP synthase herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use,

Monsanto accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Roundup Dry to control

resistant weeds.

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ROP

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STABLISHMENT

Roundup Dry is recommended for control of emerged weeds prior to crop establishment. Suitable

cultivation and/or sowing operations are required to provide seedbed conditions satisfactory for crop

germination and development. Spraying early to control young weeds will favour preparation of

suitable seedbeds. On friable soils and where there is only light cover of young weeds, sowing may

proceed satisfactorily from one day after spraying. In situations of heavy weed growth, sowing should

be delayed until weed decay and soil conditions allow formation of a satisfactory seedbed.

Incorporation of green or decaying vegetation and roots into 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. In marginal

seedbed conditions, take care to achieve correct seeding depth and avoid use of pre-emergence

herbicides where label directions advise risk of retarded crop emergence.

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M

IXING

For boom application, water volumes should not be less than 6 litres per 1kg of Roundup Dry.

Reduced results may occur if water containing soil is used, eg. Water from ponds and unlined ditches,

or if hard water containing calcium salts is used. Do not mix, store or apply this product or spray

solutions of this product in galvanised steel or unlined steel containers or spray tanks, since a highly

flammable gas mixture may be formed. Use stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, fibreglass,

plastic or plastic lined containers or spray tanks. Spray tanks, pumps, lines and nozzles should be

thoroughly cleaned with clean water following application to prevent corrosion. Ensure the spray tank

is free of any residue of previous spray materials. Use spray solutions promptly and certainly within 5

days, since gradual loss of activity will occur. Good agitation is required particularly under cold

conditions, to ensure all of the Roundup Dry dissolves when first added to the tank.

Full Agitation In Pre-Filled Spray Tank

Fill the tank with one-half the required amount of clean water and set the pump on full

agitation.

Add the required amount of Roundup Dry slowly to ensure that it is well dispersed throughout

the tank and none collects on the bottom. Suggested rate is 10 kg in 2-3 minutes.

Continue water addition and fully agitate until all the Roundup Dry is completely dissolved.

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URFACTANT ADDITION

Additional surfactant is not required except where the rate of Roundup Dry is less than 6 g/L when

applied by boom. Rate: Add Turbo® Plus at 100 mL per 100 L water. Results with other surfactants

may be variable. Do not mix with spraying oils, agricultural chemicals or other materials except as

directed on the label.

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ANK

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IXTURES

Roundup Dry, may be tank-mixed with the following herbicides, insecticides and additives. Read and

follow all label directions, restraints, plant back periods, withholding periods, regional use restrictions

and safety directions for the tank-mix products.

Mixing Instructions For All Tank Mixtures:

Fill the spray tank 1/3 to 1/2 full will clean water and start agitation.

Add Roundup Dry. Mix thoroughly and continue water addition.

Where crystalline ammonium sulphate is recommended, wash 2% w/v (2 kg/100 L spray

solution) through a top mesh-screen into the tank and mix thoroughly.

Add recommended herbicide/insecticide/additive to the spray tank and mix thoroughly.

Add surfactant near the end of the filling process to minimise foaming.

Always maintain adequate agitation during application and use the tank mix promptly.

Tank Mixtures - Herbicides

Atrazine* flowable or granular (Agricultural uses only. Do not apply the tank-mix for control of

Barnyard grass or liverseed grass), 2,4-D ester, dicamba, Express, Garlon 600, Glean, simazine*

flowable or granular, Oust, Yield, Stomp 330E, Tillmaster CT, Ally, Logran 750WG, Lontrel, Flandor

500, LVE MCPA and Striker.

*Ammonium sulfate may improve the performance of tank mixtures of Roundup Dry and atrazine or

simazine. See directions below.

The addition of Striker at 75 mL/ha to recommended rates of Roundup Dry prior to planting wheat or

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

symptoms of phytotoxicity.

Tank Mixtures – Additives

Ammonium sulphate (crystalline or liquid 500 g/L)

Rate: 2 L or l kg/100 L spray solution.

