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actively growing, and good growing conditions are expected to last for at least two weeks after spraying. Where grass growth is poor due to drought, waterlogging, frosty conditions or nutrient deficiencies the crop may be temporarily checked, from which it quickly recovers. Rate of Use: 40-60g per hectare in 200-400 litres of water.

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Before each spraying operation from a horizontal boom sprayer, either . a LERAP must be carried out in accordance with HSE’s published . guidance or the statutory buffer zone must be maintained. The results of the LERAP must be recorded and kept available for three years. Storage and Disposal. KEEP IN ORIGINAL CONTAINER, tightly closed, in a safe place. DO NOT RE-USE CONTAINER FOR . ANY ...

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KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS ...

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Spraying may be done at any time during active growth, usually in early winter or void spraying during the dormant winter period or at any time when thistles are not actively growing. Do not spray flowering thistles.: The pasture should be slightly grazed prior to spraying to reduce clover and grass cover and expose the smaller thistles to the ...

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A soluble concentrate containing 500 g/L (44.25% w/w) MCPA ...

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• Do not allow direct spray from horizontal boom sprayers to fall within 5m of the top of the bank of a static or flowing waterbody or within 1m of the top of a ditch which is dry at the time of application • Spray must be aimed away from water FOR USE ONLY AS AN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE Crops Maximum Individual Dose Maximum Total Dose Latest Timing Winter and spring wheat, barley, rye and ...

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Controlling soil erosion and improving soil conditions in ...

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spraying operations Figure 7. Harvesting hawthorn (Crataegus monogyna) transplants in good field conditions and soil drainage. Machinery technical data was used to determine the extent of tracking within the current system, from the growing of leys to bed forming, and the potential for introducing some form of CTF system.

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boom. Our second unit, now in opera-tion, has a "stub boom" only 3 ft. long, as well as a 9-ft. boom and a handgun. With the short and long boom and handgun, we have maximum flexibility to move around poles and mail-boxes to reach all areas along the roadside with one trip. Also, we can keep the spray within the narrow sections of right-of-way.

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fact Sheet - GRDC

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DO NOT operate with a boom height too high; Avoid spraying with volatile products. Assessing the situation The variables associated with droplet movement and survival interact together in a complex manner. The information in this fact sheet can be used as a guide to help minimise the risk of off-target impacts. However, the most appropriate choice of droplet size, boom height set-up and choice ...

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WEEDSCONTROLLED BOOM Handgun/ CRITICALCOMMENTS rate/ha Knapsack Artichoke thistle c e 1.5-3kg 5g/litre Control of established perennials is best obtained African Lovegrass b c f when plants are at the seedhead stage Carpet grass (Early flower flatweed). Cocksfoot Flatweed In general best control of winter growing perennials

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