DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL 500 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
CARBARYL
Available from:
DAVID GRAY & CO PTY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
carbaryl(500g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
SUSPENSION CONCENTRATE
Composition:
CARBARYL CARBAMATE-METHYLCARBAMATE Active 500.0 g/L
Units in package:
20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
DAVID GRAY & CO
Therapeutic group:
APPLE | APRICOT | BEETROOT | CEREALS | COMMERCIAL AREA - GENERAL | CUCURBIT | DOMESTIC AND/OR PUBLIC AREA | DUBOISIA OR CORKWOOD
Therapeutic area:
INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ARMYWORM | AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST | BEE | BRONZE ORANGE BUG | BUDWORMS | CABBAGE MOTH | CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY | CLUSTER CATERPILLAR | CODLING MOTH | CORNELIAN BUTTERFLY | CUCURBIT STEMBORER | CUTWORM | CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP. | ENGLISH WASP | EUROPEAN EARWIG | EUROPEAN WASP | FIG LEAFHOPPER | FLEA | FRUIT THINNING | GRASS CATERPILLAR | GRASSHOPPER | GREEN TREEHOPPER | GREEN VEGETABLE BUG | HELICOVERPA SPP. | LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP. | LEAFHOPPER | LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH | LUCERNE FLEA | LUCERNE LEAFROLLER | MACADAMIA NUT MOTH | MACADAMIA NUTBORER | MACADAMIA TWIG GIRDLER | MIGRATORY LOCUST | MOTH | ORANGE FRUIT BORER | ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH | PASTURE COCKCHAFER | PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG | PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE | PINKWAX SCALE | PLAGUE LOCUST | PLANTHOPPER | POTATO MOTH | PUMPKIN BEETLE | RUTHERGLEN BUG | SANDAL-BOX HAWK MOTH | SITONA WEEVIL | SPINED OR LARGER HORNED CITRUS BUG | TOBACCO BEETLE | TOBACCO LEAFMINER | TWENTYEIGHT-SPOTTED POTATO LADYBIRD | WHITE WAX SCALE | WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER | YELLO
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: CEREAL GRAINS: DO NOT harvest fo r 14 days after application. DO NOT gr aze or cut for stock food for 14 days a fter application. PASTURES AND LUCERNE: DO NOT graze or cut for stock food for 7 days after application. Oranges Le mons Sweet Potato Turnips (Swede): DO NOT harvest for 3 days after applicati on. Mangoes: DO NOT harvest for 7 days after application. Stone Fruit (excep t cherries): DO NOT harvest for 5 weeks after application. Pome Fruit: DO NOT harvest for 11 weeks after application. Cucurbits (flowering): Withholding pe riod not required when used as directed (applied up to the time of flowering o nly). Macadamia Nuts Pecan Nuts: Wit hholding period not required when used as directed. Grapes: Withholding period not required when used as directed (fo r stem treatment for cutworm only).; Host/pest details: APPLE: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; APRICOT: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; BEETROOT: [BUDWORMS, CABBAGE MOTH, CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; CEREALS: [ARMYWORM, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., HELICOVERPA SPP., RUTHERGLEN BUG]; COMMERCIAL AREA - GENERAL: [EUROPEAN EARWIG, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; CUCURBIT: [ARMYWORM, BUDWORMS, CUCURBIT STEMBORER, CUTWORM, EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, TWENTYEIGHT-SPOTTED POTATO LADYBIRD, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; DOMESTIC AND/OR PUBLIC AREA: [BEE, ENGLISH WASP, EUROPEAN EARWIG, EUROPEAN WASP, FLEA, MOTH]; DUBOISIA OR CORKWOOD: [AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, CLUSTER CATERPILLAR, GRASSHOPPER, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., SANDAL-BOX HAWK MOTH]; GRAPE: [CUTWORM]; INDUSTRIAL LAND OR AREA: [BEE, ENGLISH WASP, EUROPEAN EARWIG, EUROPEAN WASP, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; LEMON: [BRONZE ORANGE BUG, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORANGE FRUIT BORER, PINKWAX SCALE, SPINED OR LARGER HORNED CITRUS BUG, WHITE WAX SCALE, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; LUCERNE: [BUDWORMS, LEAFHOPPER, LUCERNE FLEA, LUCERNE LEAFROLLER, SITONA WEEVIL]; MACADAMIA: [CORNELIAN BUTTERFLY, MACADAMIA NUT MOTH, MACADAMIA NUTBORER, MACADAMIA TWIG GIRDLER, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; MANGO: [FIG LEAFHOPPER, PINKWAX SCALE, PLANTHOPPER]; NECTARINE: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; NON-CROP AREA - GENERAL: [EUROPEAN EARWIG, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; ORANGE: [BRONZE ORANGE BUG, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORANGE FRUIT BORER, PINKWAX SCALE, SPINED OR LARGER HORNED CITRUS BUG, WHITE WAX SCALE, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; ORNAMENTAL: [CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, HELICOVERPA