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ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS: 360 g/L GLYPHOSATE
present as the isopropylamine salt
HERBICIDE
Country Glyphosate 360 is a water soluble
herbicide for non-selective control of many annual,
aquatic and perennial weeds in the situations
stated in the directions for use table.
IMPORTANT: READ THIS LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE

GENERAL WEED CONTROL – ALL STATES
SITUATION
CRITICAL COMMENTS - Read General Application Information before using
- For the control of many grasses and broadleaf weeds - Apply when weeds are actively growing. - Apply to ensure complete and uniform wetting of foliage - Visible symptoms may take from 3 to 7 days to develop
For specific weeds, brush and woody
weeds or unwanted trees, refer to
the appropriate Weeds Controlled table.
USE SITUATIONS - ALL STATES (EXCEPT WHERE NOTED). FOR RATES OF APPLICATION AND WEEDS CONTROLLED, SEE
WEEDS CONTROLLED TABLE.
Country Glyphosate 360 does not provide residual weed control. For residual control of annual weeds, Country Glyphosate 360 may be tank-mixed with certain residual herbicides. See TANK MIXTURES/COMPATIBILITY
Country Glyphosate 360 may be used for control of annual and perennial weeds as directed, in agricultural land prior to sowing of any edible or non-edible crop, but not prior to transplanting tomato seedlings. Reduction in effectiveness may result if more than 1/4 of the above ground portion of the weed is submerged at treatment. Submerging the treated plants following treatment may result in the bodies of fresh and brackish water which spray being washed from the plant surface, thus reducing effectiveness. may be flowing, non-flowing or transient. Do not apply to this product within 0.5km up-stream of potable water intake in flowing water (ie river or streams, etc) or within 0.5km of a potable water intake in a standing body of water such as a lake, pond or reservoir. Applications to moving bodies of water should be made while travelling up stream wherever possible to prevent concentration of this herbicide in water. When making any bankside applications do not overspray more than 0.5m into open water. Avoid spraying across moving bodies of water or where weeds do not exist. When spraying floating weeds, use a low volume, low pressure boom spray, C.D.A. or sprinkler sprayer. Do not submerge the weeds when spraying as this may wash the herbicide off the leaves. When emerged infestations require the treatment of the total surface area of impounded water, treating the area in strips may avoid sudden impact on habitat. Country Glyphosate 360 may be used prior to establishment of nurseries, for site preparation prior to planting and amongst established trees using a directed or shielded spray, or using selective wiper equipment. DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact any part of the tree. DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact foliage or green bark of desirable trees, since severe injury may result. WIPER EQUIPMENT. Apply Country 360 to weeds growing between crop rows or to weeds DO NOT allow wiper to contact crop and ensure operating conditions do not allow solution to drip from applicator since severe injury may result. Refer to WIPER EQUIPMENT in the
APPLICATION section of the label.
SHIELDED SPRAYERS (Cotton only). Apply Country Glyphosate 360 to weeds growing between crop rows using a shielded sprayer. Refer to the Weeds Controlled tables for rates of application. DO NOT apply in crops less than 20cm high. DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact part of the cotton plant as severe injury or destruction may result. Apply as directed or shielded spray or using wiper equipment. DO NOT apply as a spray near Avocado, Banana, Blueberries, Citrus fruit, trees or vines less than 3 years old unless they are effectively shielded from spray and spray drift. Custard apples, Dubosia Figs – dessert, DO NOT allow wiper surface to contact any part of the tree, vine or plant. Guava, Kiwifruit, Litchi, Mango, Monstera – Citrus fruit, Nuts, Olives and Pome fruit & vegetables DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact green bark or stems, canes, laterals, suckers, Macadamia, Pistachio and Walnut), Olives, Tea Apply a maximum of 4L/ha by shielded boom or directed off-centre, nozzle or 0.5L/ 100L by
Raspberries, Stone fruit, Tea, Vineyards directed handgun or knapsack to avoid application to the crop. All other crops
DO NOT allow spray or spray drift to contact any part of the plant including the trunk.
CAUTION:
Where split bark on Kiwifruit and greens stems on Pawpaw occur, extreme care is required.
