HAMMER HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL; AROMATIC HYDROCARBON SOLVENT
Available from:
FMC AUSTRALASIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
carfentrazone-ethyl(240g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL UNGROUPED Active 240.0 g/L; AROMATIC HYDROCARBON SOLVENT SOLVENT Other 736.0 g/L
Units in package:
10L; 1L; 2L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
FMC AUSTRALASIA
Therapeutic group:
AGRICULTURAL/FARM BUILDINGS | ALMOND | APPLE | APRICOT | BROADACRE | CHERRY | CITRUS FRUIT OR TREE | COMMERCIAL AREA - OUTDOORS
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA | CAPEWEED | CHICKWEED | COMMON STORKSBILL | DESICCATION AID | MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW | PATERSON'S CURSE | STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE | SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER | THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE | VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS | WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED | ANNUAL DWARF NETTLE | ANNUAL NETTLE | AUSTRALIAN STONECROP | COMMON CHICKWEED | COMMON CROWSFOOT | DEASICCATION TO AID HARVEST | DWARF NETTLE | ECHIUM LYCOPSIS | ECHIUM SPP. | ENGLISH STINGING NETTLE | JOINTED CHARLOCK | LESSER NETTLE | MARSHMALLOW | PURPLE BUGLOSS | PURPLE VIPER'S BUGLOSS | RADISH (WILD) | ROUNDUP READY COTTON VARIETIES | SALVATION JANE | SMALL NETTLE | SPINY EMEX | STINGING NETTLE | VIPER'S BUGLOSS | WHITE CHARLOCK | WHITE WEED | WILD CHARLOCK | WILD RADISH - CEREALS
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Harvest: Not required for Hammer Herbicide when used as directed. However refer also to the withholding period o f product/s mixed with Hammer Herbicide . Grazing: Do not graze or cut for sto ckfood for 14 days after application. C otton processing: Do not harvest for 1 day after application. Grazing/Cotton t rash: Do not graze treated areas or fee d cotton trash to livestock.; Host/pest details: AGRICULTURAL/FARM BUILDINGS: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; ALMOND: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; APPLE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; APRICOT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; BROADACRE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; CHERRY: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; CITRUS FRUIT OR TREE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; COMMERCIAL AREA - OUTDOORS: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; COTTON: [DESICCATION AID]; FOREST - PRIOR TO PLANTING: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; GRAPEVINE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; GRASS PASTURE: [MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, STINGING OR DWARF NETTLE]; HORTICULTURAL CROP - PRIOR TO SOWING: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; INDUSTRIAL AREA - OUTDOORS: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; MACADAMIA: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; NECTARINE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; NUTS: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; OLIVE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PEACH: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PEAR: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PECAN: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PLUM: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; POME FRUIT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PRUNE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; PUBLIC SERVICE AREA: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; STONE FRUIT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; SUB-TROPICAL FRUIT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; TREE NUT PLANTATION: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; TREEFRUIT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; TROPICAL FRUIT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; WALNUT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; WEED CONTROL TO START A FALLOW: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, VOLUNTEER COTTON - SEEDLINGS, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; YARD: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: AGRICULTURAL/FARM BUILDINGS: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; ALMOND: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; APPLE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; APRICOT: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; BROADACRE: [AUSTRALIAN CRASSULA, CAPEWEED, CHICKWEED, COMMON STORKSBILL, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW, PATERSON'S CURSE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEG
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
53696
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

HAMMER®

HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT : 240

CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL

SOLVENTS : 736

LIQUID HYDROCARBON

N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE

GROUP

HERBICIDE

improvement

control

marshmallow

certain

other

broad

leaf

weeds

prior

establishment

broadacre

crops

fallows

forest

plantations

commercial,

industrial

public

service areas,

around

agricultural

buildings

yards, in treefruits, nuts,

grapevines

tank

mixture

with

knockdown

herbicides;

control

marshmallow

annual

nettles

grass

pastures

rough

grass/turf

areas;

control

volunteer

cotton

seedlings

including

Roundup

Ready®

cotton

desiccation

cotton

re-growth

Directions

Use Table.

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED LEAFLET BEFORE USE

CONTENTS:

&

10 Litres

-FMC®

Hamm

Herbicide

Australasia

Pty Ltd

5 Palm

Place

Murarrie Qld

20 J

e 2013

Approved

Page 1

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store

the closed, original container

a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for prolonged periods

direct sunlight.

