CUTLASS 500 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
DICAMBA PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE SALT
Available from:
ADAMA Australia Pty Limited
INN (International Name):
dicamba as dma(500g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE
Composition:
DICAMBA PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE SALT BENZOIC ACID-ARYLALIPHATIC Active 500.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 10L; 110L; 20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ADAMA AUST
Therapeutic group:
BARLEY - SEE LABEL | BETWEEN CROPPING | COMMERCIAL RYE - SEE LABEL | CONSERVATION TILLAGE WEED CONTROL | DIRECT DRILL | FALLOW (
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AFGHAN THISTLE | AMARANTH - SEEDLING | AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | ANGLED ONION | ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY | ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING | ANNUAL OR COMMON RAGWEED | ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL PHALARIS | APPLE-OF-PERU | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING | BELLVINE | BELLVINE - SEEDLING | BINDY-EYE | BITTER BARK OR QUININE TREE | BLACK BINDWEED | BLACK OR BRISBANE BLACK WATTLE | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING | BLADDER CAMPION | BLADDER KETMIA | BLUE GUM | BLUE HELIOTROPE OR BLUE TOP | BURR RAGWEED | CALIFORNIAN THISTLE | CALOPO | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING | CAPEWEED | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CENTRO - SEEDLING | CHARLOCK | CHICKWEED | CLEOME | CLEOME - SEEDLING | CLOVER | COBBLER'S PEGS | COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING | COMMON ICEPLANT | CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING | CONVOLVULUS GENUS | COTULAS | CREEPING KNOTWEED | CREEPING OXALIS | CREEPING/RUSSIAN KNAPWEED,HARDHEAD | CUDWEED | DANDELION - TARAXACUM OFFICIN
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: Do not harvest graze or cut for stock food for 7 days after application.; Host/pest details: BARLEY - SEE LABEL: [BLACK BINDWEED, CAPEWEED, CHARLOCK, CHICKWEED, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, DEADNETTLE, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, RADISH - RAPHANUS SATIVUS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SUNFLOWER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER PEA, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WARD'S WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BETWEEN CROPPING: [AMARANTH - SEEDLING, ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CENTRO - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED, CLEOME - SEEDLING, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING, COMMON ICEPLANT, CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FAT HEN - SEEDLING, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, ILLYRIAN THISTLE - SEEDLING, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED - SEEDLING, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR - SEEDLING, PARTHENIUM WEED - SEEDLING, PINKBURR - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SENSITIVE PLANT - SEEDLING, SIDA RETUSA - SEEDLING, SMARTWEED - SEEDLING, SORREL, SPEAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STEMLESS THISTLE - SEEDLING, SUNFLOWER, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, TARVINE - SEEDLING, THICKHEAD - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WILD OR PERENNIAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COMMERCIAL RYE - SEE LABEL: [BLACK BINDWEED, CAPEWEED, CHARLOCK, CHICKWEED, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, DEADNETTLE, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, RADISH - RAPHANUS SATIVUS, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SUNFLOWER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER PEA, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WARD'S WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CONSERVATION TILLAGE WEED CONTROL: [AMARANTH - SEEDLING, ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ANNUAL PHALARIS, APPLE-OF-PERU, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CAPEWEED, CENTRO - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED, CLEOME - SEEDLING, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING, COMMON ICEPLANT, CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FAT HEN - SEEDLING, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, ILLYRIAN THISTLE - SEEDLING, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MEDIC, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED, MINTWEED - SEEDLING, NATIVE AMARANTH, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, NOOGOORA BURR - SEEDLING, PARTHENIUM WEED - SEEDLING, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR - SEEDLING, REDSHANK,SLIM OR SPLEEN AMARANTH, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SENSITIVE PLANT - SEEDLING, SIDA RETUSA - SEEDLING, SMARTWEED - SEEDLING, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STEMLESS THISTLE - SEEDLING, SUNFLOWER, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, TARVINE - SEEDLING, THICKHEAD - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, THORNAPPLE - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, VOLUNTEER FIELD PEA, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WILD LETTUCE, WILD OAT, WILD OR PERENNIAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; DIRECT DRILL: [AMARANTH - SEEDLING, ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ANNUAL PHALARIS, APPLE-OF-PERU, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CAPEWEED, CENTRO - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED, CLEOME - SEEDLING, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING, COMMON ICEPLANT, CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FAT HEN - SEEDLING, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, ILLYRIAN THISTLE - SEEDLING, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MEDIC, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED, MINTWEED - SEEDLING, NATIVE AMARANTH, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, NOOGOORA BURR - SEEDLING, PARTHENIUM WEED - SEEDLING, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR - SEEDLING, REDSHANK,SLIM OR SPLEEN AMARANTH, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SENSITIVE PLANT - SEEDLING, SIDA RETUSA - SEEDLING, SMARTWEED - SEEDLING, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STEMLESS THISTLE - SEEDLING, SUNFLOWER, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, TARVINE - SEEDLING, THICKHEAD - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, THORNAPPLE - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, VOLUNTEER FIELD PEA, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WILD LETTUCE, WILD OAT, WILD OR PERENNIAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FALLOW (NO TILLAGE): [AMARANTH - SEEDLING, ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CENTRO - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED, CLEOME - SEEDLING, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING, COMMON ICEPLANT, CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FAT HEN - SEEDLING, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, ILLYRIAN THISTLE - SEEDLING, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED - SEEDLING, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR - SEEDLING, PARTHENIUM WEED - SEEDLING, PINKBURR - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SENSITIVE PLANT - SEEDLING, SIDA RETUSA - SEEDLING, SMARTWEED - SEEDLING, SORREL, SPEAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STAR THISTLE - SEEDLING, STEMLESS THISTLE - SEEDLING, SUNFLOWER, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, TARVINE - SEEDLING, THICKHEAD - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK - SEEDLING, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TREE HOGWEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WILD OR PERENNIAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; GRASS PASTURE: [CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, COMMON ICEPLANT, DOCK, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, ILLYRIAN THISTLE, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, PARTHENIUM WEED, RUBBER VINE, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SORREL, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, STAR THISTLE, STEMLESS THISTLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WATER PEPPER]; MAIZE - SEE LABEL: [ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, COBBLER'S PEGS, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FIELD BINDWEED, GREEN AMARANTH, GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, MINTWEED, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PARTHENIUM WEED, PIGWEED SPP., REDROOT OR REDROOT AMARANTH, REDSHANK,SLIM OR SPLEEN AMARANTH, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SUNFLOWER, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER LUCERNE, WILD OR PERENNIAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; MINIMUM TILLAGE: [AMARANTH - SEEDLING, ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY - SEEDLING, BATHURST BURR - SEEDLING, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACK BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEEDLING, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CENTRO - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED, CLEOME - SEEDLING, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS - SEEDLING, COMMON ICEPLANT, CONVOLVULUS - SEEDLING, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FAT HEN - SEEDLING, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, ILLYRIAN THISTLE - SEEDLING, KHAKI WEED - SEEDLING, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MINTWEED - SEEDLING, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR - SEEDLING, PARTHENIUM WEED - SEEDLING, PINKBURR - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SENSITIVE PLANT - SEEDLING, SIDA RETUSA - SEEDLING, SMARTWE
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
54792
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

