BARRACK 720 FUNGICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
CHLOROTHALONIL
Available from:
NUFARM AUSTRALIA LIMITED
INN (International Name):
chlorothalonil(720g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE
Composition:
CHLOROTHALONIL BENZENE Active 720.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L HDPE; 10L; 110L; 200L; 20L; 5-20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
ALMOND | APRICOT | BANANA - SEE LABEL | BOWLING GREEN | BROAD BEAN | BROCCOLI | BRUSSELS SPROUTS | CABBAGE | CAPSICUM OR PEPPER
Therapeutic area:
FUNGICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ALTERNARIA LEAF BLIGHT OR SPOT BLIGHT | ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA | ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM | ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT | ANTHRACNOSE ON VINES/RUBUS SPP. | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA LENTIS | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA RABIEI | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT OR BLACK STEM ON PEA | ASCOCHYTA LEAF SPOT - ASCOCHYTA RHEI | BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA | BOTRYTIS | BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA | BROWN PATCH | BUNCH ROT | CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT | CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN | DOLLAR SPOT | DOWNY MILDEW | DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC) | DOWNY MILDEW ON PEA | EARLY BLIGHT (TARGET SPOT) | EARLY BLIGHT ON CELERY | EARLY LEAF SPOT ON PEANUT | FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT | FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT | GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI | GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA | GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE | LATE BLIGHT OR IRISH BLIGHT | LATE LEAF SPOT ON PEANUT | LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA DAUCI | LEAF CURL | LEAF MOULD OF TOMATO | LEAF SPECKLE ON BANANA | LEAF SPOT | LEAF SPOT OR YELL
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; APRICOT: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; BANANA - SEE LABEL: [LEAF SPECKLE ON BANANA, LEAF SPOT OR YELLOW SIGATOKA ON BANANA]; BOWLING GREEN: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; BROAD BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; BROCCOLI: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; BRUSSELS SPROUTS: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CABBAGE: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; CARROT: [LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA DAUCI]; CAULIFLOWER: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CELERY: [EARLY BLIGHT ON CELERY, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; CHERRY: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, SHOTHOLE, STEM END ROTS, STONE FRUIT RUST]; CHICKPEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA RABIEI]; CUCUMBER: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ENDIVE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; GLOBE ARTICHOKE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; GOLF GREEN TURF: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; GRAPE: [ANTHRACNOSE ON VINES/RUBUS SPP., BUNCH ROT, DOWNY MILDEW]; HONEY-DEW MELON: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; LAWN: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; LEEK: [PURPLE BLOTCH]; LENTIL: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA LENTIS, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; MUSKMELON: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; NECTARINE: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, SHOTHOLE]; OKRA: [LEAF SPOT]; ONION - EXCLUDING SPRING ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC)]; ORNAMENTAL - FLOWER OR SHRUB: [ALTERNARIA LEAF BLIGHT OR SPOT BLIGHT, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA SPP.]; PEA - SEE LABEL FOR VARIETY: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT OR BLACK STEM ON PEA, DOWNY MILDEW ON PEA]; PEACH: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; PEANUT: [EARLY LEAF SPOT ON PEANUT, LATE LEAF SPOT ON PEANUT, NET BLOTCH, PEPPERY LEAF SPOT, RUST ON PEANUT]; PLUM: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; POTATO: [EARLY BLIGHT (TARGET SPOT), LATE BLIGHT OR IRISH BLIGHT]; PUMPKIN: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; RADISH: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; RHUBARB: [ASCOCHYTA LEAF SPOT - ASCOCHYTA RHEI]; ROCKMELON OR CANTALOUP: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; SHALLOT: [PURPLE BLOTCH]; SQUASH: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; SWEET CORN: [TURCICUM LEAF BLIGHT]; TOBACCO: [TOBACCO LEAF SPOT]; TOMATO: [EARLY BLIGHT (TARGET SPOT), GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA, LEAF MOULD OF TOMATO]; TURF: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; WATERCRESS OR NASTURTIUM: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT]; WATERMELON: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ZUCCHINI: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: HARVEST Artichoke, bananas, capsicum, c elery, cucurbits, endive, leek, okra, pe ppers, plums, radish, shallot, sweet co rn, tomatoes, watercress: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION. Apricots , broad beans, broccoli, brussels sprout s, cabbages, carrots, cauliflowers, cher ries, nectarines, peas, peaches, rhubar b, table grapes: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DA YS AFTER APPLICATION. Chickpeas, faba beans, field peas, lentils, onions, wine grapes: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 14 DAYS AFT ER APPLICATION. Almonds, potatoes, pean uts: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED. GRAZING DO NOT GRAZE OR FEED TREATED FORAGE OR FODDER TO LIVESTOCK WHICH MAY BE USED TO PRODUCE MILK FOR HUMAN CONSU MPTION. Chickpeas, faba beans, lentils, field peas: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR ST OCKFOOD FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION. Peas and broad beans: DO NOT GRAZE LIVES TOCK ON TREATED CROPS. Peanuts: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD FOR 21 DAYS A FTER APPLICATION. Turf: DO NOT GRAZE O R CUT FOR STOCKFOOD. LIVESTOCK DESTINED FOR EXPORT MARKETS The grazing withhol ding period only applies to stock slaugh tered for the domestic market. Some exp ort markets apply different standards. T o meet these standards, ensure that in addition to complying with the grazing w ithholding period, the Export Slaughter Interval is observed before stock are s old or slaughtered. EXPORT SLAUGHTER IN TERVAL (ESI) – 63 DAYS LIVESTOCK THAT H AVE BEEN GRAZED ON, OR FED TREATED FORAG E, FODDER OR STUBBLE SHOULD BE PLACED O N CLEAN FEED FOR 63 DAYS (9 WEEKS) PRIO R TO EXPORT SLAUGHTER; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; APRICOT: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, SHOTHOLE, STONE FRUIT RUST]; BANANA - SEE LABEL: [LEAF SPECKLE ON BANANA, LEAF SPOT OR YELLOW SIGATOKA ON BANANA]; BOWLING GREEN: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; BROAD BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; BROCCOLI: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; BRUSSELS SPROUTS: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CABBAGE: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; CARROT: [LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA DAUCI]; CAULIFLOWER: [RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CELERY: [EARLY BLIGHT ON CELERY, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; CHERRY: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, SHOTHOLE, STEM END ROTS, STONE FRUIT RUST]; CHICKPEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA RABIEI]; CUCUMBER: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ENDIVE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; GLOBE ARTICHOKE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; GOLF GREEN TURF: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; GRAPE: [ANTHRACNOSE ON VINES/RUBUS SPP., BUNCH ROT, DOWNY MILDEW]; HONEY-DEW MELON: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; LAWN: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; LEEK: [PURPLE BLOTCH]; LENTIL: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT - ASCOCHYTA LENTIS, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; MUSKMELON: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. CUCUMERINA, ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, DOWNY MILDEW, FRUIT OR BELLY RHIZOCTONIA ROT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; NECTARINE: [BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN FRUIT ROT - MONILINIA FRUCTICOLA, SHOTHOLE]; OKRA: [LEAF SPOT]; ONION - EXCLUDING SPRING ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC)]; ORNAMENTAL - FLOWER OR SHRUB: [ALTERNARIA LEAF BLIGHT OR SPOT BLIGHT, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORI
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
53884
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

