A foliar applied translocated herbicide for the control of annual and perennial grass and broad-leaved weeds before sowing and planting in all crops. This product is for use pre-harvest in cereals and certain other crops, destruction of grassland and in set-aside, stubbles, orchards, forestry, industrial and non-crop areas.
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.
RESTRICTIONS OR WARNINGS
Weeds to be treated with Typhoon 360 should be healthy and actively growing at the time of application.
Perennial broad-leaved weeds are best treated at or near flowering, scutch grass is susceptible when tillering and when rhizome growth commences (usually occurs when plants have 4-5 leaves). Annual weed should be sprayed when grasses have a few cms of growth and broad-leaved weeds 2 expanded true leaves.
All weeds need to be growing actively when treated, poor control will result if growth is restricted by natural senescence or by drought, frost, high temperatures or flooding.
Do not apply anything else to the treated area for at least 6 days after application.
A minimum of 6 hours and preferably 24 hours rain free must follow spraying if the chemical is to work effectively.
Do not spray in windy conditions as drift onto other crops or vegetation may cause serious damage.
Filling the sprayer:
Half fill the spray tank with water and start agitation. Add the recommended amount of Typhoon 360 and top up the tank with water to the required level.
It is essential to thoroughly clean out sprayer tanks, pumps, pipelines etc between applying this product and other pesticides to avoid contamination. Use a recommended detergent cleaner for this purpose.
Calibrate the knapsack sprayer to apply the correct rate of Typhoon 360 and the application volume for the area to be covered.
Apply Typhoon 360 in 200-300 l/ha of water. As an example, to apply 6.0 l/ha, add 300 ml to 9.8 litres of water to cover 500 sq. metres.
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