COBOX 500 WP FUNGICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
COPPER PRESENT AS COPPER OXYCHLORIDE
Available from:
SPIESS-URANIA CHEMICALS GMBH
INN (International Name):
Cu as oxychloride(500g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
WETTABLE POWDER
Composition:
COPPER PRESENT AS COPPER OXYCHLORIDE MINERAL-COPPER Active 500.0 g/kg
Units in package:
25kg
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
SPIESS-URANIA CHEMS
Therapeutic group:
ALMOND | AVOCADO | BANANA | BEAN | BLACKCURRANT | BRASSICA VEGETABLES | CAPSICUM OR PEPPER | CARNATION | CARROT | CELERY | CITRU
Therapeutic area:
FUNGICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ALGAL LEAF SPOT | ALGAL SPOT | ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA SPP. | ANTHRACNOSE | ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP. | ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT | BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT | BACTERIAL BLIGHT | BACTERIAL BLIGHT WILT | BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT | BACTERIAL CANKER | BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT | BACTERIAL SPECK | BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA | BITTER ROT | BLACK SPOT | BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM | BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR | BLIGHT | BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA | BROWN ROT | BROWN SPOT ON MANDARIN | BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT | CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT | CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA | CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN | CITRUS MELANOSE | CITRUS SCAB | COLLAR ROT - PHYTOPHTHORA CITROPHTHORA | COMMON BLIGHT | CROWN ROT | DIEBACK OR CANKER | DOWNY MILDEW | EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT | FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT | FRUIT ROT OR SPOT | FRUIT ROUND ROT - SPHAEROPSIS DALMATICA | GREY LEAF SPOT - PYRICULARIA GRISEA | GUMMY STEM BLIGHT ON CUCURBIT | HALO BLIGHT | HUSK SPOT - CERCOSEPTORIA SPP. |
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: HAZELNUTS - DO NOT HARVEST FOT 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION. BLACKCURRENT - DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLI CATION. ALL OTHER CROPS - DO NOT HARVES T FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION.; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [LEAF CURL, SHOT HOLE]; AVOCADO: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP.]; BANANA: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA, LEAF SPECKLE ON BANANA]; BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST]; BLACKCURRANT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, RUST, SEPTORIA SPOT]; BRASSICA VEGETABLES: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA SPP., BLACK SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW, PEPPERY LEAF SPOT, RING SPOT]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA]; CARNATION: [BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA SPP.]; CARROT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; CELERY: [BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; CITRUS: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM, BROWN ROT, BROWN SPOT ON MANDARIN, CITRUS MELANOSE, CITRUS SCAB, COLLAR ROT - PHYTOPHTHORA CITROPHTHORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT ON CITRUS, SOOTY BLOTCH ON APPLE, PEAR OR CITRUS]; CUCURBIT: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., DOWNY MILDEW, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT ON CUCURBIT]; CUSTARD APPLE: [MASASSO SPOT, PURPLE BLOTCH]; DURIAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, ROOT ROT]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN]; FIG: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT, RUST]; FRENCH BEAN: [BACTERIAL BLIGHT WILT, BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT, COMMON BLIGHT, HALO BLIGHT]; GRAPE: [DOWNY MILDEW]; GUAVA: [ALGAL LEAF SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE]; HAZELNUT: [BACTERIAL BLIGHT]; JACKFRUIT: [PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; LETTUCE: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW]; LONGAN: [DIEBACK OR CANKER]; LYCHEE: [ALGAL SPOT]; MACADAMIA: [ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT, HUSK SPOT - CERCOSEPTORIA SPP., PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, TRUNK CANKER]; MANGO: [BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT]; MANGOSTEEN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; OLIVE: [ANTHRACNOSE, FRUIT ROT OR SPOT, FRUIT ROUND ROT - SPHAEROPSIS DALMATICA, GREY LEAF SPOT - PYRICULARIA GRISEA, OLIVE LEAF SPOT OR PEACOCK SPOT]; ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW]; ORNAMENTAL: [DOWNY MILDEW, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; PARSNIP: [LEAF SPOT]; PASSIONFRUIT: [BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT, PHYTOPHTHORA BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; PEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT, BACTERIAL BLIGHT WILT]; PECAN: [LICHEN, SPANISH MOSS]; POME FRUIT: [BITTER ROT, BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; POTATO: [EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO]; RAMBUTAN: [ALGAL SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; RASPBERRY: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., LEAF RUST, SPUR BLIGHT]; RED BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW, RUST]; RHUBARB: [CROWN ROT]; ROSE: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM]; SILVER BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW]; SPINACH: [DOWNY MILDEW]; STONE FRUIT: [BACTERIAL CANKER, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN ROT, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, RUST, SHOT HOLE]; STRAWBERRY: [LATE BLIGHT OR LEAF SPOT, LEAF SCORCH]; TOMATO: [BACTERIAL CANKER, BACTERIAL SPECK, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO, SEPTORIA SPOT ON TOMATO]; WALNUT: [WALNUT BLIGHT]; Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [LEAF CURL, SHOT HOLE]; AVOCADO: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP.]; BANANA: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA, LEAF SPECKLE ON BANANA]; BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST]; BLACKCURRANT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, RUST, SEPTORIA SPOT]; BRASSICA VEGETABLES: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA SPP., BLACK SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW, PEPPERY LEAF SPOT, RING SPOT]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA]; CARNATION: [BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA SPP.]; CARROT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; CELERY: [BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; CITRUS: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM, BROWN ROT, BROWN SPOT ON MANDARIN, CITRUS MELANOSE, CITRUS SCAB, COLLAR ROT - PHYTOPHTHORA CITROPHTHORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT ON CITRUS, SOOTY BLOTCH ON APPLE, PEAR OR CITRUS]; CUCURBIT: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., DOWNY MILDEW, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT ON CUCURBIT]; CUSTARD APPLE: [MASASSO SPOT, PURPLE BLOTCH]; DURIAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, ROOT ROT]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN]; FIG: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT, RUST]; FRENCH BEAN: [BACTERIAL BLIGHT WILT, BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT, COMMON BLIGHT, HALO BLIGHT]; GRAPE: [DOWNY MILDEW]; GUAVA: [ALGAL LEAF SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE]; HAZELNUT: [BACTERIAL BLIGHT]; JACKFRUIT: [PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; LETTUCE: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW]; LONGAN: [DIEBACK OR CANKER]; LYCHEE: [ALGAL SPOT]; MACADAMIA: [ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT, HUSK SPOT - CERCOSEPTORIA SPP., PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT, TRUNK CANKER]; MANGO: [BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT]; MANGOSTEEN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; OLIVE: [ANTHRACNOSE, FRUIT ROT OR SPOT, FRUIT ROUND ROT - SPHAEROPSIS DALMATICA, GREY LEAF SPOT - PYRICULARIA GRISEA, OLIVE LEAF SPOT OR PEACOCK SPOT]; ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW]; ORNAMENTAL: [DOWNY MILDEW, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; PARSNIP: [LEAF SPOT]; PASSIONFRUIT: [BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT, PHYTOPHTHORA BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; PEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT, BACTERIAL BLIGHT WILT]; PECAN: [LICHEN, SPANISH MOSS]; POME FRUIT: [BITTER ROT, BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; POTATO: [EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO]; RAMBUTAN: [ALGAL SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; RASPBERRY: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP., LEAF RUST, SPUR BLIGHT]; RED BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW, RUST]; RHUBARB: [CROWN ROT]; ROSE: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM]; SILVER BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW]; SPINACH: [DOWNY MILDEW]; STONE FRUIT: [BACTERIAL CANKER, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, BROWN ROT, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, RUST, SHOT HOLE]; STRAWBERRY: [LATE BLIGHT OR LEAF SPOT, LEAF SCORCH]; TOMATO: [BACTERIAL CANKER, BACTERIAL SPECK, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO, SEPTORIA SPOT ON TOMATO]; WALNUT: [WALNUT BLIGHT]; For the control of fungal diseases of certain fruit, vegetables and ornamentals.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
48267
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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WP Fungicide

