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SYNGENTA - Herbicide
51183

Controls certain broadleaf weeds in winter Cereals, Conservation Tillage, Grain Sorghum, Non-Crop Areas, Pastures, Rice, Sugarcane and Turf

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Restraints
DO NOT spray when rain seems likely to occur within 4 hours
DO NOT spray when weeds are wet with dew or rain or under stress from drought, low soil fertility, extreme cold or water logging
DO NOT spray outside recommended crop growth stages as crop damage may result DO NOT apply to crops undersown with clover, lucerne or medics

BARLEY, TRITICALE, WHEAT 
From 3 leaf stage to mid-tillering (GS 13-25)
Weeds: Amsinckia (Yellow Burrweed), Sorrel, Charlock, Chickweed, Rough Poppy, Shepherd's Purse
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Charlock, Chickweed, Rough Poppy, Shepherd's Purse
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed)
State: Qld, NSW only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Deadnettle, Staggerweed
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to early flowering

Weeds: Indian Hedge Mustard, Turnipweed, Wild Turnip
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 5 cm height or diameter

Weeds: New Zealand Spinach
State: Qld only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 5 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Prickly Lettuce, Tree Hogweed, Spiny Emex (Doublegee, Three- Cornered Jack), Wireweed
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 5 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Sow Thistle
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Ally* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 5 cm height or diameter

Critical Comments: Apply with a non-ionic surfactant such as BS1000* Bio-Degradable Surfactant at 100 mL/100 L water.

BARLEY, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT
From 3 leaf stage to mid-tillering (GS 13-25)
Weeds: Amsinckia (Yellow Burrweed), Capeweed
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 7 g Eclipse* Herbicide
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed)
State: Qld, NSW only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Eclipse
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Indian Hedge Mustard, Turnip Weed, Wild Turnip, Wild Radish
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 7 g Eclipse
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 8 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 15 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Spiny Emex (Doublegee, Three- Cornered Jack)
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 7 g Eclipse
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf and maximum 8 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Turnip Weed
State: Qld only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Eclipse
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf and maximum 12 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Wild Radish
State: WA only
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 5 g Eclipse
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf and maximum 12 cm height or diameter

Critical Comments: Apply with Uptake* Spraying Oil at 500 mL/100 L water or D-C-Tron* spraying oil at 1 L/100 L water. Suppression only for Capeweed

Weeds: Volunteer Legumes (Chickpeas, Peas, Sub-Clover, Tares/Vetch, Medic)
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 4 leaf or nodes and maximum 8 cm height or diameter
Critical Comments: Apply with a non-ionic surfactant such as BS1000 at 100 mL/100 L water.

BARLEY, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT 
From 5 leaf stage to mid-tillering (GS 15-25)
Weeds: Climbing Buckwheat, Fat Hen, New Zealand Spinach, Sunflowers, Tree Hogweed
State: NSW, Qld, Vic only
Rate/ha: 200 g
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 8 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 10 cm height or diameter

Weeds: Docks, Hexham Scent, Scotch Thistle (Black or Spear Thistle), Spiny Emex (Doublegee, Three- Cornered Jack), Variegated Thistles, Volunteer Legumes (Chickpeas,  Peas, Subterranean Clover, Tares/Vetch), Wireweed
State: All States
Rate/ha: 200 g
Weed Growth Stage at Application: Up to 8 leaf or young rosette stage and maximum 10 cm height or diameter

Critical Comments: For Wireweed control add non-ionic surfactant, such as BS1000 at 100 mL/100 L water.

BARLEY, CEREAL RYE, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT 
From 5 leaf to early tillering (GS 15-22)
Weeds: Capeweed, Charlock, Common Ice-Plant, Doublegee (Three- cornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Hexham Scent (Melilotus), Mustards, Seedling Docks, Soldier Thistle, Tares, Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum), Vetch, Volunteer legumes (Chickpeas, Peas, Subterranean Clover, Tares/Vetch, Medic), Wild Radish, Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Wireweed (Hogweed), Ward’s Weed
State: All States
Rate/ha: 115 g plus 700 mL MCPA amine (500 g/L)
Critical Comments: Spray when most weeds have germinated and are in the 2 to 4 leaf stage. In some instances suppression only of Wireweed (Hogweed) and Capeweed will occur.

