|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
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.
WITHHOLDING PERIOD DETAILS (WHP):
Pasture, Sorghum: Not required when used as directed.