Label {label plus leaflet layout)

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

1 September 2010

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READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

COBOX

SOOWP

FUNGICIDE'

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

g/kg

COPPER (Cu)

present as

Copper

Oxychloride

GROUP

FUNGICIDE

Approve

control

fungal and bacterial diseases

certain fruit,

vegetables and ornamentals as

the Directions

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED LEAFLET BEFORE USE

a

Contents: 25

Distributed

Level

5,

Nexus Norwest, 4 Columbia Court

Baulkham Hills

2153

02-8860 6443

Info

pest

Verified

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Label (label

s leaflet layout)

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF

ILDREN

1 September

2010

Page 2

Store in the closed, original container

a dry, cool, well ventilated area out

direct sunlight. Shake the

empty bag into spray tank.

not dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. Puncture or sh

d and bury

empty containers

a local authority landfil

landfill

available, bury the containers below 500 mm in

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

waterways, product should not be

burnt. Disposal

spent dip

Bury the spent dip 500 mm below the ground surface

a disposal p

specifically marked and set

is purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetat

and t

e roots.

SAFETY DIRE

CT

IONS

Harmful

owed.

May irritate

e eyes and ski

contact w

eyes and sk

e conta

er a

preparing spray wear e

ow-leng

PVC gloves and

sposa

st, or

fume

ce m

k, covering mouth

nose.

sh ha

s after use. After each d

's use, wash glov

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor

isons Information Centre.

Phone 131126.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional informati

is listed in the Material Safety

ta Sheet available from ·

ur distributor.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

The product

supplied

of high quality and is

lieved

be suitable for the purposes f

which it is

recommended.