Product Name:

APVMA approval No.:

BARRACK 720 FUNGICIDE

53884/120260

Label Name:

BARRACK 720 FUNGICIDE

Signal Headings:

POISON

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Constituent

Statements:

720 g/L CHLOROTHALONIL

Mode of Action:

GROUP

FUNGICIDE

Statement of Claims:

Controls fungus diseases on almonds, bananas, cucurbits, grapes, ornamentals, peanuts,

pulses, stone fruits, tobacco and vegetables as specified in the Directions for Use table.

Net Contents:

5 - 1000 Litres

Restraints:

DO NOT mix spraying oils or wetting agents with Barrack 720.

For all stone fruit except Cherries, the following additional restraints apply:

DO NOT use oils after bud-swell and during the season if Barrack 720 is to be used after

shuck fall.

DO NOT tank mix Barrack 720 with EC formulations when spraying after shuck fall.

DO NOT exceed 3.2 L of Barrack 720 per hectare of crop.

Directions for Use:

This section contains file attachment.

Other Limitations:

Withholding Periods:

HARVEST

RLP

APPROVED

Artichoke, bananas, capsicum, celery, cucurbits, endive, leek, okra, peppers, plums,

radish, shallot, sweet corn, tomatoes, watercress: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER

APPLICATION.

Apricots, broad beans, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbages, carrots, cauliflowers, cherries,

nectarines, peas, peaches, rhubarb, table grapes: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS

AFTER APPLICATION.

Chickpeas, faba beans, field peas, lentils, onions, wine grapes: DO NOT HARVEST FOR

14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

Almonds, potatoes, peanuts: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

GRAZING

DO NOT GRAZE OR FEED TREATED FORAGE OR FODDER TO LIVESTOCK WHICH

MAY BE USED TO PRODUCE MILK FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION.

Chickpeas, faba beans, lentils, field peas: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT

FOR STOCKFOOD FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

Peas and broad beans: DO NOT GRAZE LIVESTOCK ON TREATED CROPS.

Peanuts: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD FOR 21 DAYS AFTER

APPLICATION.

Turf: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD.

Trade Advice:

LIVESTOCK DESTINED FOR EXPORT MARKETS

The grazing withholding period only applies to stock slaughtered for the domestic market.

Some export markets apply different standards. To meet these standards, ensure that in

addition to complying with the grazing withholding period, the Export Slaughter Interval is

observed before stock are sold or slaughtered.

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI) – 63 DAYS

LIVESTOCK THAT HAVE BEEN GRAZED ON, OR FED TREATED FORAGE, FODDER

OR STUBBLE SHOULD BE PLACED ON CLEAN FEED FOR 63 DAYS (9 WEEKS)

PRIOR TO EXPORT SLAUGHTER

General Instructions:

Note: Barrack 720 is a protectant fungicide only. Therefore to achieve best results, Barrack

720 must be applied before diseases occur/become established. Use disease warning

services or past history to determine timing of first spray. If diseases are already present

then an eradicant product should be used first and mixed with Barrack 720.

MIXING

Slowly invert container several times to ensure uniform mixture.

