|1 Trade name||Manufacturer||Form|
|FARMALINX OAT MASTER HERBICIDE||FARMALINX PTY LTD||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
|FARMOZ JUDGEMENT HERBICIDE||ADAMA AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
|MACPHERSONS MAVRO 90 EC SELECTIVE HERBICIDE||TGAC AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD.||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
|TITAN FLAMPROP 90 Herbicide||TITAN AG PTY LTD||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
3 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Flamprop-m-methyl 75g/L or 90g/L4 CHEMICAL GROUP: Z - Arylaminopropionic acids
5 RELATED HERBICIDES:
|DSMA 550||DSMA 550g/kg|
|Mataven-L||Flamprop-m-methyl 75g/L or 90g/L|
|MSMA 800||MSMA 800 g/L|
6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:3. Formulation : Emulsifiable Concentrate
4. Poison Schedule : 5
5. Trade name : Mataven-L - Shell
6. Product Colour : Clear, bright amber liquid.
7. Product Flammability : Flammable.
8. Dangerous Goods Class :
9. Shelf Life : 24 months.
10. Mixtures Compatibility : Glean (chlorsulfuron)
Do NOT mix with :- any others, allow 10 days before or after phenoxy herbicide application, eg 2,4-D or MCPA.
11. Registered Crop(s) : Wheat [(NOT varieties Kite, Eagle, Harrier, Millewa, Takari, Sunelg, Comet, and Meteor) after the end of tillering], Triticale.
12. Effect of Soil Texture on Herbicide : No significant effects.
13. Effect of Soil pH on Herbicide : No significant effects.
14. Effect of Soil Organic Matter on Herbicide : No significant effects.
15. Mode of Action : Foliar translocation and selectivity is related to the rates of hydrolysis of the active constituent within the plant. In susceptible plants the herbicide is translocated to the growing points where it inhibits plant growth. Post-emergent.
16. Application Timing : Crop - 3 leaf stage to end of tillering.
18. Rates Selection : 3L/ha.
19. Crop Damage (Crop Tolerance) : Apply only when majority of wild oats are at three leaf stage to the end of tillering stages. Do NOT apply later than the beginning of jointing.
22. Soil Moisture at Application : The product must be applied to healthy, actively growing crops. Crops stressed by the soil conditions will suffer transitory yellowing. Conditions include lack of moisture, waterlogging, lack of nutrients, frost or by disease. Weeds under stress are not controlled as readily as actively growing plants.
23. Frost Effects : Prior to, during, and after application frost will cause stress to plants and inadequate wild oat control. Crop damage may occur.
24. Frost Free Days Required After Application : 10 days ideal but difficult to manage. Do NOT spray if frost anticipated.
25. Effect of Application Water Quality on Herbicide :
Saline Water - No response observed under widespread commercial use.
Soil Colloids - No response observed under widespread commercial use.
26. Recommended Water Volume : 30 - 100 L/ha boom, 30 L/ha aircraft.
27. Nozzle Type : Hollow cone, flat fan, micronair rotary atomisers.
28. Recommended Nozzle Pressure : 20 - 30 droplets/cm2 of 150 - 300 micron size.
30. Recommended Wetter : None, wetters should NOT be added.
31. Other Additives : None.
32. Rain Fastness : 4 hours. Rainfall within 2 hours of application will reduce wild oat control.
34. Time Interval Before Effect is Noticed : 14 - 21 days.
35. Effect of Herbicide/Disease Interaction on Crop : Wild oats under stress will not be controlled as well as actively growing plants. Transitory yellowing of the crop will occur.
36. Withholding Period : 42 days.
37. Plant-Back Period : No restriction.
38. Spray Tank Clean-Up : Wash thoroughly with clean water and detergent.
39. Other Comments : Avoid spray drift - do not use in high wind. Where dense upright growth of wild oats occurs, spray may be insufficient to gain adequate control. *Produces a relatively stable emulsion in water; however if allowed to stand for several hours, vigorous agitation may be required to re-emulsify.
Numbered data adapted from "Crop Herbicide Information" by A.J. Chambers.
Collated by HerbiGuide. For more information see www.herbiguide.com.au or phone 08 98444064.