Hatchet Extra Herbicide

Hatchet Extra Herbicide controls a range of environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous weeds. It contains three active ingredients: Triclopyr, Picloram, and Aminopyralid. This three-way punch creates a synergistic effect that tackles a wider range of weeds than single-ingredient herbicides.

Hatchet Extra Herbicide is selective, meaning it controls target weeds without harming desirable pasture grasses when used as directed.

Active Ingredients: Triclopyr @ 300g/L, Picloram @ 100g/L & Aminopyralid @ 8g/L

Similar or comparable to Grazon Extra Herbicide (Corteva) & Woody Extra Herbicide (Apparent/Titan Ag)

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Hatchet Extra Herbicide HATCHET-EXTRA Conquest Crop Protection

Description

Hatchet Extra Herbicide

Active Ingredients: Triclopyr @ 300g/L, Picloram @ 100g/L & Aminopyralid @ 8g/L

Similar or comparable to Grazon Extra Herbicide (Corteva) & Woody Extra Herbicide (Apparent/Titan Ag)

Hatchet Extra Herbicide controls a range of environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous weeds. It contains three active ingredients: Triclopyr, Picloram, and Aminopyralid. This three-way punch creates a synergistic effect that tackles a wider range of weeds than single-ingredient herbicides. This synergy allows for improved control of tough, resilient woody plants. Two of the active ingredients contained in Hatchet Extra have residual properties that, in many situations, can stay active in the soil for a period of time, preventing targeted woody plants and weeds from regerminating.

Hatchet Extra Herbicide is effective on tough environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous weeds: It’s particularly useful against hard-to-kill woody weeds that resist other herbicides. Hatchet Extra Herbicide is selective, meaning it controls target weeds without harming desirable pasture grasses when used as directed.

What weeds does Hatchet Extra Herbicide target;

African Boxthorn Chinese Shrub Giant Bramble Milfoil (Yarrow) Sifton Bush
Angophora Spp. Cockspur Thorn Gorse Mistflower Smartweed
Australian Blackthorn Common Sensitive Plant Green Cestrum Montpellier Broom Smooth Tree Pear
Banksia Spp. Common Sowthistle Groundsel Bush (Baccharis Halimifolia) Mother-Of-Millions Spear Thistle
Biddy Bush Cow Vine Hawthorn Paddy’s Lucerne St John’s Wort
Bitterbark (Alstonia Constricta) Crofton Weed Horehound Parkinsonia Sweet Briar
Blackberry Cucumber Melon (Cucumis Melo) Japanese Sunflower Paterson’s Curse Thistles
Blackberry Nightshade (Suppression Only) Docks Lantana Polymeria Pusilla Tobacco Weed
Blue Heliotrope Eastern Cotton Bush (Maireana Microphylla) Lantana – Camara Prickly Paddy Melon Tropical Soda Apple
Camel Melon English Broom Lantana – Montevidensis Prickly Pear (Common) Wattle (Acacia Spp.) (Except Corkwood Wattle)
Camphor Laurel Eucalyptus Spp. Limebush Prosopis Velutina Wild Rosemary (Cassinia Laevis)
Cape Broom Fireweed Lion Tail (Leonatis Nepetifolia) Ragwort Wild Tobacco Tree
Capeweed Flax Leaf Broom Lucerne (Established) Rubber Vine (Not Infected With Rust)
Casuarina Spp. Flax-Leaf Fleabane (Conyza Bonariensis) Manuka Siam Weed
Chinese Apple Galenia Mesquite (Prosopis Spp.) Sicklepod

How can Hatchet Extra Herbicide be applied;

  • High Volume Spraying
  • Hand Gun
  • Knapsack & 12 Volt Sprayer Packs
  • Aerial Application
  • Controlled Droplet Application (CDA)
  • Low Volume High Concentrate Application Techniques (i.e. Gas Powered/Splatter Gun & Sprinkler Sprayers)
  • Boom Application (woody weeds and fallow)
  • Blanket Wiper (fallow)

Hatchet Extra Herbicide is a member of the pyridines and pyridyloxy-carboxylates group of herbicides. It mode of action disrupts the plant cell growth. Aminopyralid and picloram remain active in the soil for extended periods depending on the rate of application, soil type (clay content), rainfall, temperature, humidity, soil moisture and soil organic matter.

Pack Sizes: 1L, 5L, 20L & 1000L

Registrant: Conquest Crop Protection Pty Ltd (APVMA #94072)

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains three active ingredients: Triclopyr, Picloram, and Aminopyralid.
  • Broad-spectrum control of weeds.
  • Long-lasting residual activity.
  • Effective against tough woody weeds.
  • Selective – protects desired plants.
  • Increases the value of your land and complying with government legislation.
  • Increases productive pasture to carry more stock per hectare.
  • Reduces stock hideouts, making mustering easier.
  • Reduces the risk of fire, especially during dry winters or droughts.
  • Reduces vermin through habitat disturbance.
  • Reduces erosion by improving pasture to hold topsoil.
  • Group 4 (Group I) Herbicide Mode of Action.