For residual control of annual weeds. Country Glyphosate 360 may be tank-mixed with
compatible herbicides which are labelled for use in the above crops. See Tank
Mixtures/Compatibility for directions.
USE SITUATIONS - ALL STATES (EXCEPT WHERE NOTED). FOR RATES OF APPLICATION AND WEEDS CONTROLLED, SEE WEEDS
CONTROLLED TABLE.
Apply under good growing conditions only to actively growing ratoons 60-120cm tall. DO NOT apply if plants are under stress from low moisture or waterlogging. For control of sugar cane ratoon regrowth RATE 4-9 L/ha. Use the lower rate for suppression or where cultivation is to follow. Use the higher rate (Saccharum officinale) NSW and QLD only. DIRECTED (SPOT) APPLICATION: Country Glyphosate 360 is non-selective and may damage or kill any plant in the sprayed area. Re-treatment and/or posture improvement may be necessary to restrict
seedling re-establishment.
SELECTIVE APPLICATION: See Wiper Equipment.
BOOM APPLICATION: Country Glyphosate 360 may be used to suppress or kill existing pasture
species prior to re-seeding or establishment of other crops. Where spot application (spray or wiper) is
undertaken, grazing stock need not be removed.
CAUTION: Certain plants may be naturally toxic to stock. Where known toxic plants are present DO
NOT allow stock to graze until complete browning of treated plants has occurred.
For control of annual weeds and suppression of perennial weeds, including Rope Twitch. Apply Country Glyphosate 360 at 1 – 3L/ha post sowing and at least 7 days before crop is due to emerge. DO NOT apply to emerging onion plants as severe injury will result. Use lower rate on small, actively growing annual weeds. Increase to the higher rate for larger annual weeds (over 15cm tall) and for suppression of perennial weeds. For control of Bathurst Burr (Xanthium DO NOT APPLY TO CROPS INTENDED FOR SEED PRODUCTION. Apply alone or in tank mixtures spinosum) Nogoora but (Xanthium pungens) with Dropp11 or Harvade5. Apply when at least 60% of bolls are open and immature bolls cannot be Winter annual weeds including Sowthistle easily cut with a sharp knife. Where a leafy crop canopy limits spray coverage, reduced weed control (Milk thistle) (Sonchus oleraceus) and can be expected. For best results under these conditions, delay application until canopy re-opens seasonal suppression of Nutgrass (Cyperus following initial conditioning treatment. Where control of Nutgrass or Noogoora burr is required, treatments should be applied prior to the onset of frosts. When tank-mixed with defoliants, a slightly higher proportion of cotton leaf may be retained, particularly where the higher rate is used. Read and follow all label directions for the tank mix products. RATE: Apply 2.5 L/ha for Nutgrass control and 1.25-2.5 L/ha for the other weeds. Use the lower rate on light infestations of small weeds, when the crop canopy allows adequate spray coverage of the weeds. Increase to the higher rate when the crop canopy may limit spray coverage, when treating dense infestations, or when treating larger weeds. ANNUAL WEEDS - NON-CULTIVATED OPTIONS
WEEDS CONTROLLED (ALL STATES)
CRITICAL COMMENTS
(Read application Checklist before using) Annual weeds may be sprayed anytime they Barnyard grass Echinochioa crus-galli. Use the lower rate on weeds up to 15cm tall; increase to the higher rate where weeds are Canary grass (annual phalaris) Phalaris spp. Cereals (volunteer wheat, barley, Visible symptoms develop in 3-7 days but complete desiccation may take 20-30 days residual weed control. Repeat treatments may be necessary to control later germinating Lesser Swinecress Coronopus didymus Liverseed grass Urochloa paniicoides Paterson’s Curse Echium plantagineum Potato weed Gallinsoga parviflora Saffron thistle Corthamus lanatus Silver grass Vulpia spp. Sow thistle Sochus oleraceus Sub. Clover Trifolium subterraneum Wild Mustard Sisymbruim officinale Wild Turnip Brassica tournefortii Variegated thistle Silybum marianum PERENNIAL WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
CRITICAL COMMENTS
andgun/Knapsack
Read General Application Information before using. Vol/1 litre
Apply to actively growing foliage and/or regrowth which is between 1m and 2m tall. Cut Stump: Dilute 1:6 i.e. mix 1 part Glyphosate 360 plus 6 parts water. Cut stems back to 20cm high, pour mixture down hollow stem or wet the cut. Apply to actively growing plants in late spring when they have some seed-head development, but before summer moisture stress. Followup management is required. Full disturbance with a tyned implement should follow 10-21 days after spraying. Then follow with a summer crop and/or re-seeded pasture or crop in the following autumn. Apply to actively growing pIants at the early head stage. PERENNIAL WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Boom/L/ha Handgun/Knapsack Read General Application Information before using.
