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If spraying is to be done on crop growing land, apply first spray in February, which is about the time that 20-25% of plants have reached heading stage. Then a second application is necessary about 2 months later, which gives adequate time for full emergence to occur. Because H E R B I C I D E
Skeleton Weeds: Spray only rosettes that have underground runners are broken up by cultivation, treatments may be needed to obtain a total control situation. On land that is primarily grazing or urban, spray in February/April period, so long ALL WEEDS - SUCCCESFUL CROPESTABLISHMENT Early sprays to control young as correct growing conditions are present. Again weeds will lead to establishing an ideal seed ensure that 20-25% of plants have reached the bed. If weed growth is heavy, sowing should be delayed until matter has decayed as the emerging crop shoots may be smothered and Spray at early head stage when plants are in set back. Light cultivation to leave decaying active growth. DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT spray across bodies matter on the surface may help. If using residual of water and DO NOT allow spray to enter the type pre-emergent herbicides, seek out label herbicide for the control of a broad range water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry directions that advise of risks associated with channels or drains within 4 days of application.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE BOOKLET
Spray at early head stage when plants are in Read entire label and booklet before using this product For medium to longer-term control, use the high rates while plants are in active growth phase during Winter/Spring. The lower rates may be used in conjunction with burning (fire breaks). This will give a brown out and betterburning conditions. Leave for 2-3 weeks after Surfactant is recommended to be added. Where White clover, Sorrel and Dock, are present, add 1L/ha of dicamba (200g/L) in accordance with If the Wiper technique is to be used, refer to recommendations on the dicamba label.
‘Wiper Equipment’ section of this booklet. Spray when plants are getting close to early headstage and actively growing. Spray symptoms may not be observed for a season or more. DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water.
DO NOT spray across bodies of water and DO NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels or drains Spray when weeds are actively growing.
intense grazing occurred prior to spraying.
Spray when plants have reached the early head stage. Bear in mind that Plantains are slow to DO NOT disturb treated weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for 1 day after treatment of annual weeds and 7 Spray at early head stage while plants are in Spray at early head stage while plants are in DO NOT treat weeds under poor growing conditions or dormant conditions as occur in drought, waterlogging, disease, insect damage or following frost. Reduced control may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered Spray at early head stage while plants are in with dust or silt. Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness. Heavy rainfall within 2 hours of application may wash the chemical off the foliage and a repeat treatment may be required.
Spray at early head stage while plants are in Leave ground in a dormant state for 8 months prior to spraying in late Summer/Autumn, so that the foliage to uptake the product is fully Refer to section entitled ‘Compatibility’ available (at least 20cm in height). Ensure drought stress conditions do not exist at time in this booklet if it is planned to spray in conjunction with a residual herbicide.
Read the label carefully for conditions of Use Wiper technique ensuring a high percentage of green matter is present. Refer to section of this booklet entitled ‘Wiper Equipment’ for directions for use. DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT spray across bodies of water and Spray from late rosette to early flowering DO NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels or drains Use Wiper technique ensuring a high percentage of green matter is present. Refer to section of this booklet entitled ‘Wiper Equipment’ for directions for use. DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. DO NOT spray across bodies of water and DO NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels or drains within Spray actively growing plants when good soil moisture is present. Spray when plants are in the late flowering to berry stage. Follow upsprays will be required to maximise control.
Spray at bud stage so long as plants are in an active growth phase. See also ‘Conservation Best results can be obtained by late Winter/early Spring sprays. Ensure foliage is in a healthy, actively growing stage at time of spraying. See also ‘Conservation Tillage’ section of this booklet.
Spray at the flowering to post-flowering stage in Summer/Autumn period. As spraying is only part of the total management concept of pasture improvement, follow-up sprays may be needed.