RELEVANT

LABEL

PARTICULARS

A

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·

KEEP

OUT

OF

REACH

OF

CHILDREN

READ

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

BEFORE

OPENING

OR

USING

Approved

DIRECTIONS

FOR

USE:

Restraints:

spray

when

rain

seems

likely

occur

within

hours.

spray

when

weeds

with

rain

under

stress

from

drought,

soil

fertility,

extreme

cold

water

logging.

spray

outside

crop

growth

stages

recommended

crop

damage

result.

apply

crops

pastures

with

clover,

lucerne

medics.

CROP

&

SITUATION

WEEDS

STATE

Wheat.

Oats,

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

States

Barley,

Triticale,

Spiny

Emex),

Wireweed

(Hogweed).

Commercial

Seedling

Docks,

Tares,

Hexham

Scent

From

5 leafto

early

(Melilotus).

Wild

Turnip

(Brassica

tillering

tourneforti1),

Soldier

Thistle,

Mustards,

(Zadoks

15-22)

Wild

R,adish,

Capeweed,

Common

Ice-Plant,

Charlock,

Ward's

Weed,

Vetch,

Turnip

Weed

(Rapistrum

rugosum)

Wheat,

Oats,

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

only

Barley,

Triticale,

Emex),

Wireweed

(Hogweed),

Vetch,

Commercial

Variegated

Thistle,

Tares,

Sunflower,

From

leaf

early

Hexham

Scent

(Melilotus).

Docks

tillering

stage

until

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

WAonly

fully tillered

stage

before

Emex),

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

jointing

occurs

Bindweed).

Clover,

Hexham

Scent

(Zadoks

15,21-30)

(Melilotus).

Docks

Zealand

Spinach,

Climbing

Qld,NSW,

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed).

Doublegee

ACT.

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

Emex),

only

Wireweed

(Hogweed),

Hexham

Scent

(Melilotus),

Docks,

Clover,

Fat-Hen,

Variegated

Thistle,

Scotch

(Cotton

Woolly)

Thistle,

Sunflowers,

Vetch,

Tree

Hogweed

Wild

Turnip

(Brassica tournefortil).

Radish,

only

Mustards,

Tares,

Charlock,

Capeweed,

Sorrel,

Saffron

Thistle,

Chickweed,

Clover,

Common

Ice-Plant,

Hoary

Cress,

Ward's

Weed,

Turnip

Weed

(Rapistrum

rugosum)

CUTLASS

SELECTIVE

HERBICIDE

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RATE/HA

plus

MCPA

Amine

280mL

plus

MCPA

Amine

2.4-D

Amine

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Spray

when

most

weeds

have

germinated

leaf

stage.

some

instances

suppression

only

Wireweed

(Hogweed)

Capeweed

will

occur.

Spray

when

most

weeds

have

germinated

still

young

rosette

stage.

When

weeds

form

rosette,

spray

when

they

have

more

than

true

leaves.

some

instances

suppression

only

ofWireweed

(Hogweed)

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed)

will

occur.

CUTLASS

plus

2.4-D

Oats

ofthese

weeds

found

these

cereal

crops

well

above

weeds,

addition

MCPA

2.4-D

essential

Spray

when

most

weeds

have

germinated

still

young

rosette

stage.

some

instances,

suppression

only

Wireweed

(Hogweed),

Capeweed

Hoary

Cress

will

occur.

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RELEVANT

LABEL

PARTICULARS

CROP

&

SITUATION

WEEDS

STATE

RATE/ha

Wheat,

Oats,

Common

Ice-Plant

WAonly

plus

2,4-D

Barley,

Triticale,

Amine

Commercial

Chickweed,

Sorrel,

Wireweed

WAonly

plus

From

5 leaf

early

2,4-D

Amine

tillering

stage

until

plus

MCPA

Amine

fully tillered

stage

before

jointing

occurs

(Zadoks

15,21-301

continued

Mintweed

Qld,NSW,

plus

MCPA

only

Amine

plus

Wild

Turnip

(Brassica

tourneforti11,

Radish,

Qld,

NSW,

700mL

2,4-D

Amine

Mustards,

Tares,

Charlock,

Capeweed,

ACT,

Vic,

Sorrel,

Saffron

Thistle,

Chickweed,

Turnip

only

Weed

(Rapistrum

rugosuml

Wheat,

Barley,

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed),

Old,

NSW,

200-280

plus

Lynx®

Triticale,

Deadnettle,

Turnip

Weed

(Rapistrum

only

Commercial

rugosuml,

Wireweed,

Wild

Turnip

From

earlytillering

(Brassica tournefortit)

5 fully

emerged

main

stem

leaves,

plus

more

tillers! until

fully tillered

before

start

jointing

(Zadoks

21-301

Barley,

Triticale,

Volunteer

Peas

only

plus

CUTLASS

Commercial

From

leaf

until

fully tillered

before

jointing

occurs

(Zadoks

21-30)

Wheat,

Oats

Volunteer

Peas

only

plus

CUTLASS

From

leaf

until

fully tillered

before

jointing

occurs

(Zadoks

15-301

Grain

Sorghum

Caltrop

(Yellow

Vine),

Bathurst

States

320-560

From

31eaf

stage

Noogoora

Burrs,

Parthenium

Weed,

(NOT

until6

leaf

stage

Mintweed,

Annual

Gooseberry,

Blackberry

Central

Nightshade,

Fat-Hen,

Sunflower,

Seedling

Qldl

Maize

Perennial

Gooseberry,

Seedling

Khaki

Post-emergence

Weed,_Redshank,

Dwarf

Amaranth,

until

maize

Cobbler's

Pegs,

Field

Bindweed,

approx.

high

Thorn

apples

(Datura),

Bellvine,

Lucerne,

until15.days

Annual

Ground

Cherry,

Wireweed,

prior

tassle

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed),

emergence

Pigweed,

Common

Thistle,

Zealand

Spinach,

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

Emexl

Grain

Sorghum

Thorn

apple

(Datura),

Mintweed,

Qld,

NSW,

plus

LAtrazine

From

31eaf

stage

Amaranthus,

Black

(Giant!

