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ADAMA - Herbicide

GROUP L HERBICIDE

For control of a wide range of grasses and broadleaf weeds as specified in the Directions for Use table. Can be utilised in crop establishment programs. Contains non-ionic wetter.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Restraints:
DO NOT spray plants which are waterlogged, under stress of any kind or covered with soil or dust.
DO NOT spray plants covered with heavy dew, but rain following spraying will not affect results.
DO NOT sow or cultivate for 1 hour after spraying.
For ground application only – DO NOT use through aircraft, misting machines, hand held ultra low volume controlled droplet applicators (CDA units).

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA – FULL DISTURBANCE

WINTER: CANOLA, CHICKPEAS, CEREALS (WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE, TRITICALE), FIELD BEANS, FIELD PEAS, LENTILS, LINSEED (LINOLA), LUPINS, VETCH
SPRING / SUMMER: FODDER RAPE, PIGEON PEAS, SAFFLOWER, SORGHUM, SOYBEANS, SUNFLOWER
PASTURE: CLOVER GRASS, LUCERNE, MEDIC
Crop / Situation: DIRECT DRILLING with full combine or with cultivation before spraying or with cultivation after spraying as an aid in the establishment of crops including: Winter: Canola, Chickpeas, Cereals (Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, Triticale), Field Beans, Field Peas, Lentils, Linseed, (Linola), Lupins, Vetch Spring/ Summer Fodder Rape, Pigeon Peas, Safflower, Sorghum, Soybeans, Sunflower Pasture Clover Grass, Lucerne, Medic
Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses Annual Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum), Barley Grass (Hordeum spp.), Brome Grass (Bromus spp.), Volunteer Cereals, Wild Oats (Avena spp.)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf
Rate / ha: 0.6 to 0.8
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.6
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Vulpia (Silver Grass, Sand Fescue) (Vulpia spp.)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf
Rate / ha: 0.6 to 0.8†
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.6†
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate / ha: 1.6 to 2.4†

Weeds controlled: Seedling Brassica weeds Ball Mustard (Neslia paniculata), Charlock (Sinapsis arvensis), Indian Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium orientale), Long Fruited Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Muskweed (Myagrum perfoliatum), Shepherds Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris), Short Fruited Wild Turnip (Rapistrum rugosum), Ward’s Weed (Carrichtera annua), Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
Growth stage: 1 to 5 cm diam
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2
Growth stage: 5 to 10 cm diam
Rate / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: 10 to 20 cm diam
Rate / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Other Seedling Broadleaf weeds Bedstraw (Gallium tricornutum), Bifora (Bifora testiculata), Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula), Horehound (Marrubium vulgare), Ivy-leaf Speedwell (Veronica hederifolia), Lincoln Weed (Diplotaxis tenuifolia), Medic (Medicago spp.), Spiny Emex (Doublegee, Three Cornered Jack) (Emex australis), Stinging Nettle (Urtica urens), Storksbill (Wild Geranium, Crowfoot) (Erodium spp.), Sub Clover (Trifolium subterraneum), Vetch (tares) (Vicia spp.) Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf or 1 to 4 cm diam
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2
Growth stage: 4 to 8 leaf or 4 to 8 cm diam
Rate / ha: 1.2 to 1.6

Weeds controlled: Deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule), Fumitory (Fumaria spp.), Melilotus (Melilotus spp.), Pimpernel (Anagallis spp.), Poppy (Papaver spp.), Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus), Sheepweed (Buglossoides arvensis)
Growth stage: 1 to 10 leaf or 1 to 10 cm diam
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2

Weeds controlled: Paterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum)
Growth stage: 1 to 5 leaf
Rate / ha: 1.2 to 1.6

Weeds controlled: Wireweed (Polygonum aviculare)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2

Weeds controlled: Marshmallow (Malva parviflora)
Growth stage: 1 to 12 leaf
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2 plus Cavalier® 75 mL

Weeds controlled: Volunteer Beans, Peas, Lupins
Growth stage: 1 to 6 leaf
Rate / ha: 0.8 to 1.2 plus Lynx® 5 g or 0.8 to 1.2 plus dicamba 500 mL

State: Sthn NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Critical comments: Refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (1).
In WA apply after the Autumn break within 4 weeks of weed germination. In the other States apply to young or well grazed weeds. In a typical mixed weed situation use the rate recommended for the growth stage of the hardest-to-kill weed species. Rates shown are for optimum conditions, for sowing equipment with wide points and overall soil disturbance. Under less favourable conditions or where spraying is delayed until Winter or where narrow points are fitted or in higher rainfall areas, use higher rates in the range 1.2 to 2.4 L/ha.
For dense mature swards over 2 months old or Spring crops use rates up to 2.4 L/ha.
† For control of Vulpia (Silver Grass) add a wetter such as Agral* at 160 mL/100 L or Wetspray® 1000 at 100 mL/100 L.
Also refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (3) – cultivation after spraying Cultivation can commence 30 minutes after spraying but should be completed within 7 days unless a suitable residual herbicide is added or weeds are sprayed again. Where heavy weed growth is present at spraying a better seed bed will result if cultivation is delayed 3 to 5 days to obtain maximum root release.
Also refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (4) – cultivation before spraying Spraying may be carried out before or after sowing or transplanting but 3 days before the crop emerges.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility Section. Refer to partner product labels for suitability of use prior to sowing particular crops and elevant plantback periods.