SPP., LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, TOBACCO LEAFMINER, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; PASTURE: [ARMYWORM, AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, BUDWORMS, GRASS CATERPILLAR, MIGRATORY LOCUST, PASTURE COCKCHAFER, YELLOW-WINGED LOCUST]; PASTURE GRASS SEED CROP: [ARMYWORM, AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, BUDWORMS, GRASS CATERPILLAR, MIGRATORY LOCUST, PASTURE COCKCHAFER, YELLOW-WINGED LOCUST]; PEACH: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; PEAR: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; PLUM: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; POME FRUIT: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; POTATO: [CUTWORM, EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; PRUNE: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; SORGHUM: [ARMYWORM, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., HELICOVERPA SPP., RUTHERGLEN BUG]; STONE FRUIT: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; TOBACCO STORAGE AND HANDLING EQUIPMENT: [TOBACCO BEETLE]; TURNIP: [BUDWORMS, CABBAGE MOTH, CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: APPLE: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; APRICOT: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; BEETROOT: [BUDWORMS, CABBAGE MOTH, CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; CEREALS: [ARMYWORM, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., HELICOVERPA SPP., RUTHERGLEN BUG]; COMMERCIAL AREA - GENERAL: [EUROPEAN EARWIG, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; CUCURBIT: [ARMYWORM, BUDWORMS, CUCURBIT STEMBORER, CUTWORM, EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, TWENTYEIGHT-SPOTTED POTATO LADYBIRD, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; DOMESTIC AND/OR PUBLIC AREA: [BEE, ENGLISH WASP, EUROPEAN EARWIG, EUROPEAN WASP, FLEA, MOTH]; DUBOISIA OR CORKWOOD: [AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, CLUSTER CATERPILLAR, GRASSHOPPER, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., SANDAL-BOX HAWK MOTH]; GRAPE: [CUTWORM]; INDUSTRIAL LAND OR AREA: [BEE, ENGLISH WASP, EUROPEAN EARWIG, EUROPEAN WASP, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; LEMON: [BRONZE ORANGE BUG, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORANGE FRUIT BORER, PINKWAX SCALE, SPINED OR LARGER HORNED CITRUS BUG, WHITE WAX SCALE, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; LUCERNE: [BUDWORMS, LEAFHOPPER, LUCERNE FLEA, LUCERNE LEAFROLLER, SITONA WEEVIL]; MACADAMIA: [CORNELIAN BUTTERFLY, MACADAMIA NUT MOTH, MACADAMIA NUTBORER, MACADAMIA TWIG GIRDLER, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; MANGO: [FIG LEAFHOPPER, PINKWAX SCALE, PLANTHOPPER]; NECTARINE: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; NON-CROP AREA - GENERAL: [EUROPEAN EARWIG, GRASSHOPPER, PLAGUE LOCUST, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; ORANGE: [BRONZE ORANGE BUG, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORANGE FRUIT BORER, PINKWAX SCALE, SPINED OR LARGER HORNED CITRUS BUG, WHITE WAX SCALE, YELLOW PEACH MOTH]; ORNAMENTAL: [CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, HELICOVERPA SPP., LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, TOBACCO LEAFMINER, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; PASTURE: [ARMYWORM, AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, BUDWORMS, GRASS CATERPILLAR, MIGRATORY LOCUST, PASTURE COCKCHAFER, YELLOW-WINGED LOCUST]; PASTURE GRASS SEED CROP: [ARMYWORM, AUSTRALIAN PLAGUE LOCUST, BUDWORMS, GRASS CATERPILLAR, MIGRATORY LOCUST, PASTURE COCKCHAFER, YELLOW-WINGED LOCUST]; PEACH: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; PEAR: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; PLUM: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; POME FRUIT: [CODLING MOTH, FRUIT THINNING, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, PEARLEAF BLISTER MITE]; POTATO: [CUTWORM, EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; PRUNE: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; SORGHUM: [ARMYWORM, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., HELICOVERPA SPP., RUTHERGLEN BUG]; STONE FRUIT: [GREEN TREEHOPPER, LIGHT BROWN APPLE MOTH, ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH, PEAR AND CHERRY SLUG]; TOBACCO STORAGE AND HANDLING EQUIPMENT: [TOBACCO BEETLE]; TURNIP: [BUDWORMS, CABBAGE MOTH, CABBAGE WHITE BUTTERFLY, CUTWORM - AGROTIS SPP., EUROPEAN EARWIG, GREEN VEGETABLE BUG, LEAF-EATING LADYBIRD - EPILACHNA SPP., POTATO MOTH, PUMPKIN BEETLE, RUTHERGLEN BUG, WINGLESS GRASSHOPPER]; For the control of certain insects in fruit, nuts, vegetables, crops and pastures; and for cert
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
52213
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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control

