ADAMA 2,4-D AMINE 625 HERBICIDE

Australia - English - APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority)

Active ingredient:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE AND DIETHANOLAMINE SA
Available from:
ADAMA Australia Pty Limited
INN (International Name):
2,4-D as dea/dma(625g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE
Composition:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE AND DIETHANOLAMINE SA PHENOXY ACIDS-2,4-D Active 625.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 200L; 20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ADAMA AUST
Therapeutic group:
BANANA | BARLEY | BROOM MILLET | CARIBBEAN STYLO FORAGE CROP | CARIBBEAN STYLO SEED CROP | CEREAL RYE | CEREALS | COMMON STYLO F
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | ANNUAL THISTLE | APPLE-OF-PERU | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | BANANA SUCKER ERADICATION | BATHURST BURR | BELLVINE | BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP | BINDWEED | BINDY-EYE | BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLACK-EYED SUSAN | BLUE SNAKEWEED | BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP. | BOXTHORN | BROADLEAF WEEDS | BROADLEAF WEEDS - EXCEPT NOOGOORA BURR | BURR MEDIC | CALIFORNIAN BURR | CALIFORNIAN THISTLE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS | CAPE TULIP | CAPEWEED | CASTOR OIL BUSH | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA | CHARLOCK | CHINESE MINT | CLOCKWEED | CLOVER | COBBLER'S PEGS | COMMON HELIOTROPE | COMMON ICEPLANT | COMMON SIDA | CONVOLVULUS VINES | COTTON BUSH (MILKY COTTON BUSH) | DOCK | DOCK - SEEDLING | DOVEWEED | ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL | FAT HEN | FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM | FLEABANE | FUMITORY - RED | FUMITORY - WHITE | GALVANISED BURR | GERANIUM | GRASSES - EXCEPT MO
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP:Pastures cereal crops:Don not graz e or cut for stock food for 7 days aft er application. Harvest:Not required w hen used as directed.; Host/pest details: BANANA: [BANANA SUCKER ERADICATION]; BARLEY: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BROOM MILLET: [CAPE TULIP, DOCK, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, RADISH, SAFFRON THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD TURNIP]; CARIBBEAN STYLO FORAGE CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CARIBBEAN STYLO SEED CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CEREAL RYE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CEREALS: [CAPE TULIP, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA, DOCK, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, SAFFRON THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; COMMON STYLO FORAGE CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COMMON STYLO SEED CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
55046
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

Company Name:

ADAMA AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED

Product Name:

FARMOZ 2,4-D AMINE 625 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

APVMA Approval

No:

55046/100092

Product

ID:

55046

Label Name:

ADAMA 2,4-D AMINE 625 HERBICIDE

Signal Headings:

POISON

Constituent

Statements:

Mode of Action:

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

625 g/L 2,4-D present as the DIMETHYLAMINE and DIETHANOLAMINE SALTS

GROUP

a

HERBICIDE

RLP

Statement of

Claims:

For the control of broadleaf weeds in fallow before direct drilling or sowing of cereals and

pastures;

cereal crops, pastures, sugar cane, peanuts and non-agricultural areas as

specified in the Directions for Use table.

This is a PHENOXY HERBICIDE that can cause severe damage

susceptible crops such

as cotton, grapes, tomatoes, oilseed crops and ornamentals.

Net Contents:

OOOL

110L

200L

Name and Address:

Adam Phelan

Adama Australia Pty. Ltd.

Suite

Level 4, Building

207 Pacific Highway, St. Leo nards

2065, Australia

Phone Number: 02

9431

7800

Restraints:

NOT spray if rain seems likely within 6 hours

if strong winds prevail.

NOT spray if crop or weeds are stressed due to dry

excessively moist conditions.

NOT spray weeds outside stages indicated in the weeds table.

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Directions for Use:

Other Limitations:

Withholidng

Periods:

General

Instructions:

Resistance

Warning:

DO NOT spray if weeds are wet.

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USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,

ANY MANNER, CONTRARY

THIS

LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

Tasmania, this product may only be used from 15th April

15th September unless

otherwise permitted by the Registrar

Pesticides.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD:

PASTURES, CEREAL CROPS: DO NOT GRAZE

CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 7

DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

HARVEST WITHHOLDING PERIOD: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Before opening, carefully read Directions For Use, Precautionary Statements, Safety

Directions and First Aid Instructions.

MODE OF ACTION

This product

readily absorbed through plant roots. The chemical mimics the action

of auxins causing over stimulation

growth and rupture of cells and eventual death

susceptible weeds.

MIXING

2,4-D AMINE 625 mixes readily

water. Part fill spray tank with water. Add the required

amount of 2,4-D AMINE 625 and fill the rest of the tank. Maintain agitation.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

BOOM SPRAYING: Use 30-120

of water.

AERIAL SPRAYING: Use 10-90 Uha of water.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND USAGE

Ensure boomspray is calibrated and check nozzles, hoses and pump before using. Clean

spray equipment thoroughly and wash out well with a suitable boom cleaner or warm

soapy water and rinse several times before re-use. Equipment that has been used for

this chemical should not be used for the application of other materials to sensitive plants,

unless it has been well washed out with hot soapy water or

solution of ammonia,

followed by several clear water rinses.

Adama 2,4-D AMINE® 625 Herbicide is a member of the Phenoxys group of herbicides.

2,4-D AMINE 625 has the Disrupters

plant cell growth mode of action. For weed

resistance management 2,4-D AMINE 625

a Group I Herbicide. Some naturally occurring

weed biotypes resistant to 2,4-D AMINE 625 and other Group I herbicides may exist

through normal genetic variability

any weed population. The resistant individuals can

eventually dominate the weed population if these herbicides are used repeatedly. These

resistant weeds will not be controlled by 2,4-D AMINE 625 or Group I herbicides.

Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Adama Australia

Pty. Ltd. accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure

2,4-D AMINE

625 to control resistant weeds.

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of

4

Protections:

Storage and

Disposal:

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT spray in high winds.

NOT spray cereals if lucerne is present. DO NOT spray

crops or weeds outside the staged indicated in the "Critical Comments" as damage, loss of

yield or inadequate weed control may result.

Drift Warning:

DO NOT use unless wind speed is more than 3 kilometres per hour and less than 15

kilometres per hour as measured at the application site.

NOT apply with smaller than coarse to very coarse spray droplets according to BCPC/

asae S572 definition for standard nozzles.

NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment, that may cause

spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping lands or pastures.

Avoid spray drift and vapour movement onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco,

tomatoes, vines, lupins, fruit trees, vegetables, legume crops and pastures, oilseed crops

and susceptible trees (eg. Kurrajongs, Belahs and Eucalypts).

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

There is some possibility that spraying will increase the chance of nitrate poisoning

particularly with variegated thistle and capeweed during a flush of growth

Autumn. Stock

should be checked continually and removed

the first sign

trouble. Low hazard to bees.

applied to any target areas at any time.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with this chemical or used container.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

200 L)

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area. DO NOT store

for prolonged periods in direct sunlight. DO NOT store with seeds, fertilizers

other

pesticides.

NOT use this container for any other purpose. Triple

preferably pressure

rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank.

NOT dispose of undiluted

chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or

designated collection point. If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture and bury empty

containers

a local authority landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers below

500 mm

a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways,

desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

For refillable containers empty contents fully into application equipment. Close all valves

and return to point of supply for refill or storage.

Envirodrum Micro Malic Valve (110 L)

Store the original sealed Envirodrum in a cool well-ventilated area.

NOT store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight. DO NOT tamper with the Micro Malic valve

security seal. DO NOT contaminate the Envirodrum with water or any foreign matter. After

each use of the product, please ensure that the Micro Malic coupler delivery system and

hoses are disconnected, triple rinsed with clean water and drained accordingly. When the

contents of the Envirodrum have been used, please return the Envirodrum to the point of

purchase. The Envirodrum remains the property of Adama Australia Ply. Ltd.

1000

L

Store

the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. DO NOT store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Storage must

secure so that contents cannot be

tampered with. All locks and/or seals must be

order. If locks or seals are broken prior

to initial use then the integrity

this product cannot be assured. If this occurs Adama

Australia Ply.

Ltd.

should

advised immediately. This minibulk container

reusable and

remains the property of Adama Australia Ply. Ltd.

NOT rinse empty container. Empty

contents fully into application equipment. Close all valves and return

the point

supply

for refill or storage. No other liquid, solid or pesticide product should be put into it. When

empty return to Adama Australia Ply. Ltd. for cleaning, relabelling and refilling.

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Safety Directions:

First Aid

Instructions:

First Aid Warnings:

Poisonous if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist.

When preparing spray wear PVC or rubber apron, elbow-length PVC gloves and face

shield. When using the prepared spray wear face shield. If product

skin, immediately

wash area with soap and water. After use and before eating, drinking

smoking, wash

hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day's use, wash gloves,

face shield and contaminated clothing.

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia

131126.

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ADAMA

2, 4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

Direction

Use:

AELD

CROPS

SITUATION

&

CROP

WEEDS

Wheat

ReterWeed

Table

Barley

Cereal

Rye,

Triticale

Oats

Cereals:

Wheat,

Cape

Tulip

Oats,

Barley

Dock.

Ratweed.

Saffron

Thistle

STATE

NSW,ACT,

only

only

only

only

NSW,ACT,

only

only

only

only

NSW,ACT,

only

only

NSW,

only

only

WAonly

RATE

mL-1.7LJha

ml-1.4

LJha

ml-1.4

LJha

ml-1.4

LJha

ml-1.4

LJha

ml-1.4LJha

ml-1.4lJha

ml-1.41Jha

ml-1.4

Llha

ml-1.4

Llha

ml-800

mlJha

ml-800

mlJha

ml-lJ

lJha

L)ha

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Apply

after the

first

node

felt

at the base

tiller

before

swelling

head

felt

tiller

(NSW,

ACT,

only).

Apply

from

tillering

boot

stage

(Vic

only).

Apply

from

tillering

before

boot

stage

(Qid

only).

Apply

at Sleaf

fullytillered

only).

sufficient

water

give

good

coverage.

spray

cereals ifluceme

present

retained.

Apply

from

51eaf

stage

jointing

stage

(Zadoks

15-33).

Apply

after the 6leaf stage

(Z.16)

cranbrook,

jacup,

aroona

spear wheat

mortlock

oats

avoid

possible

damage.

spray

lucerne

present

WEED

STAGE:

10-15

Docks

should

sprayed

before

51eaf

stage.

Cape

Tulip-

rate

cormils

only.

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02 Oct. 2014

Adama Australia Pty.

ltd.

ADAMA

2, 4-D AMINE 625 HERBICIDE

ITEM:

Decision ID: DC12-S0650121

Observe

plant

back_periods

given

table

this

leaflet

mixed

with

Tackle~·

Paraquat where grasses

present

soon as possible after

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Oct.

2014

Adama Australia Pty. Ltd.

ADAMA

4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

FIELD

CROPS-

continued

SITUATION

&

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

Harvest

Qld,

NSW,

Salvage

Dessicate

only

-Winter

Cereals

Broadleaf

Weeds

-Maize

&

Sorghum

Refer

Weed

Table

Bananas

destroy

only

Banana

suckers

Common

Style

Refer

Weed

forage

seed

Table

crops

Carribean

Stylo

forage

seed

crops

RATE

1.2-1.7

LJha

ml/10

water

ml/100

water

mLJha

BOOmL-1.6/haL

water

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Apply

after dough stage.

Inject

rate

fully

grown

plant,

medium

sized

plant

small

suckers.

Allow

suckers

from

corms

treated

plants

form

broad

adult

leaves, then spray. Isolated spots may require a second spray.

Apply

post-emergence

when

weeds are 3 weeks

crop

at least3 weeks

old.

Apply

post-emergence

when

crop

weeks

old.

PASTURES

AGRICULTURA~

RIGHTS

INDUSTRIAL

LAWNS

SITUATION

&

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

Pastures

Refer

Weed

Table

NSW,Uid,

Non-Agricultural

ACT,

only

Galvanised

Burr

NSW,

only

Amsinckia,

WAonly

Docks,

Bindweed,

Caltrop,

Flatweed,

Spear

Thistle,

Capeweed,

Saffron

Thistle,

Mustard,

Wild

Radish,

Wild

Turnip,

Annual

Thistles,

Paterson's

Curse,

Heliotrope,

Ragwort,

Three

cornered

Jack

(Doublegee,

Spiny

Afghan

Melons

Paddy

Melons

Prickly

Saltwort

(Roly

Poly)

Stinkwort

Dove

Weed

Pastures,

Boxthorn,

Vic,

only

Rights-of-Way

Boneseed,

Industrial

Hawthorn

Groundsel

NSW,Uid,

ACT,

only

only

Old,

NSW,

ACT,

onlv

Lantana

NSW,

Old,

ACT,

only

Mother

Millions

NSW,

only

RATE

ml-1.7

LJha

ml/100

water

1.1-2.4

LJha

1.6lJha

plus

croo

tliJha

LJha

1.6-3.2lJha

plus

surfactant

3.2l/ha

miJlO

l/ha

water

undiluted

mlJ15

water

ml/100

water

240mlJ15Lwater

2.9·4.41/ha

miJlOO

water

ml/100

water

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Pasture legumes

including

lucerne,

clovers

medics

damaged

unless

well

protected

grasses.

