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For the control of certain grasses in crops as per Directions for Use. DO NOT allow annual grass weeds to reach the late tillering stage before application. DO NOT apply at flowering stage of weeds.
DO NOT apply under conditions of high temperature, low humidity and where weeds are drought stressed. Use the higher rate in dense weed populations or under less than ideal weather conditions. Use higher water volumes if weeds are dense.
Apply when lucerne is past the 2 to 3 trifoliate leaf stage. These rates will only control Couch Grass seedlings and Johnson Grass seedlings which are less than 2 months old and established from seed. Some initial chlorotic mottling of leaves may occur at high application rates in some crops. Use higher rate for well established infestations where greater control is required in one season. Use the higher rate for well established weed infestations or when greater control is required in the one season.
Use higher water volumes if weed are dense. Follow up spraying may be necessary if new germinations occur. Repeat spray may be necessary if grasses are more advanced. DO NOT spray over the top of young trees.
Suppression only beyond the 5 leaf stage. Use the higher rate for well established infestations or where greater control is required in one season. Suppression only for Pigeon Grass and Foxtail Tas seedlings beyond the 5 leaf stage. Use higher water volumes if weed growth is dense or where crop is shielding weeds. For spot spraying rates see separate sections.
Annual Ryegrass regrowth may occur if sprayed beyond the early tillering stage. Thoroughly wet target weeds. Always follow critical comments for specific crops. Some export markets apply different standards. To meet these standards, ensure that in addition to complying with the grazing withholding period, the Export Slaughter Interval is observed before stock are sold or slaughtered. It accumulates at growing points, both above ground and in the roots, rhizomes and stolons of grass weeds.
Weed growth and hence competition with the crop stops within 48 hours. First symptoms are not evident for at least a week after application. Growing points turn brown and rot, shoot tips can be easily pulled out after 2 to 3 weeks. Young leaves turn yellow or redden soon after, but more mature leaves may remain green for extended periods.
Weed control is usually complete 3 to 5 weeks after spraying. If treated area is to be grazed following application with Fusilade Forte, allow 7 days to elapse before introducing stock to ensure maximum weed control. The agitation system should be running during mixing and spraying. If agitation ceases and settlement occurs, agitate thoroughly before spraying.
The addition of an adjuvant is not necessary. Time of Application To obtain the maximum benefits of this product, weeds should be sprayed when young and actively growing.
Grasses establishing from seed should be sprayed before tillering occurs. Higher rates will be necessary once tillering commences. For annual grass weeds, spraying must take place before the late tillering stage if a complete kill is desired. Unless otherwise specified in the Critical Comments application may be made at any stage of crop growth but allowing sufficient time for the prescribed withholding period.
Method of Application Good spray coverage is essential for maximum results. Spray equipment must be checked and calibrated accurately prior to application. Boom spraying Check height of boom above the target weeds to ensure the spray is evenly distributed and a double overlap pattern is obtained. Use higher volumes of spray to achieve full coverage of dense, vigorous weed infestations.
Band spraying: Ensure sufficient coverage by using 2 nozzles one either side of the plant row when the crop is beyond the 2 leaf stage. Aerial Application Flying height, pressure, nozzle size and positioning of the aircraft should be such to minimise spray drift.
Avoid spraying in high winds or under temperature inversion conditions. Special care must be taken to avoid drift onto adjacent crops such as cereals, maize or sorghum. Spot Spraying On smaller areas use a knapsack sprayer suitably calibrated.
Cleaning Up After use, clean equipment thoroughly and rinse several times prior to re-use. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly. Stress Conditions Moisture stress is a particular problem, whether caused by drought or short term stresses, resulting from a combination of high temperatures and low humidity or by prior use of pre-emergence herbicides resulting in stunted root growth of weeds.
An irrigation or an effective rainfall must occur immediately before or after spraying if these conditions exist. Other stress situations to avoid include frost, waterlogging and extended cold conditions.
DO NOT spray if any stress conditions are evident just prior to application. Change catalog. Fusilade Forte EC Registration expired. Commodity Track grain, rapeseed, soybean, corn, oil, currency and other commodity price. Get app.
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For the control of certain grasses in crops as per Directions for Use. DO NOT allow annual grass weeds to reach the late tillering stage before application. DO NOT apply at flowering stage of weeds. DO NOT apply under conditions of high temperature, low humidity and where weeds are drought stressed. Use the higher rate in dense weed populations or under less than ideal weather conditions. Use higher water volumes if weeds are dense.
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