New 2,4-D Herbicide Guidelines
The APVMA released a Special Gazette regarding their 2018 and 2019 2,4-D investigation, effective from the 1st of October 2020. Ozcrop advises all customers and end-users of any 2,4-D products to check the Gazette regarding changes to buffer zones and application rates.
Customers and end-users can continue to sell, store and apply these products, as long as these new guidelines are obeyed. The Gazette outlines that supply, use and possession of Ozcrop 2,4-D products with cancelled or suspended labels are permitted for 12 months (until 29th September 2021) as long as the new guidelines are followed.
The gazette can be found here on the APVMA website.
Instruction of use
Ozcrop 2,4-D products must be applied per the instructions on the label attached to the product and the instruction on the APVMA Gazette.
Products located on farm regardless of purchase or manufacturing date, need to also follow these new guidelines set out by the APVMA in correspondence with its specific group.
The Ozcrop Products that the APVMA 2,4-D review affects:
|Product Number||Product Name||APVMA 2,4-D Group specific instructions reference|
|66321||Ozcrop 2,4-D Amine 625 Herbicide||Group 9a|
|66332||Ozcrop 2,4-D Ipa 300 Herbicide||Group 2|
|68429||Ozcrop 2,4-D Ester 680 Herbicide||Group 19a|
|69074||Ozcrop 2,4-D Ipa 450 Sl Herbicide||Group 3|
|70153||Ozcrop Picloram 75-D Herbicide||Group 4|
Ozcrop is working hard to update its labels in correspondence to these Guidelines and they will be replaced with the new guidelines as soon as possible.