Vol/1 Litre
For boom application, always add PULSE (200mL per 100L spray) otherwise reduced results will occur. Addition of PULSE (200mL/ 100L spray) may improve control with handgun application. Wiper application is recommended, see WIPER EQUIPMENT Double pass application is required for pipewick equipment. Bracken should be slashed in Winter/Spring prior to treatment. Apply Country Glyphosate 360 in March/May to fully unfurled actively growing fronds but prior to frosts. Visible symptoms may not be fully apparent until the next season. Complete control will not be achieved from one application. Repeat treatment is recommended, preferably associated with pasture improvement. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant/wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply to actively growing plants. Do not apply to partially submerged plants. Apply to actively growing plants of the early head stage. Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. Apply to actively growing plants when most have reached early head stage. In SA and WA Apply to active plants during Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant/wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply to actively growing plants at the early head to full head stage (summer/autumn). Retreatment may be required to restrict seedling re-establishment. Wiper application is recommended (not in Apply to fully developed rosettes of the early flower stage. Apply to actively growing plants at the mature head stage in late summer/autumn. Add a non-ionic surfactant (50-60% ai) at 200-250mL/100L. NOTE: Control of Glyceria is only allowable in dry drains and channels and dry margins of dams, lakes and streams. Do NOT apply to weeds growing in or over water. Do NOT spray across open bodies of water and do NOT allow spray to enter the water. Do NOT allow water to return to dry channels and Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. For wiper application, see Wiper Equipment. For maximum long-term reduction apply from late July to September when plants are in late rosette to flowing stage. Plants should be actively growing and not under stress of drought, frost or waterlogging, Application may be integrated with long fallow. Cultivation may start 7 days after spraying. Wiper application may be used where sufficient stem elongation occurs see Wiper Equipment. In Tasmania addition of a non-ionic Surfactant (50-60% ai) at 200-250 mL/ 100L spray, is recommended. Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. For wiper application on Johnson grass, off-type and Kikuyu grass (Penniseturn clandestinum) Lovegrass, African (Eragrostis Apply to actively growing plants. Re-treatments and/or posture improvement is recommended to restrict re-establishment. PERENNIAL WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
STATE RATE
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Boom/L/ha
Handgun/Knapsack Read General Application Information before using
vol/1 litre
Not cultivated situations. Apply to actively growing plants in late summer/autumn (Feb/Apr) when at least 20% have Land: Make first application to actively growing plants when at least 20% have reached the head stage (normally about Feb). After allowing maximum re-emergence to occur (normally in 6-8 weeks) it is essential to make a second application. NOTE: In arable land nutgrass may rapidly regenerate from isolated nuts. Follow-up treatments should be made as part of a nutgrass control program. Apply to actively growing plants during spring, summer or autumn. Ensure complete coverage and the foliage. For best results apply after flowering. For easier access, large plants may be cut or burnt prior to spraying, but first allow regrowth to reach 1m. Use the higher rate on plants over 1m high. Low Volume Applications: Use 1.9 (10%) mixture of Country Glyphosate 360: Water. Apply 2 x 2ml per 0.5m height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water, Do not use additional surfactant/wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. Apply to actively growing plants prior to seeding Repeat applications may be necessary to control seedlings and/or regrowth. Apply to actively growing plants during winter-spring. Use the lower rate where only knockdown is required e.g. prior to burning of firebreaks. Burning can usually start 14-21 days after spraying. For long-term control increase to the higher rate. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant / wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply to actively growing, fully developed plants approaching the early head stage. Visible symptoms of control may be slow to develop and may not be fully apparent until the next season. For wiper application, see Wiper Equipment. Apply to actively growing plants of the early head stage Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage. Apply in late summer-autumn to actively growing plants with To ensure maximum shoot emergence the area should NOT be cultivated in the period from the preceding winter until the time of spraying. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant / wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply by wiper equipment to actively growing plants Where there is a large proportion of dead foliage, pre-slashing is recommended. Allow adequate regrowth before treatment. See Wiper PERENNIAL WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Boom/L/ha Handgun/Knapsack