resistant

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Thiram,

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with

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apples

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with

highly

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materials

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lime

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SPRAY DRIFT STATEMENT

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PROTECTION

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ENVIRONMENT

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waterways,

water

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drinking

other

domestic

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with

chemirl

used

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STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

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closed

original

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cool,

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recycling,

replace

return

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preparing

spray

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wrist,

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warranty

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implied,

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product

other

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product

sold

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commercial

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widespread

use.

PUittt'lJSE.

MANNER,

CONTRARY

THIS

LABEL

JTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION.

GENERAL

INSTRUCTIO(!IS

insect!c!dal

resistance

manageme~t.

David

Grays

Carbaryl500

Flowable

Insecticide

Group

lnsectrcrde.

Some

naturally

occurfing

insect

biotypes

resistant

David

Grays

Flowable

Insecticides

other

Group

1AJnsectlcides

exist

through

nonnal

genetic

variability

insect

population.

resistant

individuals

eventually

dominate

insect

population

David

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

Insecticide

other

Group

Insecticides

used

repeatedly.

effectiveness

David

Grays

Garba

Flowable

Insecticide

resistant

individuals

could

significantly

reduced.

Since

occurrenc

resistant

ind.ividuals

difficult

detect

prior

use,

David

Grays

&

P!y.

Ltd.

accepts

liability

losses

that

resu~

from

failure

David

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

Insecticide

$ontrol

resistant

insects.

David

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

Insecticide

subject

specffi4

resistance

management

strategies.

further

information

contact

your

local

supplier

David

Gray

!&

P!y.

