Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide (Fluazifop-P)

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide is highly effective on grasses and rapidly absorbed by the plant.

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide is selectively designed to control both annual and perennial grasses. Take grasses out of garden beds!

Active Ingredient: Fluazifop-P (present as the Butyl Ester) @ 212g/L

Similar or Equiv. to: Fusilade 212 Post Emergence Selective Herbicide (Syngenta) & Salvo 212 Herbicide (Apparent).

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Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide (Fluazifop-P) CANNONADE PCT

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SUREFIRE CANNONADE 212 HERBICIDE

Active Ingredient: Fluazifop-P (present as the Butyl Ester) @ 212g/L

Similar or Equiv. to: Fusilade 212 Post Emergence Selective Herbicide (Syngenta) & Salvo 212 Herbicide (Apparent)

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide is highly effective on grasses and rapidly absorbed by the plant.

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide is selectively designed to control both annual and perennial grasses. Take grasses out of garden beds!

WHY CHOOSE SUREFIRE CANNONADE 212 HERBICIDE?

  • Contains the active ingredient Fluazifop-P.
  • Selective and systemic post-emergent herbicide.
  • Safe to birds, fish, bees and other beneficial insects.
  • Compatible with a range of products, including Agral & Reactor 600 (Wetter 600)
  • Fast absorption into the leaf.
  • Powerful, post emergent grass weed control.
  • Wide crop registration.
  • High level of crop safety.
  • Rainfast in 1 hour.
  • Controls a wide range of both annual grasses and some important perennial grasses.
  • Flexible application timing.
  • Stops weed growth in two days.
  • Use in a program to control Couch grass.
  • Registered for aerial applications.
  • Selective and systemic post-emergent herbicide.
  • Non-toxic to broadleaf crops.
  • Resistant to wash-off by rain, due to systemic activity.
  • Safe to birds, fish, bees, and other beneficial insects.
  • Registered for aerial applications.
  • Non-Ionic Organic Surfactant use is recommended. 

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide is rapidly absorbed by leaves and green stems (is rainfast within one hour) and translocated throughout the plant. It accumulates at growing points, both above ground and in the roots, rhizomes and stolons of grass weeds. Weed growth and hence competition with the crop stops within 48 hours. First symptoms are not evident for at least a week after application. Growing points turn brown and rot, shoot tips can be easily pulled out after 2 to 3 weeks. Young leaves turn yellow or redden soon after, but more mature leaves may remain green for extended period. Weed control is usually complete 3 to 5 weeks after spraying.

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide controls a large number of grasses in a wide range of situations.

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide does not control Winter Grass (Poa annua), Silver Grass (Vulpia bromoides), Nutsedge (Cyperus spp.) and broadleaf weeds.

PACK SIZES: 1L, 5L & 20L

REGISTRANT: PCT Holdings Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 85320)

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredient Fluazifop-P.
  • Selective and systemic post-emergent herbicide.
  • Safe to birds, fish, bees and other beneficial insects.
  • Compatible with a range of products, including Agral & Reactor 600 (Wetter 600)
  • Fast absorption into the leaf.
  • Powerful, post emergent grass weed control.
  • Wide crop registration.
  • High level of crop safety.
  • Rainfast in 1 hour.
  • Controls a wide range of both annual grasses and some important perennial grasses.
  • Flexible application timing.
  • Stops weed growth in two days.
  • Use in a program to control Couch grass.
  • Registered for aerial applications.
  • Selective and systemic post-emergent herbicide.
  • Non-toxic to broadleaf crops.
  • Resistant to wash-off by rain, due to systemic activity.
  • Safe to birds, fish, bees, and other beneficial insects.
  • Registered for aerial applications.
  • Non-Ionic Organic Surfactant use is recommended.

Directions Of Use

General Use Rates:

Boom Spray: 250mL – 4L per Ha

Spot Spraying: 12.5mL – 100mL per 10L (Higher rates are recommended for more established weed infestations)

Always refer to Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide Directions for Use for full instructions, use rates, application and critical comments.

Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide Label

Host / Pest & Dosage Information

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Akee, Black Sapote, Breadfruit, Caimito, Casimiroa, Cherimoya, Durian, Egg Fruit, Feijoa, Granadilla, Guava, Jackfruit, Longan, Mamey Sapote, Mammee Apple, Mangosteen, Plantain (musa Spp.), Pomegranate, Prickly Pear (fruit), Rambutan, Santol, Sapodilla, Soursop, Sweetsop & Yellow Mombi Carpet Grass - Established, Couch Grass - Established, Guinea Grass - Established, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Para Grass - Established, Paspalum - Established, Vasey Grass - Established
Apple, Grape, Stone Fruit & Pear Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Bent Grass - Established, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Established, Foxtail - Seedling, Green Summer Grass, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Paspalum - Established, Perennial Grass Weed, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Prairie Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch - Established, Wild Oat
Avocado, Banana, Axillaris Forage Crop, Axillaris Seed Crop, Bargoo Jointvetch Forage Crop, Bargoo Jointvetch Seed Crop, Greenleaf Desmodium Forage Crop, Greenleaf Desmodium Seed Crop, Kenya White Clover Forage Crop, Kenya White Clover Seed Crop, Silverleaf Desmodium Forage Crop, Silverleaf Desmodium Seed Crop, Wynn Cassia Forage Crop & Wynn Cassia Seed Crop Barnyard Or Water Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Panic - Seedling, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Vasey Grass - Seedling
Blackcurrant & Hops Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Bent Grass - Established, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Established, Foxtail - Seedling, Green Summer Grass, Kikuyu Grass, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Paspalum, Paspalum - Established, Perennial Grass Weed, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch - Established, Wild Oat
Blueberry Barnyard Or Water Grass, Browntop Bent, Carpet Grass, Carpet Grass - Established, Couch Grass, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Summer Grass, Johnson Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Paspalum - Established, Perennial Grass Weed, Stink Grass
Broad Bean, Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Capsicum Or Pepper, Carrot, Cauliflower, Celery, Green Bean, Lettuce & Tomato Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Annual Phalaris, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Summer Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Panic, Paspalum, Perennial Grass Weed, Stink Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Wild Oat
Canola, White Clover Seed Crop, Faba Bean & Linseed Crop Annual Phalaris, Annual Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Wild Oat
Caribbean Pine, Slash Pine & Hoop Pine Barnyard Or Water Grass, Carpet Grass, Carpet Grass - Established, Couch Grass, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, Johnson Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Paspalum - Established, Stink Grass
Chickpea & Field Pea Brome Grass
Citrus Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Bent Grass - Established, Brome Grass, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Established, Foxtail - Seedling, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum - Established, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Prairie Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch - Established, Wild Oat
Cotton, Sunflower, Navy Bean, Peanut & Pigeon Pea Barnyard Or Water Grass, Carpet Grass, Couch Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, Foxtail - Seedling, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Panic, Paspalum, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch, Wild Oat
Creeping Vigna Forage Crop, Creeping Vigna Seed Crop, Glenn Jointvetch Forage Crop, Glenn Jointvetch Seed Crop, Lotononis Forage Crop, Lotononis Seed Crop, Lotus Forage Crop, Lotus Seed Crop, Pinto's Peanut Forage Crop, Pinto's Peanut Seed Crop, Shrubby Stylo Forage Crop & Shrubby Stylo Seed Crop Carpet Grass, Couch Grass, Johnson Grass, Kikuyu Grass, Paspalum, Vasey Grass, Water Couch