Spot

spraying

preferred.

Apply

young

actively

growing

weeds.

Ensure

thorough

even

coverage

plants.

NOTE:

Treated

plants need

burnt

destroy seeds.

pastures

containing

legumes.

Only

seedling

docks,

spear

thistle

saffron

thistle

will

controlled.

SUMMER

WEEDS:

rate

seedlings, 1.6-2.4[Jha

larger

plants.

Stock

poisoning

occur

when

grazed

after

spraying

amounts

present, particularly

Heliotrope.

WINTER

WEEDS:

rate

seedlings,

1.6-2.4

LJha

larger

plants,

stock present

spray/grazing

rates.

Spray

when

plants are

actively

growing

preferably

before

flowering

vining.

Spray

when

plants are

small.

Best results are

obtained

when

plants

smalL

high

rate

larger

plants.

Spray

after

good

emergence

seedlings.

Spot

Spraying.

boneseed

only,

thoroughly

wet plants

seedlings.

Apply

undiluted

spray

freshly

stumps.

MISTING:

Lightly

plants.

HIGH

VOlUME:

Thoroughly

plants.

STUMP:

Swab

stump

immediately.

Apply

pouring

Knapsack

spray.

AERIAL

APPLICATION:

Spray

when

Groundsel

actively

growing.

a coarse spray

with

sufficient pressure to penetrate canopy

wet stems as

well

foliage.

Spray

at the

a wet

summer

(March

May),

Defoliation

should

occur

respraying

growth

wilt

necessary

following

Auhlmn.

Broadcast

grass seed

keep

stock

following

summer

allow

pasture

establish.

Damage

result

pasture

legumes.

Hand

Knapsack

only.

thorough

coverage

leaves

plantlets

necessary.

Wetspray

1000

rate

surfactant

mixture.

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4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

PASTURES

NON-AGRICULTURAL

RIGHTS-OF-WAY

INDUSTRIAL

LAWNS-

continued

SITUATION

&

CROP

Pastures,

Rights-of-Way

Industrial

-continued

Conservation

Tillage

-Direct

Drilling,

Surface

Sowing

Fallow

Maintenance

Pastures-

Spray

Graze

Techniques

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Noogoora

Burr,

Weir

only

ml)lDO

l water

cases

apply

young,

actively

growing

weeds,

ensuring

Vine

(Ipomea).

Scarlet

thorough

coverage.

Pimpernel

(seedlings

only),

Vvhite

(Mexican

Clover)

Annual

Perennial

mlJlOO

water

cases

apply

young,

actively growing weeds,

ensuril')g

Pigweed,

Artichoke

thorough

coverage.

Thistle,

Bathurst

Burr,

*Spray

rosette

stage.

Billygoat

Weed,

Blue

Repeat spraying necessary.

Snake

Weed.

Medic,

Clockweed*,

Fleabanes,

Galvanised

Burr,

Hemlock,

Hoary

Cress-,

Kyalinga

Weed

(Whisker

Grassl.

Knobweed,

Milky

Cotton

Bushes,

Parthenium

Weed,

Paterson's

Curse,

Saffron

Thistle,

Star

Burr,

Thornapple,

Variegated

Thistle""

Rubber

Vine

only

mlJlO

l water

Apply

freshly

stump.

Sesbania

ml-900

mUha

Water

Hyacinth

3.5-5.3l)ha

Apply

2200

3300

l water/ha.

Wild

Tobacco

Tree

240ml)15Lwater

Stump

Treatment:

Swab

stump

within

hour

cutting.

Apply

pouring

knapsack

sprayer.

Charlock,

Mustards,

States

ml-1.6l)ha

Apply

actively

growing

young

plants.

Shepherd's

Purse,

Before

sowing:

Observe

plant

back

periods

given

table

Saffron,

Slender,

this leaflet

Spear

Variegated

""Warning:

Treated

plants

become

toxic

stock.

Thistles"",

Turnip

Weed,

Wild

Radish.

Wild

Turnip

Clover,

Sorrel

lfha

plus

Apply

actively

growing

plants

Autumn.

280-400

-1Uha

pasture

seed

at least

days

after

application.

Cutlass®

PRECAUTION:

increased

quantity

poisonous

plants

eaten

stock

using

Spray-Graze

caltrop,

capeweed,

Paterson's curse,

variegated

thistle

deaths

could

result

from

causes

such

nitrate

poisoning.

Wrth

Paterson's curse,

preferably

graze

stock

soon

destined

slau(lhter

avoid

extended

periods

grazing.

Avoid

grazing

with

young

breedinll

stock.

(lraze

horses

PillS

Paterson's curse.

Amsinckia,

Thistles,

only

Capeweed,

Doublegee,

Mustard,

Paterson's

Curse,

Wild

Turnip,

Wild

Radish,

Docks,

Geranium,

Erodium

Annual

Thistles.

Tas,

Capeweed,

only

Doublegee,

Mustards,

Paterson's

Curse,

Turnip,

Saffron

Thistle,

Spear

Thistle,

Geranium,

Slender

Thistle

Amsinckia,

Docks

WAonly

[Seedling

only!,

Capeweed,

Doubfegee.

Mustard,

Wild

Radish,

Wild

Turnip,

Paterson's

Curse

Annual

Thistles

Spear

Thistle,

Saffron

Thistle

Melons

Docks

only

mlJha

600-800

mlJha

1.2l)ha

lJha

IJha

Apply

from

weeks

after

opening

rains

Autumn

until

August

Seven

days

after

spraying

stock

paddock

times

normal

rate,

preferably

with

sheep.

Maintain

this

level

grazing

6 weeks

until

pasture shows

signs

over

grazing_

Then

return

normal

stocking

levels.

high

stocking

rates

following

Spring

prevent

weeds

from

flowering.

