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Ideal for autumn and winter weed control programmes in pasture
Effective on a wide range of broadleaf weeds
Can be tank mixed with Multiple for larger, hardier thistles or where resistance is suspected
Where susceptible species such as Brassica's & Clovers are to be planted, it is advised not to sow for up to 28 days following application. Even then it is best to sow a small area first to ensure that the residues have dispersed.
Poisonous plants may become more palatable after spraying, and livestock should be kept out until plants have died down. For animal safety reasons, do not graze treated pasture for 2 weeks after application.
Delay application if rain is likely within 3 hours following spraying
Pasture Guard 2,4-D 680 controls most broadleaf weed species in established pasture, some crops and non cropland areas.
Arable farmers will often use Pasture Guard 2,4-D 680 during the winter over established white clover seed crops for broadleaf weed control.
Performs more consistently when the soil temperature is declining. ie. late autumn & winter.
Pasture Guard 2,4-D 680 has a very wide broadleaf weed spectrum which is ideal for established pasture.
The most popular herbicide for control of seedling or rosette ragwort and nodding, scotch, winged and variegated thistles in established pasture
Has the ability to check clovers, however by using the product when growth is slow and the clovers are moving into dormancy this check can be drastically reduced.
Pasture Guard 2,4-D 680 LabelAgrochemicals - NZ
As the weed spectrum is broad and rates used vary from seedlings to established plants it is always best to refer to the label. It may be tank mixed with most other commonly used herbicides & insecticides.
Taken into the plant through leaves, stems and a little via the roots. It moves in the plant and accumulates in growing points where it interferes with cell division and enlargement.
Do not store near heat or flame.
Keep out of reach of children.
Store in accordance with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.
Store in original container tightly closed in a locked, dry, cool, well ventilated area away from sources of heat and ignition, foodstuffs, fertilisers and seeds
Mix required quantity in spray tank partly filled with water and maintain agitation through filling and spraying.
Pasture Guard 2,4-D 680 is compatible with most commonly used herbicides and insecticides.
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