Wipe-Out AccelerateRegistration expired
ADAMA - Herbicide
64395

GROUP M HERBICIDE

Non-selective herbicide for the control of many annual and perennial weeds as specified in the Directions for Use table.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Restraints: DO NOT disturb weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for six hours of daylight following treatment of annual weeds and seven days for perennial weeds to ensure herbicide absorption, unless otherwise specified in critical comments.
CONSERVATION TILLAGE

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

Situation: Prior to sowing a crop or pasture with full soil disturbance by cultivation or sowing with a tyned implement
Weeds: Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Wild Oats, Volunteer Cereals
Rate / ha: 340-660 mL pre-tillering 660-840 mL post tillering

Weeds: Annual Phalaris, Annual Ryegrass, Silvergrass, Winter Grass
Rate / ha: 660-840 mL pre-tillering 840 mL-1 L post tillering

Weeds: Calomba Daisy, Capeweed, Doublegee/ Spiny Emex, Fumitory, Volunteer Lupins, Volunteer Peas
Rate / ha: 340-660 mL less than 8 cm diameter/height 660 mL-1 L greater than 8 cm diameter/height

Weeds: Amsinckia, Dock (seedling), Paterson’s Curse, Saffron Thistle, Scotch Thistle, Spear Thistle, Variegated Thistle, Wild Turnip
Rate / ha: 600-840 mL less than 12 cm diameter/height 840 mL-1 L greater than 12 cm diameter/height

Weeds: Perennial Phalaris, Skeleton Weed, Sorrel, Sub Clover
Rate / ha: 1 L

Critical comments: RATE SELECTION: Use higher rates for advanced weed growth or when treating under cold/overcast conditions.
Cultivation or planting may proceed from 1 hour of daylight after application to seedling annual weeds if a satisfactory seedbed can be created for crop germination and seedling establishment.
SILVERGRASS
When treating dense infestations of Silvergrass, add an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant and use water volumes of 70 L/ha or more and small droplets to improve coverage.
PERENNIAL WEEDS
WIPE-OUT Accelerate will provide seasonal control and reduction in plant numbers. Control of Skeleton Weed requires addition of full soil disturbance at planting.
In Tasmania, for perennial weeds use 1-2 L/ha.

Situation: To commence a fallow OR prior to planting a crop or pasture with an implement that gives minimal soil disturbance or prior to surface seeding of pastures
Weeds: Barley Grass, Canary Grass, Wild Oats, Volunteer Cereals
Rate / ha: 660 mL-1 L

Weeds: Annual Ryegrass, Brome Grass, Capeweed, Hoary Cress, Paterson’s Curse, Saffron Thistle, Scotch Thistle, Silvergrass, Soursob, Spear Thistle, Variegated Thistle, Wild Mustard, Wild Radish, Wild Turnip, Winter Grass
Rate / ha: 1.0-1.3 L

Weeds: Bathurst Burr, Bent Grass, Couch, Dock, Erodium, Flatweed, Kikuyu, Plantain, Paspalum, Perennial Phalaris, Sorrel, Sub Clover, Yorkshire Fog
Rate / ha: 1.25-2.0 L

Critical comments: RATE SELECTION: Use the lower rate on young weeds; increase to the higher rate where grasses reach full tillering or where broadleaf weeds commence stem elongation or budding. Use higher rates in Spring and under cold conditions. In Tasmania use 1-2 L/ha with the higher rate for control of perennial weeds.
PASTURE OR CROP ESTABLISHMENT: DO NOT sow into excessive trash. Excessive plant residues may be removed by grazing after treatment. Planting may proceed from 1 hour of daylight after application to seedling annual weeds if satisfactory a seedbed can be created for crop germination and seedling establishment.
AERIAL (OR SURFACE) SEEDING: Delay seeding until trash level is reduced to allow for satisfactory placement of broadcast seed on the soil surface.
Bathurst Burr: For mature weeds use the higher rate.
Bent Grass: Use the 1.7 L/ha rate. Apply in late Spring following initiation of seed-head emergence. Follow up with full disturbance with a tyned implement 10-21 days after spraying.
Couch, Kikuyu, Paspalum: Use the higher rate on dense infestations. Apply sequential treatments during Summer and Autumn. Repeat applications will be required for full control. For improved control, use in conjunction with cultivation.
Kikuyu, Paspalum: Use the low rate for suppression, the high rate for control.
Dock, Flatweed: Use the maximum rate for full control.
Hoary Cress: Use at a rate of 1 L/ha. Treat from late rosette to early flowering.
Silvergrass: When treating dense infestations of Silvergrass, add an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant and use water volumes of 70 L/ha or more and small droplets to improve coverage.
Soursob: Use at 1 L/ha. Treat at tuber exhaustion.
Annual Ryegrass: Glyphosate resistance biotypes have been detected in Australia. If glyphosate resistance weeds are known to be present, apply an additional method of control.

