Magister® Command® 480EC Herbicide is a short residual herbicide that causes bleaching or whitening of the foliage of susceptible plants. Clomazone, the active constituent in Magister® Command® 480EC Herbicide, is a systemic herbicide taken up through the roots and emerging shoots of target weeds and then translocated upwards. Weeds will emerge but the leaves of affected plants turn white, and the plants will eventually die. Clomazone is less effective when applied to the foliage but can cause bleaching of emerged crop. Clomazone inhibits the carotenoid biosynthesis pathway and is classified as a Group 13 herbicide
Always refer to the product label for an official listing of crop usage, restrictions and precautions.
Full crop listing
- Green beans
- Oilseed Poppies
- Navy Beans
REGISTERED STATES and territories
- Australian Capital Territory
- New South Wales
- Northern Territory
- South Australia
- Western Australia
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