Directions Of Use

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General Rates:

  • High Volume Spraying: 150mL – 750mL per 100L Water
  • Aerial Application: 1.5L – 10L per Hectare
  • Controlled Droplet Application (CDA): Apply Undiluted
  • Low Volume High Concentrate Application Techniques (Gas Powered Gun, Sprinkler Sprayer): 335mL – 500mL per 10L Water
  • Boom Application: 2L – 5L per Hectare
  • Boom Application (Fallow): 200mL – 500mL per Hectare
  • Blanket Wiper Application: 1:4 (1 part Hatchet Extra to 4 parts water)

Rates are a general guide only.  Before opening, carefully read Hatchet Extra 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.

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Host & Pest

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Agricultural Non-Crop Areas African Boxthorn, Angophora, Australian Or Native Blackthorn, Banksia, Blackberry In Assoc With Other Weed (See, Blue Heliotrope Or Blue Top, Camphor Laurel, Cape Or Montpellier Broom, Capeweed, Casuarina Or Sheoak, Chilean Cestrum, Chinee Apple, Chinese Scrub, Cockspur Thorn, Common Prickly Pear, Common Sensitive Plant, Common Sida, Crofton Weed, Eastern Cotton Bush, English Broom, Eucalyptus, Fireweed, Flax Leaf Broom, Flaxleaf Fleabane, Furze Or Gorse, Galenia, Giant Bramble, Groundsel Bush, Hawthorn - Less Than 2 M Tall, Horehound, Japanese Sunflower, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana - Lantana Montevidensis, Limebush, Lion Tail, Manuka, Mesquite, Mesquite - Prosopis Velutina, Milfoil Or Yarrow, Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Mother-Of-Millions, Parkinsonia, Paterson's Curse, Rubber Vine - Not Infected With Rust, Siam Weed, Sickle Pod, Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tobacco Weed, Tropical Soda Apple, Wattle - Except Corkwood Wattle, Wild Rosemary, Wild Tobacco Tree
Commercial/Industrial Land, Forest & Rights Of Way African Boxthorn, Angophora, Australian Or Native Blackthorn, Banksia, Blackberry In Assoc With Other Weed (See, Blue Heliotrope Or Blue Top, Camphor Laurel, Cape Or Montpellier Broom, Capeweed, Casuarina Or Sheoak, Chilean Cestrum, Chinee Apple, Chinese Scrub, Cockspur Thorn, Common Prickly Pear, Common Sensitive Plant, Common Sida, Crofton Weed, Eastern Cotton Bush, English Broom, Eucalyptus, Fireweed, Flax Leaf Broom, Flaxleaf Fleabane, Furze Or Gorse, Galenia, Giant Bramble, Groundsel Bush, Hawthorn - Less Than 2 M Tall, Horehound, Japanese Sunflower, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana - Lantana Montevidensis, Limebush, Lion Tail, Manuka, Mesquite, Mesquite - Prosopis Velutina, Milfoil Or Yarrow, Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Mother-Of-Millions, Paterson's Curse, Rubber Vine - Not Infected With Rust, Siam Weed, Sickle Pod, Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tobacco Weed, Tropical Soda Apple, Wattle - Except Corkwood Wattle, Wild Rosemary, Wild Tobacco Tree
Fallow Land Bitter Bark Or Quinine Tree, Blackberry Nightshade - Suppression, Camel Or Afghan Melon, Cowvine, Cucumber Melon, Lucerne - Established, Paddy Melon, Polymeria, Sow Or Milk Thistle
Pasture African Boxthorn, Angophora, Australian Or Native Blackthorn, Banksia, Blackberry In Assoc With Other Weed (See, Blue Heliotrope Or Blue Top, Camphor Laurel, Cape Or Montpellier Broom, Capeweed, Casuarina Or Sheoak, Chilean Cestrum, Chinee Apple, Chinese Scrub, Cockspur Thorn, Common Prickly Pear, Common Sensitive Plant, Common Sida, Crofton Weed, Eastern Cotton Bush, English Broom, Eucalyptus, Fireweed, Flax Leaf Broom, Furze Or Gorse, Galenia, Giant Bramble, Groundsel Bush, Hawthorn - Less Than 2 M Tall, Horehound, Japanese Sunflower, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana - Lantana Montevidensis, Limebush, Lion Tail, Manuka, Mesquite, Mesquite - Prosopis Velutina, Milfoil Or Yarrow, Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Mother-Of-Millions, Paterson's Curse, Rubber Vine - Not Infected With Rust, Siam Weed, Sickle Pod, Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tobacco Weed, Wattle - Except Corkwood Wattle, Wild Rosemary, Wild Tobacco Tree

Tips For Use

General Instructions:

  • Aminopyralid and picloram remain active in the soil for extended periods depending on the rate of application, soil type (clay content), rainfall, temperature, humidity, soil moisture and soil organic matter.
  • Refer to plant back period tables in the directions of use that show plant back periods to particular crops following the application of Hatchet Extra in different areas/situations of Australia.