The addition of crystalline ammonium sulphate to Roundup Dry, when used to control annual weeds

MAY improve the performance of Roundup Dry under adverse environmental conditions such as cool,

cloudy weather. Ammonium sulfate may also improve the performance of tank mixtures of Roundup

Dry and atrazine or simazine. Use only crystalline or liquid (500g/L) ammonium sulfate, NOT prilled or

granular forms. Ammonium sulfate may be corrosive to metal parts of the sprayer. Thoroughly flush

tanks, pumps and nozzles with water after use.

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Pulse® Penetrant

Rate: 20mL/10L spray solution

Add when treating bracken (boom application).

Wetter TX Surfactant

Rate: 20 mL/10 Lspray solution.

Add when treating Annual ryegrass in spring (from the beginning of August to the end of October),

Silvergrass and perennial grasses – see critical comments section. Wetter TX is not a general

purpose surfactant and should be used only where recommended.

Tank Mixtures - Insecticides

This product is compatible with the following insecticides. Dimethoate, Imidan, Le-Mat, Lorsban 500,

Metasystox, Perfekthion EC 400, Sumithion ULV and emulsifiable concentrates of dimethoate and

fenitrothion. Other insecticides have not been tested.

A

PPLICATION

Roundup Dry is a non-selective translocated herbicide. Direct spray contact, or even slight drift, may

cause severe injury or destruction of any growing crop or other desirable plants including trees. Clean

all equipment after use by thoroughly washing with water.

Boom Equipment

For broadacre application, a spray volume of 60 L/ha or less is recommended for optimum

performance. Fan nozzles equipment is recommended using pressures in the range 240-280 kPa.

Boom height must be set to ensure double overlap of nozzle patterns at the top of the weed canopy.

High Volume Application

(e.g. Knapsack/Handgun Equipment) The dilution rate is given as g/litre e.g.: 5 grams Roundup Dry

per 1 litre of water. This is equal to 75 g Roundup Dry per 15 litres of water or 500 g per 100 litres of

water. Adjust equipment to achieve an even spray pattern. Apply to ensure complete and uniform

wetting of all foliage. For handgun equipment, a D6 spray tip (Spraying Systems Australia P/L) or

equivalent and an operating pressure of 400-700 kPa are recommended.

Aerial Equipment

Aerial equipment may be used to apply Roundup Dry only in pasture or fallow situations prior to

establishment of field crops, fodder crops or new pastures and for pre-harvest application to sorghum

and cotton crops.

DO NOT use in intensive horticultural cropping areas. Use recommended rates of Roundup Dry

specified in this label up to a maximum limit of 2.1 kg/ha.

For Micronair and boom equipment, apply in a minimum spray volume of at least 20L/ha. Droplets with

an average size (VMD) of 250-350 micron diameter are recommended. Swath width should be

15-17 m. Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially landing gear, after each day of spraying to remove

herbicide residues.

Application on hilly terrain

As spraying height may vary, to maximise target contact, increase water volume to 30-80 L/ha and

increase droplet size to at least 300 micron VMD.

Application under summer conditions

High temperatures and/or low relative humidity cause excessive evaporation of spray droplets which

may reduce results. When ambient temperature reaches 25

C, increase water volume to at least

30 L/ha and increase droplet size to at lest 300 micron VMD. DO NOT apply Roundup Dry by aircraft

when ambient temperature is above 30ºC.

AVOID DRIFT

DO NOT use with spraying equipment or under meteorological conditions which could be expected to

cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or pastures. Equipment

settings which produce fine droplets (150 micron or less), winds over 8 km/h, inversion conditions, still

air and hot dry days all contribute to drift.

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PPLICATION

C

HECK LIST

Do not treat weeds under poor or dormant growing conditions (such as occur in drought,

waterlogging, disease, insect damage or following frosts) as reduced weed control may result.

Reduced efficacy may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered with dust or silt.

Do not add additional surfactant or mix with any other agricultural chemicals, herbicides, oils or

other materials except as specifically directed on this label.

Roundup Dry is absorbed by plant foliage and green stems. Rainfall soon after application may

wash the herbicide off the weeds, particularly if the weeds are not actively growing, under stress or

conditions of low light intensity or darkness.

Delay treatment of plants wet with dew or rain if water droplets run off when plants are disturbed.