Pigweed,

ACT,

plus

until

leaf

stage

Caltrop

(Yellow

Vine!,

Bladder

Ketmia,

only

Atrazine

Noogoora

Burr

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HERBICIDE

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CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CUTLASS

plus

2,4-D

Oats

these

weeds

found

these

cereal

crops

well

above

weeds,

addition

MCPA

2,4-D

essential.

Spray

when

most

weeds

have

germinated

still

young

rosette

stage.

some

instances,

suppression

only

Wireweed

(Hogweedl,

Capeweed

Hoary

Cress

will

occur.

mixture

with

2,4-D

Amine

must

used

Tasmania.

Spray

when

weeds

have

more

than

true

leaves.

higher

rate

larger

weeds.

Tank

mixes

CUTLASS

Lyn~

result

reduced

control

Wireweed

some

situations.

Apply

when

most

Peas

high.

Apply

when

most

Peas

high.

Apply

when

weeds

have

least

true

leaves.

treat

weeds

which

beyond

rosette

stage.

Method

of

Application:

boom

spray

overall

directed

spray,

applying

litres

water

hectare

aircraft

applying

451itres

hectare.

higher

rate

larger

weeds

where

Amaranthus,

Mintweed

Blackberry

Nightshade

major

problems

where

Annual

Perennial

Gooseberry

present.

Certain

Maize

varieties

develop

clubfoot

ofthe

prop

roots.

Apply

when

weeds

have

true

leaves.

apply

conditions.

Apply

boom

spray

overall

spray

applying

litres

water

hectare.

higher

rate

CUTLASS

where

Caltrop

Bladder

Ketmia

present.

DATE:

26/02/13

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RELEVANT

LABEL

PARTICULARS

"'

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".

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CROP

&

SITUATION

WEEDS

Rice

Pre-sowing

Post-sowing

either

before

permanent

water

until

rice

mid-tillering

stage.

Pinus

Radiata

Plantations

least

months

prior

planting

pines

Sugarcane

Post-emergence

Potatoes

Grass

Pastures

Perennial

Grass

Seed

Crops

Docks

Sorrel

pastures

planted

pines)

Naturally

regenerated

pines

Bathurst

Burr,

Bellvine,

Blackberry

Nightshade,

Calopo,

Caltrop,

Cleorne,

Cobbler's

Pegs,

Common

Thistle,

Convolvulus,

Fat-Hen,

Green

Amaranth,

Khaki

Weed,

Noogoora

Burr,

Parthenium

Weed,

Perennial

Gooseberry,

Pigweed,

Pink

Burr,

root

Amaranth,

Sensitive

Plant,

Sida-retusa,

Vine,

Thickhead,

Thornapple

Amaranthus,

Black

(Giant)

Pigweed,

Caltrop,

Mintweed,

Noogoora

Burr,

Pigweed,

Thornapple

(Datura)

Clover,

Docks,

Wireweed

(Hogweed).

Thistles,

Chickweed,

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed).

Black

Nightshade,

Fat-

NSW,

only

States

NSW,

ACT,

Vic,

only

QJd,

NSW,

WA,NT

only

Qld,NSW,

only

only

(seedling

docks)

(mature

docks)

plus

2.4-D

Amine

plus

Atrazine

plus

Atrazine

mL-1.2

Hectare

Litres

Knapsack

Pre-sowing:

Apply

before

August

cultivate

graze

days

after

planting.

Post-sowing: Preferably

apply

before

application

permanent

water.

permanent

water

been

applied

CUTLASS

applied

mid-tillering

stage,

provided

docks

exposed.

L)ha

boom

application.

Apply

September/October

period

before

sorrel

flowers.

Agral60,

Wetspray

another

non-

ionic

wetting

agent

mixture.

high

rate

where total

control

essential.

Apply

Spring.

Spray

when

most

weeds

have

germinated

young

rosette

stage

when

they

have

more

than

true

leaves.

Method

Application:

boom

spray

overall

directed

spray,

applying

litres

water

hectare

aircraft

applying

litres

hectare.

Apply

when

weeds

have

true

leaves.

apply

conditions.

Apply

boom

spray

overall

spray

applying

litres

water

hectare.

higher

rate

CUTLASS

where

Caltrop

present.

Apply

after

haulm

senescence

sufficient water

give

even

coverage.

mixed

with

Amitrole

2.4-D

improve

spectrum

weeds

controlled.

Refer

respective

labels

these

herbicides

application

rates.

suitable

surfactant

improved

coverage.

Note:

apply

when

potato

haulms

still

green.

Cotton

(Woolly

True

Scotch)

Thistle,

Variegated

Thistle,

Black

Spear

Thistle,

lllyrian

Thistle,

Doublegee

(Three

cornered

Jack,

Spiny

ex).

Parthenium

Weed,

Smart-Weed

(Water

Pepper).

Hexham

Scent

(Melilotus),

Stemless

Thistle,

Caltrop

(Yellow

Vine),

Horehound

Rumex

spp.,

including

Curled

Broadleaf

Docks

States

280-560

When

applying

boom

spray

seedlings

seedlings

110to

litres

mixture

seedlings

hectare.

~----+-----4-----~

Lfor

young

mature

plants

Common

Ice-Plant.

Hoary

Cress,

Sorrel

States

Saffron

Thistle

plus

2.4-D

Amine

young

mature

plants

20mL

plus

2.4-D

Amine

young

mature

plants.

plus

Agral

Wets

pray

wetting

agents

spray

mix.

