2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide is for the selective control of emerged broadleaved weeds before sowing crops and pastures in conservation tillage situations and for selective weed control in crops and pasture situations.

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide is a concentrated water-soluble liquid product with herbicidal activity against broadleaf weeds and will control emerged weeds only. It provides no residual control, although certain plant back periods should be observed. 

Active Ingredient: 2,4-D Amine @ 300g/L

Similar or Comparable to Surpass 300 (Nufarm)

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2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide 24D-AMINE-300 Conquest Crop Protection

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2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide

Active Ingredient: 2,4-D Amine @ 300g/L

Similar or Comparable to Surpass 300 (Nufarm)

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide is for the selective control of emerged broadleaved weeds before sowing crops and pastures in conservation tillage situations and for selective weed control in crops and pastures. 2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide is a concentrated water-soluble liquid product with herbicidal activity against broadleaf weeds and will control emerged weeds only. It provides no residual control, although certain plant back periods should be observed. 

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide safely controls weeds in aquatic and environmentally sensitive areas, maintains and protects the right of way, and guards infrastructure against structural damage caused by harmful vegetation.

2,4-D 300 provides a time-proven and low-cost product for various uses. It can be applied either in fallow or in certain registered crops as directed by the product label. 2,4-D 300 safely controls weeds in environmentally sensitive areas, maintains and protects right of way, and guards infrastructure against structural damage caused by harmful vegetation. 2,4-D 300 also eliminates broadleaf weeds from pastures without damaging desirable grasses that livestock feed upon. It can also be used to protect native grass species against invasive weeds. 

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide is absorbed by plant foliage and accumulates to toxic levels in the regions of growth and reproduction, upsetting the ability of plants to balance the synthesis and use of nutrients. Visible effects are a gradual yellowing and wilting of the plants, which advances to complete browning of above-ground growth and deterioration of root systems. Effects may not be apparent for 7 -10 days or even up to 21 days under cold or cloudy conditions.

What weeds does 2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide target;

Afghan Melons Capeweed Horehound Paddy Melons Storksbil/Erodium
Ageratum (Blue Top) Charlock Indian Hedge Mustard Parthenium Weed Sub-Clover
Amaranthus Spp. Chinese Mint Ipomea Vines Paterson’s Curse Thistles
Amsinckia Clockweed Ivyleaf Potato Weed Thornapple
Annual & Perennial Pigweed Clover Jute Prickly Lettuce (Wild Lettuce) Turnip Weed
Annual Ground Cherry Cobblers Pegs Khaki Weed Prickly Saltwort (Roly Poly) Variegated Thistle
Annual Thistles Common Ice Plant Knobweed Radish Vetches/Tares
Apple Of Peru Common Sowthistle Kyalinga Weed (Whisker Grass) Rapeseed Volunteer Lupins
Artichoke Thistle Convolvulus Vines Lantana Rapistrum Volunteer Peas
Australian Bindweed Seedlings Cow Vine Leucas Raspweed Volunteer Safflower
Ball Mustard Dock Lincoln Weed Rough Poppy Volunteer Sunflowers
Bathurst Burr Doublegee London Rocket Rubber Vine Volunteer Vetch
Bellvine Seedlings Dove Weed Lupin Safflower Wards Weed
Billygoat Weed Erodium Marshmallow Seedlings Saffron Thistle Water Primrose
Bindweed Fat Hen Medic Shepherd’s Purse Weir Vine (Ipomea)
Bindy Eye (Star Burr) Flatweed Melilotus Skelton Weed White Clover
Blackberry Nightshade Fleabane Melons Slender Wild Cabbage
Bladder Ketmia Fumitory (Red) Mexican Poppy Slender/Shore Thistle Wild Poppy
Blue Snakeweed Fumitory (White) Milky Cotton Bushes Soldier Thistle Wild Raddish
Blue Top Galvanised Burr Mintweed Sorrel Wild Turnip
Boneseed Geranium Mother Of Millions Spear Thistle Wireweed Seedlings (Hogweed)
Boxthorn Groundsel Mustard Speedwell – Ivy Leaf Yellow Vine
Burr Medic Hawthorn Native Rosella Spiny Emex
Californian Burr Hemlock Needle Burr Star Burr
Caltrop Hexham Scent Or Meliouts New Zealand Spinach Star Thistle
Cape Tulip Hoary Cress Noogoora Burr Stinwort