BARLEY, CEREAL RYE, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT 
From 5 leaf to early tillering stage until the fully tillered stage and before jointing occurs (GS 15, 21-30)
Weeds: Capeweed, Charlock, Chickweed, Clover, Common Ice-Plant, Hoary Cress, Mustards, Radish, Saffron Thistle, Sorrel, Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum), Ward’s Weed, Tares
State: SA only
Rate/ha: 200 g plus 1 L MCPA amine (500 g/L) or 200 g plus 700 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Weeds: Capeweed, Charlock, Chickweed, Mustards, Radish, Saffron Thistle, Sorrel, Tares, Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum), Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii)
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas only
Rate/ha: 200 g plus 1.2 L MCPA amine (500 g/L) or 200 g plus 700 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Weeds: Chickweed, Sorrel, Wireweed
State: WA only
Rate/ha: 285 g or 200 g plus 800 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L) or 200 g plus 1.2 L MCPA amine (500 g/L)

Weeds: Common Ice-Plant
State: WA only
Rate/ha: 230 g plus 800 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Weeds: Mintweed
State: Qld, NSW only
Rate/ha: 200 g plus 1.2 L MCPA amine (500 g/L) or 200 g plus 700 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Critical Comments: DO NOT use CADENCE plus 2,4-D in oats in SA.
If any of these weeds as well as the above weeds are found in these cereal crops, the addition of MCPA or 2,4-D is essential. Spray when most weeds have germinated and are still in the young rosette stage.
Possible crop damage may occur to some varieties if mixes of CADENCE plus MCPA amine or 2,4-D amine are applied too early.
A mixture with 2,4-D amine must not be used in Tasmania.
In some instances suppression only of Wireweed (Hogweed) and Capeweed will occur.

GRAIN SORGHUM 
From 3 leaf stage until 6 leaf stage
Weeds: Amaranthus, Black (Giant) Pigweed, Bladder Ketmia, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Mintweed, Noogoora Burr, Pigweed, Thornapple (Datura)
State: Qld, NSW, NT only
Rate/ha: 200 g plus 1.5 L Flowable Gesaprim® 600 SC Liquid Herbicide or 230 g plus 1.2 L Gesaprim 600 SC
Critical Comments: Apply when weeds have 3 to 5 true leaves. DO NOT apply in hot dry conditions. Apply by boom spray as an overall spray applying 50 to 250 L water/ha. Use the higher rate of CADENCE where Bladder Ketmia or Caltrop are present.

GRAIN SORGHUM From 3 leaf stage until 6 leaf stage 
MAIZE Post-emergence until maize is approximately 90 cm high or until 15 days prior to tassle emergence
Weeds: Annual Gooseberry, Annual Ground Cherry, Bathurst and Noogoora Burrs, Bellvine, Blackberry Nightshade, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed), Cobbler’s Pegs, Common Sow Thistle, Doublegee (Three- cornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Dwarf Amaranth, Fat Hen, Field Bindweed, Green Amaranth, Lucerne, Mintweed, New Zealand Spinach, Parthenium Weed, Pigweed, Redroot Amaranth, Redshank, seedling Khaki Weed, seedling Perennial Gooseberry, Sunflower, Thornapple (Datura), Wireweed
State: All States (NOT Central Qld)
Rate/ha: 230 to 400 g
Critical Comments: Apply when weeds have at least 3 to 5 true leaves. DO NOT treat weeds which are beyond the rosette stage.
Method of Application: Apply by boom spray as an overall or directed spray by applying 100 to 250 L water/ha, or by aircraft applying 45 L/ha. Use the higher rate on larger weeds and where Amaranthus, Blackberry Nightshade and Mintweed are the major problems or where Annual and Perennial Gooseberry are present. Certain Maize varieties may develop clubfoot of the prop roots.