The buyer or user

responsible for any misuse or negligen

the ha

, storage

and use

this

mat~rial.

This product must only

used

strict compliance with the directions given on

this labe

No representative of the manufacturer or seller has authority

or alter these conditions.

Batch No:

DOM:

Barcode

a Transport Emergency Dial

000

Police or Fire Brigade

APVMA Approval

Cobox 50

Fungicide

Leaflet

CAUTION

KEEP OUT

REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPEN

G OR USING

COBOX

soowp

FUNGICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

g/kg

COPPER (Cu)

present as Copper Oxychloride

GROUP

FUNGICIDE

10

August

2009

Page 3

contro

fungal and bacterial diseases

certain fruit, vegetables

ornamentals as

the Directions

IMPORTANT: READ THIS LEAFLET BEFORE

Distributed by:

Level 5,

Norwest, 4 Columbia

Baulkham Hills NSW 2153

02-8860 6443

Cobox 50 WP Fungicide

Leaflet

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

10

August

2009

Page 4

spray when hot conditions {> 35°C)

frosts are likely

occur

damage can result.

apply to copper shy varieties.

use during poor drying conditions.

TREE

VINE CROPS

Rate

In the following table, rates for tree and vine crops are given for dilute spraying. For

Concentrate spraying, refer

xing/Application Section.

Critical

Comments:

For all tree and vine crop uses: Apply

dilute

concentrate spraying equipment. Apply the same total

amount

product to the target crop whether applying this product by dilute

concentrate spraying methods.

CROP

DISEASE

'STATE

RATE (g/100 L)

CRITICAL COMMENTS

(days)

Avocados

Anthracnose

All states

Apply every 4 weeks from flowering to harvest.

In prolonged

wet weather apply every 2 weeks. When using low water

volume

~C!l'._ers,

do not use less than 300

Bananas

Leaf Speckle,

Qld,

250 or

Apply at 3 to 4 week intervals from December to May when

Leaf Spot

ACT,

2.5 kg/ha plus 600

weather conditions favour disease outbreaks. Use sufficient

only

summer oil

water to ensure

thorol!9_h

cover~

Blackcurrants

Septoria Leaf

Tas, SA,

250 to 400

Apply high rate at bud movement.

Apply low rate just prior to

Spot,

WAonly

blossom, repeat at petal fall and after harvest

Rust

Citrus

Black Spot,

NSW,ACT,

Apply

% petal fall,

ssary,

Melanose,

Vic, Tas,

plus spraying oil

6 to 12

eks l

higher ra

s in

. (Caution:

Lemon Scab,

reduce frequency

copper

y varieti

this

appl

ies to all Citru

Smoky (Sooty)

only

Use oil

recommended d

Blotch

Qld,

200 to 300 plus 600

only

summer oil

Brown Rot

, ACT,

Apply

to 50L spray/tr

prior

Autumn rain

After

WAonly

plus spraying oil

prolong

weath

er, apply a further

eatment

st fine

Vic,

weathe

only

recommended do

rates

Brown Spot

NSW,ACT,

175 plus spraying oil

Apply at bud burst and

50-75% petal fall.

necessary due to

(Mandarins)

Vic, SA,

weather conditions, apply further treatments

8 week

WAonly

intervals.

Qld only

Use oil at recommended rates.

plus 500 g zinc

sulphate

plus 140

caustic

soda

plus spraying oil

Collar Rot,

Qld ,

Apply 30

50 L spray/tree prior to autumn rains.

Pink Disease

only

Septoria Spot

All states

·100

Apply

rly to mid March.

plus spraying oil

Use oil at recommended rates.

Custard

Massasso Spot

Apply every 2 weeks when disease is present, or at the start

Apples

only

wet weather.

Purple Blotch

Apply prior to heavy rains.

After prolonged wet weather, apply

a further treatment

the first fine weather.

Spray the tree

below

1.5 m helght, the trunk and surroundi1J.9J!found area.

Durians

Anthracnose,

All States

Apply ·as a

liar spray

4 weekly intervals between harvests.

Pink Disease

Phytophthora

Apply 30

50 L spray/tree before (onset of) autumn rains.

Root Rot

Apply as a foliar spray

weekly

intervals between harvests.

Figs

Ceicospora

Apply to unfolded leaves, repeat 1 month later.

