Flame

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Active ingredient:
flumetsulam
Available from:
Landmark Operations (NZ) Ltd
Composition:
flumetsulam 800 g/kg
Authorization number:
P009715
Authorization date:
2019-07-31

ECOTOXIC

HERBICIDE

Flame

For the selective control of broadleaf weeds in new and established

pasture, chicory, clover, lucerne and maize.

ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Contains 800g/kg flumetsulam in the form of a water dispersible granule.

Registered to:

Relyon NZ Limited

C/o KPMG, The Terrace

Level 5, 79 Cashel Street

Christchurch 8001

Distributed by:

Farmlands Co-operative Society Limited

535 Wairakei Road, Burnside

Christchurch 8053

Tel 0800 200 600

Net Contents: 500 g, 1kg, 5 kg, 10 kg, 20 kg, 25 kg

Batch:

D.O.M.:

READ LABEL BEFORE USE

This product must not be used for any purpose, or in any manner, contrary to the label unless authorised

under appropriate legislation.

HAZARD CLASSIFICATION: 9.1A, 9.2A.

TRAINED HANDLER: This product must be under the control of a suitably approved Trained Handler during

mixing, loading and use.

ECOTOXICITY

Very toxic to aquatic organisms. Avoid contamination of any water supply with chemical or empty

container.

Very toxic to the soil environment. Selective herbicide- very toxic to some plant species.

Beware: Spray drift hazard. Apply this product carefully. Spray drift may cause damage to other desirable

plants. Do not allow spray drift to occur outside the target area.

Do not apply directly into or onto water.

HANDLING PRECAUTIONS

STORAGE

Keep out of reach of children

Store in accordance with NZS 8409 Management of Agrichemicals.

Store in original container tightly closed in a locked, dry, cool area away from foodstuffs, fertilisers and seeds.

Stores containing 100 kg of Flame are subject to signage and secondary containment. More than 100 kg

require emergency response plans.

PERSONAL PROTECTION

Avoid contact with skin and eyes and inhalation of spray mist.

When mixing and applying wear protective clothing such as waterproof gloves, eye protection, overalls and

boots. Remove protective clothing and wash hands and face thoroughly before meals and after work.

Do not eat, drink or smoke while using.

EQUIPMENT

Apply using well maintained and accurately calibrated equipment. Flush equipment thoroughly with clean

water after use. Decontaminate equipment before use on sensitive plants.

DISPOSAL

Triple rinse container and add rinsate to spray tank. Dispose of triple rinsed by crushing or puncturing and

burying in an approved landfill. Do not burn container. Do not use container for any other purpose. Dispose of

product only by using according to label directions or dispose of safely at a managed landfill.

FIRST AID: For advice contact the National Poisons Centre 0800 POISON (0800 764 766) or a doctor.

If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Get immediate medical advice. If skin or hair contact occurs, remove

contaminated clothing and flush skin and hair with running water. If splashed in eyes, wash out immediately

with water. If inhaled, move the patient to fresh air immediately. Begin artificial respiration if breathing has

stopped.

SPILLAGE

In case of spillage, wear appropriate protective clothing and prevent material from entering waterways.

Exclude non-essential people from the area. Contain liquid spills and absorb with inert material such as soil or

sand and place in waste containers. Sweep up solids without creating dust. Wash area with water and absorb

with further inert material. Dispose of waste safely in an approved landfill.

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

In transport emergency call 111, Police or Fire Brigade.

SAFETY DATA SHEET

If additional safety information is required, refer to the Safety Data Sheet.

SHELF LIFE

When stored appropriately this product should show no significant degradation for two years from the date of

manufacture. Contact your supplier for further information about the use of any product that is older than his.

GENERAL DIRECTIONS

Before opening, carefully read warning statement, precautions instructions, first aid instructions and directions

for use. Flame is a selective herbicide that will control or suppress broadleaf weeds in crops or pasture while

selectivity to clovers, lucerne and chicory is preserved. It is best applied to weeds during active growth. Do not

apply in cold wet conditions. Flame should always be applied with suitable mineral spraying oil.

APPLICATION

Apply through correctly calibrated spraying equipment to ensure complete spraying coverage.

WARNING: Application equipment must be decontaminated BEFORE and AFTER the application of Flame. See

Sprayer Decontamination section for details.

Boom (ground or aerial) application: Use 100 -300 litres of water per hectare. Use the higher rate where

weeds are dense to ensure that all weed foliage is thoroughly covered.

Controlled Droplet Application (CDA) application: Use not less than 30 litres/ha of water/ha with a droplet

size of 250-300 microns. Trials indicate that CDA application may result in less effective weed control than

conventional boom spraying.

MIXING

Add the required amount of Flame to the partly filled spray tank with the agitation system running. Complete

filling before adding any spraying oil, and maintain agitation throughout mixing and application. When tank

mixing, Flame should be added first, followed by wettable powders or other dry flowable formulations,

suspicion concentrates (flowable), aqueous concentrates, emulsifiable concentrates and then add suitable

mineral oil last.