PINUS RADIATA PLANTATIONS 
At least 10 months prior to planting pines
Weeds: Naturally regenerated pines
State: NSW, Vic, SA only
Rate/ha: 1430 to 5700 g
Critical Comments: Use the high rate where total control is essential. Apply in spring.

Weeds: Sorrel (in pastures to be planted to pines)
State: All States
Rate/ha: 800 or 400 g plus 1.4 L 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)
Critical Comments: Apply in September/October period before the Sorrel flowers. Add a non- ionic wetting agent to spray mix at its recommended rate.

POTATOES
Weeds: 
Blackberry Nightshade, Chickweed, Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed), Clover, Docks, Fat Hen, Thistles, Wireweed (Hogweed)
State: Tas only
Rate/ha: 360 to 860 g
Critical Comments: Apply after haulm senescene in sufficient water to give even coverage. May be mixed with amitrole or 2,4-D to improve spectrum of weeds controlled. Refer to respective labels of these herbicides for application rates. Add suitable surfactant for improved coverage.
Note: DO NOT apply when potato haulms are still green.

RICE Pre-sowing Post-sowing Either before permanent water or until rice is at the mid-tillering stage
Weeds: Docks
State: NSW, NT only
Rate/ha: 
Seedling Docks 285 g
Mature Docks 400 g
Critical Comments: 
Pre-sowing: 
Apply before the end of August and DO NOT cultivate or graze for 14 days after spraying.
Post-sowing: Preferably apply before the application of permanent water. If permanent water has been applied, CADENCE can be applied up to the mid-tillering stage provided the Docks are exposed.
Use 100 L/ha for boom application.

SUGARCANE Post- emergence
Weeds: Amaranthus, Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Black (Giant) Pigweed, Blackberry Nightshade, Caltrop, Cleome, Cobbler’s Pegs, Common Sow Thistle, Fat Hen, Green Amaranth, Khaki Weed, Milkweed, Mintweed, Noogoora Burr, Parthenium Weed, Perennial Gooseberry, Pigweed, Prickly Cucumber, Purple Top ∆, Redroot Amaranth, Sensitive Plant, Tar Vine, Thornapple (Datura), White Passion Vine ∆
State: Qld, NSW, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 560 g plus 1.2 L Gesaprim 600 SC or 830 g Gesaprim® Granules Herbicide

Weeds: Bathurst Burr, Bellvine, Blackberry Nightshade, Calopo, Caltrop, Cleome, Cobbler’s Pegs, Common Sow Thistle, Convolvulus, Fat Hen, Green Amaranth, Khaki Weed, Noogoora Burr, Parthenium Weed, Perennial Gooseberry, Pigweed, Pink Burr, Redroot Amaranth, Sensitive Plant, Sida retusa, Tar Vine, Thickhead, Thornapple (Datura)
State: Qld, NSW, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 400 g

Weeds: Billygoat Weed, Calopo, Common Sensitive Plant, Pink Convolvulus, Sida retusa, Siratro, Stinking Passion Vine
State: Qld, NSW, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 370 g plus 830 mL Gesaprim
600 SC or 560 g Gesaprim Granules to 560 g plus
1.2 L Gesaprim 600 SC or 830 g Gesaprim Granules

Weeds: Fleabanes, Pink Burr, Seedling Square Weed, Snake Weed, Thickhead, Turnip Weed
State: Qld, NSW, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 370 g plus 830 mL Gesaprim
600 SC or 560 g Gesaprim Granules

Weeds: Sicklepod
State: Qld, NSW, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 560 g plus 1.2 L Gesaprim 600 SC or 830 g Gesaprim Granules to 740 g
plus
1660 mL Gesaprim 600 SC or 1.1 kg Gesaprim Granules

Critical Comments: Spray when most weeds have germinated and are in the young rosette stage or when they have no more than 8 true leaves.
Method of Application: Apply by boom spray as an overall directed spray applying 100 to 250 L water/ha, or by aircraft applying 45 L/ha.
To achieve residual control use CADENCE plus Gesaprim.
DO NOT apply more than 3 kg atrazine ai/ha/year.
∆ Suppression only

GRASS PASTURES, NON-CROP
Weeds: 
Rubber Vine
State: Qld, NT only
Rate:
/ha: 1430 to 2860 g plus 2.5 L 2,4-D ester (800 g/L)
High volume/ 100 L: 100 to 200 g plus 175 mL 2,4,D ester (800 g/L)
/15 L knapsack: 15 to 30 g plus 25 mL 2,4-D ester (800 g/L)
Critical Comments: Apply during April or May. For application by misting machines, add 430 g CADENCE to 10 L water.

