Hotshot Herbicide (Aminopyralid & Fluroxypyr)

Hotshot Herbicide is used for the control of various pasture weeds, broadleaf weeds, climbing buckwheat, lantana & other woody weeds in various situations including pastures, winter cereals, non-crop areas, forests and rights of way.

Active Ingredients: Aminopyralid @ 10g/L & Fluroxypyr @ 140g/L

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Hotshot Herbicide (Aminopyralid & Fluroxypyr) HOTSHOT DOW Agrosciences

Description

HOTSHOT HERBICIDE

Active Ingredients: Aminopyralid @ 10g/L & Fluroxypyr @ 140g/L

Hotshot Herbicide is used for the control of various pasture weeds, broadleaf weeds, climbing buckwheat, lantana & other woody weeds in various situations including pastures, winter cereals, non-crop areas, forests and rights of way.

Hotshot contains fluroxypyr and aminopyralid.  Aminopyralid is a pyridine carboxylic used as a selective, post-emergent herbicide to control key broadleaf weeds. It is a new generation active ingredient that is effective at very low rates when compared with other herbicides.

TARGET WEEDS:
Winter cereals: Climbing buckwheat, fleabane and other broadleaf weeds.
Pastures: lantana, fireweed and certain other weeds.

HOTSHOT HERBICIDE FOR LANTANA CONTROL:
Lantana can be treated using Hotshot Herbicide using a foliar spray application at a rate of 500 to 700 mL/100 L of water. This method can be used in any Australian state or territory.
The best time to treat for control of lantana is from December through to April, although if conditions allow treatment can be as early as October or as late as July. Lantana is a heavily branched shrub that can grow as compact clumps, dense thickets and as a scrambling and climbing vine. The stems are square with small, recurved prickles along the edges. The leaves are bright green above, paler beneath, about 6 cm long, with rounded, toothed edges. Leaves grow opposite one another along the stem. Flowers appear most of the year in clustered compact heads about 2.5 cm in diameter. Flower colours vary from pale cream to yellow, white, pink, orange, red, lilac and purple. Many lantana forms are poisonous to livestock. The toxic components in lantana include the triterpene acids, lantadene A (rehmannic acid), lantadene B and their reduced forms. Most cases of lantana poisoning occur in animals newly introduced into areas where toxic lantana grows. Animals bred on such country rarely show signs of poisoning.

HOTSHOT HERBICIDE FOR CROPPING:
Active ingredient: 10 g/L aminopyralid + 140 g/L fluroxypyr
Mode of action: Group I herbicide
Crop growth stage: 3-4 leaf to first node
Water rate: (recommended minimum) 80 L/ha
Plantback period: Winter crops 4–6 months (Northern Grain Region)
Plantback period: Summer crops 3–9 months (Northern Grain Region)
Withholding period: 7 days (grazing)
Formulation type EO: (water in oil emulsion)
Flammability: Non-flammable
Rainfast period: After 1 hour

PACK SIZES: 5L, 20L & 110L
REGISTRANT: Dow Agrosciences Australia Limited (APVMA #:59173 )

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredients Aminopyralid & Fluroxypyr.
  • Suited for use in various situations including agricultural non-crop areas, winter cereals, commercial areas, industrial land, pastures, rights of way, fallow land and forests.
  • Robust climbing buckwheat (black bindweed) control –  Effective control even in tough conditions.
  • Effective control of small (up to 4 leaf) and large (up to 8 leaf) climbing buckwheat –  Wide weed application window to get effective control.
  • Residual control of climbing buckwheat –  Fewer germinations and a cleaner start to summer fallow.
  • Excellent crop safety –  Improved crop yields.  
  • Compatible with MCPA LVE and metsulfuron-methyl –  The mixture controls all key broadleaf weeds.
  • Compatible with Topik 240EC Herbicide –  One-pass weed control.
  • Group I mode of action –  Provides an alternative to ALS-inhibitor herbicides for ALS herbicide resistant weeds
  • Various application methods including Boom & High Volume Treatment Spot Spray applications.
  • Tank Mix Compatible with a wide range of herbicides and adjuvants.

Directions Of Use

RATES:
General Rates: High Volume Treatment Spot Spray
500mL – 700mL per 100L Water

General Rates: Boom
500mL – 1.5L per Hectare

Full details of use, mixing rates, critical comments & weeds controlled can be found in the Direction of Use.

