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|Chemical class||Pyrimidine herbicide|
|Mode of action||I – Disruptors of plant cell growth (Synthetic Auxins)|
|Target pests||Wide range of annual and perennial broadleaf weeds, noxious woody and herbaceous weeds|
|Hosts||Winter cereal and linseed crops|
|Formulations||Granular, emulsifiable concentrate, soluble concentrate, non-aqueous concentrate, liquid concentrate, suspension concentrate, aqueous concentrate, water soluble gels and oral bolus (chewable)|
|Home garden use||No|
|No of Australian Approvals and Registrations||8 active constituents, 87 products|
|Poison schedule||Appendix B, Part 3 (unscheduled chemical). Note: All the products are co-formulated and Schedules 5 and 6|
|Australian Health-based guidance values||
ADI: 0.07 mg/kg bw per day (1987)No Australian ARfD established
- Mobile in the environment. This may pose a risk to non-target organisms from run-off.
- Potential environmental exposure resulting from spray drift from aerial spraying
- No dietary exposure concerns.
- Highly important herbicide for cereals and linseed.
- Useful on broadleaf weeds that are difficult to control
- Alternatives are available for use in vegetable crops.