vol/1 litre
Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant/wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply to actively growing plants in flowering to post-flowering (Oct/April). Use the lower rate only if the stand has been slashed prior to treatment. Re-treatment may be necessary. Visible symptoms may not be fully apparent for up to 3 months. Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. Use ONLY under good soil moisture conditions. Apply to actively growing plants at the late flowering to berry stage. Repeat spraying will be necessary to restrict regrowth and seedling re-establishment. Apply to actively growing plants when most have reached the early bud stage For maximum long term reduction apply from late July to early September but before natural plant yellowing (senescence) occurs. Soursob should be actively growing and not under stress of drought or waterlogging. If heavy frosting has occurred, allow recovery before spraying. If heavy grazing has occurred, allow recovery of foliage be at least 5cm before spraying. Apply to actively growing plants in the flowering to post- flowering, procumbent stem stage (generally November/May). Re-treatment, or oversowing with improved pasture species Apply to growing plants at the flowering stage. To ensure maximum shoot emergence the area should NOT be cultivated prior to spraying. Retreatment and/or pasture improvement may be necessary to restrict seedling re-establishment. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant / wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply to actively growing plants in late summer-autumn (Feb/Mar). Do not treat after March because Full results may be Visible until the following spring. Not more than ¼ of the weed should be submerged at the time of treatment. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use, Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant/wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply when actively growing and at or beyond the early bloom stage of growth. Use the highest rate on dense infestations. Refer to critical comments Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into water. Do not use additional surfactant / wetter unless it is approved for use in aquatic situations. Best results are obtained from mid-summer through to winter. Use the highest rate on dense infestations. Refer to critical comments for Aquatic Areas in General Use Table to minimise the entry of spray into the water. Do not use additional surfactant / wetter unless it is Approved for use in aquatic situations. Apply when there is a maximum emergence of floating leaves. Allow 2-3 weeks for symptoms to develop, then retreat any unaffected plants. Use low volume sprayer. Refer to Aquatic area in General Weed Control table. Apply to actively growing plants at the early head stage.
UNWANTED TREES
Country Glyphosate 360 may be used for control of many tree species. Ensure trees are actively growing at the time of treatment and not under stress of
drought, waterlogging or cold.
UNWANTED TREES
TREE SIZE
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Glyphosate 360:WATER
Messmate Stringybark (E. obliqua) Narrowleaf Peppermint (E. radiata) splatter gun, spray, swab of brush. Remove any branches on Foliar Application: Bullick (Eucalyptus megacarpa) Low Volume (Gas Marri (E. calophylla) at 20mL/10Lspray mixture 5ml of Country Glyphosate 360 Apply 5ml per 0.5m tree height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. deliver 1 or 2ml per cut. Make 5cm cuts at an oblique angle to Messmate Stringybark (E. obliqua) Silverleaf ironbark (E. melanophhloia) Spotted Gum (E. maculata) Swamp Mahogany (Tristania suaveolens) White Mahogany (E. acmenoides) Formatted: Left: 1.7 cm, Right: 0.6
BRUSH AND WOODY
WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Handgun Low volume
Read General Application Information before using. or Knapsack Glyphosate
360:
vol/1L Water
