ECHEM GLYPHOSATE 450 HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT
Available from:
ECHEM (AUST) PTY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
glyphosate as ipa(450g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE
Composition:
GLYPHOSATE PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT GLYCINE Active 450.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 200L; 20L; BULK
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ECHEM (AUST)
Therapeutic group:
ANNUAL GRASS WEED - SEED SET CONTROL | BAND SPRAYING | CALOMBA DAISY SEED SET CONTROL | CAPEWEED SEED SET CONTROL | COTTON - PRE
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AFRICAN TURNIP WEED | AMSINCKIA | ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL PHALARIS | ANNUAL WEEDS | AUSTRALIAN BLUEBELL - W. GRACILIS | BARBED WIRE GRASS | BARLEY GRASS | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BLADDER KETMIA | BOGGABRI WEED | BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES | BROWNTOP BENT | BUNCH SPEARGRASS | BURR MEDIC | BUTTON GRASS | CALOMBA DAISY | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CANARY GRASS | CAPEWEED | CARPET GRASS | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | COLUMBUS GRASS - SEEDLING | COUCH | COUCH GRASS | CUDWEED | DEADNETTLE | DOCK | DOCK - SEEDLING | ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL | FUMITORY | GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED | GOOSEBERRY | GRAIN SORGHUM - PRE HARVEST | HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD | HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD | JOHNSON GRASS | KIKUYU GRASS | LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS | LOVEGRASS | MEXICAN POPPY | MINTWEED | NATIVE MILLET | NEW ZEALAND SPINACH | NOOGOORA BURR | NUTGRASS | NUTGRASS - SEASONAL SUPPRESSION | PASPALUM | PATERSON'S CURSE | PERENNIAL PHALARIS - SUPPRESSION | PERENN
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: not required when used as directed .; Host/pest details: ANNUAL GRASS WEED - SEED SET CONTROL: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, BARLEY GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALOMBA DAISY, CAPEWEED, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP.]; AVOCADO: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; BANANA: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; BAND SPRAYING: [BARBED WIRE GRASS, BUNCH SPEARGRASS, CARPET GRASS, KIKUYU GRASS, LOVEGRASS, PASPALUM, RED NATAL GRASS, WIRE GRASSES]; BLUEBERRY: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; CALOMBA DAISY SEED SET CONTROL: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, BARLEY GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALOMBA DAISY, CAPEWEED, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP.]; CAPEWEED SEED SET CONTROL: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, BARLEY GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALOMBA DAISY, CAPEWEED, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP.]; CITRUS TREE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; COTTON - PRE-HARVEST: [BATHURST BURR, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS - SEASONAL SUPPRESSION, WINTER ANNUAL WEEDS]; COTTON - SHIELDED SPRAYING: [BLADDER KETMIA, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, COUCH GRASS, GOOSEBERRY, JOHNSON GRASS, NOOGOORA BURR, NUTGRASS, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, SOWTHISTLES, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD LETTUCE, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CROP - WEED CONTROL PRIOR TO SOWING: [AMSINCKIA, ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ANNUAL PHALARIS, BARLEY GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALOMBA DAISY, CANARY GRASS, CAPEWEED, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, DOCK, DOCK - SEEDLING, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FUMITORY, HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD, PATERSON'S CURSE, PERENNIAL PHALARIS - SUPPRESSION, PHALARIS, PLANTAIN, SAFFRON THISTLE, SCOTCH THISTLE, SILVERGRASS - ARISTIDA CONTORTA, SKELETON WEED - SUPPRESSION, SORREL, SORREL - SUPPRESSION, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SUPPRESSION, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY EMEX, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER - SUPPRESSION, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CEREAL, VOLUNTEER LUPIN, WILD OAT, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, YORKSHIRE FOG GRASS]; CUSTARD APPLE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; DESSERT FIG: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; GUAVA: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; KIWIFRUIT: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; LYCHEE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; MANGO: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; MONSTERA FRUIT: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; NUTS: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP., DOUBLEGEE - CRASSULA SPP., LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED, PATERSON'S CURSE, PIGWEED SPP., RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS - VULPIA SPP., SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY BURRGRASS OR GENTLE ANNIE, THORNAPPLE, VARIEGATED THISTLE, WILD MUSTARD - SISYMBRIUM SPP., WILD OAT, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS]; OLIVE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, BARLEY GRASS, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROME GRASS - BROMUS UNIOLOIDES, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CANARY GRASS - PHALARIS MINOR, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COUCH, DEADNETTLE - LAMIUM SPP.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
53289
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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eChem

GLYPHOSATE 450 HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

450g/L GLYPHOSATE present as the isopropylamine salt

GROUP

HERBICIDE

A non-selective herbicide for the control

of a broad range of annual

and perennial

weeds

as per the directions for use table.

IMPORTANT: READ ATTACHED LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

Contents: Bulk Litres

eChem (Australia) Pty. Limited

ABN 23 089 133 095

67 Boundary St, MOREE,

NSW 2400

Tel:

0267527427

Fax:

026752

7387

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed,

original

container in a cool, well

ventilated area.

Do not store for prolonged

periods in direct sunlight.

Empty contents fully into application equipment.

Close all

valves and return to point

of supply for

refill

or storage.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product

will

irritate the eyes and skin.

Avoid contact

with eyes and skin.

When preparing

product for use, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

After use and before

eating,

drinking or smoking,

wash hands,

arms and face thoroughly with soap and water.

After

each day's use,

wash contaminated clothing,

gloves and face shield or

goggles.

When using

controlled droplet

applicator, wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs,

contact

a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia 13 11 26.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)

Additional

information is listed in the MSDS, which is available from the supplier.

NOTICE TO BUYER

Seller warrants that the product conforms to its chemical

description and is reasonably fit for the purpose

stated on the

lapel

when used in accordance with directions under normal

conditions of use.

No warranty

of merchantability for a particular purpose,

express or implied,

extends to the use of the product

contrary

to label

instructions,

or under abnormal

conditions.

APVMA Approval

No: 53289/BULKl0406

Date of Manufacture:

Batch No:

©Copyright eChem (Aust) Pty.

Limited,

2000

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ec:hem

GLYPHOSATE 450

HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

450gIL GL

YPHOSATE

present

as the isopropylamine

salt

GROUP

HERBICIDE

A non-selective herbicide for the control

a broad range

annual

and perennial weeds as per the

directions for use table.

IMPORTANT: READ

ATTACHED

LEAFLET

BEFORE

USING

THIS

PRODUCT

Contents

200,

110

&

1000

Litres

N.R.A.

