FURY 14 ULV INSECTICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN; HYDROCARBON LIQUID
Available from:
FMC AUSTRALASIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
zeta-cypermethrin(14g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
ULTRA LOW VOLUME
Composition:
ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN PYRETHROID Active 14.0 g/L; HYDROCARBON LIQUID SOLVENT Other 200.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 200L; 20L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
FMC AUSTRALASIA
Therapeutic group:
COTTON | FIELD PEA | MAIZE | MUNG BEAN | NAVY BEAN | SORGHUM | SOYBEAN | SUNFLOWER | SWEET CORN | CELERA BEAN | DRIED BEANS | SO
Therapeutic area:
INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
COMMON ARMYWORM - MYTHIMNA CONVECTA | CORN EARWORM | COTTON LOOPER | GREY CLUSTER BUG | HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA | NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM | PEA WEEVIL | ROUGH BOLLWORM | RUTHERGLEN BUG | SORGHUM MIDGE | SOYBEAN LOOPER | BOLLWORM | CORN EARWORM | COTTON BOLLWORM | DIACHRYSIA ORICHALCEA | HELIOTHIS | LEUCANIA CONVECTA | NATIVE BOLLWORM | TOBACCO BUDWORM | TOMATO GRUB
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: Cotton: Do not harvest for 14 days after application. Sunflowers: Do not harvest for 21 days after application. Field Peas: Do not harvest for 4 weeks after application. Maize Mung Beans Navy Beans Soybeans, Sweetcorn: Do no t harvest for 7 days after application. Sorghum: Do not harvest for 14 days a fter application.; Host/pest details: COTTON: [COTTON LOOPER, HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, ROUGH BOLLWORM]; FIELD PEA: [NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, PEA WEEVIL]; MAIZE: [CORN EARWORM]; MUNG BEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; NAVY BEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; SORGHUM: [CORN EARWORM, SORGHUM MIDGE]; SOYBEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; SUNFLOWER: [GREY CLUSTER BUG, HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, RUTHERGLEN BUG]; SWEET CORN: [COMMON ARMYWORM - MYTHIMNA CONVECTA, CORN EARWORM, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: COTTON: [COTTON LOOPER, HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, ROUGH BOLLWORM]; FIELD PEA: [NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, PEA WEEVIL]; MAIZE: [CORN EARWORM]; MUNG BEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; NAVY BEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; SORGHUM: [CORN EARWORM, SORGHUM MIDGE]; SOYBEAN: [HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, SOYBEAN LOOPER]; SUNFLOWER: [GREY CLUSTER BUG, HELICOVERPA ARMIGERA, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM, RUTHERGLEN BUG]; SWEET CORN: [COMMON ARMYWORM - MYTHIMNA CONVECTA, CORN EARWORM, NATIVE BUDWORM OR BOLLWORM]; For the control of Helicoverpa spp. and certain other insect pests in cotton, field peas, sorghum and certain other crops.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
51881
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Fury®

14

ULV

Insecticide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

14 giL ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN

SOLVENT:

200 giL LIQUID HYDROCARBON

GROUP

INSECTICIDE

control

Helicoverpa

spp.

certain

other

insect

pests

cotton,

field peas,

sorghum

certain

other

crops

specified

Directions

Use Table

CONTENTS: 20, 200,

1000 Litres

FMC International A.G.

Suite

7, 36

Bryants

Road

LOGANHOLME QLD 4129

N.R.A.

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

RESTRAINTS: Do

apply

rain is expected

within

6 hours.

Crop

Pest

Controlled

States

Application

Critical

Comments

Rate

Cotton

Native bud

worm

OLD,

2.9-3.6Uha

14 days

Apply when egg laying reaches a

(Helicoverpa

NSW&

(Harvest)

"threshold" of 25 eggs or 12 newly hatched

punctigera)

WAonly

larvae per 100 terminals.

Cotton bollworm

3.6-4.6Uha

Use higher rate when egg laying is

(Helicoverpa

continuous and/or larvae larger than 1cm

armigera)

are present.