Spray when plants have reached rosette/early- heading stage. Plants should be free of soil After elongation or budding, use the higher rate.
deposits, particularly when spraying along Spray at the flowering stage, As spraying is Spray when weeds are actively growing. Ensure only part of the total management concept of regrowth is 6-8cm in height if intense grazing pasture improvement, follow-up sprays may be Spray actively growing plants in February/March moisture, frost, cold, disease or waterlogging.
period. DO NOT apply to weeds growing in or Note that Barnyard Grass and Liverseed Grass over water. DO NOT spray across bodies of are particularly prone to moisture stress.
water and DO NOT allow spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels or drains within 4 days of application.
Use lower rate on young weeds. Increase to higher rates as grasses gain full tillering or as broadleaf weeds gain elongation/budding. At heading stage and are in an active growth more advanced stages, some broadleaf weeds need a higher rate range or addition of 2,4-D.
Read label directions, plantback and withholding Apply to actively growing plants in late spring periods and safety directions. See section entitled ‘Compatibility’ in this booklet.
when they have some seed head development but before summer drought stress. Bent grass Land Preparation Prior to Sowing (Winter crops, Summer crops, fallow) should NOT be grazed heavily at spraying.
Follow-up management is required to limit Sowing should not proceed until conditions allow the formation of a satisfactory seed bed.
seedling re-establishment. Full disturbance with tyned implement should follow 10-21 days after spraying. Application of this product should be See section entitled ‘For Aerial Equipment’ in followed by a summer crop and/or by re-seeding this booklet for instructions for use in high pasture or crop the following autumn.
temperatures and dry conditions. DO NOT apply this product when the temperature exceeds Spray at head stage while plants are in active Spray at early head stage while in active growth Spray at early head stage while in active Spray when weeds are actively growing. Ensure regrowth is 6-8cm in height if intense grazing occurred prior to spray time. Use higher rate if Spray at early head stage (late Spring).
intensive grazing occurred prior to spraying OR if spraying is being carried out late in the season OR cold/overcast conditions are present at the Spray during Summer or Autumn period during the heading stage. Except for Tasmania, Wiper equipment can be used. Refer to information on ‘Application Equipment’ section of the label.
water. DO NOT spray across bodies of water This may start 1 - 21 days after spraying. If and DO NOT allow spray to enter the water.
Dock, Phalaris, Skeleton weed, Soursob or DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels Sorrel are present do not cultivate or sow for or drains within 4 days of application.
After elongation or budding, use the higher Spray at early flowering to fully developed Product will normally only give knockdown suppression of these weeds. If cultivation does not occur within 21 days re-treatment may be recommended rate. . DO NOT apply to weeds spray to enter the water. DO NOT allow water Refer to section entitled ‘Compatibility’ of this to return to dry channels or drains within 4 booklet if it is planned to spray in conjunction with a herbicide for residual control, improved performance, or if you wish to use an insecticide.
Equipment’ section of the label: sub-heading Read the label carefully for conditions of use.
‘Wiper Equipment’ as it can also be used.
Spray at late rosette to flowering stage, late After elongation or budding, use the higher July to September. At this time of year ensure frosts, waterlogging or possibly drought stress are not a restraint as plants need to be in Equipment’ section of this booklet, if this use technique can be applied to this situation.
After elongation or budding, use the higher Spray at early head stage when plants are actively growing or refer to ‘Wiper Equipment’section of this booklet, if that application technique is to be used on Johnson grass.
Spray at early head stage when plants are After elongation or budding, use the higher Spray at early head stage when plants are NB: Refer to section entitled ‘For Aerial Equipment’ in this booklet if aerial application is to be used. DO NOT apply this product from the air if the temperature exceeds 30˚C.
FINISHED SIZE 42cm High, 28.5cm Wide Print 97% A3 For Boom EquipmentMaximum efficiency can be achieved by using fan nozzles at a pressure of 240 – 280 kPa. Water volumes per hectare of treated area can vary depending on density of the target species but no more than 200 litres would be necessary. In conservation tillage TIMING: Graze heavily, then remove stock at least 2 weeks before situations volumes in the 50 – 100 litre/ha range would suffice.
Ensure that spraying is carried out well in spraying to allow new growth. Apply to actively growing plants after advance of emergence of onion shoots (7 days).
the autumn break but before heavy frosts (March – May).
