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ADAMA - Herbicide
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GROUP B HERBICIDE

For the control of certain broadleaf weeds in winter cereal crops and broadleaf weeds and brush species in pastures, rights of way, commercial and industrial areas as specified in the Directions for Use table.

INTRODUCTION
LYNX® WG Herbicide is a selective systemic herbicide absorbed through the leaves and roots of weeds. Good leaf coverage is
essential. If washed into the soil within four (4) weeks of application, some root uptake can also occur. Root uptake is greatest in alkaline soils. LYNX WG does not provide commercially acceptable soil residual weed control. Once absorbed LYNX WG is rapidly translocated throughout the weed inhibiting enzyme acetolactate synthase (ALS). Weeds will stop growing and competing with the crop within 24 hours of spraying. First visible symptom is often wilting of new leaves. Growing points (new leaves) will then discolour and dieback in one to four weeks.
Where weeds are not actively growing due to adverse conditions (e.g. severe weather conditions, drought, waterlogging) results may be slow to appear and weeds may be only stunted or suppressed. The duration of weed control is dependant on various environmental conditions e.g. soil pH, temperature, soil moisture and organic matter. Weed control is generally longest in dry, cold, alkaline soils low in organic matter and shortest in wet, warm, acid soils high in organic matter. Generally the duration of weed control decreases with increasing acidity, temperature moisture and organic matter. Please read this booklet thoroughly before using this product. Note: LYNX WG Herbicide is conveniently packed in a water soluble bag. The water soluble bags dissolve readily in water.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING
LYNX® WG Herbicide is a member of the Sulfonylurea group of herbicides. LYNX WG has the inhibitor of the enzyme acetolactate synthase (ALS) mode of action. For weed resistance management LYNX WG is a Group B herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to LYNX WG and other Group B herbicides are known to 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 LYNX WG or other Group B 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 LYNX WG to control resistant weeds. However resistance should not be assumed without first viewing the method of application, the coverage and the timing of application. If the user suspects that an ALS inhibitor-resistant weed is present, LYNX WG or other Group B herbicides should not be used. Strategies to minimise the risk of herbicide resistance are available. Consult your farm chemical supplier, consultant, local Department of Agriculture or Adama representative.

WINTER CEREAL CROP SITUATION
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
(i) LYNX WG only – Post crop and weed emergence by ground and aerial application.
(ii) LYNX WG Mixtures – Post crop and weed emergence by ground and aerial application.
(iii) LYNX WG plus Wipe-Out® (Glyphosate) – Fallow/pre-plant knockdown weed control.
RESTRAINTS (ALSO REFER CROP SAFETY SECTION BELOW)
DO NOT store a suspension of LYNX WG for more than 2 days otherwise significant breakdown will occur.
DO NOT apply to crops under stress.
DO NOT store tank mixes of LYNX WG.
DO NOT apply if rainfall is expected within 2 hours.
DO NOT use on furrow or flood irrigated crops.
DO NOT apply before the three leaf stage of the crop when used for post emergent weed control.
DO NOT use Group B Herbicide (ALS Inhibitor) if it has been used during the current season.
DO NOT apply to paddocks where there is a high risk of weeds resistant to Group B Herbicides.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: African Turnip Weed (Sisymbrium thellungii)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before the 6 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Amsinckia/Yellow Burweed (Amsinckia spp.)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before the 6 leaf stage.
State: SA, Vic, NSW, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use the higher rate for larger weeds or heavy weed pressure.

Weeds controlled: Ball Mustard (Neslia paniculata)
State: SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Boggabri Weed/Dwarf Amaranth (Amaranthus macrocarpus)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply at cotyledon to 10 cm height or diameter.

Weeds controlled: Colomba Daisy (Pentzia suffruticosa)
State: SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Cape Tulip (Homeria spp.)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Charlock (Sinapsis arvensis)
State: Vic, NSW, SA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Chickpeas (Volunteer) (Cicer arietinum)
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Chickweed (Stellaria media)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Chicory (Cichorium intybus)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Clover (Subterranean) (Trifolium subterraneum)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Common Sowthistle (Sonchus oleraceus)
State: Qld, NSW, Tas, Vic only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply up to the 4 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Cutleaf Mignonette (Reseda lutea)
State: SA Tas only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Spray actively growing large plants, up to the early flowering stage. Plants emerging after spraying may not be controlled.

Weeds controlled: Deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Denseflower Fumitory (Fumaria densiflora)
State: SA, NSW only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Dock (Broadleaf) (Rumex obtusifolius)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Dock (Broadleaf) (Rumex obtusifolius)
State: Qld, NSW, SA, Vic, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use the higher rate under heavy weed pressure.

Weeds controlled: Faba Beans (Vicia faba)
State: Vic, SA only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply after the 3 node stage.

Weeds controlled: Field Peas (Pisum sativum)
State: Vic, SA, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply after the 3 node stage.

Weeds controlled: Hare’s Ear/Treacle Mustard (Conringia orientalis)
State: Vic only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before the 5 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Hogweed/Wireweed (Polygonum aviculare)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before the 4 leaf stage.
State: Vic, SA, NSW, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Apply before the 4 leaf stage. Use the higher rate when weed populations are dense and majority of weeds are 4 leaf.
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are cotyledon – 3 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Indian Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium orientale)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Heavy populations and/or those suffering cold or moisture stress may not be completely controlled – a tankmix with LVE MCPA is recommended.

Weeds controlled: Lincoln Weed (Diplotaxis tenuifolia)
State: SA only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants from late Winter to Spring. Plants emerging after spraying may not be controlled.