Do not disturb treated weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for one day after treatment of annual

weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds to ensure herbicide absorption except where noted.

A withholding period for grazing stock is not required. However, it is recommended that grazing of

treated plants be delayed (as recommended above) to ensure herbicide absorption. Certain plants

such as Soursob, St John’s Wort and Bracken, may be naturally toxic to stock. Where known toxic

plants are present, grazing should be delayed until complete browning of treated plants has

occurred.

GENERAL WEED CONTROL

ALL STATES

SITUATION

C

RITICAL COMMENTS

PPLICATION

HECKLIST BEFORE

USING

For general weed control in Domestic areas

(Home gardens), Commercial, Industrial and

Public Service areas, Agricultural buildings

and other farm situations. For specific weeds

refer to the appropriate Weeds Controlled

table

For the control of many grasses and broadleaf weeds.

RATE: 5 g per litre of water

Apply when weeds are actively growing.

Apply to ensure complete and uniform wetting of foliage.

Visible symptoms may take from 3 to 7 days to develop.

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USE SITUATIONS

ALL STATES (except where noted)

For rates of application and weeds controlled, see Weeds Controlled tables.

SITUATION

C

RITICAL COMMENTS

NON - AGRICULTUAL AREAS

Around buildings,

Commercial and industrial areas,

Domestic and Public Service areas,

Right-of ways

Roundup Dry does not provide residual weed control. For residual control of

annual weeds, Roundup Dry may be tank mixed with certain residual

herbicides. See Tank Mixtures/Herbicides.

AGRICULTURAL AREAS

Roundup Dry may be used for control of annual and perennial weeds as

directed, in agricultural land prior to sowing of any edible or non-edible crop,

but not prior to transplanting tomato seedlings.

DRY DRAINS AND CHANNELS (ETC)

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

open bodies of water, and do not allow spray to enter water. DO NOT allow

water to return to dry channels and drains within 4 days of application.

FORESTS

Roundup Dry may be used prior to establishment of nurseries, for site

preparation prior to planting and amongst established trees using a directed

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

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

COTTON

Shielded sprayers,

Qld & NSW only

SHIELDED SPRAYERS Apply Roundup Dry to weeds growing between crop

rows using a shielded sprayer. Refer to the Weeds Controlled tables for

rates of application. DO NOT apply in crop less than 20 cm high. DO NOT

allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the cotton plant as severe

injury or destruction may result.

TREE AND VINE CROPS

Avocado. Banana, Blueberries, Citrus fruit,

Custard apples, Duboisia, Figs - dessert,

Guava, Kiwifruit, Litchi, Mango,

Monstera - fruit, Nuts (including Almond,

Pecan, Macadamia, Pistachio and Walnut),

Olives, Pawpaw, Persimmons, Pome fruit,

Raspberries, Stone fruit, Tea, Vineyards

Apply as a directed or shielded spray. DO NOT apply as a spray near trees

or vines less than 3 years old unless they are effectively shielded from spray

and spray drift.

Citrus fruit, Nuts, Olives, Pome fruit & Vineyards. DO NOT allow spray or

spray drift to contact green bark or stems, canes, laterals, suckers, fresh

wounds, foliage or fruit.

Tea. Apply a maximum of 2 kg/ha by shielded boom or directed off-centre

nozzle or 3 g /litre by directed handgun or knapsack to avoid application to

the crop.

All other crops. DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the

plant including the trunk. CAUTION Where split bark on Kiwifruit and green

stems on Pawpaw occur, extreme care is required.

For residual control of annual weeds, Roundup Dry may be tank mixed with

compatible herbicides which are labeled for use in the above crops. See

Tank Mixtures/Herbicides for directions.

PASTURE

DIRECTED (SPOT) APPLICATION: Roundup Dry is non-selective and may

damage or kill any plant in the sprayed area. Re-treatment and/or pasture

improvement may be necessary to restrict seedling re-establishment.

BOOM APPLICATION: Roundup Dry may be used to suppress or kill

existing pasture species prior to re-seeding or establishment of other crops.

Where spot application is undertaken, grazing stock need not be removed.

CAUTION Certain plants may be naturally toxic to stock. Where known toxic

plants are present DO NOT allow stock to graze until complete browning of

treated plants has occurred.