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA – FALLOW/MINIMUM DISTURBANCE

WINTER: CANOLA, CHICKPEAS, CEREALS (WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE, TRITICALE), FIELD BEANS, FIELD PEAS, LENTILS, LINSEED (LINOLA), LUPINS, VETCH
SPRING / SUMMER: FODDER RAPE, PIGEON PEAS, SAFFLOWER, SORGHUM, SOYBEANS, SUNFLOWER
PASTURE: CLOVER GRASS, LUCERNE, MEDIC
Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses Annual Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum), Barley Grass (Hordeum spp.), Brome Grass (Bromus spp.), Volunteer Cereals, Wild Oats (Avena spp.)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.0 to 1.2
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 2.4
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses Annual Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum), Barley Grass (Hordeum spp.), Brome Grass (Bromus spp.), Volunteer Cereals, Wild Oats (Avena spp.)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.0 to 1.2†
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 2.4†
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2†

Weeds controlled: Seedling Brassica weeds Ball Mustard (Neslia paniculata), Charlock (Sinapsis arvensis), Indian Hedge Mustard (Sisymbrium orientale), Long Fruited Wild Turnip (Brassica tournefortii), Muskweed (Myagrum perfoliatum), Shepherds Purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris), Short Fruited Wild Turnip (Rapistrum rugosum), Ward’s Weed (Carrichtera annua), Wild Radish (Raphanus raphanistrum)
Growth stage: 1 to 5 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.8
Growth stage: 5 to 10 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.8 to 2.4
Growth stage: 10 to 20 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Other Seedling Broadleaf weeds Bedstraw (Gallium tricornutum), Bifora (Bifora testiculata), Capeweed (Arctotheca calendula), Horehound (Marrubium vulgare), Ivy-leaf Speedwell (Veronica hederifolia), Lincoln Weed (Diplotaxis tenuifolia), Spiny Emex (Doublegee, Three Cornered Jack) (Emex australis), Stinging Nettle (Urtica urens), Storksbill (Wild Geranium, Crowfoot) (Erodium spp.), Vetch (tares) (Vicia spp.)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf or 1 to 4 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.8
Growth stage: 4 to 8 leaf or 4 to 8 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.8 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule), Fumitory (Fumaria spp.), Melilotus (Melilotus spp.), Pimpernel (Anagallis spp.), Poppy (Papaver spp.), Saffron Thistle (Carthamus lanatus), Sheepweed (Buglossoides arvensis)
Growth stage: 1 to 10 leaf or 1 to 10 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Paterson’s Curse (Echium plantagineum)
Growth stage: 1 to 5 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.8 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Wireweed (Polygonum aviculare)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Marshmallow (Malva parviflora)
Growth stage: 1 to 12 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.8 plus Cavalier 75 mL

Weeds controlled: Volunteer Beans, Peas, Lupins
Growth stage: 1 to 6 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.8 plus Lynx 5 g or 1.2 to 1.8 plus dicamba 500 mL

Weeds controlled: Medic (Medicago spp.), Sub Clover (Trifolium subterraneum)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf or 1 to 4 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.8 plus 200 mL/ha Cutlass® 500
Growth stage: 4 to 8 leaf or 4 to 8 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.8 to 3.2 plus 5 g Lynx

State: Sthn NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Critical comments: Refer to Crop Establishment Procedures (1), (6) or (7b) as appropriate to the particular situation In WA apply after the Autumn break within 4 weeks of weed germination. In the other States apply to young or well grazed weeds. In a typical mixed weed situation use the rate recommended for the growth stage of the hardest-to-kill weed species. Rates shown are for optimum conditions and for sowing equipment with narrow points. Under less favourable conditions or where spraying is delayed until Winter or in higher rainfall areas or for fallow weed control, use higher rates in the range 2.4 to 3.2 L/ha.
For dense swards or Spring application use rates in the range 2.4 to 3.2 L/ha.
† For control of Vulpia (Silver Grass) add a wetter such as Agral at 160 mL/100 L or Wetspray 1000 at 100 mL/100 L.
Also refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (3) – cultivation after spraying Cultivation can commence 30 minutes after spraying but should be completed within 7 days unless a suitable residual herbicide is added. Where heavy weed growth is present at spraying a better seed bed will result if cultivation is delayed 3 to 5 days.
Also refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (4) – cultivation before spraying Spraying may be carried out before or after sowing, but 3 days before the crop emerges.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility Section. Refer to partner product labels for suitability of use prior to sowing particular crops and relevant plantback periods.

Weeds controlled: Split application for: Sub Clover (Trifolium subterraneum), Perennial Ryegrass (Lolium perenne) Most annual weeds
Growth stage: 1 to 8 leaf or 1 to 8 cm diam
Rate L / ha: 1.2 followed by 1.2
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate L / ha: 1.2 followed by 1.2
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate L / ha: 1.6 followed by 1.6
Growth stage: weeds higher than 10 cm
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2

State: Sthn NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Critical comments: For Sub Clover control without the addition of Cutlass® 500 in crops sown with triple disc, modified combine or sod seeder use a split application. Apply second application 7 to 15 days after first application and when green regrowth is present.
For control prior to sowing with combine use a split application. Apply first application in Autumn to mid Winter. Apply second application 7 to 15 days later and when green regrowth is present.
Apply first application in late Winter and follow with second application 7 to 15 days later when green regrowth is present. If there is excess leaf growth, ie more than 10 cm, split the recommended rate in half and apply second part 7 to 15 days after the first.
Paddocks should be well grazed continuously from the break. The first application removes excess leaf growth, the second application is effective on residual green tissue. Green growth must be present for second application.

Weeds controlled: Potato Weed (Heliotropium europaeum)
Growth stage: 1 to 15 cm
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: 15 to 30 cm
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

State: SA only
Critical comments: For use in Summer fallows only. Add 275 g/ha Diuron 900 WDG to enhance control of larger weeds.

