Axial 


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FORMULATION & ACTIVE INGREDIENT:AXIAL is an emulsifiable concentrate containing 100 g/l (9.8 % w/w) pinoxaden and 25 g/l (2.45 % w/w) cloquintocet-mexyl
MAPP NUMBER:12521
PACK SIZE:1 litre and 5 litre
TARGETS:Controls wild oats and rye-grasses in winter and spring wheat and winter and spring barley. Controls black-grass in winter and spring barley as part of an integrated control strategy.
WATER VOLUME AND SPRAY QUALITY: 100–400 litres water per hectare using a nozzle at the finer end of the medium range. A spray pressure of 2–3 bars is recommended.

PRACTICAL NOTES: AXIAL must always be used with ADIGOR adjuvant. The adjuvant should be applied at 0.5% concentration of spray volume. However, this may increase to a maximum concentration of 1% of the spray volume where water volumes lower than 200 litres per hectare are used.

CROPS: Winter and spring barley
MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL DOSE (l/ha): 0.6
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS: 1 per crop
LATEST TIME OF APPLICATION: Before flag leaf sheath extending stage (GS41)

CROPS: Winter and spring wheat
MAXIMUM INDIVIDUAL DOSE (l/ha): 0.45
MAXIMUM NUMBER OF APPLICATIONS: 1 per crop
LATEST TIME OF APPLICATION: Before flag leaf sheath extending stage (GS41)

Other specific restrictions:
To avoid the build up of resistance do not apply products containing an ACCase inhibitor herbicide more than twice to any crop. In addition, do not use this product in mixture or sequence with any other product containing pinoxaden.

RAINFASTNESS: 1 hour
BUFFER ZONE RESTRICTIONS: None.
FOR USE ONLY AS: AN AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE

This product label is compliant with the CPA Voluntary Initiative (VI) guidance.
NAN2535/2008

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