GOAL HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
OXYFLUORFEN; N-METHYLPYRROLIDONE; HYDROCARBON LIQUID
Available from:
Nutrichem Company Limited
INN (International Name):
oxyfluorfen(240g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
OXYFLUORFEN DIPHENYL ETHER Active 240.0 g/L; N-METHYLPYRROLIDONE SOLVENT Other 108.0 g/L; HYDROCARBON LIQUID SOLVENT Other 606.0 g/L
Units in package:
100L; 10L; 1L; 20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
ALMOND | ALMOND - DORMANT - OVER 3 YEARS OLD | APPLE | APRICOT | APRICOT - DORMANT - OVER 3 YEARS OLD | AVOCADO | BRASSICA SPP.
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED | AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING | BARLEY GRASS - SEED | BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.) | BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.) | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED | BLADDER KETMIA - SEED | BROADLEAF WEEDS AND GRASSES | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED | CAPEWEED - SEED | CAPEWEED - SEEDLING | CHICKWEED - SEED | COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED | COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING | CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED | CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING | DEADNETTLE - SEED | DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING | FAT HEN - SEED | GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED | GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING | HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED | LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED | LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING | LOVEGRASS - SEED | MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING | PIGEON GRASS - SEED | PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED | POTATO WEED - SEEDLING | PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED | RED NATAL GRASS - SEED | RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING | REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED | REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING | RYEGRASS - SEED | SESBANI
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Grazing: Do not graze treated weed s Harvest: Not required when used as d irected.; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [WEEDS CONTROLLED BY ROUNDUP]; ALMOND - DORMANT - OVER 3 YEARS OLD: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED, RED NATAL GRASS - SEED, RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING, RYEGRASS - SEED, SESBANIA PEA (SESBANIA CANNABINA) - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEEDLING, SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEED, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEEDLING, STARBURR - SEED, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE - SEEDLING, STINK GRASS - SEED, STINK GRASS - SEEDLING, SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS - SEED, WHITE EYE - SEED, WILD MUSTARD - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEEDLING, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEED]; APPLE: [WEEDS CONTROLLED BY ROUNDUP]; APRICOT: [WEEDS CONTROLLED BY ROUNDUP]; APRICOT - DORMANT - OVER 3 YEARS OLD: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED, RED NATAL GRASS - SEED, RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING, RYEGRASS - SEED, SESBANIA PEA (SESBANIA CANNABINA) - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEEDLING, SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEED, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEEDLING, STARBURR - SEED, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE - SEEDLING, STINK GRASS - SEED, STINK GRASS - SEEDLING, SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS - SEED, WHITE EYE - SEED, WILD MUSTARD - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEEDLING, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEED]; AVOCADO: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED, RED NATAL GRASS - SEED, RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING, RYEGRASS - SEED, SESBANIA PEA (SESBANIA CANNABINA) - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEEDLING, SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEED, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEEDLING, STARBURR - SEED, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE - SEEDLING, STINK GRASS - SEED, STINK GRASS - SEEDLING, SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS - SEED, WHITE EYE - SEED, WILD MUSTARD - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEEDLING, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEED]; BRASSICA SPP. OR COLE CROP: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED, RED NATAL GRASS - SEED, RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING, RYEGRASS - SEED, SESBANIA PEA (SESBANIA CANNABINA) - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEEDLING, SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEED, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEEDLING, STARBURR - SEED, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE - SEEDLING, STINK GRASS - SEED, STINK GRASS - SEEDLING, SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS - SEED, WHITE EYE - SEED, WILD MUSTARD - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEEDLING, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEED]; BROCCOLI: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LETTUCE (LACTUCA SPP.) - SEED, RED NATAL GRASS - SEED, RED PIGWEED (P. OLERACEA) - SEEDLING, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEED, REDSHANK (A. CRUENTUS) - SEEDLING, RYEGRASS - SEED, SESBANIA PEA (SESBANIA CANNABINA) - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEED, SHEPHERD'S PURSE - SEEDLING, SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEED, SOURSOB OR OXALIS - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEED, SOW OR MILK THISTLE - SEEDLING, STARBURR - SEED, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE - SEEDLING, STINK GRASS - SEED, STINK GRASS - SEEDLING, SUMMER OR CRAB GRASS - SEED, WHITE EYE - SEED, WILD MUSTARD - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEED, WILD RADISH - SEEDLING, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEED]; CABBAGE: [AMSINCKIA (AMSINCKIA SPP.) - SEED, AMSINCKIA, YELLOW BURRWEED - SEEDLING, BARLEY GRASS - SEED, BARNYARD GRASS - SEED (ECHINOCHLOA SPP.), BELLVINE - SEEDLING (IPOMOEA SPP.), BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SEED, BLADDER KETMIA - SEED, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEED, CAPEWEED - SEEDLING, CHICKWEED - SEED, COMMON THORNAPPLE - SEED, COTULA OR CARROT WEED - SEEDLING, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS - SEEDLING, DEADNETTLE - SEED, DEADNETTLE - SEEDLING, FAT HEN - SEED, GIANT OR BLACK PIGWEED - SEED, GROUNDSEL (S. VULGARIS) - SEEDLING, HILLSIDE BURRGRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEED, LIVERSEED GRASS - SEEDLING, LOVEGRASS - SEED, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, PIGEON GRASS - SEED, PIGWEED (PORTULACA OLERACEA) - SEED, POTATO WEED - SEEDLING, PRICKLY LET
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
54271
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

CAUTION

KEEP OUT

REACH

CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

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GoaiTM

Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

240 g/L OXYFLUORFEN

SOLVENTS:

108 g/L N-METHYL PYRROLIDONE

606 g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBONS

GROUP

HERBICIDE

selective

control

broadleaf

weeds

some

grasses

specified

Directions

Use table.

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED BOOKLET BEFORE USE

Dow AgroSciences Australia Limited

A.B.N. 24

20 Rodborough Road

FRENCHS FOREST NSW 2086

www.dowagrosciences.com.au

Contents:

CUSTOMER SERVICE TOLL FREE

1 800 700 096

Trademark of Dow

AgroScienc~s

Approved Goal Herbicide Label 24 August 2009

Litre

Back

Label

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area.

Store above

DO NOT store for prolonged periods

direct sunlight

DO NOT store near food, feedstuffs, fertilisers and seeds.

Recycled

containers:

This container can

recycled

it is clean, dry, free

visible residues and has the

drumMUSTER

logo visible.

Triple or pressure rinse container

disposaL

Dispose of rinsate by adding to the

spray tank.

Do not dispose

undiluted chemicals on site.

Wash outside of the container and the

cap.

Store cleaned container

a sheltered place with cap removed.

will then

acceptable for

recycling at any

drum

MUSTER

collection or similar container management site.

The cap should

replaced but may be taken separately.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposaL Add rinsings to spray tank. Do

dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. Break, crush

puncture

and bury empty containers

local authority landfilL

no landfill is available, bury the containers below

a disposal pit

specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree

roots.

Empty containers and product should not

burnt

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Will damage the eyes and irritate the skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When opening the

container and preparing spray and using the prepared spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the

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

If product

skin, immediately wash area with soap and water.

If product

eyes wash it out immediately with

water.

Wash hands after use.

After each day's use, wash gloves, goggles and contaminated

clothing.

FIRST AID

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

Australia

swallowed

induce

vomiting,

give

glass

water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed

the Material Safety Data Sheet for

GOAL

HERBICIDE which

available from Dow AgroSciences

request

Call Customer Service Toll Free on

1 800 700 096

or visit www.dowagrosciences.com.au

NOTICE

Seller warrants that

product

conforms

chemical description

reasonably fit for

purposes

stated

label

when

used

accordance

with

directions under

normal

conditions of

use.

warranty of

merchantability

fitness for a particular

purpose,

express

implied,

extends

product

contrary

label instructions,

under off-label permits

endorsed

AgroSciences

under abnormal

conditions.

Various registered trademarks

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

(A!!

Hou!s)

RING

ANYWHERE

AUSmAUA

1-800 033 882

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(LOCAL

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APVMA

Approval Number

54271152065

GMID

xxxxxxx

10 L

Batch

Number

Made

Zealand

Approved Goal Herbicide Label

August 2009

identification

Litre

Back

Label

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area.