Apply to actively growing plants. Spray to wet all foliage. Best results achieved when treated at peak flowing during Winter. Do not apply during periods of drought stress. Use the higher rate on bushes over 1.5m. Further treatment may be necessary to restrict re-establishment. Low Volume Application (eg. Gas gun and Splatter gun). Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Use the higher rate (1:19) on bushes over Use the lower rate for young bushes; increase to the higher rate for large, mature bushes. Spray to wet all foliage. Do not spray during hot, dry summer periods. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth. Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. Apply from flowering to leaf fall (generally Jan-May). Plants should not be under stress of high temperature, drought or frost. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the higher rate on old, dense infestations over 2m high. Visible symptoms may not be fully apparent until the next season. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth. Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. In Tasmania, do not treat bushes bearing mature fruit. Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage. Spray to wet all foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture improvement are recommended to restrict seedling re-establishment. Apply all year round, but only to actively growing plants. Always add PULSE, otherwise reduced results will occur. Spray to wet all foliage. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended to control seedling and Apply to growing plants. Do not apply during winter, nor during periods of summer drought stress. Use the higher rate on bushes Further treatment and/or pasture improvements are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth. Low Volume Application (eg. Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of Country Glyphosate 360:water. Apply 2 x 2 mL dose per 0.5m bush height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. Apply to actively growing plants from flowering to leaf fall. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the higher rate in bushes over 2m tall. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended to control seedling and/or regrowth Low Volume Application (eg. Splatter Gun and Gas Gun) Use 1:9 (10%) mixture of Country Glyphosate 360: water. Apply 2 x 5mL dose per 0.5m bush height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage. Ensure complete treatment of individual plants. Do not spray during periods of summer drought stress. Burning (after complete brownout), Pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended Additional Pulse (200mL/100L may improve control. Low Volume: (eg Splatter Gun and Gas Gun): Apply 2 x 2 mL dose per 0.5m bush height. Ensure spray contacts Sprinkler Sprayer: Apply 6ml of a 1:9 (10%) solution to every square metre of treated area. Use of CDA equipment is not recommended. Apply to actively growing plants with full foliage. Spray to wet all foliage. Further treatment and/or pasture improvement are recommended to restrict seedling re-establishment. Sprinkler Sprayer: Apply 3mL of a 1:9 (10%) solution to every square metre of treated area. BRUSH AND WOODY
WEEDS
WEEDS CONTROLLED
CRITICAL COMMENTS
Handgun Low volume Read General Application Information before using.
or knapsack Glyphosate
360:
vol/1L Water
Apply when actively growing. Ensure complete coverage of the bush. Pasture improvement and/or re-treatment is recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth. High Volume: Use the higher rate on bushes over 1m. Wiper Application: Double pass application is required. Application is best made to small (less than 1m) green bushes. Apply to actively growing plants from late flowering to leaf fall. Spray to wet all foliage. Use the higher rate on bushes over 1.5m high. Burning (after complete brownout), pasture improvement and/or further treatment are recommended to control seedlings and/or regrowth. Low Volume: (eg. Splatter Gun and Gas Gun:) Apply 2 x 5mL dose per 0.5m bush height. Ensure spray contacts all foliage. NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS
AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.
GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

PRODUCT INFORMATION
Country Glyphosate 360 is a non-volatile, water soluble liquid product with non-selective
herbicidal activity against many annual and perennial broadleaf weeds and grasses.
Country Glyphosate 360 may be used for weed control in agricultural land prior to sowing
any edible or non-edible crop, but not prior to transplanting tomato seedlings.
Country Glyphosate 360 is absorbed by plant foliage and green stems. It is inactivated
immediately in the soil and does not provide residual weed control.
Country Glyphosate 360 moves through the plant from the point of contact to and into the
root system. Visible effects on annual weeds take 3 - 7 days but on perennial weeds may not
be obvious for 2-3 weeks or longer in some cases. Visible effects of control may be delayed
by cool or cloudy weather.
Visible effects are a gradual yellowing and wilting of the plant which advances to complete
browning of the above ground growth and deterioration of underground plant parts.
Delay application until vegetation has emerged to the stages described in the Weeds
Controlled tables.
Unemerged parts arising from unattached underground rhizomes or rootstocks of perennials
will not be affected by spray and will continue to grow. For this reason best control of most
perennial weeds is obtained at late growth stages approaching maturity.
