Garlon 600 Herbicide (Triclopyr)

Garlon 600 Herbicide contains the active ingredient Triclopyr, which has activity on a wide range of broadleaf weeds, woody weeds and melons.

Active Ingredient: Triclopyr @ 600g/L

Similar Or Comparable To MACA 600 Herbicide (Conquest), Invader 600 Herbicide (Nufarm),  & Axeman 600 Herbicide (Apparent)

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Garlon 600 Herbicide (Triclopyr) GARLON-600-HERBICIDE Corteva

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Garlon 600 Herbicide

Active Ingredient: Triclopyr @ 600g/L

Similar Or Comparable To MACA 600 Herbicide (Conquest), Invader 600 Herbicide (Nufarm),  & Axeman 600 Herbicide (Apparent)

Garlon 600 Herbicide contains the active ingredient Triclopyr, which has activity on a wide range of broadleaf weeds, woody weeds and melons as specified in the Directions of Use.

Why choose Garlon 600 Herbicide;

  • Contains the active ingredient Triclopyr, which has activity on a wide range of broadleaf weeds.
  • A foliar spray option for tough-to-kill woody weeds and many noxious herbaceous weeds.
  • Acts rapidly on weed foliage to provide quick browning of leaves and stems.
  • Leaf brownout and distortion of stem tips will normally be obvious within three days of application.
  • Short residual life in the soil allows planting of sensitive crops and shrubs soon after application.
  • Targets Camel/Afghan & Prickly Paddy Melon.
  • Fallow management tool to control melons and importantly conserve moisture. 
  • Effective on both seedlings and larger advanced weeds. 
  • Compatible with a wide range of herbicides. 
  • Rainfastness in 1 hour.
  • Various application methods including High Volume Spraying, Boom, Aerial, Controlled Droplet, Low Volume High Concentrate, Gas Powered (Splatter) Gun, Basal Bark and Cut Stump methods.
  • Classified as a Group I Herbicide, with a mode of action where the weed cannot grow due to disruption of plant cell growth. Triclopyr belongs to the Pyridines chemical group.
  • Registered for the control of woody weeds and melons as specified. Further details of use can be found in the Direction of Use section on the Product Label.
  • Registered to control broadleaf weeds while leaving grasses and conifers unaffected.
  • Garlon 600 Herbicide is unusually effective on woody plants and is used for brush control in rights of way and defoliation of wooded areas.

Garlon 600 Herbicide is effective on the following weeds;

Acacia Genus Eucalyptus Species – See Label
Angophora Fennel
Australian Or Native Blackthorn Furze Or Gorse
Banksia Green Or Early Black Wattle
Bitter Bark Or Quinine Tree Groundsel Bush
Black Or Brisbane Black Wattle Horehound
Blackberry Lantana – Lantana Camara
Brigalow Needlewood
Brooms Olive – Olea Europaea
Brown Salwood Or Hickory Wattle Paperbark
Budda Or False Sandalwood Prickly Acacia
Camphor Laurel – Seedling Privet
Capeweed Rubber Vine
Castor Oil Bush Saffron Thistle
Chilean Cestrum Silver Wattle
Chinee Apple Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear
Common Prickly Pear St John’s Wort
Dawson Gum Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose
English Broom Tiger Pear
English Ivy Tree-of-heaven
Eucalyptus – Seedling And Sucker Yellow Wood

Pack Sizes: 1L, 5L & 20L

Registrant: DOW Agrosciences Australia Limited (APVMA #: 31898)

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    My mate had a blackberry bush he couldn’t kill with roundup, I sprayed it once with garlon an it killed it dead.

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    Garlon 600 Herbicide (Triclopyr)

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    Works very well getting rid of black locust and privet and other undesirables.

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredient Triclopyr.
  • A foliar spray option for tough-to-kill woody weeds and many noxious herbaceous weeds.
  • Acts rapidly on weed foliage to provide quick browning of leaves and stems.
  • Leaf brownout and distortion of stem tips will normally be obvious within three days of application.
  • Short residual life in the soil allows planting of sensitive crops and shrubs soon after application.
  • Targets Camel/Afghan & Prickly Paddy Melon.
  • Fallow management tool to control melons and importantly conserve moisture. 
  • Effective on both seedlings and larger advanced weeds. 
  • Compatible with a wide range of herbicides. 
  • Rainfastness in 1 hour.
  • Various application methods including High Volume Spraying, Boom, Aerial, Controlled Droplet, Low Volume High Concentrate, Gas Powered (Splatter) Gun, Basal Bark and Cut Stump methods.