2.4-D

Amine

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RELEVANT

LABEL

PARTICULARS

CROP

&

SITUATION

WEEDS

STATE

Non-Crop

Situation

Annual

Ragweed,

Blue

Heliotrope,

Burr

States

Ragweed,

Galvanised

burr,

Ground

Cherry,

Ox-Eye

Daisy,

Perennial

Ragweed,

Russian

Knapweed,

Skeleton

Weed,

Wild

(Fetid

Crow)

Garlic

California

(Perennial

Canada)

Thistle,

Field

Bindweed,

Paterson's

Curse,

Prairie

Ground

Cherry,

Ragwort,

Stinking

Mayweed

(Field

Chamomile)

Afghan

Thistle,

Artichoke

Thistle,

Star

Thistle

Horehound,

Angled

Onion

Weed

(Threecornered

Garlic),

Bladder

Campion,

Cotton

(Woolly

True

Scotch)

Thistle,

Docks,

Sorrel,

Stemless

Thistle,

Variegated

spotted)

Thistle

lllyr'ian

Thistle,

Parthenium

Weed,

Smart

Weed

Poverty

Weed

only

Mist

Flower

Qld,

only

Blackberry

Nightshade

WAonly

Creeping

Knotweed

WAonly

Slender Ice-Plant

WAonly

Khaki

Weed

WAonly

Rubber

Vine

WAonly

Grass

Pastures

Rubber

Vine

Qld,

Non-Crop

Situation

only

Turf

Catsear,

Cudweeds,

Pennyworth,

Lamb's

States

Tongue,

Fleabanes,

Fumitory,

Wireweed,

Chickweed,

Cotula,

Sorrel,

Dock,

Clovers,

Capeweed,

Toad

Rush,

Peppercress,

Dandelion,

Medics,

Scarlet

Pimpernel,

Creeping

Oxalis,

Pearlwort,

Trefoli,

Yarrow,

Bindy-Eye,

Jo-Jo

(Onehunga)

Fat-Hen,

Flowered

Mallow,

Purple-Top,

Qld,

NSW,

Stagger

Weed,

Swine

Cress

ACT,

Tas,

SA,WA,

only

Woody

Species

Moreton

(Carbeen),

Blue

Gum,

States

Bitter

Bark,

Brisbane

Black

Wattle

Mimosa

(Mimosa pigra)

only

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RATE/ha

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Per

Per100

Per

15

L

Hectare

Litres

Knapsack

minimum

1500

L/ha

water

carrier.

Agral60

Wets

pray

wetting

agents.

Spray

Russian

Knapweed

flowering.

Spray

Angled

Onion

Weed,

Bladder

Campion,

Ox-Eye

Daisy

Paterson's

Curse

before

flowering.

Spray

Wild

Garlic

during

Spring

before

bulbs

start

form

24ml

respray

later if

dormant

bulbs

shoot.

Spray

prior

flowering.

18ml

40ml

10ml

440ml

800ml

180ml

320-560

Blackberry

Nightshade

seedling

stage.

Creeping

1.2-2.4

18-36

Knotweed

apply

early

Summer

actively

growing

plants.

Slender

Ice-Plant

2,4-D

Khaki

Weed

spray

when

actively

growing

young

600ml

rosette

stage.

Rubber

Vine

apply

22ml

Autumn

during

active

growth.

140-280

20-40

Apply

during

April

May.

plus

plus

plus

application

misting

2,4-D

machines,

Ester

2,4-D

2,4-D

CUTLASS

water.

Ester

Ester

plus

18ml

minimum

1000

L/ha

4Lof

plus

plus

water

carrier.

spray

2,4-D

mlof

mlof

Buffalo

Grass,

Bent

Grass,

Amine

2,4-D

2,4-D

Lippia

Strawberry

Clover.

Amine

Amine

Spray

when

weeds

young

actively

growing.

partial frill

tree

injection technique

1 part

CUTLASS

with

12.5

parts

water

apply

ofthe

mixture

cuts

the_

softwood

more

than

spacings

around

circumference

each

tree.

2-2.4

60ml

Apply

actively

growing

plants.

Preferably

apply

during

season.

Retreatment

necessary

control

seeding

regroWth

(for

application

General

Instructions).

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ADDITIONAL·RESTRAINTS·FOR-CONSERVATION·Tili:AGE··~------··~·····

·-·-····-·-··~-

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···

-····--

··

···

··

When

grass

broad

leaf

weeds

present,

mixture

CUTLASS

Roundup

Wipe-Ou~.

disturb

treated

weeds

cultivation,

sowing

grazing

for 1

after treatment

annual

weeds

days

perennial

weeds.

treat

weeds

heavily

covered

with

dust

silt.

apply

if rainfall

likely within 6

hours

application.

Observe

plant

back

periods

listed

under

General

Instructions.

When

applying

soil

surfaces,

least

rainfall

required

before

plant

back

period

begins.

CROP

&

SITUATION

WEEDS

STATE

RATE/ha

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Seed

Salvage,

Amaranthus

(Red

Shank),

Native

Qld,

NSW,

160-240

plus

Wipe-Out450

excessively

Conservation

Amaranth,

Thistle,

Volunteer

Cereals,

ACT.

Vic,

400-600

Wipe-Out

conditions

occur shortly

tillage,

Turnip

Weed,

Wireweed

(Hogweed),

SA,WA,

500-700

after application

sowing

Direct

Drilling

Medics,

Variegated

Thistle,

Wild

Oats,

Wild

only

some

retardation of

crop

weed

control

Mustard,

Docks,

Paterson's

Curse

establishment

occur

fallow,

stubble

Barnyard

Grass,

Liverseed

Grass

NSW,

certain

broadleaf

crops.

pasture

prior

Spray

when

most

weeds

sowing

with a full

only

have

germinated

disturbance

Apple

Peru,

Mintvveed,

Noogoora

Burr,

Qld,

NSW,

still

young

rosette

implement

Yellow

Vine

(Caltrop),

Climbing

Buckwheat

ACT.

pre-tillering

stage.

(Black

Bindweed),

Barnyard

Grass,

Canary

only

lower

rate

when

weeds

Grass

(Annual

Phalaris),

Thorn

Apple,

Wild

prior

tillering

Prickly

Lettuce

seedlings.

Increase

Annual

Ryegrass,

Volunteer

Field

Peas,

NSW,ACT.

higher

rate

weeds

reach

tillering

10-15

Tree

Hogweed,

Capeweed

Vic,

diameter/high.

WAonly

grazed

situations if

heavy

Barnyard

Grass,

Liverseed

Grass

Qld,

160-240

plus

Wipe-Out450

grazing

occurred

only

atBOOml-1.2L

allow

re-growth

Sorrel

NSW,ACT.