Triple

preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank.

Do not

dispose

undiluted chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler

or designated collection point. If not recycling, break, crush,

puncture and bury empty containers

a local authority landfill.

landfill

available, bury the containers below 500 mm

a disposal pit

specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots,

compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. Empty containers and

product should not be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

product

skin, immediately wash

area with soap and water.

product

eyes, wash it out immediately with water. Wash hands after

use. When opening the container and prepari

spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and

wrist and a washable hat, elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield

goggles. When using the

prepared spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing) and elbow-

length

glov

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

clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13

swallowed,

NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.

eyes wash out immediately with water.

Material Safety Data Sheet

Additional information

listed

the Material Safety Data Sheet which is available from the supplier.

Conditions

of

sale

FMC 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/

handli

and/

storage

this material when such use and/or handling and/or storage is

contrary

label instructions.

Hammer®

a Registered Trademark

FMC Corporation

Roundup Ready®

a Registered Trademark

Monsanto Technology LLC.

FMC Australasia

5 Palmer Place

Murarrie Qld

4172

Tel : (07) 3909 2000

APVMA Approval

53696/60146

BN:

DOM:

Hammer Herbicide

20 June

Bar codes,

drumMUSTER logo

and labels codes to

be inserted as

Page 2

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

HAMMER®

HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT : 240

CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL

SOLVENTS : 736

LIQUID HYDROCARBON

N-METHYL-2-PYRROLIDONE

GROUP

HERBICIDE

improvement

control

marshmallow

certain

other

broadleaf

weeds

prior

establishment

broadacre

crops,

fallows

forest

plantations,

commercial

industrial

public

service

areas,

around

agricultural

buildings

yards

treefruits,

nuts,

grapevines

tank

mixture

with

knockdown

herbicides;

control

marshmallow

annual

nettles

grass

pastures

rough

~rass/turf

areas;

control

volunteer

cotton

seedlings

including

Roundup

Ready

cotton

desiccation

cotton

re-growth

Directions

Use Table.

READ THIS LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

-FMC®

Hammer Herbicide

FMC Australasia Pty Ltd

5 Palmer Place

Murarrie Qld

4172

20 June 2013

Page 3 of 10

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Restraints

DO

NOT

apply

. I

aena

application

except

esiccation.

Situation

Weeds Controlled

State

Time

of

Rate

Critical Comments

Application

Prior to sowing

Australian CrassulaiStonecrop

All States

Apply as a tank

25-75

mUha

Addition

Hammer to knockdown herbicides will increase the

winter and

Crassula spp

mix with

plus

speed at which treated broadleaved weeds in general develop

summer

Capeweed

Gladiator,

recommended

visible symptoms (compared to results achieved with knockdown

broadacre and

Arctotheca calendula

Roundup Power

label rates

herbicides applied alone) and may improve final control

horticultural

Chickweed

Max or other

knockdown

broadleaved weeds including certain hard-to-kill weeds,

crops; starting a

Stellaria media

glyphosate

herbicides

marshmallow in particular. The use

higher rates and full soil

fallow; and prior

Common storksbill (max. 4

products;

disturbance in cropping situations may improve control

to establishment

leaves)

Spray.Seed,

Spot spray

marshmallow in particular.

forestry

Erodium cicutarium

Shirquat, Nuquat

mU100

Use the lower rates on younger plants or plants growing under good

plantations.

Doublegee

Spiny emex

Three

or other paraquat

plus

conditions and the higher rates on older plants or plants growing

cornered jack

products.

recommended

under less optimum conditions.

To assist in

Emex australis

label spot spray

The lower rate may only provide suppression

capeweed, wild

weed control in

Marshmallow

rates

radi

common storksbill and doublegee under poor growing

Commercial,

Malva parviflora

knockdown

conditions. Common storksbi

should be no larger than 4 leaf at

Industrial and

Paterson's curse

herbicides

spraying, recently germinated and not under

stress-

older or

Public Service

Echium plantagineum

stressed plants may not

adequately controlled.

areas, around

Sub. clover

Application to hardened weeds or drought stressed weeds

Agricultural

Trifolium subterraneum

especially under summer conditions may cause only localised injury

buildings and

Wild radish

to weed foliage which may not enhance final weed control. Mall

yards.