Otherwise severe phytotoxicity will occur if onion APPLICATION: Increase to the high rate levels may give more plant comes into contact with herbicide.Take Using Micronair and boom equipment a droplet size of 250-350 micron diameter is effective reductions. If using aerial Equipment, refer to relevant into consideration height and type of weeds present in determining the exact rate. For small recommended. A swath width in the range of 15-17 metres is most appropriate for annual weeds use lower rate levels and for FOLLOW-UP MANAGEMENT: Sowing may start from 2 weeks after this form of spraying. Minimum spray volume would be 15 litres/ha.
larger annual weeds (as a guide greater than spraying It is essential that correct follow-up pasture establishment 15cm in height) and where perennial weeds When using this form of application give consideration to the fact that the product is and management occurs after treatment. Spot treatment will limit highly non-selective and if desirable plants, trees etc are in the vicinity of the area tobe sprayed, they could be affected by drift or targeted contact.
This rate will give control/suppression prior to planting improved This would limit usage via this technique to such situations as weed control on fallows pasture or crops. Spray in late spring when weeds are in active growth phase and have a degree of seed head development. Remove or pasture, control prior to establishment of crops or pasture.
stock to ensure full leaf growth. 2 -3 weeks after spraying use a Anther point to bear in mind are that on slopping terrain height above the ground may tyned implement to disturb the soil and break up vegetative matter.
vary from point-to-point, and at any given point, from boom tip to boom tip. It is also Follow-up by planting a summer crop and/or re-seeding pasture or worth remembering that there is more land area on a hilly block than a flat block, even See section Protection of Livestock, Wiper though the perimeter distance may be the same in such situations increase the water Equipment and Conservation Tillage ’ in this volume to 30-80 litres/ha and increase the droplet size to a minimum of 300-micron Note: In high temperatures and dry conditions evaporation of droplets prior to reaching target species can occur and it is therefore important to increase water volumes to at Apply at flowering stage and prior to plants least 30 litres/ha and average droplet size to 300 micron if temperatures are in excess of 25˚C. DO NOT SPRAY if temperature is above 30˚C.
Row Crops (Cotton, Peanuts, Soybeans, Sugarcane) Use recommended rates specified on this label up to a maximum limit of 3.2Lha.
Apply at the head to milky dough stage.
Such as Ropewick applicators etc detailed information should be obtained from the in 2L water See section entitled ‘For Wiper manufacturers. As a general guide 800mL of product should be mixed with 2 litres Equipment’ in this booklet. Apply to weeds Apply at flowering stage and prior to plants of water. Weeds should ideally be 15cm above the crop or pasture. One pass in each growing 15cm above the crop canopy or weeds direction commonly referred to, as a ‘double pass’ will maximise effectiveness. The product to come into direct contact with crops lower the vehicle speed the better the result. Certainly no faster than 8km/hr is Apply at the head to milky dough stage.
ALL WEEDS: Ensure even regrowth by removing all stock prior to treatment. If pasture legumes NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY TO THIS After use, clean all spray equipment by thoroughly washing with clean water, in order are present their populations may be reduced.
LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION DO NOT apply if clover or medic crops intended to prevent corrosion to tanks, lines and nozzles. Aircraft used in application should be for seed are present. Water volumes of 50L/ha thoroughly washed with particular attention to wheels and landing gear.
or less are preferable. If excess of this is WITHHOLDING PERIOD: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED required, add wetting agent at label rates.
It has been established that the following products may be mixed with glyphosate to broaden the spectrum of pests controlled, add soil residual activity and improve Banish 450 Herbicide is translocated throughout the plant where it kills both foliage performance. Refer to the ‘Directions for Use’ Section for detailed information on the and roots. Ideally the best time to use the product is when target species are in a state of active growth, moderate climatic conditions are present and weeds are free of Use higher rates for control. Use lower rates Additives: Crystalline ammonium sulphate assists in minimizing antagonism when While cool and cloudy conditions can sometimes delay the appearance of chemical mixed with flowable Triazine herbicides. The only form of ammonium sulphate to be activity, it can generally be expected that symptoms of chemical effect will appear 2- used is the crystalline form, not prilled or granular forms. Test the quality by dissolving 7 days after spaying of annual species and 2- 3 weeks after spaying perennial species 2 tablespoons in 2 litres of water. Swirl gently for 2 minutes. Should undissolved The symptoms are demonstrated by a yellowing and accompanying wilting, progressing particles remain at the end of that time, pre-dissolve them prior to adding product to spray tank. Ensure solution is poured through a screen.