2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide can be tank mixed with Glyphosate 450 Herbicide, Chlorsulfuron 750 WG Herbicide, Metsulfuron 600 WG Herbicide, Chlorpyrifos as well as Dicamba aqueous concentrates, Simazine and Atrazine Flowables, Paraquat/Diquat, Dimethoate and Omethoate.

Pack Sizes: 20L & 1000L

Registrant: Conquest Crop Protection Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 55701)

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Features & Benefits

  • It contains the active ingredient 2,4-D Amine.
  • Compatible with Glyphosate products.
  • Relatively short plant back requirements.
  • Compatible with a range of broadleaf herbicides for wider weed control.
  • Group I for broadleaf weed resistance management.
  • Flexible application timing.
  • Flexible application timing.
  • 2,4-D 300 provides a time-proven and low-cost product for various uses. 
  • 2,4-D 300 products can be applied either in fallow or in certain registered crops as directed by the product label. 
  • The use of 2,4-D 300 in the agricultural sector has allowed an increase in no-till farming practices, which reduces soil erosion and lowers the sector’s carbon footprint.
  • 2,4-D 300 eliminates broadleaf weeds from pastures without damaging desirable grasses that livestock feed upon. It can also be used to protect native grass species against invasive weeds. 

Directions Of Use

Click here for 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide Directions for Use

Directions for Use (General*):

  • Conservation Tillage: 660mL – 2.3L per Ha + Glyphosate or Dicamba 500 + Surfactant as per label recommendations
  • Field Crops: 165mL – 7.5L per Ha
  • Pastures & Non Agricultural: 1.1L – 6.6L per Ha
  • Rights Of Way, Industrial: 330mL – 825mL per 100L Water
  • Spot Spraying – High Volume Spraying:  Add 1/10th of the rate in the weed table to 150 litres of water. Each 150 litres of mix will cover 1000m2 (1/10th/Ha). E.g. If the rate in the weed table is 1.5L, use 150mL/150L water
  • Spot Spraying – Knapsack Application:  Add 1/100th of the rate in the weed table to 10 litres of water. Each 10 litres of mix will cover 100m2 (1/100th/Ha). E.g. If the rate in the weed table is 1.5L, use 15mL/10L water

*Rates Are a General Guide Only. Before Opening, Carefully Read 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide Directions for Use, Precautionary and Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and First Aid Instructions. The product is designed for the particular purpose indicated on the label. Failure to use the product strictly as directed may be illegal and dangerous and render the product ineffective.

Questions and answers from customers

    How close to Dicamba M is Anime 300? I want to kill thistle, wild cotton, and other weeds in my pasture, so I use a hand-operated sprayer set up on my tractor to selectively spray targeted weeds.

  1. Q How close to Dicamba M is Anime 300? I want to kill thistle, wild cotton, and other weeds in my p...... Read more
    Asked by Lorell on May 17, 2024 12:35 pm
    Answered by the admin

    2,4-D Amine 300 Herbicide and Dicamba M Herbicide are both broadleaf selective herbicides. Both herbicides are designed to selectively target various broadleaf weeds without killing multiple grass species. The 24D is manufactured from 24D Amine, whereas the Dicamba M contains different active ingredients, Dicamba & MCPA. Although both products would be suitable, the 24D has a broader spectrum of broadleaf weeds that it will control.

  2. Will 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide kill slender verbena? If not, is there a selective herbicide that does?