Weeds controlled: Lupins (Lupinus albus)
State: WA, SA, Vic, NSW only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Mallee Catchfly (Silene apetala)
State: SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Medic (Medicago spp.)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply before the 4 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Parthenium Weed (Pathenium hysterophorus)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Apply the lower rate before the 4 leaf stage and the higher rate at 4 leaf to rosette stage.

Weeds controlled: Paterson‘s Curse/Salvation Jane (Echium plantagineum)
State: WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
State: SA, NSW only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use higher rate under heavy weed pressure.

Weeds controlled: Prickly Lettuce (Latuca serriola)
State: Qld, SA, Vic, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use the higher rate for larger weeds or heavy weed pressure.
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Red Pigweed (Portulaca oleracea)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before the 6 leaf stage.
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply rate when weed populations are dense and majority of weeds are 6 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Rough Poppy (Papaver hybridium)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Saltbush (Atriplex muelleri)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use the low rate up to the 4 leaf stage and the higher rate at the 4-6 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Shepherd’s Purse (Capsella bursa-pastrosis)
State: NSW,Vic, Tas, SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Skeleton Weed (Suppression only) (Chondrilla juncea)
State: NSW, Vic, SA only
Rate g/ha: 7
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Slender Celery (Apium leptophyullum)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Smallflower Fumitory (Fumaria parviflora)
State: SA only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Some regeneration from underground rootstocks and new germinations may occur late in the season.

Weeds controlled: Soursob (Oxalis pes-caprae)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply after majority of Soursobs have emerged and are actively growing.

Weeds controlled: Spiny Emex/ Doublegee/Threecornered Jack(s) (Emex australis)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5
State: SA, Vic, NSW, Tas, Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Use higher rate under heavy weed pressure.

Weeds controlled: Stagger Weed (Stachys arvensis)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Storksbill/Wild Geranium (Erodium spp.)
State: Vic, SA, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

Weeds controlled: Volunteer Sunflower (Helianthus annus)
State: Qld only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 7
Critical comments: Apply at the low rate at cotyledon to 4 leaf stage and the higher rate at the 4-8 leaf stage.

State: NSW only
Rate g/ha: 7
Critical comments: Apply at cotyledon to 8 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Wild/Crow Garlic (Allium vineale)
State: Vic, Tas only
Rate g/ha:  7
Critical comments: Apply at the 1-2 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii)
State: All States
Rate g/ha: 5

LYNX WG MIXTURES
For the control of the weeds other than those previously listed, the following mixtures with their appropriate timings are recommended. For mixing instructions refer to “Spray Preparation” section.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula) and Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
State: NSW, Vic only
Rate ha: 5 g + 500 mL Diuron (500 g/L) + 500 mL MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 3 to 5 leaf (Zadoks 13-15) NSW only. 5 leaf (Zadoks 15) Vic only.
State: SA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 500 mL Diuron (500 g/L) + 350 mL MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 3 to 5 leaf (Zadoks 13-15).
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 350 mL Diuron (500 g/L) + 400 mL MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 3 to 4 leaf (Zadoks 13-14).

Critical comments: DIURON TANK MIXES: Read and follow all label directions including restraints, spray drift restraints, mandatory no spray zones, critical comments, withholding periods, regional use restrictions and safety directions for tank mix products.
Apply when weeds are 2-5 leaf.
NSW, Vic, SA only: DO NOT apply to Kamilaroi, Shortim or Olympic Wheat.

WHEAT, BARLEY
Weeds controlled: Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula) and Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 550 mL Terbutryn + 600 mL MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 3 leaf to early tillering (Zadoks 13-21).

Weeds controlled: Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula)
State: SA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 550 mL Terbutryn
Crop stage at application: 3 leaf to early tillering (Zadoks 13-21).
State: NSW only
Rate ha: 5 g + 850 mL Terbutryn
Crop stage at application: 3 leaf to early tillering (Zadoks 13-21).

Critical comments: Apply when weeds are 2-6 leaf.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula)
State: NSW, Vic, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1 L Agtryne†
Crop stage at application: 3 to 5 leaf stage (Zadoks 13-15).
Critical comments: Spray actively growing weeds at the 2-6 leaf stage.
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 750 mL Bronco® MA
Crop stage at application: 3 leaf to full tillering (SA, WA only).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are up to 6 leaf stage.
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, SA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.4 L Bronco MA
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to full tillering (Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas only).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are up to 6 leaf stage.
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.4 L Bronco MA
Crop stage at application: 3 leaf to full tillering (SA, WA only).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are up to 6-8 leaf stage.
State: Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas, SA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 2.1 L Bronco MA
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to full tillering (Qld, NSW, Vic, Tas only).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are up to 6-8 leaf stage.

Weeds controlled: Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
State: Qld only
Rate ha: 5 g + 700 mL to 1 L MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Early tillering to before boot (Zadoks 21-39).
Critical comments: Apply the lower rate to seedling weeds (3-6 leaf) and the higher rate on well developed weeds up to rosette.
State: NSW only
Rate ha: 5 g + 700 mL to 1 L MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Apply 700 mL rate after crop has reached 5 leaf stage. Use higher rates after the first node can be felt at the base of the tiller and before swelling of the head can be felt in the tiller.
Critical comments: Apply the lower rate to seedling weeds (3-6 leaf) and the higher rate on well developed weeds up to rosette.
State: SA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.4 L MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Early tillering to before boot (Zadoks 21-39).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are seedling to rosette.
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.2 L MCPA Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to tillering (Zadoks 15-30).
Critical comments: Apply when weeds are seedling to rosette.

WHEAT, BARLEY
Weeds controlled: Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
State: WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 250 mL Legacy® MA
Crop stage at application: Wheat: 3 leaf to late tillering (Zadoks 13-30). Barley: 5 leaf to late tillering (Zadoks 15-30).
Critical comments: Apply up to the 4 leaf stage and not more than 10 cm in diameter.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.1 to 1.6 L LVE MCPA
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to commencement of flag leaf (Zadoks 15-37).
Critical comments: Apply up to 2-3 leaf stage only.

