GROUP C HERBICIDE
For pre- and post-emergent control of various broadleaf weeds and annual grasses in cotton as per the Directions for Use table.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE: For use in cotton.
Method of application: Soil Incorporated Pre-Planting Treatment
Rate per ha: 1.5 to 3.1 kg
At seeding: 945 g to 2 kg per sprayed hectare
State: Qld, NSW only
Critical comments: 1. Pre-irrigate.
2. Spray Cotoran WG as an overall treatment. Apply just prior to incorporation. Use rates toward the higher end of the range for heavier, high organic soils, and rates toward the lower end of the range for lighter, low organic content soils.
3. Incorporation: Lillistone cultivators are ideal for incorporation and should be utilised whenever available. Regardless of machinery used, it is essential that incorporation depth be closely governed and not allowed to exceed the depth of seed placement (approximately 5 cm).
4. At Seeding: Scrape off the top of the hill at planting time. Apply a band immediately after planting, to replace the Cotoran WG which has been scraped off into the furrow using a rate of 945 g to 2 kg per sprayed hectare. Use the lower rate for lighter soils,t he higher rate for heavier soils.
Method of application: Pre-Emergence Post-Sowing Treatment
Rate per ha: 2.4 to 4.0 kg per sprayed hectare
State: Qld, NSW only
Critical comments: Apply Cotoran WG immediately after sowing as an overall or band treatment. Use rates toward the higher end of the range for heavier, high organic soils, and rates toward the lower end of the range for lighter, low organic content soils. If band treatments are used band width should be a minimum 40 cm. Adjustment in application rate is necessary for varying band widths.
WARNING: Severe plant injury may result if heavy rain occurs between sowing and emergence.
Method of application: Post-Emergence
Rate per ha:
Early Spraying: 720 g to 1.5 kg in 220 to 440 L of water per sprayed hectare
Lay-by spraying: 1.5 to 3.0 kg mixed in 220 to 440 L of water per sprayed hectare
State: Qld, NSW only
Critical comments: Cotoran 900 WG may be applied as a post-emergent application to control broadleaf weeds which escaped the pre-emergent application or to control broadleaf weeds in situations where pre-emergent applications have not previously been made. Use rates toward the higher end of the range for heavier, high organic soils, and rates toward the lower end of the range for lighter, low organic content soils.
Early Spraying: Apply Cotoran WG as a directed spray when cotton is 15 cm high. The weeds should be actively growing and not be more than 8 cm high. Add a nonionic surfactant.
Lay-by spraying: Apply Cotoran WG as a directed spray after the last cultivation. The weeds should be actively growing and not more than 8 cm high. Add a non-ionic surfactant.
NOTE: DO NOT make more than one post-emergent application per season.
Weeds controlled: Barley Grass, Barnyard Grass, Bathurst Burr, Bell Vine, Black Pigweed, Bladder Ketmia, Boggabri Weed, Capeweed, Common Sowthistle (Milk Thistle), Common Thornapple, Cowvine, Fat Hen, Liverseed (or Urochloa) Grass, Mossman River Grass, Native Rosella, Nightshade, Noogoora Burr, Paddy Melon, Paterson’s Curse, Pigweed, Prince-of-Wales Feather (or Redshank), Ryegrass, Sesbania Pea (Qld only), Variegated Thistle, Winter Grass, Yellow Vine (Caltrop), Wild Gooseberry.
NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THE LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.
WITHHOLDING PERIOD: DO NOT apply later than 7 weeks before harvest.
The product may be applied in several ways and growers should select the method most useful in their particular weed management program.
This product mixes readily with water, no pre-mixing is required. This product must be mixed with water and applied by suitable spray equipment..
1. Fill vat no more than 25% full with clean water BEFORE adding Cotoran 900 WG. Begin agitating vat contents vigorously and
continue agitation during entire mixing and spraying operations.
2. Pour required amount of Cotoran 900 WG STEADILY into vat. Allow vigorous bypass agitation to completely disperse product. DO NOT dump product into vat all at once.
3. After adding required quantity of Cotoran 900 WG and obtaining COMPLETE DISPERSION, continue to fill vat to desired level for spraying. Thorough agitation (preferably mechanical) of the spray liquid is essential during the addition of the product and during the entire spraying operation. Recirculate if left to stand.
N.B. Spray solution should NOT be left standing in the vat overnight.
The product should be applied to bare soil before weeds emerge. In irrigated areas irrigation should precede or immediately follow spraying. The product should be applied in a minimum of 100-250 litres of water per hectare sprayed.
RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING
FARMOZ COTORAN WG Herbicide is a member of the urea group of herbicides. COTORAN WG has the inhibitors of photosynthesis at photosystem II mode of action. For weed resistance management COTORAN WG is a Group C Herbicide. Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to COTORAN WG and other Group C 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 COTORAN WG or other Group C herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Adama Australia Pty. Ltd. accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of COTORAN WG to control resistant weeds.
DO NOT enter treated areas without protective clothing until the spray has dried.
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- Sesbania peaSesbania cannabina ★★★
- Fat henChenopodium album ★★★
- Barnyard grassEchinochloa crus galli ★★★
- Annual bluegrassPoa annua ★★★
- Smooth sowthistleSonchus oleraceus ★★★
- Giant pigweedTriantherma portulacastrum ★★★
- BellvineIpomoea plebeia ★★★
- CapeweedArctotheca calendula ★★★
- Barley grassHordeum leporinum ★★★
- Jimson weedDatura stramonium ★★★
- Bladder ketmiaHibiscus trionum ★★★
- CaltropTribulus terrestris ★★★
- Spotted ladysthumbPolygonum persicaria ★★★
- Wild gooseberryRibes hirtellum ★★★
- Liverseed grassUrochloa panicoides ★★★
- Patterson’s curseEchium plantagineum ★★★
- Variegated thistleSilybum marianum ★★★
- Noogoora burrXanthium occidentale ★★★
- Bathurst burrsXanthium spinosum ★★★
- Boggabri weedAmaranthus mitchellii ★★★
- Mossman river grassCenchrus echinatus ★★★
- Prickly paddy melonCucumis myriocarpus ★★★
- CowvineIpomea lonchophylla ★★★
- Native rosellaAbelmoschus ficulneus ★★★
- PigweedAmaranthaceae ★★★