Weeds: Poa Tussock
Rate / ha: 2.0-2.7 L
Critical comments: TIMING: Treat fresh regrowth (at least 14 days after heavy grazing) after Autumn break and before onset of heavy frosts. Sowing may start from 14 days after spraying.

PASTURE TOPPING
Weeds: Annual Ryegrass
Rate / ha: 300-680 mL

Weeds: Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Capeweed, Silvergrass
Rate / ha: 200-300 mL

Weeds: Calomba Daisy
Rate / ha: 300 mL

Critical comments: Remove livestock prior to application to allow even regrowth.
Use lower rate if grasses are flowering and higher rate if at the milky dough stage. Apply to Capeweed and Calomba Daisy at flowering.
DO NOT add an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant.

Situation: Seed-Head Suppression
Weeds: Bent Grass
Rate / ha: 240-420 mL
Critical comments: Apply treatments late October to late November, before seedheads have emerged. Add an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant. Use the higher rate where growth is excessive. Graze hard after spraying.

Situation: NSW, Vic, Tas only For control/ suppression prior to establishing crops or improved pasture species
Weeds: Serrated Tussock
Rate / ha: 2.7-4.0 L
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing and stress free plants. Best results May to October.
Application: Boom spray volume of 70 L/ha or more is recommended to improve plant coverage. Also see Aerial Equipment.
Surfactants: Addition of 200 mL of an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant to 100 L of spraying solution may improve control of serrated tussock.
Site Preparation: Burning of Serrated Tussock 10-12 months before spraying or slashing/heaving grazing (cell grazing) 2 weeks before spraying is essential for good results (Note: Serrated Tussock is almost indigestible and prolonged exposure can lead to starvation and death of stock).
Rates: Use lower rate on Serrated Tussock regrowth after burning (no residual dead foliage). Use higher rate on Serrated Tussock that has been slashed or grazed (may contain some residual dead foliage).

Situation: For prevention of seed head emergence and seed formation
Weeds: Serrated Tussock
Rate / ha: 500-840 mL
Critical comments: Apply to actively growing and stress free plants. Best results obtained during mid September-mid October.
Apply prior to any seed head emergence. Also see Aerial Equipment.
Surfactants: Addition of 200 mL of an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant to 100 L of spraying solution may improve results.
Rates: The lower rates will be less damaging to desirable pasture species. If seed head emergence is imminent then higher rates will give better results.

NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

Situation: In fallow or prior to planting a crop. Cotton: Shielded sprayers
Weeds: Paradoxa Grass, Volunteer Cereals, Wild Oats
Rate / ha: 340-660 mL

Weeds: African Turnip Weed, Black Pigweed, Boggabri Weed, Caltrop (Yellow Vine), Deadnettle, Mintweed, Milk (sow) Thistle, Stinkgrass (Lovegrass), Sweet Summer Grass, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Sorghum
Rate / ha: 550-660 mL up to 5 true leaves or 3 cm in diameter/height 660 mL-1.35 L greater than 5 true leaves or 3 cm in diameter/height

Weeds: Annual Ground Cherry, Barnyard Grass, Bladder Ketmia, Button Grass, Camel (Afgan) Melon, Caustic Weed, Columbus Weed, Liverseed Grass, Mexican Poppy, Native Millet, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Pigweed (up to 25 cm diameter), Spear Thistle, Stinking Goosefoot, Thornapple (Datura), Turnip Weed, Wild/Prickly Lettuce, Wireweed
Rate / ha: 660 mL-1.35 L

