CONAN 500 FUNGICIDE

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Active ingredient:
CHLOROTHALONIL
Available from:
UPL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
CHLOROTHALONIL
Pharmaceutical form:
SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE
Composition:
CHLOROTHALONIL BENZENE Active 500.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 10L; 110L; 1L; 200L; 20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic area:
FUNGICIDE
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WITHHOLDING PERIODS: HARVEST: Artic hoke Bananas Capsicum Celery, Cucurb its Endive Leek Okra Peppers, Plums Radish Shallot Sweet Corn, Tomatoes Watercress: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION. Apricots Beans B roccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbages Ca rrots, Cauliflowers Cherries Nectarin es, Peaches Peas Rhubard Table grape s: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APP LICATION. Onions Wine grapes: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION. Beans Peanuts Peas: DO NOT GRAZE LI VESTOCK ON TREATED CROPS. Potatoes Alm onds Peanuts (Harvest): NOT REQUIRED W HEN USED AS DIRECTED. GRAZING: Turf: DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD.; 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: [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, STONE FRUIT RUST, TRANSIT ROT - RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER]; CHRYSANTHEMUM OR TANACETUM: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; CUCUMBER: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ENDIVE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; GERANIUM: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; GLOBE ARTICHOKE: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; GOLF GREEN TURF: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; GRAPE - SEE LABEL: [BLACK SPOT ON GRAPES - ELSINOE AMPELINA, BUNCH ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON GRAPE]; HONEY-DEW MELON: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; IRIS: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; LEEK: [PURPLE BLOTCH]; MUSKMELON: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, 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: [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; 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 OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE BLIGHT OR IRISH BLIGHT]; PUMPKIN: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; RADISH: [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; RHUBARB: [ASCOCHYTA LEAF SPOT - ASCOCHYTA RHEI]; ROCKMELON: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ROCKMELON OR CANTALOUP: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; SHALLOT: [PURPLE BLOTCH]; SQUASH: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; SWEET CORN: [TURCICUM LEAF BLIGHT]; TOBACCO: [TOBACCO LEAF SPOT]; TOMATO: [EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI, GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA, LEAF MOULD OF TOMATO]; TURF AND LAWN: [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; WATERCRESS OR NASTURTIUM: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT]; WATERMELON: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; ZUCCHINI: [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; 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 - [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, STONE FRUIT RUST, TRANSIT ROT - RHIZOPUS STOLONIFER]; - CHRYSANTHEMUM OR TANACETUM - [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; - CUCUMBER - [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; - ENDIVE - [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; - FABA BEAN - [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - URANYCES VICIAE-FABAE]; - GERANIUM - [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; - GLOBE ARTICHOKE - [GREY MOULD - BOTRYTIS CINEREA]; - GOLF GREEN TURF - [BROWN PATCH, DOLLAR SPOT, GREY LEAF SPOT - STEMPHYLIUM SOLANI]; - GRAPE - SEE LABEL - [BLACK SPOT ON GRAPES - ELSINOE AMPELINA, BUNCH ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON GRAPE]; - HONEY-DEW MELON - [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, TARGET LEAF SPOT]; - IRIS - [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; - LEEK - [PURPLE BLOTCH]; - MUSKMELON - [ANTHRACNOSE ON CUCURBIT, BELLY ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON CUCURBIT, GUMMY STEM BLIGHT - DIDYMELLA BRYONIAE, LEAF BLIGHT - ALTERNARIA CUCUMERINA, 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 - [ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT - A. ZINNIAE, BOTRYTIS, GREY MOULD/BUNCH ROT OF VINE, RUST, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA APIICOLA]; - 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 FRUCTI
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
80829
Authorization date:
2021-07-01

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Company Name:

Product Name:

APVMA Approval No:

UPL AUSTRALIA LIMITED

Conan 500 Fungicide D

80829/101744

Label Name:

Conan 500 Fungicide

Signal Headings:

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 500 g/L CHLOROTHALONIL

Mode of Action:

GROUP

M5

FUNGICIDE

Statement of

Claims:

For control of fungal diseases on fruits, vegetables, turf and in other areas as specified in

the Directions for Use table.