Ltd.

representative

local

agricuHural

department

agronomist

COMPATIBILITY:

David

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

l~secticide

combined\

spray

vat.with

following

fonnulated

compounds-eoi·

per-oxychloride,

Mald.ison,

Mancozeb,

Parathion-methyl,

Pirimicarb,

Pirimphos-methyl,

Propar

Surfactant,

Thirann,

Zirain.

mixture

David

Grays

carbaryl

Flowable

Insecticide

wit .

more

than

these

products

with

other

product

ineffective

cause

seriou$

damage.

such

mixture

recommended

would

therefore

entirely

user's

risk.

apply

combination

with

surrimer

apples

pears.

Combinations

with

Borax

should

used

immediately

after

preparation.

with

t)ighly

alkaline

materials

such

Bordeaux

mixture

lime

sulphur.

Residues

ca~affect

colouring

varieties.

efficacy

·Of

plant

tolerance

David

Grays.

Carbaryl

~lowable

ln~~cticide

~pplied

alone

combina~ion

with

compatible

products

affected

climatrc

condHrons

dunng

after

applicatron.

Davrd

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

Insecticide

Combinations

should

applied

during

abnonnally

hot,

cold

slow

drying

conditions.

· .

LABEL.

David

Grays Carbaryl 500 Plowable

itisecti~de

(Leaflet)

DATE:

7May2012

{Text

appearing

above

this

line

does

form

lal?el)

MIXING

David

Grays

Carbaryl

Flowable

!Insecticide

shake

po_ur

formulation,

which

non-

flammable,

Flowable

liquid,

which

w~i,ie

colour.

cont\lins

petroleum

solvents.

Shake

well

before

use.

Slowly

the(

req~ired

amount

this

product

water

spray

tank

~:~::~:;~LICATION

DETAilS

·.·

. ' .

When

using

tank

with

Spra~

·Oils,

product

AFTER

thoroughly

mixing

with

water

spray

tank.

. I

WITHOLDING

PERIODS

· ·

CEREAL

GRAINS:

h i:'kst

days

after

application.

graze

stock

food

days

after

ication

PASTURES

LUCERNE:

graze

stock

food

days

after

application.

Oranges,

Lemons,

Sweet

Potat

Potafo,Tumips

(Swede):

harvest

days

after

application.

Mangoes:

harvest

V

days

after

application.

Stone

fruit

(except

cherries):

D<1>

harvest

Weeks

after

appliCation.

fruit:

harvest

forl11

weeks

after

application.

Cucurbits

(flowering):

Withholdi~g

period

required

when

used

directed

(applied

time

flowering

only)

Macadamia

nuts,

Pecan

nuts:

ithholding

period

required

when

used

directed.

G~pes:

Withholding

period

required

when

used

directed

(for

stem

treatment

cutworm

only).

,,,.'

Re-entry

periods:

Ornamental

Plants:

i ·

allow

entry

into

treated

areas

re-handling

treated

plamts

workers

members

public

days

after

treatment.

Whe.

prior

entry

required

wear

rubber

gloves

cotton

overalls

buttoned

neck

wrist.

Clothin

gloves

must

washed

after

each

day's

use.

. .

Nursery

Stock:

Tree

crops

containers.

allo~

entry

into

treated

areas

re-handle

treated

plants

after

treatment.

When

prior

entry

rbhandling

required

wear

rubber

gloves

co.tton

overalls

buttoned

neck

wrist.

Clothin~

'gloves

must

washed

after

each

day's

use.

other

crops:

. ·

riot

allow

entry

into

treated

areas

after

treatment.

When

prior

entry

required

wear

rubber

gloves

cotton

overalls

oned

neck

and.wrist.

·Clothing

gloves

must

washed

after

each

day's

use.

·-~

IMPORTANT:

Several

days

high

humidity

rafn

after

spraying

result

some

damage

tender

foliage.

PRECAUTIONS-

POME

FRUIT:

Quinces.

Mcintosh

York

varieties

apples_

apply

Delicious

Williams

Favourite

apple

before,

during

shortly

after

frost

russet

occur.

apply

combination

with

surtJmef

apples

pears

fruit

spotting

occur.