Store above 5°C

store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

store

near

food, feedstuffs, fertilisers and seeds.

Recycled

containers:

This

container

can be recycled if it is clean, dry, free

visible residues and has the

drumMUSTER

logo visible.

Triple

pressure rinse container

disposal.

Dispose

rinsate by adding

spray

tank.

not dispose

undiluted chemicals on site.

Wash

outside

the container

cap.

Store cleaned container

a sheltered place with cap removed.

It will then be

acceptable

recycling

drumMUSTER

collection

similar container

management

site.

The cap

should

not be replaced but

be taken separately.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

rinsings to

spray

tank.

dispose

undiluted chemicals on site. Break, crush

puncture and bury

empty

containers

local authority landfill.

landfill is available, bury the containers below 500

in a

disposal

specifically marked and

up for this purpose clear

waterways, desirable vegetation

tree

roots.

Empty containers

product should not be burnt.

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Will

damage

eyes

irritate the skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When

opening

container and preparing

spray

and using the prepared spray,

wear

cotton overalls buttoned

neck

and wrist and a

washable

hat, elbow-length butyl

rubber

gloves and goggles.

If product

skin, immediately

wash

area with

soap

and water.

If product in eyes

wash

immediately with

water.

Wash

hands after use.

After

each day's use,

wash

gloves,

goggles

and contaminated

clothing.

FIRST

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor

Poisons Information Centre. Phone:

Australia

swallowed

induce

vomiting,

give

glass

water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed on the Material Safety Data

Sheet

GOAL

HERBICIDE

which

available from

AgroSciences

on request.

Call

Customer

Service Toll Free on

1 800 700

or visit

www.dowagrosciences.com.au

NOTICE

Seller warrants that

product conforms

its chemical description

reasonably fit for

purposes

stated

label when

used

accordance

with

directions under normal conditions

use.

warranty

merchantability

fitness for a particular purpose, express or implied, extends

the use of

product

contrary to label instructions, or under off-label permits not endorsed

Dow AgroSciences or under abnormal

conditions.

Various registered trademarks

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

(All

!-laurs)

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FROM /'.NYWHEr<E lN AUSTRAUA

1-800 033 882

[INATRANSPORTEMC.RGf.NCYON~Y

Barcode

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for stock

DIAl.OOO

(LOCAL

CA~l

I'~E

ONLY)

POLICE

fiRE

BRIGAD~

'----------'

APVMA Approval Number 54271/52065

GMID xxxxxxx

Batch

Number

Made

New Zealand

Approved Goal Herbicide Label 24 August 2009

identification

Litre

Back

Label

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area.

Store above

NOT store for prolonged periods

direct sunlight.

NOT store near food, feedstuffs, fertilisers and seeds.

not remove or tamper with the dry valves or security seal.

Do not contaminate the drum

with

water or any other foreign matter.

After each use of the product ensure that the dry valve coupler,

delivery system and hoses are disconnected, triple rinsed with clean water and drained.

rinsings to the spray tank.

When the drum

empty remove the dry valve coupler and return to the

point of purchase.

drum

remains

property

AgroSciences

must

returned.

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

Will damage the eyes and irritate the skin.

Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When opening

container and preparing spray and using the prepared spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the

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

If product on

skin, immediately wash area with soap and water.

If product

eyes wash it out immediately with

water. Wash hands after use.

After each day's use, wash gloves, goggles and contaminated

clothing.

FIRST AID

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

Australia

swallowed

induce

vomiting,

give

glass

water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information

listed

the Material Safety Data Sheet for

GOAL

HERBICIDE which is

available from Dow AgroSciences

request.

Call Customer Service Toll Free

1 800 700 096

or visit www.dowagrosciences.com.au

NOTICE

Seller warrants

tl1at

product conforms

chemical description

reasonably fit

purposes

stated

label

when

used

accordance

with

directions under

normal

conditions of

use.

warranty of

merchantability

fitness for a particular

purpose,

express

implied,

extends

product

contrary

label

instructions,

under off-label

permits

endorsed

AgroSciences

under

abnormal

conditions.

Various

registered

trademarks

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

(All Hours)

Barcode

(~iN-.>

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APVMA

Approval Number

54271/52065

GMID

xxxxxxx

100 L

Batch

Number

Made

Zealand

Approved Goal Herbicide Label 24 August 2009

DIRECTIONS

Goal'"

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used

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control.

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rate-as

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glyphosate

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cultivatioo

SowilliJ

following

applleatlon

arnwal

weeds·and

days

perenBial

.weeds

ensure

herbicide

absorption,

ooless

spedlied

tile

CRITICAL

COMMENTS.

SITUATION

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

&

RATE

TIME

APPliCATION

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label

glyph"""'

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Winter

Fallow

product

{such.as:Ripper

460,

g~pilosate

flelont

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Roundup>,

Roundup

CT,

Powe!Max',

product·a!Hs

Touchdown<

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recommended

labelra~

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&

natlrea,

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label

gljphOsate

produd

m!Jha~os

viHSIIICiodlora:

(such

R~per4BO.

Roundup,

ag~p-e

Grapevines,

Roundup

PowerMax,

Touchdown

product.at.

C.tve

trees,

Toucttdown-HiTer.h)

recommended

Pomefmlt

label

rate

(11j1.apple,

pear,

nashi,

QUiooe),

Stone

fruit

eg.

ajllicot,

cherry.

rteetarine,

Refer

label

paraqoot

d~uatl

mlllra,ln

peach,

plum)

paraquat

products

(such

Spray.

paraquat

Tree

nuts

SeOOr·

Tryqua('!<

200)

d~ueVparaquat

(eg.

aimood,

product

macadamia,

reoommmd

"""'·

wo~ut)

label

rate

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Additioo

Goof

Herbicide

glyphosate

products

will

improve

kno<:ltdown

increase-the

speed

atwhich·reated-weeds-davtlop·visible

symptoms

phytotrOOci~

(compared

to·results

""iewrf·wl~

llf'IJJhosate

applkid

alone)

give

rontr~·ol

annual

nettles,

(UflicaSflll.),

barley,

grass,

Patorson's

cu,..,

small-

flowe<ed

mallow·and.storl<s~ll.

f<lrrates

glyphosate,

refer

appmpriale

label.

Read-and

follow

aU:Iabel

directions.

SAFE

SOWING

INTERVALS

section

label.

Additioo

Goal

Herbicide.

glypfmsate

products

wi!Hmprove-knockdown

incfoose-the

speed·at.which-lreated

weeds,develOI)·visibte

symptoms

pbytotrOOci~.(r:ompared

resutls

achie'led

IIi~

glyphosale

afllllkida~)

!}ive

control

annual-nettles,

(Uftlca

spp.),

barley·

grass.

Pater~oo·s

curse.

smaH-

!lowered

mallow

storl<s~l.

rates

gljphosare,

refer

appropriate

label.

Read

and-lollow-aU-Iabel

direcliorts.

DO·

NOT

iP-'l-

the-tank

ofyphosate

Goal.near

trees

vines

less

than

years

unless

they

etrective/y

shielded

from

SIHIIY

spray

drift

AddHioo

Goal

Herbicide

tan1r

llith

paraquat

rliqu.Vparaquat

!>'odtret

will

irn!>'ovt

cootr~

small

flowered-mallow,

evenir11J

primrose

other

weeds

sensitive

Goal

Hertlicide.

f<lr

paraquat

4~Vparaquet

produd,

refer

appropriate

~bel.

Read

lahel

~rectio,...

GOIUiomicideiiiJIIIIII

Wild-free

IOII.or

woods

olsoedliiiiiSiaQI.

R£S11IAIIIT:

ffopplyinjJ.to

wood

seedlings,

NOT'dislllrtlweeds

sowing·

lollowing·appticalion·lo

annualweedsar!dl

days

pereooial

weeds

to

erJsur&

herbicidubsorption;

unlltSS-specified

in·the

CRITICAL

COMMENTS.

