Ireland

Clearall 360

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DHM Agrochemicals - herbicide
04865

A foliar applied herbicide for the control of annual and perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds before sowing or planting all crops. For use pre-harvest in cereals and certain other crops, destruction of grassland, and in stubbles, orchards, forestry and non-crop areas.

This product is an aqueous concentrate containing 360 g/l glyphosate (30.7% w/w) present as the isopropylamine salt formulated with ethoxylated tallow amine.

FOR USE ONLY AS AN AGRICULTURAL/HORTICULTURAL/FORESTRY/INDUSTRIAL HERBICIDE

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
IMPORTANT: This information is approved as part of the Product Label. All instructions within this section must be read carefully in order to obtain safe and successful use of thisproduct.

WINTER WHEAT, SPRING WHEAT, DURUM WHEAT, WINTER BARLEY, SPRING BARLEY, WINTER OATS, SPRING OATS, COMBINING PEAS, FIELD BEANS
Weeds: Common couch, Perennial broad-leaved weeds. 
Rate: 4l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 4l/ha. Latest time of application: 7 days before harvest.

OILSEED RAPE, LINSEED
Weeds: Common couch, Perennial broad-leaved weeds. 
Rate: 4l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 4l/ha. Latest time of application: 14 days before the harvest.

STUBBLES
Weeds: Common Couch, Perennial grasses, Volunteer potatoes.
Rate: 4l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 4l/ha. Latest time of application: 5 days before drilling or plantingof the crop; 2 days before drilling or plantingof the following crop.

GRASSLAND
Weeds: Annual meadow grass, Italian ryegrass, Perennial ryegrass, Broadleaf dock, Common nettle.
Rate: 6l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 6l/ha. Latest time of application: 5 days before harvest, grazing or drilling.

APPLE and PEAR ORCHADS
Weeds: Perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds
Rate: 5l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 5l/ha. Latest time of application: after harvest but before green cluster stage.

CHERRY, PLUM, DAMSON ORCHADS
Weeds: Perennial grasses and broad-leaved weeds
Rate: 5l/ha
Critical comments: maximum total dose - 5l/ha. Latest time of application: after harvest but before white bud stage.

WEEDS CONTROLLED .
CLEARALL 360 is a foliar acting herbicide which controls annual and perennial grasses and most broad-leaved weeds when used as directed. It is translocated from treated vegetative growth to underground roots, rhizomes or stolons.
PERENNIAL GRASS WEEDS MUST HAVE A FULL EMERGENCE OF HEALTHY, GREEN LEAF WHICH IS GROWING ACTIVELY AT THE TIME OF APPLICATION. COMMON COUCH REACHES THE SUSCEPTIBLE STAGE OF GROWTH WHEN TILLERING AND NEW RHIZOME GROWTH COMMENCE WHICH USUALLY OCCURS WHEN PLANTS HAVE 4-5 LEAVES EACH WITH 10-15CM OF NEW GROWTH.
THE MAJORITY OF PERENNIAL BROAD-LEAVED WEEDS ARE MOST SUSCEPTIBLE IF TREATED WHEN THEY ARE GROWING ACTIVELYAND AT, OR NEAR, FLOWERING STAGE. 
ANNUAL WEEDS SHOULD BE GROWING ACTIVELY, WITH GRASSES HAVING AT LEAST 5 CM OF LEAFAND BROAD-LEAVED WEEDS AT LEAST 2 EXPANDED TRUE LEAVES WHEN SPRAYED.
Weeds become less susceptible to CLEARALL 360 when their growth is restricted by natural senescence or by drought, frost, high temperature, a covering of dust or flooding. Reduced control will result if such conditions occur at, or immediately after, spraying.

BREAKDOWN AND FOLLOWING CROPS
Upon soil adsorption the herbicidal properties of CLEARALL 360 are lost permitting the drilling of crops 48 hours after application. Occasionally, a slight check to crop growth may occur, particularly after direct drilling, when crop seeds germinate amongst a mass of decaying foliage, stolons, rhizomes or roots. Thorough cultivations are necessary to disperse or bury the decaying organic matter. Consolidate loose soils and ensure crops are adequately fertilized and appropriate measures are taken to prevent insect and fungus damage to the following crop, especially where following grassland. When used as directed CLEARALL 360 may be applied to all crops to be used for feed, to wheat (including durum wheat) and oat crops intended for milling and to barley intended for malt for brewing. Consult your grain merchant before treating any crop being grown on contract and barley intended for malt for distilling. All varieties of wheat (including durum wheat), barley and oats may be treated to gain harvesting and grain storage benefits resulting from the reduction of green material in the crop.