COMPATIBILITY

Seek advice or check compatibility of Flame with other commonly used herbicides. Do not mix Flame with

spraying oil when using with triazine herbicides on lucerne.

SPRAYER DECONTAMINATION

Before applying Flame:

If the equipment has been used to apply sulfonyl urea herbicides, and if a spraying oil is to be used, then the

equipment must be decontaminated according to the instructions on the sulfonyl urea product label. Small

amounts of sulfonyl urea from the inside surfaces of the spraying equipment may severely affect the crop

being treated.

After applying Flame:

Always wash tank and flush equipment thoroughly with clean water after use. To avoid subsequent injury to

sensitive crops, immediately after spraying thoroughly remove all traces of Flame from mixing and spraying

equipment as follows:

Drain tank, then flush tank, booms and hoses with clean water.

Quarter fill the tank with clean water and add 500 g of an alkali detergent per 100 litres of water.

Circulate through the system for at least 15 minutes with agitation, then drain.

Drain the whole system.

Nozzles and filters should be removed and cleaner separately.

Finally, rinse tank thoroughly with clean water, flush through hoses and booms and allow to drain.

RAINFALL

Do not spray if rain is expected within 6 hours.

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Flame g/ha

Weeds Controlled

Critical Comments

Chickweed, hedge mustard,

spurrey, wild radish

Apply before 4

leaf

Amaranthus (redroot), black

nightshade, cleavers, fathen,

mallow, shepherd’s purse

Annual buttercup, creeping yellow

cress, yellow gromwell

Apply before 4

leaf

Apply before flowering

Larger weeds (as listed above)

Sorrel, stinking mayweed,

wireweed

Field pansy, henbit, oxeye daisy,

willow weed

Giant buttercup

Apply to young seedlings

Suppression only, apply to young

seedlings

Apply before flowering

Established Pasture: Flame may be applied in either spring or autumn for buttercup control. Repeat spring

treatments for two successive seasons will maximise control of giant buttercup.

APPLICATION TIMING

Crop

Crop Growth Stage

New pasture

Apply when clover has 2 trifoliate (true) leaves

New and established white clover seed crops

Apply after the emergence of the 4

trifoliate leaf

and before stolon elongation

New and established red clover seed crops and

subterranean clover

Apply after the emergence of the 6

trifoliate leaf

and before stolon elongation

Established lucerne

Apply before flowering

Maize

Apply at the 4

leaf (90 mm plant height) stage

New and established chicory

Apply after the emergence of the 4

leaf

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

It is an offence for users of this product to cause residues exceeding the relevant MRL in the Food Notice:

Maximum Residue Levels for Agricultural Compounds.

Do not graze crops or treated pasture for 14 days after application.

Animal Safety

Poisonous plants, such as giant buttercup and black nightshade, may become more palatable after spraying. If

concerned that stock health may be affected, stock should be kept away from the treated areas until plants

have died down.

CROP ROTATION

Do not plant susceptible crops until three months after the application of Flame. Susceptible crops include all

brassica species, beans, lupins and sunflowers. No not allow spray drift onto susceptible crops or land to be

planted with susceptible crops.

WARRANTY AND LIMITATION

IMPORTANT: Read this notice before opening the container.

This formulation is warranted to contain the specified active ingredient within accepted analytical tolerance

when packed. The user bears the risk for damage resulting from factors beyond the manufacturer's control.

The manufacturer declines all liability for damage resulting from improper storage or use of the product.

Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997, P009715

See www.foodsafety.govt.nz

for registration conditions.

Approved under the HSNO Act 1996, HSR000458

See www.epa.govt.nz

for Controls.

Ref No P9715-01

Public Record of Delegate Decision

For granting an application for registration under section 21 of the Agricultural Compounds and Veterinary

Medicines Act 1997

Product details

Trade name

Flame

Ref No

P9715-01

Applicant

Relyon NZ Limited

Application type

NEW PRODUCT

Date of Delegate

Decision

29 July 2019

Registration

Expiry Period

This registration will expire 5 years from the date of this Delegate’s Decision.

Protected

Confidential

Information

Status

Application eligible with no CI to protect

Summary of reasons for the Decision to grant the Application

Except for the trade name and registrant details, this product is identical in all respects to an already registered

product.

Recommendation to Register

On the basis of the above information, the product as approved, and when imported, manufactured, sold or used

in accordance with the conditions listed below, is not likely to cause unacceptable risks to:

public health

trade in primary produce

animal welfare or

agricultural security.

In balance, there are sufficient benefits to warrant this product to be registered.

When used in accordance with this approval, the product is not likely to cause residues in primary produce, food

or food-related products that would breach domestic food residue standards.

The assessed label content is adequate to provide sufficient consumer information to allow the product to be used

appropriately and safely and meets labelling requirements.

Delegate’s decision

Being satisfied of the matters above, and under delegated authority pursuant to the Agricultural Compounds and

Veterinary Medicines Act 1997, this application for registration is granted, under section 21(1)(d) under the

conditions as listed on the Register.

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