Weeds controlled: Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.1 to 1.6 L LVE MCPA
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf through to commencement of flag leaf (Zadoks 15-37).
Critical comments: Spray young rosettes before leaves become spiny.

WHEAT, BARLEY AND TRITICALE
Weeds controlled: Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 300 mL Victory®
Crop stage at application: 4 to 5 leaf stage (Zadocks 14-15).
Critical comments: Spray when weeds are young and actively growing. DO NOT apply Victory® to a cereal crop if field peas are to be sown the following season unless the cereal stubble is burnt.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: Variegated Thistle (Silyburn marianum)
State: Tas only*
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.5 L 2,4 - D Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to early tillering (Zadoks 15-21).
Critical comments: Apply to weeds at seedling to rosette stage.
State: NSW only
Rate ha: 5 g + 700 mL to 1.7 L 2,4-D Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Apply after the first node can be felt at the base of the tiller and before swelling of the head can be felt in the tiller.
Critical comments: Apply to weeds at seedling to rosette stage. Use the lower rate on seedling weeds and the higher rate on well developed weeds.
State: Qld only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.1 L 2,4-D Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Mid tillering to before boot (Zadoks 23-29).
Critical comments: Apply to weeds at the seedling to rosette stage.
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 840 mL to 1.1 L LVE MCPA
Crop stage at application: Apply from 5 leaf through to commencement of flag leaf (Zadoks 15-37).
Critical comments: Spray at pre-cabbage stage.

WHEAT
Weeds controlled: Slender Thistle (Carduus tenuiflorus) and (Carduus pycnocephalus)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate ha: 5 g + 2.1 L LVE MCPA
Crop stage at application: Apply from 5 leaf through to commencement of flag leaf (Zadoks 15-37).
Critical comments: Moderately susceptible. Spray young rosettes.

WHEAT, BARLEY, TRITICALE AND CEREAL RYE
Weeds controlled: Slender Thistle (Carduus tenuiflorus) and (Carduus pycnocephalus)
State: NSW only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1 L to 1.7 L 2,4-D Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: Apply after the first node can be felt at the base of the tiller and before swelling of the head can be felt in the tiller.
Critical comments: Apply to weeds at seedling to rosette stage. Use the lower rate on seedling weeds and the higher rate on well developed weeds.
State: Tas* only
Rate ha: 5 g + 1.7 L 2,4-D Amine (500 g/L)
Crop stage at application: 5 leaf to early tillering (Zadoks 15-21).
Critical comments: Apply to weeds at seedling to young rosette stage.

WHEAT, BARLEY AND TRITICALE
Weeds controlled: Climbing Buckwheat/ Black Bindweed (Fallopia convolvulus)
State: Qld, NSW only
Rate ha: 5 or 7 g + 1 L Enforcer® 242
Crop stage at application: Apply from early tillering (when the main shoot has 4 to 5 leaves plus 2 or more new tillers have formed) to start of jointing (first node).
Critical comments: For best control apply at early tillering as this weed becomes increasingly difficult to control as it becomes larger.

* In Tasmania, 2,4-D can only be applied from 15 April to 15 September to minimise damage to grape vines through spray or vapour drift.

LYNX WG & WIPE-OUT 450 (GLYPHOSATE)
FALLOW/PREPLANT KNOCKDOWN WEED CONTROL

WHEAT
Weeds controlled: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use
State: All States except WA
Rate ha: Lynx WG 5 g or 7 g + Wipe-Out 450 at label rates
Crop stage at application: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use
State: WA only
Rate ha: Lynx WG 5 g + Wipe-Out 450 at label rates
Crop stage at application: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use

Critical comments: DO NOT apply less than 10 days prior to sowing as crop injury may occur, particularly under dry, cold conditions. Apply when weeds are actively growing.
Refer to General Instructions and Critical Comments of the respective labels. Use the appropriate rate of each product for the target weed spectrum.

WHEAT, CEREAL RYE AND TRITICALE
Weeds controlled: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use
State: All States except WA
Rate ha: Lynx WG 5 g or 7 g + Wipe-Out at label rates
Crop stage at application: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use
State: WA only
Rate ha: Lynx WG 5 g + Wipe-Out 450 at label rates
Crop stage at application: Refer to Post Crop and Weed Emergence section of this label (Table 1), and the Wipe-Out Directions for Use

Critical comments: DO NOT apply less than 6 weeks prior to sowing as crop injury may occur, particularly under dry, cold conditions. Apply when weeds are actively growing. Refer to General Instructions and Critical Comments of the respective labels. Use the appropriate rate of each product for the target weed spectrum.

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

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:
LYNX WG ONLY: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.
LYNX WG MIXTURES – TANK MIXES WITH AGTRYNE , MCPA, 2, 4-D, LEGACY® MA, ENFORCER® 242, OR TERBUTRYN: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 7 DAYS AFTER TANK APPLICATION.
TANK MIXES WITH BRONCO MA: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.
TANK MIXES WITH DIURON: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 3 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Apply early post crop emergence (3 leaf to before booting) when weeds are small (i.e. no greater than 5 cm in height or diameter) and actively growing. Best weed control is obtained when rainfall wets the soil to a depth of 5 to 7.5 cm within 4 weeks of application.
Where treatment is delayed or where weeds are not actively growing due to adverse conditions, results may be slow to appear
and weeds may be only stunted or suppressed. After application for post-emergent weed control, LYNX WG will remain in the soil for a period of time. The persistence of LYNX WG in the soil is dependent on various environmental conditions, e.g. soil pH,
temperature, soil moisture and organic matter. Wet, warm, acid soils high in organic matter favour breakdown of LYNX WG in the soil. It should be noted that LYNX WG does NOT provide soil residual control. Crops other than wheat, barley, triticale and cereal rye may be extremely sensitive to low concentrations of LYNX WG residues in the sprayer or in the soil. See “Sprayer Clean-up” and “Crop Rotation Recommendations.”