APPROVED

LABEL

(TEXT)

Label

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Date:

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eChem Glyphosate 450

20 March 2002

eChem

(Australia)

Pty.

Limited

ABN 23 089 133 095

67 Boundary St, MOREE,

NSW 2400

Tel: 02 6752 7427

Fax: 02 6752 7387

20, 200, 110

&

1000 Litre labels

Page 1

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

Store

in

the closed,

original

container in a cool,

well

ventilated area.

Do

not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Add rinsings to spray tank.

Do

not dispose

undiluted

chemicals on site.

Ifrecycling,

replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.

Ifnot

recycling,

break,

crush,

or puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority landfill.

Ifno

landfill is available,

bury the containers below 500rnm in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

waterways,

desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

For refillable containers:

Empty contents fully into application equipment.

Close all valves and return to point

supply for

refill

or storage.

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Product will irritate the eyes and skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When preparing product

for use, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

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

arms and face thoroughly with soap and water.

After each day's use,

wash contaminated clothing,

gloves and face shield or goggles.

When using controlled droplet applicator,

wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.

FIRST

If poisoning occurs,

contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Ph 13 I I 26)

MATERlAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)

Additional

information is listed in the MSDS, which is available from the supplier.

NOTICE

TO BUYER

Seller warrants that the product

conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit for the purpose stated on the label

when used in accordance with directions

under

normal

conditions

use.

No

warranty

merchantability

fora.

particular

purpose,

express or implied,

extends to the use

the product contrary to label instructions,

or under abnormal

conditions.

NRA Approval No:

53289/0.502

Date

Manufacture:

Batch No:

OCopyright

eChem

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Pty.

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eChem

Glyphosate

450

20

March

2002

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110

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1000

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GL

YPHOSA

TE

450

HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

450gIL GL YPHOSATE present as the isopropylamine salt

GROUP

HERBICIDE

I

A non-selective herbicide for the control

a broad range

annual

and perennial weeds as per the

directions for use table.

THIS LEAFLET IS PART OF THE LABEL

eChem (Australia) Pty. Limited

ABN 23 089 133 095

67 Boundary

MOREE, NSW 2400

Tel:

0267527427

Fax:

0267527387

eChem

Glyphosate

450

20 March 2002

20.200,

&

1000

Litre

labels

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of

14

DIRECTIONS

RESTRAINTS:

DO NOT spray

rainfall

is expected as rainfall within 6 hours of treatment may reduce the effectiveness of the product.

Heavy rainfall within 2 hours

treatment

the product

from the leaf surface and retreatment

may be necessary.

DO NOT disturb treated weeds by grazing. cultivation, sowing etc after treatment for one day for annual weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds to ensure complete uptake of the herbicide.

DO NOT

treat

weeds under an

stress from frost

cold disease

waterlo

"0

lack of moisture or disease.

Plants must be active!

Towin

to ensure

timum u take

roduct.

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

Before sowing a crop or pasture

For weed control prior to

sowiflll'.acrop or pasture

with

full soil

~bance

cultivatio~'sowing

with a

tyned implement

Barley Grass

(Hordeum leporinum),

Brame Grass

(Bromus unioloides),

Volunteer Cereals, Wild

Oats

(Avena spp.)

Annual phalaris

(Phalaris canarienstsi,

Annual

Ryegrass

(Lotium rigidum),

Silver Grass

(Vulpia

sPpJ

Winter Grass

(Poa annua)

Calomba daisy

(Pentzia

suffrucucosas

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Spiny Emex

Doublegee

(Emex australis)

Amsinkia

(Amsinkia),

Fumitory

(Fumaric

offtcinalts.

muralist.

Paterson's Curse/Salvation

Jane

(Echium plantaginium),

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus lanatus),

Scotch Thistle

(Onopordum

acanthium),

Spear Thistle

(Ctrcium vulgare),

Variegated Thistle

(Silybum marianum),

Volunteer

Lupins

(Lupinus angustifolius),

Wild Turnip

Brassicatourne

onu

Seasonal suppression

Perennial Phalaris

(Phalaris),

Sorrel

(Rumex

acetoselias,

Sub Clover

(Trifolium

subterraneums,

Sour sob

(Oxalis

pes-capraes,

Skeleton Weed

tChondrtlla

junceav-

fully emerged rosettes (NSW

Sub Clover

Trt

olium subterraneum

NSW, VIC, ACT,

Southern W

only

400mL·800mL pre

tillering

800mL-I.OL post

tilterin

800mL-I.OL pre

tillering

1.0·I.2L

tillerin

400mL-800mL less

than 8cm diameter,

800mL·1.

greater

than 8

diameter

800mL-I.OL less than

12 em diameter

r.o.i.zt.

greater than

12cm diameter

800mL·I.2L

I.2L

Use the Higher Rate when treating in cold/overcast conditions,

when using late in the season Use the lower rate on young weeds

and the higher rate on mature weeds

fully

tillered

grasses or

broadleaf weeds at budding or stem elongation.

If'weeds have been grazed heavily remove stock prior to spraying to

ensure regrowth to 6-8 em before treatment and use the higher rate.

To allow for herbicide uptake do not begin sowing for

day after

application for annual weeds and 7-10 days for perennial weeds.

cultivation or sowing does not take place within 21 days

retreatmem may be necessary.

Annual Ryegrass, Silver grass and Perennial grassea-

recommended to use a water volume of

70Uha

or more with low

volume nozzles to improve control

Crop Establishment: Sowing should not proceed until conditions

allow for the

formation

of a satisfactory seedbed. See Crop

Establishment for directions

Tank Mixtures: For improved control of clover add dicamba. Read

and follow all label directions for the tank mix product

For perennial weeds perennial phalaris, Soursob, Skeleton weed and

Sorrel this product will provide knockdown, seasonal suppression

and reduction in treated plant numbers.

eChem Glyphosate 450

20 March 2002

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SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

Before sowing a crop or pasture

For weed control prior to

sowing a crop or pasture

with

full

soil

disturbance

cultivation or sowing

with

tyned implement

SOUT~

AUSTRALIA

Before sowing a crop or pasture

For weed conlrol prior

sow.ng a crop or pasture

with

minimal or no soil disturbance.

the above weeds

Barley Grass

(Hordeum leporinum),Volunteer

Cereals

Wild Oats

Avena s

Annual

Ryegrass

(Lo/ium

rigidum),

Paterson's

Curse/Salvation Jane

(Echium plantaginium),

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus lanatus),

Scotch

Thistle

(Onopordum acanthium).

Silver Grass

(Vu/pia_spp.)

Spear Thistle

tCtrcium

vulgare).

