September 28, 2022



Conquest can be used for the control of gorse, broom, blackberry, and other brushweeds, as well as a pasture spot treatment of many broadleaf weeds, including ragwort, thistles, and docks. In turf, Conquest will control broadleaf weeds and can be used for release spraying in radiata pine.

Product Group: Herbicide
Active Ingredient: 100g/L Picloram and 300g/L Triclopyr
Formulation: Emulsifiable concentrate

Conquest Features and Benefits

  • Controls pasture weeds like ragwort, thistles, docks
  • Safe on grasses
  • Three hours rainfastness

How Does it Work?
Conquest is absorbed by the leaves, stem and roots of plants and translocated to the growing points where it interferes with cell division and elongation. Plants must be actively growing for maximum efficacy.

Selective to Grasses
Conquest is safe on desirable pasture grasses but is injurious to clovers and may prevent their re-establishment. It is recommended that small areas be oversown with clover one to two months prior to any planned sowing time to check for possible harmful residues.

When to Use
Conquest is ideal to use as a spot spray for pasture weeds when they are at the rosette to early flowering stage. Multicrowned plants will also be controlled.