ONIONS

Post-plant, pre-emergence application TAS

only

For control of annual weeds and suppression of perennial weeds, including

Rope Twitch, apply Roundup Dry at 530 g-1.6 kg/ha post-sowing and at least

7 days before crop is due to emerge. DO NOT apply to emerging onion

plants as severe injury will result. Use the lower rate on small, actively

growing annual weeds. Increase to the higher rate for larger annual weeds

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

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ANNUAL WEEDS

Registration in all states/territories unless otherwise specified

W

EEDS CONTROLLED

B

OOM

rate / ha

HANDGUN

/

KNAPSACK

C

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Annual ryegrass

Amaranth

Barley grass

Barnyard grass

Bent grass

Brome grass

Caltrop

Canary grass

Capeweed

Cereals

Chickweed

Cobbler's peg

Deadnettle

Doublegee

Fumitory

Ground cherry

Hedge mustard

Hoary cress

Lesser Swinecress

Liverseed grass

Mintweed

Noogoora burr

Paradoxa grass

Paterson’s Curse

Pigweed

Potato weed

Saffron thistle

Silvergrass

Sowthistle

Spear thistle

Spiny burrgrass

Spurge

Thornapple

Wild oats

Wild turnip

Winter grass

Variegated thistle

1-1.6 kg

3-5 g/litre

Apply to weeds whenever they are not subject to

stress due to drought or frost.

Use higher rate on weeds over 15 cm in height

or diameter or where dense weed cover limits

spray coverage.

Use higher spot spraying rate when applying

less than 5 L spray per 100 sqm.

Roundup Dry does not provide residual weed

control. Repeat treatments may be necessary to

control later germinating weeds

For residual control of annual weeds Roundup

Dry may be tank-mixed with certain residual

herbicides. See Tank Mixtures in the General

Instructions for directions.

STATE REGISTATION CODE

a- Queensland

d - Tasmania

New South Wales

e - South Australia

Victoria

f - Western Australia

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PERENNIAL WEEDS

Registration in all states/territories unless otherwise specified

W

EEDS CONTROLLED

B

OOM

rate / ha

HANDGUN

/

KNAPSACK

C

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Artichoke thistle

African Lovegrass

Carpet grass

Cocksfoot

Flatweed

Johnson grass

Kikuyu

Nutgrass

Paspalum

Phalaris

Plantain

Prairie grass

Rhodes grass

Rope twitch

*Tall sedge

Yorkshire fog

1.5 - 3 kg

5 g / litre

Control of established perennials is best obtained

when plants are at the seedhead stage.(Early flower

flatweed)

In general best control of winter growing perennials

is obtained with application during winter-spring.

Best control of summer growing perennials is

obtained with application late summer and autumn.

For Nutgrass in cultivated situations apply sequential

treatments when Nutgrass has a minimum of 6-8

leaves. Use the higher rate in uncultivated situations.

For Rhodes grass and Rope twitch, use the higher

boom rate only.

Blady grass

Bracken

Couch

*Cumbungi

*Glyceria

Guinea grass

*Paragrass

*See Dry Drains and

Channel Use situation

4.5 kg

7 g / litre

For Bracken add Pulse at 200 mL/100 L spray mix.

Best control of couch in WA and SA is obtained with

spring treatment. Most effective control of couch in

eastern states is obtained with summer and autumn

treatments.

In cultivated situations use sequential treatments of

2 - 4.5 L/ha for control.

WOODY WEEDS

Registration in all states/territories unless otherwise specified

W

EEDS CONTROLLED

HANDGUN

/

KNAPSACK

C

RITICAL COMMENTS

Bamboo

Bitou bush

abcd

Boxthorn

Gorse

Groundsel bush

Lantana

5 g / litre

For Gorse, add Pulse at 20 mL/10 L of spray mix.

Blackberry

Eucalyptus spp. (seedlings

<2 m)

abcdf

Hawthorn

bcdef

Pampas grass

Sifton bush

Willow (<2 m)

abcdf

5 - 7 g / litre

For Eucalyptus spp., add Pulse at 20 mL/ 10 L of spray mix.