160-240

plus

650-BOO

Wipe-

high

before

spraying.

Visible

symptoms

weed

Vic,

ml-1

control

WAonly

Wipe·Dut360

aooarentfor

10-21

davs.

Direct

Drilling,

Clover

States

Roundup'/Wipe-Out

conservation

Sprayseed'

required

tillage, no-till

(mixtures

Sprayseed

fallow,

minimum

plus

CUTLASS

must

tillage,

used

Tas).

Follow

between

cropping

label

recommended

rates.

applications

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

only

Spray

when

most

weeds

ex),

Wireweed,

Vetch,

Docks,

Tares,

have

germinated

Sunflower,

Hexham

Scent

(Melilotus),

still

young

rosette

Variegated

Thistle

stage,

when

they

have

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

WAonly

more

than

true

leaves.

ex),

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed),

Hexham

Scent

(Melilotus),

Docks

Zealand

Spinach

Qld,NSW,

ACT,

only

Climbing

Buckwheat

(Black

Bindweed),

Qld,NSW,

Doublegee

(Threecornered

Jack,

Spiny

ACT,

Vic,

Emex),

Wireweed

(Hogweed),

Hexham

Tas,

Scent

(Melilotus),

Docks,

Fat-Hen,

only

Variegated

Thistle,

Scotch

(Cotton

Woolly)

Thistle,

Sunflowers,

Vetch,

Tree

Hogweed

Chickweed,

Sorrel.

Wireweed

WAonly

Common

lee-Plant,

Hoary

Cress,

Sorrel,

States

plus

2.4-D

Amine

Saffron

Thistle

Caltrop

(Yellow

Vine),

Datura,

Bathurst

States

320-560

seedlings

Apply

when

weeds

have

Noogoora

Burrs,

Parthenium

Weed,

least

true

leaves

Amaranthus,

Mintvveed,

Annual

actively growing.

Gooseberry,

Blackberry

Nightshade,

Fat-

NOTtreatweeds

Hen,

Sunflower,

Seedling

Perennial

which

beyond

Gooseberry,

Seedling

Khaki

Weed,

rosette

stage.

Bellvine,

Cobbler's

Pegs,

Star

Thistle,

Black

higher

rate

large

Spear

Thistle,

lllyrian

Thistle,

Doublegee

weeds.

(Three

cornered

Jack,

Spiny

Emex),

Smart-

Weed

(Water

Pepper),

Stemless

Thistle,

Horehound

Rumex

spp.

including

Curled

Broadleaf

Docks

Convolvulus,

Sida-retusa,

Sensitive

Plant,

Qld,

NSW,

Pink

Burr;

Cleome,

Centro,

Thickhea(Tar-

ACT,

Vic,

Vine

Tas,

only

NOT

TO

BE

USED

FOR

ANY

PURPOSE,

OR

IN

ANY

MANNER,

CONTRARY

TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING

PERIOD:

DO

NOT

HARVEST,

GRAZE

OR

CUT

FOR

STOCK

FOOD

FOR

7

DAYS

AFTER

APPLICATION.

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RELEVANT

LABEL

PARTICULARS

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

RESISTANT

WEEDS

WARNING

CUTLASS®

Selective Herbicide is a I

GROUP

IIHERBICIDEI

member

the Benzoic acid group of

'-·

_._._..

____

__._

herbicides.

CUTLASS

Disrupter

plant

cell

growth

mode

action.

weed

resistance

management

CUTLASS

Group

Herbicide.

Some

naturally

occurring

weed

biotypes

resistant

CUTLASS

other

Group

herbicides

exist

through

normal

genetic

variability

weed

population.

resistant individu.als

eventually

dominate

weed

population

these

herbicides

used

repeatedly.

These

resistant

weeds

will

controlled

CUTLASS

other

Group

Herbicides.

Since

occurrence

resistant

weeds

difficult

detect prior

use,

FARMOZ

Pty.

Ltd.

accepts

liability for

losses

that

result

from

failure

CUTLASS

control

resistant

weeds.

Spray

when

weeds

young

actively

growing,

unless

stated

otherwise,

before

3-51eaf

stage.

MIXING

required

amount

product directly

tank

APPLICATION

Boom

Application: Apply

a properly calibrated

boom

spray

using

less

than

litres

water

hectare

unless

indicated

otherwise

Critical

Comments

column.

Aerial Application:

Apply

least

litres total

spray

volume

hectare.

aircraft

should

practical

under

prevailing

conditions

minimise

drift.

NSW,

ACT,

VIC,

Rate

per Hectare

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD

(DAYS)

Wheat

Barley

Oats

Triticale

280mL

560ml

NSW,

ACT,

VIC,

Rate

Hectare

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD

(DAYS)

Lupins Clover/ Mung

Sunflower Safflower

Medics

Beans

200ml

280ml

OLD,

ONLY

Rate

CROP

High

Volume

Application:

Apply

minimum

1500

litres

hectare.

Knapsack Application: A

litre knapsack treats

square

metres.

MIMOSA

CONTROL

Broadacre application:

Apply

2-2.4

L/ha

water

litres

water

hectare.

Helicopter

application

preferred.

High

Volume

application:

Apply

L in

L water

using

ground

equipment.

Thoroughly

leaves

stems

plant.

Basal

Bark application:

Apply

L water

plants

less

than

basal

diameter.

Spray

liberally

around

base

25-40

stem.

Stump

application:

Apply

L water

plants

basal

diameter.

trees

close

ground

level

possible

spray

freshly

surface

before

dries.

Note:

temporary

wilting

evident

crops

after

application.

seasonal

conditions

late

seek

further

advice

before

spraying

damage

result.from

spraying

crops

under

these

conditions.

Growers

should

seek

advice

before

spraying

recently

released

cereal

varieties.

Certain

maize

varieties

develop

clubfoot

prop

roots.

PLANT

BACK

PERIODS

CONSERVATION

TILLAGE

Wait for

following

periods

before

planting

following

crops

into

soils

sprayed

with

product.

applied

soil,

least

rainfall

required

before

Plant

Back

Period

begins.

Note:

If water-logging

occurs

shortly after sowing,

product

cause

some

reduction

crop

vigour.

directed

only

States

indicated.