Net Contents:

1 Litre

5 Litres

10 Litres

20 Litres

110 Litres

200 Litres

1000 Litres

Restraints:

DO NOT mix spraying oils or wetting agents with Conan 500 Fungicide.

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

DO NOT use oils after bud-swell and during the season if Conan 500 Fungicide is to be

used after shuck fall.

DO NOT tank mix Conan 500 Fungicide with EC formulations when spraying after shuck

fall.

DO NOT exceed 4.6 L of Conan 500 Fungicide per hectare of crop.

Directions for Use:

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Other Limitations:

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

Withholidng

Periods:

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:

HARVEST:

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, Beans, Broccoli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbages, Carrots, Cauliflowers, Cherries,

Nectarines, Peaches, Peas, Rhubarb, Table grapes – DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS

AFTER APPLICATION

Onions, Wine grapes – DO NOT HARVEST FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

Beans, Peanuts, Peas – DO NOT GRAZE LIVESTOCK ON TREATED CROPS

Potatoes, Almonds, Peanuts (Harvest) – NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED

GRAZING:

Turf - DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD.

Trade Advice:

General

Instructions:

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Note: Conan 500 Fungicide is a protectant fungicide only. Therefore, to achieve best

results, Conan 500 Fungicide 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 Conan

500 Fungicide.

MIXING

Slowly invert container several times to ensure uniform mixture.

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

APPLICATION

Suggested spray volumes per hectare for non tree and vine crops through high volume, low

volume, mister or aircraft spray equipment.

Thorough coverage is essential for effective disease control.

Low Volume: 200 litres or more

Mister: 75 to 255 litres

High Volume: 500 litres or more

Aerial Application: 20 litres or more

Application in tree and vine crops

Dilute spraying

Use a sprayer designed to apply high volumes of water 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 water to cover the crop to the point of run-off. Avoid excessive run-off.

The required water volume may be determined by applying different test volumes, using

different settings on the sprayer, from industry guidelines or expert advice.

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

Spray to the point of 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

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

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

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to the crop being sprayed. Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage

throughout the crop canopy using your chosen water volume. Determine an appropriate

dilute spray volume (see Dilute Spraying above) for the crop canopy. This is needed to

calculate the concentrate mix rate.

The mixing rate for the 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 concentrate factor in this example is: 3x (i.e. 1500 L ÷ 500 L = 3)

4. If the dilute label rate is 40 mL/100 L, then the concentration rate becomes 3 x 40, which

is 120 mL/100 L of concentrate spray.

The chosen spray volume, amount of product per 100 L 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.

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, Conan 500 Fungicide is a Group M5 fungicide.

Some naturally-occurring individual fungi resistant to Conan 500 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 Conan 500 Fungicide and

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, UPL Australia

Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Conan 500

Fungicide to control resistant fungi.

Precautions:

Protections:

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

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

graze treated turf or lawn; or feed turf or lawn clippings from any treated area to poultry or

livestock.

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:

LEAFLET TEXT:

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

prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

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The method of disposal of the container depends on the container type. Read the “Storage

and Disposal” instructions on the label that is attached to the container.

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LABEL TEXT:

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

prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

1 L, 5 L, 10 L, 20 L, 200 L only

Triple or (preferably) pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to the 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

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, 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

131126. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.

First Aid Warnings:

Tree and Vine Crops

This table shows rates for dilute spraying. For concentrate spraying refer to the

Mixing/Application Section.

For uses in this table: 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.

Situation & Crop

Disease

Rate

WHP

(Days)

Critical Comments

Almonds

(NSW, Vic, SA,

WA, Tas only)

Shot-hole (Stigmina

carpophila)

Stone fruit rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor)

100 L

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

cap fall. Apply every 10-14 days. Apply 1 week

pre-harvest.

Apricots

(NSW, Vic, SA,

Tas, WA only)

Brown rot – Fruit

(Monilinia fructicola)

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

100 L

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)

230mL/

100L

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, and then apply every 10-14 days. Apply 1

week pre-harvest.