Raphanus raphanistrum

growi

and sprayed in the summer is especially prone to drought

stress and may either not show symptoms typical

Hammer or

In young or

Refer also to

the product label for

may regrow following treatment although plants did not appear very

established

the knockdown herbicide used.

stressed at application.

Grapevines,

Treefruits

If one

the above weeds is the

Apply only as a tank mix with recommended rates

knockdown

(including Pome

dominant weed, and there

herbicides.

Refer to the appropriate label for weed sizes and follow

fruit, Stone fruit

specific rate for

in the

all label directions. Addition

Supercharge at 0.5% may be

and Citrus fruit),

knockdown herbicide's label,

beneficial when applying Hammer with a glyphosate herbicide.

Tree Nuts and

consult the label's generic annual-

Assorted

weed rate-range.

To ensure uptake

Hammer DO NOT sow crops for at least 1 hour

Tropical and

Select from within this range

after application.

Always refer to the appropriate companion

Sub tropical

suit the weed-stage, weed-density,

product label in case a longer re-crop sowing period is required.

fruits.

conditions (etc)

your situation.

When using Hammer as a spot spray, apply in sufficient water

(minimum 500 Uha) to thoroughly wet all weed foliage to the point

n-off. Addition

standard rates

a non-ionic surfactant may

improve weed control.

Hammer Herbicide

Approved: 13 December 2006

Page 4

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Time

Rate

Critical

Comments

Application

Prior

sowing

Volunteer

cotton seedlings,

NSW, Old,

Apply

Roundup

Apply

Hammer

minimum

spray

volume

Llha

ensure

summer

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

WAonly

seedlings

2- 6

Ready

cotton

effective coverage.

lower

spray

volumes

reduce weed

broadacre

leaf

stage

only:

control. Cotton should

growing well

application; application to

horticultural

mllha

plants growing

under

heat and moisture stress

reduce the level

crops; and

plus

control.

starting a fallow

Supercharge or

Hasten 1%

mliha

To broaden

weed spectrum

Hammer

be tank mixed with

plus

Gladiator

the recommended rate

a knockdown herbicide (Gladiator,

Roundup

Roundup

Power

other

glyphosate

products, Shirquat

Power

plus

other

paraquat products, Spray.Seed).

When

using a tank mix with

Supercharge

glyphosate for control

Roundup

Ready

seedlings the higher rate

Hasten 0.5%

range

Hammer

is required as well

Supercharge

Hasten

0.5%.

Conventional

cotton

only

mllha

When

using a tank mix with

glyphosate

control

Conventional

plus

Cotton seedlings the addition

standard rates

a non-ionic

recommended

surfactant

0.5%

oil adjuvant such as Supercharge

rates

Hasten will maximise control.

knockdown

herbicides

Grass pastures;

Marshmallow

Malva parviflora

States

Apply

mllha

lower

rates on

younger

plants

plants growing

under

good

Rough

grass/

Annual

(stinging) nettles

Urtica

seedlings

plus

conditions

higher rates

older

plants

plants growing

turf

areas

urens

leaf

stage

Supercharge

under

less optimum conditions.

These

rates

only provide

Hasten

0.5%

suppression

marshmallow.

mLiha

improve

control

marshmallow

Hammer

should be tank

plus

mixed with

the following:

recommended

mllha

ethyl

ester

2,4-D

rates

2,4-D

mllha

ester

2,4-D

mLiha

amine

2,4-D-

activity

this

will be

improved with

addition

Supercharge

Hasten

0.5'/o.

Hammer Herbicide

Approved: 13 December 2006

Page5of10

Situation

Weeds

Controlled

State

Time

Rate

Critical

Comments

Application

Cotton

Desiccation of regrowth

Old,

Apply

regrowth

ml/ha

Use Hammer to desiccate regrowth which occurs following the

&

only

following

defoliation

program.

defoliation

Apply

with

crop

concentrates

blended

oil/surfactant

adjuvants

as this may result

a greater reduction

green shoot.

Use the higher rate

Hammer when regrowth is vigorous or when

there

more

than

regrowth

leaves

size,

plant.

Ensure

that

spray

equipment

adjusted

provide

thorough

coverage of foliage to maximise product performance.

Use a

minimum

of 1

Llha

ground

application

L/ha

aerial

application.

