Product use illegal from 30/06/2016
A foliar applied translocated herbicide for the control of annual and perennial grass and broad-leaved weeds before sowing or planting of all crops. For use pre-harvest in cereals and certain other crops, destruction of grassland, and in stubbles, set-aside, orchards, forestry and non-crop areas.
Degraded by micro-organisms/microbes in the soil.
A soluble concentrate containing 360 g/l glyphosate present as 480 g/l (41.1% w.w.) of the isopropylamine salt of glyphosate
and polyoxyethylene amine surfactant.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
When used as directed Glyphogan 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.
Under certain conditions the performance of Glyphogan can be improved by the use of additional surfactant. Where Glyphogan is used at rates of 2.0 l/ha (1.4 pt/ac) or less, an ethoxylated tallowamine surfactant should be added to the spray solution. Where conventional hydraulic sprayers are being used an ethoxylated tallowamine surfactant should be added to the spray tank solution at the rate of 0.5 litres (0.9 pints) for each 100 litres (22 gals) water volume.
Do not add extra surfactant when using a rotary atomiser sprayer.
Refer to the following tables for those uses where the addition of ethoxylated tallowamine surfactant is recommended.
|Registered for cultures||Rate||Preharvest Interval|
|Winter wheat||4 l||7|
|Spring wheat||4 l||7|
|Spring barley||4 l||7|
|Winter barley||4 l||7|
|Spring oats||4 l||7|
|Winter oats||4 l||7|
|Winter rape||4 l||14|
|Spring rape||4 l||14|
|White mustard||4 l||8|