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS
DO NOT use in winter cereal crops undersown with legume pasture species, e.g. medics, clovers. DO NOT apply to wheat varieties King, Jacup, Miling and Harrier.
Care should be taken if it is intended to apply LYNX WG in the same season to a crop already treated with another Sulfonylurea herbicide, e.g. Tackle®, as crop damage may occur.
Consult your local agronomist or Adama representative.
Use of this product on land having a soil pH of 5.5 or less may result in some crop retardation, particularly if the crop is stressed - see comment in point below.
DO NOT apply to crops that are stressed by any cause (such as severe weather conditions, drought, waterlogging, excessive soil acidity or alkalinity, poor nutrient status, disease, nematode or insect damage) as crop injury may result. When treatment is followed by severe stress (such as drought, prolonged cold, waterlogging or frosty conditions) crop yellowing and growth retardation may occur. Crops normally recover without loss in yield. Disease, nematode or insect damage following application may also result in crop injury.
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.

MIXING
SPRAY MIX: LYNX WG is a water dispersible granule to be mixed with clean water and applied as a spray. For mixing adhere to the following recommendations:
One third fill the spray tank with water and add the required amount of product to the spray tank with the agitator running system engaged. Top up to the correct volume with water.
Agitate continuously to ensure thorough mixing before and during application. Only mix sufficient chemical for each day’s work. Tank mixtures: LYNX WG should be added to the partially full spray tank first, followed by dry flowables, suspension concentrates (flowables), aqueous concentrates and then emulsifiable concentrate formulations. This product must be kept in suspension at all times by continuous agitation. Where prepared spray solutions have been allowed to stand, thoroughly reagitate before using.

GROUND SPRAYING
Use a boom spray properly calibrated to a constant speed and rate of delivery to ensure thorough coverage and a uniform spray pattern. Avoid overlapping and shut off spray booms while starting, turning, slowing or stopping as injury to the crop may result. Apply a minimum of 50L prepared spray/ha.

AERIAL SPRAYING
Apply in a minimum of 20 L/ha water. Application in a higher water volume of 30 L/ha will improve the reliability of weed control efficacy. Avoid spraying in still conditions and in winds likely to cause drift onto adjacent sensitive crops or fallow areas likely to be planted to these crops – see Crop Rotation recommendations. Turn off spray boom whilst passing over creeks and dams.
DO NOT apply by air when tank mixed with Diuron.
Do not apply when a temperature air inversion is likely to occur.
Use of Micronair equipment is not recommended due to greater drift potential.

USE OF SURFACTANT/WETTING AGENT
Always add a non-ionic surfactant/wetting agent at a rate of 0.1% (active constituent) of final spray volume e.g. Wetspray® 1000 100 mL/100 L. The use of spraying oils is NOT recommended.
NOTE: DO NOT add a surfactant/wetting agent when LYNX WG is tank mixed with Terbutryn or Diuron.

COMPATIBILITY (Physical)
LYNX WG is physically compatible with most commonly used broadleaf herbicides including Agtrynex, Bronco® MA, LVE MCPA, MCPA Amine, MCPA Ester, 2,4-D Amine, Terbutryne, Legacy® MA, Enforcer® 242, Enforcer 75-D®, Metribuzin, Victory®, Dicamba, Flagship®, Diuron, Colt® and Wipe Out 450® (glyphosate). LYNX WG is also compatible with most commonly used insecticides, Strike Out® (chlorpyrifos) and LeMat+ (omethoate). Temporary crop yellowing may occur when LYNX WG is applied as a tank mix with these insecticides.
As formulations of other manufacturers’ products are beyond the control of Adama Australia Pty. Ltd. all mixtures should be tested prior to mixing commerial quantities.
Biological compatibility varies between compatible mixtures and weed species. When using mixtures of LYNX WG plus one of the following herbicides: Puma+, Diclofop-methyl, Tristar+, Grasp+ or Mataven L+ , some reduction in grass weed control can be expected to occur (All States). In heavily weed infested areas control may be inadequate (Victoria and Tasmania only). Significant reduction in grass weed control should be expected (WA and SA only) and/ or crop damage may occur (WA only). Mixtures of LYNX WG and Diclofop methyl/Tristar+ are not recommended (WA only). For further information on physical and biological compatibility consult your local agronomist and/or Adama representative.

CROP ROTATION RECOMMENDATIONS
Minimum recropping intervals for crops are listed below. DO NOT rotate crops other than those mentioned below to land previously treated with LYNX WG, or other metsulfuron-methyl formulations Crop tolerance (to maturity) should be determined on a small scale before sowing into larger areas. Also refer Crop Safety.

Soil pH*: 5.6 – 8.5
Minimum recropping interval:
10 days: Wheat
6 weeks: Barley, Cereal Rye, Triticale
9 months: Chickpeas, Faba Beans, Linseed, Lucerne, Lupins, Medics**, Oats, Peas, Rapeseed, Safflower, Subterranean Clover**
14 months: Japanese Millet, Maize, Panorama Millet White, French Millet, Sorghum, Soybeans, Sunflower

Soil pH*: 8.6 and above
Minimum recropping interval: Tolerance of crops (grown through to maturity) should be determined on a small scale, in the previous season, before sowing into larger areas.