NOT TO BE USED FOR ANY PURPOSE, OR IN ANY MANNER, CONTRARY

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD:

HARVEST:

NOT REQUIRED FOR

HAMMER

HERBICIDE WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

HOWEVER, REFER ALSO TO THE WITHHOLDING PERIOD OF PRODUCT/S MIXED WITH

HAMMER

HERBICIDE.

GRAZING:

DO NOT GRAZE TREATED AREAS OR CUT FOR STOCKFOOD FOR

DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

COTTON PROCESSING:

DO NOT HARVEST FOR

DAY AFTER APPLICATION.

GRAZING/COTTON TRASH:

DO NOT GRAZE TREATED AREAS OR FEED COTTON TRASH TO LIVESTOCK.

EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI):

An export slaughter interval

not required when used as directed.

Hammer Herbicide

Approved: 13 December 2006

Page 6

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Hammer Herbicide is

emulsifiable concentrate formulation and

is to

mixed with

water and

applied

per the labelled Directions for Use.

Hammer

a post-emergence herbicide

added to knockdown herbicides

improve the control

certain

broadleaf weeds

including

marshmallow prior to the establishment

fallows,

winter and

summer broadacre and

horticultural crops,

marshmallow control

grass pastures,

commercial,

industrial and public service areas, around agricultural buildings, yards and other farm situations

treefruits, nuts and grapevines.

Hammer can

used alone with a suitable adjuvant for control of

volunteer cotton seedlings including Roundup Ready cotton. It

also

used for desiccation of

regrowth

cotton.

Hammer is

a fast

acting

contact herbicide and

aids

control

of weeds

through

process

membrane disruption. The foliar uptake

Hammer

rapid and plant desiccation

occur within 4

days of application. Application of Hammer should target small actively growing weeds. Subsequent

germinations will not

controlled.

SYMPTOMS

Hammer

rapidly absorbed through the foliage of plants. Within a few hours following application, the

foliage of susceptible weeds show signs of desiccation,

subsequent days necrosis and death

the plant.

Extremes

environmental

conditions

temperature

moisture, soil

conditions

cultural

practices may affect the activity of Hammer. Under warm moist conditions, herbicide symptoms may

accelerated. While under very dry conditions, the expression of herbicidal symptoms is delayed,

and weeds hardened off

drought are less susceptible

Hammer.

COMPATIBILITY

For most uses as per the Directions for Use Hammer should always

tank mixed with formulations

of knockdown herbicides including Gladiator, Roundup Power Max, Roundup

Credit/Bonus or

other products based

glyphosate, Spray.Seed, Shirquat, Nuquat or other knockdown herbicides

based

paraquat and Basta. Hammer

also compatible with partner herbicides commonly used

with knockdown herbicides including Atradex, atrazine

Banvel

200,

2,4-D amine,

2,4-D ester,

Logran (triasulfuron), pendimethalin, Simagranz, simazine

TriflurX and Treflan (trifluralin). This

compatibility claim

restricted

a three-way mix of Hammer with any one

the above partner

herbicides plus a knockdown herbicide (provided the knockdown herbicide label includes a claim of

compatibility with that partner herbicide). Hammer

compatible with

ionic surfactants (wetting

agents) such

000,

Shirwet 600 and with oil adjuvants including Supercharge and Hasten.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

GROUP

M

HERBICIDE

Hammer Herbicide is a member of the Aryl triazoline group of herbicides. Its mode of action

through

process

membrane

disruption,

which

initiated

inhibition

enzyme

protoporphyrinogen oxidase. This inhibition interferes with the chlorophyll biosynthetic pathway. For

weed resistance management Hammer herbicide is a Group G herbicide.

Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant

Hammer Herbicide and other Group G herbicides

may exist through normal genetic variability

any weed population.

The resistant individuals can

eventually dominate the weed population

these herbicides are used repeatedly. These resistant

weeds will not

controlled

Hammer Herbicide or other Group G herbicides.

Since the occurrence of resistant weeds

difficult

detect prior

use,

FMC Australasia

accepts

liability for any losses that may result from the

failure of Hammer

control resistant

weeds.

TIMING

Pre-crop, Volunteer cotton and Marshmallow

grass pastures

Application

should

made

small,

actively growing

weeds

less than 6

8 leaf

stage.

Hammer

a contact herbicide,

best control

is achieved

when

weeds are exposed

shielded by other weeds and or stubble.