LABEL.

David

Grays

Carbalyl500

Flowable

lnsect$de

(Leaflet}

DATE:

711fy

21112

'··

(Text

appearing

above

this

line

does

iorm

label)

P.ge6

.FRUIT

THINNING;

Application

cause

russet

bDelici'~'LIS

Williams

Favourite

when

·applied

before,

during

after

frost.

Some

leaf

burn

occur

foliage

humidity

V!!.ry

high

several

days

after

application.

Residues

affect

colour

varieties.

. .

PROTECTION

LIVESTOCK,

WlLQLlFE,

ASH,

CRUSTACEA

AN[)

.THE

ENVIRONMENT

contaminat~

streams,

.ri'!er:S,

waterways,

.water

used

irrigation,

drinking

other

domestic

purposes,

With

chem1q~l.

qr

used

containers.

. I .

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

·..

Store

closed

original

containers,

cool,

well

ventilated

area

away

from

children,

animals,

food

feedstuffs.

De;>

store

prolo

periods

dire~?~

sunlight.

Triple

preferably

pressure

rinse

ntainars

before

disposal.

rinsing

spray

tank.

dispose

undiluted

chemicals

recycling,

replace

return

clean

containers

recycler

designated

collection

. ·

recycling,

break,

crush

or'puncture

bury

empty

containers

local

authority

landfill.

landfill

available,

bury

containers

below

disposal

specifically

marked

this

purpose

clear

watejways,

desirable

vegetation

11nd

tree

roots.

Empty

containers

product

should

burnt.

· · ·

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Avoid

bare

skin.contact

With

treated

~urtace

days.

Poisonous

swallowed.

irritate

eyes

skin.

Avoid

contact

Wilti

eyes

skin.

When

opening

co11tainer,

preparing

spray

using

prepared

spray

wear

cotton

overalls

buttoned

neck

wrist,

washable

hat,

elbow-

length

rubber

gloves.

After

each

day$

use,

wash

gloves

contaminated

clothing.

FIRSTAID

poisoning

occurs,

contact

a doctoior

Poisons

Information

Centre.

Phone

Australia

·swallowed

induce

vomiting

glass

water.

further

illformation,

refer

available from

David

Gray.&

Ltd on the website:

www.davidgrav.com.au

WARRANTY

David

Grays

makes

warranty

ex~ressed

implied,

concerning

this

product

other

than

that

indicated

label.

Ex~pt

warranted

product

sold

Buyer

user

assume

risk

and/or

hahqling

arid/or

storage

this

material

when

such

and/or

handling

and/or

storage

contrary

to·

label

instructions.

Batch No:

Date

Manufacture:

David

.Gray

&

Rawlinson

Street

O'Connor

6163

Phone: (08) 9337 4g33

1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

2 Rawlinson Street, O'Connor, WA, AUSTRALIA, 6961

(08) 9337 4933

(08) 9337 4933 (B/H)

(08) 9337 8316

general@davidgray.com.au

http://www.davidgray.com.au/

DAVID GRAY & CO PTY LIMITED

DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

INSECTICIDE PESTICIDE

CARBARYL 500 FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE MANUFACTURER'S CODE: 25600 (1L), 25892 (5L), 25907 (20L)

21 Jun 2010

Fax

Supplier Name

Address

Telephone

Emergency

Email

Web Site

Synonym(s)

Use(s)

MSDS Date

Product Name

CLASSIFIED AS HAZARDOUS ACCORDING TO ASCC CRITERIA

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

RISK PHRASES

Harmful if swallowed.

SAFETY PHRASES

Keep out of reach of children.

Do not breathe dust.

Avoid contact with skin.

CLASSIFIED AS A DANGEROUS GOOD BY THE CRITERIA OF THE ADG CODE

2992

None Allocated

UN No.

Packing Group

DG Class

Hazchem Code

Subsidiary Risk(s)

3. COMPOSITION/ INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredient

Formula

CAS No.

