Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDCONTENTSDIRECTIONS FOR USE .2RESTRAINTS .2DIRECTIONS FOR USE TABLES (FOR USE IN ALL STATES) .2ROUNDUP READY FLEX COTTON VARIETIES .2ROUNDUP READY CANOLA VARIETIES .5TRUFLEX CANOLA WITH ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY .7GENERAL USE SITUATIONS .9ANNUAL WEEDS .11PERENNIAL WEEDS .12WOODY WEEDS .13CONSERVATION TILLAGE .14WITHHOLDING PERIODS .21PRODUCT INFORMATION .21GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS .21Mixing .21Tank mixing procedure .22Tank mixtures .22Application .22Application check list .23RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING.23Resistant weeds reporting .24PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS AND LIVESTOCK.24PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT .25STORAGE AND DISPOSAL .25SAFETY DIRECTIONS .25FIRST AID .25SAFETY DATA SHEET .25IMPORTANT MANUFACTURER’S NOTICE .25CAUTION: PLEASE READ THIS NOTICE BEORE OPENING THE CONTAINER .25LIMITATION OF LIABILITY .25REMEDY FOR FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH CONSUMER GUARANTEES.25GHS STATEMENTS.261
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDCAUTIONKEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDRENREAD SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USINGRoundup Ready Herbicidewith PLANTSHIELD ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 690 g/kg GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE PRESENT AS THE MONOAMMONIUM SALTGROUPHERBICIDEMHerbicide for the control of many annual and perennial weeds in Roundup Ready , Roundup ReadyFlex , TruFlex with Roundup Ready Technology and Triazine Tolerant-Roundup Ready crops andother situations as per the DIRECTIONS FOR USE.DIRECTIONS FOR USERESTRAINTSRoundup Ready Flex cotton varietiesDO NOT disturb weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for six hours following treatment of annual weeds andseven days for perennial weeds.DO NOT use as the only method of weed control.Roundup Ready canola varietiesDO NOT use as the only method of weed control if glyphosate resistant weeds are suspected or present.TruFlex canola with Roundup Ready TechnologyDO NOT use as the only method of weed control if glyphosate resistant weeds are suspected or present.Conservation tillageTo ensure herbicide absorption, DO NOT disturb weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for 1 day aftertreatment of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds, except where noted.DIRECTIONS FOR USE TABLES (FOR USE IN ALL STATES)ROUNDUP READY FLEX COTTON VARIETIESFOR APPLICATIONS MADE IN ROUNDUP READY FLEX COTTON VARIETIES FROM CROP EMERGENCETO HARVESTNo more than 4 applications1 may be made OVERTHE TOP in any one crop. Any single applicationMUST NOT exceed 1.5 kg/ha.One (1) of the four (4) applications may be madeOVER THE TOP in any one crop between 60%BOLL OPEN STAGE and HARVEST.NO MORE THAN FOUR (4) APPLICATIONS1 MAYBE MADE IN ANY ONE CROPANDTOTAL OF ALL APPLICATIONS1 IN ANY ONECROP MUST NOT EXCEED 6.0 kg/ha.Application at this stage MUST NOT exceed 1.5kg/ha.Note: Total of all applications of any registered glyphosate product in any one crop must not exceed4.14 kg/ha of active constituent.1Tank-mixtures with other herbicides or insecticides are not recommended for over-the-top applications of thisproduct due to the potential for reduced weed control or crop injury to result.Tank mixtures with Dropp may be used providing the crop is 60% open and immature bolls cannot be cut with asharp knife, alternatively where the seed coat in bisected bolls is black in colour.2