Mix the required quantity of product with water in the spray tank with the agitator operating.

Apply in high volume, low volume or through mister or aircraft spray equipment. Thorough

uniform coverage is essential for effective disease control and protection.

APPLICATION: SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR TREE CROPS/VINES

Apply by dilute or concentrate spraying equipment. Apply the same total amount of product

to the target crop whether applying this product by dilute or concentrate spraying methods.

DO NOT use at rates greater than 5 times the dilute spraying rate

Dilute Spraying

♦ Use a sprayer designed to apply high spray volumes, up to the point of run-off and

matched to the crop being sprayed.

♦ Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy.

Apply sufficient spray solution to cover the crop to the point of run-off. Avoid excessive run-

off.

♦ The required spray volume to achieve point of run off may be determined by applying

different test volumes, using different settings on the sprayer, or from industry guidelines or

other expert advice.

♦ Add the amount of product specified in the Directions for Use table for each 100L of

water. Spray to the point of run-off.

♦ The required dilute spray volume to achieve point of run off will change and the sprayer

set up and operation may also need to be changed, as the crop grows.

Concentrate Spraying

♦ Use a sprayer designed and set up for concentrate spraying (that is a sprayer which

applies spray volumes less than those required to reach the point of run-off) and matched

to the crop being sprayed.

♦ Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy

using your chosen spray volume.

♦ Determine an appropriate dilute spray volume (See Dilute Spraying above) for the crop

canopy. This is needed to calculate the concentrate mixing rate.

♦ The mixing rate for concentrate spraying can then be calculated in the following way:

EXAMPLE ONLY

1. Dilute spray volume as determined above: For example 1500 L/ha

2. Your chosen concentrate spray volume: For example 500 L/ha

3. The concentration factor in this example is: 3 X (i.e. 1500 L ÷ 500 L = 3)

4. If the dilute label rate is 100 mL/100L, then the concentrate rate becomes 3 x 100, that is

300 mL of product per 100L water for concentrate spraying.

♦ The chosen spray volume, amount of product per 100L of water, and the sprayer set up

and operation may need to be changed as the crop grows.

♦ For further information on concentrate spraying, users are advised to consult relevant

industry guidelines, undertake appropriate competency training and follow industry Best

Practices.

Suggested Spray Volume per Hectare

High volume: 500 litres or more. Mister: 75 to 255 litres.

Low volume: 100 litres or more. Aerial-application: 20 litres or more.

COMPATIBILITY

This product is compatible with wettable powder formulations of the most commonly used

fungicides, insecticides and miticides. Do not combine with oil-based emulsifiable or

flowable pesticides, unless prior experience has shown the combination to be physically

compatible and non-injurious to your crop. This product should not be mixed with spraying

oils or sprayed onto crops that have been sprayed with oil for at least 10 days after the

oil spray. Oils should not be sprayed on crops treated with this product for at least 10

days after the last spray. Wetting agents have not improved performance. Under some

conditions, certain surfactants may cause plant injury.

Resistance Warning:

GROUP M5 FUNGICIDE

For fungicide resistance management Barrack 720 Fungicide is a Group M5 fungicide.

Some naturally occurring individual fungi resistant to Barrack 720 Fungicide and other

Group M5 fungicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any fungal population.

The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the fungal population if these fungicides

are used repeatedly. The resistant fungi will not be controlled by Barrack 720 Fungicide or

other Group M5 fungicides, thus resulting in a reduction in efficacy and possible yield loss.

Since the occurrence of resistant fungi is difficult to detect prior to use, Nufarm Australia

Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Barrack 720

Fungicide to control resistant fungi.

Precautions:

Protections:

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

DO NOT contaminate feed or foodstuffs with this product or empty containers.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish. DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or

used container.

Storage and

Disposal:

Non-refillable containers

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

prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Triple-rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to

spray tank. DO 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 deliver empty packaging to an approved waste management facility.

If an approved waste management facility is not available, bury the empty packaging 500

mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose, clear

of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots, in compliance with relevant local, state

or territory government regulations. DO NOT burn empty containers or product.

Refillable containers

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

prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Empty contents fully into application equipment. Close

all valves and return to point of supply for refill or storage

Safety Directions:

Attacks eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist.

Repeated exposure may cause allergic disorders. Sensitive workers should use protective

clothing. When preparing spray and using the prepared spray wear cotton overalls

buttoned to the neck and wrist and a washable hat, elbow-length PVC gloves, goggles and

disposable mist face mask covering mouth and nose. If clothing becomes contaminated

with product or wet with spray remove clothing immediately. If product on skin, immediately

wash area with soap and water. If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with water. After

use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with

soap and water. After each day’s use, wash gloves, goggles and contaminated clothing.

First Aid Instructions:

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

Phone Australia 13 11 26. If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting.

First Aid Warnings:

1.

TREE AND VINE CROPS

In the following table, all rates are given for dilute spraying. For concentrate spraying, refer to the Mixing/Application section.

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Almonds

Shot-hole

(Stigmina

carpophila), Stone

fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor)

SA, Vic.,

NSW,

ACT, WA

& Tas.

only

160 mL/100L

Apply at bud-swell, bud-burst, pink bud, shuck fall, cap fall.

