North Eastern Agricultural Chemical Control Area (ACCA) Index Map
The North Eastern Agricultural Chemical Control Area is operational between and including 1st September and 30th April.
Use of the chemicals listed below is prohibited within the Agricultural Chemical Control Area by the application methods specified:
- any formulation of picloram, sulfometuron methyl, esters of triclopyr, and formulations of hexazinone when applied as a liquid. (These chemicals are prohibited only when applied by aerial application or by mister).
- the ester formulations of MCPA; 2,4-0 or 2,4-OB. (These chemicals are prohibited by any method of application).
The following agricultural chemicals may be applied by aerial spraying or mister#, but only by the issue of a permit* from DPI:
- chlorsulfuron, clopyralid, glyphosate, metsulfuron methyl, and the amine formulations of MCPA: MCPB, 2,4-0; 2,4-DB; dicamba; mecoprop and triclopyr.
# Types of equoment classified as misters are defined in the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Control Y Use) Regulations 2007.
* The permit issued for this use is different to an Agricultural Chemical User Permit (ACUP).
Further Information: Customer Service Centre 136 186 or back to Agriculture Chemical Use