Tressel 250 SL Herbicide (Hexazinone)

Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is for  the effective commercial control of clearing unwanted scrub and timber growth including a wide range of problem Acacia and Eucalypt species.  Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is an effective foliar contact and soil active residual herbicide.

Active Ingredient: Hexazinone @ 250g/L

Similar Or Comparable To: Velpar L Herbicide (Dupont), Bobcat SL Herbicide (ADAMA), Hexazinone 250 Sl Herbicide (Macspred) & Hexatron Herbicide (Conquest)

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Tressel 250 SL Herbicide (Hexazinone) TRESSEL Axichem

Description

Tressel 250 SL Herbicide

Active Ingredient: Hexazinone @ 250g/L

Similar Or Comparable To: Velpar L Herbicide (Dupont), Bobcat SL Herbicide (ADAMA), Hexazinone 250 Sl Herbicide (Macspred) & Hexatron Herbicide (Conquest)

  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is for  the effective commercial control of clearing unwanted scrub and timber growth.  
  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is an effective foliar contact and soil active residual herbicide.
  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is the cost-effective method of clearing unwanted timber, scrub and woody weeds that reduce the carrying capacity of your property.  
  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide controls a wide range of problem Acacia and Eucalypt species. When used according to the directions of use, only a small amount of Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is required to control each plant, which reduces the overall chemical costs.
  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide helps overcome the problem of suckers and regrowth. When applied correctly, the herbicide gets right into the roots and lignotuber of the tree, where suckering usually starts. Complete control may take 12 months or more, but in the end, control is sure.  Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is applied by soil application, foliar application or stem injection.
  • Directions for use supplied with product and must be referred to prior to use of Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide.
  • State Government limitations and restrictions relating to tree & regrowth clearing may restrict the use of this product in certain situations, and must be investigated and adhered to by the end user.
  • Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is for controlling timber regrowth and suckers in pastures, can be applied via stem injection and spot on ground application to improve the ease of controlling regrowth in both sparse and dense regrowth situations as well as Pinus radiata plantations, pasture situations and commercial and industrial areas and rights of way.

Pack Sizes: 10Litre

Registrant: Axichem Pty Ltd (APVMA #: 64858)

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Features & Benefits

  • Contains the active ingredient Hexazinone.
  • Is an effective foliar contact and soil active residual herbicide
  • Only a small amount of Tressel 250SL Hexazinone Herbicide is required to control each plant.
  • Applied by Soil Application, Foliar Application or Stem Injection.

Directions Of Use

Soil Application:

  • Spotgun applications to individual bushes / trees in non-forestry situations range from 2mL – 4mL spot for each metre in height of the bush / tree.
  • The 4mL Spotgun delivers a metered dose of Tressel 250SL Herbicide which is directed onto the soil, not the trunk, at the base of the plant and within the dripline.  From where it is moved into the soil by rainfall where it is taken up by the roots and then moves to the leaves.
  • The rate of application and the number of spots depends on the height of the plant to be controlled, and the species.  
  • The grid application pattern should be used where suckers are forming a dense ground cover. If there is leaf litter underneath the plant, clear a small area then apply the Tressel 250SL Herbicide. 
  • See Tressel 250SL Herbicide directions of use for full instructions.

The soil application technique should be used;

  • For seedlings up to the stage when stem injection is practical
  • For regrowth resulting from other control measures
  • For multi-stem shrub type growth
  • Where selectively is not required.

The spear attachment (sold separately) should be used on sloping ground and when heavy leaf litter is beneath the plant.  Place the spear on the high side of the bush about 2cm into the soil.

Stem Injection:

  • Stem injection applications in non-forestry situations rate vary from 0.5mL – 2mL per cut.
  • The stem injection technique offers a more economical method of controlling larger regrowth than the soil application technique.
  • Make axe cuts with a narrow bladed axe (5-7cm wide) into the sapwood just under the bark at waist height.  Do not cut into the hardwood. Inject the metered dose of Tressel 250SL Herbicide while the axe is still in the cut and within 5 seconds of making the cuts.  Chemical uptake is dependent on good sap flow. The number of cuts will depend on the circumference of the tree. See Tressel 250SL Herbicide directions of use for full instructions.
  • For multi-stemmed trees, treat each stem as an individual tree.

The Stem Injection Technique is used for larger regrowth timber when selectivity is important.  Stem Injection is more economical than soil applications in this situation.

Rates Are a General Guide Only. Before Opening, Carefully Read Tressel 250 SL Herbicide Directions for Use, Precautionary and Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and First Aid Instructions.

 

 

Host / Pest & Dosage Information

Host Pest
Host & Pest
Commercial Area - General, Industrial Land Or Area, Pasture, Rights Of Way & Weed Cont. Around Agricultural Buildings African Boxthorn, African Lovegrass, Artichoke Thistle, Barnyard Grass Or Water Grass, Bitter Bark Or Quinine Tree, Blackberry - Rubus Spp., Brigalow, Broadleaf Dock, Broadleaf Teatree, Brome Grass, Budda Or False Sandalwood, Cat's Ear Or Flatweed, Chicory, Coolibah, Couch Grass, Dawson Gum, Grey Box, Gum Topped Bloodwood, Gum Topped Or Grey Box, Kikuyu Grass, Limebush, Medic, Moreton Bay Ash, Nutgrass, Parkinsonia, Paspalum, Paterson's Curse, Poplar Box, Red Ironbark, Red Stringybark, Rhodes Grass, Rubber Vine, Silver Wattle, Silverleaf Ironbark, Sow Or Milk Thistle, Spiny Rush, Sweet Briar Or Wild Rose, Tree-of-heaven, Whitewood, Wild Oat, Yellow Wood
Pine Plantation - Pre-planting Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Bracken, Cat's Ears Or Flatweeds, Clover, Dandelion - Hypochaeris Glabra, Dogwood,common Cassinia Or Dollybush, Hop Goodenia, Kangaroo Grass, Serrated Tussock, Silver Wattle, Sunshine Acacia, Varnish Acacia Or Wattle, Wallaby Grass
Pinus Radiata Plantation - Post Planting Annual Or Wimmera Ryegrass, Bracken, Cat's Ears Or Flatweeds, Clover, Dandelion - Hypochaeris Glabra, Dogwood,common Cassinia Or Dollybush, Hop Goodenia, Kangaroo Grass, Serrated Tussock, Silver Wattle, Sorrel, Sunshine Acacia, Varnish Acacia Or Wattle, Wallaby Grass, Yorkshire Fog Grass

Important Points:

  • Hexazinone may be used all year round but since rainfall is required to move it into the soil and to promote active plant growth, quickest results are obtained when it is applied to moist soil and rainfall follows soon after application.
  • Hexazinone can remain on the soil surface during extended periods of dry weather and when rain comes there is little loss of control.
  • Do not apply, flush or clean equipment near desirable vegetation as Hexazinone Herbicide residue may affect them.  As a general rule you should not apply Hexazinone Herbicide closer than within twice the height of trees and vegetation you do not wish to control.

Control Times:

Once in the soil, Hexazinone Herbicide is taken up by the roots and translocated within the plant. It works by inhibiting the photosynthesis process, starving the plant to death.  This is a slow process. The plant may not appear affected for a while (particularly under dry conditions) and may defoliate and refoliate several times before it completely dies. Complete control normally occurs within 12 months however under adverse conditions it sometimes may take longer.

Stem Injection Techniques

Withholding Period Details (WHP):

  • Not applicable when used as directed
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