*Soil pH is to be determined by laboratory analysis using the 1:5, Soil : water suspension method. **Involves natural regeneration of subterranean clover and medics.

Established Pastures or Pasture Renovation.
Restraints
DO NOT treat newly sown pastures as severe damage may occur.
DO NOT use on pasture seed crops.
DO NOT apply to weeds that are under stress or not actively growing.
DO NOT apply if rainfall is expected within 2 hours.
DO NOT store tank mixtures of LYNX WG.
DO NOT store a suspension of LYNX WG for more than 2 days otherwise significant breakdown will occur.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

NOTE: Always add a non-ionic surfactant (1000 g AC/L) eg. Wetspray 1000 at 200 mL/ 100 L water (0.2% volume/volume.)

ESTABLISHES PASTURES
Tolerant Grass Species Perennial phalaris and Perennial cocksfoot (Stands greater than one year old)
PASTURE RENOVATION
Use in rundown pastures to reduce weed burden before sowing with a pasture in the following yearWeeds controlled: Cape Tulip: Both one and two leaf (Homeria spp.)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply at bulb exhaustion usually during July/early August. More than one year of application may be required to obtain control.

Weeds controlled: Annual Clover (Trifolium spp.)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Qld, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: Apply before flowering.

Weeds controlled: Dock spp. (Rumex spp.)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Qld, Tas only
Rate g/ha:
5 – seedlings
10 – established
Critical comments: Best results when applied in spring prior to bolting.

Weeds controlled: Doublegee/Spiny Emex/Three Cornered Jack(s) (Emex australis)
State: WA only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 10
Critical comments: Apply up to the 6 leaf stage. Use the higher rate on dense populations.

Weeds controlled: Erodium/Storksbill/Wild Geranium (Erodium spp.)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 10
Critical comments: Use the higher rate on dense populations. Spray before flowering.

Weeds controlled: Annual Medics (Medicago spp.)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5
Critical comments: For best results apply before flowering.

Weeds controlled: Onion Grass/Guildford Grass (Romulea rosea)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 15
Critical comments: Apply at bulb exhaustion usually late June/July before the onset of browning off caused by the Helminthosporium fungus. When mixing with glyphosate use 10 g/ha.

Weeds controlled: Paterson‘s Curse/Salvation Jane (Echium plantagineum)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Qld, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 10 or 15
Critical comments: Apply lower rate to small plants. Apply higher rate before bolting/flowering.

Weeds controlled: Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 15
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants at the rosette to cabbage stage.

Weeds controlled: Sorrel (Rumex acetosella)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha:
5 – seedlings
10 – established
Critical comments: Best results when applied in Spring prior to seed heads appearing.

Weeds controlled: Soursob (Oxalis pes-capre)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 5 or 10
Critical comments: Use the higher rate on dense stands. Spray before flowering for best results.

Weeds controlled: Wild Garlic (Allium vineale)
State: Vic, SA, NSW, WA, Tas only
Rate g/ha: 13
Critical comments: Apply at bulb exhaustion usually July to early August. More than one year of application may be required to obtain control.

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

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS
LYNX WG used on established Perennial Phalaris and/or established Perennial Cocksfoot may cause temporary yellowing and some stunting. LYNX WG can severely damage Annual and Perennial Ryegrass. LYNX WG does not control/damage Silvergrass (Vulpia spp.), Barley Grass (Hordeum spp.), Brome Grass (Bromus spp.) or Winter Grass (Poa spp.). Allow weeds to recover from grazing before application. Docks and Sorrel in particular require fresh leaf growth for adequate uptake of chemical. Sorrel seedlings may germinate after the break in the following year, particularly after cultivation.
Where treatment is delayed or where weeds are not actively growing due to adverse conditions, results may be slow to appear and weeds may only be stunted or suppressed. Legumes are extremely sensitive to low concentrations of LYNX WG. Ensure that the procedures outlined in the “Sprayer Cleanup” section are followed. The ungerminated clover seed bank is not affected by LYNX WG application. Clover vigour is often increased in the year following application where seed banks are reasonable. The seed set of clover in the year of application of LYNX WG will be significantly reduced particularly from a Winter- Spring application. This effect may impact on the clover seed bank therefore re-sowing may be necessary. Where clover seed banks are high re-sowing is not necessary.
For pasture topping situations a combination of LYNX WG plus WIPE-OUT (glyphosate) can be used, however the Crop Rotation
recommendations should be observed. Refer to the Directions of Use section of each product for the appropriate rate and critical comments for the target weed spectrum.
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.

MIXING
SPRAY MIX: LYNX WG is a water dispersible granule to be mixed with clean water and applied as a spray. For mixing adhere to the following recommendations:
One third fill the spray tank with water and add the required amount of product to the spray tank with the agitator running system engaged. Top up to the correct volume with water.
Agitate continuously to ensure thorough mixing before and during application. Only mix sufficient chemical for each day’s work. Tank mixtures: LYNX WG should be added to the partially full spray tank first, followed by dry flowables, suspension concentrates (flowables), aqueous concentrates and then emulsifiable concentrate formulations. This product must be kept in suspension at all times by continuous agitation. Where prepared spray solutions have been allowed to stand, thoroughly reagitate before using.

COMPATIBILITIES
LYNX WG is compatible with the commonly used pasture herbicides MCPA Amine, MCPA Ester, 2,4-D Amine, Victory® and the non-selective herbicide Wipe-Out (glyphosate). LYNX WG is compatible with the commonly used pasture insecticides chlorpyrifos (eg. Strike Out)® and omethoate (eg. Le-Mat)+.

SURFACTANT/WETTING AGENT
Always add a non-ionic surfactant (1000 g AC/L) eg. Wetspray 1000 at 200 mL/100 L of final spray volume (0.2% volume/volume).