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDSITUATION – ROUNDUP READY FLEX COTTON VARIETIESIN CROP UP TO 60% BOLL OPEN STAGENO MORE than FOUR (4) applications2 are permitted in crop up to 60% open stage.Any single application in crop up to 60% boll open MUST NOT exceed 1.5 kg/ha.Total of all applications2 in crop must be no more than four (4) applications through all growth stagesand MUST NOT exceed 6.0 kg/ha.Note: Total of all applications of any registered glyphosate product in any one crop must not exceed4.14 kg/ha of active constituent.2WEEDS CONTROLLEDAnnual ryegrass,African turnip weed,Annual ground cherry,Barnyard grass,Bathurst burr,Black pigweed,Bladder ketmia,Boggabri weed,Button grass,Caltrop (Yellow vine),Camel (Afgan) melon,Caustic weed,Columbus grass,Deadnettle,Liverseed grass,Mexican poppy,Milk (sow) thistle,Mintweed,Native millet,New Zealand spinach,Noogoora burr,Paradoxa grass,Pigweed (up to 25 cm diam.),Spear thistle,Stinkgrass (Lovegrass),Sweet summer grass,Thornapple (Datura),Turnip weed,Variegated thistle,Volunteer cereals,Volunteer sorghum,Wild oats,Wild/Prickly lettuce,WireweedClimbing buckwheat(less than 12 leaves),Couch,Johnson grassRATE520-1.5 kg/haCRITICAL COMMENTSRate selection Use the lower rates on young weedsand increase to the higher rate where weeds are denseor well developed. Dense infestations of some weedse.g. barnyard grass, liverseed (Urochloa) grass mayneed follow up treatments for complete control.980 g-1.5 kg/haUse the higher rate on plants at the flowering/seedhead stage. For Johnson grass apply to plants with aminimum of 30 cm new growth. For long term control ofcouch and Johnson grass, repeat applications will berequired.Nutgrass1.5 kg/haMake first application to actively growing plants whenfollowed bythe majority of nutgrass plants have reached at least1.5 kg/hathe 6-8 leaf stage but preferably later. Allow formaximum re-emergence before retreating.NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESSAUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.3
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDSITUATION – ROUNDUP READY FLEX COTTON VARIETIESIN CROP between 60% BOLL OPEN STAGE and HARVESTNO MORE than one (1) application.DO NOT use on crops intended for seed production.Application made between 60% open stage and harvest MUST NOT exceed 1.5 kg/ha.Total of all applications3 in crop must be no more than four (4) applications through all growth stagesand MUST NOT exceed 6.0 kg/ha.Note: Total of all applications of any registered glyphosate product in any one crop must not exceed4.14 kg/ha of active constituent.3WEEDS CONTROLLEDBathurst burr,Noogoora burr,Winter annual weeds includingSowthistle / Milk thistleRATE710 g-1.5 kg/haCRITICAL COMMENTSUse the lower rate on light infestations of small weeds,where the crop canopy allows adequate spray coverageof the weeds. Increase to the higher rate when the cropcanopy may limit spray coverage, when treating denseinfestations, or when treating larger weeds.Apply alone or in tank mixtures with Dropp . Apply whenat least 60% of bolls are open and immature bolls cannotbe easily cut with a sharp knife. Alternatively, where theseed coat in bisected bolls is black in colour. Where aleafy canopy limits spray coverage, reduced weed controlcan be expected. For best results under these conditions,delay application until canopy re-opens following initialconditioning treatment.NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESSAUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.WARNING: THE APPLICATIONS RECOMMENDED ABOVE ARE FOR USE ONLY WITH IMPROVEDCOTTON VARIETIES THAT ARE DESIGNATED AS COTTON WITH THE ROUNDUP READY FLEX TECHNOLOGY.SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH OF COTTON WILL RESULT IF ANY COTTON VARIETIES NOT PROPERLYDESIGNATED AS HAVING THE ROUNDUP READY FLEX TECHNOLOGY ARE SPRAYED WITH THISPRODUCT.EXTREME CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO AVOID CONTACT WITH CROPS OR DESIRABLE PLANTSWITHOUT THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY, OR WITH NATIVE VEGETATION, SINCE SEVEREINJURY OR DESTRUCTION WILL RESULT.Note: This label applies to the use of Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELD on Roundup ReadyFlex cotton varieties, including Roundup Ready Flex /Bollgard 3 cotton varieties.4