On occasion, when other methods have

tailed to control

Helicoverpa

spp.,

applications at the higher rates and a short

interval

be required prior to using

lower rates as mentioned.

Cotton looper

2.9-5Uha

Apply as pest

popuiations indicate.

(Anomis

spp.)

Rough bollworm

2.7-3.6Uha

Apply

when

an average of

or more larvae

(Earias huegeliana)

are present

bolls.

It is essential

detect

and treat

infestations in the early

stages.

Application may be marginally

effective on an established or concealed

infestation in

bolls

deep in the canopy

maturecrop.

Field

Pea weevil

SA&WA

1.4Uha

4 weeks

Monitor crops with a sweep net when the

Peas

(Bruchus pisorum)

oniy

(Harvest)

first peds are formed,

and thereafter at

least

at weekly intervals. Monitor crops on

warm (20"C or higher) days.

Spray when

one or more adult beetles per 25 sweeps

are found.

VIC only

Monitor the edge of the crop with a sweep

net at first flowering and then every 2-3

days.

Spray when one or more adult

weevils per 25 sweeps are found.

NSWonly

2.3Uha

Monitor crop with a sweep net

at first

flowering and then at weekly intervals on

warm (20"C or higher)

days.

Spray when

one or more adult beetles per 25 sweeps

are found.

Native budworm

SA&WA

1.4L or

1.8Uha

Monitor crops with a sweep net, when the

(Helicoverpa

only

first pods are formed and thereafter at

least

puncligera)

at weekly intervals on warm (20

higher) days.

Spray when average numbers

exceed one per 5 sweeps of the net.

lower rate if

caterpillars are less than 1 cm

long (often this will

coincide with the weevil

treatment).

Use higher rate if caterpillars

are 1em or greater in length.

VIC only

Monitor crop with a sweep net or by

shaking onto a white cloth.

Use lower rate if

caterpillars are less than 1cm long (often

this wiil

coincide with the weevil

treatment).

Use higher rate if caterpillars are 1cm or

greater in length.

NSWonly

Monitor with a sweep net at first

flowering,

and then at weekly intervals.

Spray when

one or more caterpillars per 25 sweeps are

found.

Use higher rate if caterpillars are

1cm or greater in length.

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Insecticide

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2000

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

(cont)

Crop

Pest

States

Application

Critical

Comments

Controlled

Rate

Maize

Com earworm

NSW,

2.7-3.6Uha

days

Cob damage tolerated is variable according

(Helicoverpa

&

WAonly

(Harvest)

to market requirements.

For fresh market

armigera)

corn,

spray

at tassel

emergence,

then at

intervals

5-8 days until

silks wither.

OLD only

2.1-3.6Uha

For processing corn and maize apply at

early silking.

Use the higher rate if larvae

larger than 1em are present.

Sorghum

Com earworrn

NSW,

2.1-3.6Uha

14 days

Apply when larvae numbers reach 2 per

(Helicoverpa

OLD&WA

(Harvest)

head.

Use the higher rate

larvae larger

armigera)

only

than 1em

present.

Sorghum midge

1.3-2.7Uha

Apply

when midge numbers reach

(Contarinia

head across the whole field from head

sorghico/a)

emergence to completion of flowering.

highest rate for

increased residual

protection.

Soybeans,

Native budworm

NSW,

2.7-3.6Uha

7 days

Apply when flower or pod feeding larvae

Navy and

(Helicoverpa

OLD&WA

(Harvest)

numbers reach 2 per metre of

row in

Mung

puncligera)

only

soybeans,

1-2 per metre of

row in navy

Beans

beans,

1 per metre of row in mung beans.

Cotton bollworm

Use higher rate when larvae larger than

(Helicoverpa

1cm are present or when canopy is dense.

armigera)

Soybean looper

Apply as pest

populations indicate.

(Thysanoplusia

higher rate when larvae larger than 15mm

orichalcea)

are present.

