Uni-Spray 250Registration expired
UPL - Herbicide
63274

DANGEROUS POISON
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
CAN KILL IF SWALLOWED
DO NOT PUT IN DRINK BOTTLES
KEEP LOCKED UP
READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

FOR THE CONTROL OF A WIDE RANGE OF GRASSES AND BROAD LEAF WEEDS AS PER DIRECTIONS FOR USE
CAN BE USED IN CROP ESTABLISHMENT PROGRAMS
contains a non-ionic wetting agent
FOR USE ONLY AS AN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE. THIS PRODUCT IS TOO HAZARDOUS TO BE USED IN THE HOME GARDEN.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
RESTRAINTS:
DO NOT spray plants that are waterlogged, under stress of any kind or are 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, handheld ultra low-volume controlled applicators (CDA units) or back mounted equipment.

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

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
Uni-Spray 250 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 the chemicals do not affect crops sown almost immediately after spraying, 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 Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide 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 Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide with other herbicides.

Mixing
The recommended rate of Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide should be added to water in the spray tank and agitated to give even mixing. Agitate again if left standing.

Application (1) Boom spray
Use only through a properly calibrated boom spray 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.

Compatibility
Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide is compatible with any one of the following herbicides: Ally (metsulfuron methyl), Atradex WG, Avadex BW, Banvel 200 (dicamba), 2,4-D (amine and ester), Devrinol, Diurex WG, Dual Gold, Frenock, Glean (chlorsulfuron), Spark (oxyfluorfen), Gramoxone 250, Logran, Lontrel, MCPA (amine and ester), Reglone, Solicam DF, Simagranz, Spinnaker, Stomp, Surflan, trifluralin, Yield.
Tank mixes with 2,4-D and MCPA formulations should not be more concentrated than 2 parts Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide 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.
Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide Is compatible with any one of the following insecticides: Dominex, Imidan, Karate, Le-mat, Talstar.
Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide is compatible with Agral and BS1000 surfactants. Uni-Spray 250 Herbicide is not compatible with copper, zinc or manganese sulfates.

SPRAY APPLICATION
. DO NOT work in spray mist.
. DO NOT continue to use if skin irritation or nose bleed occurs. This may be caused by exposure to spray mist as the result of incorrect use of equipment or adverse climatic conditions. Stop and review handling and spraying techniques before further spraying. If symptoms persist, seek medical advice.
- When there is a risk of exposure to spray mist wear waterproof footwear and waterproof protective clothing, impervious gauntlet length gloves (rubber or PVC), goggles and a face mask and respirator covering nose and mouth and capable of filtering spray droplets. A high efficiency type particulate respirator is recommended, but in any event use a respirator which complies with the requirement of AS1716 (Standards Association of Australia). Further advice on safety equipment should be obtained from a safety equipment manufacturer.
Avoid contacting vegetation wet with spray, but if necessary to do so, wear waterproof footwear and waterproof protective clothing and gloves.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Alfalfa, Lucerne0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Avocado0 - 00 - 0-
Bananas0 - 02.4 - 3.2-
Beans0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Canola0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Chickpeas0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Clover0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Corn, maize0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Cotton0 - 00.8 - 2.47
Fallow0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Lentils0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Lupins0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Lychee0 - 00 - 0-
Mangoes0 - 00 - 0-
Millet0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Mung beans0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Navy beans0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Pasture0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Peanuts, groundnuts0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Peas0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Pigeon peas0 - 00.8 - 2.4-
Pigeon peas0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Potatoes0 - 02.4 - 3.2-
Rice0 - 01.6 - 3.2-
Safflower0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Sorghum0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Soybeans0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Spring rape0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Sugarcane0 - 01.2 - 3.2-
Sunflowers0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Tea0 - 01.6 - 3.2-
Vetch0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Vines0 - 02.4 - 3.2-
Winter barley0 - 00.6 - 3.2-
Winter linseed, flax0 - 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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