Application in 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 approximately 1 metre in situations that have been bulldozed, slashed, burnt, ploughed or areas having a previous chemical treatment.

Application Of Woody Weeds:

  • High Volume Spraying – Thorough coverage of foliage to the point of run-off is essential. However, excess spraying should be avoided, which is a waste of chemicals.
  • Knapsack & 12 Volt Sprayer Packs – Apply the recommended spray mix to give full coverage of leaves and stems. Only recommended for the control of herbaceous weeds, such as capeweed, fireweed and spear thistle, and woody weeds that are not regrowth less than 60 cm high or 60 cm diameter.
  • Aerial Application – Apply Hatchet Extra in 200L of water/Ha using an aircraft to apply 100L per pass on a double overlap pattern using nozzle configurations to produce coarse to very coarse droplets.
  • Low Volume High Concentrate Application Techniques – Good control will be achieved, similar to high volume application, where bush size enables good coverage of the entire bush. Use a marking agent, as recommended by the equipment manufacturers, to check spray coverage.
    • Gas-Powered Gun: Apply 50mL shots to obtain uniform coverage of 4m2 to 5m2 of bush surface area. This relates to 20 droplets/cm2 of the leaf surface.
    • Sprinkler Sprayer: This technique involves using a micro sprinkler that is connected to a hollow fibreglass rod attached to a pneumatic knapsack sprayer. Use at low pressures (50 to 200kPa) and apply with a slow sweeping action over the top of the plants, ensuring even coverage of the leaves.
  • Boom Application – Application in a minimum spray volume of 200L/ha for Galenia and St John’s wort and 600L of water/ha for Sicklepod. Flat fan nozzles are recommended, using pressure in the range of 200-300kPa. Boom height must be set to ensure a double overlap of nozzle patterns.

Compatibility:

  • Follow any regional restrictions, and all directions and restrictions on the label, of any chemical mixed with Conquest Hatchet Extra Herbicide EC (eg. 2,4-D amine).

Mixing:

  • Mix only with water.
  • Half-fill the spray unit with water, and add the required amount of Hatchet Extra. 
  • Add the remaining water while the agitator is running. 
  • If required, then add spray 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.

Restraints: 

  • Do not apply to weeds that 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, damage 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 or dew.
  • Do not burn off, cut or clear blackberry or other woody weeds for at least six months after spraying.
  • Do not apply by aerial application in wind in excess of 15km/hr and air temperatures above 35°C.

In areas prone to flooding, treatment should commence after any annual flooding, as such areas that flooded within 9 months following application may have reduced results.

Spray Drift Restraints:

  • Specific definitions for terms used in this section of the label can be found at apvma.gov.au/spraydrift
  • Do not allow bystanders to come into contact with the spray cloud.
  • Do not apply in a manner that may cause an unacceptable impact on native vegetation, agricultural crops, landscaped gardens and aquaculture production or cause contamination of plant or livestock commodities outside the application site from spray drift. Wherever possible, correctly use application equipment designed to reduce spray drift and apply when the wind direction is away from these sensitive areas.
  • Do not apply unless the wind speed is between 3 and 20 kilometres per hour at the application site during the time of application.
  • Do not apply if there are hazardous surface temperature inversion conditions present at the application site during the time of application. Surface temperature inversion conditions exist most evenings one to two hours before sunset and persist until one to two hours after sunrise.

Other Limitations: 

  • In Tasmania, For Blackberry: Do not treat bushes carrying mature or near mature fruit.
  • For Native Vegetation: Use of Hatchet Extra Herbicide on native vegetation must be done in accordance with State and/or Local legislation.

