The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has before it an application from Dow AgroSciences Australia Limited to extend the use of the product, Crusader Herbicide, containing 30 g/L pyroxsulam and 90 g/L cloquintocet-mexyl, to triticale and rye for the control and suppression of various weeds. The application also includes a reduction in the current grazing withholding period for wheat from 6 weeks to 4 weeks. The proposed use requires the establishment of permanent MRLs for pyroxsulam in triticale and rye grain, triticale and rye forage, and triticale and rye straw and fodder. A change in the current MRL for wheat forage is also required. The current MRLs for cloquintocet-mexyl remain appropriate for the proposed use pattern; therefore, no further consideration of the proposed use of cloquintocet-mexyl is required.