Directions Of Use

Directions for Use:

General Applications: 80mL – 1L per 100L Water – Refer to Directions for Use for full application, mixing & use rates.

Gas Powered Gun / Splatter Gun: 280mL – 400mL per 10L Water

Basal Bark & Cut Stump: 0.5L – 4L per 60L Diesel

Refer to label directions for mixing instructions and application directions prior to spraying.

Mixing:

  • Half fill the spray unit with water and add the required amount of Garlon 600.
  • Add the remaining water with the agitator running.
  • If required, then add crop oils or wetters (surfactants).
  • Maintain mechanical or by-pass agitation in the spray tank during spraying.
  • Only mix sufficient solution for immediate daily use and avoid storing.

Basal Bark and Cut Stump Application: 

  • Quarter fill the spray unit or mixing container with diesel and add the required amount of Garlon 600.
  • Add the remaining diesel and shake or agitate thoroughly to mix the contents.
  • Periodically shake or agitate to stop product settling out.
  • Only mix sufficient solution for immediate daily use and avoid storing.

Rates Are a General Guide Only. Before Opening, Carefully Read Garlon Triclopyr 600 Herbicide Directions for Use, Precautionary and Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and First Aid Instructions.

Questions and answers from customers

    I have been recommended to use Triclopyr for Periwinkle (Vinca major) eradication. I have a dreadful outbreak of it in my front garden (every year I try and dig it out, but I'm losing the battle) and grass and paths, and it is choking one of my Evergreen 3m high Evergreen Magnolias (have managed to get to the good one in time but it is there), Daffodils and Lavender bushes and my neighbour's Japonica. I am happy to sacrifice my lavenders and can dig out the bulbs, but I am concerned about what it will do to my two Magnolias. So, would you recommend this or something else?

  1. Q I have been recommended to use Triclopyr for Periwinkle (Vinca major) eradication. I have a dread...... Read more
    Asked by SARAH on September 10, 2023 9:53 am
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide (Triclopyr) does not claim nor has a current APVMA permit registered to control Blue Periwinkle (vinca major). There is a current APVMA permit 9907 held by the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage, which includes the registered use of several different herbicides to control Blue Periwinkle, i.e. Fluroxypyr, Glyphosate, or Metsulfuron-methyl. For further details on the use of these herbicides, please refer to https://weeds.dpi.nsw.gov.au/Weeds/Blueperiwinkle. Please be aware that these herbicides can severely damage or kill surrounding plants/ trees if they come in contact. Always read the 'directions for use label' carefully to ensure suitability to your situation.

  2. What is the diesel to Garlon 600 Herbicide ratio when dealing with broom weed?

  3. Q What is the diesel to Garlon 600 Herbicide ratio when dealing with broom weed?
    Asked by richard on June 13, 2023 2:36 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide 'directions for use' can be found on the product page. Scroll down to the 'SDS & Technical' tab; a PDF file will be available for download or printing. Recommends for controlling Broom (Genista spp.) as a basal bark or cut stump application at a mixing rate of 1.25L to 60L diesel. Always read the 'directions for use' carefully before use.

  4. To control English Ivy, the spec sheet says "DO NOT treat ivy growing up trees or on other plants as death of the host may result." Is that because of the risk of spraying onto the tree? For example, if I spray the ivy infestation adjacent to the tree (the ivy spreads from that area onto the tree but I've also cut the ivy at the point it climbs the tree) .. is that still dangerous to the tree (the tree in this case is an oak and plane tree).

  5. Q To control English Ivy, the spec sheet says "DO NOT treat ivy growing up trees or on other plants...... Read more
    Asked by Simon on February 26, 2023 12:49 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide 'directions for use' list the following critical comment, "Do not treat ivy growing up trees or on other plants as the host's death may result".  This refers to the risk of spraying onto the host tree or plant.  