CROP ROTATION RECOMMENDATIONS
The LYNX WG treated area may be replanted to any of the specified pasture species after the interval indicated in the following table:

Soil pH*: 5.5 and below
Pasture Species: Sub Clover (a) and Haifa White Clover
Rate g/ha: 5
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 12 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 10
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 20 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 15
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 20 Weeks

Pasture Species: Cocksfoot spp. and Phalaris spp.
Rate g/ha: 5
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 8 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 10
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 8 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 15
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 16 Weeks

Pasture Species: Perennial Ryegrass spp. and Fescue spp.
Rate g/ha: 5
Minimum Rainfall: 100 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 16 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 10
Minimum Rainfall: 100 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 16 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 15
Minimum Rainfall: 150 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 20 Weeks

Soil pH*: 5.6 – 6.5
Bioassay (b)

Pasture Species: Cocksfoot spp. and Phalaris spp.
Rate g/ha: 5, 10
Minimum Rainfall: 175 mm
Miniumum Recrop Interval: 12 Weeks

Rate g/ha: 15
Bioassay (b)

Soil pH*: 6.6 and above
Bioassay (b)

(a) Varieties: Junee, Karridale, Seaton Park and Trikkala.
(b) Tolerance of pasture species shouild be determined on a small scale, in the previous season, before sowing into larger areas.
*Soil pH is to be determined by laboratory analysis using the 1:5, soil water suspension method.

BRUSH CONTROL IN PASTURES, RIGHTS OF WAY, COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL AREAS
Restraints
DO NOT store a suspension of Lynx WG for more than two (2) days otherwise significant breakdown may occur.
DO NOT store tank mixes of Lynx WG when mixed with other materials.
DO NOT spray if rainfall is expected within four (4) hours.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

PASTURES*Weeds controlled: Alligator Weed (Alternanthera philoxeroides)
State: NSW, WA, Qld only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 80
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply in terrestrial situations only. Followup applications over at least two seasons are essential for complete control.

Weeds controlled: Apple Box (Angophora floribunda), Messmate Stringybark (E. obliqua), Peppermint gum (E. radiata), Red Gum (E. blakelyi), Yellow Box (E. melliodora)
State: NSW, Qld, SA, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10 + Pulse+ Penetrant (200mL/100 L)
Gas Gun g/L: 1 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Apply to plants up to 4 m high. Avoid spraying when plants are stressed. Ensure thorough foliage cover. Results cannot be guaranteed where suckers originate from large lignotubers.

Weeds controlled: Australian Blackthorn (Bursaria spinosa)
State: NSW, Qld, Tas, Vic,WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply when bushes are actively growing. Avoid spraying when bushes are stressed. Handgun – spray to thoroughly wet all foliage, but not to cause run-off.

Weeds controlled: Bathurst Burr (Xanthium spinosum)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 5 or 7.5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants up to early flowering. Use the higher rate when plants are beyond early flowering. Plants under moisture stress will not be controlled.

Weeds controlled: Bellyache Bush (Jatropa gossypifolia)
State: Qld only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10 + Pulse+Penetrant (200mL/100 L)
Gas Gun g/L: -

Weeds controlled: Blackberry (Rubus spp.)
State: All States
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: 1 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Apply when bushes are actively growing: (Tas only: Apply after petal fall). (Vic only: Apply between December and April).
Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage and canes. Ensure peripheral runners are sprayed.

Weeds controlled: Bitou Bush/Boneseed (Chrysanthemoides monilifera)
State: NSW, Qld, WA, Vic, SA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: 1 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage. Minimise contact with desirable species.

Weeds controlled: Bridal Creeper (Myrsiphyllum asparagoides)
State: SA, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply during mid-June to late August.
Follow-up applications over at least 2 seasons will be required for complete control. Water volumes of 500-800 L/ha are recommended to minimise the risk of damage to native vegetation.

Weeds controlled: Common Bracken (Pteridium esculentum)
State: All States
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 60
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray after full frond expansion. Spray to thoroughly wet all foilage, but not to cause run-off. For boom application – adjust boom height to ensure complete spray overlap. Avoid spraying when plants are stressed or in conditions of
prolonged dry weather when soils are dry.

Weeds controlled: Crofton Weed (Eupatorium adenophorum)
State: NSW, Qld, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 15
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray to thoroughly wet foliage but not to cause run-off. Extra care should be taken to get good spray coverage when spraying bushes situated in thickets. Apply to actively growing weeds up to early flowering. Best results are obtained on younger plants. If regrowth occurs, retreat in the subsequent growth period.

Weeds controlled: Darling Pea (Swainsona spp.)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 10
Handgun g/100 L: -
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply during Spring.

Weeds controlled: Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare)
State: NSW only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants.

Weeds controlled: Golden Dodder (Cuscuta australis)
State: SA, NSW, WA, Qld, Vic only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 1
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants.Apply as a spot spray to point of run-off. Ensure correct coverage of infested area. Apply pre-flowering.

Weeds controlled: Gorse (Ulex europaeus)
State: Vic, Tas, SA, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10 + Pulse+Penetrant (200 mL/100 L)
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to bushes up to 2 m tall. Ensure thorough spray penetration and coverage of the whole plant.

Weeds controlled: Great Mullein (Verbascum thapsus)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 20 + Pulse+Penetrate (200 mL/100 L)
Handgun g/100 L: -
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Regrowth may occur if growing conditions are not good. Apply during Spring at times of good soil moisture to rosettes before stem elongation.

Weeds controlled: Harrisia Cactus (Eriocereus spp.)
State: Qld, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 20
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray and thoroughly wet using water volumes of 1,000-1,500 L/ha. A follow-up treatment may be necessary.