GRASS PASTURES, PERENNIAL GRASS SEED CROPS
Weeds: 
Black or Spear Thistle, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Cotton (Woolly or True Scotch) Thistle, Doublegee (Three-cornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Hexham Scent (Melilotus), Horehound and Rumex spp (including Curled and Broadleafed Docks), Illyrian Thistle, Parthenium Weed, Smart Weed (Water Pepper), Star Thistle, Stemless Thistle, Variegated Thistle
State: All States
Rate:
/ha: Seedlings 200 to 400 g
High volume/ 100 L: Seedlings 30 g
/15 L knapsack: Seedlings 10 g
Rate:
/ha: Young mature plants 400 to 800 g
High volume/ 100 L: Young mature plants 60 g
/15 L knapsack: Young mature plants 15 g

Weeds: Common Ice-Plant, Hoary Cress, Saffron Thistle, Sorrel
State: All States
Rate:
/ha: 200 g plus 800 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)
High volume/ 100 L: 15 g plus 60 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)
/15 L knapsack: 5 g plus 15 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Critical Comments: When applying by boom spray use 110 to 280 L mixture/ha Add a non-ionic wetting agent to spray mix at its recommended rate.

NON-CROP
Weeds: 
Afghan Thistle, Artichoke Thistle, Star Thistle
State: All States
Rate:
/ha: 1140 g
High volume/ 100 L: 70 g
/15 L knapsack: 20 g

Weeds: Angled Onion Weed (Three- cornered Garlic), Bladder Campion, Cotton (Woolly or True Scotch) Thistle, Docks, Horehound, Stemless Thistle, Sorrel, Variegated (or Spotted) Thistle
State: All States
Rate:
/ha: 860 g
High volume/ 100 L: 60 g
/15 L knapsack: 15 g

Critical Comments: Use a minimum of 1500 L/ha water. Add a non-ionic wetting agent to spray mix at its recommended rate.
Spray Angled Onion weed and Bladder Campion before flowering.

Weeds: Blackberry Nightshade
State: WA only
Rate:
/ha: 230 to 400 g
High volume/ 100 L: -
/15 L knapsack:  5 g
Critical Comments: Spray at seedling stage.

Weeds: Creeping Knotweed
State: WA only
Rate:
/ha: 860 to 1700 g
High volume/ 100 L: -
/15 L knapsack: 15 to 30 g
Critical Comments: Apply in early summer to actively growing plants.

Weeds: Illyrian Thistle, Parthenium Weed, Smart Weed (Water Pepper)
State: All States
Rate:
/ha: 430 g
High volume/ 100 L: 30 g
/15 L knapsack: 10 g
Critical Comments: Use a minimum of 1500 L/ha water. Add a non-ionic wetting agent to spray mix at its recommended rate.

Weeds: Khaki Weed
State: WA only
Rate:
/ha: 430 g
High volume/ 100 L: -
/15 L knapsack: 5 g
Critical Comments: Spray when actively growing at young rosette stage.

Weeds: Rubber Vine
State: WA only
Rate:
/ha: 1000 g
High volume/ 100 L: -
/15 L knapsack: 15 g
Critical Comments: Apply in autumn during active growth.

Weeds: Slender Ice-Plant
State: WA only
Rate:
/ha: 230 g plus 800 mL 2,4-D (500 g/L)
High volume/ 100 L: -
/15 L knapsack: 5 g plus 15 mL 2,4-D (500 g/L)
Critical Comments: Spray when actively growing at young rosette stage.