Wild Mustard

(Sisymbrium officina/e),

Wild

radish

(Raphanus raphanistrum)

Wild Turnip

Brasstca tourne ortii

Erodium

(Erodium cicutariums,

Plantain

(P/antago_spp.).

Perennial Phalaris

(Photons

aquattcav;

Sorrel

(Rumex acetosellai.

Sub Clover

(Trtfoliumsubterraneums,

Yorkshire fog

(Holcus

/anatus

Dock

(Rumex

spp.s,

Flatweed

(Hypochoeris

radicata)

TAS only

NSW. VIC, ACT,

Southern W

only

1.21.-2.41.

800ml. -

1.21.

1.0 - 1.61.

1.2 -

1.6L

I.S -

2.0L

2.01.

TAS ONLY: Use 1.2L on annual weeds and 2.4L on perennial

weeds.

The product

may also be lank mixed with dicamba to

improve control of sorrel, dock and white clover. Observe dicamba

label

directions and plant

back periods.

Use the Higher Rate when treating in cold/overcast conditions,

when using late in the season. Use the lower rate on young weeds

and the higher rate on mature weeds ie fully tillered grasses or

broadleafweeds at budding or stem elongation.

If weeds have been grazed heavily remove stock prior to spraying to

ensure regrowth to 6-8 em before treatment and use the higher rate.

Annual Ryegrass, Silver grass and Perennial grasses

recommended to use water volumes of 70Uha or more with low

volume nozzles to improve control.

Do not sow if heavy trash is present.

Seeding may proceed I day after spraying annual weeds and 7 days

after spraying perennial weeds.

Aerial Application: May be applied by air provided a good seed bed

has been established. Always use the higher rates.

Tank Mixtures: For improved control of dock, sorrel and sub-clover

add dicamba. Read and follow all label directions for the tank mix

product. Addition of ammonium sulphate

2kg/IOOL

may improve

control when treating under adverse environmental conditions.

Pasture or Crop Establishment: Do NOT sow into excessive trash.

Trash may be removed by grazing after treatment. Grazing may

commence one day after treatment of annual

weeds (small) and 7

days for perennial weeds. Delay grazing for 3 days where annual

weeds are large. Sowing may proceed when excessive trash is

removed, but not sooner than one day after treatment of annual

weeds and 7 days for perennial weeds. See also Crop

Establishment.

Aerial (or Surface) Seeding: Delay seeding until trash is completely

removed by grazing and/or plant decay. When establishing pasture,

ensure application of

fertiliser and insecticides and follow-up

management is undertaken as required.

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SOUTHERN

AUSTRALIA

Before sowing a crop or pasture

For weed control

prior to sowing

a crop or pasture

with

minimal

or no soil

disturbance.

SOUTHERN AUSTRALIA

we~ntrol

to commence a

fallow

All the above weeds

BarleyGrass

(Hordeum leporinum),

Volunteer

cereals

Wild Oats

Avena s

Annual Ryegrass

(Lolium rigidum),

Brame Grass

(Bromus unioloides),

Silver Grass

(Vulpia

spp~)

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Paterson's

Curse/Salvation Jane (rosette)

(Echium

plantaginium),

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus

lana/us),

Scotch Thistle (Onopordum acanthium),

Silver grass (Vulpia spp.),

Spear Thistle (Circium

vulgare),

Wild Mustard (Sisymbrium orientale),

Wild Radish

(Rnphanus....raphanistrum), Wild

Tumi

Brassica tourne orti!

Hoary Cress (Cardaria draba)

Soursob

Oxalis

es-ca rae

Couch

C nodon dac

Ion

All the above weeds

Tas only

NSW, VIC, ACT,

Southern W

only

Tas only

1.2 -

2.4L

800mL-1.2L

1.2-1.6L

1.2L

2.4L

- 2.4L

TAS ONLY: Use 1.2L on annual weeds and 2.4L on

perennial

weeds. The product

may also be tank mixed with dicamba to

improve control

sorrel,

dock and white clover.

Observe dicamba

label directions and plant

back periods.

Use the Lower Rate on young weeds or where cultivation is to take

place within 21 days.

Use the Higher Rate where broadleafweeds reach stem

elongation/budding or where grasses are fully tillered.

Ifweeds have been grazed heavily remove stock prior to spraying

ensure regrowth to 6-8 ern before treatment and use the higher rate.

Soursob -Treat at tuber exhaustion

Hoary Cress -Trear from late rosette to early flowering

Annual

Ryegrass,

Silver grass and Perennial

grasses -

recommended to use water volumes

70Uha

or more with low

volume nozzles to improve control.

TAS ONLY:

Use 1.2L on annual

weeds and 2.4L on perennial

weeds. The product

may also be tank mixed with dicamba

improve control

sorrel,

dock and white clover.

Observe dicamba

label directions and plant

back periods.

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NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

For weed control prior to sowing

a summer or winter crop or in a

fallow

Annual Phalaris

(Phaloris spp.),

Barley Grass

(Hordeum vulgare),

Volunteer cereals, Wild Oats

Awna

s

Barnyard Grass

(Echinochloa crus-galli),

Button

grass

(Dactyloctenium radulans),

Columbus grass

(seedling)

(Sorghum xalmun),

Liverseed grass

(Urchloa sPP.),

Lovegrass/Stink Grass

(Eragrostis

cilianensis),

Native millet

(Panicum

decomposition)

Volunteer Sorghum

(Sorghum

hale

nse

Aust Bluebell (Qld only),

(Wahlenbergia gracilis),

Cudweed

tGnaphaltum

lutea-album),

Fumitory

(Fumaria officinalis),

Mexican Poppy

(Argemone

ochrofeuca),

New Zealand Spinach

(Tetragonia

!efragonoides),

Saffron Thistle

(Carthamus

Ianatuss.

Spear Thistle

(Circium vulgare),

Spurge

(Euphorbia sPpJ,

Stinking goosefoot

(Chenopodium

vulvartay

Black (giant) pigweed

(Trianrhema

portulacastrum),

Boggabri weed (Amaranthus

_macrocarpus),

Caltrop

(Tribulis

terresmsv;

Indian

Hedge Mustard

(Sisymbrium orientale),

Mintweed

(Salvia rejlexa),

Summer grass

(Digitaria ciliaris)

African turnip weed

(Sisymbrium theltungii.

Dead

nettle

(Lamiurn amplexicaules,

Sweet summer

grass

(Digilaria sanguinalis),

Variegated thistle

(Silybrurn marianurnj,

Volunteer sunflower

(Heltanthus annuus)

Northern NSW,

QLDonly

400mL·800mL

800mL·I.6L

800mL·I.2L

-BOOmL

up to 3cm

in height or diameter

or up to 5 true leaves

BOOmL~

1.2L greater

than 3cm

height or

diameter or 5 true

leaves.