Cotton

If cotton re-growth occurs after the initial defoliation program, apply Hammer to desiccate re-growth

prior

harvest.

Hammer

Herbicide

Approved: 13 December 2006

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MIXING

half the required volume

water to spray tank and start agitation. Add any partner

or WG

herbicide next if it should

added before

or knockdown herbicide.

the measured amount

of Hammer next, followed by the knockdown herbicide (if required). Add balance of water

tank and

add any adjuvant or additive if recommended for use with the knockdown

herbicide or for use

grapevines or as suggested

the Critical Comments.

Maintain good

agitation at all times

until

spraying

completed.

NOT store spray mixture overnight.

APPLICATION

NOT apply

aerial application except for cotton desiccation.

Ground sprayers

Pre-crop, Volunteer cotton

Marshmallow

grass pastures

Apply Hammer Herbicide

a broadcast application using a conventional boom sprayer with either

mechanical or by-pass agitation.

single orifice flat

nozzles such

Spraying Systems TeeJet®

11001,

110015,

11002 or

equivalent sizes from other manufacturers

Spraying Systems TwinJet® twin flat spray tips TJ60-

002,

T J60-11 003 or T J60-11 004 or equivalent sizes from other manufacturers. Do not use 110-03

or bigger single orifice nozzles or TJ11006 or bigger twin

or'1fice

nozzles with Hammer.

not use

floodjet, low drift or air induction nozzles, boomless jets or misters or controlled droplet application

equipment.

Spray equipment should

properly calibrated

ensure correct and uniform application.

Use a spray

volume

150 litres per hectare (minimum

Llha for volunteer cotton).

Experience has shown

that increasing spray volumes

improve weed control.

Use the lowest pressure and boom height

which provides uniform coverage.

Use the higher volume

weed infestation

heavy and/or tall.

The best application conditions are when soil is moist, weather fine

rain unlikely within one hour or

specified for the knockdown herbicide.

Extremes

environmental conditions

temperature and moisture, soil conditions and/or cultural

practices

affect the activity of Hammer. Under warm moist conditions, herbicide symptoms may

accelerated.

While under very dry conditions, the expression of herbicidal symptoms

delayed,

weeds hardened off

drought are less susceptible

Hammer.

Cotton

When desiccation cotton

regrow1h,

use sufficient water to obtain complete coverage of all leaves,

least 100 litres

water per hectare. Good coverage should

obtained with three or more nozzles

per row depending upon crop height and canopy density.

Knapsack, Pneumatic, Handgun sprayers

Apply Hammer at the recommended rate

1

litres

per 100 litres)

conjunction

with labelled handgun rates of a knockdown herbicide

sufficient water

adequately and uniformly

wet the foliage

the weeds being sprayed.

A spray volume of 500

L

1000 L will

usually

sufficient but higher volumes may

required for dense taller vegetation.

Aerial Application (for Cotton Desiccation Only)

Apply

fixed wing aircraft

a minimum of

Llha water

ensure thorough coverage. Do not

exaggerate swath width.

SPRAYER CLEAN

OUT-

AFTER THE USE

OF

HAMMER

Thoroughly clean all spray equipment using the following procedure when

have finished spraying

highly active materials such

carfentrazone-ethyl.

addition to the following procedure,

ensure proper equipment clean-out for any other products

mixed with Hammer Herbicide

specified

the other product labels.

IMPORTANT:

More complete cleaning can be achieved if the spray equipment

is

cleaned immediately

following each use.

Mix only

as

much herbicide spray solution

as

needed at a time.

DO

NOT store the sprayer for any extended period of time, especially over night, with Hammer

Herbicide spray solution remaining

in

the tank, spray lines, spray boom plumbing, spray

nozzles or strainers.

Hammer Herbicide

Approved:

13

December

2006

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Preparation of the Cleaning Solution:

Prepare a spray equipment cleaning solution

mixing

alkaline detergent

"OMO" or "SPREE" at

a rate of

for every

of clean water used.

Upon

completion of applying Hammer

before spraying sensitive crops including

canola, pulses

such

as

faba beans, lentils, other legumes and cotton:

Fill

spray tank with sufficient cleaning solution to allow the operation of

spray system

for a minimum of

minutes

thoroughly flush hoses, spray boom

spray nozzles

then

fill the spray tank

to

capacity to ensure contact of the solution with all internal surfaces.

Let the cleaning solution soak

in

tank, pump and spray lines overnight.

