A selective grass weed herbicide for controlling grass weeds in white clover, non-crop areas and certain broadleaf crops.
Active Ingredient: 100g/litre haloxyfop-P as the methyl ester
Chemical Group: Aryloxyphenoxypropionate
Formulation: Emulsifiable concentrate
EC Compatibility: Compatible with most commonly used herbicides.
Scorp EC controls many annual and perennial grasses – controlling a wide range of grass weeds. It is rapidly absorbed by plant foliage and rapidly rainfast for maximum efficacy.
Use Scorp EC with a suitable spraying oil to optimise weed control. Use Scorp EC WITHOUT spraying oil on peas, lentils, nursery plants and in mixtures with other herbicides.
Broadleaf weeds: Scorp EC will not control broadleaf weeds and sedges.
Scorp EC is registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, Approval No. P7846
|GRASS WEED||BROADCAST L/ha||KNAPSACK mL/10L||SPOTGUN mL/L||HANDGUN mL/100L||COMMENTS|
|Pampas grass||7.5||150||60||500||For best results treat plants less than 1m high.|
|African feather grass||7.5||150||60||500||Repeat application may be required.|
|Sod bound couch, Mercer grass, browntop, ratstail, Indian doab, kikuyu, paspalum||3.75 - 5.0||60||40||375||Use high rate for grass weeds at an advanced growth stage or grass weeds under stress or slow growth conditions. Use high rate on sod bound couch. Use 2.5 L/ha for suppression of these grass weeds in Lucerne.|
|Cultivated couch||1.25 – 2.5||-||-||-||Use low rate on young or actively regenerating couch after extensive cultivation to break roots into small pieces. Use high rate on tillering couch. Use low rate for suppression in crops and high rate for longer term control.|
|Perennial ryegrass||1.25 – 2.5||25||12.5||250||Broadcast application: Use low rate with addition of oil. Use high rate without oil. For perennial ryegrass at an advanced growth stage or growing under stress or slow growth conditions, use high rate plus oil.|
|Cocksfoot, prairie grass, Yorkshire fog, sweet vernal, soft brome (goose grass)||1.25 – 2.5||25||12.5||250||Use high rate for grass weeds at an advanced growth stage or grass weeds growing under stress or slow growth conditions.|
|Annual poa||1.5||30||15||300||Use oil for grass weeds at an advanced growth stage or grass weeds growing under stress or slow growth conditions.|
|Annual grass weeds including annual ryegrass, summer grass, barnyard grass, bristle grass and volunteer cereals.||0.6||12.5||6||-||Use oil for grass weeds at an advanced growth stage or grass weeds growing under stress or slow growth conditions.|
|Hair grass and chewings fescue are not controlled at rates listed above.|
Forestry tree release: Scorp EC may be applied over forestry species including Radiata pine Eucalyptus species. To control broadleaf weeds in Radiata pine, atrazine and simazine, terbuthylazine and clopyralid herbicides may be added. To control broadleaf weeds in Eucalyptus species, clopyralid may be added. Do not add spraying oil to mixtures of Scorp EC with either clopyralid or terbuthylazine herbicides.
Tree nurseries: Scorp EC may be applied over seedling Radiata pine, Eucalyptus, Acacia, Casuarina and other seedling plantation and ornamental tree species. Where there is no previous experience, apply Scorp EC over a few plants before treating larger areas. Do not add spraying oil.
Lucerne, clover: Apply Scorp EC in mixture with spraying oil.
Pipfruit, citrus: Scorp EC, in mixture with spraying oil, should be applied as a directed spray around the base of the trees, to avoid direct contact with the fruit.
Peas, lentils: Apply Scorp EC at no more than 1.5L/ha. Do not add spraying oil.
Asparagus: Apply Scorp EC, in mixture with spraying oil, after the final cut.
Onions: Apply Scorp EC, at no more than 1.5 litres/ha, in mixture with spraying oil.