600 -

BOOmL

up to 5

true leaves or 3cm in

height or diameter

800mL -

1.6L greater

than 3cm in height or

diameter

Use the Lower Rate on young weeds or where cultivation is to take

place within 21 days.

Use the Higher Rate where broadleaf weeds reach stem

elongationlbudding or where grasses are fully tillered. At more

advanced stages certain broadleafweeds may require the higher rate

range or the addition of2,4·D.

In winter (cold) conditions, symptoms on Deadnettle may be slow

to develop.

If weeds have been grazed heavily remove stock prior to spraying to

ensure regrowth to 6-8 em before treatment and use the higher rate.

Liverseed Grass and Barnyard Grass may be very sensitive to

moisture stress.

Dense stands may require re-treatment.

For aerial application see General Instructions. Do not apply by air

if temperature is over 30

Crop Establishment Sowing should not proceed until conditions

allow for formation of

satisfactory seedbed. See Crop

Establishment for directions.

Tank mixtures: Read and follow label directions.

restraints, plant

back periods, withholding periods and safety directions for the tank

mix products.

NOT tank mix with atrazine when spraying

barnyard grass or liverseed grass.

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NORTHERN AUSTRALIA

For weed control prior to sowing

a summer or winter crop or in a

faJlow

,",,,

Annual ground cherry

(Physal/is ixocarpa),

Bladder

ketmia (Hibiscus trianum),

Camel

melon (Citrullus

lana/us),

False castor oil plant

(Datura spp.),

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium occidentale),

Turnip

weed

(Rapistrum rugosum),

Wild lettuce

(Lactuca

saltgnas.

Wild Turnip

(Brass/co

toumeforttc,

Wireweed

(Polygonum avicularev

Pigweed

(Portulaca oleracea)

Sowthistle

(Sonchus oJeraceus)

Couch

grass

(Cynodon dactylon)

Johnson

grass

(Sorghum halepense)

Nutgrass

(Cyperus rotundus)

Northern NSW, Qld

only

800mL -

1.2L prior to

stem elongation!

budding. After that use

400mL -

1.2L plus

700mL

2,4-0

ester

(800gIL)

1.2-

this product alone

800mL -

1.6L

up to

20cm in diameter

600mL -

800mL

rosettes up to 3cm in

diameter

800mL -

1.6L greater

than 3cm in diameter

1.2-

2.4L

1.6-2.4L

2.4L

2.4L

As above

Use the higher rate on larger weeds. Control of pigweed over a wide

range of growth stages can be achieved with Metsulfuron(600 glkg).

Observe recropping intervals

Previously grazed plants may be difficult to control without allowing

full recovery.

Use the higher rate for dense infestations. Apply sequential

treatments during summer and autumn, with autumn being the most

effective. Repeat applications will be required for complete control.

For improved control use in conjunction with cultivation.

Use the higher rate on plants approaching seedhead stage. Apply to

plants with a minimum of 30cm new growth. Sequential treatments

will be required for long term control.

Make the first application to actively growing plants when at least

20% have reached the head stage (normally about Feb.). After

allowing maximum re-emergenceto occur (normally6-8 weeks), it is

essential to make a second application.

NOTE: Follow up treatments should be made as part of a nutgrass

control programme.

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ofl4

PASTURE RENOV A

AND TOPPING

',c'"

ITri'l.

....

,(I.iI!~)',

'ii,

,",':t,,,,',Z,,it!;,,,''''

',it;

Pasture with Poa Tussock present as a

Most annual weeds and Poa tussock

QLD,

2.4-J.2L

Before spraying

weed

(Poa Iobillardiiv

NSW,

graze heavily

For reduction of ground cover allowing

ACT,

remove stock 14 days or more before treatment

pasture renovation

VIC, TAS

apply after autumn break when plants are activelygrowing but before frosts begin

only

(March-May).

Increasing to the higher rate may give more effective reductions.

Sowing of new pasture may begin 14 days after sowing.

It is essential that correct

follow-up pasture establishment and management occurs after treatment.

Spot treatment

will

limit re-infestaticn

aeriallv applied (see aerial ecuinment)

Pasture

w~ent

Grass present as a

Annual weeds and Bent Grass

(Agrostis

TAS, VIC

2.0L

Apply late spring when seed heads have developedbut before the onset of summer

weed

tenuisv

only

moisture stress. Remove stock prior to spraying to achieve good foliage cover. Ensure

plants are actively growing.

For control/suppression of Bent Grass

10·21 days after spraying fully disturb soil with a tyned implement and then sow summer

before sowing a crop or pasture

cron and! or re-seeded nasture or croc the followina autumn.

Pasture Topping for the reduction of

Annual Ryegrass

NSW,

360mL

Use the Higher Rate for heavy infestation or where annual ryegass is present. Apply

seed set of annual grasses, Capeweed

(Lolium rigidum),

Calomba daisy

ACT,

before "haying off',

and Calomba daisy

(Pennia

VIC,SA,

Annual Ryegrass and Capeweed- Apply at Flowering

suttruticosol

WA,TAS

Other weeds> Apply at head to milky dough stage.

only

Stock should be removed before spraying to allow regrowth.

Barley Grass

tHordeumleportnums,

240-360mL

Pasture legumes may be affected. Do not apply to medic/clover crops to be used for hay

Brome grass

(Bromus unioloides),

or seed.

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Silver Grass

(Vulpia spp.)

Pasture manipulation for the control

Carpet Grass

(Xonopus spp.),

Kikuyu

WA,ACT,

1.1-4.8L

Apply the Lower Rate for suppression only. The Higher Rate will provide control.

/suppression of certain grasses before

(Pennisetumclandestmumt.

Paspalum

NSW,

sowing soybeans, forage crops or

(PasDalum dilatatumv

VIC only

Band Spraying: Band spraying may be done immediatelyafter the sowing operation.

Leucaena

Mount the nozzles behind the coulter/tynes/press wheel assembly of the band seeder.

Camet Grass Pasnalum

QLD only

1.1-4.8L

Adjust to spray 0.5 to lm strips. Ensure minimal disturbance of pasture. Excessive dust

created in the seeding operation may reduce herbicide activity. Pasture seed set must be

Kikuvu

500mL-4.8L

drilled at the appropriate depth and covered by soil.