NSW,

ACT,

VIC,

Rate

per Hectare

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD

(DAYS)

Pigeon

Peas

Soybeans

Millet

Cotton

NSW,

ACT,

VIC,

Rate

per Hectare

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD

(DAYS)

Sorghum

Maize

Rapeseed

Field

Chick

Peas

Peas

N.D.*

N.D.*

*Not

determmed

PLANT

BACK

PERIOD

Wheat,

Barley,

Oats,

Triticale,

Commercial

Rye,

160-240

ml/ha

Sorghum,

Maize,

Millet,

Sunflowers

Soybeans,

Mung

Beans,

Pigeon

Peas

days

Cotton,

Rapeseed

days

Note:

Qld,

Only.

crops

rates

above

ml!ha-

plant

back

period

days.

Following

potato

haulm

destruction

Tas:

rates

crops

included

above,

plant

back

period

weeks

applies

generally

weeks

seed

crops.

COMPATIBILITY

CUTLASS

compatible with Flowable lgran', RoundupCT,

Roundup,

Wipe-out

450,

Glyphosate,

Tackle,

Lynx,

2,4-D

Amine,

2,4-D

Ester,

Diuron,

Ordram'

(Molin

ate).

Also

compatible

with

Farmozine

other

Atrazines,

when

used

combination

with

these

products

some

temporary

visible

effects

crop

growth

observed.

PROTECTION

CROPS,

NATIVE

OTHER

NON-TARGET

PLANTS

apply

under

weather

conditions

from

spraying

equipment

that

cause

spray

drift

onto

nearby

susceptible plants/crops,

cropping lands

pastures.

Spray

equipment must

calibrated

accurately

prior

working

crops.

Keep

container

sealed

(airtight)

when

use.

prevent

damage,

permit

drift

vapour

spray

mist

come

into

contact

with

fruit

ornamental

trees,

vines,

vegetables,

flowers, tobacco

other

field

crop.

Minimise

spray

drift

using

pressure

nozzles

which

give

fine

droplet

size.

apply

this

product

near

desirable

trees

plants

locations

where

chemical

washed

moved

into contact with their roots.

high

wind. All spray

equipment

must

thoroughly

washed

after

must

used

spraying

horticultural

crops~

higher

rate

then

recommended.

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FISH;oCRUSTACEANS

AND

·

~~sAFETY"DIREC'I'IONS·

~~=·

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ENVIRONMENT

irritate

eyes

skin.

Avoid

contact with

eyes

skin.

When

container for

other

purpose.

opening

container

preparing

spray

wear elbow-length

contaminate

streams,

rivers

waterways

with

chemical

gloves

face shield

goggles.

product

skin,

immediately

used

containers.

wash

area

with

soap

water.

After

before

eating,

drinking

STORAGE

AND

DISPOSAL

smoking,

wash

hands,

arms

face thoroughly with

soap

Store

closed,

original

container

cool,

well-ventilated

area.

water. After each

days use, wash

gloves, face

shield and

store for prolonged periods

direct sunlight.

Triple

rinse

contaminated

clothing.

containers before disposal.

rinsings to spray tank.

FIRST

AID

dispose

undiluted

chemicals

on-site.

If recycling,

replace

poisoning

occurs, contact a doctor

Poisons

Information

Centre.

return

clean

containers

recycler

designated

collection

point.

Phone

Australia

131126.

recycling,

break,

crush

puncture

deliver

empty

packaging

approved waste management facility. If

approved waste

management

facility

available

bury

empty

packaging

below

surface

disposal

pit specifically

marked

this

purpose

clear

waterways,

desirable

vegetation

tree

roots,

compliance with relevant Local, State

Territory government

regulation.

burn

empty

containers

product.

Envirodrum

Micro

Matic

Valve

(110

L)

Store

original

sealed

Envirodrum

cool

well-ventilated

area.

store for

prolonged

periods

direct sunlight.

tamper

with the Micro Matic

valve

security

seal.

contaminate

Envirodrum

with water

foreign

matter.

After

each

ofthe

product,

please

ensure

that

Micro Matic

coupler

delivery

system

hoses

disconnected, triple rins(ld with clean water

drained

accordingly.

When

contents

Envirodrum

have

been

used,

please return the

Envirodrum

the point of purchase.

Envirodrum

remains

property

FARMOZ

Pty.

Ltd.

1000

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Product Name: Cutlass 500 Selective Herbicide

Page: 1 of 6

This revision issued: August, 2012

SAFETY DATA SHEET

Issued by: Adama Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

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

Section 1 - Identification of The Material and Supplier

Adama Australia Pty Ltd, Suite 1, Level 4,

Building B

207 Pacific Highway St Leonards, NSW 2065

ACN 050 328 973

Telephone (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

Emergency 1800 024 973 (24 hours)

Fax (02)9431 7700

Chemical nature:

Dicamba is a benzoic acid derivative.

Trade Name:

Cutlass 500 Selective Herbicide

Product Use:

Agricultural herbicide for use as described on the product label.

Creation Date:

March, 2003

This version issued:

August, 2012

and is valid for 5 years from this date.

Section 2 - Hazards Identification

Statement of Hazardous Nature

This product is classified as:

Xn, Harmful. Xi, Irritating. N, Dangerous to the environment. Hazardous according to

the criteria of SWA.

Not a Dangerous Good according to the Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code.

Risk Phrases:

R22, R52/53. Harmful if swallowed. Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse

effects to the aquatic environment.

Safety Phrases:

S2, S25, S26, S61, S24/25, S36/39. Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes. In

case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/Safety Data Sheets. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

Wear suitable protective clothing and eye/face protection.

SUSMP Classification:

ADG Classification:

None allocated. Not a Dangerous Good.

UN Number:

None allocated

Emergency Overview

Physical Description & colour

: Clear, almost colourless liquid.

Odour:

Mild, characteristic odour.

Major Health Hazards:

Symptoms of poisoning with Dicamba include loss of appetite (anorexia), vomiting, muscle

weakness, slowed heart rate, shortness of breath, central nervous system effects (victim may become excited or

depressed), benzoic acid in the urine, incontinence, cyanosis (bluing of the skin and gums), and exhaustion following

repeated muscle spasms. In addition to these symptoms, inhalation can cause irritation of the linings of the nasal

passages and the lungs, and loss of voice. Harmful if swallowed.

Potential Health Effects

See section 11 for Chronic exposure studies.

Inhalation

Short term exposure:

Available data indicates that this product is not harmful. In addition product is unlikely to

cause any discomfort or irritation.

