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ADAMA - Herbicide
54811

GROUP I HERBICIDE

For the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereals, pastures, turf and non-crop areas as specified in the Directions for Use table.

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 crop growth stages recommended as crop damage may result.
DO NOT apply to crops or grass pastures undersown with clover, lucerne or medics.
DO NOT apply to legume pastures.
DO NOT apply to plants suffering from stress.

BARLEY, COMMERCIAL RYE, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT
(From early tillering stage)
(Zadoks 21)
Weeds: Capeweed, Charlock, Common Ice-Plant, seedling Docks, Doublegee (Threecornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Hexham Scent (Melilotus), Mustards, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel seedlings, Tares, Tree Hogweed, Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum), Vetches, Ward’s Weed, Wild Radish, Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Wireweed (Hogweed)
State: All States

Weeds: Seedling Cotton Thistle, Fat-Hen
State: Tas only

Rate: 1 L/ha
Critical comments: Spray when most weeds are in the 2 to 4 leaf stage. In some instances suppression only of Wireweed (Hogweed), Capeweed and Wild Radish will occur.

BARLEY, COMMERCIAL RYE, OATS, TRITICALE, WHEAT
(From early tillering stage (Zadoks 21) until the fully tillered stage and before jointing occurs (Zadoks 30))
Weeds: Cotton Thistle to bud formation
State: Tas only
Rate: 1.7 L/ha

Weeds: Mintweed, New Zealand Spinach
State: Qld, NSW, ACT only
Rate: 1.7 L/ha

Weeds: Capeweed, Charlock, Chickweed, Climbing Buckwheat (Black Bindweed), Clover, Common Ice-Plant, seedling Docks, Doublegee (Threecornered Jack, Spiny Emex), Fat-Hen, Hexham Scent (Melilotus), seedling Hoary Cress, Mouse-eared Chickweed, Mustards, Narrow-leaved Plantain, Saffron Thistle, Spurry, Swinecress, Tares, Tree Hogweed, Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum), Variegated Thistle, Vetch, Wild Radish, Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Wireweed (Hogweed)
State: Qld, NSW, ACT, Tas, WA, Vic only
Rate: 1.7 L/ha

State: SA only
Rate: 1.4 L/ha

Critical comments: Spray when most weeds are still in the rosette or seedling stage.
N.B. Wild Radish may need to be resprayed (with 2,4-D or MCPA) if future germinations occur after spraying. In some instances, suppression only of Wireweed (Hogweed), Hoary Cress and Climbing Buckwheat will be obtained.

BARLEY, COMMERCIAL RYE, TRITICALE
(From early tillering stage (Zadoks 21) until the fully tillered stage before jointing occurs (Zadoks 30))
Weeds: Volunteer Peas
State: SA only
Rate: 1 L/ha plus 60 mL/ha Cutlass® 500

OATS, WHEAT
(From early tillering stage (Zadoks 21) until the fully tillered stage and before jointing occurs (Zadoks 30))
Weeds: Volunteer Peas
State: SA only
Rate: 1 L/ha plus 120 mL/ha Cutlass® 500

Critical comments: Apply when most peas are 5-7 cm high.

GRASS PASTURES
Weeds: Bathurst Burr, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Chicory, Crofton Weed, Cudweed, Dandelion, Deadnettle, Fleabanes, Fumitory, Groundsel, Heliotrope, Inkweed, Mintweed, Nettles, Noogoora Burr, Pennycress, Potato weed, Ragwort, Ripplewort, Shepherd’s Purse, Smartweed, Soft Rush, Stinkwort, Thistles including Cockspur, Scotch (Spear), Slender, Star, Variegated, Wireweed (Hogweed)
State: All States

Weeds: Cotton Thistle
State: Tas only

Rate:
Per Hectare: 2.8-4 L
Per 100 Litres: 190 mL -270 mL
Per 15 L Knapsack: 60 mL
Critical comments: Use the higher rate in larger weeds.

Weeds: Buttercups, Hoary Cress seedlings, Horehound, Khaki Weed, Purple-Top, Veined Verbena
State: All States
Rate:
Per Hectare: 4-7 L
Per 100 Litres: 470 mL
Per 15 L Knapsack: 100 mL
Critical comments: When necessary a second treatment may be made after 4 weeks.

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

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:
DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.
HARVEST WITHHOLDING PERIOD NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING
CUTLASS® M Herbicide contains members of the Benzoic acid and Phenoxy groups of herbicides. CUTLASS M has the Disruptors of plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management CUTLASS M is a Group I Herbicide.
Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to CUTLASS M 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 CUTLASS M or any other Group I 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 CUTLASS M to control resistant weeds.

MIXING
Add the required amount of CUTLASS M directly to the tank and mix well.

APPLICATION
For Boom Application: Apply by a properly calibrated boom spray using not less than 50 litres of water per hectare unless indicated otherwise in the Critical Comments column.
For Aerial Application: Apply at least 25 litres total spray volume per hectare. The aircraft should fly as low as practical under the prevailing conditions to minimise drift.
For High Volume Application: Apply a minimum 1500 litres per hectare.
For Knapsack Application: A 15 litre knapsack treats 150 square metres.
NOTE: Spray when weeds are young and actively growing. A temporary wilting may be evident in crops after application. If seasonal conditions are unusually late or dry seek further advice as damage may result from spraying under these conditions. Growers should seek advice before spraying recently released cereal varieties. There is a nil tolerance of pea seed contaminates in cereal grain and less than 100% control of Volunteer Peas could result in dockage.

COMPATIBILITY
CUTLASS M is compatible with Flowable Igran†.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Pasture0 - 02.8 - 4-
Spring barley0 - 01 - 1.7-
Spring oats0 - 01 - 1.7-
Spring triticale0 - 01 - 1.7-
Spring wheat0 - 01 - 1.7-
Winter barley0 - 01 - 1.7-
Winter oats0 - 01 - 1.7-
Winter rye0 - 01 - 1.7-
Winter triticale0 - 01 - 1.7-
Winter wheat0 - 01 - 1.7-

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