Apply every 10-14 days. Apply 1 week pre-harvest.

Apricots

Brown rot - Fruit

(Monilinia

fructicola),

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

7 days

Apply at bud-swell, bud

burst, pink bud, full bloom.

Spray applications later

than 35 days prior to

harvest may result in

unacceptable fruit skin

damage. See also

Additional Restraints for

stone fruits.

Stone fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor), Shot-

hole (Stigmina

carpophila)

Freckle (Venturia

carpophila)

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, pink bud, shuck fall,

cap fall, then every 10-14

days.

Cherries

Brown rot - Fruit

(Monilinia

fructicola),

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

All States

7 days

Apply at bud-swell, bud-burst, pink bud, early blossom, full

bloom.

Apply 3 weeks pre-harvest and 1 week pre-harvest.

Shot-hole

(Stigmina

carpophila), Stone

fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor)

Apply at bud-swell, bud-burst, pink bud, shuck fall, cap fall,

then apply every 10-14 days. Apply 1 week pre-harvest.

Transit rot

(Rhizopus

stolonifer)

Apply 1 week pre-harvest.

Grapes

Note: russeting of

some table grape

varieties may occur.

Downy mildew

(Plasmopara

viticola), Bunch

rot (Botrytis

cinerea)

All States

160 - 210

mL/100L

Dessert 7

days

Wine 14

days

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease.

Apply at 7-14 day intervals particularly during wet weather

and periods of rapid growth. For Bunch Rot, applications at

early full bloom, two weeks later, at veraison and two

weeks prior to harvest.

Table Grapes - Russeting of some varieties may occur.

Use only up to cap fall in these varieties.

Black spot

(Anthracnose)

(Elsinoe

ampelina)

210 mL/100L

If Black Spot has occurred in the vineyard in any of the last

three years, apply at budburst and 14 days later when

shoots are 10-15cm long.

If wet/humid conditions persist spray again when shoots

are 20-30cm long to protect new growth. Some initial

minimal leaf damage on the new shoots of sensitive

varieties can occur if spray treatments are applied at

budburst and in the first 14 days after budburst. In

vineyards with no history of Black Spot, make the first

application as soon as conditions favour the development

of the disease on the foliage and then at 7-14 day intervals

if wet/humid conditions persist. Applications up to cap-fall

will not cause russeting in Table grape and dried fruit

varieties.

Nectarines

Shot-hole

(Stigmina

carpophila)

All States

except

160 mL/100L

7 days

Apply at bud-swell, pink bud,

shuck fall and then repeat

each 14 days if weather

conditions favour disease.

Spray applications later

than 35 days prior to

harvest may result in

unacceptable fruit skin

damage. See also

Additional Restraints for

stone fruits.

Brown rot - Fruit

(Monilinia

fructicola),

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, pink bud, early

blossom and full bloom.

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

Peaches

Brown rot - Fruit

(Monilinia

fructicola),

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

All States

Apply at bud-swell, pink bud,

early blossom and full

bloom.

Shot-hole

(Stigmina

carpophila), Stone

fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor)

Apply at bud-swell and

continue at 7-14 day

intervals.

Leaf curl

(Taphrina

deformans)

Apply at bud-swell and

continue at 7-14 days

intervals. In Qld spray only

at bud-swell.

Plums

Brown rot - Fruit

(Monilina

fructicola),

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

All States

160 mL/100L

1 day

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, early blossom, pink

bud and full bloom.

Spray applications later

than 35 days prior to

harvest may result in

unacceptable fruit skin

damage. See also

Additional Restraints for

stone fruits.

Stone fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor), Shot-

hole (Stigmina

carpophila)

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, pink bud, shuck fall

and cap fall.

2.

PULSES

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Faba Beans

Chocolate spot

(Botrytis fabae),

Rust (Uromyces

viciae-fabae)

All States

1.4 - 2.3 L/ha

14 days

Harvest

Grazing

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-14 day intervals.

Use the higher rate if the crop is dense and disease

pressure is high.

Chickpeas

Ascochyta blight

(Ascochyta

rabeie)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic, SA,

WA and

Tas only

1 - 2 L/ha

14 days

Harvest

Grazing

Preplant treatment of chickpea or lentil seed with P-

Pickel T® will control seed transmission of Ascochyta

and Botrytis. It is therefore advised as part of an

overall program to manage these diseases in

chickpeas and lentils. Foliar applications of Barrack

720 as indicated below will provide ongoing control of

these diseases in these crops.

Apply in a minimum total water volume of 100L/ha for

ground application and 30L/ha for aerial application.

Use the lower application rate in the following

circumstances:

At the early stage of crop growth when there is less

vegetation to cover and band spraying is possible.

In low disease pressure situations, where there is no

history of Ascochyta infection in the paddock or

adjacent paddocks and/or seasonal conditions are

dry.

3.

Where a strict 2 week spray interval is practiced in

higher disease pressure situations.

Use the higher application rate in the following

circumstances:

In high disease pressure situations, where there

is an existing infection or infected stubble is present in the

paddock or adjacent paddocks and regular rainfall events

are occurring.

On highly susceptible varieties, especially

where the application interval has extended beyond 2

weeks.