  6. Is Garlon 600 Herbicide effective for the control of Wandering Willy/Trad/Wandering Jew? Assuming the 1% mix rate and spray onto active, matted weed beds?

  7. Q Is Garlon 600 Herbicide effective for the control of Wandering Willy/Trad/Wandering Jew? Assuming...... Read more
    Asked by Mike van Zoggel on February 13, 2023 2:58 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide is not registered or recommended to control Wandering Jew (Trad). Herbicides made from Fluroxypyr (i.e. Starane) effectively control Wandering Jew or Trad (Tradescantia albiflora) in agricultural non-crop areas, commercial and industrial areas, forests, pastures and rights-of-way. As there are different strengths of Fluroxypyr, the mixing rates vary. Fluroxypyr @ 200g/L - 150mL per 10L Water, Fluroxypyr @ 333g/L (Starane Advanced) - 90mL per 10L Water & Fluroxypyr @ 400g/L - 75mL per 10L Water. Note - Use as a foliar spray and apply to young plants up to and including flowering. Some regrowth will usually occur and will require retreatment. Another option is to use Vigilant II Gel as a leaf-wiping application. Vigilant II Gel must be applied to at least 50% of the leaves.

  8. I will be removing large thriving agapanthus with an excavator soon and would like to know if Garlon 600 Herbicide can be used in the soil to stop regrowth from coming back. I plan to plant a small native plant in the same area in a few months.

  9. Q I will be removing large thriving agapanthus with an excavator soon and would like to know if Gar...... Read more
    Asked by Maria on February 5, 2023 6:52 am
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide is not registered for or makes any claims of controlling Agapanthus. Garlon is registered to be applied as a basal bark/cut stump or foliar application in Agricultural Non-Crop Areas, Commercial and Industrial Areas, Forests, Pastures and Rights-Of-Way, not domestic. We would suggest Vigilant II Herbicide Gel be considered, which is registered to control Agapanthus.

  10. What is the best herbicide to kill Mimosa Pudica (Common Sensitive Weed)? Google tells me a triclopyr herbicide, which is how I ended up here, but reading these product specifications, it doesn't mention Mimosa Pudica.

  11. Q What is the best herbicide to kill Mimosa Pudica (Common Sensitive Weed)? Google tells me a tricl...... Read more
    Asked by Michael on February 4, 2023 1:36 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide (made from Triclopyr) is not registered to control Common Sensitive Plant (mimosa pudica). However, several different actives are registered to control Common Sensitive Plant depending on the situation, stage of growth, and application. i.e. Starane Advanced (Fluroxypyr, or Fireball 400 (Fluroxypyr), or Sabakem Fluroxypyr 400 Herbicide (Fluroxypyr), or Grazon Extra (Aminopyralid, Picloram & Triclopyr), or Scrubba (Picloram & Triclopyr), or Hatchet Herbicide (Picloram & Triclopyr).

  12. Could I use Garlon 600 Herbicide on the stump of an out-of-control wisteria in a suburban garden?

  13. Q Could I use Garlon 600 Herbicide on the stump of an out-of-control wisteria in a suburban garden?... Read more
    Asked by Frieda on January 19, 2023 6:55 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide is registered to be applied to many noxious plants in Agricultural Non-Crop Areas, Commercial and Industrial Areas, Forests, Pastures and Rights-Of-Way as a cut stump application. Although not explicitly registered to control Wisteria, Vigilant II Herbicide Gel may be a better option than Garlon 600 as it is ideally suited for use in environmentally sensitive and difficult-to-access areas. Vigilant II is applied directly to freshly cut/crushed stems or trunks of weed plants.

  14. Does Garlon 600 Herbicide kill radish?

  15. Q Does Garlon 600 Herbicide kill radish?
    Asked by toddy on August 15, 2022 3:03 pm
    Answered by the admin

    Garlon 600 Herbicide is not registered for or makes any claims of control over Wild Raddish.  We would suggest selective herbicides such as MCPA 750 or 24D Amine Herbicide.