Hotshot Herbicide Label

Host / Pest & Dosage Information

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Agricultural Non-crop Areas Acacia Leiocalyx (wattle), Brigalow, Brown Salwood Or Hickory Wattle, Cockspur Thorn, Cooba, Crofton Weed, Dock, Fireweed, Fireweed - Seedling(s. Madagascariensis), Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana Spp., Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Pretty Wattle, Smallflower Mallow, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Thistle, Wattle
Barley, Oats, Triticale & Wheat Climbing Buckwheat, Deadnettle, Flaxleaf Fleabane, Mustard, Prickly Lettuce, Sow Or Milk Thistle, Sowthistles, Spiny Emex, Turnip Weed, Volunteer Canola, Volunteer Chickpea, Volunteer Faba Bean, Volunteer Field Pea, Volunteer Lupin, Volunteer Vetch Or Tares, Wild Oat, Wireweed, Knotweed Or Hogweed
Commercial Area - Outdoors, Industrial Land Or Area, Pasture & Rights Of Way Acacia Leiocalyx (wattle), Brigalow, Brown Salwood Or Hickory Wattle, Cockspur Thorn, Cooba, Crofton Weed, Dock, Fireweed, Fireweed - Seedling(s. Madagascariensis), Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana Spp., Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Pretty Wattle, Smallflower Mallow, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Thistle, Wattle, Wild Oat
Fallow Land Climbing Buckwheat, Red Pigweed
Forest Acacia Leiocalyx (wattle), Brigalow, Brown Salwood Or Hickory Wattle, Cockspur Thorn, Cooba, Crofton Weed, Dock, Fireweed, Lantana - Lantana Camara, Lantana Spp., Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Pretty Wattle, Smallflower Mallow, Spear Or Black Thistle, St John's Wort, Thistle, Wattle

RESTRAINTS:

  • Do not apply to crops or weeds which are not actively growing or to plants which may be stressed (not actively growing) due to prolonged periods of extreme cold, moisture stress (water-logged or drought affected) or previous herbicide treatment, as crop damage or reduced levels of control may result.
  • Do not spray if rain is likely to occur within one hour.
  • Avoid double overlaps to reduce risk of injury to rotational crops the following season.
  • Do not apply by aerial application.

MIXING:

  • Hotshot can be mixed with water only.
  • Mix only sufficient chemical for each day use and avoid storing mix.
  • Half fill the spray tank with water and add the required quantity of Hotshot and complete filling. Agitate continuously to ensure thorough mixing before and during application.

Tank mixtures: Wettable powder or dry flowable formulations (e.g. water dispersible granules) should be added to the spray tank first, followed by suspension concentrates (flowables), water soluble salts and then emulsifiable concentrate formulations (e.g. Starane Advanced Herbicide). Add spraying oils and surfactants (wetters) last, if required.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD DETAILS (WHP):

Cereals (Barley, Oats Triticale and Wheat):

Harvest: Not required when used as directed.

Cutting or Grazing for Stockfood: Do not graze or cut crops for stock food for 7 days after application.

Pasture: Cutting or Grazing Pastures for Stockfood: Not required when used as directed.

Fodder Intended for Export: Some countries have limits on the level of residue acceptable in animal feeds.

Please consult your exporter before using this product on crops destined to be used for export fodder.

LIVESTOCK DESTINED FOR EXPORT MARKETS:

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, that the Export Slaughter Interval, Export Grazing Interval or Export Animal Feed Interval is observed before stock are sold or slaughtered.

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI) – 3 days:

After observing the grazing withholding period, livestock that has been grazed on or fed treated pasture should be placed on clean feed for 3 days prior to slaughter.

Not to be used for any purpose, or in any manner, contrary to this label

Unless authorised under appropriate legislation

EXPORT GRAZING INTERVAL (EGI) – 42 days:

Livestock that has been grazing on treated 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.

EXPORT ANIMAL FEED INTERVAL (EAFI) – 42 days:

Do not cut treated pasture for 42 days (6 weeks) after application of the chemical product for stock feed or animals intended to be slaughtered for export.

When Hotshot 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.

Hotshot Herbicide Label Download Pdf
Hotshot Herbicide SDS Download Pdf
Using Herbicides on Lantana (Best Management Practices) Download Pdf

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