CROP

Wli!DS

Wli£0

RAT£

SITUATION

CONTROLLED

CROP

STAG£

Broala

c..,.:

Refer

to.Weeds

Weed

free

soil

1.5

to

21Jha

Brocooli

Gontr~Od

{prior

to

-crop

cabbages

transplanting}

cauHnower

~(alter

Refer

·to

weeds

Weed

keesoil

2to4lAla

transplanting

Controlkid

lisl

under

estllilished

Weeds

t<J

bushes)

true-leal

Slage

-(alter

Refer.t<J

weeds

Weed

keesoil

BlAla

...,splanlingof

GontroiiMNst

ytliJOIJseedliliJS

(hestresulls

IY

after-

llar:vest:of

are

achieved

Weeds

mabJreplaniS)

wlienaptJI«<to

6

true-leal.stage

moisl:csoil

free-of

woods)

Goat

Booktet.ln<il<!

CRITICAL

COMMEIITS

Appt;

Goal-

prepared

ground

l<l

days

prior

np~ntillll.

If

soil

is

dry,

irrigation

or

rainfaH·is

required,

pOOr

-to

transplanting.for·aetivatioo

Goat

Hertli<jde.

Utilise

hanspianting

tecl!oques

which

cause

minim~

soil

disturbance.

EX<lOSSive

soil.distudJanre

lessen

>OIMty.

llstiiNI

hioller

ma

i11

sitoolions·where-weed

pressure

is

known-to-be

heavy.

higher

rate.whwel009erresidual

iiCIMIHy.(up

moolhs)

r<Qured.

When

seedlJoos.arf!

presenl,

appty

as

a-tllk

mixwith-!)3m.1uauo.give

Dolfi

knookOOWn

and

resid~·oontrol.

A--noo,.joojc

Sl.ltfootantshoukJ:I>e

us6(fifi'lhupray

mixture

at·its

reoornrneoded:rate.

Af)ply,as.

diremed.spray,to-avoid.oontact

with

ooffee·planiS.

-··

estalilished·woeds

must

heellmilatmtolty

me<hanicalor

r.hemk:al

means

prior

to

application.

higher131e·whore

footl<r·r-.at-o"(upto6

nNinlhs)

r"'tJ>ed.

·ovor-U...!Op"

illltllfcalion

will

llllmated.

RecenHy

germiflated

smal

seedllog

grasses

broa!lleafwoods

t<J

true

"""'l

wifl.he.OOfltrolled

v.i1h

drese

rates.

Established

larger

woods

must

eliminated

-by.

mechanical

·or

&hoolieahneaJJS

prior-

to~app!ication

of,GoaHterbicide.

Add

a

non·iooic

stlffactant

at·ils

recommended

rate

to.

enhance

actMly.

2.Goiii-!Hfiodto·-ooiler_at_lllllllaQe·

~--o-HJ

GROP·DR

WEEDS

WI!ED·DR

RATE

SITUATION

CDRTROUED

CROP

STAGE

ftnslly

Refer

Weeds

Weed

free

or4lAla

1'1-:

Cootrolled

(Oiherl>elore

EuCi>\'PIIJSspp.

preferably

and.Pinus.spp.

witl1in

4-weeks

(ellh

before

l13flSIJOnlillg).

preferaltj

within

weeks

Weeds

allhe

trallS!lonling)

teal

stage

Foreslry

Trees

llroadlealwoods

Weeds

theA

4lAla

grasses

tr.,.teal

stage

4mU10m

~Ill

-let.-

11-9

CRITICAL

COMMBITS

Ullder

weed-free

conditions,

apply

directed-or

"over-the:top~

SJlfay.

Olstumance

thr.t.herbicidal

barrier

on.the.soil

surface

transptmlatioo-may-reduee

the.len!)dl

wee(H.xmtrol.-

wood

seedlin(Jfi·are_present,

apJJ!y,as

"over~the-top'~

spray.

r.tither

sltualloo,

use-the

lli{lher

rate-forlon!J6f-

resKiual:control.

GoaHierbicide

can-be

applied

tank

'Nilh

simazifle

extend

spectrum

leRgth

--ol.

DO

NOT

this

tank

mix,in.Eur.alyptus-plantations-orown

sands,

with

clay

oroanic

maner.

likelihood

foliar

damage

trees

{especially

eocalypts)

'Nil

increase·

if-applied

to·fefiaoe-.thatl~autot

hardened

and/or

If-the

temperature

exreeds

2WC.

However

Goai.Herbicide

is·.ge:nerally

regarded

safe

to-commonly

ponte<!

fo!esl!y

species

bullhe

sensitM1y

tess

oommon

species

should

tesle<l

smaH

areas·

before

large.-seale-applicalkln

is-made.

esta*hmenl

trees

approveif

farm

practices

such

wind

breaks,

sioo

conk~.-~~

forestry

plantings.

WhrlnatJI)Iying

post-plant

spray,

ensure

spray

directed-to

base-of

seedlin(ls,

that

seedlings

pnntecte<l.llt

nota"~

untler

winrly

oondilions.

Go~-

opjlled

toWifol,..

soil

or....,

ol....Uillll

siiQo.

(_frDm_,.,..,.,)

CR!lf'

WEEDS

WEED

RATE

SITUATION

CONTROLLED

CROI'STAGE

l'yrltlnm;

Refer

Vleeds

Pfe-planl

4{)(6Lhla

bare

rooted

Controlled

inco.-I)O(ated

transplants

or

list

(extepl

into

weed

lree

seedlings

chickweed)

soil

worl<oo

a

fine

lilth

-more

than

llfackbeny

fme<lJod

oo-tso

ml/lia

41eaf

stage

nightshade.

present

Cleavers.

fteldbild-.

ftJml!of\',

Gr01mdsel.

Sorrel.

Volunteer·

potato.

Wireweed

·eslabisfled

"'""""·plus

200mlto41JlJa

cmps,

>f-yr

okl

Sow·ttislle,

Spoar-lhis!e

Tolllcoo

Rei«

Weeds

Weed~eesoi

IJlJa

Commled

GoaltL

Booklet.lnd<l

10-11

CRITICAL

COMMEIHS

Apply

prior

to

final

soil

preparation.

The

preferred

Implements

f{)(

final

soil

prepatation

would

be

either

a

multiple

tyne

cutllvator

or

rotary

tmows.

Use

the

6l/lia

rate

heavy

black

clay

soils

round

lletwont1llld

Coal

Rive<

valleys.

asmllflia).

Goal

Herbicide

will

provide

consis!<flt

control

chickweed.

Af!tllywhenll\'rtlhrum

is>

fOoru-...

Af!tlly,mtes

ofmorelhall1bA!aOIILY

belweeolst

of·Febrtla'Y

31st

oi·March.

ooNOT"""

-·IIIH25-

-·-·

control

weeds

aloog

spray

lines

oo~.

NOT~~~~~~

10

--crop.

i'<Jply

to

soil

after

so!Ml<:Setiffiga:lion.system·Ras

been:laid

out

..

m:-the·field:

Goal-Herbicide

slwllld

applied

amootsoii.\Yherevef\'.-weetls(2-31eaf)

01101110

plio!

to

spraying.lhe·addition

oh

oon-ionic

surfaclaflt

to·the

spray

mixture

is·

necessary

for

effective

control.

SOOukf

lhe

weeds

be

more

adVanced,

the

addition

of

2

lJha

of

T

ryquat

200

is

required.

Avoid

spray

drift

z.

llfii-IIPiiiiiJo

weotHnesollor

woods

atseedlltotl

IIIQII.

(-·---12·13!

CROP·OR

WEEDS

WEED

SITUAnON

CIIHTIIOLU:D

CRDPSTAGE

RATf

T-(Ftri&

Reier

w""'

Weed

free

4liba

NlllltlliVilll

Coolr-oll!!!:l'Dst

111_3,..,.

llld:IIJ.

.,_,

lnclldilltl:

Gr3f)6'1ines,

Olive

trees,

Emerged

weeds

Pometruit

(IJ!I.apjlle,pear,

preselll

(4-11

leal

oastu,

quince),

s1lltlel

St1me

lruit

(IJ!I.

aprk:ot,

cherry,

nectarine,

peach,

plum)

Tree

mils

(IJ!I.

almond,

macadamia,

pecan,

walrwt).

CRITICAL

CDMMEIITS

DllNOT

-Goal---

illtl

swell·lluooo-.

App~-10

kesll~

cultivallld

soil.

higher

rate

when

looger

r<Sitilal

conot

required

4monlhs).