Critical comments: RATE SELECTION: Use the lower rates on young weeds; increase to the higher rate where weeds are dense or well developed. Dense infestations of some weeds eg. Barnyard Grass, Liverseed (Urochloa) Grass may need follow up treatments for complete control.
TANK MIXTURES: Read and follow all label directions, restraints, plant-back and withholding periods, regional use restrictions and safety directions for the tank mix products. Tank mixes with atrazine may give unacceptable knockdown control of certain weeds.
DO NOT apply the tankmix for control of Barnyard Grass, Liverseed Grass or Milk Thistle.
Ammonium sulphate may enhance knockdown weed control where tank mixtures of atrazine are used.
SHIELDED SPRAYERS: Apply WIPE-OUT Accelerate to weeds growing between crop rows using a shielded sprayer.
DO NOT apply in cotton less than 20 cm high.
DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the cotton plant as severe injury may result.
PASTURE OR CROP ESTABLISHMENT: DO NOT sow into excessive trash.
Excessive plant residues may be removed by grazing after treatment.
Cultivation or planting may proceed from 1 hour of sunlight after application to seedling annual weeds if a satisfactory seedbed can be created for crop germination and seedling establishment.

Weeds: Prickly Paddy Melon
Rate / ha: 640 mL-1.3 L plus 80 mL Garlon 600
Critical comments: DO NOT add crop oil.

Weeds: Climbing Buckwheat (< 12 leaf), Couch, Johnson Grass
Rate / ha: 1.3-2.0 L
Critical comments: Use the higher rate on plants at the flowering/seedhead stage. For Johnson Grass apply to plants with a minimum of 30 cm new growth. For long term control of Couch and Johnson Grass, repeat applications will be required.

Weeds: Nutgrass
Rate / ha: 2 L followed by 2 L
Critical comments: Make first application to actively growing plants when the majority of plants have reached at least the 6-8 leaf stage but preferably later. Allow for maximum re-emergence before retreating.

SUGARCANE
Situation: Inter-Row Spraying
Weeds: Annual and Perennial Grasses and Broadleaf Weeds
Rate / ha: 1.2-5 L
Critical comments: Apply to weeds growing between crop rows using a ground based hooded and shielded sprayer. Apply at early growth stage of crop, before formation of the cane. Apply no more than 3 applications, to a maximum of 12 L/ha per crop.
DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the crop as severe injury may result.

Situation: Ratoon Spray Out Qld, NSW only
Weeds: Sugarcane Ratoon Regrowth
Rate / ha: 4-6 L
Critical comments: Apply under good growing conditions only to actively growing ratoons 60-120 cm tall.
DO NOT apply if plants are under stress from low moisture or water logging.
Use the lower rate for suppression or where cultivation is to follow.
Use higher rate for control.

SORGHUM
Situation: Sorghum Control
Weeds: Grain Sorghum (pre-harvest)
Rate / ha: 1-1.35 L
Critical comments: DO NOT apply if crop is under stress from low moisture, frost, cold or waterlogging. Apply when grain moisture is less than 25%. Use the higher rate where the crop has produced significant number of late tillers or where following crops will be established without further treatment. DO NOT apply to crops intended for seed production. Treatment may increase potential for crop lodging.

Weeds: Grain Sorghum (post-harvest)
Rate / ha: 660 mL-1.35 L
Critical comments: Slashed/grazed stubble. Apply when fresh regrowth is at least 20 cm high. Use the higher rate on standing stubble or where regrowth from slashed sorghum has advanced beyond 50 cm in height.

COTTON
Situation: Pre-Harvest
Weeds: Bathurst Burr, Noogoora Burr, Winter Annual Weeds
Rate / ha: 840 mL-1.7 L
Critical comments: Treatments may be applied alone or in a tank mix with Dropp* or Harvade*.
Apply when 60% of bolls are open. When tank mixed with conditioner/defoliant treatments, a slightly higher proportion of cotton leaf may be retained particularly where higher rates are used and conditions are unfavourable for defoliation.

FIELD PEAS, FABA BEANS
Situation: PRE-HARVEST APPLICATION to reduce viable seed set of weeds in: Field Peas (Pisum sativum), Faba Beans (Vicia faba)
Weeds: Annual Ryegrass (Lolium rigidum)
Rate / ha: 320-680 mL
Critical comments: Use lower rate if Ryegrass is flowering and higher rate if Ryegrass is at milky dough stage. Application should be made at or after crop maturity.
Application before this time may significantly reduce yields (in practice losses in excess of 25% can occur). Apply when the average seed moisture content is below 30%. For faba beans, this is indicated by the pods going black, and for field peas by the pods going yellow.
DO NOT harvest within 7 days after application.
DO NOT use on crops intended for seed or sprouting.
Glyphosate resistance biotypes have been detected in Australia.
If glyphosate resistance weeds are known to be present, apply an additional method of control.