Repeat

treatments

required

years

complete

control.

Refer

"PRECAUTION~

above.

Apply

saffron

thistle

September

when

plants

running

flower.

Sub-clovers

damaged

this

rate

recommended

medic

pastures.

Heavy

stocking

young

plants

sprayed

with

mlJha

provides

effective

control.

Apply

September

only

follow

other

recommendations

above.

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ADAMA

2, 4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

PASTURES,

NON-AGRICULTURAL

RIGHTS-OF-WAY,

INDUSTRIAL,

LAWNS

-coJrtinued

SITUATION

&

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Pastures

Sprav

Caltrop,

Capeweed,

NSW,

ml-1.1

Llha

Sprav

activelv

growing

6-Bweeks

weeds.

Introduce

stock

Graze

Techniques

Charlock,

Mustards,

only

7-10

days

after

spraying,

preferably

sheep

(cattle

less

(continued!

Paterson's Curse,

effective).

Stocking

rate

should

least 5

times

heavier

than

Shepherd's

Purse,

normal

until

weeds

have

been

reduced,

before

survival

Saffron, Slender, Spear

desirabla pastures specias

threatened.

lucerne

medics

Variegated

Thistles*,

damaged

should

grazed

short

before

spraying.

Turnip

Weed,

Wild

Other

legumes

affected.

Radish,

Wild

Turnip

lawns,

Playing

Refer

Weed

Table

Qld.

NSW.

1.5-3

ml/ll

foliagathoroughly.

lawn

1 week

before

fields

only

water

at least 1

weed

after

application.

1.6-3.2

Llha

Buffalo

grass

only).

only

10-15l

water/100m'

SPOT

SPRAYING

SITUATION

&

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

MIXING

RATES/COMMENTS

High

Volume

Refer

Weed

Table

States

1/l(}lh

rate

weed table

water.

Each

will

cover

Spraving

1000

(1/lOth

rate

weed

table

1.4l

ml.J150

water.

Knapsack

1/lOI)tll

rate

weed

table

Lofwater.

Each

will

cover

Application

100m'

!1/lO()lh

rate

weed

table

1.4l

mL/10

water.

MAXIMUM

TOLERANCE

WHEAT,

BARlEY,

OATS

TRITICALE

INCLUDING

TOLERANCE

UNDERSOWN

LEGUMES

CROP

NSW,ACT

Early

lillering

Tillered

Boot

Stage

Cereal

Wheat

1.8LJha

1.7LJha

mLJha

1.4LJha

Barley

1.4LJha

1.4LJha

mLJha

1.4LJha

Oats

mLJha

mLJha

mLJha

Triticale

1.4LJha

mLJha

Undersown

mLJha

Clovers

Undersown

ml.Jha

Medics

Undersown

mljha

Lucerne

1.4llha

1.7llha

1.4Vha

900mLJha

1.4llha

lillered

Tillered

boo~)

Z15-35

boo:)

Z15-35

1.7LJha

1.7Liha

1.4L!ha

1.4Liha

1.3LJha

1.7LJha

800mLJha

mLJha

560mLJha

560mLJha

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ADAMA

2, 4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

APPLICATION:

WEED

TABU::

NOTE:

Where

weeds

sprayed

CROP

PASTURE,

only

rates

giYen

particular

crop

situation

indicamd

Directions

table.

most

cases

this

will

give

control,

hOINever

some

hard

kill

weeds

those

adYanced

stages

growth

only

suppressed.

rates

listed

Weed

Table

below

where

weeds

only

present

crop

pasture

involved.

these

rates

crop

pasture

other

than

spot

spraying

cause

damage.

This

product

should

only

used

those

States

where

rate

range

rates

indicated

particular

weeds

tisted.

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

APPLICATION

RATE

HECTARE

CROP

NSW,ACT

Amarantlws

spp.

SGDml-1.1

90Dml

Amsinckia

1.1L

Apple

Peru

56Dml-1.1

900ml

Bathurst

Burr

BOOmL-1.1

1.7-2.5

900ml

Bellvine

Bi!lygoat

Weed

3.4L

3.4l

Bindweed

1.1L

Blackberry

Nightshade

560mL-1.1

900ml

Black

eyed

Susan

Blue

Snakeweed

California

Burr

BOOml-l.ll

900ml

Cape

Tulip

640ml

-L3L

Capeweed

1.4L

1.7l

1.4L

1.1L

Caltrop

ml-1.7L

900ml

1.1L

Castor

Plant

3.4L

Charlock

560mL-1.1L

560mL

Clover

Cobbler's

Pegs

Common

Plant

1.1L

Common

Common

Sowthistla

l.BL

1.4L

Docks

1.4L

1.4L

1.1L

Doveweed

1.1L

560mL-1.7

1.4L

Flannel

Weed

l.BL

Weed

1.1L

Fumitory-red

1.7L

Fumitory-white

BOOmL

560mL

Heliotrope

1.1L

Hexham

ScenVMemorus

1.1L

Hoary

Cress

900ml-1.4l

L1-1.7L

1.4L

1.4L

Hogweed/Wireweed

Horehound

1.4L

Indian

Hedge

Mustard

1.4L

l.ll

Khaki

Weed

Knobweed

1.8-3.4L

Lincoln

Weed

1.7L

London

Rocket

Lupins

mL-1.7

l.ll

Melons-Camel,

Padd

SSOmL-1.1

Mexican

Poppy

Mintweed

1.1L

900mL

Morning

Glory

Mustards

225-560

560mL-1.1

560mL

90Dml

800ml

-1.4L

Needle

Burr

1.8L

1.8L

PASTURE

NSW,ACT,

OLD,

ONLY

BOOml-l.IL

ml-l.ll

1.7-2.8L

800mL-1.1L

3.2L

only

1.1-1.7

1.4-1.7

2.2-3.2

only

1.1-2.2

560ml-l.ll

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Spray

young

plants

Spray

young

plants

Susceptible

when

young.

Spray

seedlings

only.

Spray

before

seeding.

Advanced

stages

susceptible.

Spray

young

stage.

Apply

pre-flowering,

preferably

young

stages.

Spray

seedlings

young

stages

only.

Spray

seedlings

only.

rate

cormils

only.*

Spray

seedlings

rosette

stage.

Moderately

susceptible.

Spray

young

stage.

Spray

rosette

stage.

Apply

pre-flowering,

preferably

young

stages.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Apply

pre-flowing,

preferably

young

stages.

