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Apparent Terbutryn 500

20LActive500 g/L Terbutryn

Controls certain early competing broadleaf weeds in wheat, barley, triticale, pastures, some varieties of oats and field peas as per Directions for Use table.

Crop / Weeds

  • Wheat, Barley, Triticale and some varieties of Oats: from 3 leaf to early tillering stage

    • Amsinckia (Yellow Burrweed)
    • Capeweed
    • Corn Gromwell (Sheep Weed or White Iron Weed)
    • Deadnettle
    • Fumitory (Common
    • White and Dense Flowered)
    • Paterson’s Curse
    • Toad Rush – 2 to 6 leaves
    •  Charlock
    • Doublegee (Three-cornered Jack)
    • Hedge Mustard
    • Hexham Scent
    • Indian Hedge Mustard
    • Turnip Weed
    • Wild Turnip – 2 to 6 leaves
    • Plagiobothrys canascens – 2 to 6 leaves
    • Hedge Mustard
    • Indian Hedge Mustard
    • London Rocket
    • Wild Turnip
    • Black Bindweed (Climbing Buckwheat)
    • Faba Bean (volunteer)
    • Field Pea (volunteer)
    • Medic
    • Shepherd’s Purse
    • Deadnettle
    • Mexican Poppy
    • Wild Radish
    • Coreopsis
    • Sunflower (volunteer)
    • Vetch
    • Crassula
    • Faba Bean (volunteer)
    • Hyssop Loosestrife
    • Medic
    • Prickly Lettuce (Whipthistle)
    • Deadnettle
    • Field Pea (volunteer)
    • Wild Radish
    • Lupins (volunteer)
    • Vetch
    • Wire weed (less than 3 leaves) suppression
    • Turnip Weed
    • Dense flower Fumitory
    • Small flower Fumitory
    • Black Bindweed (Climbing Buckwheat)
    • London Rocket
    • Coreopsis
    • Corn Gromwell (Sheepweed or White Ironweed)
    • Amsinckia (Yellow Burrweed)
    • Capeweed
    • Corn Gromwell (Sheep Weed or White Iron Weed)
    • Deadnettle
    • Doublegee (Three-cornered Jack)
    • Fumitory (Common
    • White and Dense Flowered)
    • Rough Poppy
    • Salvation Jane
    • Toad Rush – 2 to 6 leaves
    • Hexham Scent,
    • Mallee Catch-Fly
    • Wards Weed
    • Wild Turnip – 2 to 6 leaves
    • Faba Beans (volunteer)
    • Long Fruited Turnip
    • Long Headed Poppy
    • Paterson’s Curse
    • Turnip Weed
    • Ball Mustard
    • Crassula
    • Medic
    • Prickly Lettuce (Whipthistle)
    • Field Pea (volunteer)
    • Doublegee (Spiny Emex
    • Three-cornered Jack)
    • Lupins (volunteer)
    • Vetch
    • Wireweed (less than 3 leaves) suppression
    • Capeweed
    • Corn Gromwell
    • Fumitory
    • Yellow Burrweed – 2 to 6 true leaves
    • Doublegee (Three-cornered Jack) and Toad Rush – 1 to 4 leaves
    • Denseflower Fumitory
    • Field Pea (volunteer)
    • Deadnettle
    • Australian Crassula
    • Doublegee (Spiny Emex
    • Three-cornered Jack)
    • Lupins (volunteer).
  • Pastures. 

    Use on mixtures of either/or Sub Clover (min. of 3 to max. of 10 leaves), Balansa Clover (established plants), White Clover (min. of 5 to max. of 10 leaves) with either/or Ryegrass, Phalaris, Cocksfoot (min. 3 leaves).

    • Capeweed (seedling to 10 cm diameter)
    •  Paterson’s Curse (seedling to 10 cm diameter)
    • Capeweed (seedling to 20 cm diameter)
    • Crassula (1 to 5 cm diameter)
    • Erodium botrys (seedlings to 8 cm diameter)
    • Paterson’s Curse (seedling to 20 cm diameter)
    • Toad Rush (1 to 5 leaves)
  • Field Peas

    • Amsinckia (Yellow Burrweed)
    • Capeweed
    • Common Fumitory
    • Corn Gromwell (Sheep Weed or White Iron Weed)
    • Deadnettle
    • Paterson’s Curse
    • Toad Rush
  • Canning Peas (Green Peas, Vining Peas, Processing Peas)

    • Blackberry Nightshade
    • Capeweed
    • Chickweed
    • Common Fumitory
    • Corn Gromwell
    • Deadnettle
    • Fat Hen
    • Paterson’s Curse
    • Toad Rush
    • Yellow Burrweed.

Apparent Terbutryn 500 active ingredient: 500 g/L Terbutryn

Refer to the Apparent Terbutryn 500 Instruction Booklet (PDF) for directions for use, proper application periods, dosage and situational applications.
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