Barbed wire grass

(Cymbopogon

refroctruss,

2.4L

Leaucana

(QLD ONLY)

Band spraying may be also applied as a

Black spear grass

(Hederopogon

Rows should be 4m apart. Use

2Uha

with single taper fan nozzle LFI·80 mounted at the

band or strip spray

contortuss.

Wire grasses

(Aristida

sPpJ,

rear of a single row planter giving a Im swath.

Love Grasses

(Erogrostis_spp.),

Natal Grass

(Rhynchelytrom repensv.

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Cotton

Pre Harvest

Do not

crops

intended

seed

production

Cotton

Shielded Sprayers

Sugar Cane

Ratoon Control

Bathurst Burr

spinosum)

Noogoora Burr (X occidentale)

Winter Annual Weeds including Sow

Thistle/milk

thistle

(Sonchus

oleraceus)

Nutgrass (seasonal suppression only)

Refer

weeds

controlled

section

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA:

fallows or prior to sowing a crop

Cassius, Q115, Q122, Q94

NCOJIO,

QI07

Qld&NSW

only

Refer to weeds controlled

section

NORTHERN

AUSTRALIA:

In fallows or

prior to sowing a crop

2.4-J.2L

J.2-4L

4-4.8L

4.8-7.2L

Use the lower

rate on

light

infestations

small

weeds,

where the crop canopy allows adequate

spray

coverage

the weeds.

Increase to the

higher

rate

when the

crop canopy

limit

coverage,

when treating dense infestations,

or when treating larger weeds.

Apply

alone or in tank

mixtures

with

Harvade

Dropp'.

Apply when at

least

bolts

are open and immature

bolts

cannot

be easily cut

with a sharp

knife.

Where

a leafy canopy limits

spray coverage,

reduced weed control

can be expected.

For best

results under

these conditions,

delay application

until

the canopy re-opens following initial

conditioning treatment.

Where control

of Nut

grass or Noogoora burr

is required,

treatments should be applied prior

the onset

frosts.

When tank mixed with defoliants,

a slightly higher

proportion

cotton

leaf

may be

retained,

particularly where

higher

rate

used.

Read

follow all

label

instructions for the tank mix product.

Apply this product

to weeds growing between crop rows using a shielded sprayer.

Do not

apply

to crops

less than 20cm high.

Do not

allow spray or spray drift

to contact any part

the cotton

plants as severe injury or destruction may result.

Apply when ratoons are actively growing and are 60-100cm tall.

DO NOT apply if

plants

are under stress from water logging or low moisture.

Use the Lower Rate for suppression or where control

by cultivation is planned.

Use the

Higher Rate for control.

Boom height

must

allow for correct

overlap

the spray pattern at the top

the crop

canopy.

RICE

DIRECT

DRILLING

NSW ONLY

Rice

Direct

Drilling

Annual Ryegrass

(Lolium rigidum),

Annual

Phalaris

(Phalaris

canariensis),

Barley Grass

(Hordeum feporinum),

Burr Medic

(Medicago sPp.),Sub

Clover

(Trifolium subterraneum),

Winter

Grass (Poa

annual

800mL-I.OL

If plants are drought stressed a pre watering must

be applied.

If the site has been grazed allow plants

to regrow to 6-8 em before treatment

For the control

Annual

Ryegrass use the higher rate.

Crop Sowing- Sow 1-14 days after treatment.

Residual

control

will only be achieved by adding

another suitable herbicide.

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Sorghum control

before harvest

Sorghulltcontrol

Posth~

Grain sorghum

(Sorghum bieolor)

Sorghum stubble (grain sorghum)

(Sorghum bicolorv

QLD,

ACT,

only

QLD,

ACT,

only

1.2 -

1.6L

800mL-I.2L for

new regrowth

from slashed

stubble

1.2 -

1.6L

standing green

stubble

DO NOT apply to varieties intended for seed production or varieties prone to lodging.

DO NOT apply to crop under stress from factors such as waterlogging, frost, disease, low moisture etc.

Apply when grain moisture is less than 25%. The product can be applied when some browning has

occurred.

Use the Lower Rate for control of the crop, late tillers and

ratoon

regrowth.

Use the Higher Rate for better suppression

ratoon regro

Treatment may increase potential for crop lodging especially if the crop has been stressed by [ow

moisture. In this situation harvest as soon as possible after sufficient dry brown to prevent further

lodging.

CAUTION: Sor

hum rna

be natural!

toxic to stock.

DO NOT apply if plants are stressed from such factors as waterlogging, frost, disease,low moisture, elc.

For slashed stubble and spring regrowth apply when regrowth is at least 20cm high.

Standing Stubble - apply only if sufficient green leaf is present. Allow

regrowth

of at least

cm if

grazing has occurred.

Use the Lower Rate for knockdown and

regro

th suppression where cultivation is to follow.

Use the Higher Rate for better control of regrowth.

is important to note that variable results can occur if the crop has been under stress or grown under

marginal conditions. The varieties Ruby, Trump, Nugget 2, Goldrush 2 and Prize are particularly

susceptible if growing conditions are not ideal

CAUTION:

naturall

toxic

stock.

Use this rate for standing stubble if sufficiently green and for fresh spring

regrov..

TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,

OR IN ANY MANNER,

CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION

WITHHOLDING PERIOD:

NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED

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GENERAL

INSTRUCTIONS

This product is a non-selective liquid herbicide effective in the control

many annual

and perennial grasses and broadleaf

weeds in

crop

areas,

land

preparations

and

non-crop

areas.

This

'product

is

inactivated

on

contact

with the soil and does not

provide residual weed control.

is absorbed by the plant foliage and green stems and moves through the plant from point

contact to root

system.

Visible effects are gradual

yellowing,

and wilting

the plant which advances to complete browning

growth above the

ground and deterioration

underground plant

parts.

Visible effects takes 3 to 7 days on annual

weeds,

whereas on perennial weeds it may take 2 to 3 weeks or longer depending

on weather conditions following spraying.

No withholding period is required for this product.

However to ensure herbicide absorption, grazing

treated areas should

be delayed at least one day after treatment

annual

weeds

7 days for perennial weeds.

Certain plants (eg soursob,

variegated thistle) are known to be naturally toxic to stock. Where known toxic plants are present, do not allow stock to

graze until complete brown out

treated plants has occurred.

RESISTANT

WEEDS

WARNING

GROUP

HERBICIDE

I

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide

is a member

glycine group

herbicides.

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450

Herbicide has the inhibitor

EPSP synthase mode

action.

weed resistance management

eChem GLYPHOSATE

450 Herbicide is a Group M Herbicide.

Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to the product and other inhibitors

EPSP synthase herbicides may exist

through normal

genetic variability in any weed population.