Transit rot

(Rhizopus

stolonifer)

Apply 1 week pre-harvest.

Situation & Crop

Disease

Rate

WHP

(Days)

Critical Comments

Grapes

Note:

Russetting of some

table grape

varieties may occur

Downy mildew

(Plasmopara

viticola)

Bunch rot (Botrytis

cinerea)

230-

300mL/

100L

Dessert

Wine

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 – Russetting of some varieties may

occur. Use only up to cap fall in these varieties.

Black spot

(Anthracnose)

(Elsinoe ampelina)

300mL/

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 russetting in table grape and

dried fruit varieties.

Nectarines

(NSW, ACT, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA only)

Shot-hole (Stigmina

carpophila)

230mL/

100L

Apply at bud-swell, pink

bud, shuck fall and then

repeat each 14 days if

weather conditions

favour disease.

Application 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)

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

Apply at bud-swell,

budburst, pink bud, early

blossom and full bloom.

Peaches

Brown rot – Fruit

(Monilinia fructicola)

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

230mL/

100L

Apply at bud-swell, pink

bud, early blossom 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.

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

(Monilinia fructicola)

Blossom blight

(Monilinia laxa)

230mL/

100L

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, early blossom, pink

bud and full bloom.

Stone Fruit Rust

(Tranzschelia

discolor)

Shot-hole (Stigmina

carpophila)

Apply at bud-swell, bud-

burst, pink bud, shuck fall

and cap fall.

Legumes

Situation & Crop

Disease

Rate

WHP

(Days)

Critical Comments

Broad Beans, Faba

Beans

Chocolate spot (Botrytis

fabae)

Rust (Uromyces viciae-

fabae)

2.0-3.3

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.

Peanuts

(Qld, NSW, WA, NT

only)

Early leaf spot

(Cercospora

arachidicola)

Late leaf spot

(Cercosporidium

personatum)

Peppery leaf spot

(Leptosphaerulina trifolii)

Peanut rust (Puccinia

arachidis)

Net blotch

(Didymosphaeria

arachidicola)

1.6-2.6

L/ha

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.

Peas

(Qld, Tas, WA, NT

only)

Downy mildew

(Peronospora viciae)

1.6-2.6

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.

Miscellaneous

Situation &

Crop

Disease

State

Rate

WHP

(Days)

Critical Comments

Ornamentals

Chrysanthemums

Geraniums

Iris and other

ornamentals

Botrytis, Grey

mould, Rust

diseases, Septoria

and Alternaria leaf

spot diseases

States

150 mL/ 100 L

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

(Sclerotinia

homeocarpa)

Qld, WA

only

320 mL/ 100 L

Apply every 7 days in seed bed

application only.

Turf and lawns,

bowling greens,

golf greens

Dollar Spot

(Sclerotinia

homeocarpa)

Qld,

NSW,

ACT,

Vic, SA,

WA only

190-300

mL/100 m

20-60 L 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 the turf or lawn is

thoroughly dry.

Brown Patch

(Rhizoctonia sp)

States

Grey leaf spot

(Stemphylium

solani)

NSW,

WA only

35 L/ha

Apply to leaf as a curative

application. DO NOT irrigate for 24

hours after application.

Fruit and Vegetables

Situation &

Crop

Disease

Rate

WHP

(Days)

Critical Comments

Artichokes – Globe

Grey mould (Botrytis

cinerea)

2.6-3.3 L/ha

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as

required. Use the higher rate if

disease pressure is high.

Bananas

(Qld, NSW, NT &

WA only)

Leaf spot (Mycosphaerella

musicola)

2.6 L/ha

Do not apply to bananas within 14

days of applying an oil-based spray

or crop damage will occur.

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 NSW – Spray every 21 days from

end of November to end of May.

Bananas

(WA only)

Leaf spot (Mycosphaerella

musicola)

2.2 L/ha

For WA – Spray every 10-14 days

from November to end of May and

extend to 14-21 days from May to

November.

