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Archer

Archer is a herbicide for the control of certain broadleaf weeds in a wide range of crops.

  • Can be tank mixed with Baton®, Relay® Super S, Sprinter® 700DS and Agritone® 750 to control large or hard to kill thistles with phenoxy resistance
  • Excellent control of yarrow, thistles and volunteer potatoes in cereal and maize crops
  • Ryegrasses, cereals and forage brassicas can be drilled any time after application

 

Active Ingredient:  300g/L Clopyralid

Formulation:            Soluble concentrate
 

Archer is a broadleaf herbicide for control of Californian thistle, yarrow, volunteer potatoes and other thistles in pasture, forage brassicas, fodder and sugar beet, cereals, maize and in conservation tillage.

 

Weeds controlled:

Californian thistle, yarrow, volunteer potatoes, clover, ragwort, thistles, Bathurst bur

 

Compatibility:

Archer is compatible with most commonly used herbicides, cereal fungicides and insecticides. Refer to product labels for applicable timing and withholding periods.

 

Plant back periods:

Brassicas, cereal and ryegrass crops may be drilled any time after application of Archer.
Do not plant susceptible crops (clover, peas, beans, potatoes, tomatoes, carrots, cucurbits) within 12 weeks of applying up to 0.5 litres/ha of Archer. Where more than 0.5 litres/ha is applied do not plant susceptible crops within 6-12 months of treatment without sowing a small area first to check soil residues.

 

Directions for use in:

  • Cereals
Weeds  Rate (L/ha) Comments
Volunteer potatoes 1.0 Apply after full potato emergence but before tuber formation.
Californian thistle 0.3-1.0 Apply after the 2 true leaf stage of crop and before the 2nd node stage.
Yarrow 0.3-1.0 Apply after the 2 true leaf stage of crop and before the 2nd node stage.
  • Forage Brassicas
Weeds Rate (L/ha) Comments
Californian thistle, yarrow 0.5 – 1.0  Apply after the 2 true leaf stage of the crop and before bulbous root formation.
  • Fodder and Sugar Beet
Weeds Rate (L/ha) Comments
Californian thistle, yarrow 0.5 – 1.0  Apply after the 2 true leaf stage of the crop and before bulbous root formation.
  • Conservation Tillage
Weeds Rate (L/ha) Comments
Clovers, narrow-leaved plantain, thistles 0.5 – 0.7 For best results apply to actively growing weeds
Californian thistle 1.0 Apply from rosette to early flower. Re-treatment may be required
Yarrow 1.0  Apply to actively growing yarrow, autumn to spring. For best results surface cultivate no less than one week after treatment.