Skin Contact:

Short term exposure:

Available data indicates that this product is not harmful. It should present no hazards in

normal use. However product may be irritating, but is unlikely to cause anything more than mild transient discomfort.

Eye Contact:

Short Term Exposure

: This product is believed to be mildly irritating, to eyes, but is unlikely to cause anything

more than mild transient discomfort.

Ingestion:

Short Term Exposure

: Significant oral exposure is considered to be unlikely. Available data shows that this

product is harmful, but symptoms are not available. This product is unlikely to cause any irritation problems in the

short or long term.

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Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

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

Carcinogen Status:

SWA:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by SWA.

NTP:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NTP.

IARC:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by IARC.

Section 3 - Composition/Information on Ingredients

Ingredients

CAS No

Conc,%

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Dicamba as the dimethylamine salt

1918-00-9

500g/L *

not set

not set

Other non hazardous ingredients

secret

10-30

not set

not set

Water

7732-18-5

to 100

not set

not set

* Dicamba, dimethylamine salt is present at sufficient concentration to give 500g/L Dicamba.

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

hazardous ingredients are also possible.

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

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

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

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

Section 4 - First Aid Measures

General Information:

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

this product. The number is 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia (0800 764 766 in New Zealand) and is available at all

times. Have this MSDS with you when you call.

Inhalation:

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

Skin Contact:

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

minutes or until chemical is removed. If in doubt obtain medical advice.

Skin Contact:

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

minutes or until chemical is removed.

Ingestion:

If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Wash mouth with water and contact a Poisons Information

Centre, or call a doctor.

Section 5 - Fire Fighting Measures

Fire and Explosion Hazards

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

involved in a fire.

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

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

Extinguishing Media

: Not Combustible. Use extinguishing media suited to burning materials.

Fire Fighting

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

self contained breathing apparatus.

Flash point

:

Will not burn until water component is driven off.

Upper Flammability Limit:

Does not burn.

Lower Flammability Limit:

Does not burn.

Autoignition temperature:

Does not burn.

Flammability Class:

Does not burn.

Section 6 - Accidental Release Measures

Accidental release

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

minimum, wear overalls, goggles and gloves. Suitable materials for protective clothing include rubber, PVC. Stop leak

if safe to do so, and contain spill. Absorb onto sand, vermiculite or other suitable absorbent material. If spill is too

large or if absorbent material is not available, try to create a dike to stop material spreading or going into drains or

waterways. Sweep up and shovel or collect recoverable product into labelled containers for recycling or salvage, and

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

enters drains, advise emergency services. Full details regarding disposal of used containers, spillage and unused

material may be found on the label. If there is any conflict between this MSDS 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.

Product Name: Cutlass 500 Selective Herbicide

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Issued by: Adama Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

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

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

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

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

materials listed in Section 10.

Storage

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

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

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

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

instructions on the label.

Section 8 - Exposure Controls and Personal Protection

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

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

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

SWA Exposure Limits

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

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

The ADI for Dicamba is set at 0.03mg/kg/day. The corresponding NOEL is set at 3mg/kg/day. ADI means Acceptable

Daily Intake and NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. Values taken from Australian ADI List, Sept 2011.

Ventilation:

No special ventilation requirements are normally necessary for this product. However make sure that

the work environment remains clean and that vapours and mists are minimised.

Eye Protection:

Eye protection such as protective glasses or goggles is recommended when this product is being

used.

Skin Protection:

You should avoid contact even with mild skin irritants. Therefore you should wear suitable

impervious elbow-length gloves and facial protection when handling this product. See below for suitable material

types.

Protective Material Types:

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

PVC.

Respirator:

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

the Australian Standard mentioned above.

Section 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties:

Physical Description & colour

Clear, almost colourless liquid.

Odour:

Mild, characteristic odour.

Boiling Point:

Approximately 100°C at 100kPa.

Freezing/Melting Point:

Approximately 0°C.

Volatiles:

Water component.

Vapour Pressure:

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

Vapour Density:

No data.

Specific Gravity:

Approx 1.18

Water Solubility:

Completely soluble in water.

pH:

No data.

Volatility:

No data.

Odour Threshold:

No data.

Evaporation Rate:

No data.

Coeff Oil/water distribution

-0.15 at pH 7 (log P octanol/water)

Autoignition temp:

Does not burn.

Section 10 - Stability and Reactivity

Reactivity:

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

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

Conditions to Avoid:

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

Incompatibilities:

strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidising agents.

Product Name: Cutlass 500 Selective Herbicide

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Issued by: Adama Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

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

Fire Decomposition:

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

heating. Carbon dioxide, and if combustion is incomplete, carbon monoxide and smoke. Hydrogen chloride gas, other

compounds of chlorine. Water. Carbon monoxide poisoning produces headache, weakness, nausea, dizziness,

confusion, dimness of vision, disturbance of judgment, and unconsciousness followed by coma and death.

Polymerisation:

This product is unlikely to undergo polymerisation processes.

Section 11 - Toxicological Information

Ingredient

Risk Phrases in HSIS

Dicamba

Conc>=25%: Xn; R22, R41

Note – R-phrases above are those for the acid. The salt (present in this product) will be far less aggressive.

Toxicity:

Acute toxicity: Dicamba is harmful by ingestion, by inhalation and dermal exposure. The oral LD

Dicamba is 757 to 1707 mg/kg in rats, 1190 mg/kg in mice, 2000 mg/kg in rabbits, and 566 to 3000 mg/kg in guinea

pigs. The dermal LD

in rabbits is greater than 2000 mg/kg. The inhalation LC

for Dicamba in rats is greater than

200 mg/L. Symptoms of poisoning with Dicamba include loss of appetite (anorexia), vomiting, muscle weakness,

slowed heart rate, shortness of breath, central nervous system effects (victim may become excited or depressed),

benzoic acid in the urine, incontinence, cyanosis (bluing of the skin and gums), and exhaustion following repeated

muscle spasms. In addition to these symptoms, inhalation can cause irritation of the linings of the nasal passages and

the lungs, and loss of voice. Most individuals who have survived severe poisoning from Dicamba have recovered

within 2 to 3 days with no permanent effects. Dicamba is very irritating and corrosive, and can cause severe and

permanent damage to the eyes. The eyelids may swell and the cornea may be cloudy for a week after Dicamba is

splashed in the eyes. (Note - this is for the acid, and may not be applicable to salts). In some individuals, Dicamba is

a skin sensitizer and may cause skin burns. There is no evidence that Dicamba is absorbed through the skin.