Content

1-NAPHTHYL-N-METHYLCARBAMATE (CARBARYL)

C12-H11-N-O2

63-25-2

ADDITIVE(S)

Not Available

Not Available

Not Available

WATER

7732-18-5

Not Available

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DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

Product Name

Eye

If in eyes, hold eyelids apart and flush continuously with running water. Continue flushing until advised to stop by a

Poisons Information Centre, a doctor, or for at least 15 minutes.

Skin

If skin contact occurs, remove any contaminated clothing and flush skin with running water. If poisoned, give 1

atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs. Remove from contaminated area. Seek

immediate medical advice.

Inhalation

If inhaled, remove from contaminated area. If poisoning occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26

(Australia Wide) or doctor. Give one atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs. Apply

artificial respiration if not breathing.

Ingestion

For advice, contact a Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26 (Australia Wide) or a doctor (at once). If swallowed,

give one atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs. Seek medical attention immediately.

Advice to Doctor

Treat symptomatically.

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Fire and

Explosion

Evacuate area and contact emergency services. Toxic gases may be evolved in a fire situation. Remain upwind

and notify those downwind of hazard. Wear full protective equipment including Self Contained Breathing

Apparatus (SCBA) when combating fire. Use waterfog to cool intact containers and nearby storage areas.

Extinguishing

Prevent contamination of drains or waterways.

Flammability

Non flammable. May evolve toxic gases (carbon/ nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons) when heated to decomposition.

Hazchem Code

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Spillage

Contact emergency services where appropriate. Use personal protective equipment. Clear area of all unprotected

personnel. Contain spillage, then cover / absorb spill with non-combustible absorbant material (vermiculite, sand,

or similar), collect and place in suitable containers for disposal. Prevent spill entering drains or waterways. Avoid

generating dust.

Handling

Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated area, removed from fertilizers, moisture, seeds, acids, oxidising agents, alkalis,

heat or ignition sources and foodstuffs. Ensure containers are adequately labelled, protected from physical

damage and sealed when not in use. Large storage areas should have appropriate fire protection and ventilation

systems.

Storage

Before use carefully read the product label. Use of safe work practices are recommended to avoid eye or skin

contact and inhalation. Observe good personal hygiene, including washing hands before eating. Prohibit eating,

drinking and smoking in contaminated areas.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

7. STORAGE AND HANDLING

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/ PERSONAL PROTECTION

TWA

STEL

Exposure Stds

Ingredient

Reference

Carbaryl

ASCC (AUS)

5 mg/m3

No biological limit allocated.

Biological Limits

Engineering

Controls

Avoid inhalation. Use in well ventilated areas. Maintain vapour levels below the recommended exposure standard.

Wear splash-proof goggles, rubber or PVC gloves and coveralls. Where an inhalation risk exists (eg. if spraying),

wear a Full-face Class P3 (Particulate) respirator.

PPE

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DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

Product Name

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance

VISCOUS LIGHT BROWN LIQUID

Solubility (Water)

DISPERSIBLE

Odour

SLIGHT ODOUR

Specific Gravity

1.14 - 1.16

pH

NOT AVAILABLE

% Volatiles

NOT AVAILABLE

Vapour Pressure

NOT AVAILABLE

Flammability

NON FLAMMABLE

Vapour Density

NOT AVAILABLE

Flash Point

NOT RELEVANT

Boiling Point

NOT AVAILABLE

Upper Explosion Limit

NOT RELEVANT

Melting Point

NOT AVAILABLE

Lower Explosion Limit

NOT RELEVANT

Evaporation Rate

NOT AVAILABLE

Appearance

VISCOUS LIGHT BROWN LIQUID

Odour

SLIGHT ODOUR

Chemical Stability

Stable under recommended conditions of storage.

Conditions to Avoid

Avoid heat, sparks, open flames and other ignition sources.