The resistant

individuals can eventually dominate the weed

population if these herbicides are used repeatedly.

These resistant weeds will not

be controlled by eChem GLYPHOSATE

450 Herbicide or any other inhibitors

EPSP synthase herbicide.

Since the occurrence

resistant weeds

difficult to detect prior to use,

eChem (Aust) Pty.

Limited accepts no liability for

any losses that may result

from the failure

this product to control resistant weeds.

CROP

ESTABLISHMENT

This product is recommended for the control

emerged weeds prior to crop establishment.

Suitable cultivation and/or

sowing operations are required to provide seedbed conditions satisfactory for crop germination

development.

Spraying

early to control young weeds will favour preparation

suitable seedbeds. On friable soils where there is only a light cover

young weeds,

sowing may proceed satisfactorily from one day after spraying.

In situations

heavy weed growth,

sowing should be delayed until weed decay and soil conditions allow formation

a favourable seedbed.

Incorporation

green or decaying vegetation and roots into the seedbed by cultivation or sowing may cause retarded crop emergence,

particularly in cold and/or wet conditions.

Vegetation may be reduced by grazing, and weed decay may be assisted by

cultivation to leave trash on the surface.

In marginal seedbed conditions take care to achieve the correct seeding depth,

avoid use of

pre-emergence

herbicides

where

label directions advise risk

of

retarded

cropemergence.

MIXING

I.

Clean spray

tank

and assure

it

is free frorrfresidues

of

previous spray

materiais.

Fill the spray tank with

half

the required amount

clean water.

Add the required amount

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide and mix well before adding the remaining water.

If surfactant is required,

add this last to minimise foaming.

Agitate well before spraying.

When preparing spray solution, use clean water since hard water containing calcium salts could inactivate glyphosate.

Spray solutions

this product should be mixed,

stored

applied only in stainless'

steel,

aluminum,

brass,

copper,

fiberglass,

plastic or plastic lined spray tanks.

Do not

mix or store the product or spray solutions in galvanized steel

unlined steel

(except stainless steel).

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TANK

MIXES

When tank mixing with other products read and follow all label

directions,

restraints,

plant

back periods.

Withholding

periods and safety and first aid directions for the tank mix products.

This product is compatible with the following insecticides: chlorpyrifos, dimethoate,

fenitrothion,

gusithion

Imidan', Le

Mat',

Lorsban',

rnetasystox'

and

Sumithiou'

Other insecticides have not been tested.

Atrazinesrrriazines

eChem GL YPHOSA TE 450 Herbicide may be tank mixed with Atrazine Flowable or Triazine Flowable for knockdown

and residual weed control.

Addition

crystalline ammonium sulphate at 2% w/v (2 kg/I 00 litre spray solution) is recommended to avoid antagonism.

Dicamba

eChem GLYPHOSA TE 450 Herbicide and Dicamba may be tank mixed for more effective control

Sorrel, Sub.

Clover,

medics.

2,4-D

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide may be tank mixed with 2,4-D Ester or

2,4-0

Isopropylamine for improved control

broadleaf weeds.

Chlorsulfuron

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide and chlorsulfuron tank mix will provide knockdown and residual

weed control

fallow and in crop.

Observe plant back restrictions for chlorsul furon.

Metsulfuron

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide and metsulfuron tank mix provide knockdown weed control

in fallows and prior to

planting certain winter cereals.

Follow all label instructions on the metsulfuron label.

Goal'

The addition

Goal CT at the rate

75mL/ha to the recommended rate

eChem GLYPHOSATE 450 Herbicide prior

to planting wheat

or barley will improve knockdown and increase the speed at which treated weeds develop visual

symptoms

phytotoxicity.

GENERAL

SPRAYING

INSTRUCTIONS

Do not spray this product

if

rain is likely to occur within 6 hours.

Heavy rainfall

within 2 hours after application may wash

the chemical

otTthe foliage and a repeat treatment may be required

Do not add extra surfactant or mix with other agricultural

chemicals,

herbicide

oils

or any other materials unless

specifically directed on the label.

APPLICATION

Boom

Equipment

Use at spray volume

of25

to 100 Llha.

Fan nozzles at pressure

of240

- 280 Kpa is recommended.

Boom height must be

set to ensure double overlap

nozzle patterns at the top

the weed canopy.

Knapsack

Handgun

Equipment

Adjust

equipment to deliver a fine spray pattern and ensure a complete and uniform wetting

all foliage.

Do not spray in conditions conducive to spray drift.

Aerial application

Aerial

equipment may only be used to apply this product in pasture or fallow situations prior to establishment

offield

crops,

fodder crops,

new pasture and for pre-harvest applications to sorghum crops.

DO NOT use in intensive horticultural areas.

Use the recommended rates on this label up to a maximum of3.2L1ha.

For micronair and boom equipment apply in a minimum spray

volume

least

15Llha with an average droplet

size

of

(or

YMD)

of250-350

micron diameter.

Swath width should be 15-17m.

Application on hilly terrain

As spraying height may vary,

to maximise target contact increase water volume to 30-80L/ha and increase droplet

size to at

least 300 micron (YMD).

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PROTECTION

WILDLIFE,

FISH,

CRUSTACEANS

ENVIRONMENT

DO

NOT

contaminate dams,

rivers or streams with the product

or used containers.

apply to weeds growing in or over water.

spray across open bodies

water

Avoid contamination

of

seed,

feed or foodstuffs.

Keep container closed to prevent spills and contamination.

PROTECTION

CROP,

NATIVE

OTHER

NON-TARGET

PLANTS.

Contact with desirable plants and trees may cause severe damage or destruction.

spray in conditions conducive

spray drift.

apply under weather conditions or from spraying equipment,

that

may cause spray to drift to nearby susceptible

plants/crops,

cropping lands or pastures.

re-use container for any other purpose.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

Store in the closed,

original container in a cool,

well

ventilated area.

Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Add rinsings to spray tank.

Do not

dispose

undiluted

chemicals on site.

recycling,

replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.

Ifnot

recycling,

break,

crush,

or puncture and bury empty containers in a local

authority landfill.

Ifno

landfill

is available,

bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal

pit specifically marked and set

up for this purpose clear

waterways,

desirable vegetation and tree roots.

Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

For refillable containers:

Empty contents

fully

into application equipment.

Close

all

valves and return to point

of

supply for

refill

or storage.

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Product will

irritate the eyes and skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When preparing product for use,

wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

After use and before eating,

drinking or smoking,

wash hands,

arms and face thoroughly with soap and water.

After each

day's

use,

wash contaminated clothing,

gloves and face shield or goggles.