  3. Q Will 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide kill slender verbena? If not, is there a selective herbi...... Read more
    Asked by Tammy on January 17, 2023 12:00 am
    Answered by the admin

    2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide does not list slender verbena/ veined verbena (Verbena rigida) among its list of controlled weeds.  You may want to consider Dicamba M, a selective herbicide registered to control Veined verbena in a pasture.

     

  4. Will 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide St John's wort?

  5. Q Will 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide St John's wort?
    Asked by Allan on January 15, 2023 9:21 am
    Answered by the admin

    2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide is not registered to control St John's Wort.  You may want to consider one of the following other selective herbicides registered for the control of St John's Wort:  2,4-D 300 g/L + picloram 75 g/L (e.g. Tordon® 75-D, Pulverise), Triclopyr 300 g/L + picloram 100 g/L (e.g. Scrubba, Hatchet ), Triclopyr 300 g/L + picloram 100 g/L + aminopyralid 8 g/L (e.g. Grazon Extra), Fluroxypyr 333 g/L (e.g. Starane Advanced, Fireball 400).

  6. hello it has been recommended to us to use 24D Amine 300 to kill LIPPIA in a cattle grazing paddock. We dont see LIPPIA listed anywhere as a target species. Will 24D Amine kill Lippia? Thank you

  7. Q hello it has been recommended to us to use 24D Amine 300 to kill LIPPIA in a cattle grazing paddo...... Read more
    Asked by R on April 20, 2022 11:19 am
    Answered by the admin

    2,4-D Amine 625g/L (not the 300g/L product) has a permit issued by the APVMA for use to control Lippia (Phyla canescens) on pastoral land situations via boom spray applications.  We recommend Lantana DP 600 Herbicide (Dichlorprop) as the best option for users to control Lippia.  It can either be applied by Knapsack (5mL/L Water) or Boomspray (5L/Ha) and is registered for this purpose.

  8. Hi, can you please confirm if Amine 300 is safe to use on all varieties of Rhodes grass on a selective basis? I have a broadleaf weed grass called Scented Top (Capillipedium spicigerum) invading my pasture which I would like to target. Is Amine 300 the correct product?

  9. Q Hi, can you please confirm if Amine 300 is safe to use on all varieties of Rhodes grass on a sele...... Read more
    Asked by Jason Evans on April 5, 2022 9:53 am
    Answered by the admin

    2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide only targets broadleaf species without affecting grass species when used as directed.  It should be safe to use on Rhodes Grass if applied correctly.  We doubt 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide will have any selective control on Scented Top (Capillipedium spicigerum) as Scented Top is a perennial grass species, not a broadleaf.  We are unaware of any selective herbicide safe to use in Rhodes Grass that will target Scented Top.

  10. I'm finding it difficult to get 20-litre glyphosate 360.  Would 24D 300 Amine be something similar for general weeds usage- cobblers pegs etc?
  11. Q I'm finding it difficult to get 20-litre glyphosate 360.  Would 24D 300 Amine be something simila...... Read more
    Asked by Gerry mcelhinney on January 22, 2022 4:08 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Glyphosate is a general-purpose knockdown herbicide that targets a wide variety of weeds.  24D is a selective herbicide that is only effective on broadleaf species.  If you only want to remove broadleaf species (including Cobblers Pegs) selectively, then the 24D Amine 300 will be suitable.  However, if you want to kill grasses and other non-broadleaf weeds, you will be disappointed.

  12. Hi Is this item safe for buffalo grass and could you give me a list for which kind of weeds this item is selective?
  13. Q Hi Is this item safe for buffalo grass and could you give me a list for which kind of weeds this ...... Read more
    Asked by Nael adib on October 5, 2021 7:15 am
    Answered by the admin

    We do not recommend you use 2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide in Buffalo Turf or Lawn. 

    Buffalo is a broadleaf species of plant which is what 2,4-D Amine Herbicides are designed to kill.  There are selective herbicides registered to use in Buffalo Turf such as Surefire Buffalo, Bindi & Broadleaf Weedkiller (https://bit.ly/Surefire-Buffalo) & Stadium Turf Selective Herbicide (http://bit.ly/Stadium-Herbicide).