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA – FULL DISTURBANCE

WINTER: CEREALS (WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE, TRITICALE), CANOLA, CHICKPEAS, FIELD BEANS
BROADACRE CROPS - SUMMER: COTTON, MAIZE, MILLET, MUNGBEANS, NAVYBEANS, PEANUTS, PIGEON PEAS, SAFFLOWER, SORGHUM, SOYBEANS, SUNFLOWER
Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses (not regrowth or rhizomes) Barnyard Grass (Echinochloa spp.), Buffel Grass (Cenchrus  iliaris), Columbus Grass (Sorghum x almum), Johnson Grass (Sorghum halepense), Liverseed Grass (Urochloa panicoides), Mossman River Grass (Cenchrus echinatus), Paradoxa Grass (Phalaris paradoxa), Rhodes Grass (Chloris gayana), Summer Grass (Digitaria ciliaris), Sweet Summer Grass (Brachiaria eruciformis), Volunteer Barley (Hordeum vulgare),  Volunteer Wheat (Triticum aestivum), Wild Oats (Avena ludoviciana), (A. fatua)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf
Rate L / ha: 0.8 to 1.2
Growth stage: 4 leaf to early tiller
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: mid to fully tillered
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor), Stink Grass (Eragrostis cilianensis)
Growth stage: 2 to 3 leaf only
Rate L / ha: 0.8 to 1.2

Weeds controlled: Seedling Broadleaf weeds African Turnip Weed (Sisymbrium thellungii)•, Annual Saltbush (Atriplex muelleri), Australian Bindweed (Convolvulus erubescens), Australian Bluebell (Wahlenbergia gracilis), Blackberry Nightshade (Solanum nigrum), Bathurst Burr (Xanthium spinosum), Bellvine (Ipomoea plebeia), Black Pigweed (Trianthema portulacastrum), Bladder Ketmia (Hibiscus trionum), Caltrop (Tribulus terrestris), Caustic Weed (Euphorbia spp.), Climbing Buckwheat (Polygonum convolvulus), Cowvine (Ipomoea lonchophyla), Cudweeds (Gnaphalium spp.), Deadnettle (Lamium amplexicaule), European Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), Fat Hen (Chenopodium album), Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis), Fleabanes (Conyza spp.), Fumitory (Fumaria spp.), Hogweed (Zaleya galericulata), Malvastrum (Malvastrum americanum), Mexican Poppy (Argemone spp.), Mintweed (Salvia reflexa), Mungbean (Vigna radiata), Native Rosella (Abelmoschus ficulneus), New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonioides), Noogora Burr (Xanthium pungens), Parthenium Weed (Parthenium hysterophorus), Peppercress (Lepidium spp.), Phyllanthus (Phylanthus spp.), Prickly Lettuce (Lactuca seriola), Prickly Paddymelon (Cucumis myriocarpa), Red Pigweed (Portulaca oleracea), Rhynchosia (Rhynchosia spp.), Sesbania Pea (Sesbania cannabina)•, Sida (Sida spp.), Smooth Cucumber (Cucumis spp.), Soft Roly Poly (Salsola kali),
Sowthistle (Sonchus spp.), Soybean (Glycine max), Spiny Emex (Emex australis), Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)•, Thornapples (Datura spp.), Variegated Thistle (Silybum marianum), Wild Gooseberry (Physalis minima)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 0.8 to 1.6
Growth stage: 4 to 8 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4
Growth stage: 8 to 12 leaf
Rate L / ha: 2.4

State: Qld, Nthn NSW, NT only
Critical comments: Refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (7a)
Apply in 50 to 100 L of clean water/ha. Avoid spraying under hot dry conditions. Best results will be obtained when spraying is carried out in humid conditions or in the late evening. In a typical mixed weed situation use the rate recommended for the growth stage of the hardest-to-kill weed species. Rates shown are for optimum conditions and for sowing equipment with wide points and cultivating  tynes. Under less favourable conditions or where spraying is delayed or where narrow points are fitted, use higher rates in the range 1.6 to 2.4 L/ha.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility Section.
- For control of larger weeds prior to cereals add 0.5 to 1 L 2,4-D amine (500 g/L). Refer to relevant label for plant-back period.

Weeds controlled: Native Jute (Corchorus trilocularis)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: 4 to 8 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Annual Ground Cherry (Physalis angulata), Turnip Weed (Rapistrum rugosum)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6

Weeds controlled: Boggabri (Amaranthus mitchellii), Hexham Scent (Melilotus indicus)•, Wild Carrot (Daucus glochidiatus), Speedy Weed (Flaveria australasica)
Growth stage: 1 to 8 leaf
Rate L / ha: 0.8 to 1.2

State: Qld, Nthn NSW, NT only
Critical comments: Refer to Crop Establishment Procedure (7a)
Apply in 50 to 100 L of clean water/ha. Avoid spraying under hot dry conditions. Best results will be obtained when spraying is carried out in humid conditions or in the late evening. In a typical mixed weed situation use the rate recommended for the growth stage of the hardest-to-kill weed species. Rates shown are for optimum conditions and for sowing equipment with wide points and cultivating tynes. Under less favourable conditions or where spraying is delayed or where narrow points are fitted, use higher rates in the range 1.6 to 2.4 L/ha.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility Section.
- For control of larger weeds prior to cereals add 0.5 to 1 L 2,4-D amine (500 g/L). Refer to relevant label for plant-back period.

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA- FALLOW/ MINIMUM DISTURBANCE

