Apparent Axeman 600 (Triclopyr)
For the control of various woody and broadleaf weeds as specified in the Directions for Use table.
Apparent Axeman ( Equivalent to Garlon 600 ), which has activity on a wide range of broadleaf weeds & Blackberry's
Active Ingredient Triclopyr 600 is classified as a Group I Herbicide, with a mode of action where the weed cannot grow due to disruption of plant cell growth.
Triclopyr belongs to the Pyridines chemical group.
Applications of Triclopyr 600 is registered for the control of woody weeds and melons as specified.
Further details of use can be found in the Direction of Use section on the Product Label.
Commercial and industrial situations, Rights of way, Pastures and Forests
- African Boxthorn
- Australian Blackthorn
- Banksia and Angophora
- Bitter Bark
- Brown Salwood
- Camphor Laurel
- Castor Oil
- Chinese Apple
- Common prickly pear
- Dawson Gum
- English broom
- Eucalypt Seedlings
- Eucalyptus (Except Dawson Gum)
- Eucalyptus (seedlings and regrowth from small lignotubers)
- False Sandalwood
- Green cestrum
- Green Wattle
- Groundsel bush
- Lantana Needlewood
- Prickly Acacia
- Saffron thistle (up to bud stage)
- Seedling Camphor laurel (up to 3 m tall)
- Silver Wattle
- Smooth Tree Pear
- St John’s WortSweet Briar
- Tiger pear
- Tree of Heaven
- Wattles (including silver and black wattle)
- Yellow Wood
Fallow, Stubble, Firebreaks
- Paddy Melon (Cucumis myriocarpus)
- Blitter or Camel Melon (Citrullus lanatus)
Refer to the Apparent Axeman 600 Instruction Booklet (PDF) for directions for use, proper application periods, dosage and situational applications.