Herbicides: Atrazine – flowable or granular (see additives above – do not apply the Do not allow the product to come into contact with the foliage, fruit or green stems of tank mix for control of Barnyard grass or Liverseed grass), dicamba, 2,4-D ester, desirable crops plants or trees, as the nature of the chemical is non-selective. Some Express, Garlon, chlorsulfuron, metsulfuron, Yield, Stomp, Logran, LVE MCPA, Goal useful guidelines that can help in this regard are: 1. Don’t use if the wind is blowing towards desirable plats in close proximity.
2. Avoid fine droplet settings (150 micron or less) when calibrating.
Goal CT – The addition Goal CT at 75mL/ha to recommended rates of this product 3. Avoid spraying in winds greater than 8km/hr, still air and hot days.
prior to planting wheat or barley will improve knockdown and increase the speed at While the product is rapidly inactivated on contact with the soil it is important certain which treated weeds develop visible symptoms of phytotoxicity. Add Flowright Compatibility agent to improve the compatibility in cold water (less than 15˚C). See directions below.
1. Where there is a light presence of unwanted vegetative matter sowing can commence Insecticides: chlorpyrifos, dimethoate, fenitrothion, Gusathion, Imidan (phosmet), Le- 2. Where the plant cover is heavy it is better to allow vegetative matter to decay prior mat (omethoate), Lorsban, metasystox, Sumithion, Perfekthion EC 400.
to sowing as crop establishment may be retarded.
that if grazing has taken place regrowth should Rate: 200mL/100L spray solution. When mixing with Goal CT, add to improve the be 6-8cm tall before spraying. If drought 1. Make sure the spray tank is clean and residues from previous usage have been compatibility in cold water (less than 15˚C). Flowright must be pre-mixed with Goal CT conditions are present, a pre-watering prior to before adding to the spray tank. Refer to Flowright label for directions.
spraying is recommended. If Ryegrass is present, 2. Half fill the spray tank with clean water, bearing in mind that less than perfect results use a wetting agent at recommended rates.
may occur if water containing soil particles is used or hard water containing calcium WHEN TO SOW Direct drilling can be carried PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS out 1 day to 2 weeks after spraying. If a residual salt. Glyphosate may be inactivated by water, which is contaminated with clay DO NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment that may cause herbicide is to be used, refer to products label spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands or pastures.
instructions on mixtures and rice application.
3. Add the required amount of Banish 450 Herbicide as per the Direction for Use table.
4. Mix well keeping filling hose below surface to avoid foaming.
PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT Do not contaminate dams, waterways, rivers or streams with the product or used 6. Remove hose from tank as soon as full to prevent back siphoning.
container. Do not apply to weeds growing in or over water. Do not spray across open NB: Do not use mechanical agitators, as they cause excessive foaming. Do not add non-approved herbicides and insecticides.
NBB: Use only plastic or plastic lined, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, brass or There is no withholding period for grazing stock, but to give the product a chance to fibreglass tanks. Galvanised steel or unlined steel spray tanks can react with the be efficiently absorbed by sprayed vegetation, it is recommended that livestock be kept product to form hydrogen gas, which can form a combustible gas mixture, which can clear of treated annual weeds for one day after spraying, and for perennial weeds 7 days. For certain plants known to be toxic to stock, it is advisable to keep livestock away until complete browning occurs.
ALL VARIETIES Spray only if ratoons are in active phase and are 60 – 100 cm in height.