Leaf Spot,

Vic, Tas,

Rust

only

Qld, NT

only

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DISEASE

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Black Spot

Downy Mildew

Qld. NT,

only

All states

Guav

Algal Leaf Spot,

, ACT,

Anthracnose

WA. NT only

kfruit

Pink Disease

Qld,

only

Long

Die back

Lych

Algal Spot

Qld,

ACT, WA,

Mangoe

Bacterial Black

only

Spot

ngos

teens

Anthracnose,

All States

Leaf Spots,

k Disease

Olives

Olive leaf spot

or Peacock

spot,

Grey l

spot,

Fruit round rot,

Anthracnose,

Other general

it rots

Passio

Brown Spot,

, ACT,

Septo

a Spot

Vic, Tas,

WAon

Qld only

Phytophthora

Qld,

Blight

ACT,

, NT

only

Black Spot

All states

(Scab),

Bitl

Algal Spot

Qld,

only

Anthracnose,

All States

Leaf Spots,

Pink Disease

erries

Anthracnose,

Rust,

Spur Blight

Ston

ruit

Bacterial

Canker

Bacterial Spot

Qld, WA,

only

Blossom Blight,

Rust

Vic, Tas, SA,

WA only

Brown Rot

All states

Freckle,

Leaf Curl,

-hole

Leaf Scorch,

Spots

RATE (g/100 L)

250 to 400

300 to 400

250 plus sprayi

500 or

7so ·

.5 kg/ha)

10

August

2009

Page 5

CRI~ICAL

COMMENTS

(days)

Apply between early shoot growth and cap fall, when shoots

20-30cm

long. Repeat every 2 weeks if conditions favour

disease.

Apply when shoots are 10

long; repeat every 2 weeks in

moist, warm weather,

every 3

4 weeks in hot, dry weather.

DO NOT apply when floweri

Apply sprays so that good coverage

the crop and

liage is

obtained. Apply to trees after hedging has occurred in October.

Apply to the whole tree, prior to the wet season and repeat at

least once during the wet season.

Apply

nthly in the wet season. Treatment will assist in the

control o.f Al

leaf spots.

Apply prior to t

wet season and repeat every 4 to 6 weeks

while rain persists.

Apply every 4 weeks from early flowering to fruit

, ensuring

thorough coverage.

DO NOT use misting equipmen

Apply as a

liar spray at 4 weekly intervals between

'rvests

Apply in autumn before wint

rain and again as fruit colour

changes. TO AVOID CROP DAMAGE: Sensitivity

some

species and varieties

olives

be treated have not been fully

evaluated. It is advisable therefore to only treat a small number

plants to ascertain their reaction before treating the whole

crop.

Apply monthly from spring to summer, and

every

2 months in

winter.

Apply

every

10 to 14 days from October to May and every 3

4 weeks the rest

the year.

Apply

every

to 14 days in_prolooged wet weathe

Apply at green tip and spur burst (where necessary). Repeat 10

days later

conditions favour infection, i.e. extended wet

weather. Consult Department

riculture spray charts for

specific recommendations on timing, rates and precautions.that

may be necessary. Use with

re on copper shy varieties.

Apply oil at recommended dose rates.

Apply prior to the

season and repeat every 4 to 6 weeks

while

in persists.

Apply as a foliar spray

weekly intervals between harvests

Apply at bud movement.

Apply just prior to blossom, repeat

petal fall and after

harvest.

AUTUMN: Apply at 25 to 50% leaf fall and again at 90

leaf

WINTER: A]Jply in mid winter.

SPRING: Apply 1 week after petal

ll and again

later. These sprays control the high leaf population

bacteria in mid to late spring.

Apply at early bud movem

t repeal

a"

er 71o 10 days (pink s

e in apricots

d on

rr:'

Use l

r rate on apric

Apply from late budswell to early blossom.

Apply at pink

stag

again

7 to I 0

days

late

Apply at ea

y bud movement

&

again 7

I 0 days later.

r shot-hole apply after leaf

Apply

every

10 to 14 days in wet weather

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CROP

DISEASE

VEGETABLES

Beans

Bacterial Blight

(French)

Bacterial Brown

Spot,

Chocolate Spot.

Rust

Common Blight

Blight

Brassicas

Alternaria Leaf

Spot,

Black Spot,

Downy mildew,

Peppery Le

Spot,

Ring Spot,

Capsicums

Bacterial

Canker,

Bacterial Spot

Carrots

Leaf Spot

Celery

Early Blight

'STAT

, Tas only

All states

only

Vic, Tas, SA,

WAonly

Qld, NSW,

, NT only

All states

NSW, ACT,

Tas, SA,

only

Septaria Spot

All states

Cucurbits

Anthracnose,

,ACT

Downy

ldew,

only

Gummy Stem

Blight

Faba

Beans

Chocolate Spot

, ACT,

Qld, N

WA&

only

Rust

All states

Lettuce

Downy Mildew

Anthracnose.

NSW, ACT,

Bacterial Leaf

Vic, Tas, SA,

, only

Onions

Downy Mildew

All states

Parsnips

Leaf Spot

Vic, SA,

only

Peas

Ascochyta

All states

Blight,

Bacterial Blight

Potatoes

Irish Blight

(Late blight),

Target Spot

(Early Blight)

JRATE

(g/100 L)

(2.5 kg/ha)

250 to 300

(2.5 to 3 kg/ha)

(2.5 kg/ha)

220 to 250

(2.2 to 2.5 kg/ha)

August

2009

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CRITICAL COMMENTS

(days,

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat every

10 to 14 days. Destroy diseased plants.

