|Host & Pest
|Agricultural Non-crop Areas, Commercial Area - General, Forest, Industrial Land Or Area, Pasture & Rights Of Way
||African Boxthorn, Angophora, Australian Or Native Blackthorn, Banksia, Blackberry, Blackberry In Assoc With Other Weed (see, Blue Heliotrope Or Blue Top, Camphor Laurel, Cape Or Montpellier Broom, 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, 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, Mistflower Or Creeping Crofton Weed, Mother-of-millions, Parkinsonia, Rubber Vine - Not Infected With Rust, Siam Weed, Sickle Pod, Smooth Tree Or Drooping Prickly Pear, St John's Wort, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tobacco Weed, Wattle - Except Corkwood Wattle, Wild Rosemary, Wild Tobacco Tree
||Bitter Bark Or Quinine Tree, Blackberry Nightshade - Suppression, Camel Or Afghan Melon, Cowvine, Cucumber Melon, Lucerne - Established, Paddy Melon, Polymeria, Sow Or Milk Thistle
|Non-crop Areas On Flood Plains
Application Timing for Best Results:
- In general, smaller weeds are easier to control than large ones.
- Raizon Herbicide is most effective when applied to weeds that are not stressed due to lack of moisture, excessive heat, insect or pathogen (such as rust) damage, etc. and are actively growing. Actively growing weeds will draw the chemical into the vascular system and transport it through the stems and down to the roots to ensure maximum efficacy.
- Raizon Herbicide needs to penetrate into the leaves of treated weeds before any rainfall occurs so do not make applications if rain is possible before the spray is completely dry – usually one hour. Similarly, avoid application if the leaves are wet from rainfall or dew.
- Once the weeds have been sprayed leave them undisturbed so that the chemical is able to move throughout the leaves, stems and roots and provide complete kill. Disturbing the weeds by slashing, burning, mulching, etc. before the chemical is fully distributed will compromise the control achieved. We recommend that blackberries and other woody weeds not be disturbed for six months after spraying to maximise the performance of Raizon Herbicide.
- Apply as a foliar spot spray to completely wet all leaves and stems. Coverage should be to the point of run-off in that the chemical mix is just beginning to drip from the leaves once the spraying is completed. Think of painting a wall and use that motion in your spray action to achieve full coverage of the foliage, then use a more directed stream to thoroughly treat the stems and canes.
- This type of application is called high volume spraying as you are applying a large amount of spray mixture to the target weeds. Provided that good coverage of the target weed is possible, high volume spraying can be completed using a variety of equipment – from a small hand pump unit to a knapsack sprayer through to a large motorised pump and handgun unit.
- With a foliar spray you are looking to capture enough chemical on the foliage to kill not only the above-ground portion of the weed but all of the root mass as well, so good coverage is essential. If you are spraying very large weeds like blackberries that are several years old, ensure that canes on the inside as well as outside of the foliage mass receive direct contact with the applied spray.
- As a guide, one hectare of blackberries 1–2 metres in height will typically require a spray volume of 3000–4000 litres to be thoroughly covered, whilst the same area of a small herbaceous weed such as ragwort will require 500–1000 litres.
- Always refer to the label & directions before using, as some conditions apply to certain weeds, areas of use etc. Further details of use can be found in the Direction of Use section on the Product Label.
- Read all product literature for further instructions and consult directions for use label supplied with product prior to use.
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, as there is a likelihood that they may graze the dead material. Such material should be burnt if possible.
- 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 Details (WHP):
- Not required when used as directed.