Additional Restraints for Conservation Tillage
When grass and broadleaf weeds are present, use a mixture of CADENCE and Touchdown® Hi Tech Herbicide or other glyphosate formulations
DO NOT disturb treated weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for 1 day after treatment of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds
DO NOT treat weeds heavily covered with dust or silt
DO NOT apply if rainfall is likely within 6 hours of application Observe plant back periods listed under General Instructions
When applying to dry soil surfaces, at least 15 mm rainfall is required before the plant back period begins

BETWEEN CROPPING APPLICATIONS, CONSERVATION TILLAGE, DIRECT DRILLING, MINIMUM TILLAGE, NO-TILL FALLOW
Weeds: 
Amaranthus, Annual Gooseberry, Bathurst and Noogoora Burrs, Bellvine, Black or Spear Thistle, Blackberry Nightshade, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Cobbler’s Pegs, Doublegee (Three- cornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Fat Hen, Horehound and Rumex spp including Curled and Broadleaf Docks, Illyrian Thistle, Mintweed, Parthenium Weed, Seedling Khaki Weed, Seedling Perennial Gooseberry, Smart Weed (Water Pepper), Star Thistle, Stemless Thistle, Sunflower, Thornapple (Datura)
State: All States
Rate/ha: Seedlings: 230 to 400 g

Weeds: Centro, Cleome, Convolvulus, Pink Burr, Sensitive Plant, Sida retusa, Tar-Vine, Thickhead
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: Seedlings: 230 to 400 g

Critical Comments: Apply when weeds have at least 3 to 5 true leaves and are actively growing. DO NOT treat weeds which are beyond the rosette stage. Use higher rate on large weeds.

Weeds: Chickweed, Sorrel, Wireweed
State: WA only
Rate/ha: 285 g

Weeds: Climbing Buckwheat
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 200 g

Critical Comments: Spray when most weeds have germinated and are still in the young rosette stage, when they have not more than 8 true leaves.

Weeds: Clover
State: All States
Rate/ha: 140 g
Critical Comments: When targeting advanced growth stages (from early side shoot development) add to Touchdown Hi Tech, other glyphosate formulations or Spray.Seed® 250 Herbicide as required (mixtures of Spray.Seed plus CADENCE must not be used in Tas). Follow recommended label rates.

Weeds: Common Ice-Plant, Hoary Cress, Saffron Thistle, Sorrel
State: All States
Rate/ha: 200 g plus 800 mL 2,4-D amine (500 g/L)

Weeds: Docks, Double Gee, Hexham Scent
State: All States
Rate/ha: 200 g

Weeds: Fat Hen, Scotch Thistle and Tree Hogweed
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, NT only
Rate/ha: 200 g

Weeds: New Zealand Spinach
State: Qld, NSW, NT only
Rate/ha: 200 g

Weeds: Sunflower, Variegated Thistle, Vetch and Wireweed
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, NT only
Rate/ha: 200 g

Weeds: Tares
State: SA only
Rate/ha: 200 g

Critical Comments: Spray when most weeds have germinated and are still in the young rosette stage, when they have no more than 8 true leaves.

CONSERVATION TILLAGE, DIRECT DRILLING, SEED BED SALVAGE
For weed control in fallow, stubble or pasture prior to sowing with a full disturbance implement
Weeds: 
Amaranthus (Red Shank), Docks, Medics, Native Amaranth, Paterson’s Curse, Sow Thistle, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Cereals, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wireweed (Hogweed)
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, SA, WA, NT only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 360 to 540 mL Touchdown Hi Tech or 400 to 600 mL glyphosate (450 g/L)

Weeds: Annual Ryegrass, Capeweed, Tree Hogweed, Volunteer Field Peas
State: NSW, Vic, SA, WA only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 360 to 540 mL Touchdown Hi Tech or 400 to 600 mL glyphosate (450 g/L)

Weeds: Apple of Peru, Barnyard Grass, Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed), Canary Grass (Annual Phalaris), Mintweed, Noogoora Burr, Thorn Apple, Wild or Prickly Lettuce, Yellow Vine (Caltrop)
State: Qld, NSW, NT only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 360 to 540 mL Touchdown Hi Tech or 400 to 600 mL glyphosate (450 g/L)