WHEAT
Situation: PRE-HARVEST APPLICATION as Harvest Aid and Weed Control: Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
Weeds: Annual Weeds
Rate / ha: 900 mL-1.8 L
Critical comments: Apply to mature crop from late dough stage (28% moisture) onwards.
The higher rate will be required when crops are heavy and leaf shading effects may occur.
DO NOT harvest within 7 days after application.
DO NOT use on crops intended for seed or sprouting.
Where wheat is grown in rotation with any herbicide tolerant crop, management should be consistent with implementation of any management plan for herbicide tolerant crops.

ADZUKI BEANS, CHICKPEAS, COWPEAS, FABA BEANS, FIELD PEAS, LENTILS, MUNGBEANS, SOYBEAN
Situation: PRE-HARVEST APPLICATION To desiccate a crop as a harvest aid and weed control Adzuki Beans, Chickpeas, Cowpeas, Faba Beans, Field Peas, Lentils, Mungbeans, Soybean (Application to crops intended for seed production or for sprouting may reduce germination percentage to commercially unacceptable levels.)
Weeds: Annual Weeds
Rate / ha: 680 mL-1.8 L
Critical comments: Apply with boom or by air. Use higher rates where crops or weeds are dense and where faster dessication is required. Application should be made at or after crop maturity.
Chickpeas and Lentils: Apply when physiologically mature and less than 15% green pods.
Soybean: Apply only after seed pod have lost all green colour and 80-90% of leaves have dropped.
Mungbeans/Adzuki and Cowpea: Apply to mature crops when pods are brown/black.
Field Peas: Apply when seeds turn yellow and average seed moisture content is below 30%.
Faba Beans: Apply when pods turn black and average seed moisture content is below 30%.
DO NOT harvest within 7 days of application. Speed of crop desiccation is dependent on crop stage, growing conditions and weather conditions during and after application.

CHICKPEAS
Situation: PRE-HARVEST APPLICATION as harvest aid and weed control: Chickpeas (Application to crops intended for seed production or for sprouting may reduce germination percentage to commercially unacceptable levels.)
Weeds: Annual Weeds
Rate / ha: 500 mL-1.1 L plus 5 g Lynx® WG Herbicide
Critical comments: Apply with boom or by air. Apply when chickpeas are physiologically mature and less than 15% of green pods are present.
Use higher rates where crops or weeds are dense and where faster dessication is required.
DO NOT harvest within 7 days of application. Speed of crop desiccation is dependent on crop stage, growing conditions and weather conditions during and after application.

USE SITUATIONS

Situation: GENERAL WEED CONTROL For general weed control in domestic areas (home gardens), commercial, industrial and public service areas, agricultural buildings and other farm situations for specific weeds refer to the appropriate weeds controlled table
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: For the control of many grasses and broadleaf weeds.
RATE: 7 mL per litre of water
Apply when weeds are actively growing.
Apply to ensure complete and uniform wetting of foliage. Visible symptoms may take from 3 to 7 days to develop.

Situation: Agricultural Areas
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be used for control of annual, perennial and woody weeds as directed, in agricultural land prior to sowing of any edible or non-edible crop, but not prior to transplanting tomato seedlings.

Situation: Dry drains and channels only
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT spray across open bodies of water, and DO NOT allow spray to enter the water.
DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels and drains within 4 days of application.

Situation: Forests
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be used prior to establishment of nurseries, for site preparation prior to planting and amongst established trees using a directed or shielded spray, or using selective wiper equipment.
DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact any part of the tree. DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact foliage or green bark of desirable trees, since severe injury may result.

Situation: Non-Agricultural Areas Around buildings, commercial and industrial areas, domestic and public service areas, rights-of-way
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: WIPE-OUT Accelerate does not provide residual weed control. For residual weed control of annual weeds, WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be tank mixed with certain residual herbicides.
See Tank Mixtures/Compatibility.

