Orange Oil 200L

Orange Oil Spray Water Surface Clearer
    • Clears the water’s surface of unwanted aquatic debris in irrigation dams, ponds and more
    • More environmentally friendly than synthetic herbicides[1]
    • Australian Made & Owned
    • Non-toxic to humans and domestic animals[1]
    • No withholding period – water can be used immediately after application
REFERENCES [1] O. Messerschmidt, J. Jankauskas and F. Smith, “Limonene-containing herbicide compositions, herbicide concentrate formulations and methods for making and using same”. United States of America Patent US 8,273,687 B2, 25 September 2012.
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  • Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer – The natural way to go

    Clears unwanted debris in irrigation dams, farm dams, ponds and more.

    A natural based product that gets its power from orange oil extracts. Water Surface Clearer spray is safe to use and does not have a withholding period. This means that the water being treated can be used immediately after application – no more waiting around. Safe for fish, pets and livestock, this product is not a herbicide, but a natural solution to clear unwanted free floating aquatic debris on the water’s surface.

    How does it work?

    We recommend full applications on day 1, day 2 and day 4. For best results, ensure there is visible free water in between the floating debris. If coverage is at 100%, partially remove some of the floating debris before applying Water Surface Clearer.

     

    Australian Made Product: Click here for more details.

  • Orange Oil Application Rates

  • Rapid Action and Results:

    The application of Orange Oil to aquatic debris demonstrates remarkable efficiency. Within a mere 2-24 hours, most targeted aquatic debris exhibits visible signs of sinking. This rapid response ensures that your aquatic control efforts yield prompt and effective results, making Orange Oil an invaluable choice for addressing these persistent challenges.

  • What is the best sprayer to apply Orange Oil with?

    A knapsack or backpack sprayer with an adjustable nozzle, available in manual or battery-powered options, is recommended for optimal application. You can find these sprayers at your local hardware store, such as Bunnings, with prices ranging from approximately $40 to $250.

    Can I use this around fish and other wildlife?

    Absolutely! Our Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer is non-toxic to humans and domestic animals1. As a natural product, it poses no harm to fish or wildlife, making it a safe choice for environmentally friendly weed control2.

    Is there a withholding period?

    No withholding period is required! You can use your treated water immediately, even for irrigation and around livestock. Orange oil’s environmentally friendly control approach2 ensures it’s safe and does not cause environmental pollution1, making it a hassle-free solution for aquatic management.

    What is the recommended application frequency for Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer?

    We recommend applying Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer with full applications on days 1, 2, and 4 for the best results. This approach ensures a thorough and effective treatment of the target area.

    Is there any special storage requirement for the Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer?

    To maintain product quality, it’s advisable to store Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Proper storage ensures the longevity and effectiveness of the product for future use.

    What is the difference between Orange Oil and AQ200?

    The key difference between these two products is that AQ200 is a herbicide with a withholding period of 10 days, whereas Orange Oil is a natural product and has no withholding period.

    References

    [1] O. Messerschmidt, J. Jankauskas and F. Smith (2012). Limonene-containing herbicide compositions, herbicide concentrate formulations and methods for making and using same. United States of America Patent US 8,273,687 B2
    [2] M. S. Gomes, M. d. G. Cardoso, M. J. Soares, L. R. Batista, S. M. Machodo , M. Andrade, C. de Azeredo, J. M. Valerio Resende and L. Rodrigues, “Use of Essential Oils of the Genus Citrus as Biocidal Agents,” American Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 5, pp. 299-305, 2014.
    [3] D. Soltys, U. Krasuska, R. Bogatek and A. Gniazdowska (2013). Allelochemicals as Bioherbicides — Present and Perspectives. Herbicides – Current Research and Case Studies in Use, IntechOpen
    [4] E.Koperek (2015). Organic Herbicides. World Agriculture Solutions. Pennsylvania

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  • Description

    Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer – The natural way to go

    Clears unwanted debris in irrigation dams, farm dams, ponds and more.

    A natural based product that gets its power from orange oil extracts. Water Surface Clearer spray is safe to use and does not have a withholding period. This means that the water being treated can be used immediately after application – no more waiting around. Safe for fish, pets and livestock, this product is not a herbicide, but a natural solution to clear unwanted free floating aquatic debris on the water’s surface.

    How does it work?

    We recommend full applications on day 1, day 2 and day 4. For best results, ensure there is visible free water in between the floating debris. If coverage is at 100%, partially remove some of the floating debris before applying Water Surface Clearer.

     

    Australian Made Product: Click here for more details.

  • How To Use

    Orange Oil Application Rates

  • Targets

    Rapid Action and Results:

    The application of Orange Oil to aquatic debris demonstrates remarkable efficiency. Within a mere 2-24 hours, most targeted aquatic debris exhibits visible signs of sinking. This rapid response ensures that your aquatic control efforts yield prompt and effective results, making Orange Oil an invaluable choice for addressing these persistent challenges.

  • FAQ

    What is the best sprayer to apply Orange Oil with?

    A knapsack or backpack sprayer with an adjustable nozzle, available in manual or battery-powered options, is recommended for optimal application. You can find these sprayers at your local hardware store, such as Bunnings, with prices ranging from approximately $40 to $250.

    Can I use this around fish and other wildlife?

    Absolutely! Our Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer is non-toxic to humans and domestic animals1. As a natural product, it poses no harm to fish or wildlife, making it a safe choice for environmentally friendly weed control2.

    Is there a withholding period?

    No withholding period is required! You can use your treated water immediately, even for irrigation and around livestock. Orange oil’s environmentally friendly control approach2 ensures it’s safe and does not cause environmental pollution1, making it a hassle-free solution for aquatic management.

    What is the recommended application frequency for Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer?

    We recommend applying Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer with full applications on days 1, 2, and 4 for the best results. This approach ensures a thorough and effective treatment of the target area.

    Is there any special storage requirement for the Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer?

    To maintain product quality, it’s advisable to store Orange Oil Water Surface Clearer in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Proper storage ensures the longevity and effectiveness of the product for future use.

    What is the difference between Orange Oil and AQ200?

    The key difference between these two products is that AQ200 is a herbicide with a withholding period of 10 days, whereas Orange Oil is a natural product and has no withholding period.

    References

    [1] O. Messerschmidt, J. Jankauskas and F. Smith (2012). Limonene-containing herbicide compositions, herbicide concentrate formulations and methods for making and using same. United States of America Patent US 8,273,687 B2
    [2] M. S. Gomes, M. d. G. Cardoso, M. J. Soares, L. R. Batista, S. M. Machodo , M. Andrade, C. de Azeredo, J. M. Valerio Resende and L. Rodrigues, “Use of Essential Oils of the Genus Citrus as Biocidal Agents,” American Journal of Plant Sciences, vol. 5, pp. 299-305, 2014.
    [3] D. Soltys, U. Krasuska, R. Bogatek and A. Gniazdowska (2013). Allelochemicals as Bioherbicides — Present and Perspectives. Herbicides – Current Research and Case Studies in Use, IntechOpen
    [4] E.Koperek (2015). Organic Herbicides. World Agriculture Solutions. Pennsylvania

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