WINTER: CEREALS (WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS, RYE, TRITICALE), CANOLA, CHICKPEAS, FIELD BEANS
BROADACRE CROPS - SUMMER: COTTON, MAIZE, MILLET, MUNGBEANS, NAVYBEANS, PEANUTS, PIGEON PEAS, SAFFLOWER, SORGHUM, SOYBEANS, SUNFLOWER
Crop / Situation:
DIRECT DRILLING with minimum disturbance or FALLOWS cultivated or noncultivated as an aid in establishing or maintaining a fallow or the establishment of crops including: Broadacre crops – Winter Cereals (Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, Triticale), Chickpeas Broadacre crops – Summer Cotton, Maize, Millet, Mungbeans, Safflower, Sorghum, Soybeans, Sunflower
Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses (not regrowth or rhizomes) Barnyard Grass (Echinochloa spp.), Liverseed Grass (Urochloa panicoides), Paradoxa Grass (Phalaris paradoxa), Stink Grass (Eragrostis cilianensis), Volunteer Barley (Hordeum vulgare), Volunteer Wheat (Triticum aestivum), Wild Oats (Avena ludoviciana), (A. fatua)
Growth stage: 2 leaf to pre-tillering
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: early tillering
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Seedling Broadleaf weeds Bathurst Burr (Xanthium spinosum), Bellvine (Ipomoea plebeia), Black Pigweed
(Trianthema portulacastrum), Bladder Ketmia (Hibiscus trionum), Caltrop (Tribulus terrestris), Fat Hen (Chenopodium album), Fireweed (Senecio madagascariensis), Fumitory (Fumaria spp.), Mintweed (Salvia reflexa), Mungbean (Vigna radiata)•, New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides), Prickly Paddymelon (Cucumis myriocarpa), Sesbania Pea (Sesbania cannabina)•, Smooth Cucumber (Cucumis spp.), Sunflower (Helianthus annuus)•, Thornapples (Datura spp.) Volunteer cotton (including Roundup* Ready cotton) (Gossyplum hirsutum) Wild Gooseberry (Physalis minima)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Weeds controlled: Volunteer cotton (including Round up Ready cotton) (Gossyplum hirsutum)
Growth stage: 5 to 9 leaf
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2

Weeds controlled: Boggabri (Amaranthus mitchellii) Hexham Scent (Melilotus indicus)•, Wild Carrot (Daucus glochidiatus), Phyllanthus (Phylanthus spp.)
Growth stage: 1 to 8 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4

Critical comments: Refer to Procedures (5), (6) or (7b) as appropriate to the particular situation
In a typical mixed weed situation use the rate recommended for the growth stage of the hardest-to-kill weed species. Rates shown are for optimum conditions and for row crop or no-till planters. Under less favourable conditions or where spraying is delayed or for fallow weed control use higher rates in the range 1.6 to 2.4 L/ha. Apply in 50 to 100 L of clean water/ha.
Avoid spraying under hot dry conditions. Best results will be obtained when spraying is carried out in the evening or in humid conditions.
- For control of larger weeds prior to cereals add 0.5 to 1 L 2,4-D amine (500 g/L) – refer to relevant label for plant-back period.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility Section.

Situation: As an aid in post harvest weed control – after Winter cereals
Weeds controlled: Volunteer Barley (Hordeum vulgare), Volunteer Wheat (Triticum aestivum), Bladder Ketmia (Hibiscus trionum), Milk Thistle (Sonchus oleraceus), New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4
Critical comments: Refer to Procedure 5 DO NOT spray under hot, dry conditions or when weeds are covered with dust and/or trash. Application is best carried out following rain.

SUGARCANE
Situation: SUGARCANE ESTABLISHMENT AND FALLOWS PRIOR TO SUGAR CANE PLANTING cultivated or non-cultivated As an aid in establishing sugar cane or controlling weeds in a fallow prior to sugar cane
Weeds controlled: Seedling grasses (not regrowth or rhizomes) Barnyard Grass (Echinochloa spp.), Liverseed Grass (Urochloa panicoides), Stink Grass (Eragrostis cilianensis)
Growth stage: 2 leaf to pre-tillering
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: early tillering
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4
Growth stage: mature annual grasses†
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2†

Weeds controlled: Seedling Broadleaf weeds Bathurst Burr (Xanthium spinosum), Bellvine (Ipomoea plebeia), Black Pigweed
(Trianthema portulacastrum), Bladder Ketmia (Hibiscus trionum), Caltrop (Tribulus terrestris), Fat Hen (Chenopodium album), Fumitory (Fumaria spp.), Mintweed (Salvia reflexa), Mungbean (Vigna radiata), New Zealand Spinach (Tetragonia tetragonoides), Prickly Paddymelon (Cucumis myriocarpa), Sesbania Pea (Sesbania cannabina), Smooth Cucumber (Cucumis spp.), Thornapples (Datura spp.), Wild Gooseberry (Physalis minima)
Growth stage: 1 to 4 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4
Growth stage: mature broadleaf weeds†
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2†

Weeds controlled: Phyllanthus (Phylanthus spp.)
Growth stage: 1 to 8 leaf
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2.4
Growth stage: mature broadleaf weeds†
Rate L / ha: 2.4 to 3.2†

State: Qld, Nthn NSW, NT only
Critical comments: SUGARCANE: prior to planting or for establishing or maintaining a fallow – refer to Procedure (6) and following Cultivated fallow – where seedling weeds have recently germinated, are growing well and are up to 10 cm high use rates of 1.6 to 2.4 L/ha in a spray volume of 150 to 200 L water/ha plus a wetter such as Wetspray® 1000 at 120 mL/ha or Agral† at 200 mL/100 L.
Non-cultivated fallow – to control mature dense stands of annual weeds use rates of 2.4 to 3.2 L/ha in a spray volume of 400 L water/ha plus a wetter such as Wetspray®1000 at 120 mL/100 L or Agral at 200 mL/100 L. Control will be improved with the addition of an enhancement rate of Diuron (500 g to 1 kg/ha) and if vines are present add 2,4-D amine. A split application of SPRAY & SOW 10 to 12 days apart will also improve control of tall dense weeds. Only use 1100 flat fan nozzles equivalent to Spraying Systems 03 for 200 L/ha and 04 for 250 to 400 L/ha.
When dense weed growth is present implement penetration and the resulting seedbed may be improved if cultivation commences 4 to 5 days after spraying. Best results will be obtained when spraying is carried out in the evening or in humid conditions.
TANK MIX: see Compatibility section.