Where

grass

weeds·art-expected

to.be

major

problem,

when-control

wkler·weed·speclrum,-is

required,

mb:-ttle

lower-

rate-with·4:5

Lltla

OI)'Zalin

(5001)1L).prodiJiltor

kll'lla

napropamlde

(50011'1<01

proouct.

Refer

product

labels

Cfops,

rates,

states

weeds

controlled

follow

label

~recloos.

NOT""'

Goal

Hmloldt--

i11t1

...,IIIIa

.......t.

~gher

rate

when

klnger

residnal

oontrol

requwet!

moo~s).

When

young

seet!Hng

orasses

allll'or-hnllldleal-.

present,

app~

wllh-owoosa~

paraquat

diquatlparaquat

obtain

OOih

knockdown

residual

control.

oon-ionic

surfadartt-

such-as

85·1/.XW

should

used·

%vlv.

Read

follow

al1'1abol

directions.

Where-weed

growth

lar!)e

dense,

weeds

must·be

eliminated

prior

applicadon

Goal

Herllcide,

using

chemicalor.mecbaflical.means.

-mlu:

Apply

water

lila.

App~idter

hiiiVOSt

prevent

spray

oontacling

nuts.

Avoid

spray

contact

With

foliage

arid

stem.

apply

nuts

groUfld.

Goal

Horilclile

oppliod

--1110

soil

woods

alseedlloo

~qe.

(llllllllmdlrBm,..t4-15}

CROP

WEEDS

WEED

SITUATION

CONTROllED

CROPS!

RATE

Troplcallftd

Refer

Weeds

Weed

lfee

soil

4lilla

slhinpiCollnll

Controlled

list

-·llnodlllo

poel),lncladloo;

Em<rged

weeds

Avocado,

present

Clterimoya,

CIIS1llfdapp~.

Otlriao,

feijoa,

Guava,

Jacktruil,

Kiwifruit

lon(J!In,

lydleo,

Mango,

Mangosteon,

Papaya,

Passionfruit,

Persimmoo,

Ramblllan,

S1Br

apple.

USED

FOR

AllY

PURPOSE,

IH·AIIY

MAIIHER,

CONTRARY

LABEl

UNLESS·

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROI'RIATI'

lEGISLATION.

WITMHOlDING

PERIODS:

GRAZIIIG:

OONOT

ALlOW·

liVESTOCK

GMZE

TREATED

WEEDS.

HARVUT:

REOUIIIEO

WH!N

USED

DIAECTIO.

Gooi1L l'leokletin<ld

14-15

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

Best

results

oblained

when

appliOO

moist

weed

free

soil

and-

followed

raintaR

irrigation.

weeds

presoot,

Goal

Herbicide-should

applied

tank-mix

with

recommended

rates

olyJ)OOsate

paraquat

diquatlparaquat.

Read

follow

label

direct~ns.

Weeds

Controlled

List:

BEFBRE

GERMINATION

Amsinom

(Amsinckia

SJlll.)

Batley

grass

Honreum

leporlnum)

Barnyard

grass

(Echinochlo.!

spp.)

Blaclcbeny·nl{lll~llade

·(Solanum

niamm)

Bladder

ketmia,(Hibiscvs

lrirlmmi(

llurrgrass

(CMcl>ws

iWStral~)

C.ltrop

Tribvlvs

rerres~)

Cot><>weed

(Arcterheca

ca/entllila)

Ch~kweed.(Siellllrta

mea/a)

Crowsfoot.{lrass-{f/eusine

imlica)

Deadnettle

(llimivm

amplexicaule)

(Chenopodium

album)

Giani

pigweed

Trianthema

pOitu/acastrum)

llverseed.grass(Urochhla

pan/co/des)

loveQrass

(Eragrostis

spp.)

Pigeon

grass

SelaTia

spp.

Pigweed

{PO!tu/aca

oleracea)

Prlcldy

letmce

[ac/vca

spp.)

Natal

grass

(Rhynche/ylrum

repens)

Redshank{llmaranthus

cruentus)

Ryegrass

[o/ivm

spp.)

Sesbanla

(Sesbania

cannabina)

Shepherd's

purse

(C3pse6a

/Jursa-pastoris)

Small

flowered

mallow

(Malva

pa!V/ffora)

Soursob.

Oxalis

pes.;;aprae)

thistle

Sonchus

o/eraceus)

Starbun

(Acanlhospermvm

hispidvm)

Stinkgrass

(Eragrostis

cilianensis)

Summer

grass

{Di(Jffaria

spp.)

Thornapple

(Datvra

stramooivm)

White

f1JO

(Richard/a

/Jras/UensJs)

Wild-mustard

(Sisymbrlumspp.)

Wild

radish

(Raphar1us

raphahistrum)

Wireweed/Hogweed

(Po/y()onum

avicu/are)

Goattl

Elookletkl<ld

16-17

SEEDLINGS

Amsinckia

(Amsinckia

spp.)

Barley.grass

(HOrdeum

g/awum,

H.lepoririJJm)*

Bellvine

(lpomoea.spp.)

Cot><>weed

(Arctotheca.caiantlvla)

Common.

cotula

Cotu/a.australis)

Crowsloot-Qrass

(E/eusine-indica)

il<adnettte

(Lamivm

amp/ox/cavle)

Grooodsol(

SMeu/e·

w/QariS)

llverseed

grass

llrochlo.!

panicoives)

Paterson:s

curse·(Echium

plantagineum)"

Pigweed

Pofllllaca

o/eracea)

Potato

weed

Galinsooa

parviffora)

Redshank

(Amaranthus

cruent!IS)

Shepherd's

purse

(CJpse/la

brnsa'(JastoriS)

thistle

(Sonchvs

oleracevs)

Small

flowered

mallow

(Malva

parviflora)~

Slinging

netde

(Unica

ruenS)

SlinkQrass

{Eragrostis

cilianensis)

Storl<sbill(

Erodivm

spp.

Wlkl

radish

(Raphanus

raphanistrum)

When

mixed

with

oiYPhosate

prodllct

recommended

rate.

GENERAL

INSTRUCTIONS

Goal-Herbicide

selective

herrncide

control

certain

armualurasses

tlroadteaf

woods

dormant

apples,

Qrapes,

peaches,

pears,

plllms,

apricots,

almonds,

macadamia,

duboisia,

totJae-co,

coffee,

pyrethrum,

winter

cereals,

topicaVsubtropical

crops,

tlrasstcas,

onions,

Eucalyptl/5

ilftd

F1mJs

spp.

other

forestry

trees,

appl~

either

weed

free

soil

seedling

weeds

true-leaf

stage.

Goo!

Herbicide

applied

well

prepared,

weed

soil

should

nor-be

disturbed

lncorporated·atter

·application.

Weed

control

6.months

expected

wilh·lrigh

label

rates,

but-spot

treatment.Gf

escape

weeds

perennialltrasses

be·necessary

with

knockdown·

herbicides.

When

Goai·Herbicide

applied

seedling-wtled~·at.the

61eaf

slage,

non-ionic

siJffactant

such

BS-1000

shotMba.added·at:recommended·

rates

improve

activity,

where

su~mested

CRITICAl

COMMENlS.

Goal

Herbicide

also

used

rates

~spike"

improve

weed

spectrum.ef·knoekdown

herbicides

such

glytJiwsate

and·

paraq~&at

diquatl

paraquat

mixtures.

RESISTANT

WEEDS

WARNING

GROUP

HERBICIDE

Goal

Herbicide

m!Htlber

diptrenyl

ether

groop.of.l\erbicides.

mode

actlen

Goal

Herbicide

to.intliblt

proloporphyrinogen

oxidase.

weed

resistance

mana!JI!ment,

Goal

Herbicide

is·a

Group.G

herbicide.

Some.naturally-

occurring.wte(lbiotypes

resistant

to.GDal

Herbicide

and·ottter

inhibitors

Group

herbieides

exisl·throouh·

normal

genelic

variabiliti

weed

t>OJ)lllalion.

resistanHndividuals

can.evenluatly,domiflate.ttte

weetJ.populalion

if·.these

herbicides

·used

.repeatedly;

Thase

weeds

will·

not.·be

conlrolted·by·Goai

Herbicide

other·inhlbitors.or·Grolfi}·G·.hef.bicides.