Weeds controlled: Hawthorn (Crataegus laevigata)
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply when bushes are actively growing. Avoid spraying when bushes are stressed. Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off.

Weeds controlled: Inkweed (Phytolacca octandra)
State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off.

Weeds controlled: Japanese Sunflower (Tithonia diversifolia)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off.

Weeds controlled: Kangaroo Thorn (Acacia paradoxa)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to bushes up to 2.5 m high when actively growing.

Weeds controlled: Lantana (Lantana camara)
State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: 2 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Apply to bushes up to 2 m tall. Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage and stems. Spray should penetrate throughout the bush. Should regrowth occur, re-treatment will be necessary.

Weeds controlled: Mistflower (Eupatorium riparium)
State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off. Apply to actively growing weeds up to early flowering.

Weeds controlled: Noogoora Burr (Xanthium pungens)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 7.5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants. Plants under moisture stress will not be controlled.

Weeds controlled: Parthenium (Parthenium hysterophorus)
State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 7
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Handgun – Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off.
Boom – (Pastures only). Apply up to rosette stage. Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage adjust boom height to ensure complete overlap.

Weeds controlled: Paterson’s Curse/Salvation Jane (Echium plantagineum)
State: All States
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 15
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Boomspray – Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage. Adjust boom height to ensure correct spray overlap.
Handgun – Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage but not to cause run-off.
WA only – Spray plants at early flowering stage (August- September).

Weeds controlled: Privet (Ligustrum spp.)
State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: 1 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Apply to bushes up to 3 m high. Complete foliar spray coverage is essential for control: partial spray coverage will result in recovery. DO NOT spray when bushes are stressed.

Weeds controlled: Ragwort (Senecio jacobaea)
State: Vic, Tas, NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 15
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants at rosette to cabbage stage.

Weeds controlled: Rubber Vine (Cryptostegio grandiflora)
State: Qld, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 15
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to bushes up to 3 m tall. Apply from October through April when bushes are actively growing. Ensure thorough spray coverage of all foliage and leaders. Incomplete coverage will result in regrowth.

Weeds controlled: Smartweed (Polygonum spp.)
State: NSW, Qld, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: 10
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants.

Weeds controlled: Sweet Briar (Rosa rubiginosa)
State: NSW, Tas, SA, Vic, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: 1 + Pulse+Penetrant (10 mL/5 L)
Critical comments: Apply when bushes are actively growing. Avoid spraying when bushes are stressed, when leaf fall has commenced or after the end of February.
Handgun – Spray to thoroughly wet all foliage, but not to cause run-off.
Vic only: Gas Gun – Apply to bushes less than 2 m high as application to bushes in excess of 2 m may produce variable results. Apply with shots of 25 mL of dilute product.

Weeds controlled: Tree of Heaven (Ailanthus altissima)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: -
Gas Gun g/L: As Above

Weeds controlled: Wait-a-While (Caesalpinia decapetala)
State: Qld, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 10
Gas Gun g/L: -

Weeds controlled: Wild Turnip (Brassica tounefortii)
State: NSW, WA only
Rate:
Boom g/ha: -
Handgun g/100 L: 5
Gas Gun g/L: -
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing plants.

* Will damage legumes in pastures.

AERIAL APPLICATION BY HELICOPTER

PASTURES*
Weeds controlled: Blackberry (Rubus spp.)
State: NSW, Tas, Vic, WA only
Rate g/ha: 160
Critical comments: Apply when bushes are actively growing.
(Tas only: Apply after petal fall)
(Vic only: Apply between December and April)
Use not less than 100 L prepared spray/ha.

* Will damage legumes in pastures.

LYNX WG & WIPE-OUT 360 (GLYPHOSATE)

PASTURES*Weeds controlled: Blackberry (Rubus spp.)
Rate - aerial or broom: 8.0 L Wipe-Out 360 plus 60 g LYNX WG per ha.
Rate - handgun or knapsack: 400 mL Wipe-Out 360 plus 3 g LYNX WG per 100 L water
Critical comments: For Blackberries, apply from flowering until prior to leaf yellowing. Due to widespread picking of Blackberries by the public, it is not recommended that the product be applied to bushes bearing mature fruit. Use Pulse Penetrant at the rate of 100 mL per 100 L water.

Weeds controlled: Bracken (Pteridium esculentum)
Rate - aerial or broom: 4.0 L Wipe-Out 360 plus 30 g LYNX WG per ha.
Rate - handgun or knapsack: 400 mL Wipe-Out 360 plus 3 g LYNX WG per 100 L water
Critical comments: For Bracken, apply when fronds are fully unfurled but prior to first frosts. For boom application, refer to Boom application section. Use Pulse Penetrant at the rate of 100 mL per 100 L of water.

Weeds controlled: Gorse (Ulex europaeus), Lantana (Lantana camara), St John’s Wort (Hypericum perforarum), Sweet Briar
(Rosa rubiginosa)
Rate - aerial or broom: -
Rate - handgun or knapsack: 400 mL Wipe-Out 360 plus 3 g LYNX WG per 100 L water
Critical comments: For Gorse, apply when actively growing at any time of year, except Spring. Use Pulse Penetrant at the rate of 100 mL per 100 L of water.
For Lantana, apply when actively growing.
DO NOT apply during periods of Summer drought stress. Use Pulse Penetrant at the rate of 100 mL per 100 L of water.
For St John’s Wort, apply when actively growing from Spring to Summer. Use Pulse Penetrant at 100 mL per 100 L of water.
For Sweet Briar, apply when in full leaf, prior to leaf fall. Use Pulse Penetrant at 100 mL per 100 L of water.

* Will damage legumes in pastures.