Situation: plant & ratoon
Weeds controlled: Most Seedling Broadleaf weeds including Sicklepod (Senna (Cassia) obtusifolia), Bluetop (Ageratum houstonianum), Phyllanthus (Phyllanthus spp.), Calopo (Calapogonium muconoides)
Growth stage: up to 5 cm high
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: up to 50 cm high
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: up to 15 cm high
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
Growth stage: 3 to 5 leaves
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 2

Weeds controlled: Most seedling grasses including Awnless Barnyard Grass (Echinochloa colona), Summer Grass (Digitaria ciliaris), Guinea Grass (Panicum maximum), Hamil Grass (Panicum maximum cv Hamil), Green Summer Grass (Brachiaria miliiformis)
Growth stage: up to 5 cm high
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6 plus 500 g Diuron 900 WDG

Weeds controlled: all above grasses
Growth stage: up to 10 cm high
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6 plus 1 kg Diuron 900 WDG

Weeds controlled: all above grasses
Growth stage: > 10 cm high and seeding
Rate L / ha: 1.6 plus 2.8 to 3.9 kg Diuron 900 WDG

State: Qld, NSW, WA only
Critical comments: Apply as a broadcast spray over-the-top of plant cane up to the 3 to 4 leaf stage or ratoon cane up to 10 cm high. Cane foliage will be scorched but new leaves will appear in 7 to 10 days. In plant cane between the 3 to 4 leaf stage and the formation of the true stem use a directed interspace spray. The Irvin spray boom is the most suitable equipment to avoid excessive drift onto cane foliage while spraying at the bases of plant and ratoon cane. After the formation of the true stem which is resistant to SPRAY & SOW, the sprayer height can be raised to overlap the spray pattern to give weed control in the stool. Use the higher rate for dense, more mature weeds. SPRAY & SOW can be mixed with Farmozine® 900 WDG herbicide to give residual weed control when used as a directed spray. It may also be mixed with high rates of Diuron 900 WDG for residual control.
To enhance activity of SPRAY & SOW under favourable growing conditions and in open sunny conditions add 275 g/ha Diuron 900 WDG. Complete spray coverage is essential. For grasses and broadleaved weeds up to 5 cm high use a minimum of 250 L spray solution/ha, increase to 350 L/ha for weeds up to 10 cm high. Use a spray volume of 400 L/ha for dense mature weeds. Always add a wetter such as Agral at 200 mL/100 L or Wetspray® 1000 at 120 mL per 100 L of water.

COTTON
Situation: Dryland and moisture stressed
Use: Desiccant to aid harvest
Rate L / ha: 1.2 to 1.6
State: Qld, NSW only
Critical comments: Apply by groundrig only. Good spray coverage is essential. Apply in 50 to 100 L water/ha. Use 5 hollow cone or 3 flat fan nozzles per row. Apply when at least 85% of bolls are open and remaining bolls are mature.
SPRAY & SOW can damage immature green bolls.

LUCERNE
Situation: established (at least 1 year old)
– for improved grazing or oversowing
– for improved grazing, hay or seed production or oversowing
– for enhanced control of some broadleaf weeds
– for short term residual weed control
Weeds controlled: Most annual weeds including Capeweed and Erodium
Rate L / ha: 1.6
State: All States
Critical comments: Spray in Autumn after weeds germinate. Graze the lucerne to reduce the height to 2 to 4 cm before spraying.
Note: If required, grass, clover or lucerne seed can be direct drilled to increase desirable plant population.
Rate L / ha: 2.4
State: All States
Critical comments: Spray in Winter. Graze the lucerne to reduce the height to 2 to 4 cm before spraying.
Note: If required, grass, clover or lucerne seed can be direct drilled to increase desirable plant population.

Weeds controlled: As above plus Paterson’s Curse and Shepherd’s Purse
Rate L / ha: 2.4 plus Diuron 900 WDG 1 kg
State: All States
Critical comments: For improved control of Paterson’s Curse and Shepherd’s Purse mix with Diuron 900 WDG at 1 kg/ha in late Winter.
DO NOT use the tank mix if oversowing.

Weeds controlled: Most annual weeds including Capeweed, Erodium, Paterson’s Curse and Shepherd’s Purse
Rate L / ha: 2.4 plus Diuron 900 WDG 1.9 kg
State: All States
Critical comments: For short term residual control, tank mix with Diuron 900 WDG at 1.9 kg/ha in late Winter. Length of control may be shorter on heavy soils or under irrigation.
DO NOT use the tank mix if oversowing.
WARNING – continued use of SPRAY & SOW alone in certain areas, has resulted in the selection of resistant Barley Grass (Hordeum glaucum, H. leporinum), Capeweed and Silver Grass (Vulpia spp.). Where resistant Barley Grass is confirmed it may be controlled with Fusilade or Fusion. The use of the tank mix with Diuron 900 WDG will assist in control of resistant Capeweed and Silver Grass and is recommended as a general weed resistance strategy for lucerne.

VINEYARDS
Situation: Ring weeding around trees with brown bark and strip spraying in orchards and vineyards
Weeds controlled: Most annual grasses and broadleaf weeds
Rate: High Volume or Power Sprayer:
/ha: 2.4 to 3.2 L
/100 L (Spot Spray): 240 to 320 mL
State: All States
Critical comments: Thoroughly wet plant foliage. Use the high rate for dense more established weed growth. Repeat treatment on regenerated green perennial weeds (such as Paspalum and Docks) while plants are weakened from previous treatment. Addition of Cavalier® at 250 mL/ha will improve control of Small Flowered Mallow, Evening Primrose and other weeds sensitive
to Cavalier. Refer to the Cavalier label.
Note: Spot spray rate assumes 1000 L water/ha.
For lower water volumes increase dilution rate as below:
water volume 250 L/ha: use 960 to 1280 mL/100 L
water volume 500 L/ha: use 480 to 640 mL/100 L
water volume 750 L/ha: use 320 to 430 mL/100 L
OR Measure how much spray is required to cover an area of 100 square metres using your normal application volume. Your dilution rate is 24 to 32 mL of SPRAY & SOW in this volume.