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Material to Avoid

Incompatible with oxidising agents (eg. hypochlorites), acids (eg. nitric acid) and alkalis (eg. hydroxides).

Hazardous

Decomposition

Products

May evolve toxic gases (carbon/ nitrogen oxides, hydrocarbons) when heated to decomposition.

Hazardous Reactions

Polymerization is not expected to occur.

Health Hazard

Summary

Moderate toxicity - irritant. This product has the potential to cause adverse health effects with over exposure. Use

safe work practices to avoid eye or skin contact and inhalation. Carbamate pesticides may result in reversible

cholinesterase enzyme inhibition. Rapidly metabolised and excreted. When handled in small quantities the

potential for adverse health effects may be reduced. No adverse health effects are expected when the product is

used in accordance with label directions.

Eye

Irritant. Contact may result in irritation, lacrimation, pain, redness and blurring or dimness of vision.

Inhalation

Moderately toxic. Over exposure may result in irritation of the nose and throat, coughing, weakness, blurred

vision, nausea, vomiting, incoordination, breathing difficulties, excessive salivation and sweating. Due to the low

vapour pressure, an inhalation hazard is not anticipated with normal use.

Skin

Irritant. Contact may result in irritation, redness, pain and rash. May be absorbed through skin with harmful effects.

The reported dermal LD50 is 9000 mg/kg.

Ingestion

Moderate toxicity. Ingestion may result in nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, diarrhoea, fatigue, and sweating

and/or salivation. Ingestion of large quantities may result in breathing difficulties, muscle spasms and convulsions.

The reported oral LD50 (rat) is 1908 mg/kg.

Toxicity Data

1-NAPHTHYL-N-METHYLCARBAMATE (CARBARYL) (63-25-2)

Carcinogenicity: Not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity (IARC Group 3)

LD50 (Ingestion): 128 mg/kg (mouse)

LD50 (Intraperitoneal): 25 mg/kg (mouse)

LD50 (Intravenous): 18 mg/kg (rat)

LD50 (Skin): 2000 mg/kg (rabbit)

LD50 (Subcutaneous): 860 mg/kg (mouse)

LDLo (Ingestion): 250 mg/kg (hamster)

TDLo (Ingestion): 500 mg/kg (man)

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

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DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

Product Name

Environment

Carbaryl is highly toxic to fish and bees and moderately toxic to pets and livestock. Carbaryl does not

bioaccumulate in animal systems.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Waste Disposal

For small amounts absorb with sand, vermiculite or similar and dispose of to an approved landfill site only. Contact

the manufacturer for additional information if larger amounts are involved. Triple rinse (or preferably pressure

rinse) containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemicals on site.

Break, crush, puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority landfill. If not available, bury the containers

below 500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, vegetation and

roots. Empty containers should not be burnt.

Legislation

Dispose of in accordance with relevant local legislation.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

CLASSIFIED AS A DANGEROUS GOOD BY THE CRITERIA OF THE ADG CODE

2992

None Allocated

Shipping Name

UN No.

Packing Group

DG Class

Hazchem Code

Subsidiary Risk(s)

GTEPG

CARBAMATE PESTICIDE, LIQUID, TOXIC

Poison Schedule

Classified as a Schedule 6 (S6) Poison using the criteria in the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and

Poisons (SUSDP).

AICS

All chemicals listed on the Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances (AICS).

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Additional

Information

This product is used for the control of certain insects in fruit, nuts, vegetables, crops and pastures, and for certain

other uses as specified in the directions for use.

ORGANOPHOSPHATES-CARBAMATE PESTICIDES-LARVICIDES: These agents act by combining with and

inactivating the enzyme acetylcholinesterase (an enzyme involved in nerve muscle coordination). The inhibition of

the cholinesterase appears to be reversible following cessation of exposure at sub lethal concentrations (acute

exposure). The principal manifestations of poisoning with cholinesterase inhibitor pesticides are visual

disturbances, respiratory difficulty and gastrointestinal hyperactivity.