Cucumber, Gherkin, Honey-dew Melon, Pumpkin, Rockmelon Or Cantaloup, Squash, Watermelon & Zucchini Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Couch - Seedling, Crowsfoot Grass, Guinea Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum - Seedling, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Cucurbit Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch - Seedling, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Summer Grass, Guinea Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Paspalum - Seedling, Perennial Grass Weed, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Custard Apple, Kiwi Fruit, Lychee, Mango, Passionfruit, Pawpaw & Persimmon Barnyard Or Water Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Panic - Seedling, Johnson Grass, Para Grass, Prairie Grass, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Grass, Vasey Grass - Seedling
Duboisia Or Corkwood Couch Grass - Established, Johnson Grass - Established, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Paspalum - Established, Water Couch - Established
Fenceline Weed Control & Roadside Weed Control, Public Area - General, Nursery Crop & Ornamental Plant - Potted Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Annual Phalaris, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Bent Grass - Established, Brome Grass, Couch - Seedling, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Established, English Couch - Seedling, Guinea Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kentucky Bluegrass - Established, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum - Established, Paspalum - Seedling, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch - Established, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Leucaena Pasture, Perennial Grass Weed - Seedling
Lucerne & Tropical Fruit Browntop Bent, Green Summer Grass, Kikuyu Grass, Paspalum, Perennial Grass Weed
Lucerne - Established & Lucerne - Seed Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Bent Grass - Established, Brome Grass, Couch - Seedling, Couch Grass - Established, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Established, English Couch - Seedling, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass - Established, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass - Established, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum - Established, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch - Established, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Lupin, Vetch, Medic Pasture & Pasture Annual Phalaris, Annual Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Wild Oat
Native Woodland Veldt Grass
Onion Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch - Seedling, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Seedling, Foxtail - Seedling, Green Summer Grass, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Perennial Grass Weed, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Pea Couch - Seedling, English Couch - Seedling, Innocent Weed - Seedling, Summer Or Crab Grass - Seedling, Water Couch - Seedling
Pineapple Barnyard Or Water Grass, Carpet Grass, Couch Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, Green Panic - Seedling, Johnson Grass, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Vasey Grass, Vasey Grass - Seedling, Water Couch
Poppy Oilseed Annual Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Wild Oat
Potato Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Annual Phalaris, Barley Grass, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch - Seedling, Couch Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Seedling, Johnson Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Soybean Barnyard Or Water Grass, Carpet Grass, Couch Grass, Crowsfoot Grass, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Panic, Paspalum, Pigeon Grass - Seedling, Rhodes Grass, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Water Couch, Wild Oat
Strawberry Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Annual Phalaris, Barnyard Or Water Grass, Brome Grass, Browntop Bent, Couch - Seedling, Crowsfoot Grass, English Couch - Seedling, Green Summer Grass, Guinea Grass, Innocent Weed Or Grass, Johnson Grass - Seedling, Kikuyu Grass, Liverseed Or Urochloa Grass, Paspalum, Paspalum - Seedling, Perennial Grass Weed, Stink Grass, Summer Or Crab Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Water Couch - Seedling, Wild Oat
Subterranean Clover Annual Ryegrass, Barley Grass, Brome Grass, Volunteer Cereal, Wild Oat
Tea Tree Annual Grasses - See Label