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CONSERVATION TILLAGE

RESTRAINTS: To ensure herbicide absorption, DO NOT disturb weeds by cultivation, sowing or

grazing for 1 day after treatment of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds, except where

noted.

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SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA Prior to

sowing a crop or

pasture with full soil

disturbance by

cultivation or sowing

with a tyned

implement

WA, SA, Vic and

NSW only

Barley grass

Brome grass

Wild oats

Volunteer cereals

265 – 530 g

pre-tillering

530 – 660 g

post- tillering

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress

from low moisture, frost, cold, disease or

waterlogging. If heavy grazing has occurred, allow

regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and use the

higher rate.

Rate Selection Increase to higher rates late in the

season or when treating under cold/overcast

conditions.

Annual phalaris

(Canary grass)

Annual ryegrass

Silvergrass

Winter grass

530 – 660 g

pre-tillering

660 – 790 g

post- tillering

Full disturbance with cultivation or sowing with a

tyned implement may start one day after treatment (7

days if Dock, Phalaris, Skeleton weed, Soursob or

Sorrel are present) and should occur within 21 days

after treatment. Where cultivation or sowing

Calomba daisy

Capeweed

Doublegee/Spiny emex

265 – 530 g

less than 8 cm

diam/ height

530 – 790 g

greater than

8 cm diam/

height

Amsinckia

Fumitory

Paterson's curse

Saffron thistle

Scotch thistle

Spear thistle

Variegated thistle

Volunteer lupins

Wild turnip

530 – 660 g

less than

12 cm diam/

height

660 – 790 g

greater than

12 cm diam/

height

Dock (seedling)

530 – 790g

Perennial phalaris

Sorrel

Sub clover

Soursob

790 g

Skeleton weed - fully

emerged rosettes

NSW only

does not occur within 21 days, new weed growth

may require further treatment. When treating light

infestations of seedling annual grasses (pretillering)

and annual broadleaved weeds (less than 8 cm

dia/height), cultivation or sowing may start 6 hours

after treatment and should occur within 21 days.

Crop Eastablishment Sowing should not proceed

until conditions allow the formation of a satisfactory

seedbed. See Crop Establishment for directions.

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and perennial

grasses Addition of Wetter TX, 200 mL/100 L spray

solution, may improve control. When treating dense

infestation of Silvergrass, use low volume nozzles

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

of 70 mL/ha or more is recommended to improve

plant spray coverage.

Tank Mixtures For improved control of clover add

Banvel (dicamba). Read and follow all label

directions, restraints, plantback periods, withholding

periods, regional use restrictions and safety

directions for the tank mix products. See Tank

Mixtures for directions.

Perennial Weeds For Perennial phalaris, soursob,

skeleton weed and Sorrel, Roundup Dry will provide

knockdown, seasonal suppression and reduction in

treated plant numbers.

All the above weeds

TAS only

790 g – 1.6 kg

Tasmania Use 790 g/ha on annual weeds. Increase

to 1.6 kg/ha where perennial weeds are being

treated. To control White clover and improve control

of Sorrel and Dock, add 1 L/ha Banvel. Observe

label directions and plantback periods.

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Barley grass

Wild oats

Volunteer cereals

530 g – 790 g

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress

from low moisture, frost, cold, disease or

waterlogging. If heavy grazing has occurred, allow

regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and use the

higher rate.

Brome grass

Canary grass

Capeweed

Variegated thistle

Winter grass

660 g –1 kg

Rate Selection Use the lower rate on young weeds;

increase to the higher rate where grasses reach full

tillering or where broadleaf weeds commence stem

elongation/ budding. Increase to higher rates in

spring and under cold conditions.

SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

Prior to establishing

a crop or pasture

with an implement

that gives minimal or

no soil disturbance.

NSW, Vic, SA, WA

only

Annual ryegrass

Paterson's curse

Saffron thistle

Scotch thistle

Spear thistle

Silvergrass

Wild mustard

Wild radish

Wild turnip

790 g – 1 kg

Aerial application Use higher rates. See Aerial

Equipment.