Apply every 14 days. Qld only; DO NOT use on Brussels

sprouts. All States: Do not use on cabbages when frosts are

likely.

SEED BEDS: Apply every 7 days during wet weather.

CROPS: Apply

rst sign

disease and repeat at

7 to 14 day intervals. Use the shortest inte

al when conditions

favour infection. These applications will reduce the spread

Bacterial canker but wi

not control seed-borne

soil-borne

infectio

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat every 7

14 days.

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat every 7 to 14 days.

wet weather use shorter period. Suppressed growth may result

from frequent applications.

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat every 7 days

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat at 1 0

14 day

intervals while conditions favour inf

tion. Use enough water to

ensure thorough coverage.

Seedlings: Apply weekly.

Mature plants: Apply weekly during moist, cool conditions.

Apply at first sign

disease. Repeat

7 to

intervals

during periods

high risk.

Apply when disease first appears and repat at 10 to 14 day

intervals while conditions favour infection.

Apply at first sign

disease, repeat every 7 to 10 days.

Destroy diseased plants.

Apply from crop emergence to crop maturity

7 to 14

intervals. Use the higher rate when conditions are particularly

favourable to disease development.

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DISEASE

VEGETABLES

continued)

Beet

Downy Mildew,

Rust

Rhubarb

Crown Rot

Silverbeet,

Downy Mildew

Spinach

Tomatoes

Bacterial

Speck,

Bacterial Spot

Irish Blight

(Late Blight),

Septaria Spot,

Target Spot

(Early Blight)

Bacterial

Canker

NUT TREES

Almonds

Leaf Curl,

Shot Hole

Hazelnuts

Bacterial Blight

Macadamias

Anthracnose

Husk Rot

Macadamia

Husk Spot

Pink Limb

Blight

Trunk Canker

Pecans

Lichens,

Spanish Moss

Walnuts

Walnut Blight

CROP

DISEASE

ORNAMENTALS

Ornamental

Downy Mildew,

flowers

Leaf Spot

shrubs

diseases,

Carnations

Septaria Spot

Bacterial Le

Spot

Roses

Black Spot

STATE

All states

All States

NSW,ACT

Tas,

only

Qld,

ACT, WA,

NT only

Qld ,

only

NSW,ACT,

WAonly

All States

STATE

All states

NSW,

, Vic,

Tas, SA,

WAonly

Qld only

Tas,

only

NSW,

ACT, Vic,

Tas, SA,

WAonly

Qld only

RATE (g/100 L)

.5 kg/ha)

220 to 250

(2.2 to 2.5 kg/ha)

300 to 400

300 plus 175 mL

summer oil

RATE (g/100 L)

kg/ha)

10

August

2009

Page 7

CRITICAL COMMENTS

(days)

Apply

14 day intervals, from the seedling stage until

maturity, while conditions allow infection.

Dip rhubarb crowns before planting. Submerge crowns for

approximately 30 seconds. Drain after dipping. See Storage

&

Disposal instructions on how to dispose of spent dip.

Apply at 10 to14 day intervals while conditions allow infection.

Apply at 10 -

day intervals from the seedling stage to

maturity while conditions allow infection.

Commence spray applications at first sign

disease and

repeat every 7

14 days depending on weather conditions and

severity

disease.

Seedbeds: Apply each 7 days under wet weather conditions.

Minimise use on seedlings to avoid retardation

growth.

Use the higher rate when conditions are particularly favourable

to disease development

This product will reduce the spread

Bacterial canker but will

not control seed-borne or soil-borne infections.

Apply

early bud movement and again 7 to 10 days later. For

Shot-hole, apply after leaf fall.

For best results application should

as a preventative

with 2 applications, one in late autumn and one in early

ing.

Spray from early summer (December) to May at monthly

intervals. A thorough coverage inside the tree is required.

Apply every 3 to 4 weeks from early fruit-set to nut maturity, in

2,000 L sprav/ha.

Spray from early summer (December) to May

monthly

intervals. A thorough coverage

infected li

is required.

Apply to lower trunk prior to wet season.

Apply

winter as a cover spray to affected, defoliated trees.

Apply at least three sprays at 7 to 10

day intervals. Commence

application when the catkins are partially opened. Fu

applications would be necessary

conditions favour infection.

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Apply every 7 to 14 days. Use shorter period if conditions favour the

disease. DO NOT apply to species susceptible to damage, eg

seedlings

carnations

roses.

Apply

first sign

disease and repeat every 10-14 days as

required. Seedling damage may result.

Apply at first sign

disease. Repeat every 7 days in wet weather

and every 2-3 weeks in dry weather. Seedling damage may result.