Spray

multiple

leaf

stage.

-effective

only

seedlings.

Spray

pre-flowering.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Spray

multiple

leaf

stage.

Spray

multiple

leaf

stage

before

seedling.

Spray

rosettes

pre-flowering.

Spray

multiple

leaf

stage

(Vic)

Spray

seedling

young

plant

stage

(Old]

Spray

seedlings.

Spray

seedlings

only.

Lower

rate

seedlings;

higher

rate

later

stages.

Spray

early

rosettes.

Spray

seedlings-

plants

become

more

resistant

with

age.

Spray

seedlings-

resistant

rater

stages.

Spray

seedling

flowering

stage.

Spray

2-41eaf

rosette

stage.

Apply

pre-flowering,

preferably

younilerstaQes.

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4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

APPLICATION

RATE

HECTARE

CROP

NSW,ACT

Zealand

Spinach

U-1.7L

Noogoora

Burr

800mL-1.1

Paterson's

Curse

,_,_

1.7L

1.4L

Pinkburr

1.8L

1.8L

!Pink

Aowered

Burr)

Potato

Weed

mL-1.1

900ml

Purpletop

3.4L

Radish

Ragwort

l.ll

Rapeseed

ml-1.7L

Rapistrum

Rough

Poppy

Safflower

560ml-1.1

Shepherds

Purse

U-1.7

1.4L

Siratro

(Purple

Bean)

Skeleton

Weed

1.4L

1.1-I.H

1.4l

Sorrel

1.4L

1.7L

1.4L

Speedwell-

leaf

l.IL

Spinyhead

Sida

l.BL

Starburr

Spiny

1.4l

Star

Bethlehem

(Cupid's

Flower!

Stinkwort

ml-1.4l

Storkbili/Erodium

1.4L

Sunflower

(seedlings)

1.4l

ml-1.4L

900mL

Thistle

-Annual

l.ll

-Californian

2.7L

-Saffron

l.ll

ml-1.7

1.4L

1.4L

950ml

I.IL

-Slender/Shore

ml-1.7

1.4L

-Soldier

1.4L

-Spear

560mL

1.4L

-Star

-Variegated

ml-1.7L

900ml

Thornapple

Tridax

(Tndax

Daisy(

Turnip

Weed/

ml-1.1

560ml

BOOmL

Rapistrum

Vetches[Tares

1.4L

I.IL

Wards

Weed

I.IL

Wild

Cabbage

1.4L

Wild

Poppy

560ml

Wild

Radish

1.4-1.7L

900ml

BOOmL

Wild

Turnip

225-560

560ml-l.l L

320ml

1.4l

PASTURE

NSW,ACT,

OLD,

ONLY

800mL-1.1L

1.7-2.2

BOOml-1.1

1.6-3.2L

3.2-3.8

1.1-1.7L

1-1.4

1.1-1.6

NSW,

I.I-1.6L

1.6-3.2l

only

I.I-1.7L

1.6-2.4L

ml-1.1

1.1-1.7

ml-1.1

ml-1.1

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Spray

seedlings

only.

Spray

rosettes

before

plants

have

!eaves.

Later

stages

harder

kill.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Spray

young

stage.

Spray

early

rosette

stage

(Tas

only).

Spray

young

rosettes.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Spray

rosettes

before

aerial

growth

commences.

Only

moderately

susceptible.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Spray

before

seedling,

advanced

stages

susceptible.

Only

young

plants

susceptible.

Spray

before

seeding,

advanced

stages

susceptible.

Spray

seedlings

young

rosettes.

Repeated

applications

necessary

INSW,

only(,

rate

only

sufficient

control

weeds

crops

rosette

stage

when

sprayed

early.

Suppression

only.

Spray

young

rosette.

Spray

young

rosettes.

higher

rate

flower

stalk

appears.

Spray

rosette

stage.

Spray

seedlings

only.

Spray

seedling

young

stages

only.

Spray

multiple

leaf

stage.

Spray

multiple

leaves.

Spray

rosettes.

Spray

young

rosette

stat:)e.

Spray

2-41eaf

rosetta

stage.

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ADAMA

4-D AMINE 625

HERBICIDE

ITEM: 12

Decision ID: DC12-50650121

PLANT

BACK

DAYS

ADAMA

2,4-D

AMINE

CROP

RATES

560mL

mUha

-1.1

Uha

Balansa

Clover

Barley%

Chickpeas#

Cotton

Faba

Beans

Field

Peas

Lentils

Linseed

Lucerne

Lupins

Medics

Narbon

Beans

Navybean

Oats

Perennial

Ryegrass

Persian

Clover

Phalaris

Canola

I

Rapeseed

#

Rice

Safflower#

Sorghum@

Soybean

Sub-Clover

Sunflower

Triticale%

Vetch

Wheat%

White

Clover

IMPORTANT:

1.1-

Uha

WHEN

APPLIED

SOILS

LEAST

(1/21NCH}

RAIN

MUST

FALL

PRIOR

COMMENCEMENT

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD.

NOTES:

Queensland,

rainfall

required

fall

prior

commencement

Plant

Back

Period

wheat,

barley

triticale.

#

Queensland,

planting

canola

I

rapeseed,

chickpeas

safflower

must

delayed

least

days

following

rainfall

least

Central

Queensland,

when

using

mljha

less

Adam

2,4-D

AMINE

625,

Plant

Back

Period

sorghum

sunflower

irrespective

rainfall.

Plant

Back

Period

lupins

rates

days.

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Product Name: ADAMA 2,4-D AMINE 625 HERBICIDE

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This version issued: March, 2017

SAFETY DATA SHEET

Issued by: Adama Australia

Pty Ltd

Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)

Section 1 - Identification of The Material and Supplier

Adama Australia Pty Ltd,

Suite 1, Level 4, Building B

207 Pacific Highway St Leonards, NSW 2065

ACN 050 328 973

Telephone (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

Emergency 1800 024 973 (24 hours)

Fax (02)9431 7700

Chemical nature:

Active ingredient is an aryloxyalkanoic acid present as soluble (amine) salts.

Trade Name:

ADAMA 2,4-D AMINE 625 HERBICIDE

Product Use:

Selective herbicide for use certain broadleaf weeds as directed on product label.

Creation Date:

May, 2002

This version issued:

March, 2017

and is valid for 5 years from this date.

Poisons Information Centre: Phone 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia

Section 2 - Hazards Identification

Statement of Hazardous Nature

This product is classified as:

Hazardous according to the criteria of SWA Australia.