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and perennial

grasses Addition of Wetter TX, 200mL/100L spray

solution, may improve control. When treating dense

infestation of Silvergrass, use low volume nozzles

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

70mL/ha or more is recommended to improve plant

spray coverage

Tank Mixtures For improved control of clover add

Banvel (dicamba). Read and follow all label directios,

restraints,

Erodium

Plantain

Perennial-Phalaris

Sorrel

Sub. Clover

Yorkshire fog

990 g – 1.3 kg

plantback periods, withholding periods, regional use

restrictions and safety directions for the tank mix

products. See Tank Mixtures for directions.

Addition of ammonium sulfate, 2kg/100L, may

improve control when treating under adverse

environmental conditions.

Dock

Flatweed

1.3 kg

Pasture or Crop Establishment Do not sow into

excessive trash. Excessive plant residues may be

removed by grazing after treatment. Grazing may

commence one day after treatment of annual weeds

(small) and 7 days for perennial weeds. Delay

grazing for three days where annual weeds are

large. Sowing may proceed when excessive trash is

removed, but not sooner than one day after

treatment of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial

weeds. See also Crop Establishment.

Aerial (or Surface) Seeding Delay seeding until

trash level is completely removed by grazing and/or

plant decay. When establishing pasture, ensure

application of fertilizer and insecticides and follow up

management is undertaken as required.

All the above weeds

TAS only

790 g – 1.6 kg

Tasmania Use 790 g/ha on annual weeds. Increase

to 1.6 kg/ha where perennial weeds are being

treated. To control White clover and improve control

of Sorrel and Dock, add 1 L/ha Banvel. Observe

label directions and plantback periods.

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Barley grass

Volunteer cereals

Wild oats

530 g – 790 g

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress

from low moisture, frost, cold, disease or

waterlogging. If heavy grazing has occurred, allow

regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and use the

higher rate.

SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

To commence a

fallow

NSW, Vic, SA, WA

only

Annual ryegrass

Brome grass

Capeweed

Paterson's curse

Saffron thistle

Scotch thistle

Silvergrass

Spear thistle

Wild mustard

Wild radish

Wild turnip

790 g – 1 kg

Rate Selection Use the lower rate on young weeds

or where cultivation is to follow within 21 days.

Increase to the high rate where grasses reach full

tillering or where broadleaf weeds commence stem

elongation/ budding.

Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass and perennial

grasses Addition of Wetter TX, 200 mL/100 L spray

solution, may improve control. When treating dense

infestation of Silvergrass, use low volume nozzles

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

70 mL/ha or more is recommended to improve plant

spray coverage.

Hoary cress Treat from late rosette to early

flowering.

Soursob Treat at tuber exhaustion.

Hoary Cress

Soursob

790 g

Couch

790 g – 1.6 kg

Couch Use the higher rate on dense infestations.

Apply sequential treatments during summer and

autumn, with autumn being most effective. Repeat

applications will be required for full control. For

improved control, use in conjunction with cultivation

Tank Mixtures For improved control of clover add

Banvel (dicamba). Read and follow all label

directions, restraints, plantback periods, withholding

periods, regional use restrictions and safety

directions for the tank mix products. See Tank

Mixtures for directions.

All the above weeds

TAS only

790 g – 1.6 kg

Tasmania Use 790 g/ha on annual weeds. Increase

to 1.6 kg/ha where perennial weeds are being treated.

To control White clover and improve control of Sorrel

and Dock, add 1 L/ha Banvel. Observe label

directions and plantback periods.

Pasture topping

For annual grass,

capeweed and

Barley grass

Brome grass

Capeweed

Silvergrass

160 g – 240 g

Calomba daisy see-

set reduction

Annual ryegrass

Calomba daisy

240 g

Remove stock prior to treatment to allow even

regrowth. Apply to capeweed and Annual Ryegrass

at FLOWERING. For other grasses, apply from

HEAD to MILKY DOUGH stage. Use higher rate for

dense infestations or where Annual ryegrass is

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

Reduction in pasture legume population may occur

as a result of treatment. DO NOT apply to clover or

medic crops intended for seed or hay.

Seed-head

suppression of

Perennial grasses

Bentgrass

200 – 330 g

Timing Treat from late October to late November .