Situation: Tree and Vine Crops Avocado, Banana, Blueberries, Citrus Fruits, Custard Apples, Duboisia, Figs-Dessert, Guava, Hops, Kiwifruit, Litchi, Mango, Monstera-Fruit, Nuts (including Almond, Pecan, Macadamia, Pistachio and Walnut), Olives, Pawpaw, Persimmons, Pome Fruit, Raspberries, Stone Fruit, Tea, Vineyards
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: Apply as directed or shielded spray or using wiper equipment.
DO NOT apply as a spray near trees or vines less than 3 years old unless they are effectively shielded from spray and spray drift.
DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact any part of the tree, vine or palm.
Citrus fruit, nuts, olives, pome fruit & vineyards: DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact green bark or stems, canes, laterals, suckers, fresh wounds, foliage or fruit.
Hops: Apply in Winter, prior to crop emerging from dormancy.
Tea: Apply a maximum of 2.7 L/ha by shielded boom or directed off-centre nozzle or 340 mL/100 L by directed hand-gun or knapsack to avoid application to the crop.
All other crops: DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the plant including the trunk.
Caution: Where split bark on kiwifruit and green stems on pawpaw occur, extreme care is required.

Situation: ANNUAL WEEDS Amaranth, Annual Ryegrass, Bathurst Burr, Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Barnyard Grass, Caltrop, Canary Grass, Capeweed, Chickweed, Cobblers Peg, Deadnettle, Doublegee, Fumitory, Ground Cherry, Hedge Mustard, Lesser Swinecress, Liverseed Grass, Mintweed, Noogoora Burr, Paradoxa Grass, Paterson’s Curse, Pigweed, Potato Weed, Saffron Thistle, Silvergrass, Sow Thistle, Spear Thistle, Spiny Burrgrass, Spurge, Sub Clover, Thornapple, Wild Mustard, Wild Oats, Wild Turnip, Winter Grass, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Cereals
Boom rate / ha:
Boom: 1.35-2 L/ha
Handgun: 330-480 mL per 100 L
Knapsack: 50-70 mL per 15 L
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: Apply to weeds whenever they are not subject to stress due to drought or frost.
Use higher rate on weeds over 15 cm in height or diameter or where dense weed cover limits spray coverage. Use higher spot spraying rate when applying less than 5 L spray per 100 sqm.
WIPE-OUT Accelerate does not provide residual weed control. Repeat treatments may be necessary to control later germinating weeds.
For residual control of annual weeds WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be tank-mixed with certain residual herbicides. See Tank Mixtures in the General Instructions.
DO NOT use an atrazine tank-mix for control of Barnyard Grass or Liverseed Grass.
Annual Ryegrass: Glyphosate resistance biotypes have been detected in Australia.
If glyphosate resistance weeds are known to be present, apply an additional method of control.

Situation: PERENNIAL WEEDS Artichoke Thistle, African Lovegrass, Bent Grass, Carpet Grass, Cocksfoot, Flatweed, Johnson Grass, Kangaroo Grass, Kikuyu, Nutgrass (Cyperus rotundus), Paspalum, Phalaris, Plantains, Poa Tussock, Prairie Grass, Queensland Blue Grass, Red-leg Grass, Rhodes Grass, Rope Twitch, Sorrel, Soursob, Yorkshire Fog
Boom rate / ha:
Boom: 2-4 L/ha
Handgun: 470-660 mL per 100 L
Knapsack: 70-100 mL per 15 L
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: Control of established perennials is best obtained when plants are at the seedhead stage. In general best control of Winter growing perennials is obtained with application during Winter-Spring.
Best control of Summer growing perennials is obtained with application late Summer and Autumn.
For Nutgrass in cultivated situations apply sequential treatments when Nutgrass has a minimum of 6-8 leaves.
Use the higher rate in uncultivated situations.
For Rhodes Grass, Rope Twitch, Prairie Grass, Qld Blue Grass, Johnson Grass, Kangaroo Grass, Kikuyu, Redleg Grass, Paspalium and Sorrel, use the higher rates only.

Situation: Blady Grass, Bracken, Couch, Guinea Grass, Paragrass*, Silverleaf Nightshade, Water Couch* * Use on Dry Drains and Channels ONLY (see Use Situations Critical Comments above)
Boom rate / ha:
Boom: 6 L/ha
Handgun: 870 mL or 1.35 L per 100 L
Knapsack: 130 or 200 mL per 15 L
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: For Bracken add Pulse at 200 mL/100 L spray mix.
Best control of Couch in WA and SA is obtained with Spring treatment.
Most effective control of Couch in eastern states is obtained with Summer and Autumn treatments.
In cultivated situations use sequential treatments of 1.9-4.3 L/ha for control.
Only use higher rates for handgun and knapsack for Silverleaf Nightshade.