The addition of surfactant may improve weed control where water rates are high or DO NOT apply if plants are drought stressed product rates are low. Suggested surfactant rates are 200mL/100L of 1000g/L non- Do not store the product in galvanised steel or unlined steel containers, as the product or suffering effects of waterlogging. Ensure ionic surfactant or 250-500mL of 700g/L surfactant. Do not add any other agricultural boom is at a height above the ratoon canopy may react to produce hydrogen gas, which in turn could form a highly combustible gas chemicals, spraying oils or other materials except as directed on the label.
that allows the correct overlap of the spray that could exploded if ignited by an open flame, or spark, lighted cigarette etc.
Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for Use the higher rates for control. Use the lower prolonged periods in direct sunlight.
rates for suppression if it is planned to follow Heavy rain within 2 hours of spraying can mean that the chemical may be washed off For Non-Refillable Containers: Triple or preferably, pressure rinse empty containers the plant, with the result that the herbicide may not be totally effective. Respraying may before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or designated Normal rain up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness.
Lack of rain, i.e. drought conditions, is not time to spray, as vegetation will not be If not recycling, break, crush, and or puncture and bury empty containers in a local receptive to uptaking chemical. Likewise, in waterlogged conditions or after frost similar authority landfill. If no landfill is available bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.
DO NOT spray near trees or vines less than 3 For Refillable Containers: Empty containers fully into application equipment. Close years old. DO NOT allow Wiper contact.
The product is not persistent in soils and is rapidly broken down by microbes present all valves and return to point of supply for refill or storage.
AVOCADO, BANANA, GUAVA KIWIFRUIT, LITCHI, in the soil as well as by hydrolysis caused by free standing moisture or soil moisture that may be present in soil particles. Should residual activity be needed refer to Spray drift can cause damage, if allowed to ‘Compatibility Section’ of this label.
contact any part of the vine, palm, trunk or tree.
Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When preparing Be careful to avoid contact with split bark on product for use wear elbow length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. When using Kiwifruit and green stems on Paw Paw.
controlled droplet applicator wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.
After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each days use, wash gloves and face shield or goggles DO NOT allow spray to contact any pat of plant.
Banish 450 Herbicide is a member of the Glycine group of herbicides. Banish 450 Herbicide has the inhibition of EPSP syntheses mode of action. For weed resistance management Banish 450 Herbicide is a Group M Herbicide. Some naturally occurring If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.
weed biotypes resistant to Banish 450 Herbicide and other Group M herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any weed population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly.
These resistant weeds will not be controlled by Banish 450 Herbicide or other Group Additional information is listed in the Material Safety Data Sheet that can be obtained M herbicides. Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Agricrop Pty Ltd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of water. DO NOT spray across open bodies of Banish 450 Herbicide to control resistant weeds.
water and DO NOT allow spray to enter water.
Agricrop Pty. Ltd. (Agricrop) shall not be liable for any loss, injury, damage or death DO NOT allow water to return to dry channels whether consequential or otherwise whatsoever, or howsoever arising whether through and drains within 4 days of application.
negligence or otherwise in connection with the sale, supply, use or application of this product. The supply of this product is on the express condition that the purchaser does The following types of equipment may be used in applying Banish 450 Herbicide: not rely on Agricrop’s skill or judgement in purchasing or using the same and every person dealing with this product does so at his own risk absolutely. No representative • In established tree areas using shielded or of Agricrop has any authority to add to or alter these conditions.
directed sprays or selective wiper equipment • DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to come into contact with foliage or green bark of desirable trees as severe damage may occur • DO NOT allow wiper surface to come into In an Emergency Dial 000 Police or Fire Brigade For Knapsack and Handgun EquipmentMaximum efficiency can be achieved by using a D6 spray plate and applying at a This product does not provide residual control.
pressure of 400 – 700 kPa. As the product is translocated through contact points on the plant, good coverage is needed to maximise uptake by the plant. Volume used per given area will vary according to the density of the target species present.
industrial areas andaround buildings.
FINISHED SIZE 42cm High, 28.5cm Wide Print 97% A3

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