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Very fast control
of most broadleaf weeds

Jaguar® Selective Herbicide

Registered for use in cereals, vineyards and some improved pastures, Jaguar is probably best known for its exceptional broadleaf weed spectrum and speed of action – producing visible effects within days rather than weeks. Jaguar can contribute significantly to the production of high-yielding cereal crops, and dynamic clover or lucerne pastures, by removing weed competition during the critical early weeks of crop establishment. Jaguar forms a continuous product layer on the soil surface, providing some residual control of subsequent germinations of wild radish.

Product Type
Herbicide
Active Ingredient
Bromoxynil 250 g/L
Diflufenican 25 g/L
Formulation Type
Emulsifiable concentrate
Pack Size
20 L
20 L
110 L
110 L
1000 L
1000 L
Chemical Group
C
F

Key Features

Very early and robust control of wild radish

including populations that have developed resistance to Group B, F and I herbicides

Helps keep other products effective for longer

by reducing the build-up of resistant weeds

Gives the best possible control

of  28 broadleaf weeds in cereals.

Exceptional crop safety 

From the 2 leaf crop stage

Crop Suitability

Application Usage Notes
Barley Capeweed Registered in all states and territories
Barley Paterson's Curse (Salvation Jane) Registered in all states and territories
Barley Wild mustards Registered in all states and territories
Barley  Wild radish  Registered in all states and territories 
Triticale Capeweed  Registered in all states and territories
Triticale  Paterson's Curse (Salvation Jane)  Registered in all states and territories 
Triticale  Wild mustards  Registered in all states and territories 
Triticale  Wild radish  Registered in all states and territories 
Rye  Capeweed  Registered in all states and territories 
Rye  Paterson's Curse (Salvation Jane)  Registered in all states and territories 
Rye  Wild mustards  Registered in all states and territories 
Rye  Wild radish  Registered in all states and territories 
Wheat  Capeweed  Registered in all states and territories 
Wheat  Paterson's Curse (Salvation Jane)  Registered in all states and territories 
Wheat  Wild mustards  Registered in all states and territories 
Wheat  Wild radish  Registered in all states and territories 

Download

Jaguar Selective Herbicide Product Label

Jaguar Selective Herbicide SDS

Jaguar product guide

FAQs

Question Answer
1 Which weeds does Jaguar control? Jaguar effectively controls and suppresses a total of 57 weeds. These are: Amsinckia, ball mustard, canola, capeweed, chamomile, charlock, chickweed, cleavers, climbing buckwheat, common cotula, common sowthistle, corn gromwell, common peppercress, crassula, deadnettle, dense-flower fumitory, dock, long storksbill, lesser swinecress, marshmallow, Mexican poppy, mintweed, doublegee, fat hen, field madder, fireweed, fumitory, hexham scent, horehound, mouse-eared chickweed, New Zealand spinach, ox-tongue, Paterson's curse, pheasants eye, prickly lettuce, purple calandrinia, rough poppy, saffron thistle, scarlet pimpernel, Shepherd's purse, skeleton weed, sorrel, speedwell, spoon cudweed, three-horned bedstraw, toad rush, tree hogweed, turnip weed, variegated thistle, vetch, volunteer field peas, volunteer lupins, Ward's weed, wild mustard, wild radish, wireweed, wild turnip.
2 How should I apply Jaguar? Jaguar does not require the use of adjuvants when sprayed on the field. Do not use crop oils with Jaguar or Jaguar tank mixtures in cereals. For optimum results, Jaguar is best applied using a medium spray quality in 70-100 L/ha of water. For more information, please refer to the product manual.
3 At what growth stage of the weeds is the use of Jaguar recommended? Jaguar works best when applied to young, actively growing weeds at the cotyledon to 5 leaf stage or 60-120 mm in diameter.
4 Which other herbicides can I tankmix with Jaguar?  Jaguar can be applied in tank mixes with some grass herbicides used in cereals, as well as a range of other broadleaf and knockdown herbicides such as Ally®, Cadence®, Fusilade®, Glean®, Broadstrike®, 2,4-D Amine, 2,4-DB Amine, Eclipse®, MCPA LVE, Lontrel®, paraquat, simazine, Targa® and Topik®. For more information on mix rates, please refer to the product label. 
5 Which insecticides can I tankmix with Jaguar?  Jaguar can be applied in tank mixes with chlorpyrifos, Decis Options®, dimethoate, Dominex® 100EC, Fastac® Duo, Le-mat® 290 SL and Talstar®. For more information on mix rates, please refer to the product label. 
6 Can Jaguar be used near crops which are sensitive to hormone herbicides?  Jaguar is a non-hormone herbicide and can be used in areas where hormone sensitive crops are grown or hormone herbicide restrictions prevail. 
7 Should I use Jaguar or Tigrex?  Jaguar is best suited for application to very young weeds and for use in wheat, barley, triticale, cereal rye, lucerne and sub clover based covercrops grown in vineyards (applied during vine dormancy), Tigrex® is not registered for this use.  
8 Is Jaguar selective to annual medics?  No. Jaguar is not recommended for use on annual medics. 
9 What are the minimum recropping intervals applying to crops following Jaguar application?  The residual barrier formed by Jaguar on the soil surface can be immediately broken down by cultivation and therefore poses no risk to following cereal or legume based crops, canola or pastures. As a consequence, no recropping intervals apply after thorough cultivation. 

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