Weeds: Barnyard Grass, Liverseed Grass
State: NSW only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 360 to 540 mL Touchdown Hi Tech or 400 to 600 mL glyphosate (450 g/L)
State: Qld, NT only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 720 mL to 1.1 L Touchdown Hi Tech or 800 mL to 1.2 L glyphosate (450 g/L)

Weeds: Sorrel
State: NSW, Vic, SA, WA only
Rate/ha: 115 to 170 g plus 580 to 720 mL Touchdown Hi Tech or 650 to 800 mL glyphosate (450 g/L)

Critical Comments: If excessively wet conditions occur shortly after application or sowing, some retardation of crop establishment may occur in certain broadleaf crops. Spray when most weeds have germinated and are still in the young rosette or pre-tillering stage. Use the lower rate when weeds are prior to tillering or seedlings.
Increase to the higher rate as weeds reach tillering or are 10 to 15 cm diameter/high. In grazed situations if heavy grazing has occurred, allow re-growth to 6 to 8 cm high before spraying. Visible symptoms of weed control may not be apparent for 10 to 21 days.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION

WITHHOLDING PERIODS
DO NOT HARVEST, GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION
IF ANOTHER HERBICIDE IS APPLIED AS A TANK MIX, OBSERVE THE WITHHOLDING RESTRICTIONS ON THAT LABEL IF THEY ARE LONGER

Plant Back Periods for Conservation Tillage
Wait for the following periods before planting the following crops into soils sprayed with the product. At least 15 mm of rainfall is required before the plant back period begins.
If another herbicide is applied as a tank mix, observe the plant back restrictions on that label if they are longer.
Note: If waterlogging occurs shortly after sowing, the product may cause some reduction in crop vigour. Use as directed only in the States indicated.

Rate/ha: 140 g
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Barley: 1
Canola: 7
Chickpeas: ND+
Clover / Medics: 7
Cotton: 7
Field Peas: ND 
Lupins: 7
Maize: 1
Millet: 1

Rate/ha: 200 g
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Barley: 7
Canola: 10
Chickpeas: 21 
Clover / Medics: 14
Cotton: 7
Field Peas: 14 
Lupins: 14
Maize: 3
Millet: 3

Rate/ha: 400 g
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Barley: 14
Canola: 14
Chickpeas: 28 
Clover / Medics: 21
Cotton: 14
Field Peas: 21 
Lupins: 21
Maize: 7
Millet: 7

+Not determined

Rate/ha: 140 g 
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Mung Beans: 5
Oats: 1
Pigeon Peas: 5
Rye: 1
Safflower: 14 
Sorghum: 1
Soybeans: 5
Sunflower: 1
Triticale: 1
Wheat: 1

Rate/ha: 200 g 
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Mung Beans: 5
Oats: 7
Pigeon Peas: 5 
Rye: 7
Safflower: 21 
Sorghum: 3
Soybeans: 5
Sunflower: 7
Triticale: 7
Wheat: 7

Rate/ha: 400 g 
Plant Back Period (days)#:
Mung Beans: 10
Oats: 14
Pigeon Peas: 10 
Rye: 14
Safflower: 28 
Sorghum: 7
Soybeans: 10
Sunflower: 14
Triticale: 14
Wheat: 14

QLD, NT Only
Rate/ha: 140 to 170 g
Crop: Barley, Cereal Rye, Maize, Millet, Oats, Sorghum, Sunflowers, Triticale, Wheat
Plant Back Period (days)±: 1
Crop: Mung Beans, Pigeon Peas, Soybeans
Plant Back Period (days)±: 5
Crop: Canola, Cotton
Plant Back Period (days)±: 7

Rate/ha: Rates above 170 g
Crop: All crops
Plant Back Period (days)±: 21

#For all rates and crops not included above, a plant back period of 6 weeks applies generally and 8 weeks for seed crops. Plant back period only commences once a minimum of 15 mm of rainfall or irrigation has been received following application.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Spray when weeds are young and actively growing and, unless stated otherwise, before the 4 leaf stage.