Since·

oocurrenee.of

resistant

weeds

difficuh

detect

J)fklr·to

.use,

Oow·AoroScienoos

accepts

liability-tor.

any·losses

tl!al·may

resuu.tmm·tl\e·fallure

of·Goai-Hefbicide·to

control

resistant.

weeds.

TIMING

Hosldltlc.-1

optimllfllresidual-weed

control,

Goal

Herbicide

shook!

·be

applied

·to

soil

sllfface

prior·

ro,wftld

emeroence·afler

other

aoricuttural·operations,

such

mechanical

·oollivetion·and·re-shapintJ

of.iffigation

furrows,

l1ave

been-completed.

area

sOOuld·be

left.

undisturbed

·dmirlg

.the

lime

period

desired

weed

control.

When-applle<IIO

soodllniJ-ds,

1hey.s1Jould

young

active~

growilljJ.

Weed

control

up·to·6

months

expected

with

high:label-rates,

spot·trealment

escape

perennial

.orasses

necessatY

with·knockdown

herbicides.

Post-emeroence

weed

conlrol

optimum

post-tmeroence

weed

control,

Goal

herbicme

glyphosate

mixes

should

apj):lied

smati·Seedlinu-weeds

up.fo

4-6.1rue-leaf

stage.

non-ionic

surfactant

sooh

BS~1000

is·

recommended

improve

activity.

Weeds

sOOuld·be

actively

growing

and·lree

from.environmentai-Siress

(drought,

cold,·

insect

atlack,.nulrient·deliciency).

CWtivation·afler

tfeabrulnl

and-prior

planting

beneficial

final

fallow

weed

control.

MIXING

Shake-well

before

use.

When

usiflg.Goai.Herbiaide

alone,

liH.the

spray.lank

least1131liiS

with

clean

water

recomm1111ded

amooot

of·Goal

Herbicide·while

pump

aild·agitator

running,

ltlen.cMnplete

fiflino·the

spray

tank.

non-ionic

surfactant,.

if-required

by.tabfll·direc.ttons,

should

added

rtear

the·fiiHng-fl(ocess

minimise

foaming.

tank

mixing

with

oryzalin-(500

gil)

113propamide,

prodootto

fitled

tmk·and

·then.ad£1·

Goal

Herbicide-during-the

lifllng

operation.

Maintain

agitaOOn

during

mixing

and-until·

spraying

is·c!Htlpleted.

When

tank·

mixing

with

1Jiyplwsate-formulations,

paraqtlat,

diquat

paraquatldiqual,

tl\ese

after

Goal,

Herbicide

during·

the.

fill

ina.

operation.

Goal

Herbicide+

Glypbosale

tank·mbes

Ensure·thorough:agitation·when·

mixing,

filling

spray

tank

and-during

application,

irrespective

of,glyphosare

-formulation

used.

Follow.recommended

order

and·dirtelions

tank

mixing

Goal

!Jiyphosate.

spray

immediately·after

preparation.

tanlc>mix,Goai·Herbicide

glyphesale

wittmur.agilation.

00'N0l'.;dk)w.miK·to.sland

lftlaQitated.

OO·NOT

store

Goal

Herbicide

arntvlypOOsale-tank

mil(es.

OO.NOT

ollie!

aotOChemicai·!Hoducls

with

Goal

Roundup

PowerMax

tank

mixtures.

APPLICATION

Spray

equiptTM~nt

should

calibrated

carefully

before

uae.

Goal

Herbicide

shoo~

apl)lied

ooilorm~

with

accurately

calibrated,

pressure

herl:ricide

Sl)rayer,

a-directed·

treatment

thtl

base

tree

vine

crops

using.

hollow

cone

noules.

Complete·ooverage

seedlill{l

weeds

reQuired

mall:imum

knockdown

erfect.

Ensure

both

weed

foliage

soil

surface

sprayed.

Apply

using

a.vehlcle-mounted

boom,

calibrate

deliver

droplet

spectmm

classificafion,defined.as

medium.WASABE'

Standard

S512,

using

water

vulume

ol250

5001i~es

perhec1are

lor·bare

soH.,.

1350

IHres

hec~re

when

seedling

weeds

leal

stage)

treated.

higher

volumes

where-weed·density

high.

Tank.mOO:ures

75-mUha

Goai-HertJicide

with-glyphosate

herbicides

shouki-be·apl)lied.ln

30to

litres·spr~

voklme.per

hectare.

For-maximum

residual

OOfltrol.

Goai·Herbk:ide

should·NOT

incorporated-or

disturbed-alter

applicatloo.

CROP

SAFETY

Goal:Her:biclde·may·be:applied

directed

at1dlor

shiekled,spray.aroultd·dormant

peach,

plum,

aJ!ricot

.

almond,

apple-and·pear.trees.and

gJapevifles.

all-ages

when

applted

at-rates

ot.less·than

·1lAia.·

When.applted:al3

above,

the-trees

and.orapevines.shouJd

·be·aUeast3

years

age;

DO·NOl

apply

Goal

Herbicide

once·bUd-Sweii-Bas

oecurred-when

usino

rates

greater·

than

l.Jha.

Duboisia.saediiAOS

alld-

mature

plants

will

tolerate

"over-the--top~

af)Jtlicalions

Goal

·Herbicide.

SAFE

SOWING

INTERVALS

Goal

Herbicide

mi.Ala

may-be

safely

applied

prior

planliAO

broattacre

crops

such

cereals

{wheat,

barley,

oals,

triticale),

canola,

pulses

{lul}i11s,

faba

beafls,

field.peas)·amt-und~~rsown

pasiUres

(luMrne,

clover,

medics.

ryegrass,

!)halaris,

oocksfoot)-and

days

millimum-prior

to.pfanling

cotton

soybeans,

provided

mifllmum

tillage

planting

equipment

used-with

minimal

soil

disturbance.

Inversion,

mixing

surface

soil

with·ltlat

the.plantiftg

zone-or

covering

seed=with-trtated

soil

result-in

injury

emerging

crop

seedliflgs.

A,.li

,.,.riqlho

seed

with

oelltreated

Gooi·Harlllcldo

dtrill\llhll

plaRIIII\I

OJIII'IIIon

minimise

lnflry.

Goal

Herbicide

residual

soil-activity,

especially

when

applied-at-rates

greater

than

mi.Ata

on-smaU"seedetl

honicuDural

crops.

Plant

back

intervals

following

table

horticulturat

crops

must

observed

more

than

mi.Ala

Goal

Herblcid&

Deen

applied,

Geai1L 80oklet.i:ldd

20-21

Sale

Sowlnolnlervals

Horticultural

Croros

(Day;)

Goal

Herllicldo

rote

u;to75mtm

LJha

Beans

6<l

Brassicas

Gaosicums

Carrots

Cocurblts

Lettuce

Potatoes

6<l

Tomatoes

6<l

COMPATIBILITY

Goal

Herbicide

compatible

with-glyphosate

proctucts

(with

agitation),

oryzalin

(500

gil).

diquat,

paraqu~.

paraquaVdiQtJat

a11d

Bast!'.

PROTECTION

CROPS,

NATIVE

OTHER

NON-TARGET

PLANTS

apply

ooder

weather

coodilions,

!rom

sprnyiilg

eqt~lpment,

that

cause

spray·to

drift

onto-nearby

susceptible-plants/crops,

cropptno

lands

pastures.

PROTECTION

LIVESTOCK

with

care

wllen

applyinl)

areas

frequented

slock.

PROTECTION

WILDLIFE,

FISH,

CRUSTACEANS

ENVIRONMENT

This

product-is

highly

toxic

wtklllle

fish.

contaminate

strfl31Tls,

rivers

wa~trways

with-

chemical-or

used

cootainers.

care

when-applying

areas

frequented

wifdlile

or-adjacent

body

water.

.NOT

apply

when

weather

condi!lons

favour

drilt

target

areas.

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Dow AgroSciences (Australia) Ltd.

encourages and expects you to read and understand the entire

(M)SDS, as there is important information throughout the document. We expect you to follow the

precautions identified in this document unless your use conditions would necessitate other appropriate

methods or actions.

1.

Product and Company Identification

Product Name

Goal™ Herbicide

Identified uses

Plant Protection Product

COMPANY IDENTIFICATION

Dow AgroSciences (Australia) Ltd.