Sunflowers

Native budworm

NSWonly

2.7-3.6Uha

21 days

Apply when an average of

more than 2-3

(Helicoverpa

(Harvest)

larvae are present per head where fungal

puncligera)

rots are a problem:

otherwise apply when

Cotton bollworm

larvae are damaging plants.

Use higher

rate for better knockdown when larvae

(Helicoverpa

larger than 1cm are present.

armigera)

OLD only

Apply when larvae are damaging plants.

Use higher rate for

better knockdown when

larvae larger than 1cm are present.

Grey

cluster bug

NSW&

Apply when numbers reach 10-15 adults

(Nysius

OLD only

plant

budding in dry land crops or 20-

clevlandensis)

in irrigated crops. After flowering,

apply

when there are 20-25 adults on the face of

heads.

Rutherglen bug

NSW,

If flowering has started,

application should

(Nysius vinitar)

OLD &

be deferred until

after flowering is complete

only

before the heads turn down.

treatment is unavoidable during flowering

and bees are actively foraging in the crop,

spraying must

lake

place in the very early

morning or very late afternoon.

Sweet corn

Corn earworm

WA,SA,

2.7-3.6Uha

days

Cob damage tolerated is variable according

(Helicoverpa

VIC,

(Harvest)

to market requirements.

For fresh market

armigera)

&QLD

corn,

spray at tassel

emergence, then at

only

intervals

5-8 days until

silks wither.

Native budworm

TASonly

processing corn and maize apply at

(Helicoverpa

eany

silking.

Use the higher rate if larvae

punctigera)

larger than 1cm are present.

Common

WA,SA,

armyworm

VIC&

(Leucania

NSWonly

convecta)

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE (cont)

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE,

OR IN ANY MANNER,

CONTRARY TO THIS

LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS:

Cotton:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

Sunffowers:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 21 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

Field

Peas:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 4 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION

Maize,

Mung

Beans,

Navy

Beans,

Soybeans,

Sweet Corn:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

Sorghum:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR 14 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Fury 14ULV Insecticide is a contact

residual

insecticide.

cotton uses

Fury 14 ULV

Insecticide should be used according to the Cotton Best

Management

Practices Manual.

best results it should be applied as a protective treatment

at regular

intervals,

Best results will

be obtained by spraying at egg-hatch.

Fury 14ULV Insecticide should only be applied by aircraft equipped with suitable rotary

atomisers. The spray should be applied with a droplet size VMD of 80-100 microns.

N.B.

Helicoverpa

(Heliothis)

armigera

resistance in Northern New South Wales and Queensland:

To help contain pyrethroid resistance in

Helicoverpa armigera,

the Summer Crop Insecticide

strategy

as developed by the Queensland Department

Primary

Industries

and NSW

Agriculture should be adhered to.

Failure to observe the strategy may result

in widespread

resistance affecting the future viability of summer cropping.

INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE WARNING

GROUP

INSECTICIDE

For insecticide resistance management

Fury 14 ULV Insecticide is a Group 3A insecticide.

Some naturally occurring insect

biotypes resistant

to Fury 14 ULV Insecticide and other

Group 3A insecticides may exist

through normal

genetic variability in any insect

population.

The resistant

individuals can eventually

dominate the insect

population if

Fury 14 ULV

Insecticide or other Group 3A insecticides

are,

used repeatedly.

The effectiveness of

Fury 14

ULV Insecticide on resistant

individuals could be significantly reduced.

Since occurrence of

resistant

individuals is difficult

to detect

prior

to use,

FMC International

A.G.

accepts no

liability for

any losses that

may result

from the failure of

Fury 14 ULV Insecticide to control

resistant insects.

Fury 14 ULV Insecticide may be subject to specific resistance management

strategies.

further

information

contact

your

local

supplier,

FMC International

A.G.

representative or local

agricultural

department agronomist.

MIXING

Add the required quantity of Fury 14 ULV Insecticide directly to the spray tank.

APPLICATION

Apply as indicated by field checks.

For best

results,

application should be timed to coincide

with egg hatching.