Before further use of the sprayer, operate

spray system for

minutes, then completely

drain the sprayer system. Rinse

tank with clean water and flush through the hoses, spray

boom,

spray nozzles.

If possible spray a pesticide requiring

oil adjuvant

Achieve

&

Supercharge onto cereals

a further means

removing possible residues of Hammer before spraying sensitive crops.

Immediately prior

commencement of spraying a sensitive

crop,

purge the boom lines

operating the spray system onto a fence line or waste area for sufficient time

remove any

solution

that

been

residing

spray

lines.

This

is

also

recommended

for

subsequent tank loads or if the sprayer has been left standing for a period of time

containing spray solution.

If storing equipment for more than

hours, preferred practice

clean spray equipment as

outlined above allowing

soak over night, drain and flush with fresh water and leave fresh

water

the spray tank, hoses,

spray booms until next use. This water must

drained

from

spray

boom

lines

flushed

out with

clean

water before beginning

application

a sensitive crop.

Properly dispose

all cleaning solution

rinsate safely

accordance with Federal, State, and

local regulations

guidelines.

Do

not

apply sprayer cleaning solutions or rinsate to sensitive crops.

Should

small quantities of Hammer remain

inadequately cleaned

m1x1ng,

loading and/or spray

equipment,

they

released

during

subsequent applications

potentially

causing

effects

sensitive crops

other vegetation.

The above method

is

only effective if the cleaning solution comes into contact with

every

surface or contact point that may contain even minute carfentrazone-ethyl residues.

CROP PLANT BACK

&

ROTATION RECOMMENDATIONS

Hammer Herbicide does

not provide

residual

activity,

therefore

crop

plant back or rotational

restrictions

apply.

However,

check

label

of any

product

mixed

with

Hammer

Herbicide,

determine any plant back periods or restrictions

use.

RE-ENTRY

not allow entry into treated areas until

spray has dried, unless wearing cotton overalls buttoned

neck

wrist (or equivalent clothing)

chemical

resistant

gloves.

Clothing

must

laundered after each day's use.

PROTECTION

OF

CROPS, NATIVE

AND

OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spray equipment, which

cause spray drift onto

nearby

susceptible

plants,

adjacent

crops,

pastures,

onto

wetlands,

waterbodies

watercourses.

PROTECTION

OF

WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS

AND

ENVIRONMENT

Highly toxic

algae and aquatic plants.

NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with

Hammer or used container.

STORAGE

AND

DISPOSAL

Store

the closed,

original container

a cool, well-ventilated area.

store for prolonged

periods

direct sunlight

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

rinsings

spray tank.

dispose of undiluted chemicals

site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers

recycler

or designated collection point If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture

bury empty containers

a local authority landfill. If

landfill

available, bury

containers below

a disposal pit

Hammer Herbicide

Approved:

13

December

2006

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specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear

waterways, desirable vegetation and tree

roots,

compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. Empty containers

and product should not

burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Will irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

product

skin, immediately wash

area with soap and water.

product

eyes, wash it out immediately with water. 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

gloves and face shield or goggles. When using the

prepared spray, wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothi

) and

elbow-length

gloves.

After

each

day's

use,

wash

gloves,

face

shield

goggles

contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone Australia 13

26. If

swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass

water. If

eyes, wash out immediately with

water.

Material Safety Data Sheet

Additional information is listed

the Material Safety Data Sheet, which is available from the supplier.

Conditions of sale

FMC makes

warranty expressed or implied, concerning the use

this product other than that

indicated

the label. Except as so warranted the product is sold as is. Buyer

user assume all

risk of use and/or handling and/or storage

this material when such use and/or handling and/or

storage is contrary to label instructions.

Hammer is a Registered Trademark

FMC Corporation.

Atrade

vel, Basta, Bonus, BS1000, Credit, Exit, Hasten,

Logran,

Nuquat, Roundup Ready,

Roundup Power Ma

Shirquat, Shirwet, Simagranz, Spray.Seed, Supercharge, TriflurX, and Treflan

are Registered Trademarks.

APVMA Approval No:

53696/60146

r He

icide

Approved: 13 December 2006

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HAMMER® HERBICIDE

Product Name

Classified as hazardous

1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Product Name

HAMMER® HERBICIDE

Product Code

0590

Product Type

Group G Herbicide

Company Name

Crop Care Australasia Pty Ltd (ABN 53 061 362 347)

Address

Unit 15/16 Metroplex Avenue Murarrie

Queensland 4172 Australia

Emergency Tel.