Chronic toxicity: Doses of 25 mg/kg/day in the diet administered to rats for 2 years produced no observable effects

on survival, body weight, food consumption, organ weight, blood chemistry, or tissue structure. Consumption of

Dicamba at high levels over a long period of time has been shown to cause changes in the liver and a decrease in

body weight in rats. In mice, some enlargement of liver cells has occurred.

Reproductive effects: In a three-generation study, Dicamba did not affect the reproductive capacity of rats. When

rabbits were given doses of 0.5, 1, 3, 10, or 20 mg/kg/day of technical Dicamba from days 6 through 18 of pregnancy,

toxic effects on the mothers, slightly reduced fetal body weights, and increased loss of foetuses occurred at the 10

mg/kg dose. These data suggest that Dicamba is unlikely to cause reproductive effects in humans at expected

exposure levels.

Teratogenic effects: No teratogenic effects have been shown in lab animals such as rabbits and rats exposed to

Dicamba.

Mutagenic effects: Dicamba has not been shown to be a mutagen.

Carcinogenic effects: Rats fed up to 25 mg Dicamba/kg/day for 2 years showed no increased incidence of tumors.

This evidence suggests that Dicamba is not carcinogenic.

Organ toxicity: Chronic exposure can lead to the development of the same symptoms as described for acute

exposure.

Fate in humans and animals: Dicamba was excreted rapidly by rats, mainly in the urine, when administered orally or

subcutaneously; 1 to 4% was excreted in the faeces. Mice, rats, rabbits, and dogs excreted 85% of an oral dose as

unmetabolized Dicamba in the urine within 48 hours of dosing. Eventually, between 90 and 99% of the dose was

excreted unmetabolized in the urine. This indicates that Dicamba is rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream from the

gastrointestinal tract. When Dicamba was ingested daily in the feed, the concentrations in different organs reached a

steady state within 2 weeks. When daily intake stopped, storage in the organs declined rapidly. It is therefore

concluded that Dicamba does not bioaccumulate in mammalian tissues.

Section 12 - Ecological Information

Harmful to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects to the aquatic environment.

Effects on birds: Dicamba is practically nontoxic to birds. The LD

for technical Dicamba in mallard ducks is 2009

mg/kg. The 8-day dietary LC

in mallards and in bobwhite quail is greater than 10,000 ppm.

Effects on aquatic organisms: Dicamba is of low toxicity to fish. The LC

(96-hour) for technical Dicamba is 135

mg/L in rainbow trout and bluegill sunfish, greater than 100 mg/L in grass shrimp, and greater than 180 mg/L in fiddler

crab and sheepshead minnow. The LC

(48-hour) for Dicamba is 35 mg/L in rainbow trout, 40 mg/L in bluegill, 465

mg/L in carp, and 110 mg/L in Daphnia magna, a small freshwater crustacean.

Effects on other organisms: Dicamba poses little threat to wildlife. Dicamba is not toxic to bees.

Environmental Fate:

Breakdown in soil and groundwater: Dicamba is moderately persistent in soil. The half-life of Dicamba in soil is

typically 1 to 4 weeks. Under conditions suitable for rapid metabolism, the half-life is less than 2 weeks. Metabolism

by soil microorganisms is the major pathway of loss under most soil conditions. The rate of biodegradation increases

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with temperature and increasing soil moisture, and tends to be faster when soil is slightly acidic. When soil moisture

increases above 50%, the rate of biodegradation declines. Dicamba slowly breaks down in sunlight. Volatilization from

soil surfaces is probably not significant, but some volatilization may occur from plant surfaces. It is stable to water and

other chemicals in the soil. Dicamba does not bind to soil particles and is highly soluble in water. It is therefore highly

mobile in the soil and may contaminate groundwater. In humid areas, Dicamba will be leached from the soil in 3-12

weeks.

Breakdown in water: In water, microbial degradation is the main route of Dicamba disappearance. Photolysis may

also occur. Aquatic hydrolysis, volatilization, adsorption to sediments, and bioconcentration are not expected to be

significant.

Breakdown in vegetation: Dicamba is rapidly taken up by the leaves and roots of plants, and it is readily

translocated to other plant parts. It some plant species, Dicamba accumulates in the tips of mature leaves. Desirable

broadleaf plants such as fruit trees and tomatoes may be harmed during their growth and development stages.

Residues of Dicamba on treated plants can disappear through exudation from the roots into the surrounding soil,

metabolism within the plant, or by loss from leaf surfaces.

Section 13 - Disposal Considerations

Disposal:

Instructions concerning the disposal of this product and its containers are given on the registered label.

These should be carefully followed. 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. No special transport conditions are necessary

unless required by other regulations.

Section 15 - Regulatory Information

AICS:

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

The following ingredient Dicamba is mentioned in the SUSMP.

Section 16 - Other Information

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

Acronyms:

ADG Code

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

AICS

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

SWA

Safe Work Australia, formerly ASCC and NOHSC

CAS number

Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number

IARC

International Agency for Research on Cancer

NTP

National Toxicology Program (USA)

R-Phrase

Risk Phrase

SUSMP

Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines & Poisons

UN Number

United Nations Number

Contact Points:

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

Fax: (02)9431 7700

Police and Fire Brigade:

Dial 000

Emergency contact:

1800 024 973 (24 hours)

If ineffective:

Dial Poisons Information Centre

(

13 1126 from anywhere in Australia)

The information contained in this Material Safety Data Sheet is provided in good faith and is believed to be correct at the date

hereof. However, it is expected that individuals receiving the information will exercise their independent judgement in determining

its appropriateness for a particular purpose. Adama Australia Pty Ltd makes no representation as to the accuracy or

comprehensiveness of the information and to the full extent allowed by law excludes all liability whatsoever, whether with respect

to negligence or otherwise, for any loss or damage arising from or connection with the supply or use of the information in this

Material Safety Data Sheet.

Product Name: Cutlass 500 Selective Herbicide

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This revision issued: August, 2012

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Issued by: Adama Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: (02)9431 7800 (office hours)

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

Please read all labels carefully before using product.

This MSDS is prepared in accord with the SWA document “National Code of Practice for the Preparation of

Material Safety Data Sheets” 2nd Edition [NOHSC:2011(2003)]

Copyright © Kilford & Kilford Pty Ltd, August, 2012.

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

Phone (02)9251 4532

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