When using the lower dose rates the spray interval

should not

exceed 9

days.

Spray application should be carried out during the cooler parts of

the day or night.

not apply if rain is expected within 6 hours.

COMPATIBILITY

Do not mix with other chemicals.

20, 200,

1000 Litre

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RE-ENTRY PERIOD

Do not allow entry into treated areas until the spray has dried. When prior entry is necessary,

wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist and a washable hat and chemical

resistant gloves. Clothing must be washed after each day's use.

PRECAUTION

Human flagging is not supported unless

f1aggers

are protected by engineering controls such

as vehicles with cabs.

SPILLAGE

Spillage -

In case of

spillage,

confine and absorb spilled product

with absorbent

material

such as sand,

clay or

litter.

Dispose of

waste as indicated below or

according to the

Australian Standard 2507 -

Storage and Handling of

Pesticides.

Do NOT allow spilled

product to enter sewers, drains, creeks or any other waterways.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

Dangerous to bees. Do NOT spray any plants in flower while bees are foraging.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE,

FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish.

Do NOT contaminate fish ponds,

streams,

rivers or waterways with the

chemical

used containers.

Do NOT contaminate

neighbouring crops,

pastures

waterways

with concentrate,

spray

washings.

Do NOT discharge waste

liquid into

waterways.

Wash out

containers thoroughly and dispose of

safely.

Never

repack from this

container.

20 and 200 Litre containers only

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed,

original

container

in a cool,

well

ventilated area away from children,

animals, food and feed stuffs. Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Triple or

preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

Dispose of

rinsings in a

disposal

specifically marked and set

up for this purpose clear of

waterways,

vegetation

and roots.

Break,

crush,

puncture and bury containers in a local

authority landfill.

available, bury the container below 500 mm in a disposal

pit. Empty containers and product

should not be burnt.

1000 Litre container only

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed,

original

container

in a cool,

well

ventilated area away from children,

animals, food and feed stuffs. Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Empty contents fully into application equipment.

Close all

valves and return to point

supply for refill or storage.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

May irritate the eyes,

nose,

throat

and skin.

Facial

contact

may cause temporary facial

numbness.

Avoid contact

with eyes and skin.

Do not

inhale spray mist.

Wash hands after

use. When opening the container and preparing spray,

wear cotton overalls buttoned to the

neck and wrist and a washable hat, elbow-length PVC gloves and goggles.

After each day's

use, wash gloves, goggles and contaminated clothing.

Fury 14 ULV Insecticide -

20,200,1000

Litre

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FIRST

If poisoning occurs,

contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia

13 11 26.

If swallowed,

and if more than 15 minutes from a hospital

induce vomiting,

preferably using Ipecac Syrup APF.

Additional

information is listed in the

Material

Safety

Data

Sheet

FMC/FURY/ULV/1,

which can be obtained from the supplier.

WARRANTY

FMC International

A.G.

makes no warranty expressed

implied,

concerning the use

this product

other than that

indicated on the label.

Except

as so warranted the

product

is sold as is.

Buyer and user assume all

risk

use and/or handling and/or

storage

this material

when such use and/or handling and/or storage is contrary to

label

instructions.

specialist

advice

phone

(07) 3801 4799

during

office

hours

DOM:

Batch

Approval

(ggt

10

Q..t>o

FMC and Fury are Registered Trademarks of FMC Corporation,

Philadelphia,

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Hazardous according to criteria of Worksafe Australia

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COMPANY DETAILS

Date of Issue: July 2000

MSDS No. FMC/FURY/ULV/1

Company:

FMC International A.G.

Address:

Suite 3, 3 Belbora Road, Shailer Park Qld 4128

Telephone Number: 07 3801 4799 Fax Number: 07 3801 4286

IDENTIFICATION

Product Name:

FURY 14 ULV INSECTICIDE

Physical Description/Properties

Other Names: Fury, Zetamethrin

Common Name: Zeta-cypermethrin

Manufacturer's Product Code: N/A.