RESPIRATORS: In general the use of respirators should be limited and engineering controls employed to avoid

exposure. If respiratory equipment must be worn ensure correct respirator selection and training is undertaken.

Remember that some respirators may be extremely uncomfortable when used for long periods. The use of air

powered or air supplied respirators should be considered where prolonged or repeated use is necessary.

ABBREVIATIONS:

ADB - Air-Dry Basis.

BEI - Biological Exposure Indice(s)

CAS# - Chemical Abstract Service number - used to uniquely identify chemical compounds.

CNS - Central Nervous System.

EC No - European Community Number.

IARC - International Agency for Research on Cancer.

M - moles per litre, a unit of concentration.

mg/m3 - Milligrams per cubic metre.

NOS - Not Otherwise Specified.

NTP - National Toxicology Program.

16. OTHER INFORMATION

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DAVID GRAYS CARBARYL FLOWABLE INSECTICIDE

Product Name

OSHA - Occupational Safety and Health Administration.

pH - relates to hydrogen ion concentration using a scale of 0 (high acidic) to 14 (highly alkaline).

ppm - Parts Per Million.

RTECS - Registry of Toxic Effects of Chemical Substances.

TWA/ES - Time Weighted Average or Exposure Standard.

HEALTH EFFECTS FROM EXPOSURE:

It should be noted that the effects from exposure to this product will depend on several factors including: frequency

and duration of use; quantity used; effectiveness of control measures; protective equipment used and method of

application. Given that it is impractical to prepare a Chem Alert report which would encompass all possible

scenarios, it is anticipated that users will assess the risks and apply control methods where appropriate.

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT GUIDELINES:

The recommendation for protective equipment contained within this Chem Alert report is provided as a guide only.

Factors such as method of application, working environment, quantity used, product concentration and the

availability of engineering controls should be considered before final selection of personal protective equipment is

made.

COLOUR RATING SYSTEM: RMT has assigned all Chem Alert reports a colour rating of Green, Amber or Red for

the sole purpose of providing users with a quick and easy means of determining the hazardous nature of a

product. Safe handling recommendations are provided in all Chem Alert reports so as to clearly identify how users

can control the hazards and thereby reduce the risk (or likelihood) of adverse effects. As a general guideline, a

Green colour rating indicates a low hazard, an Amber colour rating indicates a moderate hazard and a Red colour

rating indicates a high hazard.

While all due care has been taken by RMT in the preparation of the Colour Rating System, it is intended as a

guide only and RMT does not provide any warranty in relation to the accuracy of the Colour Rating System. As far

as is lawfully possible, RMT accepts no liability or responsibility whatsoever for the actions or omissions of any

person in reliance on the Colour Rating System.

Report Status

This document has been compiled by RMT on behalf of the manufacturer of the product and serves as the

manufacturer's Material Safety Data Sheet ('MSDS').

It is based on information concerning the product which has been provided to RMT by the manufacturer or

obtained from third party sources and is believed to represent the current state of knowledge as to the appropriate

safety and handling precautions for the product at the time of issue. Further clarification regarding any aspect of

the product should be obtained directly from the manufacturer.

While RMT has taken all due care to include accurate and up-to-date information in this MSDS, it does not provide

any warranty as to accuracy or completeness. As far as lawfully possible, RMT accepts no liability for any loss,

injury or damage (including consequential loss) which may be suffered or incurred by any person as a

consequence of their reliance on the information contained in this MSDS.

Prepared By

Risk Management Technologies

5 Ventnor Ave, West Perth

Western Australia 6005

Phone: +61 8 9322 1711

Fax: +61 8 9322 1794

Email: info@rmt.com.au

Web: www.rmt.com.au

21 Jun 2010

End of Report

SDS Date

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