Contains 200 g/l 2,4-D acid equivalent under the 2,4-D ethyl-hexyl ester (EHE) form, Dicamba 85 g/l, 65 g/l triclopyr acid equivalent under the triclopyr butoxy-ethyl ester (BEE) form, formulated as an Emulsion concentrate (EW)
For use as a selective broadleaved weed herbicide for spot-treatment in grassland
Other Specific Restrictions:
When using a knapsack sprayer the maximum concentration must not exceed 30 ml product per 10 litres of water (3 ml product per litre of water). Extreme care must be taken to avoid spray drift onto non-crop plants outside of the target area. Application must be directed at the target weed. No product should be applied to surrounding non-target foliage.
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 this product.
a) RESTRICTIONS OR WARNING
TERBEL TRIPLE EW may be applied to grassland that has been established for a minimum of twelve months.
Do not cut treated grassland for at least 15 days after treatment.
Do not roll or harrow treated grassland within 15 days of spraying or during the 7 days before spraying. Do not treat grass crops intended for seed production.
Do not use applications of TERBEL TRIPLE EW where clover or other legumes are an important part of the sward.
Do not sow any crop into a sward treated withTERBEL TRIPLE EW for at least 3 months after application.
The growth of certain grass species such as bents and Yorkshire Fog may be temporarily suppressed by the application TERBEL TRIPLE EW. EXTREME CARE must be taken to avoid spray drift onto non-crop plants outside of the target area. DO NOT ALLOW SPRAY TO DRIFT into greenhouses, or onto other agricultural or horticultural crops (grapevines, potatoes, sugar beet, fruit crops, lettuce, tomatoes, peas, orchards, vegetables, ornamentals, oilseed rape, tobacco), amenity plantings or gardens. Not to be used in glasshouses.
TERBEL TRIPLE EW contains an ester formulation and vapour may be liable to drift under hot conditions. Assess the risk to plants in the vicinity before spraying.
Do not allow spray applications to come into any contact with desired broad-leaved trees. Although when completely dormant most species of conifers are not susceptible to TERBEL TRIPLE EW, contact with spray should be avoided.
Do not sow any crop into an area treated with TERBEL TRIPLE EW for at least 4 weeks after application.
Keep livestock out of treated areas for at least 15 days. If poisonous weeds such as Ragwort are present do not cut or graze until all of the foliage of these weeds has died and become unpalatable.
b) WEEDS CONTROLLED AND CROP SPECIFIC INFORMATION
TERBEL TRIPLE EW is a weedkiller that can be used as a spot treatment in permanent grassland and rotational grass. TERBEL TRIPLE EW contains 3 active substances: 2,4-D (family of the aryloxyacids), dicamba (family of benzoic acids) and triclopyr (family of the picolinic acids), all active substances acting as a foliar and systemic herbicide.
TERBEL TRIPLE EW should only be applied as a spot treatment.
Apply TERBEL TRIPLE EW to actively growing weeds that have welldeveloped foliage, but before the flower buds have opened. For best results treat Nettles when they are within the range 30-45 cm high. Other broad-leaved weeds are best treated when they have a welldeveloped ‘rosette’ of leaves. Repeat applications in the following seasons may be required for long-term control.
c) MIXING AND SPRAYING
TERBEL TRIPLE EW should be used under good growing conditions, from spring until end of summer, when foliage is well developed but before flowering. Do not treat when senescence is evident.
Volumes Application by hand-held (knapsack) sprayer:
Apply 15 to 30 ml TERBEL TRIPLE EW in 10 litres water (1.5 to 3 ml product/L) /100 m2 as a spot treatment.
Half fill the spray tank with clean water and add the required quantity of ‘TERBEL TRIPLE EW’ to the tank. Complete filling, mix thoroughly and use immediately. Mix only sufficient spray volume for the area to be treated and use the spray immediately.
Mix well before and during spraying operations.
Apply as a MEDIUM spray (BCPC definition) to just before run-off occurs.
DO NOT USE A FINE SPRAY UNDER CONDITIONS WHERE DRIFT IS LIKELY TO OCCUR.
Wash out container thoroughly, empty washings into spray tank and dispose of safely. After use, thoroughly decontaminate the sprayer by rising three times with water.
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