1800 033 498 (24hr Australia)

Telephone/Fax

Number

Tel: +61 7 3909 2000

Fax: +61 7 3909 2010

Recommended Use

For improvement in the control of marshmallow and certain other broadleaf

weeds prior to establishment of crops or fallows or forest plantations, in

commercial, industrial and public service areas, around agricultural buildings

and yards, in treefruits, nuts, grapevines in tank mixture with knockdown

herbicides; control of marshmallow and annual nettles in grass pastures and

rough grass/turf areas; desuckering of grapevines and control of volunteer

cotton seedlings including Roundup Ready® cotton and desiccation of cotton

re-growth as per the Directions For Use table on the label.

Other Information

This MSDS describes, to the best of our knowledge, the properties of the

concentrated product. The physical properties and some of the assessments do

not apply to the properties of the product once it has been diluted for

application. Acute health effects of the diluted product are likely to be

much less severe.

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Hazard

Classification

Classified as hazardous

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE.

NON-DANGEROUS GOODS.

Hazard classification according to the criteria of NOHSC.

Dangerous goods classification according to the Australia Dangerous Goods

Code.

Risk Phrase(s)

Classified as hazardous

R65 Harmful: may cause lung damage if swallowed.

R66 Repeated exposure may cause skin dryness and cracking.

Safety Phrase(s)

S13 Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.

S2 Keep out of reach of children.

S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and

seek medical advice.

S37 Wear suitable gloves.

S46 If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or

label.

Other Information

Poisons Schedule S5

3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Chemical

Characterization

Liquid

CAS

Proportion

Name

Ingredients

128639-02-1

Carfentrazone-

ethyl

240 g/L

64742-94-5

Liquid

Hydrocarbon

736 g/L

872-50-4

N-methyl

pyrrolidone

20 g/L

Other ingredients

(considered

non-hazardous)

Balance

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Inhalation

Remove affected person to fresh air until recovered.

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Product Name

Classified as hazardous

If symptoms develop or persist, seek medical advice.

Ingestion

Rinse mouth and then drink plenty of water.

If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting; seek medical advice immediately and show

this container or label or contact the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26

(Aust). Make every effort to prevent vomit from entering the lungs by careful

placement of the patient.

Skin

Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re-use.

Wash affected areas thoroughly with soap and water.

Eye

If in eyes, hold eyelids open and wash with copious amounts of water for at

least 15 minutes.

Seek medical advice.

First Aid Facilities

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

(Australia) on 13 11 26.

Advice to Doctor

Treat symptomatically.

If vomiting occurs, solvent present may cause pulmonary pneumonitis.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Suitable

Extinguishing Media

Water fog, foam, carbon dioxide or dry chemical.

Hazards from

Combustion

Products

If involved in a fire, it may emit hydrogen chloride, phosgene and hydrogen

fluoride.

Special Protective

Equipment for fire

fighters

Breathable air apparatus should be worn when fighting a fire in which this

product is involved.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Spills & Disposal

Contain spill and absorb with clay, sand, soil or proprietary absorbent (such

as vermiculite).

Collect spilled material and waste in sealable open-top type containers for

disposal.

On-site disposal of concentrate is not acceptable.

Personal Protection

For appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), refer Section 8.

Environmental

Precautions

This product is a herbicide and spills can damage crops, pastures and

desirable vegetation.

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Precautions for Safe

Handling

Do NOT spray in high winds.

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams, or any other water bodies with

pesticide or used containers.

Conditions for Safe

Storage

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, well ventilated area, as

cool as possible.

Do not store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight.

Keep container tightly sealed and do not store with seed, fertilisers or

foodstuffs.

Tank Cleaning

See label for detailed information on cleaning of spray equipment.

Other Information

Always read the label and any attached leaflet before use.

Mix only as much herbicide solution as needed at the time. Do not store the

sprayer for any extended period of time, especially overnight, with Hammer

Herbicide spray solution remaining in the tank, spray lines, spray boom

plumbing or spray nozzles or strainers.

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

National Exposure

Standards

The manufacturer of the solvent has recommended an occupational exposure limit

of 100 mg/m3; 15ppm TWA, as total hydrocarbon.