Situation: WOODY WEEDS Bamboo, Bitou Bush, Boneseed, Boxthorn, Crofton Weed, Gorse, Groundsel Bush, Lantana, Mistflower
Boom rate / ha:
Handgun: 330-660 mL per 100 L
Knapsack: 50-100 mL per 15 L
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: Apply to actively growing plants. DO NOT apply to drought stressed plants.
Further treatment may be necessary to restrict seedling re-establishment.
Bamboo: Apply when foliage/regrowth is 1-2 m tall. Use higher rate only.
Bitou Bush/Boneseed: Apply higher rate on bushes >1.5 m.
Best results are achieved when treated at peak flower during Winter.
Boxthorn: Minimum rate is 470 mL for handgun and 70 mL for knapsack.
Groundsel Bush: Apply higher rate on bushes >2 m. DO NOT apply in Winter.
Minimum rate is 470 mL for handgun and 70 mL for knapsack.
Gorse: Always add Pulse at 200 mL/100 L of spray mix, use higher rate only.
Lantana: Use higher rate only. Addition of Pulse (200 mL/100 L) may improve control.
Boxthorn, Gorse, Lantana: Removal of bushes (after complete brownout), pasture improvement or further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.

Situation: Blackberry, Chinese Scrub, Eucalyptus spp. (seedlings <2 m), Hawthorn, Pampas Grass, Sifton Bush, Sweet Briar, Willow (<2 m)
Boom rate / ha:
Handgun: 660-870 mL per 100 L
Knapsack: 100-140 mL per 15 L
Critical comments - read application checklist before using. See Annual, Perennial and Woody weeds section below for most appropriate use: Apply to actively growing plants. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement or further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth.
Blackberry: Apply from flowering to leaf fall, use higher rates on old dense infestations >2 m high, in Tasmania, DO NOT treat bushes bearing mature fruit.
Chinese Scrub: Use higher rates on bushes >1 m.
Eucalyptus spp.: Add Pulse at 200 mL/100 L of spray mix.
Hawthorn: Apply from flowering to leaf fall, use higher rates on bushes >2 m.
Pampas Grass: Allow regrowth to reach 1 m, best results apply after flowering.
Sifton Bush: Use higher rates on bushes >1 m.
Sweet Briar: Apply from late flowering to leaf fall, use 1-1.35 L/100 L, and 150-200 mL/15 L. Use higher rates on bushes >1.5 m.

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

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:
WHEAT AND LEGUMES: DO NOT HARVEST, GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.
ALL OTHER USES: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
WIPE-OUT Accelerate is a non-volatile, non-selective, water soluble liquid herbicide for the control of annual and perennial grasses and broadleaf weeds in a wide range of agricultural and non-agricultural use situations.
WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be used for weed control on agricultural land prior to planting any edible or non-edible crop but not prior to transplanting tomatoes.
When applying this product prior to transplanting crops into plastic mulch, care must be taken to remove residues of this product from the plastic prior to transplanting.
Residues can be removed by 2 cm of natural rainfall or by applying water via a sprinkler irrigation system.
WIPE-OUT Accelerate is absorbed by plant foliage and green stems.
It is inactivated on clay and organic matter in soil and does not provide residual weed control.
WIPE-OUT Accelerate moves through the plant from the point of contact throughout the plant. Initial visible effects on annual weeds take 3-7 days but may not be noticeable for 2 to 3 weeks under cool cloudy conditions or on some perennial weeds.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING
WIPE-OUT® Accelerate is a member of the Glycines group of herbicides. WIPE-OUT Accelerate has the inhibition of EPSP synthase mode of action. For weed resistance management WIPE-OUT Accelerate is a Group M herbicide.
Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to WIPE-OUT Accelerate and other Group M 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 may not be controlled by WIPE-OUT Accelerate or other Group M 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 WIPE-OUT Accelerate to control resistant weeds.