RESISTANT WEED WARNING
GROUP M HERBICIDE
Country Glyphosate 360 Herbicide is a member of the Glycines group of herbicides. Country
Glyphosate 360 Herbicide has the inhibition of EPSP synthase mode of action. For weed
resistance management Country Glyphosate 360 Herbicide is a group M Herbicide. Some
naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to Country Glyphosate 360 Herbicide and other
inhibitors of EPSP Synthase mode of action herbicides may exist through normal genetic,
variability in any weed population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the
weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly. These resistant weeds will not be
controlled by Country Glyphosate 360 Herbicide or other inhibitors of EPSP Synthase
herbicides.
Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Accensi Pty Ltd
accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Country Glyphosate 360
Herbicide to control resistant weeds.
MIXING
Country Glyphosate 360 mixes readily with water.
Reduced results may occur if water containing soil is used, eg. water from ponds and
unlined ditches, or if hard water containing calcium salts is used.
Ensure the spray tank is free of any residue of previous spray materials. Use spray solutions
promptly and certainly within 5 days, since a gradual loss of actively will occur.
Fill the spray tank with one half the required amount of clean Water and add the proper
amount of Country Glyphosate 360. Mix well before adding the remaining portion of water.
Placing the filling hose below the surface of the spray solution will prevent excessive
foaming. Removing hose from tank immediately after filling will prevent back siphoning into
water source.
Do NOT use mechanical agitators as these may cause excessive foaming.
DO NOT mix, store or apply this product or spray solutions of this product in galvanized steel
or unlined steel containers or spray tanks, since a highly flammable gas mixture may be
found. Use stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, fibreglass, plastic, or plastic lined
containers or spray tanks. Spray tanks, pumps, lines and nozzles should be thoroughly
rinsed with clean water following application to prevent corrosion.

TANK MIXTURES/COMPATIBILITY
Country Glyphosate 360 may be tank-mixed with the following herbicides, insecticides and
additives. Read and follow all label directions, restraints, plant-back periods, withholding
periods, regional use restrictions and safety directions for the tank mix products.
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL TANK MIXTURES
1. Fill the spray tank 1\3 to 1/2 full with clean water and start agitation.
2. Where crystalline ammonium sulphate is recommended, wash 2% w/v (2kg/ 100L spray
solution) through a top mesh screen into the tank and mix thoroughly.
3. Add recommended herbicide/insecticide/additive to the spray tank and mix thoroughly.
4. Add Glyphosate 360 and the remaining water. Mix thoroughly.
5. Add surfactant, it required, near the end of the filling process to minimise Foaming.
6. Always maintain adequate agitation during application and use the tank mix promptly.

TANK MIXTURES - HERBICIDES
Atrazine Flowable* (DO NOT apply tank mix for Barnyard grass control), 2,4-D ester,
Dicamba, Glean, simazine flowable*, Oust, Yield, Stomp 33OE, Tillmaster CT, Ally, Logran
750, Flandor 500, LVE MCPA, and Goal CT. The addition of Goal CT at 75ml/ha to
recommended rates of Glyphosate 360 prior to planting wheat or barley will improve
knockdown and increase the speed at which treated weeds develop visible signs of
phytotoxicity. *Add crystalline ammonium sulphate as per directions below.
TANK MIXTURES - ADDITIVES
Crystalline Ammonium Sulphate RATE: 2% w/v (2kg/ 100L spray solutions). (DO NOT apply
the tank mix for Barnyard grass control).
The addition of crystalline ammonium sulphate to Country Glyphosate 360, when used to
control ANNUAL weeds, MAY improve the performance of Country Glyphosate 360 under
adverse environmental conditions such as cool, cloudy weather, and assist in minimising the
antagonism in tank mixes of Country Glyphosate 360 and flowable triazine herbicides.
Use only crystalline ammonium sulphate, NOT prilled or granulated forms. To test quality,
dissolve 2 tablespoons in 2 litres of water. Swirl gently for 2 minutes. If undissolved particles
remain, it is advisable to pre-dissolve prior to adding to spray tank through a screen.
Ammonium sulphate may be corrosive to metal parts of the sprayer. Thoroughly flush tanks,
pumps and nozzles with water after use.
It is recommended that Codacide Adjuvant be added to this product. Refer to Codacide label
for rates.