    2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide is registered to control the following weeds in lawn/turf - Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed.

    This information and product advice is not intended to be advice or recommendations for any specific use or circumstance. You should seek specialist advice before using any product. Always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. Specialist Sales liability is limited.​

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Host & Pest

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Pasture Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Amsinckia,yellow Burrweed Or Burr Grass, Annual Thistle, Apple-of-peru, Artichoke Thistle, Bathurst Burr, Billygoat Weed Or Blue Top, Bindweed, Bitou Bush Or Boneseed, Blackberry Nightshade, Blue Snakeweed, Boxthorn, Burr Medic, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Camel Or Afghan Melon, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Cat's Ear Or Flatweed, Charlock, Clockweed, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Cotton Bush (milky Cotton Bush), Dock, Doveweed, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fleabane, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Galvanised Burr, Groundsel, Hawthorn, Hemlock, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Knobweed, Kyllinga Weed, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mother-of-millions, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paddy Melon, Parthenium Weed, Paterson's Curse, Perennial Pigweed, Pigweed Spp., Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Rubber Vine, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soft Roly Poly, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Starburr, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Three Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Weir Vine, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Balansa Clover (prior To Sowing), Barley - Prior To Sowing, Canola (prior To Sowing), Cotton (prior To Sowing), Faba Bean - Prior To Sowing, Chickpea (prior To Sowing), Field Pea (prior To Sowing), Lentil (prior To Sowing), Linseed (prior To Sowing), Lucerne (prior To Sowing), Lupin - Prior To Sowing, Narbon Bean - Prior To Sowing, Navy Bean - Prior To Sowing, Oats - Prior To Sowing, Perennial Ryegrass - Prior To Sowing, Persian Clover (prior To Sowing), Phalaris - Prior To Sowing, Rice (prior To Sowing), Safflower (prior To Sowing), Sorghum - Prior To Sowing, Soybean - Prior To Sowing, Subterranean Clover (prior To Sowing), Sunflower (prior To Sowing), Triticale - Prior To Sowing, Vetch (prior To Sowing), Wheat - Prior To Sowing & White Clover (prior To Sowing) Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Australian Bindweed - Seedling, Ball Mustard, Bathurst Burr, Bellvine - Seedling, Blackberry Nightshade, Bladder Ketmia, Blue Top - Ageratum/heliotropium Spp., Californian Burr, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine - Seedling, Charlock, Common Iceplant, Cowvine, Dock, Erodium (storksbill) - Seedling, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Ground Or Annual Ground Cherry, Horehound - Seedling, Indian Hedge Mustard, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Lincoln Weed - Seedling, Marsh Or Smallflower Mallow - Seedling, Medic, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Melon, Mexican Poppy, Native Rosella, New Zealand Spinach - Seedling, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Prickly Lettuce, Raspweed - Seedling, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed - Suppression, Sorrel - Seedling, Sow Or Milk Thistle, Spear Or Black Thistle, Subterranean Clover, Thornapple, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Volunteer Lupin, Volunteer Pea, Volunteer Safflower, Volunteer Sunflower, Volunteer Vetch Or Tares, Ward's Weed, White Clover, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed Or Knotweed - Seedling
Barley, Cereal Rye, Fallow Or Stubble,prior To Winter Cereal, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Maize, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Peanut, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Sweetcorn, High Volume Spraying & Wheat Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Indian Hedge Mustard, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Three Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Broom Millet, Saccaline & Sorghum Grain Cape Tulip, Dock, Indian Hedge Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Radish - Raphanus Raphanistrum, Saffron Thistle, Turnip Weed, Wild Turnip