Bananas

(Qld, NSW, WA &

Leaf speckle

(Mycosphaerella musae)

4.3 L/ha

Spray schedule same as for control of

Leaf Spot. This product will not

eradicate infection already present but

will prevent the spread of disease.

Broccoli

Brussels Sprouts

Ring spot (Mycosphaerella

brassicicola)

2.5-5 L/ha

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)

2.6-3.3 L/ha

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as

required. Use the higher rate if

disease pressure is high.

Cabbages

Cauliflowers

Ring spot (Mycosphaerella

brassicicola)

2.5-5 L/ha

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.

Carrots

Leaf blight (Alternaria

dauci)

2.6 L/ha

Commence application as soon as

conditions favour development of the

disease and then apply every 7 to 14

days.

Celery

Septoria leaf spot (Septoria

apiicola)

Apply every 7 to 14 days. Apply also

to seed beds.

Celery

(NSW, WA only)

Cercospora early blight

(Cercospora apii)

1.8 L/ha

Apply every 10 to 14 days

Cucurbits including

Cantaloupe,

Cucumbers,

Honeydew,

Muskmelon,

Pumpkin, Squash,

Rockmelon,

Watermelon,

Zucchini

Downy mildew

(Pseudoperonospora

cubensis)

Gummy stem blight

(Didymella bryoniae)

Anthracnose

(Colletotrichum orbiculare)

Leaf blight (Alternaria

cucumerina)

Target leaf spot

(Cercospora citrullina)

2.4-3.6 L/ha

Apply on a 7 to14 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, this product

will suppress Powdery Mildew.

Belly rot (Rhizoctonia

solani)

If applying Conan 500 Fungicide for

the above foliar diseases useful

suppression of Belly Rot will be

obtained where fruit form on soil

covered by earlier recent Conan 500

Fungicide spraying.

Endive

Grey mould (Botrytis

cinerea)

2.6-3.3 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

(Qld, WA only)

Leaf disease/spot

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)

3.3 L/ha

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)

1.6-2.6 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)

200 mL/100L

Apply 2000

L/ha

Apply every 10-14 days. Ensure even

coverage.

Radish

Grey mould (Botrytis

cinerea)

2.6-3.3 L/ha

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. Repeat at 7-14 day

intervals. Continue into the picking

season to obtain best results against

Leaf Mould and Botrytis Rot.

Water Cress

(Qld, WA only)

Cercospora leaf spot

Apply at 7-10 day intervals as

required. Use the higher rate if

disease pressure is high.

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SECTION 1 - IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

UPL Australia Limited

Suite 416, Level 4, 14 Lexington Drive

Norwest Business Park, Bella Vista, NSW 2153

Telephone (02)8824 7277

Fax (02)8814 6469

Chemical nature:

Suspension concentrate based on chlorothalonil

Trade Name:

Conan 500 Fungicide

Product Use:

Agricultural fungicide for use as described on the product label.

Creation Date:

November, 2014

This version issued:

November, 2014

and is valid for 5 years from this date.

SECTION 2 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Statement of Hazardous Nature

This product is classified as:

Xi, Irritating. T, Toxic. Hazardous according to the criteria of SWA.

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

Risk Phrases:

R26, R37, R40, R41, R43. Very toxic by inhalation. Irritating to respiratory system. Limited evidence

of a carcinogenic effect. Risk of serious damage to eyes. May cause sensitisation by skin contact.

Safety Phrases:

S23, S27, S28, S36, S38, S3/7/9, S20/21, S24/25. Do not breathe fumes/vapour/spray. Take off

contaminated clothing immediately. After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. Wear

suitable protective clothing. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment. Keep container

tightly closed in a cool, well ventilated place. When using, do not eat, drink or smoke. Avoid contact with skin and

eyes.

SUSMP Classification:

ADG Classification:

None allocated. Not a Dangerous Good according to Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG)

Code, IATA or IMDG/IMSBC criteria.

UN Number:

None allocated

GHS Signal word: DANGER

HAZARD STATEMENT:

H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.

H318: Causes serious eye damage.

H330: Fatal if inhaled.

