Director CS Product Details

Director CS

Offers early weed control to minimise competition with emerging brassica, vegetable and fodder beet crops.

  • Director CS is a herbicide which controls a range of difficult to control weeds such as Shepherd's purse, wireweed, chickweed and cleavers before emergence.

  • Low-volatile clomazone formulation.

  • Can be tank mixed with other pre-emergent herbicides to widen the spectrum of weeds controlled.

  • Has both root and shoot activity.

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360g/litre Clomazone
Capsule suspension
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Weeds Controlled
Director CS will control a wide range of weeds including chickweed, sheperd's purse, cleavers, wireweed, summer grass, groundsel, portulaca, Barnyard grass, henbit, sowthistle, twincress and speedwells. See the Director CS label for more information.

For other crops including carrots, peas, pumpkin, buttercup squash, potatoes, dwarf green beans and vegetable brassicas see the Director CS label.

Use pattern
Director CS can be used in a range of crops as listed below. For specific rates refer to the Director CS label.



All vegetable crops
Pre-emergence post sowing
Fodder beet
Pre-emergence post sowing
Forage brassicas
Direct drill
Cultivated seed bed
Ridged crops
Apply with final WeedMaster TS540
Apply before broadcasting seed
Apply after sowing
Apply after ridging

Note: Soil moisture is required to activate Director CS. On dry soils a minimum of 13mm rainfall or irrigation is required for optimum weed control.

Crop whitening: some crop whitening can occur under certain conditions. This is typically seen only on the first two true leaves, and under normal growth the crop will rapidly recover having no effect on overall growth and yield.

Plant back intervals
Amount of Director CS applied
Plant back interval
Any crop on the label can be replanted immediately
Replant only with cucurbits or legumes within 4 months of application.

Click here to download the Director CS Label or email us for further details. Alternatively contact your local Nufarm Territory Manager.