Shipping Name:

UN Number: Not Applicable (N/A)

Dangerous Goods Class:

N/A

Hazchem Code:

Packing Group:

N/A

Poisons Schedule Number:

Use: An Ultra Low Volume (ULV)

insecticide formulation for direct

application through specialised equipment.

Appearance: Amber liquid

Odour:

Faint aromatic

Melting point: Liquid at room temp.

Vapour Pressure: Not Available

Viscosity at 25°C: Not Available

Specific Gravity: 0.911 kg/L @ 20°C.

Flashpoint (°C): 121°C. Closed cup.

Flammability Limits (%): Not available

Solubility in Water (g/L): 45 ppb.

(Technical zeta-cypermethrin)

Corrosive hazard: Non corrosive;

compatible with aluminium, glass &

steel containers.

Ingredients:

Chemical Entity:

CAS Number:

Proportion:

Zeta-cypermethrin

52315-07-8

14 g/L

Aromatic Hydrocarbons

64742-95-6

10 - 30%

Other ingredients determined not to be hazardous

> 60%

HEALTH HAZARD INFORMATION

Health Effects: Specific information is not available on this formulation, however,

Fury 14 ULV is probably irritating to the skin and eyes. It will have a low oral, dermal

inhalation

toxicity.

Vapour

mist

irritate

eyes,

skin

mucous

membranes

respiratory

tract.

Large,

toxic

doses

zeta-cypermethrin

administered to laboratory animals produced symptoms of toxicity including tremors,

loss of coordination, decreased activity and convulsions. Contact with Fury 14 ULV

may product skin sensations such

numbing,

burning

tingling.

These

sensations are reversible and usually subside in 12 hours.

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Acute

Swallowed: The product will have low toxicity if swallowed. Calculated Acute Oral

2700 mg/kg.

Eye:

Probably irritating. Vapour and mist may also irritate eyes.

Skin:

This product has a low dermal toxicity. The Calculated Acute Dermal

is >2000 mg/kg. It may irritate the skin and mucous membranes of

the respiratory tract. Skin contact may produce skin sensations such as

numbing, burning and tingling. These sensations are reversible and

usually subside within 12 hours.

Inhaled:

Product is expected to have low toxicity by inhalation. It may irritate

mucous membranes of the respiratory tract. Calculated Acute Inhalation

= 18.5 mg/L/4 hours.

Chronic:

studies

with

laboratory

animals,

zeta-cypermethrin

cause

reproductive

toxicity

teratogenicity.

overall

lack

genotoxicity

been

demonstrated in tests of mutagenicity, DNA damage and chromosomal aberrations.

Chronic exposure to aromatic hydrocarbons may cause headaches, dizziness, loss of

sensations or feelings, and liver and kidney damage.

First Aid

Swallowed:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre.

Phone Australia 131126. If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a

glass of water. Do not induce vomiting or give anything by mouth to an

unconscious

person.

aspiration

vomited

material

occurs,

immediate medical aid.

Eye:

Wash eyes with a gentle stream of water for 15 minutes. If irritation

occurs and persists, obtain medical attention.

Skin:

If on skin or clothing, remove contaminated clothing at once, and wash

skin with plenty of soap and water. See a doctor if irritation persists.

Inhaled:

Remove

patient

fresh

air.

breathing

discomfort

occurs,

obtain

medical attention.

Advice to Doctor:

Zeta-cypermethrin the active ingredient in this product is a pyrethroid insecticide.

Aspiration

vomited

material

cause

chemical

pneumonitis.

Treat

symptomatically.

PRECAUTIONS FOR USE

Exposure Standards: No exposure standards have been set by Work safe Australia

zeta-cypermethrin.

However,

following

Standard

apply

Aromatic

Hydrocarbons: 100 ppm.

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Engineering Controls: Thoroughly ventilate all transport vehicles prior to unloading.

General air replacement or dilution ventilation is sufficient for material handling and

storage, but local exhaust ventilation should be used where vapour or mist may be

emitted.

