|1 Trade name||Manufacturer||Form|
|WILDCAT 110 EC SELECTIVE HERBICIDE||BAYER CROPSCIENCE PTY LTD||EC|
3 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 110g/L4 CHEMICAL GROUP: A
5 RELATED HERBICIDES:
|Butroxydim 250||Butroxydim 250g/kg|
|Diclofop plus sethoxydim||Diclofop 200g/L + sethoxydim 20g/L|
|Diclofop-methyl 375||Diclofop methyl 375g/L|
|Fluazifop||Fluazifop-p 212g/L or kg|
|Fusion||Butroxydim 250g/kg + fluazifop 212g/kg|
|Haloxyfop 130||Haloxyfop 130 g/L|
|Motsa||Clethodim 200g/L + haloxyfop 50 g/L|
|Pinoxaden 100||Pinoxaden 100g/L|
|Puma||Fenoxaprop-p-ethyl 76g/L + mefenpyr 18.8 g/L|
|Quizalofop||Quizalofop-p-ethyl(or tefuryl) 99.5g/L|
|Sertin 186 EC||Sethoxydim 186g/L|
|Topik 240 EC||Clodinafop-propargyl 240g/L|
|Tralkoxydim 400||Tralkoxydim 400g/kg|
|Tristar Advance||Diclofop 250g/L + fenoxaprop 13g/L + mefenpyr 7g/L|
|Verdict 520||Haloxyfop 520 g/L|
6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:Fenoxaprop is a selective and translocated herbicide that is absorbed through both leaves and roots. Its main use is for controlling wild oats and annual Phalaris in Wheat, Triticale, Cereal Rye and Chickpea crops. Barley may be damaged by Puma S. Toxicity to mammals and birds is low but it is toxic to fish. In land environments it presents few environmental hazards because of its low mobility in soil, low volatility, low toxicity and reasonably quick degradation in soil and water. Direct application to aquatic ecosystems should be avoided. Application to flood irrigated areas or similar may lead to contamination of water. Plants are likely to become resistant to Fenoxaprop after repeated applications. Broad leaf plants and legumes are not affected by Fenoxaprop. Non flammable. Non corrosive.
7 APPLICATION METHODS AND TIPS:Fenoxaprop is normally applied in water as a post-emergence spray by boom sprays or aircraft. Oils and wetting agents are included in the formulation and additional adjuvants are usually unnecessary. Optimum droplet size is 200-300 micron.
11 COMPATIBILITY:Hoegrass, Eclipse, Broadstrike and Lontrel are compatible with Wildcat S.
14 HERBICIDE RESISTANCE:Ryegrass and wild oats that are tolerant to Fenoxaprop occur naturally at low levels. After four or five annual applications of Fenoxaprop a significant level Fenoxaprop tolerance would be expected if no other form of weed control was practised.
20 MODE OF ACTION:Fenoxaprop is absorbed through the foliage of nearly all plants. In susceptible plants it is converted from the ethyl to the biologically active acid form. Typically, less than 10 per cent of this is translocated in the phloem and xylem to accumulate in the growing tips. Cell division and elongation are stopped resulting in the stunted appearance of treated plants. Fatty acid synthesis is stopped resulting in the death of growing tips, hence leaves of treated grasses can be easily pulled from their sheaths. Plants tolerant to Fenoxaprop appear to have a different fatty acid synthesis mechanism, degrade Fenoxaprop more quickly and do not convert as much of the inactive ethyl to the active acid form.
24 TOXICITY:Poison schedule S5.
25 TOXICITY SYMPTOMS:If splashed in eyes - wash out with water immediately and then see a doctor.
23 PLANT SYMPTOMS:Wild oats and annual phalaris stop growing soon after application. The young leaves show yellowing 2-3 days after application and may be easily pulled from their sheaths. About a week later, they begin to die, starting with the young leaves then the old leaves then the shoot. Complete death may take up to 4 weeks. Plants that recover have severely reduced root systems.
27 ENVIRONMENTAL FATE:Fenoxaprop is strongly adsorbed on soils which prevents leaching into ground water. In soil, microbes break down Fenoxaprop with a half life of around 14 days. At higher pH and under anaerobic conditions the half life is increased. It is broken down in plants. Fenoxaprop is rapidly excreted from animals and does not move into milk or eggs. It is degraded by light. In water the half life is approximately 1 day.
31 PROPERTIES:Density - 1.03 g/mL
|2.||Concentration of Active Constituent : 100 g/L|
|3.||Formulation : Oil in water emulsion (E.W.)|
|4.||Poison Schedule : 5|
|5.||Trade name : Wildcat S - Aventis|
|6.||Product Colour : Light to dark brown liquid.|
|7.||Product Flammability : Non-flammable|
|22.||Soil Moisture at Application :|
|23.||Frost Effects : Continuous severe frosts slow the speed of action.|
|24.||Frost Free Days Required After Application :|
|25.||Effect of Application Water Quality on Herbicide :|
|26.||Recommended Water Volume : 50 - 150 L/ha boom, 25 - 30 L/ha aircraft, steady cross wind and swath width of 15 - 18m. Aim for droplet size of 200-300 microns.|
|27.||Nozzle Type : 1100 nozzles T11002-T11003 or similar.|
|28.||Recommended Nozzle Pressure : 280 - 300 kPa (40 - 43.5 psi)|
|30.||Recommended Wetter : None, the addition of wetting agents do not increase the level of weed control when added to recommended rates under normal growing conditions.|
|31.||Other Additives : None.|
|32.||Rain Fastness : 4 hours.|
|33.||Time Interval Before Effect is Noticed : 14 - 28 days, depending on climatic conditions.|
|34.||Plant Symptoms : First visible symptoms appear 2 - 3 days after application with a cessation of growth; new leaves or secondary roots are no longer formed. Chlorosis begins in the young leaves then necrosis spreads over the leaves and shoot, slowly killing the whole plant.|
|35.||Effect of Herbicide/Disease Interaction on Crop :|
|36.||Withholding Period : 110 days.|
|37.||Plant-Back Period : Wheat, Oats, Barley - 3 weeks; Corn, Sorghum - 10 weeks.|
|38.||Spray Tank Clean-Up : Water and detergent.|
|39.||Other Comments : Do NOT apply with boomless jets or misters.|
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