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

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Apply when bushes/plants are actively growing. Where treatment is delayed or bushes/plants are not actively growing due to adverse conditions (such as a period of prolonged dry weather) or if partial spray coverage occurs, results may be slow to appear and subsequent regrowth may occur.
Should regrowth occur, re-treatment at the recommended rate is advised. Re-treatment of blackberries should only be undertaken once regrowth has reached one (1) metre tall – this may not be until two (2) years after the initial application.
For control of bushes previously sprayed with other brush control herbicides or for berries which may have been burned or slashed ensure two (2) years have elapsed. Legumes will be removed from pasture if over-sprayed with LYNX WG herbicide.
Some crops are extremely sensitive to low concentrations of this product. See “Sprayer Clean-up” section.
Due to widespread picking of blackberries by the public, it is recommended that the product is not applied to bushes bearing mature fruit.

USE OF SURFACTANT/WETTING AGENTS
ALWAYS ADD A 1000G AC/L (100%) NON-IONIC SURFACTANT WETTING AGENT e.g. Wetspray® 1000, at a rate of 0.1% Volume/ Volume i.e. 100 mL/100 L prepared spray mixture. Use the surfactant Pulse+ Penetrant when recommended in the Directions for Use table and with all gas gun applications (0.2% v/v, i.e. 10 mL/5 L).

HANDGUN APPLICATION
Spray foliage and canes until wet. Ensure coverage is uniform and complete. Use pressures of 550-750kPa (80-100psi) depending on target species and size of bush. Use larger nozzles and higher pressures for larger bushes.
For example:-
- Size No. 4 or 5 spray nozzles: small individual bushes or broadleaf weeds - less than 1m high.
- Size No. 5 or 6 spray nozzles: medium sized bushes 1 - 2 m high.
- Size No. 7 or 8 spray nozzles: large bushes 2-3 m high or of a large diameter.
Note: Use large spray nozzles/high volume for blackberry regrowth. Spray using a wide cone setting as much as possible. Use even, sideby- side pattern moving up from the base to the top of the bush as leaves are wet. For blackberries, do not ignore runners to the side or the top of the bush and ensure spray penetrates larger bushes to wet foliage and canes.

GAS GUN APPLICATION
Apply to ensure good coverage of all foliage is achieved. The use of a suitable marker dye is recommended. e.g. Agmurph White Lightning.

BOOM SPRAY APPLICATION
Use a boom spray properly calibrated to a constant speed or rate of delivery to ensure coverage and uniform spray pattern. Adjust boom height to ensure correct spray overlap.
Avoid spraying where drift can move onto crops, areas likely to be planted to crops and non target pastures as injury may occur. Apply in a minimum of 150 L prepared spray/ha. Increase to 200 L prepared spray/ha for more dense stands of bracken.

AERIAL APPLICATION – (BY HELICOPTER ONLY)
DO NOT apply by air when tank mixed with Diuron.
Apply in a minimum of 100 L per ha on Blackberries or 60 L per ha on Mimosa pigra and up to a maximum of 200 L prepared spray/ ha. Higher water volumes may be necessary to ensure adequate coverage where bushes are large and terrain is steep. Spray with a properly calibrated helicopter using the half overlap opposite pass technique. Avoid spraying in still conditions and where conditions favour temperature inversions. Avoid spraying where drift can move onto crops, areas likely to be planted to crops and non target pastures as injury may occur. Turn off spray booms whilst passing over creeks and dams.

MIXING
SPRAY MIX: LYNX WG is a water dispersible granule to be mixed with clean water and applied as a spray. For mixing adhere to the following recommendations:
One third fill the spray tank with water and add the required amount of product to the spray tank with the agitator running system engaged. Top up to the correct volume with water. Add the required number of pre-packs to a mixing bucket and add enough water to completely cover the bags. Stir until the bags are completely dissolved and pour the pre-mix into the spray tank. Triple rinse the bucket and stirring implement, add the rinse water to the spray tank. Agitate continuously to ensure thorough mixing before and during application. Only mix sufficient chemical for each day’s work.
Tank mixtures: LYNX WG should be added to the partially full spray tank first, followed by dry flowables, suspension concentrates (flowables), aqueous concentrates and the emulsifiable concentrate formulations.
This product must be kept in suspension at all times by continuous agitation. Where prepared spray solutions have been allowed to stand, thoroughly reagitate before using.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR THE USE OF LYNX WG IN ALL SITUATIONS
SPRAYER CLEAN UP
To avoid subsequent injury to crops or pasture, immediately after spraying thoroughly remove all traces of LYNX WG from mixing and spray equipment as follows:
1. Drain tank, then flush tank, boom and hoses with clean water for a minimum of 10 minutes.
2. Fill the tank with clean water then add 60 mL household chlorine bleach (containing 4% chlorine) per 20 L of water. Flush through boom and hoses then allow to stand for 15 minutes with agitation engaged, then drain.
3. Repeat step 2.
4. Nozzles and screens should be removed and cleaned separately.
To remove traces of chlorine bleach, rinse the tank thoroughly with clean water and flush through hoses and boom.
Caution: DO NOT use chlorine bleach with ammonia. All traces of liquid fertilizer containing ammonia, ammonium nitrate or ammonium sulphate must be rinsed with water from the mixing and application equipment before adding chlorine bleach solution. Failure to do so will release a gas with a musty chlorine odour which can cause eye, nose, throat and lung irritation. Do not clean equipment in an enclosed area.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Pasture0 - 00 - 0-
Spring barley0 - 05 - 7-
Spring triticale0 - 05 - 7-
Spring wheat0 - 05 - 7-
Winter barley0 - 05 - 7-
Winter rye0 - 05 - 7-
Winter triticale0 - 05 - 7-
Winter wheat0 - 05 - 7-

Effective