NOT TO

USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR

ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION

WITHHOLDING PERIOD

HAZELNUTS:

BLACKCURRENTS:

OTHER CROPS:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR

DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION

Cobox 50

Fungicide

Leaflet

GENERAL

IN

STRUCTIONS

10

August

2009

Page 8

FUNGICIDE RESISTANCE WARNING

GROUP

FUNGICIDE

For fungicide resistance management Cobox

500JVP

FUNGICIDE is a Group

fungicide.

Some naturally

occurring individual fungi resistant to Cobox 500NP and other Group

fungicides may exist through normal

genetic variability

any fungal population.

The resistant individuals can eventual

dominate the fungi

population if these fungicides are used repeatedly.

These fungi will not be controlled by Cobox

5CJJNP

ot~er

Group

fungicides, thus resulting

a reduction

efficacy and possible yield loss.

Since the

occurance of resistant fungi is difficult to detect prior to use, Hilado Pty Limited accepts no liability for any

losses that may result from the failure of Cobox

5fX)IVP

to control resistant fung

MIXING AND APPLICATION

Premix LANCOP with a small amount of water, then add to partially filled spray tank. Mix well and complete

filling to the required level.

Keep the spray mix agitated during filling and spraying.

Hard water may curdle

the spray mix.

Dilute

Spraying

Use a sprayer designed to apply high volumes

water up to the point

runoff and matched to the crop

being sprayed.

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

water

to cover the crop to the point

-off. Avoid excessive run-off.

The required water volume may be determined

applying different test volumes, using different settings on

the sprayer, from industry guidelines or expert advice.

Add the amount

product specified

the Directions for Use table for each 1

00 L

water. Spray to the

point

run-off.

The required dilute spray volume will change and the sprayer set up and operation may also need to be

changed, as the crop grows.

Concentrate

Spraying

(a) Use a sprayer designed and set

"for concentrate spraying (that

a sprayer which applies water

volumes less than those required to reach

e point

runoff) and matched to

e crop being sprayed.

(b) Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy using your chosen

water volume.

(c) Determine

appropriate dilute spray volume (See Dilute Spraying above) for the crop canopy. This is

needed to calculate the concentrate mixing rate.

(d) The mixing rate for concentrate spraying can then be calculated

the following way:

EXAMPLE ONLY

(i) Dilute spray volume as determined above:

For example 1500 L/ha

(ii) Your chosen concentrate spray volume:

For example 500 L/ha

The concentration factor

this example

3 X (i.e. 1500L

500 L

(iv) If the dilute label

te is 250

L, then the concentrate rate becomes 3 x 250, that is 750 g/1

00 L of

concentrate spray.

(e) The chosen spray volume, amount

product per 100 L

water, and the sprayer set up and operation

may need to be changed as the crop grows.

Do not use a concentrate rate higher than that specified in the Critical Comments.

(g) For further information on concentrate spraying, users are advised to consult relevant industry guidelines,

undertake appropriate competency training and follow industry Best Practices.

COMPATIBILITY

Cobox 50 WP may be mixed in the spray tank with light paraffinic mineral spraying oil, carbaryl, diazinon,

endosulfan, dicofol, parathion, dimethoate, iprodione, thiram, ziram.

When

combination with thiram

ziram DO NOT leave

spray tank.

Testing

mixtures

recommended prior to mixing commercial

quantities.

not mix COPPER OXYCHLORIDE

with lime sulphur.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Cobox 50 WP Fungicide

Leaflet

10 August 2009

Page 9

Dangerous

fish.

NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical

used containers.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

Store

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

direct sunlight. Shake the

empty bag into spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. Puncture or shred and bury empty

containers in a local authority landfil

landfill is available, bury the containers below 500

disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

waterways, product should not be burnt.

Disposal

spent dip

Bury the spent dip 500 mm below the ground surface

a disposal pit specifically

marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful if swallowed.

May irritate the eyes and skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When opening the

container and preparing spray wear elbow length PVC gloves and disposable dust mask

fume mask

covering mouth & nose . Wash hands after use. After each day's use wash gloves.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 131126.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed

Material Safety Data Sheet available from your distributor.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

The product as supplied is of high quality and is believed to

suitable for the purposes for which it is

recommended.

The buyer or user

responsible for any misuse or negligence

the handling, storage and

this material.

This product must only be used

strict compliance with the directions given on this

label.

No representative of the manufacturer or seller has authority to add to or alter these conditions.

APVMAA

\pprova

Pack Size/Label

Component

APVMA Approval

Number

Leaflet

48267/25KG/051 0

482670510

In a Transport Eme

ency Dial

Police or Fire Brigade

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1.)

Identification of the substance/preparation and company

Product details

Trade name

Cobox 500 WP Fungicide

Identification of the manufacturer / supplier

Address

Spiess-Urania Chemicals GmbH

Heidenkampsweg 77

D-20097

Hamburg

Telephone no.

