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Haloxyfop-R-methyl 108g/L EC

Categories Selective Herbicide
Place of Origin: Hefei, China
MOQ: 2000L or 2000kg
Delivery Time: One Month after orders confirmed
Payment Terms: TT, L/C, OA, DA, DP
Certification: PD20090546
Packaging Details: 100ml, 250ml, 500ml, 1L, 5L, 20L, 200L
Supply Ability: According to market requirements
CAS NO.: 95977-29-0
Molecular Formula: C15H11ClF3NO4
Form: Ivory white
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Haloxyfop-R-methyl 108g/L EC

ACTIVE INGREDIENT:

Haloxyfop-R-methyl……………………………………………………………………………….........................................……………………………108g/L


For control of most of annual and perennial germanous weeds in dicotyledonous crops, such as legume, cotton, peanut, rape, and vegetables, etc.


DANGER

1, Harmful if swallowed.

2, Will irritate the eyes and skin.

3, Avoid contact with the eyes and skin.

4, When preparing spray wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist and a washable hat, elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

5, After each day’s use, wash gloves, face shield or goggles and contaminated clothing.

6, Wash hands after use.


FIRST AID

Wear protective gloves/protective clothing/eye protection/face protection.

IF IN EYES: Wash with large amount of clear water for at least 15 minutes.

IF SWALLOWED: Send to hospital immediately with the label. Do NOT induce vomiting.

IF CONTACTED: Wash with soap and large amount of clear water.

Dispose of contents/container to a licensed hazardous waste disposal contractor or collection site except for empty, clean containers which can be disposed of as non-hazardous waste.

To avoid risks to human health and the environment, comply with the instructions for use.


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

Sun protection while spraying.

Do not spray if expected it will rain within an hour.

CONSULT PROCESSORS BEFORE USING ON CROPS RECOMMENDED FOR PROCESSING.

AVOID DRIFT onto neighbouring crops, especially gramineous crops, such as corn, rice and wheat.

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or used container.


MIXING

Add water to the spray tank to 10 cm above the level of agitation and ensure the agitation device is working vigorously. (There must be a minimum of 100 L of water in the tank before any pesticide is added.)

If tank mixing, firstly, add any soluble liquid formulations and allow agitation for approximately one minute.

Then add GAI CHU at the point where agitation is strongest. (Do not add GAI CHU through a strainer or sieve). Allow further agitation for one minute.

Half fill the spray tank.

If using wettable powder or water dispersible granules, or other emulsifiable concentration formulations, these should be added after the GAI CHU to the half full spray tank ensuring vigorous agitation.

Only mix sufficient solution for immediate use. GAI CHU and any other tank mixes should be applied immediately for best results.


DISCLAIMER/CONDITIONS OF SUPPLY

The specified properties of our products and the mode of application stated on this label have been established on the basis of research and experience. Products conform to specification at the time of delivery but, as we exercise no control over their subsequent storage, handling, mixing or use or the weather conditions before, during and after application, all of which may affect the performance of the products, no responsibility or liability will be accepted by us or our re-sellers for any failure in performance, damage or injury to person or property whatsoever arising from the storage, handling, application or use of the products. These conditions cannot be varied by our staff or agents whether or not they supervise or assist in or make recommendations concerning the use of such products. We recommend you contact your dealer to request advice on the suitability of this product for any new and/or unusual growing methods or for new varieties not listed on this label.


SAFETY PRECAUTIONS


OPERATOR PROTECTION

Engineering control of operator exposure must be used where reasonably practicable, in addition to the following personal protective equipment:

WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (COVERALLS), SUITABLE PROTECTIVE GLOVES AND FACE PROTECTION (FACESHIELD) when handling the concentrate.

WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (COVERALLS) AND SUITABLE PROTECTIVE GLOVES when handling the contaminated surfaces.

WEAR SUITABLE PROTECTIVE CLOTHING (COVERALLS) when applying by vehicle-mounted or trailed equipment.