Lentils

Ascochyta blight

(Ascochyta

lentis), Grey

mould (Botrytis

cinerea, Botrytis

fabae)

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Commence application at 3 to 5 weeks after

emergence in chickpeas and 8 to 10 weeks after

emergence in lentils and make following applications

at 2 to 4 week intervals depending on disease

presence or prior to rainfall events.

Use the shorter spray interval when:

In high disease pressure situations (infection

present and regular rainfall events) or

Highly susceptible varieties are being grown.

The longer spray interval may be used when:

No rain has occurred since the last application

Where the higher application rate has been

used in the previous application and where the variety has

low to moderate susceptibility to Ascochyta or Grey Mould

infection.

If applying prior to rainfall events:

Reapply if 2 or more weeks have elapsed since

the last application.

Apply Barrack 720 at 1 L/ha if less than 4 weeks

have elapsed since the last application and the variety

being grown has low to moderate susceptibility to

Ascochyta Blight or Grey Mould or there is no infection in

the crop.

Apply Barrack 720 at 2 L/ha if 4 or more weeks

have elapsed since the last application and a highly

susceptible variety is being grown or infection is present in

the crop.

If Grey Mould is the predominant disease in lentils and

infection pressure is high on a susceptible variety,

tank mix or alternate Barrack 720 with a Botrytis

specific fungicide such as carbendazim, at critical

times such as mid flowering to mid pod fill.

Peanuts

Early leaf spot

(Cercospora

arachidicola),

Late leaf spot

(Cercosporidium

personatum),

Peppery leaf spot

(Leptosphaerulina

trifolii), Peanut

rust (Puccinia

arachidis), Net

blotch

(Didymosphaeria

arachidicola)

Qld,

NSW,

WA & NT

only

1.1 - 1.8 L/ha

Harvest –

required;

Grazing -

21 days

Use higher rate for peanut rust. South Burnett, NSW and

WA: commence application as soon as conditions favour

the development of the disease and repeat as necessary to

maintain control. Atherton Tableland: commence

application six weeks after planting - repeat every two

weeks.

Field Peas

Downy mildew

(Peronospora

viciae)

Qld, WA,

NT &

Tas. only

1.1 - 1.8 L/ha

14 days

Harvest

Grazing

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-14 day intervals.

Use the higher rate if the crop is dense and disease

pressure is high.

Ascochyta Rot

Disease Complex

(Ascochyta pisi,

Mycosphaerella

pinodes and

Phoma pinodella)

Apply in a protective program commencing at 5 to 6 weeks

after sowing in crops with moderate to high risk of infection.

Apply two to four applications at 10 to 14 day intervals to

provide ongoing suppression of the disease. Use the

higher rate if the crop is dense and disease pressure is

high.

3.

VEGETABLE LEGUMES

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Broad Beans

Chocolate spot

(Botrytis fabae),

Rust (Uromyces

viciae-fabae)

All States

1.4 - 2.3 L/ha

7 days

Harvest

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-14 day intervals.

Use the higher rate if the crop is dense and disease

pressure is high.

Peas

Downy mildew

(Peronospora

viciae)

Qld, WA,

NT &

Tas. only

1.1 - 1.8 L/ha

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-14 day intervals.

Use the higher rate if the crop is dense and disease

pressure is high.

Ascochyta Rot

Disease Complex

(Ascochyta pisi,

Mycosphaerella

pinodes and

Phoma pinodella)

Qld, WA,

NT &

Tas. only

1.1 - 1.8 L/ha

Apply in a protective program commencing at 5 to 6 weeks

after sowing in crops with moderate to high risk of infection.

Apply two to four applications at 10 to 14 day intervals to

provide ongoing suppression of the disease. Use the

higher rate if the crop is dense and disease pressure is

high.

4.

VEGETABLES & FRUIT

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Artichokes - Globe

Grey mould

(Botrytis cinerea)

All States

1.8 - 2.3 L/ha

1 day

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as required. Use the higher rate

if disease pressure is high.

Bananas

Do not apply to

bananas within 14

days of applying an

oil based spray or

crop damage will

occur.

Leaf spot

(Mycosphaerella

musicola)

Qld,

NSW,

WA & NT

only

1.8 L/ha

For North Qld - Spray every 14 days late January to end

of March. Extend to 21 days after March and then 28-35

days in the drier months of the year.

For South Qld - Spray every 21 days from start of

December to end of April.

For WA - Spray every 10 -14 days from November to end

of May and extend to 14-21 days from May to November.

For NSW - Spray every 21 days from end of November to

end of May.

WA only

1.5 L/ha

Leaf speckle

(Mycosphaerella

musae)

Qld,

NSW,

WA & NT

only

3 L/ha

Spray schedule same as for control of Leaf Spot. Barrack

720 will not eradicate infection already present but will

prevent the spread of disease.

Broccoli, Brussels

Sprouts,

Cabbages,

Cauliflowers

Ring spot

(Mycosphaerella

brassicicola)

All States

1.8 - 3.5 L/ha

7 days

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 14 day intervals.

Use higher rate if disease pressure is high.

Capsicums,

Peppers

Grey mould

(Botrytis cinerea),

Anthracnose

(Colletotrichum

acutatum)

1.8 - 2.3 L/ha

1 day

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as required. Use the higher rate

if disease pressure is high.