Mixing
Add the required amount of CADENCE to a 3/4 full spray tank with the agitation system operating. Where a tank mix is to be applied, add CADENCE and mix thoroughly before adding compatible mixing partners.

Application
Boom Application: Apply by a properly calibrated boom spray using not less than 50 L of water/ha.
Aerial Application: Apply at least 25 L total spray volume/ha. The aircraft should fly as low as practical under the prevailing conditions to minimise drift. No manual flaggers in aerial spraying.
High Volume Application: Apply a minimum 1500 L/ha. Knapsack Application: A 15 L knapsack treats 150 m2. Mimosa Control
Broadacre Application: Apply in 60 L water/ha. Helicopter application preferred.
High Volume Application: Apply using ground equipment. Thoroughly wet all leaves and stems of the plant. Basal Bark Application: Apply to plants of less than 5 cm basal diameter. Spray liberally all around the base and 25 to 40 cm up the stem.
Cut Stump Application: Apply on plants up to 10 cm basal diameter. Cut trees as close to ground level as is possible and spray the freshly cut surface before the sap dries.

Compatibility
CADENCE is compatible with 2,4-D ester, 2,4-D amine, Ally, Eclipse, diuron, Flowable Igran® 500 SC Liquid Herbicide, Glean* Cereal Herbicide, Gesaprim, glyphosate, Jaguar* Selective Herbicide, Logran® 750 WG Selective Herbicide, Logran® B-Power Herbicide, MCPA, MCPA LVE, Spray.Seed, Tigrex* Selective Herbicide and Touchdown Hi Tech.

Crop Safety
Yield reduction has occurred in some small cereal varieties sprayed with twice label rates at early timings. OBSERVE LABEL RATES AND TIMINGS AND AVOID EXCESSIVE SPRAY OVERLAP AT EARLY APPLICATION TIMINGS.
A temporary wilting may be evident in some crops after application.
If seasonal conditions are unusually late or dry, seek further advice as crop damage may result from spraying under these conditions.
Growers should seek advice before spraying recently released cereal varieties.
If another herbicide is used as a tank mix, observe the varietal tolerance restrictions on that label.

Cleaning Spray Equipment
Rinse water should be discharged onto a designated disposal area or, if unavailable, onto unused wasteland away from desirable plants and waterways.
- Hose down thoroughly the inside as well as outside surfaces of equipment, while filling the spray tank half full of water. Flush by operating the sprayer until the system is purged of the rinse water.
- Fill tank with water while adding 2 L ammonia for every 100 L water. Operate the pump to circulate the ammonia solution through the sprayer system for 15 to 20 minutes and discharge a small amount of the ammonia solution through the boom and nozzles. Let the solution stand for several hours.
- Flush the solution out of spray tank through the boom.
- Remove the nozzles and screens and flush the system with 2 tankfuls of water.
If CADENCE WG Herbicide is used as a tank mix with water dispersible formulations such as wettable powders or emulsifiable concentrates, a water/detergent/chlorine rinse should be used for cleaning (consult specific product labels).

Resistant Weeds Warning
CADENCE WG Herbicide is a member of the Benzoic acid group of herbicides. CADENCE has the disruptor of plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management, CADENCE is a Group I Herbicide.
Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to CADENCE and other Group I 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 CADENCE or other Group I Herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Syngenta Australia Pty Ltd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of CADENCE to control resistant weeds.
Where tank mixing with another herbicide, consider the mode of action of that herbicide and the resistance risks associated with using that herbicide.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Pasture0 - 00.2 - 2.867
Potatoes0 - 00.36 - 0.867
Rice0 - 00.285 - 0.47
Sorghum0 - 00.2 - 0.237
Spring barley13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Spring oats13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Spring triticale13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Spring wheat13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Sugarcane0 - 00.37 - 0.567
Winter barley13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Winter oats13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Winter rye15 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Winter triticale13 - 300.115 - 0.2857
Winter wheat13 - 300.115 - 0.2857

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