Not a Dangerous Good according to Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code, IATA and IMDG/IMSBC criteria.

SUSMP Classification:

ADG Classification:

None allocated. Not a Dangerous Good.

UN Number:

None allocated

GHS Signal word: WARNING.

Acute Toxicity Oral Category 4

Acute Toxicity Dermal Category 4

Acute Toxicity Inhalation Category 4

HAZARD STATEMENT:

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H312: Harmful in contact with skin.

H332: Harmful if inhaled.

PREVENTION

P102: Keep out of reach of children.

P261: Avoid breathing fumes, mists, vapours or spray.

P262: Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing.

P264: Wash contacted areas thoroughly after handling.

P270: Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.

P271: Use only outdoors or in a well ventilated area.

P280: Wear protective gloves, protective clothing and eye or face protection.

RESPONSE

P312: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor if you feel unwell.

P337: If eye irritation persists: seek medical attention.

P363: Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

P301+P312: IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor if you feel unwell.

P301+P330+P331: IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting.

P302+P352: IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water.

P304+P340: IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.

P370+P378: Not combustible. Use extinguishing media suited to burning materials.

STORAGE

P410: Protect from sunlight.

P402+P404: Store in a dry place. Store in a closed container.

P403+P235: Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep cool.

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DISPOSAL

P501: Dispose of contents and containers as specified on the registered label.

Emergency Overview

Physical Description & colour

: Clear red-brown liquid.

Odour:

Ammoniacal odour.

Major Health Hazards:

The oral LD

of 2,4-D ranges from 375 to 666 mg/kg in the rat, 370 mg/kg in mice, and

from less than 320 to 1000 mg/kg in guinea pigs. The dermal LD

values are 1500 mg/kg in rats and 1400 mg/kg in

rabbits, respectively. In humans, prolonged breathing of 2,4-D causes coughing, burning, dizziness, and temporary

loss of muscle coordination. Other symptoms of poisoning can be fatigue and weakness with possible nausea. On

rare occasions following high levels of exposure, there can be inflammation of the nerve endings with muscular

effects.

Section 3 - Composition/Information on Ingredients

Ingredients

CAS No

Conc,%

TWA (mg/m

STEL (mg/m

2,4-D, Dimethylamine salt

2008-39-1

no data *

not set

not set

2,4-D Diethanolamine salt

5742-19-8

no data *

not set

not set

Water

7732-18-5

to 100

not set

not set

* Although concentrations of the individual salts are not available, 2,4-D is present at 625g/L

This is a commercial product whose exact ratio of components may vary slightly. Minor quantities of other non

hazardous ingredients are also possible.

The TWA exposure value is the average airborne concentration of a particular substance when calculated over a normal 8 hour working day for a 5

day working week. The STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) is an exposure value that should not be exceeded for more than 15 minutes and should

not be repeated for more than 4 times per day. There should be at least 60 minutes between successive exposures at the STEL. The term "peak "is

used when the TWA limit, because of the rapid action of the substance, should never be exceeded, even briefly.

Section 4 - First Aid Measures

General Information:

You should call The Poisons Information Centre if you feel that you may have been poisoned, burned or irritated by

this product. The number is 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia and is available at all times. Have this SDS with you

when you call.

Inhalation:

If inhalation occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor at once. Remove source of

contamination or move victim to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, oxygen may be beneficial if administered by trained

personnel, preferably on a doctor's advice. DO NOT allow victim to move about unnecessarily. Symptoms of

pulmonary oedema can be delayed up to 48 hours after exposure.

Skin Contact:

If skin contact occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor.

Eye Contact:

First aid is not generally required. If in doubt, contact a Poisons Information Centre or a doctor.

Ingestion:

If swallowed, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor.

Section 5 – Fire Fighting Measures

Fire and Explosion Hazards

: There is no risk of an explosion from this product under normal circumstances if it is

involved in a fire.

Fire decomposition products from this product may be toxic if inhaled. Take appropriate protective measures.

This product is likely to decompose only after heating to dryness, followed by further strong heating.

Extinguishing Media

: Preferred extinguishing media are carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam, water fog.

Fire Fighting

: When fighting fires involving significant quantities of this product, wear splash suit complete with self

contained breathing apparatus.

Flash point

:

Will not burn until water component is driven off.

Upper Flammability Limit:

No data.

Lower Flammability Limit:

No data.

Autoignition temperature:

No data.

Flammability Class:

No data.

Section 6 – Accidental Release Measures

Accidental release

: In the event of a major spill, prevent spillage from entering drains or water courses.

Immediately call the Fire Brigade. Wear full protective clothing including face mask, face shield and gauntlets. All skin

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areas should be covered. See above under Personal Protection regarding Australian Standards relating to personal

protective equipment. Suitable materials for protective clothing include rubber, PVC. Stop leak if safe to do so, and

contain spill. Absorb onto sand, vermiculite or other suitable absorbent material. If spill is too large or if absorbent

material is not available, try to create a dike to stop material spreading or going into drains or waterways. Sweep up

and shovel or collect recoverable product into labelled containers for recycling or salvage, and dispose of promptly.

After spills, wash area preventing runoff from entering drains. If a significant quantity of material enters drains, advise

emergency services. Full details regarding disposal of used containers, spillage and unused material may be found on

the label. If there is any conflict between this SDS and the label, instructions on the label prevail. Ensure legality of

disposal by consulting regulations prior to disposal. Thoroughly launder protective clothing before storage or re-use.

Advise laundry of nature of contamination when sending contaminated clothing to laundry.

Section 7 – Handling and Storage

Handling

: Keep exposure to this product to a minimum, and minimise the quantities kept in work areas. Check

Section 8 of this SDS for details of personal protective measures, and make sure that those measures are followed.

The measures detailed below under "Storage" should be followed during handling in order to minimise risks to

persons using the product in the workplace. Also, avoid contact or contamination of product with incompatible

materials listed in Section 10.

Storage

: This product is a Scheduled Poison. Observe all relevant regulations regarding sale, transport and storage

of this class of poison. Make sure that containers of this product are kept tightly closed. Make sure that the product

does not come into contact with substances listed under "Materials to avoid" in Section 10. Some liquid preparations

settle or separate on standing and may require stirring before use. Check packaging - there may be further storage

instructions on the label.