H335: May cause respiratory irritation.

H351: Suspected of causing cancer.

H410: Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

PREVENTION

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

P260: Do not breathe fumes, mists, vapours or spray.

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

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

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

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

P273: Avoid release to the environment.

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

P284: Wear respiratory protection.

RESPONSE

P310: Immediately call a POISON CENTRE or doctor/physician.

P361: Remove all contaminated clothing immediately.

P363: Wash contaminated clothing before reuse.

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.

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P308+P313: If exposed or concerned: Get medical advice.

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

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.

DISPOSAL

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

Emergency Overview

Physical Description & colour

: Creamy white to grey liquid

Odour:

Characteristic odour.

Major Health Hazards:

Chlorothalonil is not harmful to mammals, but it can cause severe eye and skin irritation in

certain formulations. Very high doses may cause a loss of muscle coordination, rapid breathing, nose bleeding,

vomiting, hyperactivity, and death. Dermatitis, vaginal bleeding, bright yellow and/or bloody urine, and kidney tumours

may also occur. Very toxic by inhalation, limited evidence of a carcinogenic effect, may cause serious damage to

eyes, respiratory tract irritant, possible skin sensitiser.

Potential Health Effects

Persons sensitised to chlorothalonil should avoid contact with this product.

Inhalation:

Short term exposure:

Available data shows that this product is very toxic, but symptoms are not available. In

addition product is an inhalation irritant. Symptoms may include headache, irritation of nose and throat and increased

secretion of mucous in the nose and throat. Other symptoms may also become evident, but they should disappear

after exposure has ceased.

Long Term exposure:

No data for health effects associated with long term inhalation.

Skin Contact:

Short term exposure:

Classified as a potential sensitiser by skin contact. Exposure to a skin sensitiser, once

sensitisation has occurred, may manifest itself as skin rash or inflammation, and in some individuals this reaction can

be severe. However product is unlikely to cause any discomfort in normal use.

Long Term exposure:

No data for health effects associated with long term skin exposure.

Eye Contact:

Short term exposure

: This product is a severe eye irritant. Symptoms may include stinging and reddening of eyes

and watering which may become copious. Other symptoms such as swelling of eyelids and blurred vision may also

become evident. If exposure is brief, symptoms should disappear once exposure has ceased. However, lengthy

exposure or delayed treatment is likely to cause permanent damage.

Long Term exposure

: No data for health effects associated with long term eye exposure.

Ingestion:

Short term exposure

: Significant oral exposure is considered to be unlikely. This product is unlikely to cause any

irritation problems in the short or long term.

Long Term exposure

: No data for health effects associated with long term ingestion.

Carcinogen Status:

SWA:

Chlorothalonil is classified by SWA as a Class 3 Carcinogen, possibly carcinogenic to humans.

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

NTP:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NTP.

IARC:

Chlorothalonil 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.

SECTION 3 - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

CAS No

g/L

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Chlorothalonil

1897-45-6

not set

not set

Propylene glycol

57-55-6

<100

not set

Other non hazardous ingredients

secret

to 1 L

not set

not set

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

hazardous ingredients are also possible.

The SWA 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 may be equalled (but should not be exceeded) for no

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longer than 15 minutes and should not be repeated 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 (0800 764 766 in New Zealand) and is available at all

times. Have this SDS with you when you call.

Inhalation:

If inhalation occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre. Urgent hospital treatment is likely to be

needed. 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:

Irritation is unlikely. However, if irritation does occur, flush with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 5

minutes or until chemical is removed.

Eye Contact:

Immediately flush the contaminated eye(s) with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 20 minutes or until

the product is removed, while holding the eyelid(s) open. Take care not to rinse contaminated water into the

unaffected eye or onto the face. Obtain medical attention immediately. Take special care if exposed person is wearing

contact lenses.

Ingestion:

If product is swallowed or gets in mouth, do NOT induce vomiting; wash mouth with water and give some

water to drink. If symptoms develop, or if in doubt contact a Poisons Information Centre or a doctor.

SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Fire and Explosion Hazards

: The major hazard in fires is usually inhalation of heated and toxic or oxygen

deficient (or both), fire gases. There is little risk of an explosion from this product if commercial quantities are involved

in a fire.

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

Extinguishing Media

: In case of fire, use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam, water fog, coarse water spray.

Fire Fighting

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

self contained breathing apparatus.

Flash point

:

>76°C PMCC

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. Wear full

protective chemically resistant clothing including eye/face protection, gauntlets and self contained breathing

apparatus. See below under Personal Protection regarding Australian Standards relating to personal protective

equipment. Suitable materials for protective clothing include butyl rubber. Eye/face protective equipment should

comprise as a minimum, protective goggles. If there is a significant chance that vapours or mists are likely to build up

in the cleanup area, we recommend that you use a respirator. Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this

product. However, if you have any doubts consult the Australian Standard mentioned below (section 8).

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. Can be slippery on floors, especially when wet. Recycle containers wherever possible after

careful cleaning. Refer to product label for specific instructions. 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

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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 schedule of poison. Store packages of this product in a cool place. Make sure that containers of this product

are kept tightly closed. Keep containers dry and away from water. Keep away from heat and flame. Store in the

closed original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. Make sure that the product does not

come into contact with substances listed under "Incompatibilities" 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

)

Propylene glycol

not set

The ADI for Chlorothalonil is set at 0.01mg/kg/day. The corresponding NOEL is set at 1.5mg/kg/day. ADI means

Acceptable Daily Intake; NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. Data from Australian ADI List, June 2013.

No special equipment is usually needed when occasionally handling small quantities. The following instructions are

for bulk handling or where regular exposure in an occupational setting occurs without proper containment systems.

Ventilation:

This product should only be used where there is ventilation that is adequate to keep exposure below

the TWA levels. If necessary, use a fan.

Eye Protection:

Protective glasses or goggles must be worn when this product is being used. Failure to protect

your eyes may lead to severe harm to them or to general health. Emergency eye wash facilities must also be

available in an area close to where this product is being used.

Skin Protection:

If you believe you may have a sensitisation to this product or any of its declared ingredients, you

should 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:

Butyl rubber may be used, although other protective materials may also be suitable.

Respirator:

Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this product. However, if you have any doubts consult

the Australian Standard mentioned above.

Eyebaths or eyewash stations and safety deluge showers should, if practical, be provided near to where this product

is being handled commercially.

SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:

Physical Description & colour

Creamy white to grey liquid

Odour:

Characteristic odour.

Boiling Point:

Not available.

Freezing/Melting Point:

No specific data. Liquid at normal temperatures.

Volatiles:

No data.

Vapour Pressure:

No data.

Vapour Density:

No data.

Specific Gravity:

1.239 at 25°C.

Water Solubility:

Forms suspensions.

pH:

7-8 (as supplied).

Volatility:

No data.

Odour Threshold:

No data.

Evaporation Rate:

No data.

Coeff Oil/water distribution

No data

Autoignition temp:

No data.

Viscosity:

95mpa.s

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. Keep containers tightly

closed. Containers should be kept dry. Keep away from heat, flames and sparks. Store in the closed original container

in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.

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Incompatibilities:

No particular Incompatibilities.

Fire Decomposition:

Combustion forms carbon dioxide, and if incomplete, carbon monoxide and possibly smoke.

Water is also formed. May form hydrogen chloride gas, other compounds of chlorine. Carbon monoxide poisoning

produces headache, weakness, nausea, dizziness, confusion, dimness of vision, disturbance of judgment, and

unconsciousness followed by coma and death.

Polymerisation:

Polymerisation reactions are unlikely; they are not expected to occur.

SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicity:

An information profile for Chlorothalonil is available at http://extoxnet.orst.edu/pips/ghindex.html

Acute toxicity: Chlorothalonil is not harmful to mammals, but it can cause severe eye and skin irritation in certain

formulations. Very high doses may cause a loss of muscle coordination, rapid breathing, nose bleeding, vomiting,

hyperactivity, and death. Dermatitis, vaginal bleeding, bright yellow and/or bloody urine, and kidney tumours may also

occur. The oral LD

is greater than 10,000 mg/kg in rats and 6000 mg/kg in mice. The acute dermal LD

in both

albino rabbits and albino rats is 10,000 mg/kg. In albino rabbits, 3 mg of chlorothalonil applied to the eyes caused mild

irritation that subsided within 7 days of exposure.

