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Spinnaker®

Herbicide

For the control of certain weeds in clover seed crops and lucerne

ACVM Registration No.P4906

This herbicide inhibits the enzyme acetolactate synthase in plants (ALS inhibitor). Spinnaker can be used either pre- or post-emergence of the weeds. When the product is applied pre-emergence of the weeds, susceptible weeds may emerge but growth will be retarded and the weeds will either die or remain stunted and will not compete with the crop. Adequate soil moisture is important for optimum activity. When applied post-emergence of the weeds, they will either die or remain stunted and will not compete with the crop. For use post-emergence of the weeds, a non-ionic surfactant must be added to Spinnaker.

Key benefits

  • Use as a pre or post emergent herbicide
  • Kill or stunt weed growth
  • Group B herbicide

How it works

Read the label before using

Crop suitability

  • Clover - seed crops

    Annual poa
    Black nightshade
    Cat's ear
    Catchfly
    Chamomile
    Chickweed
    Cleavers
    Dandelion
    Dock
    Dove's foot
    Fathen
    Fennel
    Field madder
    Fumitory
    Groundsel
    Hawksbeard
    Hedge mustard
    Henbit
    Large flowered mallow
    Parsley Piert
    Scrambling speedwell
    Shephard's purse
    Sorrel
    Spurrey
    Storksbill
    Twin cress
    Willow weed
    Wireweed
  • Lucerne

    Annual poa
    Black nightshade
    Cat's ear
    Chamomile
    Chickweed
    Cleavers
    Dandelion
    Dock
    Dove's foot
    Fathen
    Fennel
    Field madder
    Fumitory
    Groundsel
    Hawksbeard
    Hedge mustard
    Henbit
    Large flowered mallow
    Parsley Piert
    Scrambling speedwell
    Shephard's purse
    Sorrel
    Spurrey
    Storksbill
    Twin cress
    Willow weed
    Wireweed