When using controlled droplet applicator,

wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.

FIRST

poisoning occurs,

contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Ph 13 1I

TERlAL

SAFETY DATA

SHEET

(MSDS)

Additional

information is listed in the MSDS,

which is available from the supplier.

NOTICE

BUYER

Seller warrants that the product conforms to its chemical description and is reasonably fit

for the purpose stated on the label

when used in accordance with directions under normal

conditions

of

use.

No

warranty

of

merchantability for a particular

purpose,

express or implied,

extends to the use

product

contrary to label

instructions,

or under abnormal

conditions.

NRA Approval No:

53289/05>2

I

Not eChem

Trademarks

©CopyrighteChem (Aust) Ply. Limited, 2000

eChem

Glyphosatc

450

20 March 2002

20,200,

110

&

1000

Litre

labels

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of

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MATERIAL SAF

eChem (Australia) Pty Ltd

Phone: 02 6750 8019 Fax: 02 6752 3123

A.C.N. 089 133 095

Level 4, Lantos Place

80 Stamford Road Indooroopilly, QLD 4068

ETY DATA SHEET

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Issued: April 2013

Emergency Contact:

1800 033 111

SECTION 1

IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

Full Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

Other Names:

Glyphosate, N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine, Group M Herbicide.

Use:

A non-selective, systemic, liquid herbicide.

Company:

eChem (Australia) Pty Ltd

Address:

419 Frome Street, Moree NSW 2400

ACN/ABN:

089 133 095

Telephone Number:

02 6750 8019

Fax Number: 02 6752 3123

Emergency Contact:

1800 033 111

SECTION 2

HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Classified as hazardous according to criteria of Safe Work Australia.

Not classified as a Dangerous Good according to the ADG Code

Risk Phrases:

R36/38

Irritating to the eyes and skin.

Safety Phrases:

Keep out of reach of children.

Keep away from food, drink and other animal foodstuffs.

S24/25

Avoid contact with skin and eyes.

S36/37/39

Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.

SECTION 3

COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients:

CHEMICAL

CAS NUMBER

PROPORTION

Glyphosate as the isopropylamine salt

38641-94-0

480 g/L

Other ingredients (including water) determined not to be hazardous

Balance

SECTION 4

FIRST AID MEASURES

FIRST AID

Ingestion:

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

contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 131 126.

Eye contact:

Immediately hold eyes open and flood with clean water. Ensure irrigation under

eyelids by occasionally lifting them. Do not try to remove contact lenses unless

trained. If irritation persists, seek medical advice.

Skin contact:

Remove contaminated clothing and launder before reuse

. Wash skin with soap and

water. If skin is irritated, seek medical advice.

Inhalation:

Remove to fresh air and observe until recovered. If effects persist, seek medical advice.

Advice to Doctor:

Treat symptomatically.

Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

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SECTION 5

FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Specific Hazard: Generally considered a low risk. Not flammable. No risk of explosion if involved in a

fire.

Extinguishing media: Extinguish fire using media suited to burning material. If containers are ruptured

contain all runoff.

Hazards from combustion products: Product is likely to decompose after heating to dryness and

continued strong heating and will emit toxic fumes. Firefighters to wear self-contained breathing

apparatus and suitable protective clothing if risk of exposure to vapour or smoke.

Precautions

for

fire-fighters

and

special

protective

equipment:

Isolate

fire

area.

Evacuate

downwind residents. Wear full protective clothing and self contained breathing apparatus. Do not

breathe smoke or vapours generated.

SECTION 6

ACCIDENTIAL RELEASE MEASURES

Emergence procedures / Material and methods for containment and cleanup procedures:

Accidental release: In the event of a major spill, prevent spillage from entering drains or water

courses. As a minimum, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. If there is a

significant chance that vapours or mists are likely to build up in the cleanup area, the use of a respirator

is recommended.

In the case of spillage, stop leak if safe to do so, and contain spill. Absorb spilled material with

absorbent material such as sand, clay or cat litter. Large spills should be dyked or covered to prevent

dispersal. Vacuum, shovel or pump spilled material into an approved container and dispose of waste as

per section 13 or according to the Australian Standard 2507 - Storage and Handling of Pesticides. Keep

out animals and unprotected persons.

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

drains, advise emergency services. Thoroughly launder protective clothing before storage or re-use.

SECTION 7

HANDLING AND STORAGE

Precautions for Safe Handling: No smoking, eating or drinking should be allowed where material is

used or stored. Product will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When preparing

product for use, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. After use and before eating,

drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day’s use,

wash

contaminated

clothing,

gloves

face

shield

goggles. When

using

controlled

droplet

applicator, wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.

Conditions for Safe Storage: Not classified as a Dangerous Good. This product is a Schedule 5

Poison (S5)

and must be stored, transported and sold in accordance with the relevant Health

Department regulations. Store in the closed, original container in a well ventilated area away from

children, animals, food, feedstuffs, seed and fertilisers. Do not store for prolonged periods in direct

sunlight.

SECTION 8

EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION

Exposure Guidelines:

Exposure guidelines have not been established for this product by Safe Work Australia.

Biological Limit Values:

No biological limit allocated.

Engineering controls:

Keep containers closed when not in use. No special engineering controls are required, however make

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

Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

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Issued: April 2013

SECTION 8

EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION (Continued)

Personal Protective equipment (PPE):

General: When preparing product for use, wear elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles.

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

water. After each day’s use, wash contaminated clothing, gloves and face shield or goggles. When

using controlled droplet applicator, wear protective waterproof clothing and impervious footwear.

Personal Hygiene: Clean water should be available for washing in case of eye or skin contamination.

Wash skin before eating, drinking or smoking. Shower at the end of the workday.

SECTION 9

PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Appearance:

Viscous blue coloured liquid.

Odour:

Slight amine odour.

Boiling point:

No data available.

Freezing point:

No data available.

Specific Gravity:

Approximately 1.2 at 20°C.

Solubility in Water:

soluble.

pH:

4.5 - 5.5.

Flammability:

Not flammable.

Vapour pressure :

Approximately 100 kPa.

Corrosive hazard:

Spray solutions of this product should be mixed, stored and applied only in stainless steel,

aluminium, brass, copper, fibreglass, plastic or plastic lined containers or spray tanks

since a highly flammable gas may be formed. Do not mix or store the product or spray

solutions in galvanized steel or unlined steel (except stainless steel).

SECTION 10

STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Chemical Stability: Product is considered stable in ambient conditions for a period of at least 2 years

after manufacture.

