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Sulfonlyureas, imidazolamines and sulfonamides are systemic herbicides that are used for pre and/or post emergent grass and/or broadleaf weed control in cereals and are highly toxic to lupins.
Glyphosate is a systemic knockdown herbicide that is used extensively for brown fallow, summer weed or pre-seeding weed control, or selective weed control in glyphosate resistant crops.
This includes herbicides from a range of chemical groups that require uniform spray coverage to be fully effective.
These are post-emergent grass control herbicides used for annual ryegrass and/or wild oat control in wheat, barley and broadleaf crops or non-selective grass control in broadleaf crops.
This includes contact herbicides from a range of chemical groups that require uniform spray coverage to be fully effective.
The use of phenoxy herbicides is restricted in Western Australia (WA) under the Aerial Spraying Control Act 1966 and the Agriculture and Related Resources Protection (Spraying Restrict
Control methods for narrow leaf cotton bush (Gomphocarpus fruticosus).
Control methods for Mexican poppy, Argemone mexicana, a declared pest in Western Australia. These control methods are also applicable to control the non declared weed A.
Control methods for opuntioid cacti, declared pests in Western Australia. Report the presence of this organism if it's legal status is prohibited before undertaking a control measure.
Surfactants, wetting agents, anti-drift thickeners and petroleum oils can where required be used to improve the effectiveness of using herbicides.