RESTRAINTS:

Do not treat weeds that are not actively growing or are growing under stress. Under such conditions the biological processes of the weeds slow down and Surefire Cannonade 212 Herbicide transport in the weed can be drastically reduced, resulting in an incomplete kill or suppression only of the weeds.

Do not allow annual grass weeds to reach the late tillering stage before application.

Do not apply at flowering stage of weeds.

STRESS CONDITIONS:

Moisture stress is a particular problem, whether caused by drought or short term stresses, resulting from a combination of high temperatures and low humidity or by prior use of pre-emergence herbicides resulting in stunted root growth of weeds. An irrigation or an effective rainfall must occur immediately before or after spraying if these conditions exist. Other stress situations to avoid include frost, waterlogging and extended cold conditions. Do not spray if any stress conditions are evident just prior to application.

MIXING:

Add the required amount of product directly to the spray tank which should be 50 to 75% full. The agitation system should be running during mixing and spraying. If agitation ceases and settlement occurs, agitate thoroughly before spraying. Adjuvants are essential and the following may be utilised: Wetter 600 at 350 mL/100 L of water or Wetter 1000 at 200 mL/100 L of water or 2 L Paraffinic Oil/100L of water

TIME OF APPLICATION:

To obtain the maximum benefits of this product, weeds should be sprayed when young and actively growing. Grasses establishing from seed should be sprayed before tillering occurs. Higher rates will be necessary once tillering commences. For annual grass weeds, spraying must take place before the late tillering stage if a complete kill is desired. Unless otherwise specified in the Critical Comments application may be made at any stage of crop growth but allowing sufficient time for the prescribed withholding period.

METHOD OF APPLICATION:

Good spray coverage is essential for maximum results. Spray equipment must be checked and calibrated accurately prior to application. 

Boom spraying:

Check height of boom above the target weeds to ensure the spray is evenly distributed and a double overlap pattern is obtained. When spraying grass weed targets, an even distribution of droplets with no less than 50% of the spray volume in the 150 to 300 micron range is desirable.

Broadacre use:

Water volumes per hectare will depend on nozzle selection and should be in the range of 50 to 100 L/ha. 110º fan nozzles are preferred for use with this product. Use higher volumes of spray to achieve full coverage of dense, vigorous weed infestations.

Band spraying:

Ensure sufficient coverage by using two nozzles (one either side of the plant row) when the crop is beyond the 2 leaf stage.

Aerial Application:

Flying height, pressure, nozzle size and positioning of the aircraft should be such to minimise spray drift. Avoid spraying in high winds or under temperature inversion conditions. Special care must be taken to avoid drift onto adjacent crops such as cereals, maize or sorghum. Apply in not less than 30 L/ha.

Spot Spraying:

On smaller areas use a knapsack sprayer suitably calibrated.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL:

Store in the closed, original container in a well ventilated area, as cool as possible and away from children, animals, food, feedstuffs, seed and fertilisers. Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight. 

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

May irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When preparing spray and using the product wear, elbow-length PVC gloves; and face shield. If product or spray on skin, immediately wash area with soap and water. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day’s use wash gloves. 

FIRST AID:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia: 131 126. If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.

For further information refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS)

WITHHOLDING PERIOD DETAILS (WHP):

Do not graze or cut for stock food earlier than the number of days or weeks shown after application:

  • Clover, Lucerne, Lupins, Medics, Canola, Linseed, Vetches: 21 days
  • Broad, Green, Faba and Navy Beans: 5 weeks
  • Peanuts: 6 weeks
  • Chick, Field and Green Vegetable Peas and Carrots: 7 weeks
  • Sunflowers: 14 weeks
  • Soybeans, Pigeon Peas: 17 weeks
  • Leucaena Forage and Seed Crops: 26 weeks

Do not spray the following crops later than the number of days or weeks shown before harvest:

  • Custard Apples, Kiwifruit, Lychee, Mangoes, Passionfruit, Pawpaw, Persimmons, Pineapples: 14 days
  • Cucumber, Gherkin, Squash, Zucchini: 21 days
  • Blueberries, Blackcurrants, Grapes, Lettuce, Strawberries, Tomatoes: 4 weeks
  • Cucurbits: Honeydew, Rock and Watermelon, Pumpkin, Onions, Broad, Green, Faba and Navy Beans: 5 weeks
  • Brassica (Brussel Sprouts, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Cabbage) Peanuts: 6 weeks
  • Chick, Field And Green Vegetable Peas and Carrots: 7 weeks
  • Celery: 8 weeks
  • Hops, Potatoes: 10 weeks
  • Capsicums: 11 weeks
  • Oilseed Poppies: 12 weeks
  • Cotton, Sunflowers: 14 weeks
  • Lupins, Canola, Soybeans, Pigeon Peas, Linseed, Leucaena: 17 weeks
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