TAKE OFF IMMEDIATELY all contaminated clothing.

WASH ALL PROTECTIVE CLOTHING thoroughly after use, especially the insides of gloves.

WASH HANDS AND EXPOSED SKIN before eating and drinking and after work.

If you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where possible).

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTACTION

GAI CHU Herbicide is toxic to fish.

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or used container.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed original container in a cool, wellventilated area. DO NOT store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

DO NOT store near feedstuffs, fertilizers or seeds.

The method of disposal of the container depends on the container type. Read the STORAGE AND DISPOSAL instructions on the label that is attached to the container.


FEATURES & BENEFITS:

GAICHU has minimal environmental impact as it rapidly breaks down in the soil and water by microbial action.

GAICHU is quickly absorbed through plant cuticle becoming rainfast within an hour after application.

With GAICHU, there is no need to disturb previous crop residue, this conserves soil moisture, reduces erosion and entails a low energy output for cultivation.

Active in most climatic conditions. As long as grass weeds are growing, GAICHU will give good control whatever the weather conditions.


TIMING OF APPLICATION

CROP: Grass weeds may be treated at any time provided the pre harvest intervals are observed.

WEEDS: Grass weeds must be actively growing and not under stress during application as this may limit uptake and translocation.

For annual grasses, best results are obtained at 2-6 leaves stage, while with Paspalum Spp, best results are obtained at early flowering stage.


Type of GrassL/ha.20L KnapsackTiming

Annual Grasses

Wild oats -Avena fatua

Brome grass -Bromus spp

Rye grass -Lolium temlentum

Love grass -Setaria Verticillatta

False star grass -chloris pycnothrix

Crows foot grass -Eleusine Indica

-Eragostics tenuifolia

Crab finger grass -Digitaria sanguinalis

Guinea-fowl grass -Rottbelia aestivum

Volunteer wheat -Triticum aestivum


0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.5 L

0.6L

1.0L


50ml


60ml

100ml


Always apply when grass is actively growing 2-3 leaves to early tillering and no more than 12cm high.

Perennial Grasses

Buffalo grass -Panicum maximum

-Panlcum trichocladum


Blue couch -Dlgltarla scaolarum


Kikuyu grass -Pennlsetum cladestinum

Sudan grass -Sorghum halepense


Star grass -Cynodon dectylop

Sword grass -Imperta cylindrical


1.0 L

1.0 L


1.2 L


1.2 L

1.2L


1.0-2L

1.0-2L


100ml

100ml


120ml


120ml

110ml


100-200ml

100-200ml


Apply when grass is 15-30cm high. A further application may be necessary if regrowth occurs from rhizomes or new seed.


Increase rate in dry conditions to 2.0-4.0 L/ha.


Table 1a: Winter crops – Canola, Chickpeas, Faba beans, Field peas, Lentils, Linola, Linseed, Lupins, Lucerne, Vetch,Medic and Clover pastures or seed crops.

WEEDS CONTROLLED

WEED GROWTH

STAGE

RATE (mL/ha)CRITICAL COMMENTS
Spraying Oil

nonionic

wetter

Annual ryegrass2 to 4 leaf75100

CANOLA, LINOLA AND LINSEED

DO NOT apply after the 8th leaf stage of the crop.

DO NOT apply after the commencement of stem elongation.

This means that application must not occur after the 8th stage, or if stem elongation commences before the 8th leaf stage, application must not occur after stem elongation has commenced.

DO NOT apply more than one application of herbicide containing haloxyfop per crop.

DO NOT apply after grazing.


FIELD PEAS AND CANOLA:

The only oil recommended for use with GAICHU is Spraying Oil.

This tank-mix is also compatible with atrazine and selective to triazine tolerant canola.

LUPINS AND FIELD PEAS:

Mixtures with simazine may cause crop yellowing and separate applications are recommended.