APPLICATION
400g/L non-ionic surfactant
RATE: 200ml/100L spray solution
Add when treating Bracken (boom application), Gorse, Eucalypt suckers and Lantana.
WETTER TX SURFACTANT
RATE: 200ml/100L spray solution
Add when treating Annual ryegrass in spring (from beginning August to end October)
Wetter TX is not a general purpose surfactant and should be used only where
recommended.

TANK MIXTURES - INSECTICIDES
This product is compatible with the following insecticides:
Dimethoate, Imidan, Le-Mat, Lorsban 500, Metasystox, Perfekthion EC400, Sumithion ULV,
and emulsifiable concentrates of dimethoate and fenitrothion.
Other insecticides have not been tested.
Country Glyphosate 360 is a non-selective translocated herbicide. Direct spray contact, or
even slight drift, may cause severe injury or destruction of any growing crop or other
desirable plants including trees. Clean all equipment after use by thoroughly washing with
water.
BOOM EQUIPMENT
Use recommended rates of Glyphosate in 25 to 200 litres of clean water per hectare.
When using Country Glyphosate 360 of 500ml - 1 .5L/ha spray volumes in the range
25-100L/ha are preferred. Fan nozzle equipment is recommended, using pressures in the
range 240-280 kPa. Boom height must be set to ensure double overlap of nozzle patterns at
the top of the weed canopy.
HIGH VOLUME APPLICATION
(eg. Knapsack/Handgun Equipment)
The dilution rate is given as vol/ 1 litre eg: 10mL Country Glyphosate 360 per litre of water.
This is equal to 150mL Country Glyphosate 360 per 15 litres of water or 1 litre per 100 litres
of water. Adjust equipment to achieve an even spray pattern. Apply to ensure complete and
uniform wetting of all foliage. For handgun equipment, a D6 spray tip (Spraying Systems
Australia P/L) or equivalent, and an operating pressure of 400-700 kPa are recommended.
LOW VOLUME APPLICATION
(eg. Gas Gun or Splatter Gun)
Apply as an even spray to cover all foliage.
Refer to Weeds Controlled for the dilution and volume of mixture to be applied. The dilution
is specified as “Low volume mixture, Country Glyphosate 360:Water". For example, a 1:9
mixture equals one part Country Glyphosate 360 plus 9 parts water.
WIPER EQUIPMENT
Wiper Equipment (eg. ropewick, canvas, felt or carpet applicators) may be used to apply
Country Glyphosate 360 on to weeds growing in oilseed crops, sugarcane, cotton, seed and
pod vegetables, tree and vine crops specified in this label, pasture and non-crop areas
Avoid contact with desirable vegetation.
Operate wiper equipment a minimum of 10cm above the crop or pasture. Weeds should be at least 15cm above the crop or pasture at time of application. Speed of travel should be no greater than 8km/h. Best results are achieved at lower speeds and where two applications are made in opposite directions (double pass).
Where weeds are of variable height, or occur in dense infestations or clumps, some plants
may not be contacted by the herbicide solution. In these cases repeat treatment may be
necessary. Mix only enough herbicide solution for immediate requirements. Do not store
mixed solution for more than a few days. Flush out equipment with water after use.
RATE: Mix 1 litre Country Glyphosate 360 with 2 litres clean water to prepare 33% solution.
Country Glyphosate 360 may be used according to the above directions for suppression or
control of many annual and perennial weeds. See Weeds Controlled tables for specific use
recommendations.

APPLICATION
Controlled Droplet Application Equipment (CDA)

Use the following table as a guide for achieving the correct application rates using the
Micron 10 Herbi or similar equipment. See Weeds Controlled tables for specific rates and
use recommendations. For hand held equipment a walking speed of approximately 1m/sec
(4km/h) is recommended.
Do NOT add oils to Country Glyphosate 360/water mixture, otherwise difficulty in application
and reduced weed control may occur.
