Surefire Raizon Herbicide
Active Ingredients: 300g/l Triclopyr & 100g/l Picloram
Similar Or Comparable Products: Grazon DS (Dow Agroscience), Conqueror (Nufarm), Fightback (ADAMA), Picker (Imtrade), Scrubba (Axichem), Hatchet (Conquest) & Woody (Apparent)
Surefire Raizon Herbicide is registered for control of a range of environmental and noxious woody and herbaceous weeds as specified. Once applied, Raizon moves quickly to the tips of growing shoots and roots where the active ingredient disrupts plant growth.
- The active ingredients Triclopyr & Picloram have activity on a range of broadleaf weeds.
- Raizon Herbicide is classified as a group I Herbicide. Once applied the weed cannot continue to grow due to the disruption of cell growth of the plant.
- Raizon is registered for the control of a range of environmental, noxious and herbaceous weeds as specified in the directions of use table (supplied with the product).
- Once applied, Raizon moves to the tips of growing shoots and roots, where the Triclopyr and Picloram affects the plants growth.
Major Weeds Controlled by Surefire Raizon Herbicide:
- African Boxthorn
- Eucalypt Regrowth
- Prickly Pear (Cacti)
- St John’s Wort
- Sweet Briar
- Wattle Regrowth
For woody weed control, Surefire Raizon Herbicide is recommended to be applied via foliar spray. With foliar spraying, the herbicide is diluted with water at a specific rate and sprayed over the foliage to point of run-off (until every leaf is wetted, but not dripping). This method is most suited to shrubs and dense vines less than 6m tall. Advantages include quickness and economy. Disadvantages include the potential for spray drift and off-target damage.
Foliar spraying can be done a number of ways, including:
- blanket spraying using a boom spray from a tractor.
- a hose and handgun spraying solution from a herbicide tank.
- a backpack spray unit.
- with splatter guns (larger droplets at higher concentrations) for regrowth.
Pack Sizes: 1L, 5L & 20L
Registrant: PCT Holdings Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 70360)