CHICKPEAS, FABA BEANS, LENTILS AND VETCH, LINOLA, LINSEED: Broadleaf herbicides should not be added to GAICHU. Apply GAICHU and broadleaf herbicides at least a week apart.

LUCERNE, CLOVER OR MEDIC PASTURES:

If grazed or cut for hay immediately prior to treatment delay application until all grasses have fully expanded

leaves. Use 75 mL + spraying oil or 100 mL + wetter/ha. (See GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, Spraying Oils). If silver grass (Vulpia spp.) is present in pasture, simazine should be tank mixed with the higher rate of GAI CHU a non-ionic wetter.

Early Tillering100

Barley grass

Brome grass

Paradoxa grass

Volunteer cereals

2 to 4 leaf5075
Early Tillering75100

Wild oats


2 to 4 leaf37.550
Early Tillering5075

Wild oats


2 to 4 leaf
Early Tillering75100

Table 1b: Winter crop growth stage application windows

CropCrop growth stage

Lucerne, Medic and Clover pastures or seed crops


Apply from 2nd trifoliate leaf onwards. For Erodium spp. spraying, apply from cotyledon crop stage onwards.

Canola, Linola, Linseed


Apply from 2nd leaf to 8 leaf stage of crop growth. DO NOT apply after the commencement of stem elongation.

This means that application must not occur after the 8 leaf stage, or if stem elongation commences before the 8 leaf stage, application must not occur after stem elongation has commenced.

Chickpeas, Faba beans, Field peas, Lentils, Lupins, VetchApply from 2nd leaf, 2nd node or 2nd branch to prior to flowering.

Table 2a: Lucerne, Medic and Clover seed crops and pastures. See Table 1b for crop stages

Weeds controlledWeed growth stageRate(mL/ha) with Spraying OilCritical comments

Prairie grass

(Bromus catharticus)

Up to early tillering100

Musky or ferny leaf Storksbill:

(Erodium moschatum)

Common Crowsfoot or Common

Storksbill

(Erodium cicutarium)

Up to 6 leaf

or 5 cm diameter

50 - 75

Use lower rate when growing conditions and crop or pasture competition are good and when weed populations are below 100 plants/m2. Use the higher rate when weed populations are above 100 plants/m2 or when crop or pasture competition is poor.


Long or shiny leaf storksbill

(E. botrys)

Up to 8 leaf

or 5 cm diameter

75 - 100

LUCERNE, CLOVER OR MEDIC PASTURES:

If grazed or cut for hay immediately prior to treatment delay application until all grasses have fully expanded leaves. Use 75 mL + spraying oil or 100 mL + wetter/ha. (See GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, Spraying Oils).



Table 2b: Lucerne, Medic and Clover seed crops only – not to be used for stockfeed. See Table 1b for crop stages

Weeds controlledWeed growth stageRate(mL/ha) with Spraying OilCritical comments

Couch grass (suppression),

Rhodes grass (control)

Tillering seedlings150 + 150For best suppression of couch or control of Rhodes grass, make 2 applications of GAICHU 2-4 weeks apart. Time second application to coincide with tillering stage of weeds and just after irrigation or significant rain.

Couch grass (control)

Rhodes grass (control)

Established stands400 - 800Only treat actively growing weeds which are not moisture stressed. Use these rates for control of couch and Rhodes grass.

Table 3a: Summer crops – Cotton, Cowpea, Lucerne, Mung beans, Navy beans, Peanuts, Soybeans, Sunflowers

Weeds controlled

Weed growth stage


Rate(mL/ha) with Spraying OilCritical comments
Australian millet

2 leaf to tillering

up to 15 cm

150

NAVY BEANS, PEANUTS, SOYBEANS:

For broadleaf weed control, GAICHU at

150 mL/ha plus wetter may be tank mixed with or Basagran.

Tank mixtures may cause transient leaf spotting on the crop but do not normally affect yield.

DO NOT tank mix broadleaf herbicides with

GAICHU if grasses have begun tillering or if the grasses are under moisture stress.