Apply before seedheads have emerged. Use the

higher rate where growth is excessive and

renovation is intended the following autumn.

Follow up management Graze hard after spraying.

Poa Tussock

infested pasture For

reduction of ground

cover allowing

pasture renovation.

Most annual weeds

and suppression of

Poa Tussock

1.6 – 2.1 kg

Timing Graze heavily, then remove at least 14 days

before spraying to allow fresh regrowth. Apply to

actively growing plants after the autumn break but

before heavy frosts (March-May). Application

Increase to the higher rate may give more effective

reductions. If aerial spraying, see Aerial Equipment

Follow up management Sowing may start from 14

days after spraying. It is essential that correct follow

up pasture establishment and management occurs

after treatment. Spot treatment will limit re-

infestation.

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Annual phalaris

(Canary grass)

Barley grass

Volunteer cereals

Wild oats

265 – 530 g

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA

In fallow or prior to

planting a crop.

Qld, NSW only

Barnyard grass

Button grass

Columbus grass

(seedling)

Liverseed grass

Native millet

Stinkgrass (lovegrass)

Volunteer sorghum

530 g – 1kg

Australian bluebell (Qld

only)

Cudweed

Fumitory

Mexican poppy

New Zealand Spinach

Saffron thistle

Spear thistle

Spurge

Stinking goosefoot

530 – 790 g

Black (giant) pigweed

Boggabri weed

Caltrop (Yellow vine)

Indian hedge mustard

Mintweed

Summer grass

265 – 530 g up

to 5 true leaves

or 3 cm

dia/height

530 – 790 g

greater than 5

true leaves or 3

cm dia/height

Treat only actively growing weeds not under stress from

low moisture, frost, cold, disease or waterlogging. If

heavy grazing has occurred, allow regrowth to 6-8 cm

before spraying and use the higher rate. Note that

under summer (hot) conditions, dense infestations of

Barnyard grass and Liverseed grass may require follo

up treatment for complete control. Enhanced control of

Barnyard grass and Liverseed grass may require follow

up treatment for complete control. In winter (cold)

conditions symptoms on Deadnettle may be slow to

develop.

Rate Selection Use the lower rates on young

weeds; increase to the higher rate where grasses

reach full tillering or where broadleaf weeds reach

stem elongation/ budding. At more advanced stages

of growth certain broadleaf weeds require a higher

rate range or the addition of 2,4-D ester.

Crop Establishment Sowing should not proceed

until conditions allow the formation of a satisfactory

seedbed. See Crop Establishment for directions.

Tank Mixtures Read and follow all label directions,

restraints plant-back and withholding periods,

regional use restrictions and safety directions for the

tank mix products. DO NOT tank mix with atrazine

when spraying Barnyard grass or Liverseed grass.

Aerial Application For instructions on aerial

application under hot conditions see Aerial

Equipment. DO NOT apply by aircraft when ambient

temperature is above 30

African Turnip weed

Deadnettle

Sweet summer grass

Variegated thistle

Volunteer sunflower

400 – 530 g up

to 5 true leaves

or 3 cm

dia/height

530 g – 1 kg

greater than 5

true leaves or

3 cm

dia/height

Annual ground cherry

(gooseberry)

Bladder ketmia

Camel melon

False castor oil plant

(Thornapple)

Noogoora burr

Turnip weed

Wild lettuce

Wild turnip

Wireweed

530 – 790 g

prior to stem

elongation/

budding. After

that use

265 – 790 g

plus

500 – 700 mL

2,4-D ester

(800 g/L) or

790 g – 1 kg

Pigweed

530 g – 1 kg

Use higher rates on larger weeds. Control of pigweed

over a wide range of growth stage can be obtained

with the addition of Ally. Observe re-cropping

intervals.

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Sowthistle

Milkthistle

400 – 530 g

rosettes up to

3cm dia

530g – 1kg

greater than

3cm dia

Previously grazed plants may be difficult to control

without allowing full recovery.

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA

In fallow or prior to

planting a crop.

Qld, NSW only

Couch

790 g – 1.6kg

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.

Johnson grass

1 – 1.6 kg

Use the higher rate on plants approaching seedhead

stage. Apply to plants with a minimum of 30 cm new

growth. Sequential treatments will be required for long

term control.