VEGETABLE CROPS
Situation: Pre–crop emergence weed control
Weeds controlled: Most annual grasses and broadleaf weeds
Rate: High Volume or Power Sprayer:
/ha: 2.4 to 3.2 L
/100 L (Spot Spray): 240 to 320 mL
State: All States
Critical comments: Prepare seed bed as long as possible before sowing to permit maximum weed germination. Spray the weeds, wait until they have dried off and then sow. If further weed germinations occur before crop emerges, spray again but at least 3 days before crop emerges. Spray when weeds are growing vigorously and not covered with soil or dust, or wilting due to dry conditions. When rain follows dry conditions allow 7 days for weed growth to commence before spray application.
See Note on Spot spray rate above.

POTATOES
Situation: weed control
Weeds controlled: Most annual grasses and broadleaf weeds
Rate: High Volume or Power Sprayer:
/ha: 2.4 to 3.2 L
/100 L (Spot Spray): 240 to 320 mL
State: All States
Critical comments: After planting and hilling up, wait until 10 to 25% of potato shoots are emerged then blanket spray with SPRAY & SOW. Emerged potato shoots will suffer a marginal leaf burn but will quickly recover.
See Note on Spot spray rate above.

Situation: weed destruction prior to digging
Weeds controlled: Most annual grasses and broadleaf weeds
Rate: High Volume or Power Sprayer:
/ha: 3.2 L
/100 L (Spot Spray): 320 mL
State: All States
Critical comments: Spray 3 to 7 days before digging after all tops have died down. See Note on Spot spray rate above.
Note: DO NOT use SPRAY & SOW for potato haulm desiccation.

AVOCADOS, CUSTARD APPLES, LYCHEES, MANGOES
Weeds controlled: Most annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses
Rate: High Volume or Power Sprayer/100 L (Spot Spray): 120 to 240 mL
State: All States
Critical comments: Apply to the ground cover underneath trees from Summer to Autumn prior to harvest.
A second spray may be required 14 days later to control growth not controlled by the initial spray.
See Note on Spot spray rate above.
WARNING: Avoid spray drift onto trees.

RICE
Situation:
DO NOT apply if rice has emerged
Situation / Weeds: Annual weeds
Rate L / ha: 1.6 to 3.2
State: NSW only
Critical comments: Refer to Direct Drilling Procedure – Rice (2).

Situation / Weeds: Annual weeds including Barnyard Grass
Rate L / ha: 1.7 to 2.2
State: NSW only
Critical comments: On rice stubbles after burning.

Situation / Weeds: Clover control
Rate L / ha: 2.2 L plus 200 mL Cutlass® 500 as tank mix
State: NSW only
Critical comments: Well grazed Clover dominant pastures.

Situation / Weeds: Annual Pasture
Rate L / ha: 3.2
State: NSW only
Critical comments: Pasture not properly managed. Use 100 L/ha water/2 cm growth.

KIKUYU / PASPALUM PASTURES
Situation / Weeds: To suppress growth to over sow Winter feed
State: NSW only
Rate L / ha:
2.4
Critical comments: Spray in Autumn after grazing or slashing to 2 to 4cm.
Rate L / ha: 3.2
Critical comments: For early spraying (February or March) or if lightly grazed.

ESTABLISHED PASTURES, PERENNIAL GRASS CROPS, COCKSFOOT, PERENNIAL RYEGRASS, PHALARIS
Situation / Weeds: Control of annual weeds including Capeweed and Erodium for improved grazing, hay or seed production
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate L / ha:
1.6
Critical comments: Spray in Autumn (4 weeks after the break) to mid Winter. Only spray stands which are at least 12 months old. Graze pastures to maintain length between 2 to 4 cm. (Sub Clover should be past 6 true leaf stage).
Rate L / ha: 2.4
Critical comments: Spray in late Winter. Only spray stands which are at least 12 months old. Continuously graze pasture to maintain length 2 to 4 cm.

PASTURE IMPROVEMENT
Situation / Weeds: To increase the Perennial Grass and/or the Sub Clover or White Clover content of the pasture
State: NSW, Vic, Tas, SA, WA only
Rate L / ha:
1.2
Critical comments: Spray in Winter. Sub-clover should be past 6 true leaf stage. Only suppresses annual weeds. (All States except WA) and perennial weeds (WA).

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

FOR USE ONLY AS AN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE. THIS PRODUCT IS TOO HAZARDOUS TO BE USED IN THE HOME GARDEN.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD
DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT SPRAYED VEGETATION FOR STOCK FOOD FOR AT LEAST 1 DAY OR GRAZE HORSES FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.
REMOVE STOCK FROM TREATED AREAS 3 DAYS BEFORE SLAUGHTER.
Cotton: DO NOT HARVEST EARLIER THAN 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Farmoz SPRAY & SOW Herbicide quickly kills a wide range of annual grasses, broadleaf weeds and some perennial grasses when sprayed directly onto the leaves. The active ingredients are rapidly and tightly absorbed by clay and silt particles in the soil and do not leave any effective soil residues. Thus crops sown almost immediately after spraying are not affected by the chemicals, nor are weed seeds which germinate after spraying. Where insect pests are anticipated use recommended insecticide treatment. Regular checks should be made before and after sowing.
Suitable residual herbicides can be tank mixed with SPRAY & SOW to provide extended in-crop weed control in fallows and subsequent crops. Read label recommendations of the respective residual herbicides prior to their use and observe precautions against use of residual herbicides before planting susceptible crops. See compatibility statement on this label for compatibility of SPRAY & SOW with other herbicides.

Resistant Weeds Warning
Farmoz SPRAY & SOW® Herbicide is a member of the bipyridyls group of herbicides. SPRAY & SOW has the inhibitors of photosynthesis at photosystem I mode of action. For weed resistance management SPRAY & SOW is a Group L herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to SPRAY & SOW and Group L 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 SPRAY & SOW or other Group L 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 SPRAY & SOW to control resistant weeds.

Mixing
The recommended rate of SPRAY & SOW should be added to water in the spray tank and agitated to give even mixing. Agitate again if left standing.