+49(0)40-23652-0

Fax no.

+49(0)40-23652-255

Emergency telephone number

+49(0)40-23652-0 (8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.)

After 4:00 p.m. +49 (0) 40-78833366

Advice on Safety Data Sheet

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: mail@spiess-urania.com

Use

Plant protection product

2.)

Hazards identification

Classification of the substance or mixture

Classification in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1272/2008:

Acute Tox. 4; H302

Acute Tox. 4; H332

Aquatic acute 1; H400

Aquatic Chronic 1; H410

Classification in accordance with Directive No 1999/45/EC:

Xn; R20/222

N; R50-53

Label elements

GHS09

GHS07

Hazardous component(s) to be indicated on label:

dicopper chloride trihydroxide

Signal word:

Danger

Hazard statements

H302

Harmful if swallowed

H 332

Harmful if inhaled.

H 410

Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects

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Precautionary statements

P 261 Avoid breathing dust.

P 264 Wash hands thoroughly after handling.

P 271 Use only outdoors or in a well-ventilated area.

P 273 Avoid release to the environment

P 304+340 IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position

comfortable for breathing

P301+312 IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor/physician if you

feel unwell.

P391 Collect spillage

P 501 Dispose of contents/container in accordance with local / regional /

national / international regulations.

3.)

Composition / information on ingredients

Chemical characterization

Solid pesticide-formulation (Fungicide)

Hazardous ingredients

Name

CAS / EG / INDEX

/ REACh

classification

67/548/EC

classification

VO 1272/2008/EC (CLP)

concentration

dimension

1

dicopper chloride trihydroxide

1332-40-7

215-572-9

Xn; R 20/22

N; R 50-53

Acute Tox. 4; H302

Acute Tox. 4; H332

Aqu. chron 1; H410

85.4 % b.w.

4.)

First aid measures

General information

In all cases of doubt, or when sickness symptoms persist, seek medical attention. Never give anything by

mouth to an unconscious person. Remove soiled or soaked clothing immediately. Symptoms of poisoning

may even occur after several hours; therefore medical observation for at least 48 hours after the accident.

After inhalation

Remove to fresh air, keep patient warm and at rest. Irregular breathing/no breathing: artificial respiration.

If unconscious place in recovery position and seek medical advice. Consult a doctor if symptoms persist.

After skin contact

Wash skin thoroughly with soap and water or use recognised skin cleanser.

After eye contact

Remove contact lenses, irrigate copiously with clean, fresh water for at least 10 minutes, holding the

eyelids apart and seek medical advice.

After ingestion

Do not induce vomiting. Summon a doctor immediately. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious

person. Keep at rest.

Information for doctor

Show the label of original bag

Treat symptomatically.

5.)

Firefighting measures

Suitable extinguishing media

Use fire extinguishing methods suitable to surrounding conditions. CO2, powder or water spray. Fight

larger fires with water spray or alcohol resistant foam.

Extinguishing media that must not be used for safety reasons

Full water jet.

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Special exposure hazards arising from the substance or preparation itself, its combustion

products or from resulting gases

Formation of toxic gases is possible during heating or in case of fire.

Hydrogen chloride (HCl)

Special protective equipment for firefighting

Wear self-contained respiratory protective device.

Other information (chapter 5.)

Collect contaminated fire fighting water separately. It must not enter the sewage system.

6.)

Accidental release measures

Personal precautions

Avoid formation of dust. Do not inhale dust. Refer to protective measures listed in sections 7 and 8.

Environmental precautions

Inform respective authorities in case of seepage into water course or sewage system. Do not allow to

enter sewers/ surface or ground water. Keep contaminated extinguish water and dispose of appropriately.

Methods for cleaning up/taking up

Pick up mechanically. Dispose of the material collected according to regulations. Dispose contaminated

material as waste according to item 13.

7.)

Handling and storage

Handling

Advice on safe handling

Prevent the creation of dust. Provide suction extractors if dust is formed. Comply with the health and

safety at work laws. Observe specific national regulations for handling and use of pesticide products.

Advice on protection against fire and explosion

No special measures required.

Storage

Requirements for storage rooms and vessels

Prevent any seepage into the ground. Store away from foodstuffs.

Hints on storage assembly

None available.

Further information on storage conditions

Keep container dry in a cool, well-ventilated place.

Recommended storage temperature

Value

0 – 30 °C

8.)

Exposure controls / personal protection

Additional hints on technical system design.

Provide adequate ventilation. Where reasonably practicable this should be achieved by the use of local

exhaust ventilation and good general extraction. If these are not sufficient to maintain dust concentration

below the OEL, suitable respiratory protection must be worn.