A Subsidiary of

The Dow Chemical Company

ABN 24 003 771 659

Level 5

20 Rodborough Rd

Frenchs Forest, NSW 2086

Australia

Customer Information Number:

1800-700-096

auscustomerservice@dow.com

EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER

24-Hour Emergency Contact:

61 3 9663 2130

Local Emergency Contact:

1800 033 882

For advice, contact a doctor (at once) or the Australian Poisons Information Centre:

131 126

For Transport Emergency Only Dial 000

2.

Hazards Identification

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES CLASSIFICATION: Classified as hazardous to health according to the

criteria of the National Occupational Health and Safety Commission, Australia

Risk Phrases:

R61 - May cause harm to the unborn child.

R65 - Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.

R36/37/38 - Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.

R50/53 - Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic

environment.

Safety Phrases:

S35 - This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe way.

S37/39 - Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

(Material) Safety Data Sheet

Dow AgroSciences (Australia) Ltd.

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S45 - In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where

possible).

S53 - Avoid exposure - obtain special instructions before use.

S57 - Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination.

Component

Amount

Classification:

CAS #

EC #

Oxyfluorfen

22.2 %

N: R50/53

42874-03-3

255-983-0

Solvent naphtha

(petroleum), heavy arom.;

Kerosine - unspecified

> 50.0 - < 60.0

Xn: R65

64742-94-5

265-198-5

N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

> 10.0 - < 20.0

Repr. 2: R61; Xi:

R36/37/38

872-50-4

212-828-1

2-Methylpropan-1-ol;

iso-butanol

< 5.0

Not Classified.

78-83-1

201-148-0

Naphthalene

< 1.0

Not Classified.

91-20-3

202-049-5

See Section 16 for full text of R-phrases.

4.

First Aid Procedures

Consult the Poisons Information Centre (131126) or a doctor in every case of suspected

chemical poisoning. Never give fluids or induce vomiting if a patient is unconscious or

convulsing regardless of cause of injury. If breathing difficulties occur seek medical attention

immediately.

Description of first aid measures

General advice: First Aid responders should pay attention to self-protection and use the recommended

protective clothing (chemical resistant gloves, splash protection). If potential for exposure exists refer to

Section 8 for specific personal protective equipment.

Inhalation: Move person to fresh air. If person is not breathing, call an emergency responder or

ambulance, then give artificial respiration; if by mouth to mouth use rescuer protection (pocket mask

etc). Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice.

Skin Contact: Take off contaminated clothing. Wash skin with soap and plenty of water for 15-20

minutes. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. Wash clothing before reuse. Shoes

and other leather items which cannot be decontaminated should be disposed of properly. Suitable

emergency safety shower facility should be available in work area.

Eye Contact: Hold eyes open and rinse slowly and gently with water for 15-20 minutes. Remove contact

lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eyes. Call a poison control center or

doctor for treatment advice. Suitable emergency eye wash facility should be available in work area.

Ingestion: Immediately call a poison control center or doctor. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do

so by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give any liquid to the person. Do not give anything by

mouth to an unconscious person.

Most important symptoms and effects, both acute and delayed

Aside from the information found under Description of first aid measures (above) and Indication of

immediate medical attention and special treatment needed (below), any additional important symptoms

and effects are described in Section 11: Toxicology Information.

Indication of immediate medical attention and special treatment needed

If lavage is performed, suggest endotracheal and/or esophageal control. Danger from lung aspiration

must be weighed against toxicity when considering emptying the stomach. The decision of whether to

induce vomiting or not should be made by a physician. No specific antidote. Treatment of exposure

should be directed at the control of symptoms and the clinical condition of the patient. Have the Safety

Data Sheet, and if available, the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center

or doctor, or going for treatment.

3.

Composition Information

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5.

Fire Fighting Measures

Suitable extinguishing media

Water fog or fine spray. Dry chemical fire extinguishers. Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers. Foam.

Alcohol resistant foams (ATC type) are preferred. General purpose synthetic foams (including AFFF) or

protein foams may function, but will be less effective.

Extinguishing Media to Avoid: Do not use direct water stream. May spread fire.

Special hazards arising from the substance or mixture

Hazardous Combustion Products: During a fire, smoke may contain the original material in addition to

combustion products of varying composition which may be toxic and/or irritating. Combustion products

may include and are not limited to: Nitrogen oxides. Hydrogen fluoride. Hydrogen chloride. Carbon

monoxide. Carbon dioxide.

Unusual Fire and Explosion Hazards: Violent steam generation or eruption may occur upon

application of direct water stream to hot liquids. Dense smoke is produced when product burns.

Container may rupture from gas generation in a fire situation.

Advice for firefighters

Fire Fighting Procedures: Keep people away. Isolate fire and deny unnecessary entry. Burning

liquids may be extinguished by dilution with water. Do not use direct water stream. May spread fire.

Burning liquids may be moved by flushing with water to protect personnel and minimize property

damage. Contain fire water run-off if possible. Fire water run-off, if not contained, may cause

environmental damage. Review the “Accidental Release Measures” and the “Ecological Information”

sections of this (M)SDS.

Special Protective Equipment for Firefighters: Wear positive-pressure self-contained breathing

apparatus (SCBA) and protective fire fighting clothing (includes fire fighting helmet, coat, trousers,

boots, and gloves). Avoid contact with this material during fire fighting operations. If contact is likely,

change to full chemical resistant fire fighting clothing with self-contained breathing apparatus. If this is

not available, wear full chemical resistant clothing with self-contained breathing apparatus and fight fire

from a remote location. For protective equipment in post-fire or non-fire clean-up situations, refer to the

relevant sections.

See Section 9 for related Physical Properties

HAZCHEM: 2X

6.

Accidental Release Measures

Personal precautions, protective equipment and emergency procedures: Isolate area. Keep

unnecessary and unprotected personnel from entering the area. Refer to Section 7, Handling, for

additional precautionary measures. No smoking in area. Use appropriate safety equipment. For

additional information, refer to Section 8, Exposure Controls and Personal Protection.

Environmental precautions: Prevent from entering into soil, ditches, sewers, waterways and/or

groundwater. See Section 12, Ecological Information. Spills or discharge to natural waterways is likely

to kill aquatic organisms.

Methods and materials for containment and cleaning up: Contain spilled material if possible. Small

spills: Absorb with materials such as: Clay. Dirt. Sand. Sweep up. Collect in suitable and properly

labeled containers. Large spills: Contact Dow AgroSciences for clean-up assistance. See Section 13,

Disposal Considerations, for additional information.

7.

Handling and Storage

Handling

General Handling: Keep out of reach of children. Keep away from heat, sparks and flame. Do not

swallow. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Avoid breathing vapor or mist. Avoid prolonged or

repeated contact with skin. Wash thoroughly after handling. Keep container closed. Use with adequate

ventilation. Containers, even those that have been emptied, can contain vapors. Do not cut, drill, grind,

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weld, or perform similar operations on or near empty containers. See Section 8, EXPOSURE

CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION.

Storage

Store in a dry place. Store in original container. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Do not

store near food, foodstuffs, drugs or potable water supplies.

To maintain product quality, recommended storage temperature is > 5 °C

8.

Exposure Controls / Personal Protection

Exposure Limits

Component

List

Type

Value

Oxyfluorfen

Dow IHG

0.2 mg/m3

N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

AIHA WEEL

40 mg/m3 10 ppm SKIN

AU OEL

103 mg/m3 25 ppm SKIN

AU OEL

STEL

309 mg/m3 75 ppm SKIN

2-Methylpropan-1-ol;

iso-butanol

ACGIH

50 ppm

AU OEL

152 mg/m3 50 ppm

Naphthalene

ACGIH

10 ppm SKIN

AU OEL

52 mg/m3 10 ppm

AU OEL

STEL

79 mg/m3 15 ppm

EU IOELV

50 mg/m3 10 ppm

RECOMMENDATIONS IN THIS SECTION ARE FOR MANUFACTURING, COMMERCIAL BLENDING

AND PACKAGING WORKERS. APPLICATORS AND HANDLERS SHOULD SEE THE PRODUCT

LABEL FOR PROPER PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AND CLOTHING.