Carrots

Leaf blight

(Alternaria dauci)

1.8 L/ha

7 days

Commence application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease and then every 7-14 days.

Celery

Septoria leaf spot

(Septoria apiicola)

1 day

Apply every 7-14 days. Apply also to seed beds.

Cercospora early

blight

(Cercospora apii)

NSW,

ACT &

WA only

1.2 L/ha

Apply every 10 - 14 days.

Cucurbits

including:

Cantaloupe,

Cucumbers,

Honeydew,

Muskmelon,

Pumpkin, Squash,

Rockmelon,

Watermelon,

Zucchini

Downy mildew

(Pseudoperonosp

ora cubensis),

Gummy stem

blight (Didymella

bryoniae),

Anthracnose

(Colletotrichum

orbiculare), Leaf

blight (Alternaria

cucumerina),

Target leaf spot

All States

1.6 - 2.5 L/ha

Apply on a 7-14 day schedule. Apply rates towards the

higher end of the recommended range and at 7 day

intervals when disease pressure is high. Commence spray

program early, at first true leaf, and before vining or

flowering.

When used at these rates, Barrack 720 will suppress

Powdery mildew.

DO NOT

GRAZE

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

(Cercospora

citrullina)

Belly rot

(Rhizoctonia

solani)

If applying Barrack 720 for the above foliar diseases useful

suppression of belly rot will be obtained where fruit form on

soil covered by earlier recent Barrack 720 spraying.

Endive

Grey mould

(Botrytis cinerea)

1.8 - 2.3 L/ha

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as required. Use the higher rate

if disease pressure is high.

Leeks, Shallots

Purple blotch

(Alternaria porri)

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals,

particularly during wet weather.

Okra

Leaf disease/spot

Qld &

WA only

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals.

Onions (excluding

spring onions)

Downy mildew

(Peronospora

destructor)

All States

2.3 L/ha

14 days

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 14 day intervals.

Potato

Early blight or

Target spot

(Alternaria solani),

Late blight or Irish

blight

(Phytophthora

infestans)

1.1 - 1.8 L/ha

Commence applications at flowering time or earlier if

weather conditions are favourable for disease infection.

Spray every 7-14 days until within 14 days of desiccation

or harvest.

Rhubarb

Ascochyta leaf

spot (Ascochyta

rhei)

140 mL/100L

Apply 2000

L/ha

7 days

Apply every 10-14 days.

Radish

Grey mould

(Botrytis cinerea)

1.8 - 2.3 L/ha

1 day

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as required. Use the higher rate

if disease pressure is high.

Sweet Corn

Turcicum leaf

blight

(Exserohilum

turcicum)

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Repeat at 7-10 day intervals.

Tomato

Early blight or

Target spot

(Alternaria solani),

Leaf mould

(Fulvia fulva),

Grey leaf spot

(Stemphylium

solani), Botrytis

rot or Grey mould

(Botrytis cinerea)

Make the first application as soon as conditions favour the

development of the disease. Spray at 7-14 day intervals.

Continue into the picking season to obtain best results

against Leaf Mould and Botrytis Rot.

Water Cress

Cercospora leaf

spot

Qld &

WA only

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as required. Use the higher rate

if disease pressure is high.

5.

MISCELLANEOUS

SITUATION &

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Ornamentals

Chrysanthemums,

Geraniums, Iris and

other ornamentals

Botrytis, Grey

mould, Rust

diseases,

Septoria and

Alternaria leaf

spot diseases

All States

100 mL/100L

Apply at 7-14 day intervals. Use 7 day under severe

conditions. Avoid application to blooms in Azalea,

Hydrangea and Petunia.

Tobacco

Tobacco leaf spot

(Ascochyta arida)

Qld & WA

only

220 mL/100L

Apply every 7 days in seed bed application only.

Turf and Lawns,

Bowling Greens,

Golf Greens

Dollar spot

(Sclerotinia

homeocarpa)

NSW, SA,

Qld, WA,

Vic. & ACT

only

130 - 200

mL/100m

20-60 L of

water

If disease is already established use higher rate. Apply at

7–14 day intervals. Under severe conditions spray at 7

day intervals. Do not mow or water treated area until turf

or lawn is thoroughly dry.

Brown patch

(Rhizoctonia sp)

All States

Grey leaf spot

(Stemphylium

solani)

NSW & WA

only

24 L/ha

Apply to leaf as a curative application. Do not irrigate for

24 hours after application.

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1. Identification

BARRACK 720 Fungicide

GHS Product

Identifier

5781

Product Code

Group M5 Fungicide

Product Type

NUFARM AUSTRALIA LIMITED. (ABN 80 004 377 780)

Company Name

103-105 Pipe Road Laverton North

Victoria 3026 Australia

Address

Tel: +61 3 9282-1000

Fax: +61 3 9282-1001

Telephone/Fax

Number

1800 033 498 (24hr Australia)

Emergency phone

number

For the control of fungus diseases on almonds, bananas, cucurbits, grapes,

ornamentals, peanuts, pulses, stone fruits, tobacco and vegetables as

specified in the Directions for Use table on the label.

Recommended use of

the chemical and

restrictions on use

This Safety Data Sheet describes the properties of the concentrated product.

The physical properties and the assessments may not apply to the properties of

the product once it has been diluted for application.