Section 8 Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

The following Australian Standards will provide general advice regarding safety clothing and equipment:

Respiratory equipment: AS/NZS 1715, Protective Gloves: AS 2161, Occupational Protective Clothing: AS/NZS 4501

set 2008, Industrial Eye Protection: AS1336 and AS/NZS 1337, Occupational Protective Footwear: AS/NZS2210.

SWA Exposure Limits

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Exposure limits have not been established by SWA for any of the significant ingredients in this product.

The ADI for 2,4-D is set at 0.01mg/kg/day. The corresponding NOEL is set at 1mg/kg/day. ADI means Acceptable

Daily Intake and NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. Values taken from Australian ADI List, June 2013.

Ventilation:

This product should only be used in a well ventilated area. If natural ventilation is inadequate, use of a

fan is suggested.

Eye Protection:

Eye protection is not normally necessary when this product is being used. However, if in doubt,

wear suitable protective glasses or goggles.

Skin Protection:

Prevent skin contact by wearing impervious gloves, clothes and, preferably, apron. Make sure that

all skin areas are covered. See below for suitable material types.

Protective Material Types:

We suggest that protective clothing be made from the following materials: rubber,

PVC.

Respirator:

If there is a significant chance that vapours or mists are likely to build up in the area where this product

is being used, we recommend that you use a respirator. It should be fitted with a type G cartridge, suitable for

agricultural chemicals.

Safety deluge showers should be provided near to where this product is being used.

Section 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties:

Physical Description & colour

Clear red-brown liquid.

Odour:

Ammoniacal odour.

Boiling Point:

Approximately 100°C at 100kPa.

Freezing/Melting Point:

Below 0°C.

Volatiles:

Water component.

Vapour Pressure:

2.37 kPa at 20°C (water vapour pressure).

Vapour Density:

No data

Specific Gravity:

1.25 approx

Water Solubility:

Completely soluble in water.

pH:

No data.

Volatility:

No data.

Odour Threshold:

No data.

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Evaporation Rate:

No data.

Coeff Oil/water distribution

No data.

Autoignition temp:

No data.

Section 10 – Stability and Reactivity

Reactivity:

This product is unlikely to react or decompose under normal storage conditions. However, if you have

any doubts, contact the supplier for advice on shelf life properties.

Conditions to Avoid:

This product should be kept in a cool place, preferably below 30°C.

Incompatibilities:

No particular incompatibilities.

Fire Decomposition:

Carbon dioxide, and if combustion is incomplete, carbon monoxide and smoke. Nitrogen and

its compounds, and under some circumstances, oxides of nitrogen. Occasionally hydrogen cyanide gas. Hydrogen

chloride gas, other compounds of chlorine. Water. Carbon monoxide poisoning produces headache, weakness,

nausea, dizziness, confusion, dimness of vision, disturbance of judgment, and unconsciousness followed by coma

and death. Hydrogen cyanide poisoning signs and symptoms are weakness, dizziness, headache, nausea, vomiting,

coma, convulsions, and death. Death results from respiratory arrest. Hydrogen cyanide gas acts very rapidly;

symptoms and death can both occur quickly.

Polymerisation:

This product is unlikely to undergo polymerisation processes.

Section 11 – Toxicological Information

See section 11 for Chronic exposure studies.

Inhalation

Short term exposure:

Available data shows that this product is harmful. See symptoms above.

Skin Contact:

Short term exposure:

Available data shows that this product is harmful. See symptoms above.

Eye Contact:

Short term exposure

: Available data shows that this product is not harmful.

Ingestion:

Short term exposure

: Available data shows that this product is harmful. See symptoms above.

Carcinogen Status:

SWA:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by SWA.

NTP:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NTP.

IARC:

Diethanolamine is classed 2b IARC - possibly carcinogenic to humans.

See the IARC website for further details. A web address has not been provided as addresses frequently change.

Toxicity:

Acute toxicity: The acid form is of slight to moderate toxicity. The oral LD

of 2,4-D ranges from 375 to 666

mg/kg in the rat, 370 mg/kg in mice, and from less than 320 to 1000 mg/kg in guinea pigs. The dermal LD

values are

1500 mg/kg in rats and 1400 mg/kg in rabbits, respectively. In humans, prolonged breathing of 2,4-D causes

coughing, burning, dizziness, and temporary loss of muscle coordination. Other symptoms of poisoning can be fatigue

and weakness with possible nausea. On rare occasions following high levels of exposure, there can be inflammation

of the nerve endings with muscular effects.

Chronic toxicity: Rats given high amounts, 50 mg/kg/day, of 2,4-D in the diet for 2 years showed no adverse effects.

Dogs fed lower amounts in their food for 2 years died, probably because dogs do not excrete organic acids efficiently.

A human given a total of 16.3 g in 32 days therapeutically, lapsed into a stupor and showed signs of incoordination,

weak reflexes, and loss of bladder control.

Reproductive effects: High levels of 2,4-D (about 50 mg/kg/day) administered orally to pregnant rats did not cause

any adverse effects on birth weights or litter size. Higher doses (188 mg/kg/day) resulted in fetuses with abdominal

cavity bleeding and increased mortality. DNA synthesis in the testes was significantly inhibited when mice were fed

large amounts (200 mg/kg/day) of 2,4-D. The evidence suggests that if 2,4-D causes reproductive effects in animals,

this only occurs at very high doses. Thus reproductive problems associated with 2,4-D are unlikely in humans under

normal circumstances.

Teratogenic effects: 2,4-D may cause birth defects at high doses. Rats fed 150 mg/kg/day on days 6 to 15 of

pregnancy had offspring with increased skeletal abnormalities, such as delayed bone development and wavy ribs.

This suggests that 2,4-D exposure is unlikely to be teratogenic in humans at expected exposure levels.

Mutagenic effects: 2,4-D has been very extensively tested and was found to be nonmutagenic in most systems. 2,4-D

did not damage DNA in human lung cells. However, in one study, significant effects occurred in chromosomes in

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cultured human cells at low exposure levels. The data suggest that 2,4-D is not mutagenic or has low mutagenic

potential.

Carcinogenic effects: 2,4-D fed to rats for 2 years caused an increase in malignant tumors. Female mice given a

single injection of 2,4-D developed cancer (reticulum-cell sarcomas). Another study in rodents shows a low incidence

of brain tumors at moderate exposure levels (45 mg/kg/day) over a lifetime. However, a number of questions have

been raised about the validity of this evidence and thus about the carcinogenic potential of 2,4-D. In humans, a variety

of studies give conflicting results. Several studies suggest an association of 2,4-D exposure with cancer. An increased

occurrence of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma was found among a Kansas and Nebraska farm population associated with

the spraying of 2,4-D. Other studies done in New Zealand, Washington, New York, Australia, and on Vietnam

veterans from the U.S. were all negative. There remains considerable controversy about the methods used in the

various studies and their results. Thus, the carcinogenic status of 2,4-D is not clear.