WATER VOLUME
It is essential to obtain good leaf coverage with the spray and the following volumes are recommended:

Winter rainfall areas: Plant height up to 2 cm
Boomspray: 50 to 100 L/ha
Summer rainfall areas: Weed stage and density: Small plants (2 to 5 leaf) and well separated

Winter rainfall areas: Plant height up to 2 to 5 cm
Boomspray: 100 to 150 L/ha
Summer rainfall areas: Weed stage and density: 5 leaf to early tiller/rosette; 30 to 50% ground cover.

Winter rainfall areas: Plant height up to 6 to 10 cm
Boomspray: 150 to 200 L/ha
Summer rainfall areas: Weed stage and density: Advanced growth, dense and/or tall weed stands.

Winter rainfall areas: Above 10 cm
Boomspray: Use split application to remove excess growth. Use 150 L/ha
Summer rainfall areas: Weed stage and density: Very dense and tall weed growth.

Note:
(1) If the volume is increased above 100 L/ha additional wetter should be added at the rate of 200 mL of Agral/100 L or 120 mL Wetspray 1000/100 L of additional water.
(2) Water should be clean and free from clay, silt and algae. Providing it meets this requirement, saline water, water collected from roofs, bore water, dam water and water from creeks may be used.

Application
Boomspray
Use only through a properly calibrated boomspray which should be fitted with flat fan jets and adjusted to a height to give at least double overlap of the spray at the top of the weeds being sprayed. Spraying pressures should be in the range of 240 to 280 kPa. Speed of travel should be in the range of 6 to 10 km/hr. It is essential that a good marking system be used. If a disc marker is used it must be mounted so as to turn the soil back on to the area sprayed.

Direct Drilling Procedure (1)
Use of SPRAY & SOW in crop establishment with no working before sowing.

Step: 1. Burn
Critical Comments: If possible, crop stubble or pasture trash should be burnt early to avoid problems at sowing. Can also promote weed seed germination.

Step: 2. Shallow cultivation – optional
Critical Comments: Should be carried out on opening rains to a depth of no more than 2 cm. This will encourage early even germination of weeds particularly annual grasses.

Step: 3. Heavily graze paddocks continuously from germination
Critical Comments: This prepares the paddock for spraying by keeping the pasture short and open and at the same time restricts the development of the weed roots which will assist seed bed formation.

Step: 4. Remove stock 2 to 3 days before spraying
Critical Comments: Allow the weeds to freshen up – important for maximum uptake of SPRAY & SOW. Spraying can, however, take place immediately after stock removal provided there is sufficient leaf cover and the pasture is not dusty.

Step: 5. Spraying with a boom spray
Critical Comments: Accurate application and full spray cover are essential to give weed control. Note limitations as outlined under Directions for Use.

Step: 6. Sow 3 to 5 days after spraying
Critical Comments: A rigid tyne spring release combine is preferred to ensure adequate penetration. Points should not be worn. The combine must be level and set to work 3 to 5 cm and sow seed at recommended depth. Use standard seed and fertiliser rates. When harrowing is considered necessary use trailing harrows. Sowing can commence one hour after spraying and should be completed within 7 days. Where heavy weed growth is present a better seed bed will result if sowing is delayed for 3 to 5 days.

Direct Drilling (Sod Seeding) Procedure – Rice (2)

Step: 1. Graze pasture heavily
Critical Comments: Allow pasture to green up before spraying, generally about 1 week. Watering may be required. Where rice follows a cereal crop, the stubbles should be burnt well in advance of the anticipated date of sowing to allow weeds to germinate prior to spraying.

Step: 2. Spray the paddock before or after direct drilling
Critical Comments: Use 1.6 to 3.2 L SPRAY & SOW/ha. Use 1.7 to 2.2 L/ha for weeds, particularly Barnyard Grass, on rice stubbles after burning. Use 2.2 L/ha for well grazed pastures plus 200 mL Cutlass 500/ha as a tank mix for clover dominant pastures. Up to 3.2 L/ha may be required where the pasture has not been properly managed prior to spraying. Use approximately 100 L clean water/ha/cm growth.

Step: 3. Direct drill rice
Critical Comments: Drill at 2 to 3 cm depth within a few hours of spraying. DO NOT delay for more than a few days after spraying. Spraying may be carried out after drilling.

Crop Establishment with a Cultivation AFTER Spraying. Crop Establishment Procedure (3)

Step: 1. Graze paddocks continuously from germination
Critical Comments: This prepares the paddock for spraying by keeping the pasture short and open and at the same time restricts the development of the weed roots, which will assist seed bed formation.

Step: 2. Remove stock 2 to 3 days before spraying
Critical Comments: Allows the weeds to freshen up - important for maximum uptake of SPRAY & SOW. Spraying can take place immediately after stock removal provided there is sufficient leaf cover and the pasture is not dusty.

Step: 3. Spray with a boom spray
Critical Comments: Accurate application and full spray cover are essential to give weed control. Note limitations as outlined under Directions for Use.

Step: 4. Cultivate
Critical Comments: Between 1 hour and 7 days after spraying. When dense weed growth is present implement penetration and resulting seed bed may be improved if cultivation commences 3 to 5 days after spraying. It is not necessary to cultivate deeper than sowing depth. Use scarifier or combine with heavy harrows.

Step: 5. Sow
Critical Comments: Sow at the recommended seed and fertiliser rates and depth.

Crop Establishment with a Cultivation BEFORE Spraying. Crop Establishment Procedure (4)

Step: 1. Graze
Critical Comments: Graze pasture or stubble to keep growth of weeds down to a minimum following the Autumn break.

Step: 2. Cultivate 4 to 6 weeks prior to the anticipated sowing date
Critical Comments: Cultivate after Autumn rains when conditions are suitable to produce a seed bed and before heavy weed growth develops. A scarifier and heavy harrows should be used with the aim of killing existing weed growth and leaving the seed bed in a level condition. It is not necessary to cultivate deeper than the sowing depth.

Step: 3. Wait
Critical Comments: Wait 4 to 6 weeks to allow a full germination of weeds. Graze if necessary.