DO NOT add Uptake Spraying Oil when mixing with Blazer or Basagran.

DO NOT use Blazer or Basagran tank-mixes on cowpea.

Barnyard grass2 to 5 leaf100
tillering up to 15 cm150

Crowsfoot grass

Green panic

Johnson grass (rhizome)

2 leaf to tillering

up to 15 cm

Johnson grass (seedling)

Liver seed grass (seedling)

Mossman river grass

2 to 5 leaf100
Tillering up to 15 cm150
Summer grass

2 leaf to tillering

up to 15 cm

Volunteer cereals2 to 4 leaf100
tillering up to 15 cm150

Table 3b: Summer crop growth stage application windows

CropsCrop growth stage
LucerneApply from 2nd trifoliate leaf onwards.
Cowpea, Mung beans, Navy beans, SoybeansApply from 2nd leaf to flowering.
PeanutsApply from 2nd leaf to pegging.
CottonApply from 2nd leaf to before the onset of flowering.
SunflowersApply from 2nd leaf to head initiation.

Table 4: Annual and Perennial grasses and Erodium spp. in Orchard, Vine and Plantation crops, forestry and pyrethrum

CropsWeeds controlledWeed growth stageRate (L/ha)Critical comments

Orchard, vine and plantation crops including:

Apples

Avocado

Banana

Blueberry

Citrus

Custard apple

Feijoa

Grapevines

Guava

Kiwifruit

Litchi

(Lychee)

Longan

Mango

Nashi

Nut trees

Passionfruit

Paw paw

Pear

Persimmon

Pineapple

Rambutan

Stone fruit

Perennial grasses:

Slender rats tail grass

Rhodes grass

Couch

Established stands2-4

See GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, Spraying oils. Spray should be directed to the base of the tree or vine avoiding contact with fruit and foliage.

Spot spray: Use 25 mL to 50 mL/100 L of water. Use higher rate on late tillering mature grasses. Annual Grasses: Where treated in association with perennial grasses, these annual grasses will be controlled.


Forestry: For annual grasses apply lowest rate to newly emerged grasses, increasing the rate as they develop.

Pyrethrum Tasmania only: For Erodium spp. apply 75-100 mL/ha if the main weed is E. botrys . Use 50 - 75 mL/ha if either E. cicutarium or E. moschatum are the main weeds.

Setaria spp.

Paspalum spp.

Kikuyu

Johnson grass

Green panic

Buffel grass

Vegetative to early tillering1
Late tillering2

Annual grasses:

Annual ryegrass

Barley grass

Barnyard grass

Brome grass

Crowsfoot grass

Lesser canary grass

Liver seed grass

Mossman river grass

Paradoxa grass

Summer grass

Volunteer cereals

Wild oats

2 leaf to tillering1

Forestry:

Pinus radiate

Eucalyptus

Forestry:

Pinus pineaster

Annual grasses

as above

Vegetative to tillering0.625 – 1.25

Pyrethrum

Barley grass

Brome grass

Rope twitch

Barynard grass

Erodium .spp

Volunteer cereals

Vegetative to tillering0.5-1.25

Spraying Oils: It is essential to add an adjuvant to GAICHU. Best results will be achieved with Uptake Spraying Oil at 0.5 L/100 L of spray solution. Alternatively, other oils plus a non-ionic wetter may also be used. When other crop spraying oils are used, mix at 1 L/100 L and add a non-ionic wetter (surfactant) at 200 mL/100 L of spray solution. Use of an oil is not always recommended. See Critical Comments for specific situation recommendations.


OTHER SPECIFIC RESTRICTIONS

GAI CHU Herbicide is NOT COMPATIBLE with 2,4-D or MCPA as sodium or amine salts.


READ THE LABEL BEFORE USE. USING THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER THAT IS INCONSISTENT WITH THE LABEL MAY BE AN OFFENCE. FOLLOW THE CODE OF PRACTICE FOR USING PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS.


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