Organ toxicity: Most symptoms of 2,4-D exposure disappear within a few days, but there is a report of liver

dysfunction from long-term exposure.

Fate in humans and animals: The absorption of 2,4-D is almost complete in mammals after ingestion and nearly all of

the dose is excreted in the urine. The compound is readily absorbed through the skin and lungs. Men given 5 mg/kg

excreted about 82% of the dose as unchanged 2,4-D. The half-life is between 10 and 20 hours in living organisms.

There is no evidence that 2,4-D accumulates to significant level in mammals or in other organisms. Between 6 and 8

hours after doses of 1 mg/kg, peak concentrations of 2,4-D were found in the blood, liver, kidney, lungs, and spleen of

rats. There were lower levels in muscle and brain. After 24 hours, there were no detectable tissue residues. Only

traces of the compound have been found in the milk of lactating animals for 6 days following exposure. 2,4-D passes

through the placenta in pigs and rats. In rats, about 20% was detected in the uterus, placenta, fetus, and amniotic

fluid. Chickens given moderate amounts of 2,4-D in drinking water from birth to maturity had very low levels of the

compound in eggs.

Section 12 – Ecological Information

This product is biodegradable. It will not accumulate in the soil or water or cause long term problems.

Effects on birds: 2,4-D is slightly toxic to wildfowl and slightly to moderately toxic to birds. The LD

is 1000 mg/kg in

mallards, 272 mg/kg in pheasants, and 668 mg/kg in quail and pigeons.

Effects on aquatic organisms: Some formulations of 2,4-D are highly toxic to fish while others are less so. For

example, the LC

ranges between 1.0 and 100 mg/L in cutthroat trout, depending on the formulation used. Channel

catfish had less than 10% mortality when exposed to 10 mg/L for 48 hours. Green sunfish, when exposed to 110 mg/L

for 41 hours, showed no effect on swimming response. Limited studies indicate a half-life of less than 2 days in fish

and oysters. Concentrations of 10 mg/L for 85 days did not adversely affect the survival of adult dungeness crabs. For

immature crabs, the 96-hour LC

is greater than 10 mg/L, indicating that 2,4-D is only slightly toxic. Brown shrimp

showed a small increase in mortality at exposures of 2 mg/L for 48 hours.

Effects on other organisms: Moderate doses of 2,4-D severely impaired honeybees brood production. At lower

levels of exposure, exposed bees lived significantly longer than the controls. The honeybee LD

is 0.0115 mg/bee.

Environmental Fate:

Breakdown in soil and groundwater: 2,4-D has low soil persistence. The half-life in soil is less than 7 days. Soil

microbes are primarily responsible for its disappearance. Despite its short half-life in soil and in aquatic environments,

the compound has been detected in groundwater supplies in at least five States and in Canada. Very low

concentrations have also been detected in surface waters throughout the U.S..

Breakdown in water: In aquatic environments, microorganisms readily degrade 2,4-D. Rates of breakdown increase

with increased nutrients, sediment load, and dissolved organic carbon. Under oxygenated conditions the half-life is 1

week to several weeks.

Breakdown in vegetation: 2,4-D interferes with normal plant growth processes. Uptake of the compound is through

leaves, stems, and roots. Breakdown in plants is by a variety of biological and chemical pathways. 2,4-D is toxic to

most broad leaf crops, especially cotton, tomatoes, beets, and fruit trees.

Section 13 – Disposal Considerations

Disposal:

I Special help is available for the disposal of Agricultural Chemicals. The product label will give general

advice regarding disposal of small quantities, and how to cleanse containers. However, for help with the collection of

unwanted rural chemicals, contact ChemClear 1800 008 182 http://www.chemclear.com.au/ and for help with the

disposal of empty drums, contact DrumMuster http://www.drummuster.com.au/ where you will find contact details for

your area.

Section 14 – Transport Information

UN Number:

This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good by ADG, IATA or IMDG/IMSBC criteria. No special

transport conditions are necessary unless required by other regulations.

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Section 15 – Regulatory Information

AICS:

All of the significant ingredients in this product are compliant with NICNAS regulations.

Section 16 - Other Information

This SDS contains only safety-related information. For other data see product literature.

Acronyms:

ADG Code

Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail, 7th Edition

AICS

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

CAS number

Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number

Hazchem Code

Emergency action code of numbers and letters that provide information to emergency

services especially firefighters

IARC

International Agency for Research on Cancer

SWA

Safe Work Australia, formerly ASCC and NOHSC

NOS

Not otherwise specified

NTP

National Toxicology Program (USA)

R-Phrase

Risk Phrase

SUSMP

Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines & Poisons

UN Number

United Nations Number

Contact Points:

Call Adama on (02)9431 7800 and ask for the technical manager.

Fax: (02)9431 7700

Police and Fire Brigade:

Dial 000

Emergency contact:

1800 024 973 (24 hours)

If ineffective:

Dial Poisons Information Centre

(

13 1126 from anywhere in Australia)

THIS SDS SUMMARISES OUR BEST KNOWLEDGE OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY HAZARD INFORMATION OF THE PRODUCT AND HOW

TO SAFELY HANDLE AND USE THE PRODUCT IN THE WORKPLACE. EACH USER MUST REVIEW THIS SDS IN THE CONTEXT OF HOW

THE PRODUCT WILL BE HANDLED AND USED IN THE WORKPLACE.

IF CLARIFICATION OR FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED TO ENSURE THAT AN APPROPRIATE RISK ASSESSMENT CAN BE MADE,

THE USER SHOULD CONTACT THIS COMPANY SO WE CAN ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM OUR SUPPLIERS

OUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRODUCTS SOLD IS SUBJECT TO OUR STANDARD TERMS AND CONDITIONS, A COPY OF WHICH IS SENT

TO OUR CUSTOMERS AND IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.

Please read all labels carefully before using product.

This SDS is prepared in accord with the SWA document “Preparation of Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous

Chemicals - Code of Practice” (December 2011)

Copyright © Kilford & Kilford Pty Ltd, March, 2017.

http://www.kilford.com.au/

Phone (02)9251 4532

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