CROP ESTABLISHMENT
WIPE-OUT Accelerate is recommended for control of emerged weeds prior to crop establishment. Cultivation and/or planting operations which provide conditions suitable for crop emergence and establishment are required following herbicide application. Where heavy weed growth is present or soil conditions are unsuitable, planting should be delayed to allow for decay of weeds and/or development of more favourable soil conditions for the formation of a suitable seedbed. Incorporation of green or decaying vegetation may retard crop emergence under cold, wet conditions. Vegetation may be reduced by grazing and weed decay assisted by cultivation to leave trash on the soil surface.

MIXING
WIPE-OUT Accelerate mixes readily with water. Reduced results may occur if water containing suspended clay or organic matter is used e.g. from dams, streams and irrigation channels, or a high level of calcium, magnesium or bicarbonate ions.
DO NOT mix, store or apply this product in galvanised steel or unlined steel containers or spray tanks, since a highly flammable gas mixture may be formed. Use stainless steel, aluminium, brass copper, fibreglass, plastic or plastic lined containers or spray tanks.
Spray tanks, pumps, lines and nozzles should be thoroughly cleaned with clean water following application. Ensure that the spray tank is free of any residue of other spray solutions prior to mixing. Use spray solutions promptly as a gradual loss of activity may occur over a period of days following spray preparation.
Mixing Instructions:
1. Fill the spray tank 1/3 to 1/2 full clean water and start agitation.
2. If adding ammonium sulphate, use a 2% v/v and mix thoroughly.
3. If tank-mixing, add recommended herbicide/insecticide/additive to the spray tank and mix thoroughly.
4. Add WIPE-OUT Accelerate and the remaining water. Mix thoroughly.
5. Add Wetspray 1000 or Pulse Penetrant or an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant, if required, near the end of the filling process.
6. Always maintain adequate agitation during application and use the tank mix promptly.
Clean all equipment after use by washing thoroughly with water.

TANK MIXTURES
WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be tank-mixed with the following herbicides, insecticides and adjuvants. Read and follow all label directions, restraints, plant-back and withholding periods, and safety directions for the tank-mix products. In multiple product tank mixes a minimum water volume of 50 L/ha is recommended and local advice should be sought. Correct mixing order is important as in good in-tank agitation when application/spraying is occuring.
Herbicides: LV Ester 600 (2,4-D ester), Zulu® 300 (2,4-D isopropylamine), Lynx® WG, Affinity*, Avadex* Xtra, Cameo®, Cavalier® (oxyfluorfen), Cutlass® (dicamba), Duet®, Express*, Eclipse*, Farmozine 900 WDG, Simazine 900 WDG (atrazine/simazine flowable or granular), MCPA LVE, Flagship®, Flame*, Garlon* 600, Hammer*, Lonestar®, Logran* B Power (ensure fully dispersed prior to addition of WIPE-OUT Accelerate), Pendimethex®, Safari®, Tackle®, Trilogy® (trifluralin), Victory®. The addition of Cavalier at 75 mL/ha to recommended rates of WIPE-OUT Accelerate prior to planting winter cereals will improve knockdown of certain weeds.
Insecticides: This Product is compatible with the following insecticides Alpha-Scud® Elite, Dimethoate 400, Fenitrothion 1000, Gusathion*, Karate*, Le mat*, Metasystox*, Scud® Elite, Strike-Out® 500EC, Venom® 100EC. Other brands have not been tested.
As formulations of other products are beyond the control of Adama, all mixtures should be tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.
Adjuvants - an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant:
an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant is recommended for the control of Silver Grass and Annual Ryegrass in late Winter and Spring. An approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant is not a general purpose surfactant and should only be used where recommended. Rate: 200 mL/100 L spray solution.
Adjuvants – Pulse Penetrant: Pulse Penetrant is recommended for the control of Bracken and many woody weeds.
Rate: 200 mL/100 L spray solution.
Adjuvants – Ammonium Sulphate: Crystalline (or solution) ammonium sulfate may be used as an adjuvant to alleviate the adverse effects of high levels of calcium, magnesium and bicarbonate ions in water.
Rate: 2 L/100 L spray solution.