Step: 4. Remove stock 2 to 3 days before spraying
Critical Comments: Allow the weeds to freshen up – important for maximum uptake of SPRAY & SOW.

Step: 5. Spray with a boom spray
Critical Comments: Accurate application and full spray cover are essential to give weed control. Note limitations as outlined under Directions for Use.

Step: 6. Sow
Critical Comments: Between 1 hour and 7 days after spraying, sow crop in the normal manner. Sow at recommended seed and fertiliser rates and depth.
NOTE: Where heavy weed growth is present at spraying, a better seed bed will result if sowing is delayed for 3 to 5 days.

NOTE: For on the farm advice and assistance, contact your dealer or Adama Representative.

CONTROL OF WEEDS AFTER CROP HARVEST AND IN CULTIVATED AND NON-CULTIVATED FALLOWS – NORTHERN NEW SOUTH WALES AND QUEENSLAND ONLY

Use of SPRAY & SOW for weed control after cereal harvest Procedure (5)
New Zealand Spinach, Bladder Ketmia and Milk Thistle are often present after cereal harvest. They can be controlled by the application of 1.6 to 2.4 L/ha of SPRAY & SOW in at least 100 L of clean water. Use a properly calibrated boom sprayer. Ensure that the boom is set for double overlap at the top of the weed canopy.
The weed species must be free from dust and actively growing. They should not be shielded from the spray by stubble or rash. The use of a straw spreader at harvest is recommended.

Use of SPRAY & SOW for the control of weeds during the fallow Procedure (6)
Weeds must be controlled during the fallow to conserve moisture. While cultivation can eliminate weeds it also exposes the soil to moisture loss. In addition, repeated cultivations destroy soil structure, reduce organic matter and stubble cover. This leads to the formation of hard pans, soil crusts and increases the risk of erosion. Under moist soil conditions weeds are frequently transplanted and not killed, weed growth holds the soil in clods.
SPRAY & SOW provides an economical and reliable alternative for fallow weed control.
For use in fallows to be planted to sugar cane and for weed control prior to planting sugar cane refer to the specific section of the label.
a) Seedling Weeds:
Seedling weeds should be sprayed with 1 to 3.2 L/ha SPRAY & SOW in 50 to 100 L of clean water (see Directions for Use table). Some difficult to control weeds may require a second application 7 to 21 days later, or control may be assisted by a following cultivation.
b) A dvanced weed growth:
While some advanced weeds will be controlled by a single application of SPRAY & SOW many species will require a follow-up cultivation to complete the kill. SPRAY & SOW rapidly desiccates plant material and causes weed roots to loosen their grip on the soil. The results are improved incorporation of plant material, a reduced number of large clods and a more reliable weed kill even in moist soil. Use the recommended rates of SPRAY & SOW in 100 to 200 L of clean water.
Control of transplanted weeds:
Weeds transplanted by unsuccessful cultivation present an extremely difficult problem. If there is a risk that cultivation will result in weeds being transplanted (particularly under moist soil conditions) it is recommended that the weeds be sprayed with SPRAY & SOW prior to cultivation (see previous section). Weeds partly covered by soil and clods provide poor conditions for successful chemical weed control. The best results will be achieved by allowing the weeds to make some regrowth to provide an adequate chemical target. Apply the highest rate of SPRAY & SOW preferably spraying in the late afternoon or early evening.

Use of SPRAY & SOW for the control of seedling weeds immediately before sowing Procedure (7)
a) Sowing with full disturbance (full combine):
The cultivation action of the combine aids in weed kill. Use 0.8 to 2.4 L of SPRAY & SOW depending upon weed species (see Directions for Use table). Sowing should commence within 7 days of spraying.
b) Sowing with minimum disturbance (row crop, no-till planters):
A higher rate of SPRAY & SOW is recommended due to the absence of cultivation. Use SPRAY & SOW at 1 to 3.2 L/ha in southern Australia; 1.2 to 3.2 L/ha in northern Australia (Qld, nthn NSW and NT only).

Compatibility
SPRAY & SOW is compatible with any one of the following herbicides: 2,4-D (amine and ester), Cameo®, Cavalier® (oxyfluorfen), Cutlass® 500 (dicamba), Devrinol†, Diuron 900 WDG, Dual† Gold, Duet® 250EC, Farmozine 900 WDG, Frenock†, Lonestar® 750 WG, Lynx® 600 (metsulfuron methyl), MCPA (amine and ester), Reglone†, Simazine 900 WDG, Solicam† DF, Spinnaker†, Spraytop® 250SL, Stomp†, Tackle® 750WP (chlorsulfuron), Trifluralin 480, Victory®.
Tank mixes with 2,4-D and MCPA formulations should not be more concentrated than 2 parts SPRAY & SOW to 1 part 2,4-D or MCPA. Refer to the manufacturers label for specific details on compatibility and weed control. Mixtures with more than one product may not be compatible and should be checked in a jar test first. Physical compatibility does not guarantee biological compatibility.
SPRAY & SOW is compatible with any one of the following insecticides: Alpha-Scud®, Imidan†, Karate†, Le-mat†, Venom® 80 SC. SPRAY & SOW is compatible with Agral and Wetspray 1000 surfactants.
SPRAY & SOW is not compatible with copper, zinc or manganese sulphates.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Avocado0 - 00 - 0-
Beans0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Canola0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Chickpeas0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Corn, maize0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Cotton0 - 00.8 - 2.47
Lentils0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Lupins0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Mangoes0 - 00 - 0-
Millet0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Pasture0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Peanuts, groundnuts0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Peas0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Potatoes0 - 00 - 0-
Rice0 - 01.6 - 3.2-
Sorghum0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Soybeans0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Sugarcane0 - 01.2 - 3.2-
Sunflowers0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Vetch0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Vines0 - 00 - 0-
Winter barley0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Winter oats0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Winter rye0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Winter triticale0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Winter wheat0 - 00.6 - 3.2-

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