A “skin” notation following the inhalation exposure guideline refers to the potential for dermal absorption

of the material including mucous membranes and the eyes either by contact with vapors or by direct skin

contact.

It is intended to alert the reader that inhalation may not be the only route of exposure and that measures

to minimize dermal exposures should be considered.

Personal Protection

Eye/Face Protection: Use chemical goggles. If exposure causes eye discomfort, use a full-face

respirator.

Skin Protection: Use protective clothing chemically resistant to this material. Selection of specific items

such as face shield, boots, apron, or full body suit will depend on the task.

Hand protection: Use chemical resistant gloves classified under standard AS/NZS 2161.10: Protective

gloves against chemicals and micro-organisms. Examples of preferred glove barrier materials include:

Polyethylene. Ethyl vinyl alcohol laminate (“EVAL”). Polyvinyl chloride (“PVC” or “vinyl”).

Styrene/butadiene rubber. Viton. Examples of acceptable glove barrier materials include: Butyl rubber.

Chlorinated polyethylene. Natural rubber (“latex”). Neoprene. Nitrile/butadiene rubber (“nitrile” or

“NBR”). When prolonged or frequently repeated contact may occur, a glove with a protection class of 5

or higher (breakthrough time greater than 240 minutes according to AS/NZS 2161.10) is recommended.

When only brief contact is expected, a glove with a protection class of 3 or higher (breakthrough time

greater than 60 minutes according to AS/NZS 2161.10) is recommended. NOTICE: The selection of a

specific glove for a particular application and duration of use in a workplace should also take into

account all relevant workplace factors such as, but not limited to: Other chemicals which may be

handled, physical requirements (cut/puncture protection, dexterity, thermal protection), potential body

reactions to glove materials, as well as the instructions/specifications provided by the glove supplier.

Respiratory Protection: Respiratory protection should be worn when there is a potential to exceed the

exposure limit requirements or guidelines. If there are no applicable exposure limit requirements or

guidelines, use an approved respirator. Selection of air-purifying or positive-pressure supplied-air will

depend on the specific operation and the potential airborne concentration of the material. For

emergency conditions, use an approved positive-pressure self-contained breathing apparatus. The

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following should be effective types of air-purifying respirators: Organic vapor cartridge with a particulate

pre-filter.

Ingestion: Avoid ingestion of even very small amounts; do not consume or store food or tobacco in the

work area; wash hands and face before smoking or eating.

Engineering Controls

Ventilation: Use engineering controls to maintain airborne level below exposure limit requirements or

guidelines. If there are no applicable exposure limit requirements or guidelines, use only with adequate

ventilation. Local exhaust ventilation may be necessary for some operations.

Other Information

Selection and use of personal protective equipment should be in accordance with the recommendations

in one or more of the relevant Australian/New Zealand Standards, including:

AS/NZS 1336: Recommended practices for eye protection in the industrial environment.

AS/NZS 1337: Eye protectors for industrial applications.

AS/NZS 1715: Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective devices.

AS/NZS 2161: Occupational protective gloves.

AS/NZS 2210: Occupational protective footwear.

AS 2919: Industrial clothing.

9.

Physical and Chemical Properties

Appearance

Physical State

Liquid.

Color

amber

Odor

Aromatic

Odor Threshold

No test data available

pH

6.51 (@ 1 %) CIPAC MT 75

Melting Point

Not applicable

Freezing Point

No test data available

Boiling Point (760 mmHg)

No test data available.

Flash Point - Closed Cup

76 °C Closed Cup

Evaporation Rate (Butyl

Acetate = 1)

No test data available

Flammability

(solid, gas)

Not applicable to liquids

Flammable Limits In Air

Lower: No test data available

Upper: No test data available

Vapor Pressure

No test data available

Vapor Density (air = 1)

No test data available

Specific Gravity (H2O = 1)

1.08

Solubility in water (by

weight)

emulsifiable

Partition coefficient,

n-octanol/water (log Pow)

No data available for this product.

Autoignition Temperature

No test data available

Decomposition

Temperature

No test data available

Dynamic Viscosity

5.6 mPa.s @ 40 °C

OECD 114

Kinematic Viscosity

No test data available

Explosive properties

Oxidizing properties

Liquid Density

No test data available

Surface tension

28.4 mN/m @ 20 °C

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10.

Stability and Reactivity

Reactivity

No dangerous reaction known under conditions of normal use.

Chemical stability

Stable under recommended storage conditions. See Storage, Section 7.

Possibility of hazardous reactions

Polymerization will not occur.

Conditions to Avoid:

Exposure to elevated temperatures can cause product to decompose.

Generation of gas during decomposition can cause pressure in closed systems.

Incompatible Materials:

Avoid contact with: Acids. Amines. Bases. Oxidizers. Halogens.

Hazardous decomposition products

Decomposition products depend upon temperature, air supply and the presence of other materials.

Decomposition products can include and are not limited to: Carbon monoxide. Carbon dioxide.

Hydrogen chloride. Hydrogen fluoride.

11.

Toxicological Information

Acute Toxicity

Ingestion

Low toxicity if swallowed. Small amounts swallowed incidentally as a result of normal handling

operations are not likely to cause injury; however, swallowing larger amounts may cause injury.

As product: LD50, rat

2,985 mg/kg

Aspiration hazard

Aspiration into the lungs may occur during ingestion or vomiting, causing lung damage or even death

due to chemical pneumonia.

Dermal

Prolonged skin contact is unlikely to result in absorption of harmful amounts.

As product: LD50, rat

> 2,000 mg/kg

Inhalation

Prolonged excessive exposure to mist may cause adverse effects. Excessive exposure may cause

irritation to upper respiratory tract (nose and throat).

As product: LC50, 4 h, Aerosol

> 4.8 mg/l

No deaths occurred at this concentration.

Eye damage/eye irritation

May cause moderate eye irritation. May cause slight corneal injury. Vapor may cause eye irritation

experienced as mild discomfort and redness.

Skin corrosion/irritation

Brief contact may cause severe skin irritation with pain and local redness.

Sensitization

Skin

As product: Skin contact may cause an allergic skin reaction.

Respiratory

No relevant data found.

Repeated Dose Toxicity

For the active ingredient(s): In animals, effects have been reported on the following organs: Blood.

Liver. Spleen. Contains component(s) which have been reported to cause effects on the following

organs in animals: Lung. Gastrointestinal tract. Thyroid. Urinary tract. Central nervous system.

Chronic Toxicity and Carcinogenicity

For the active ingredient(s): An increase in spontaneously occurring tumors observed in mice is of

questionable relevance. No increases in tumors were observed in rats.

Developmental Toxicity

For the active ingredient(s): Has been toxic to the fetus in laboratory animals at doses toxic to the

mother. N-methyl pyrrolidone has caused toxic effects to the fetus in laboratory animals at high dose

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levels with either mild or undetectable maternal toxicity. For the active ingredient(s): Did not cause birth

defects in laboratory animals.

Reproductive Toxicity

For the active ingredient(s): In laboratory animal studies, effects on reproduction have been seen only at

doses that produced significant toxicity to the parent animals.

Genetic Toxicology

For the active ingredient(s): In vitro genetic toxicity studies were negative. For the minor component(s):

In vitro genetic toxicity studies were negative in some cases and positive in other cases. Animal genetic

toxicity studies were negative.

12.

Ecological Information

Toxicity

Material is very toxic to aquatic organisms (LC50/EC50/IC50 below 1 mg/L in the most sensitive

species). Material is practically non-toxic to birds on an acute basis (LD50 > 2000 mg/kg).

Fish Acute & Prolonged Toxicity

LC50, Oncorhynchus mykiss (rainbow trout), flow-through test, 96 h: 2.8 mg/l

Aquatic Invertebrate Acute Toxicity

EC50, Daphnia magna (Water flea), flow-through test, 48 h: 0.33 mg/l

Aquatic Plant Toxicity

ErC50, Pseudokirchneriella subcapitata (green algae), static test, 72 h: 0.0015 mg/l

Toxicity to Above Ground Organisms

oral LD50, Colinus virginianus (Bobwhite quail): > 2250 mg/kg bodyweight.

oral LD50, Apis mellifera (bees): 200 micrograms/bee

contact LD50, Apis mellifera (bees): > 431 micrograms/bee

Toxicity to Soil Dwelling Organisms

LC50, Eisenia fetida (earthworms), 14 d: 400 mg/kg

Persistence and Degradability

Data for Component: Oxyfluorfen

Material is expected to biodegrade only very slowly (in the environment). Fails to pass

OECD/EEC tests for ready biodegradability.