National occupational exposure limits according to NOHSC

Copper (dust & mist) (as Cu)

mg/m³

STEL

mg/m³

Personal protective equipment

Respiratory protection

If workers are exposed to concentrations above the exposure limit they must use appropriate, certified

respirators. In case of intensive or longer exposure use self-contained respiratory protective device. Use

dust-mask (filter P2) model for short term use, IOSH/MSHA approved.

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Hand protection

Adhere to the professional organisation rule ”Use of protective gloves”. Appropriate chemicals resistant

glove tested in compliance with AS 2161. Recommendation for protection against components generally

found in the products:

For short-term contact:

Appropriate material:

Value of permeation:

Level 6

Breakthrough time:

> 480 min

Before use, the protective glove should be tested in any case for its specific work-station suitability (i.e.

mechanical resistance, product compatibility and antistatic properties).

Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions and information relating to the use, storage, care and

replacement of protective gloves.

Protective gloves shall be replaced immediately when physically damaged or worn. Preventive hand

protection (skin protection cream) recommended. Wash immediately contaminated skin. Design

operations thus to avoid permanent use of protective gloves.

Eye protection

Wear safety goggles to protect against dust.

Skin protection

All parts of the body should be washed after contact.

General protective and hygiene measures

Do not eat or drink during work - no smoking.

Please consider the instructions on the label depending on handling and application of this product. Use

the personal preventive measures specified above in all other cases.

9.)

Physical and chemical properties

General information

Form

Powder

Colour

Light green

Odour

light

Important health, safety and environmental information

Changes in physical state

Type

Melting point

Value

Undetermined

Flash point

Value

Not applicable

Self Ignition temperature

Value

Product is not self igniting.

Explosion limits

Value

Product does not present an explosion hazard

Vapour pressure

Value

1 hPa (@ 20 °C)

Density

Value

0.72 g/cm³ (@ 20 °C)

pH-value

Value

7.9 (@ 20 °C)

Solubility in water

Remarks

Dispersible

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10.)

Stability and reactivity

Conditions to avoid

Stable under recommended storage and handling conditions (See section 7). To avoid thermal

decomposition do not overheat.

Materials to avoid

None known.

Hazardous decomposition products

When exposed to high temperatures may produce hazardous decomposition products such as Hydrogen

chloride (HCl).

11.)

Toxicological information

Acute Toxicity:

Substance: CAS 1332-40-7 (dicopper chloride trihydroxid)

Type

Route

Value (dimension)

species

oral

950 – 1862 mg/kg (96h)

Dermal

> 2000 mg/kg (96h)

Inhalative

2.44 mg/l (4h)

Primary irritant effect

On the skin: no irritating effect

On the eye: no irritating effect

Sensitization: no effects known

Other information (chapter 11.)

The product was classified in toxicological terms on the basis of the results of the calculation procedure

outlined within Regulation 1272/2008 (CLP).

12.)

Ecological information

Information about elimination (persistence and degradability)

The product is difficulty biodegradable.

Ecotoxic effects:

Substance: CAS 1332-40-7 (dicopper chloride trihydroxid)

Type

Value (dimension)

species

0.5 mg/l (48h)

Daphnia magna

96 mg/l (72h)

Algae

> 43.8 mg/l (96h)

Rainbow trout

General information / ecology

Do not allow product to reach ground water, water course or sewage system, even in small quantities.

Danger to drinking water if even extremely small quantities leak into the ground. Very toxic for aquatic

organisms.

13.)

Disposal considerations

Product

Product must not be disposed together with household garbage. Do not allow product to reach sewage

system. Must be specially treated adhering to official regulations.

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EC waste code: 020108 (agrochemical waste containing dangerous substances)

Uncleaned packaging

Disposal must be made according to official regulations.

Recommended cleansing agents: Water, if necessary together with cleansing agents.

14.)

Transport information

Land transport (ADG)

Class

Packaging group

UN number

3077

Technical name

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

(dicopper chloride trihydroxide)

Environmentally hazardous

substance mark

Symbol “fish and tree”

Marine transport IMDG/GGVSee

Class

Packaging group

UN number

3077

Proper shipping name

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

(Copperoxychloride / 58% Cu)

Marine pollutant mark

Symbol “fish and tree”

Label

Air transport ICAO/IATA

Class

Packaging group

UN number

3077

Proper shipping name

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

(Copperoxychloride / 58% Cu)

Environmentally hazardous

substance mark

Symbol “fish and tree”

Label

Other information

If transported within the user´s premises: To be transported always in closed, upright and safe containers.

Make sure that persons handling these containers are aware of the rules of conduct in case of incident or

spillage.

15.)

Regulatory information

Labelling in accordance with EC directives

The product is classified and labelled in accordance with EC regulation 1272/2008 (CLP).

Special labelling of certain preparations

To avoid risks for humans and environment obtain instructions

16.)

Other information

Other information

This information is based on our present state of knowledge. However, it should not constitute a

guarantee for any specific product properties and shall not establish a legally valid relationship.

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