Conditions to avoid: Spray solutions of this product should be mixed, stored and applied only in

stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, fibreglass, plastic or plastic lined containers or spray tanks

since a highly flammable gas may be formed. Do not mix or store the product or spray solutions in

galvanized steel or unlined steel (except stainless steel).

Incompatible materials: As above.

Hazardous decomposition products: 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.

Hazardous reactions: Avoid contact of the concentrate with strong alkalis and alkaline materials such

as lime. Such contact may release isopropylamine vapour with a strong fish like odour, which is an

irritant, to eyes. Polymerisation is unlikely.

SECTION 11

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

No specific data is available for this product as no toxicity tests have been conducted on this product.

Information presented is our best judgement based on similar products and/or individual components.

As with all products for which limited data is available, caution must be exercised through the use of

protective equipment and handling procedures to minimise exposure.

Potential Health Effects:

ACUTE EFFECTS

Swallowed:

Low toxicity. Direct ingestion may produce gastro-intestinal discomfort, nausea, vomiting

and diarrhoea. Ingestion of a large quantity of the undiluted product may result in

hypotension and pulmonary oedema. Acute Oral LD

> 10,000 mg/kg.

Eye:

The concentrate may cause irritation of the eyes. Prolonged contact with the concentrate

may cause damage to the eye.

Skin:

This product may be irritating to the skin. Acute dermal LD

> 5,000 mg/kg.

Inhaled:

Inhalation of mists or sprays may produce respiratory irritation.

Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

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SECTION 11

TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION (Continued)

Long Term Exposure:

Chronic toxicity: Studies of glyphosate lasting up to 2 years, have been conducted with rats, dogs,

mice, and rabbits, and with few exceptions no effects were observed. Laboratory studies show that

glyphosate produces reproductive changes in test animals very rarely and then only at very high doses

(over 150 mg/kg/day). It is unlikely that the compound would produce reproductive effects in humans.

Glyphosate does not appear to be teratogenic, mutagenic or carcinogenic.

SECTION 12

ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Environmental Toxicology: Glyphosate is not harmful to wild birds. The dietary LC

in both mallards

and bobwhite quail is greater than 4500 ppm. Technical glyphosate acid is practically nontoxic to fish

and may be slightly toxic to aquatic invertebrates. The reported 96-hour LC

values for other aquatic

species include greater than 10 mg/L in Atlantic oysters, 934 mg/L in fiddler crab, and 281 mg/L in

shrimp. The 48-hour LC

for glyphosate in Daphnia (water flea), an important food source for

freshwater fish, is 780 mg/L. Some formulations may be more toxic to fish and aquatic species due to

the surfactants used in the formulation. There is a very low potential for the compound to build up in the

tissues of aquatic invertebrates or other aquatic organisms. Glyphosate is nontoxic to honeybees. It’s

oral and dermal LD

is greater than 0.1 mg/bee. The reported contact LC

values for earthworms in

soil are greater than 5000 ppm.

Environmental Fate: Glyphosate is moderately persistent in soil, with an estimated average half-life of

47 days. Reported field half-live's range from 1 to 174 days. It is strongly adsorbed to most soils, even

those with lower organic and clay content. In water, glyphosate is strongly adsorbed to suspended

organic and mineral matter and is broken down primarily by microorganisms. Its half-life in pond water

ranges from 12 days to 10 weeks. Glyphosate may be translocated throughout the plant, including to

the roots. It is extensively metabolized in some plants, while remaining intact in others.

SECTION 13

DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Spills and Disposal: Persons involved in cleanup require adequate skin protection - see section 8.

Dispose of waste as indicated below or in accordance to the Australian Standard 2507- Storage and

Handling of Pesticides. Dispose of drummed wastes, including decontamination solution in accordance

with the requirements of Local or

State Waste Management Authorities.

In rural areas contact

ChemClear http://www.chemclear.com.au for help with collection of unwanted rural chemicals. Keep out

animals and unprotected persons. Keep material out of streams and sewers.

Disposal of empty containers: Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add

rinsings to spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. If recycling, replace cap and return

clean containers to recycler or designated collection point. If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture and

bury empty containers in a local authority landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers below 500

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

vegetation and tree roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

SECTION 14

TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Road & Rail Transport: This product is not classified as a Dangerous Goods under the Australian Code

for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.

This product is a Schedule 5 Poison (S5) and must be stored, transported and sold in accordance with

the relevant Health Department regulations.

Marine and Air Transport: This product is a not classified as a Dangerous Good according to

International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code and the International Air Transport Association

(IATA).

Product Name:

eChem Glyphosate 450 Herbicide

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Issued: April 2013

SECTION 15

REGULATORY INFORMATION

Under the Standard for Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and Poisons (SUSDP), this product is a schedule

5 poison.

This product is registered under the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994. Product

Registration No. 53289.

This product is classified as a Hazardous Substance under the criteria of Safe Work Australia. Xn:

Harmful.

This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good according to the ADG Code (7

Ed).

This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good according to International Maritime Dangerous

Goods (IMDG) Code and the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Requirements concerning special training:

Check State or Territory regulations that require people who use pesticides in their job or business to

have training in the application of the materials.

SECTION 16

OTHER INFORMATION

Issue Date: 29 April 2013. Valid for 5 years. (Updating with new address).

Key to abbreviations and acronyms used in this MSDS:

ADG Code:

Australian Dangerous Goods Code (for the transport of dangerous goods by Road and

Rail).

ASCC:

Australian Safety & Compensation Council (formally known as the National Occupational

Health & Safety Commission (NOHSC)).

Carcinogen:

An agent which is responsible for the formation of a cancer.

Genotoxic:

Capable of causing damage to genetic material, such as DNA.

Mutagenic:

Capable of inducing a genetic mutation in an organism.

PPE:

Personal protective equipment.

Teratogen:

An agent capable of causing abnormalities in a developing foetus.

TWA:

The Time Weighted Average airborne concentration over an eight-hour working day, for a

five day working week over an entire working life.

Safe Work Australia:

Formally known as Australian Safety & Compensation Council (ASCC) which

was formally known as the National Occupational Health & Safety Commission

(NOHSC).

References

“Search Hazardous Substances”. Safe Work Australia HSIS website. (2013).

“Approved Criteria for Classifying Hazardous Substances” 3rd Ed. NOHSC Australia.

[NOHSC:1008 (2004)]. October 2004.

This MSDS summarises our best knowledge of the health and safety hazard information of the product

and how to safely handle and use the product in the workplace. Each user should read this MSDS and

consider the information in the context of how the product will be handled and used in the workplace

including in conjunction with other products.

If clarification or further information is needed to ensure that an appropriate risk assessment can be

made, the user should contact this company.

End MSDS

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