Weed resistance strategy
There is low risk for the development of weed resistance to Clearall 360. Growers are encouraged to implement a weed resistance strategy based on (a) Good Agricultural Practices and (b) Good Plant Protection Practices by:
Following label recommendations
The adoption of complimentary weed control practices
Minimising the risk of spreading weed infestations
The implementation of good spraying practice to maintain effective weed control
Using the correct nozzles to maximise coverage
Application only under appropriate weather conditions
Monitoring performance and reporting any unexpected results to DHM Agrochemicals Limited.

Strains of some annual weeds (e.g. Black-grass, Wild oats and Italian Ryegrass) have developed resistance to herbicides which may lead to poor control. A strategy for preventing and managing such resistance should be adopted. This should include integrating herbicides with a programme of cultural control measures. Guidelines have been produced and copies are available from your distributor, crop adviser or product manufacturer (DHM Agrochemicals Ltd).

MIXING ANDSPRAYING
Tractor Mounted Applicators. Conventional HydraulicSprayers:
1. Sprayer and Nozzle Selection: All machines should be capable of applying accurately 80-250 l/ha, as a 'MEDIUM' or 'COARSE' quality spray - (BCPC definition) within a pressure range of 1.5-2.5 bars using 80 or 110 degree nozzles. For application pre-harvest of crops it is essential to use a sprayer whose boom may be raised to the correct height.
2. Water Volume: For general use 200-250 l/ha is the preferred volume range. For specific uses, volumes may be reduced to 80-120 l/ha by selecting low volume hydraulic nozzles, and adjusting pressure of application and tractor forward speed.
3. Spray Pressure: Pressures must be related to tractor forward speed, desired water volume and nozzle type. A range of 1.5 - 2.5 bars must be used to ensure optimum results with minimum risk ofdrift.
4. Tractor Forward Speed: Speed of travel must be related to nozzle output characteristics. The typical range is from 4-9 kph. The slower speeds should be selected for applications pre-harvest of crops and where soil conditions could cause excessive boom bounce and yaw at faster speeds.
5. Recommended Nozzle Type, Pressure, Volumes and Tractor Speeds for the Application of 80-120 l/ha: 80 or 110 degree nozzles able to apply the required volume at pressures between 1.5 -2.5 bars at between 4-9 kph are recommended. Examples of these nozzles are available in a separate handbook.
6. Filling the Sprayer: Half fill the spray tank with water and start agitation. Add recommended quantity of CLEARALL 360 herbicide, top-up tankwith water to required level.
7. Calibration: Before using a sprayer and, especially, after nozzles have been changed, it is essential to calibrate the sprayer by checking the output of at least one nozzle for each separate boom section of the sprayer.
8. Operation in the Field: Check the following before starting to spray:
That the nozzles are aligned evenly at the correct angle tothe direction of travel.
That the boom is level over its width.
The boom height permits the correct pattern of spray overlap on the target weeds.

Sprayer Maintenance
Ensure that the sprayer is in good working order by paying particular attention to the condition of the pump, hoses, nozzles or disc assemblies and pressure gauge. Replace damaged, worn or malfunctioning parts. If extra filtration or pressure damp valves have been fitted for low volume work at 80-120 l/ha make certain this equipment is clean and functioning correctly. Carry out maintenance according to the instructions of the sprayer manufacturer. This is of utmost importance when using low volume nozzles.

Hand-heldapplicators
Knapsack Applicator: These may be used in Orchards and Non-crop areas. Normal water volume is 200-300 l/ha but by fitting low volume nozzles it can be reduced to 100-150 l/ha. All applications to be as a 'MEDIUM' or 'COARSE' quality spray (BCPC definition).

Effective
Crops
Glyphosate
BBCH
0 - 0
Registred norm
4 - 6
Preharvest Interval
-