Nutgrass

1.6 + 1.6 kg

Make first application to actively growing plants when

at least 20% have reached the head stage (normally

about Feb). After allowing maximum re-emergence to

occur (normally 6-8 weeks), it is essential to make a

second application. Note Follow up treatments should

be made as part of a Nutgrass control program..

SORGHUM

CONTROL

(pre-harvest)

QLD, NSW only

Sorghum (grain-

sorghum)

DO NOT apply to

varieties intended for

seed production or

varieties prone to

lodging

790 – 1 kg

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

harvest treatments may increase the likelihood of crop

lodging. Apply treatments to previously

slashed/grazed stubble when at least 20 cm of new

growth has occurred.

SORGHUM

CONTROL

(post-harvest)

QLD, NSW only

Sorghum stubble

(grain-sorghum)

530 – 790 g

for fresh

regrowth

from slashed

stubble.

790 g – 1 kg

for standing

stubble if

sufficiently

green and for

fresh spring

regrowth.

Caution Sorghum may be naturally toxic to stock.

SUGARCANE Ratoon

Spray out

QLD, NSW only

Sugarcane ratoon

regrowth

2.1 – 4.8 kg

APPLY UNDER GOOD GROWING CONDITIONS

ONLY to actively growing rations 60-120cm tall. DO

NOT apply if plants are under stress from low moistur

or waterlogging. Use the lower rate for suppression or

where cultivation is to follow. Use the higher rate for

control.

RICE

Direct drilling

NSW only

Annual phalaris

(Canary grass)

Annual ryegrass

Barley grass

Burr medic

Sub. Clover

Winter grass

530 g – 660 g

Roundup Dry is less effective in drought-stressed

plants. In drought conditions a pre-watering prior to

spraying is recommended. In grazed situations, if

heavy grazing has occurred allow regrowth to 6-8cm

before spraying. Annual ryegrass Add Wetter TX at

200 mL/100 L of spray solution and where dominant,

use the higher rate. Sowing Direct drilling may take

place 1-14 days after spraying. Roundup Dry does not

provide residual weed control. Permanent water and

approved selective herbicides should be used to

provide continuing control of weeds.

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Cotton (pre-harvest)

Do not use on crops

intended for seed

production

QLD, NSW only

Bathurst burr

Noogoora burr

Winter annual weeds

including sowthistle/

milkthistle

660 g – 1.3 kg

Use the lower rate on light infestations of small weeds,

where the crop canopy allows adequate spray

coverage of the weeds. Increase to the higher rate

when the crop canopy mat limit spray coverage, when

treating dense infestations, or when treating larger

weeds. Apply alone or in tank mixtures with Dropp or

Harvade. Apply when at lest 60% of bolls are open

and immature bolls cannot be easily cut with a knife.

When a leafy canopy limits spray coverage, reduced

weed control can be expected. For best results under

these conditions, delay application until canopy re-

opens following initial conditioning treatment.

Nutgrass, seasonal

suppression only

1.3 kg

Where control of Nutgrass and Noogoora burr is

required, treatments should be applied prior to the

onset of frosts. When tank mixed with defoliants, a

slightly higher proportion of cotton leaf may be

retained, particularly where the higher rate is used.

Read and follow all label directions for the tank mix

products.

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

THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION

WITHOLDING PERIOD Not required when used as directed.

CONDITION OF SALE

Nufarm Australia Limited (“Nufarm “) shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage or death whether

consequential or otherwise whatsoever, or howsoever arising through negligence or otherwise in

connection with the sale, supply, use or application of this product. The supply of this product is on the

express conditions that the purchaser does not rely on Nufarm’s skill or judgement in purchasing or

using the same and every person dealing with this product does so at his own risk absolutely. No

representative of Nufarm has any authority to alter these conditions.

®/ ™ Registered / trademark of Monsanto Technology LLC, used under licence by Nufarm Australia Limited, Copyright Nufarm

Australia Limited, May 2002.

Distributed by

Nufarm Australia Limited ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road, Laverton North, VIC 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000 Fax: (03) 9282 1001

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