Protection Of Crops, Native And Other Non-Target Plants:

  • Crops susceptible to Hatchet Herbicide include, but are not limited to, peas, lupins, lucerne, navy beans, peanuts, soybeans and other legumes, cotton, flowers, fruit, hops, ornamentals, shade trees and Pinus spp., potatoes, safflower, sugar beet, sunflowers, tobacco, tomatoes, vegetables and vines.
  • Hatchet Extra Herbicide is damaging to susceptible crops during both growing and dormant periods. 
  • Grasses are normally unaffected and are established quickly after treatment.
  • Picloram and aminopyralid, two of the active constituents in this product, can remain in the soil for extended periods depending on soil type and application rate, rainfall, temperature, humidity, soil moisture and soil organic matter.
  • Do not apply under weather conditions or from spraying equipment, which may cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands, pastures, watercourses, or native vegetation.
  • Do not allow physical spray to drift onto waterways, native vegetation, and susceptible crops.
  • Do not apply close to or in areas containing roots of desirable vegetation, where treated soil may be washed onto areas growing (or areas to be planted with) desirable plants.
  • Do not apply on sites where surface water from heavy rain can be expected to run off to areas containing, or to be planted with susceptible crops or plants.
  • Do not move soil, which may have been treated, to areas where desirable plants are to be grown.

Management Of Residues In Compost, Mulches And Animal Waste:

  • Do not cut pasture or hay for silage production within six (6) months of application, where it is intended for use off-farm.
  • Do not use treated plant material to make compost, mulches or mushroom substrates. 
  • Do not send straw from treated pastures off-farm for the purposes of animal bedding. 
  • Do not send animal manure, dairy shed or feed pad effluent that has been collected from animals grazing or fed pastures treated within the last six (6) months off-farm. 
  • Spreading/irrigating this manure/effluent may cause damage to clover and other susceptible plants.
  • Do not send compost made from animal waste that has been collected from animals grazing or fed pastures within the previous 6 months off-farm. Such compost may cause damage to clover and other susceptible plants.
  • Do not apply animal waste (e.g. manure, slurry) collected from animals grazing or fed pastures treated within the previous six (6) months to susceptible plants or land used to grow susceptible plants.
  • Do not grow susceptible plants within the relevant plant back period in fields treated with manure/effluent from farms where animals have grazed or been fed treated pasture until a field bioassay shows there are no residues in the soil at levels injurious to the susceptible plants (see crop rotation section).
  • To promote herbicide decomposition, manure should be evenly incorporated into the soil surface. 
  • The breakdown of residues in decomposing plants or manure is more rapid under warm, moist soil conditions and may be enhanced by supplemental irrigation.

Protection Of Livestock:

  • Poisonous plants may become more palatable after spraying and stock should be kept away from these plants until they have died down.
  • Many plants remain poisonous after death, and stock should not be allowed access it, as there is a likelihood that they may graze the dead material. Such material should be burnt if possible.

Protection Of Wildlife, Fish, Crustaceans And Environment:

  • Do not contaminate streams, rivers, or watercourses with the chemical or used containers.

Storage:

  • Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. 
  • Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Safety Directions:

  • It will irritate the eyes and skin. 
  • Avoid contact with eyes and skin. 
  • When opening the container and preparing spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and elbow-length chemical resistant gloves and face shield or goggles.
  • When using the prepared spray with hand-held application equipment, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and elbow-length chemical-resistant gloves. 
  • After each day of use, wash gloves, face shields or goggles and contaminated clothing. 
  • Wash hands after use.

First Aid Instructions: 

  • If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. 
  • Phone Australia 13 11 26. 
  • If swallowed, do not induce vomiting. 
  • If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash the skin thoroughly. 
  • If in eyes, hold the eyes open, flood them with water for at least 15 minutes and see a doctor.
  • For further information, refer to 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: Cutting or Grazing Pastures for Stock Food: Not required when used as directed. 

Trade Advice:

  • The grazing withholding period only applies to stock slaughtered for the domestic market.
  • Some export markets apply different standards.
  • To meet these standards, ensure that in addition to complying with the grazing withholding period, the Export Slaughter Interval is observed before stock is sold or slaughtered.

Export Slaughter Interval (ESI) – 3 days:

  • Livestock that has been grazed on or fed treated crops within 42 days of application should be placed on clean feed for three (3) days prior to slaughter.

Export Grazing Interval (EGI) – 42 days:

  • Livestock that has been grazing on treated crops or pasture should not be sold for export slaughter for 42 days (6 weeks) after application of the chemical product unless the export slaughter interval has been observed. 

When Hatchet Extra Herbicide is used as directed and the above withholding periods and/ or export intervals are observed, treated grain and livestock commodities are considered acceptable for export. However, export requirements are subject to change. Consult your exporter for updated information about specific market requirements. 

Important: Read the ‘Management Of Residues In Compost, Mulches And Animal Waste’ in the Protection of Crops, Natives and other Non-Target Plants section of the product label.

SDS & Technical

Hatchet Extra Herbicide Label (APVMA) Download Pdf
Hatchet Extra Herbicide SDS Download Pdf

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