Stability in Water (1/2-life):

3.9 d

20 °C

5 - 9

OECD Biodegradation Tests:

Biodegradation

Exposure Time

Method

10 Day Window

1.2 %

28 d

OECD 301D Test

fail

Theoretical Oxygen Demand: 1.305 mg/mg

Data for Component: Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.; Kerosine - unspecified

For similar material(s): Biodegradation may occur under aerobic conditions (in the presence of

oxygen). Based on stringent OECD test guidelines, this material cannot be considered as

readily biodegradable; however, these results do not necessarily mean that the material is not

biodegradable under environmental conditions.

Data for Component: N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

Material is readily biodegradable. Passes OECD test(s) for ready biodegradability. Material is

ultimately biodegradable (reaches > 70% biodegradation in OECD test(s) for inherent

biodegradability).

OECD Biodegradation Tests:

Biodegradation

Exposure Time

Method

10 Day Window

91 %

28 d

OECD 301B Test

pass

> 90 %

8 d

OECD 302B Test

Not applicable

73 %

28 d

OECD 301C Test

Not applicable

Data for Component: 2-Methylpropan-1-ol; iso-butanol

Material is readily biodegradable. Passes OECD test(s) for ready biodegradability.

OECD Biodegradation Tests:

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Biodegradation

Exposure Time

Method

10 Day Window

70 - 80 %

28 d

OECD 301D Test

pass

90 %

14 d

OECD 301C Test

Not applicable

Theoretical Oxygen Demand: 2.59 mg/mg

Data for Component: Naphthalene

Material is expected to be readily biodegradable.

OECD Biodegradation Tests:

Biodegradation

Exposure Time

Method

10 Day Window

99.9 %

15.2 d

Other guidelines

Not applicable

Bioaccumulative potential

Data for Component: Oxyfluorfen

Bioaccumulation: Bioconcentration potential is moderate (BCF between 100 and 3000 or Log

Pow between 3 and 5).

Partition coefficient, n-octanol/water (log Pow): 4.7 Measured

Bioconcentration Factor (BCF): 184 - 1,151; Lepomis macrochirus (Bluegill sunfish)

Data for Component: Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.; Kerosine - unspecified

Bioaccumulation: For similar material(s): Bioconcentration potential is high (BCF > 3000 or

Log Pow between 5 and 7).

Data for Component: N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

Bioaccumulation: Bioconcentration potential is low (BCF < 100 or Log Pow < 3).

Partition coefficient, n-octanol/water (log Pow): -0.38 Measured

Data for Component: 2-Methylpropan-1-ol; iso-butanol

Bioaccumulation: Bioconcentration potential is low (BCF < 100 or Log Pow < 3).

Partition coefficient, n-octanol/water (log Pow): 0.76 Measured

Bioconcentration Factor (BCF): 2; Estimated.

Data for Component: Naphthalene

Bioaccumulation: Bioconcentration potential is moderate (BCF between 100 and 3000 or Log

Pow between 3 and 5).

Partition coefficient, n-octanol/water (log Pow): 3.3 Measured

Bioconcentration Factor (BCF): 40 - 300; Fish; Measured

Mobility in soil

Data for Component: Oxyfluorfen

Mobility in soil: Expected to be relatively immobile in soil (Koc > 5000).

Partition coefficient, soil organic carbon/water (Koc): 6,831Henry’s Law Constant (H):

2.382E-02 Pa*m3/mole.; 25 °C

Data for Component: Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.; Kerosine - unspecified

Mobility in soil: No relevant data found.

Data for Component: N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

Mobility in soil: Given its very low Henry’s constant, volatilization from natural bodies of water

or moist soil is not expected to be an important fate process., Potential for mobility in soil is very

high (Koc between 0 and 50).

Partition coefficient, soil organic carbon/water (Koc): 21 Estimated.

Henry’s Law Constant (H): 4.46E-08 atm*m3/mole; 25 °C Measured

Data for Component: 2-Methylpropan-1-ol; iso-butanol

Mobility in soil: Potential for mobility in soil is very high (Koc between 0 and 50).

Partition coefficient, soil organic carbon/water (Koc): 2 Estimated.

Henry’s Law Constant (H): 9.78E-06 atm*m3/mole; 25 °C Measured

Distribution in Environment: Mackay Level 1 Fugacity Model:

Air

Water.

Biota

Soil

Sediment

32.02 %

67.92 %

0 %

0.03 %

0.03 %

Data for Component: Naphthalene

Mobility in soil: Potential for mobility in soil is medium (Koc between 150 and 500).

Partition coefficient, soil organic carbon/water (Koc): 240 - 1,300 Measured

Henry’s Law Constant (H): 2.92E-04 - 5.53E-04 atm*m3/mole; 25 °C Measured

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13.

Disposal Considerations

If wastes and/or containers cannot be disposed of according to the product label directions, disposal of

this material must be in accordance with your local or area regulatory authorities. This information

presented below only applies to the material as supplied. The identification based on characteristic(s) or

listing may not apply if the material has been used or otherwise contaminated. It is the responsibility of

the waste generator to determine the toxicity and physical properties of the material generated to

determine the proper waste identification and disposal methods in compliance with applicable

regulations. If the material as supplied becomes a waste, follow all applicable regional, national and

local laws.

14.

Transport Information

ROAD AND RAIL TRANSPORT:

Not dangerous goods under the ADG code when being transported in IBCs or other receptacles < 500 L

(kg), (Special Provision AU01).

IMDG

Proper Shipping Name: ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.

Technical Name: OXYFLUORFEN

Hazard Class: 9 ID Number: UN3082 Packing Group: PG III

EMS Number: F-A,S-F

Marine pollutant: Yes

ICAO/IATA

Proper Shipping Name: ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.

Technical Name: OXYFLUORFEN

Hazard Class: 9 ID Number: UN3082 Packing Group: PG III

Cargo Packing Instruction: 964

Passenger Packing Instruction: 964

Environmental Hazard: Yes

HAZCHEM CODE: 2X

This information is not intended to convey all specific regulatory or operational requirements/information

relating to this product. Additional transportation system information can be obtained through an

authorized sales or customer service representative. It is the responsibility of the transporting

organization to follow all applicable laws, regulations and rules relating to the transportation of the

material.

15.

Regulatory Information

APVMA APPROVAL NUMBER: 54271

Poison Schedule: S5

Classification and User Label Information

Hazard Symbol:

-

Toxic.

-

Dangerous for the environment.

Risk Phrases:

R61 - May cause harm to the unborn child.

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R65 - Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.

R36/37/38 - Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.

R50/53 - Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic

environment.

Safety Phrases:

S35 - This material and its container must be disposed of in a safe way.

S37/39 - Wear suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

S45 - In case of accident or if you feel unwell, seek medical advice immediately (show the label where

possible).

S53 - Avoid exposure - obtain special instructions before use.

S57 - Use appropriate containment to avoid environmental contamination.

Contains:

Solvent naphtha (petroleum), heavy arom.; Kerosine - unspecified

N-Methyl-2-pyrrolidone

16.

Other Information

Risk-phrases in the Composition section

R61 - May cause harm to the unborn child.

R65 - Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.

R36/37/38 - Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin.

R50/53 - Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic

environment.

Revision

Identification Number: 68756 / 4069 / Issue Date 15.04.2014 / Version: Replaces March 2012

DAS Code: GF-1190

Most recent revision(s) are noted by the bold, double bars in left-hand margin throughout this document.

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Occupational Exposure Limit

STEL

Short Term Exposure Limit

Time Weighted Average

ACGIH

American Conference of Governmental Industrial Hygienists, Inc.

DOW IHG

Dow Industrial Hygiene Guideline

WEEL

Workplace Environmental Exposure Level

HAZ_DES

Hazard Designation

Dow AgroSciences (Australia) Ltd.

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data contained in this (M)SDS and any hazards associated with the product. The information herein is

provided in good faith and believed to be accurate as of the effective date shown above. However, no

warranty, express or implied, is given.

Regulatory requirements are subject to change and may differ

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