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDROUNDUP READY CANOLA VARIETIESCROP SAFETYApplications may be made in Roundup Ready canola varieties from crop emergence to the 6-leaf stage (prior tobud formation). Sequential applications must be at least 14 days apart and canola must have incremental growthof at least 2 new leaves between applications.Some short-term, visual yellowing may occur when Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELD isapplied. This effect is temporary and will not influence crop growth or yield.No additional surfactant is required for use in Roundup Ready canola varieties.Roundup Ready canola varieties: Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELD may be applied alone orwith a 300 g/L clopyralid aqueous solution product, a 417 g/L liquid ammonium sulfate product, Astound Duoand Nufarm Dimethoate.Triazine Tolerant-Roundup Ready (TT-RR) canola varieties: Roundup Ready HerbicidePLANTSHIELD may be applied alone or with an atrazine 900 g/kg water dispersible granule product.withOther tank mixes are not recommended for over-the-top applications of this product due to the potential forreduced weed control or crop injury to result.A 417 g/L liquid ammonium sulfate product may increase the performance of this product on annual andperennial weeds, particularly under hard water conditions (high levels of calcium, magnesium or bicarbonateions) or drought conditions.SITUATION – ROUNDUP READY CANOLA VARIETIESBefore use in this situation is carried out users should consult the Roundup Ready Canola ResistanceManagement Plan (RMP) which has been developed to minimise the evolution of herbicide resistance inweed populations.WEEDSGROWTHGROWTHRATECRITICAL COMMENTSCONTROLEDSTAGE OFSTAGE OFCROPWEEDAnnual ryegrass, CropFor grass0.9 kg/haUp to 2 applications only may be made inBarley grass,emergence to weeds andany one crop. Each application must be 0.9Brome grass,6 leaf (prior to volunteerkg/ha.Canary grass,budcereals: 1 leafRepeat applications may be required if aCapeweed,formation).to midsecond flush of weeds germinates but doPatersons curse,tillering.not apply after the 6-leaf stage of the crop.Saffron thistle,For sequential applications, applicationsFor volunteerScotch thistle,must be at least 14 days apart and theplants and/orSilver grass,canola crop must have incremental growthbroadleafSpear thistle,of two leaves between applications. Theweeds: 1 trueVariegatedcanola crop must have not advancedleaf to 8thistle,beyond the latest recommended growthleaves.Volunteerstage (i.e. 6 leaf). Ensure broadleaf weedscereals,have at least one true leaf, and grasses twoWild mustard,leaves before application.Wild oats,Tank mixes: Roundup Ready HerbicideWild radish,with PLANTSHIELD may be tank mixedWild turnip,with an atrazine 900 g/kg water dispersibleWinter grassgranule product for post-emergenceapplication in TT-RR canola up to the 6-leafstage.For label rates of an atrazine 900 g/kg waterdispersible granule product, refer to theatrazine 900 g/kg water dispersible granuleproduct label.Read and follow all label directions,restraints, plant-back and withholdingperiods, regional use restrictions and safetydirections for the tank mix products.5
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDSITUATION – ROUNDUP READY CANOLA VARIETIESBefore use in this situation is carried out users should consult the Roundup Ready Canola ResistanceManagement Plan (RMP) which has been developed to minimise the evolution of herbicide resistance inweed populations.WEEDSGROWTHGROWTHRATECRITICAL COMMENTSCONTROLEDSTAGE OFSTAGE OFCROPWEEDWeeds as above CropFor grass0.9 kg/haTwo applications of Roundup Ready plus,emergence to weeds andherbicide with PLANTSHIELD provideField peas,6 leaf (prior to volunteerhigher levels of control than a singleLupins,budcereals: 1 leafapplication.Sub clover,formation).to midTank mixes: Roundup Ready HerbicideAnnual medic,Twotillering.with PLANTSHIELD may be tank mixedLentils,applicationswith an atrazine 900 g/kg water dispersibleFor volunteerChick peasrequiredgranule product for post-emergenceplants and/orapplication in TT-RR canola up to the 6-leafbroadleafstage.weeds: 1 trueFor label rates of an atrazine 900 g/kgleaf to 8water dispersible granule product, refer toleaves.the atrazine 900 g/kg water dispersiblegranule product label.Read and follow all label directions,restraints, plant-back and withholdingperiods, regional use restrictions and safetydirections for the tank mix products.Weeds as above 2 to 6 leafFor grass0.9 kg/ha Use the higher rate of a 300 g/L clopyralidplus,(prior to