APPLICATION
Boom Equipment: For boom application, a spray volume of 80 L/ha or less is recommended for optimum performance. Nozzles and pressure settings should be selected to deliver a MEDIUM or MEDIUM-COARSE size droplet at the target (BCPC - British Crop Protection Council Standard). The use of nozzles and/or pressure settings that produce VERY FINE or FINE droplets should be avoided as these are prone to loss or drift. In multiple product tank mixes a minimum water volume of 50 L/ha is recommended and local advice should be sought. Correct mixing order is important as in good in-tank agitation when application is occurring.
For shielded applications a spray volume of 80 L/ sprayed ha is recommeneded using nozzle types and pressure settings to deliver a COARSE (BCPC) size droplet at the target. Crop damage may result if spray drift occurs through incorrect nozzle and/or pressure selection, inadequate shielding and/or wind strength, high evaporation rates or excessive ground speed.
Wiper Equipment: Wiper equipment (eg. Ropewick, canvas, felt or carpet applicators) may be used to apply WIPE-OUT Accelerate. Avoid contact with desirable vegetation. Operate wiper equipment a minimum of 10 cm above the crop or pasture. Weeds should be at least 15 cm above the crop or pasture at time of application. Speed of travel should be no greater than 8 km/h. Best results are achieved at lower speeds and where two applications are made in opposite directions (double pass). Where weeds are of variable height, or occur in dense infestations or clumps, some plants may not be contacted by the herbicide solution. In these cases repeat treatment may be necessary.
Rate: Mix 700 mL WIPE-OUT Accelerate with 2.3 litres clean water. Adjust flow rate to suit equipment.
Aerial Equipment: WIPE-OUT Accelerate may be applied by aircraft for control of weeds in forests, cropland or pasture prior to establishment of crops, new pastures or new forest plantings and for pre-harvest applications up to a maximum rate of 2.7 L/ha where specified by this label.
DO NOT apply treatments by aircraft in situations where drift onto sensitive crops and pastures is likely to occur.
Apply treatments using boom or micronaire equipment using a spray volume not less than 20 L/ha and using settings to produce a median droplet diameter of 250-350 microns. In multiple product tank mixes a minimum water volume of 50 L/ha is recommended and local advice should be sought. Correct mixing order is important. Swath width should be set to take into account aircraft type, wind conditions and target height. Swath width will need to be reduced to avoid striping under light wind conditions and/or application to tall, dense targets e.g. preharvest application, treatments in heavy crop stubble.
Thoroughly wash aircraft after each day of spraying to remove herbicide residues.
Application in Hilly Terrain: Increase water volume to 30-80 L/ha and increase median droplet diameter of output to at least 300 microns to optimise deposition of spray output onto weeds.
Air Temperature and Relative Humidity: DO NOT apply WIPE-OUT Accelerate by aircraft at temperatures above 30˚C. Increase spray output to at least 30 L/ha when temperatures rise above 25˚C. Avoid application when relative humidity falls below 35%.

AVOID DRIFT
DO NOT apply treatments with spraying equipment or under weather conditions which are likely to cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible crops, pastures or other sensitive plants.
DO NOT apply treatments under very light (< 4 km/h) or inversion conditions or where wind speeds exceed 12 km/h.

APPLICATION CHECKLIST
DO NOT treat weeds under poor growing conditions due to moisture stress, waterlogging, severe frosting, insect damage etc.
Reduced performance may also occur where weeds are covered with dust or silt.
DO NOT add surfactants, adjuvants or other pesticides except as specifically directed on this label.
Rain within 1 hour of application which causes run-off may require retreatment. Rainfastness is reduced if weeds are not actively growing, under stress or conditions of low light intensity/darkness.
The addition of an approved 1040 g/L Octyl Phenol Ethoxylate surfactant may improve rainfastness on winter annual weeds. A withholding period for grazing is not required. However, it is recommended that grazing of treated plants be delayed to ensure herbicide uptake.
Certain plants such as Soursob, Variegated Thistle, Sorghum and Johnson Grass may be naturally toxic to stock when eaten in large quantities under certain conditions.
Where plants are known to be toxic, grazing should be delayed until complete dessication of treated plants has occurred.
Apply treatments to weeds which have at least one true leaf (broadleaf weeds) or two leaves (grasses) to provide an adequate surface area for herbicide uptake.
If heavy grazing has occurred, allow regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and use the higher rates recommended.

PRECAUTIONS
DO NOT use human flaggers/markers unless they are protected by engineering controls such as enclosed cabs.
Re-entry Period: DO NOT enter treated areas until spray has dried. When prior entry is necessary, wear personal protective equipment as specified in the Safety Directions.

CropsBBCHRegistred normPreharvest Interval
Glyphosate0 - 00.32 - 1.8-

Effective