Other Information

2. Hazard Identification

CA2 Carcinogenicity: Category 2

IT2 Acute Toxicity - Inhalation: Category 2

SE-3RES STOT Single Exposure Category 3 (respiratory tract irritation)

ED1 Eye Damage/Irritation: Category 1

SS-1 Sensitization - Skin: Category 1

GHS classification of

substance/mixture

DANGER

Signal Word (s)

H351 Suspected of causing cancer.

H330 Fatal if inhaled.

H335 May cause respiratory irritation.

H318 Causes serious eye damage.

H317 May cause an allergic skin reaction.

Hazard Statement (s)

P101 If medical advice is needed, have product container or label at hand.

P102 Keep out of reach of children.

P103 Read label before use.

General

Precautionary

Statement (s)

Corrosion, Health hazard, Skull and crossbones, Exclamation mark,

The below pictograms are GHS Hazard symbols for workplace use only.

See SECTION 14 for Dangerous Goods information.

Pictogram (s)

P202 Do not handle until all safety precautions have been read and understood.

P260 Do not breathe mists or spray.

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

P284 Wear respiratory protection.

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

P272 Contaminated work clothing should not be allowed out of the workplace.

Precautionary

statement –

Prevention

P308+P313 IF exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention.

P304+P340 IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a

position comfortable for breathing.

P310 Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician.

P305+P351+P338 IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes.

Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.

P310 Immediately call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician.

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

P333+P313 If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical advice/attention.

P363 Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

Precautionary

statement – Response

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Other Information

3. Composition/information on ingredients

Liquid

Chemical

Characterization

Name

Proportion

Ingredients

Chlorothalonil

1897-45-6

720 g/L

Other ingredients

(considered

non-hazardous)

Balance

4. First-aid measures

Remove affected person to fresh air until recovered. If symptoms persist,

seek medical attention immediately.

Inhalation

Rinse mouth and then drink plenty of water.

Do not give anything by mouth to a semi-conscious or unconscious person.

If vomiting occurs, give more water to drink to assist dilution.

Ingestion

Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re-use.

Wash affected areas thoroughly with soap and water.

If irritation persists, seek medical advice.

Skin

If in eyes, hold eyelids open and wash with copious amounts of water for at

least 15 minutes.

Seek medical advice.

Eye contact

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre

(Australia) on 13 11 26.

First Aid Facilities

Treat symptomatically.

Persons having allergic reactions respond to treatment with antihistamines

or steroid creams and/or systemic steroids.

Advice to Doctor

5. Fire-fighting measures

Water fog, foam, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.

Suitable

extinguishing media

May emit toxic fumes of hydrogen chloride or phosgene if involved in fires or

exposed to extreme heat.

Hazards from

Combustion

Products

Breathable air apparatus must be worn when fighting a fire in which this

product is involved.

Special Protective

Equipment for fire

fighters

Considered low risk due to water content, however upon evaporation of water

the product is combustible.

Specific hazards

arising from the

chemical

STOP FIRE WATER FROM ENTERING DRAINS OR WATER BODIES.

Other Information

6. Accidental release measures

Contain spill and absorb with clay, sand, soil or proprietary absorbent (such

as vermiculite).

Collect spilled material and waste in sealable open-top type containers for

disposal.

Dispose of at a landfill in accordance with local regulations.

Spills & Disposal

For appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), refer Section 8.

If product has dried out and the possibility of dust generation exists, wear

a suitable respirator.

Personal Protection

Place damaged containers in recovery bins (if available) and return to

manufacturer.

If large liquid spills occur, attempt to recover as much spilt material from

sumps and bunded areas, as possible, before absorbing remaining material into

vermiculite or other absorbent.

Clean-up Methods -

Large Spillages

Prevent from entering drains, waterways or sewers.

Environmental

Precautions

7. Handling and storage

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Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams, or any other water bodies with

pesticide or used containers.

Precautions for Safe

Handling

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, well ventilated area out of

direct sunlight.

Keep container tightly sealed and do not store with seed, fertilisers or

foodstuffs.

Store in a locked enclosure.

Conditions for safe

storage, including

any incompatabilities

Always read the label and any attached leaflet before use.

Other Information

8. Exposure controls/personal protection

Safe Work Australia has set the following exposure standard for propylene

glycol : TLV (TWA) 474 mg/m3, STEL -.

Occupational

exposure limit values

Use in a well ventilated area only.

Appropriate

engineering controls

Do not inhale spray mist.

Respiratory

Protection

When opening the container, preparing spray and using the prepared spray wear

cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist and a washable hat,

elbow-length PVC gloves and goggles and appropriate respiratory protection.

Personal Protective

Equipment

After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face

thoroughly with soap and water.

After each day's use, wash contaminated clothing and safety equipment.

Hygiene Measures

Check State or Territory regulations that require people who use pesticides in

their job or business to have training in the application of the materials.

Requirements

Concerning Special

Training

9. Physical and chemical properties

Liquid

Form

White opaque liquid

Appearance

Disperses in water.

Solubility in Water

1.354

Specific Gravity

0.076 mPa @ 25°C for chlorothalonil

Vapour Pressure

~40%

Volatile Component

Kow Log P is 2.92 (25°C, chlorothalonil)

Partition Coefficient:

n-octanol/water

Non combustible material.