Knapsack Application, Lawn, Cereal Rye, Fallow Or Stubble,prior To Winter Cereal, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Sweetcorn, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Maize, Fallow,stubble - Prior To Peanut, High Volume Spraying, Sorghum & Triticale Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Industrial Land Or Area, Knapsack Application, Lawn, Maize, Millet & Rights Of Way Artichoke Thistle, Bathurst Burr, Billygoat Weed Or Blue Top, Bitou Bush Or Boneseed, Blue Snakeweed, Boxthorn, Burr Medic, Clockweed, Cotton Bush (milky Cotton Bush), Fleabane, Galvanised Burr, Groundsel, Hawthorn, Hemlock, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Knobweed, Kyllinga Weed, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Mother-of-millions, Noogoora Burr, Parthenium Weed, Paterson's Curse, Perennial Pigweed, Pigweed Spp., Rubber Vine, Saffron Thistle, Starburr, Thornapple, Variegated Thistle, Weir Vine
Maize - Harvest Aid Spray Salvage, Sorghum - Harvest Aid Spray Salvage & Winter Cereal-harvest Aid,spray Salvage Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Desiccate Broadleaf Weeds, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Non-agricultural Area - General Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Amsinckia,yellow Burrweed Or Burr Grass, Annual Thistle, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Bindweed, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Camel Or Afghan Melon, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Cat's Ear Or Flatweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Doveweed, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paddy Melon, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soft Roly Poly, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Three Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Oats Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Ground Or Annual Ground Cherry, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Indian Hedge Mustard, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Three Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Pasture Spray/graze Amsinckia,yellow Burrweed Or Burr Grass, Annual Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Capeweed, Charlock, Dock, Dock - Seedling, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Geranium, Melon, Mustard, Paterson's Curse, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Spear Or Black Thistle, Thistle, Three Cornered Jack Or Doublegee, Turnip, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip
Pasture-conservation tillage, direct drill, spray & sow & f.main. Charlock, Clover, Mustard, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip
Peanut Broadleaf Weeds - Except Noogoora Burr, Grasses - Except Mossman Burr
Sugar Cane Bindy-eye, Blue Snakeweed, Blue Top - Ageratum/heliotropium Spp., Chinese Mint, Cobbler's Pegs, Convolvulus Vines, Fleabane, Ipomoea Vines, Jute, Leucas, Needle Burr, Spear Or Black Thistle, Water Primrose
Sweet Corn Amaranth Or Amaranthus, Apple-of-peru, Bathurst Burr, Blackberry Nightshade, Californian Burr, Californian Thistle, Caltrop Or Yellow Vine, Cape Tulip, Capeweed, Charlock, Clover, Common Iceplant, Common Vetch Or Tares, Dock, Erodium, Crowfoot Or Storksbill, Fat Hen, Fumitory - Red, Fumitory - White, Hoary Cress Or Whiteweed, Horehound, Indian Hedge Mustard, Ivy Leaf Speedwell, Khaki Weed, Lincoln Weed, Sand Rocket Or Mustard, London Rocket, Lupins, Melilotus Or Hexham Scent, Mexican Poppy, Mintweed, Mustard, New Zealand Spinach, Noogoora Burr, Paterson's Curse, Potato Or Yellow Weed, Radish - Raphanus Raphanistrum, Rough Poppy, Safflower, Saffron Thistle, Shepherd's Purse, Skeleton Weed, Slender, Shore Or Sheep Thistle, Soldier Thistle, Sorrel, Spear Or Black Thistle, Spiny Emex, Star Thistle, Stinkwort, Sunflower - Seedling, Thornapple, Turnip Weed, Variegated Thistle, Volunteer Canola Or Rapeseed, Ward's Weed, Wild Cabbage, Wild Poppy, Wild Radish Or Radish Weed, Wild Turnip, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed

Tips For Use

Restraints:

  • Do not spray if rain seems likely within 6 hours or if strong winds prevail.
  • Do not apply if crops or weeds are stressed due to dry or excessively moist conditions.

General Instructions:

  • Amine 300 Selective Herbicide is a water-soluble liquid product with non-selective herbicidal activity against broadleaf weeds.
  • Amine 300 Selective Herbicide will control emerged weeds only and provides no residual control, although certain plant back periods should be observed.
  • Amine 300 Selective Herbicide is absorbed by plant foliage. It accumulates to toxic levels in the regions of growth and reproduction, upsetting the ability of plants to balance the synthesis and use of nutrients. Visible effects are a gradual yellowing and wilting of the plants, which advances to complete browning of above-ground growth and deterioration of root systems. Effects may not be apparent for 7 -10 days or even up to 21 days under cold or cloudy conditions.
  • Do not treat weeds under poor growing or dormant conditions such as occur in drought, water-logging disease, insect damage, following frost, and weeds heavily covered with dust or silt. Reduced results may also occur if weeds are stressed from previous herbicide applications.
  • Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness.
  • Do not spray if strong winds prevail.

Surfactant Addition:

  • Do not add a surfactant except in conservation tillage where the product is to be tank mixed with products Glyphosate 360 or 450 herbicide.  In this situation always add Wetter 1000 non-ionic surfactant in accordance with label directions on the glyphosate product.
  • Do not mix with spraying oils or any other materials or agricultural chemicals except as directed on this label.

Mixing Instructions:

Amine 300 Selective Herbicide mixes readily with water. Ensure the spray tank is free of any residue of previous spray materials.

  1. Fill the spray tank with clean water to one-half of the required amount and start agitation. Do not use mechanical agitators, as these may cause excessive foaming when herbicides are added.
  2. Add the recommended herbicide additive/insecticide to the spray tank and mix thoroughly.
  3. Add Amine 300 Selective Herbicide and mix thoroughly.
  4. Add Glyphosate 450 Herbicide.
  5. When Wetter 1000 non-ionic surfactant is used, add it near the end of the filling process to minimise foaming.
  6. Always maintain adequate agitation during application and use the tank mix promptly

Protection of crops, native and other non-target plants;
Drift Warning: Direct spray contact, or even slight drift, may cause severe injury or destruction of any growing crop or other desirable plant, including trees and native vegetation.
Do not use Conquest Amine 300 Selective Herbicide when the breeze is blowing toward nearby desirable plants.
Do not apply under weather conditions or from spraying equipment that may cause spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands or pastures.
Equipment settings that produce fine droplets (150 microns or less), winds over 8km/hr, “still air”, and hot dry days all contribute to drift. Avoid spray drift and vapour movement onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tomatoes, flowers, vegetables, vines, fruit trees, legume crops, pastures, oilseed crops or other susceptible crops and trees (e.g. Kurrajongs, Belahs).

Protection of Livestock:

  • Low hazard to bees.
  • May be applied at any time as recommended in the Directions For Use

Protection of Wildlife, Fish Crustacean and Environment;

  • Do not contaminate dams, rivers or streams with this product or used container.

Storage: 

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

Safety Directions:

  • Poisonous if swallowed.
  • Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
  • Do not inhale spray mist.
  • When preparing spray, wear a PVC or rubber apron, elbow-length PVC gloves and a face shield.
  • When using the prepared spray, wear a face shield.
  • If the product is on the skin, immediately wash the 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, wash gloves, face shield and contaminated clothing.

First Aid:

  • If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. (Tel: 13 11 26).
  • Additional information is listed in the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

This information and product advice is not intended as advice or recommendations for any specific use or circumstance. You should seek specialist advice before using any product. Always follow the manufacturer’s guidelines. Specialist Sales liability is limited.​

Withholding Period

Withholding Period Details (WHP):

  • Pasture, Cereal Crops: Do not graze or cut for stock food for 7 days after application.
  • Crop Harvest: Not required when used as directed.
  • In Tasmania, this product may only be used from 15 April to 15 September unless otherwise permitted by the Registrar of Pesticides.

SDS & Technical

2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide Label (APVMA) Download Pdf
2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide Label Download Pdf
2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide SDS Download Pdf
2,4-D Amine 300 Selective Herbicide Spray Drift Instructions Download Pdf

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