Chronic toxicity: In a number of tests of varying lengths of time, rats fed a range of doses of chlorothalonil generally

showed no effects on physical appearance, behaviour, or survival. Skin contact with chlorothalonil may result in

dermatitis or light sensitivity. Human eye and skin irritation is linked to chlorothalonil exposure; 14 of 20 workers

exposed to 0.5% chlorothalonil in a wood preservative developed dermatitis. All workers showed swelling and

inflammation of the upper eyelids. Allergic skin responses have also been noted in farm workers.

Reproductive effects: Studies suggest that chlorothalonil will not affect human reproduction at expected exposure

levels.

Teratogenic effects: Long-term studies indicate that high doses fed to rats caused reduced weight gains for males

and females in each generation studied. A study of birth defects in rabbits showed no effects. Chlorothalonil is not

expected to produce birth defects in humans.

Mutagenic effects: Mutagenicity studies on various animals, bacteria, and plants indicate that chlorothalonil does not

cause any genetic changes. The compound is not expected to pose mutagenic risks to humans.

Carcinogenic effects: Based on evidence from animal studies, chlorothalonil's carcinogenic potential is unclear.

Male and female rats fed chlorothalonil daily over a lifetime developed carcinogenic and benign kidney tumours at the

higher doses. In another study, where mice were fed high daily doses of chlorothalonil for 2 years, females developed

tumours in the fore-stomach area (attributed to irritation by the compound) and males developed carcinogenic and

benign kidney tumours.

Organ toxicity: Chronic studies of rats and dogs fed high dietary levels show that chlorothalonil is toxic to the kidney.

In addition to less urine output, changes in the kidney included enlargement, greenish-brown colour, and development

of small grains.

Fate in humans and animals: Chlorothalonil is rapidly excreted, primarily unchanged, from the body. It is not stored

in animal tissues. Residues have not been found in the tissues or milk of dairy cows fed chlorothalonil.

There is no

data to hand indicating any particular target organs.

Chlorothalonil is classed by SWA as a potential sensitiser by skin contact.

Classification of Hazardous Ingredients

Ingredient

Risk Phrases

Chlorothalonil

Conc>=20%: T+; R40; R26; R37; R41; R43

SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Insufficient data to be sure of status.

Effects on birds: Chlorothalonil is practically nontoxic to birds. Most avian wildlife is not significantly affected by this

compound.

Effects on aquatic organisms: Chlorothalonil and its metabolites are highly toxic to fish, aquatic invertebrates, and

marine organisms. Fish, such as rainbow trout, bluegill, and channel catfish are noticeably affected even when

chlorothalonil levels are low (less than 1 mg/L). Its bioaccumulation factor is quite low.

Effects on other organisms: The compound is nontoxic to bees.

Environmental Fate:

Breakdown in soil and groundwater: Chlorothalonil is moderately persistent. In aerobic soils, the half-life is from 1

to 3 months.

Breakdown in water: In very basic water (pH 9.0), about 65% of the chlorothalonil was degraded into two major

metabolites after 10 weeks.

Breakdown in vegetation: Chlorothalonil's residues may remain on above-ground crops at harvest, but will dissipate

over time. Chlorothalonil is a fairly persistent fungicide on plants, depending on the rate of application.

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SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Disposal:

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

ADG Code:

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.

SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION

AICS:

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

The following ingredient: Chlorothalonil, is mentioned in the SUSMP.

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 (7

edition)

AICS

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

SWA

Safe Work Australia, formerly ASCC and NOHSC

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

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

THIS SDS SUMMARISES OUR BEST KNOWLEDGE OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY HAZARD STATEMENT: 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, November, 2014.

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

Phone (02)9251 4532

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