Personal Protection:

Work Clothing: For normal handling wear long sleeve uniform or overalls and head

covering. For larger exposures, as in the case of spills, wear full body cover barrier suit,

such as rubber rain suit.

Protection:

Where

potential

splash,

spray

mist

exists,

wear

chemical

protective goggles or a full face shield. Emergency eye wash facilities would be located

nearby. Avoid contact with the eyes.

Respiratory Protection: For splash, vapour or mist exposure wear a half face air

purifying respirator which is approved for pesticides (Australian Standards). Respirator

selection is based on an airborne concentration.

Gloves: Wear chemical protective gloves made of rubber or neoprene or PVC gauntlet-

style gloves when handling this product. Inspect regularly for leaks.

Personal Hygiene: Wash skin before eating, drinking or smoking. Shower at the end of

the workday.

SAFE HANDLING INFORMATION

Storage and Transport: Not classified as a Dangerous Good by the Australian Code

for the transport of Dangerous Goods by road and rail. Do not load with foodstuffs or

foodstuff empties.

Product is a combustible (C2) and must be stored away from naked lights, heat sources

and oxidising agents. Observe procedures detailed in Australian Standard AS1940-

1988 for flammable and combustible liquids.

Store in a cool, dry, well ventilated location. Avoid excess heat. No smoking, eating

or drinking should be allowed where material is used or stored. Keep out of the reach

of children and animals. Store in original containers only. Do not locate near or

contaminate food or feed by storage or disposal. Wash all exposed skin surfaces

prior to smoking, drinking or eating. All workers should shower at the end of each

work day after handling this product. Wash all clothing after each use.

Spills and Disposal: In the case of spillage, contain and absorb spilled material with

absorbent material such as sand clay or cat litter and dispose of waste as indicated

below or according to the Australian Standard 2507 - Storage and Handling of

Pesticides. Wear prescribed protective clothing and equipment. Keep out animals

and unprotected persons. Keep material out of streams and sewers. Vacuum, shovel

or pump waste into an approved drum. To decontaminate spill area, tools and

equipment, wash with a suitable solution (ie organic solvent, detergent, bleach or

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caustic) and add the solution to the drums of wastes already collected. Label for

contents.

Dispose

drummed

wastes,

including

decontamination

solution,

accordance with the requirements of Local or State Waste Management Authorities.

Fire/Explosion Hazard: Combustible liquid.

Flashpoint: 121°C.

Degree of fire/explosion hazard: Combustible liquid. Thermal decomposition and

burning will produce toxic by-products. May react with strong oxidising agents.

Extinguishing media: Foam, CO

, or dry chemical. Soft stream water fog only if

necessary. Contain all runoff.

Hazardous decomposition products: Carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen

cyanide, chlorine, and hydrogen chloride.

Special fire-fighting procedures: Isolate fire area. Evacuate downwind residents.

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

smoke or vapours generated. Try to keep containers cool with soft stream water fog.

OTHER INFORMATION:

The physical and environmental properties, as well as the environmental toxicology of

zeta-cypermethrin, are

similar

cypermethrin.

Unless

indicated,

information

provided below pertains to cypermethrin.

Physical/Environmental Properties: Cypermethrin is rapidly degraded in soil with a

half-life of 2 to 4 weeks. It is hydrolysed under basic conditions (pH = 9), but under

acidic or neutral conditions, hydrolysis half-life can be 20 to 29 days. Cypermethrin

has a high affinity for organic matter and a Log P

= 5.0; yet because of the ease with

which

material

undergoes

degradation,

very

potential

bioaccumulation and is not mobile in the soil.

Environmental Toxicology: Zeta-cypermethrin is considered highly toxic to fish and

aquatic arthropods. This product is very slightly toxic to birds. Do not contaminate

sewers, drains, dams, creeks or any other waterways with product or the used

container.

CONTACT POINT:

The Manager, FMC International A.G., Shailer Park, Brisbane Qld.

Telephone: 07 - 3801 4799.

Facsimile: 07 - 3801 4286

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.

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