CAUTION: CDA equipment produces a fine spray pattern which is not easily visible. Ensure spray pattern or drift does not contact foliage or any other green tissue of desirable plants, since severe injury or destruction may result. Rate of Country Glyphosate 360 delivered at 1m/sec Mixture (by volume) Glyphosate 360:Water AERIAL EQUIPMENT
Aerial equipment may be used to apply Country Glyphosate 360 only in pasture or fallow
situations prior to establishment of field crops, fodder crops, or new pasture, and for
pre-harvest application to cotton and sorghum crops. Do NOT use in intensive horticultural
cropping areas. Use recommended rates of Glyphosate specified in this label up to a
maximum limit of 4L/ha. For Micronair and boom equipment, apply in a minimum spray
volume of at least 20L/ha. Droplets with an average size (or VWD) of 250-350 micron dia.
are recommended. Swath width should be 15-17m. Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially
landing hear, after each day of spraying to remove herbicide residues.

GENERAL APPLICATION INFORMATION
The addition of a non-ionic surfactant is recommended at a rate of 100mL of a 600g/L
product (or equivalent) per 100L spray solution.
Do NOT treat weeds under poor growing or dormant conditions (such as occur in drought,
waterlogging, disease, insect damage or following frosts) as reduced weed control may
result. Reduced efficacy may also occur when treating weeds heavily covered with dust or
silt. Do NOT add additional surfactant, or mix with any other agricultural chemicals, herbicide
oils, or other materials except as specifically directed on this label.
Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness. Heavy rainfall
within 2 hours after application may wash the chemical off the foliage and a repeat treatment
may be required.
Delay treatment of plants wet with dew or rain if water droplets run-off when plants are
disturbed.
Do NOT disturb treated weeds by cultivation, sowing or grazing for one day after treatment
of annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds, to ensure herbicide absorption.
A Withholding Period for grazing stock is not required. However, it is recommended that
grazing of treated plants be delayed (as recommended above) to ensure herbicide
absorption. Certain plants such as, Soursob, St John's Wort and Bracken, may be naturally
toxic to stock. Where known toxic plants are present, grazing should be delayed until
complete browning of treated plants has occurred.
APPLICATION ON HILLY TERRAIN
As spraying height may vary, to maximise target contact, increase water volume to
30-80L/ha and increase droplets size to at least 300 micron VMD.
APPLICATION UNDER SUMMER CONDITIONS
High temperatures and/or low relative humidity cause excessive evaporation of spray
droplets which may reduce results. When temperature reaches 25 C, increase water volume
to at least 30L/ha. and increase droplet size to at least 300 micron VMD. DO NOT apply
Country Glyphosate 360 by aircraft when temperature is above 30 C.

AVOID DRIFT
Do NOT use with spraying equipment or under meteorological conditions which could be
expected to cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or
pastures. Equipment settings which produce fine droplets (150 microns or less), winds over
8km/h, inversion conditions, still air and hot dry days all contribute to drift.
PROTECTION OF CROP, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS
Avoid contact with foliage, green stems or fruit of crops desirable plants and trees, since
severe injury or destruction may result.
Do NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from spraying equipment which could be
expected to cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or
pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams with the product or used container.
When controlling weeds near water, refer to label directions to minimise the entry of spray
into the water.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Store in the closed, original container in a cool well-ventilated area. Do not store for
prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Triple or preferably, pressure rinse containers before
disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. If
recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.
If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority
landfill. If no landfill is available bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit
specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and
tree roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.
For refillable containers, empty contents fully into application equipment. Close all valves
and return to point of supply for refill or storage.
SAFETY DIRECTIONS
Product will irritate the eyes and skin.
Avoid contact with eyes and skin.
When preparing product for use, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.
After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly
with soap and water.
After each day's use wash contaminated clothing, gloves and face shield or goggles.
When using controlled droplet applicator, wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious
footwear.

FIRST AID
If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre Phone Australia 13 11
26.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
An MSDS is available from Accensi Pty Ltd upon request.

CONDITIONS OF SALE
The use of Country Glyphosate 360 Herbicide being beyond the control of the manufacturer
no warranty expressed or implied is given by ACCENSI PTY LTD regarding its suitability,
fitness or efficiency for any purpose for which it is used by the buyer, whether in accordance
with the directions or not and ACCENSI PTY LTD accepts no responsibility for any
consequence whatsoever resulting from the use of this product.

Source: http://accensi.com.au/leaflet/gly360leaflet.pdf

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