budweeds and150-300aqueous concentrate product in situationsFaba beans,formation).volunteermL/ha of aof high weed population, large weed size,Field peas,One or twocereals: 1 leaf300 g/Land/or conditions of environmental stressChick peas,applications;to midclopyralid(dry, frost etc.). Varying levels of controlLupins,however total tillering.aqueouscan be experienced between differentLentils,rate of a 300concentrate varieties of these species. Total applicationFor volunteerSub. clover,g/L clopyralidproductof a 300 g/L clopyralid aqueous concentrateplants and/orAnnual medic,aqueousproduct should not exceed 300 mL/ha in thebroadleafVetchconcentrateone season. Application of this tank mix atweeds: 1 trueproductthe first spray timing is recommended.leaf to 8should notleaves.exceed 300mL/ha in theone season.NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESSAUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.WARNING: THE APPLICATIONS RECOMMENDED ABOVE ARE FOR USE ONLY WITH IMPROVEDCANOLA VARIETIES THAT ARE DESIGNATED AS CANOLA WITH THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGYINCLUDING TRIAZINE TOLERANT-ROUNDUP READY CANOLA VARIETIES.SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH OF CANOLA WILL RESULT IF ANY CANOLA VARIETIES NOT PROPERLYDESIGNATED AS HAVING THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY ARE SPRAYED WITH THIS PRODUCT.EXTREME CARE MUST BE TAKEN TO AVOID CONTACT WITH CROPS OR DESIRABLE PLANTSWITHOUT THE ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGY, OR WITH NATIVE VEGETATION, SINCE SEVEREINJURY OR DESTRUCTION WILL RESULT.6
Roundup Ready Herbicide with PLANTSHIELDTRUFLEX CANOLA WITH ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGYCROP SAFETYApplications may be made in TruFlex canola with Roundup Ready Technology from crop emergence to thefirst flowering stage. Sequential applications, applications must be at least 14 days apart and the canola cropmust have incremental growth of two leaves between applications. The canola crop must have not advancedbeyond the latest recommended growth stage (i.e. first flowering).SITUATION – TRUFLEX CANOLA WITH ROUNDUP READY TECHNOLOGYBefore use in this situation is carried out users should consult the TruFlex canola with RoundupReady Technology Resistance Management Plan (RMP) which has been developed to minimise theevolution of herbicide resistance in weed populations.WEEDSGROWTHGROWTHRATECRITICAL COMMENTSCONTROLEDSTAGE OFSTAGE OFCROPWEEDAnnual ryegrass,Crop emergenceFor grass0.9 -1.3Up to 2 applications of up to 1.3 kg/haBarley grass,to first floweringweeds andkg/hamay be made in any one crop.Brome grass,(at least 50% ofvolunteerUp to 3 applications of 0.9 kg/ha mayCanary grass,plants have atcereals: 1 leafbe made in any one crop.Capeweed,least one flower)to mid-tillering.Repeat applications may be required ifFor volunteerPatersons curse,a second flush of weeds germinatesplants and/orSaffron thistle,but do not apply after the first floweringbroadleafScotch thistle,stage of the crop.weeds: 1 trueSilvergrass,For sequential applications,leaf to 8Spear thistle,applications must be at least 14 daysleaves.Variegated thistle,apart and the canola crop must haveVolunteerincremental growth of two leavescereals,between applications. The canola cropWild mustard,must have not advanced beyond theWild oats,latest recommended growth stage (i.e.Wild radish,first flowering).Wild turnip,Winter grassEnsure broadleaf weeds have at leastone true leaf, and grasses two leavesbefore application.DO NOT apply after first flowering.Weeds as aboveCrop emergence0.9 -1.3Two applications of Roundup Readyplus,to first floweringkg/haHerbicide with Plantshield provideAnnual medic,(at least 50% ofhigher levels of control than a singleChickpeas,plants have atapplication.Field peas,least one flower).DO NOT apply after first flowering.Lentils,Two applicationsLupins,required.Sub cloverWeeds as aboveCrop emergence0.9-1.3Use the higher rate of a 300 g/Lplus,to first floweringkg/ha clopyralid aqueous concentrateFaba beans and(at least 50% of150-300product in situations of high weedVetchplants have atmL/ha of
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