For the control of certain grass weeds in beetroot, cabbage, canola, celery, chickpeas, cotton, faba beans, fi eld peas, forestry, lentils, lettuce, lupins, mung beans, non-bearing fruit trees, onions, ornamentals, peanuts, potatoes and soybeans.
To ensure even mixing, half-fill the spray tank with clean water and add the required amount of product. Add spray additive and agitate thoroughly, then add the remainder of the water. Agitate again before spraying commences.
Havoc Herbicide should be applied with calibrated spray equipment producing MEDIUM spray droplets according to the ASAE S572 definition for the standard nozzles. Apply in a minimum of 50L of water per hectare. Use 150L/ha when spraying dense populations.
Havoc Herbicide can be applied through aircraft fitted with boom or Micronair equipment. A spray volume of 20-30L/ha is recommended and equipment should be adjusted to produce MEDIUM spray droplets according to the ASAE S572 definition for the standard nozzles. Best results will be obtained when aerial applications are made in a light crosswind. Applications should not be made during temperature inversions or in conditions of very low relative humidity. Care should be taken to avoid drift damage to adjoining grass crops.
Havoc Herbicide is compatible with the following grass herbicides: Targa*, Fusilade*, Exert, Verdict*, Sertin* and Correct*. (Refer to the Bayer Correct label for detail on adjuvant recommendations for that product). NOTE: In all situations where Havoc Herbicide is mixed with another grass herbicide, Havoc Herbicide should be used at the full label rate specified for the target weed species. Havoc Herbicide may also be applied in tank mixtures with one of the following products: Dominex Duo and Le-Mat*. Havoc Herbicide should not be applied in a tank mix with Brodal*, Basagran* or Blazer*. Apply as separate applications. Havoc is compatible with the following adjuvants: Supercharge®, Hasten*, Kwickin*, D-C-Trate and uptake. For information on compatibility of products not listed, please refer to Crop Care Australasia Pty Ltd.
|Cropsarrow_upward||arrow_upwardBBCH||arrow_upwardRegistred norm||arrow_upwardPreharvest Interval|
|Beans||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Canola||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Celery||0 - 0||150 - 500||63|
|Chickpeas||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Cotton||0 - 0||250 - 375||-|
|Headed cabbage||0 - 0||150 - 500||7|
|Lentils||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Lettuce||0 - 0||150 - 500||28|
|Lupins||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Mung beans||0 - 0||250 - 375||-|
|Onions||0 - 0||150 - 500||14|
|Peanuts, groundnuts||0 - 0||250 - 375||-|
|Peas||0 - 0||150 - 375||-|
|Potatoes||0 - 0||150 - 500||28|
|Red beets, beetroots||0 - 0||150 - 500||7|
|Soybeans||0 - 0||250 - 375||-|
- Rat's tail fescueVulpia myuros ★
- Liverseed grassUrochloa panicoides
- Barnyard grassEchinochloa crus galli
- Annual bluegrassPoa annua
- Volunteer barleyHordeum vulgare
- Awned canary grassPhalaris paradoxa
- Barley grassHordeum leporinum
- Crowsfoot grassEleusine indica
- Lesser canary grassPhalaris minor
- Annual ryegrassLolium rigidum
- Brome grassBromus spp.
- SorghumSorghum bicolor
- Summer grassDigitaria ciliaris
- Johnson grassSorghum halepense
- Wild oatAvena fatua
- Volunteer wheatTriticum aestivum
- Volunteer oatsAvena sativa
- Blown grassAgrostis avenacea
- Feathery Rhodes grassChloris virgata
- Red sprangletop grassLeptochloa filiformis