  16. Can you mix Garlon 600 with Spray Seed.
  17. Q Can you mix Garlon 600 with Spray Seed.
    Asked by Ivan morris on November 27, 2021 9:45 am
    Answered by the admin

    Neither the Garlon 600 nor the Spray Seed label have either product listed as being compatible, so we would not recommend using them together in a tank mix.  If you decide to go 'off-label' and mix both products, a jar test would be advised before application.

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Host & Pest

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Pasture, Non-crop Area - General, Commercial Area - General, Forest, Industrial Land Or Area & Right-of-way - General Acacia Genus, African Boxthorn, Angophora, Australian Or Native Blackthorn, Banksia, Bitter Bark Or Quinine Tree, Black Or Brisbane Black Wattle, Blackberry, Brigalow, Brooms, Brown Salwood Or Hickory Wattle, Budda Or False Sandalwood, Camphor Laurel - Seedling, Capeweed, Castor Oil Bush, Chilean Cestrum, Chinee Apple, Common Prickly Pear, Dawson Gum, English Broom, English Ivy, Eucalyptus - Seedling And Sucker, Eucalyptus Species - See Label, Fennel, Furze Or Gorse, Green Or Early Black Wattle, Groundsel Bush, Groundsel Bush - Seedling, Horehound, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Needlewood, Olive - Olea Europaea, Paperbark, Prickly Acacia, Privet, Rubber Vine, Saffron Thistle, Silver Wattle, Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear, St John's Wort, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tiger Pear, Tree-of-heaven, Yellow Wood
Fallow Crop Land Weed Control, Firebreak Weed Control & Stubble Weed Control Camel Or Afghan Melon, Paddy Melon
Fire Trail & Non-agricultural Area - General Broadleaf Hopbush, Narrow Leaf Hop Bush, Turpentine Bush
Sorghum - Post-emergence Paddy Melon

Tips For Use

Restraints:

  • Do not apply to weeds which may be stressed (not actively growing) due to prolonged periods of Extreme cold, moisture stress (water-logged or drought affected), poor nutrition,  presence of disease, or previous herbicide treatment as reduced levels of control may result.
  • Do not spray if rain is likely within one hour or if foliage is wet from rain and dew. However, when tank mixed with glyphosate 450 herbicide, this time extends to 6 hours. 
  • Do not burn off, cut or clear blackberry or other woody weeds for six months after spraying.

Woody Weed Situations:

  • Weeds need to be actively growing for herbicides to have optimum effect.
  • Delay treatment until all regrowth has had time to grow to one metre high in situations, which have been bulldozed, slashed, burnt, ploughed or areas having a previous chemical treatment. 

Gas powered gun: 

  • Apply 50 mL shots to obtain uniform coverage of 4 to 5 m² of surface area of bush.
  • This relates to 20 droplets/cm² of leaf surface.

Basal Bark and Cut Stump Treatment:

  • Mix Garlon 600 in diesel. The use of diesel as a herbicide carrier may affect the rubber seals in some sprayers.
  • To avoid this, use sprayers, which use Viton seals and fittings.
  • When using Garlon 600 with diesel, nitrile gloves should be worn instead of rubber gloves.

Basal Bark Method:

  • Do not apply to wet stems as this can repel the diesel mixture.
  • Apply only with hand-directed equipment such as a pressure sprayer or a paintbrush.
  • Spray equipment should be used at low pressures, up to 200 kPa, to avoid excessive splashing or drift.
  • Species with old, rough bark require more thorough wetting than smooth barked species.
  • Liberally spray or paint the bark around the stem from ground level up to 30 cm high, wetting thoroughly to the point of runoff (unless otherwise stated).

Cut Stump Method:

  • Stems should be cut less than 15 cm above the ground.
  • Immediately apply Garlon 600/diesel mixture liberally to the freshly cut stump by spray or painting the cut surface and sides of the stem. 

For Native Vegetation: 

Use of Garlon 600 herbicide on native vegetation must be done in accordance with state and/or local legislation.

First Aid:

  • If poisoning occurs contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 131 126.
  • For further information, refer to the Safety Data Sheet (SDS).

Withholding Period

Withholding Period Details (WHP):

  • Pasture, Sorghum: Not required when used as directed.

SDS & Technical

Garlon Triclopyr 600 Herbicide Label Download Pdf
Garlon Triclopyr 600 Herbicide SDS Download Pdf

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