Flammability

10. Stability and reactivity

Stable under normal conditions.

Chemical Stability

Keep away from strong oxidising agents.

Possibility of

hazardous reactions

Hazardous polymerisation is not possible.

Hazardous

Polymerization

11. Toxicological Information

LD50 (rat) >5,000 mg/kg for chlorothalonil

Acute Toxicity - Oral

LD50 (rat) >5,000 mg/kg for chlorothalonil

Acute Toxicity -

Dermal

LC50 (4hr) (rat) 0.1 mg/l for chlorothalonil

Acute Toxicity -

Inhalation

May cause irritation to mouth, throat and stomach.

Possible symptoms of exposure include: nausea, vomiting and central nervous

system depression.

Ingestion

Not a likely route of exposure when handling the concentrate.

However, care should be taken to avoid the inhalation of excessive amounts

of spray mist during field spraying, respiratory irritation may occur.

Inhalation

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May irritate the skin.

Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause skin sensitisation.

Skin

The concentrate will cause severe irritation and possible damage unless washed

off immediately.

Chlorothalonil is a skin sensitiser.

Skin Sensitisation

Chlorothalonil is classified as a suspected human carcinogen based on limited

evidence from animal studies.

Carcinogenicity

Data indicates no reproductive effects.

Reproductive

Toxicity

Liver and kidney damage has been noted in laboratory animals that have been

fed excessive doses of chlorothalonil.

Reports of human experience in use of chlorothalonil products demonstrate

that some individuals become sensitive to contact with this compound.

Chronic Effects

The product is an eye irritant.

Serious eye

damage/irritation

The product is a respiratory irritant.

Respiratory

Irritation

Mild skin irritant.

Skin

corrosion/irritation

The Australian Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for chlorothalonil for a human is

0.01 mg/kg/day, set for the public for daily, lifetime exposure. This is based

on the NOEL of 1.5 mg/kg/day, the level determined to show no effects during

long term exposure for the most sensitive indicators and the most sensitive

species. (Ref: Comm. Dept. of Health and Ageing, Office of Chemical Safety,

'ADI List', March 2016).

Other Information

12. Ecological information

Average field half life of chlorothalonil is 7 - 30 days.

Adsorption studies indicate that chlorothalonil has very low mobility.

In water, half life for chlorothalonil is 4.5 hours to 9 days.

Persistence and

degradability

Highly toxic to fish and aquatic organisms.

Known Harmful

Effects on the

Environment

Marine pollutant.

Environmental

Protection

The following is data for the active ingredient, chlorothalonil.

LC50 (96hr) for rainbow trout is 0.043 mg/l.

LC50 (96hr) for bluegill sunfish is 0.059 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity - Fish

LC50 (48hr) for daphnia magna is 70 µg/l

Acute Toxicity -

Daphnia

EC50 (120hr) for Selenastrum capricornutum is 210 µg/l.

Acute Toxicity -

Algae

The following data is for the active ingredient, chlorothalonil.

Not toxic to bees.

Birds: Not toxic to birds. LD50 for mallard ducks is >4,640 mg/kg

Acute Toxicity -

Other Organisms

13. Disposal considerations

On site disposal of the concentrated product is not acceptable.

Ideally, the product should be used for its intended purpose. If there is a

need to dispose of the product, approach local authorities who hold periodic

collections of unwanted chemicals (ChemClear®).

Product Disposal

Do not use this container for any other purpose.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add

rinsings to the spray tank.

If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or

designated collection point.

If not recycling, puncture or shred and bury containers in local authority

landfill.

If no landfill is available, bury the containers below 500mm in 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.

Container Disposal

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Returnable containers: empty contents fully into application equipment.

Replace cap, close all valves and return to the point of supply for refill or

storage.

drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of

empty, cleaned, non returnable crop production and on-farm animal health

chemical containers. If the label on your container carries the drumMUSTER

symbol, triple rinse the container, ring your local Council, and offer the

container for collection in the program.

14. Transport information

It is good practice not to transport agricultural chemical products with

food, food related materials and animal feedstuffs.

Transport

Information

Considered non dangerous for road and rail transport (in packaging, including

IBCs not greater than 3000 Lt each) by the Australian Code for the Transport

of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail. Ref: ADG7; SP No. AU01.

For bulk shipments as Class 9, use UN 3082, HazChem code 2Z.

Storage and

Transport

3082

UN Number (Sea

Transport)

Class 9; Packing Group III

IMO Class/Packing

Group

Marine Pollutant

IMO Marine

Pollutant

ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.

(contains Chlorothalonil)

IMO Proper

Shipping Name

15. Regulatory information

WHS Schedule 11, item 34: Acute toxicity category 2.

Regulatory

Information

Poisons Schedule

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Packaging &

Labelling

This product is registered with the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary

Medicines Authority (APVMA). APVMA product number: 53884.

Other Information

16. Other Information

28/06/2017

Date of preparation

or last revision of

Normal Hours: Mrs Kathleen Marsh Phone: +61 3 9282 1000

After Hours: Shift Supervisor Phone: 1800 033 498

Contact Person/Point

The SDS was reviewed. Minor changes were made to the information and product

has been rebranded.

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