NOHSC has set the following exposure standard for N-methyl pyrrolidone : TLV

(TWA) 103 mg/m3, STEL 309.

Engineering

Controls

Handle in well ventilated areas, generally natural ventilation is adequate.

Personal Protective

Equipment

When opening the container, preparing spray and using the prepared spray wear

cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist and a washable hat,

elbow-length rubber gloves and face shield or goggles.

Re-entry period: Do not enter treated area until spray has dried.

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Product Name

Classified as hazardous

Hygiene Measures

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

thoroughly with soap and water.

After each day's use, wash contaminated clothing and safety equipment.

Requirements

Concerning Special

Training

NSW regulations require that people who use pesticides in their job or

business must have training in the application of the materials.

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Form

Liquid

Appearance

Yellow orange liquid.

Boiling Point

220-290°C (for solvent)

Solubility in Water

Forms an emulsion in water.

Specific Gravity

1.074

Vapour Pressure

0.016 mPa @ 25°C for carfentrazone ethyl

Vapour Density

(Air=1)

>1 (solvent)

Octanol/Water

Partition Coefficient

Kow Log P is 3.36 for carfentrazone-ethyl

Flash Point

88°C

Flammability

Combustible liquid C1.

Auto-Ignition

Temperature

>450°C (solvent)

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Chemical Stability

Stable under normal conditions.

Hydrolyses at pH >7.

Hazardous Reactions

Keep away from strong oxidising agents.

Hazardous

Polymerization

Hazardous polymerisation is not possible.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicology

Information

No harmful effects are expected if the precautions on the label and this MSDS

are followed.

Inhalation

High vapour concentrations of the solvent while handling the concentrate are

irritating to the eyes and the respiratory tract, may cause headaches and

dizziness, and may have other central nervous system effects.

Ingestion

If aspirated into the lung, e.g. from vomiting, the presence of solvent may

result in chemical pneumonitis or other lung damage.

Skin

Prolonged contact with the concentrate can cause defatting of the skin and may

result in dermatitis.

Eye

The concentrate will cause irritation of the eyes.

Possible symptoms include redness, swelling, tearing and pain.

Chronic Effects

Based on available data, repeated exposures are not anticipated to cause

additional significant adverse effects.

Acute Toxicity - Oral

LD50 (female rat) 5143 mg/kg for carfentrazone-ethyl

Acute Toxicity -

Dermal

LD50 (rabbit) >4000 mg/kg for carfentrazone-ethyl

Acute Toxicity -

Inhalation

LC50 (rat) (4hr) >5 mg/l

Eye Irritation

The product is an eye irritant.

Other Information

The Australian Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for carfentrazone-ethyl for a

human is 0.03 mg/kg/day, set for the public for daily, lifetime exposure. This

is based on the NOEL of 3 mg/kg/day, the level determined to show no effects

during long term exposure for the most sensitive indicators and the most

sensitive species. (Ref: Comm. Dept. of Health and Ageing Office of Chemical

Safety, 'ADI List', September 2007).

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Product Name

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12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Other Precautions

Do not contaminate dams, waterways or sewers with this product or the

containers which have held this product.

Environ. Protection

Spray drift can cause damage, read the label for more information.

Acute Toxicity - Fish

The following is data for the active ingredient, carfentrazone-ethyl.

Not toxic to fish. LC50 (96 hr) for various species is 1.6 - 43 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity -

Daphnia

LC50 (96hr) for daphnia is 9.8 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity -

Algae

EC50 for algae is 0.012 - 0.018 mg/l for carfentrazone-ethyl

Acute Toxicity -

Other Organisms

Birds: Not toxic to birds. LD50 for quail is >1000 mg/kg

Bees: Not toxic to bees. LD50 >35 (oral); >100 (contact) µg/bee.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Product Disposal

On site disposal of the concentrated product is not acceptable.

Ideally, the product should be used for its intended purpose. If there is a

need to dispose of the product, approach local authorities who hold periodic

collections of unwanted chemicals (ChemClear®).

Container Disposal

Do not use this container for any other purpose.

Triple rinse containers, add rinsate to the spray tank, then offer the

container for recycling/reconditioning, or puncture top, sides and bottom and

dispose of in landfill in accordance with local regulations.

drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty,

cleaned, non returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical

containers. If the label on your container carries the drumMuster symbol,

triple rinse the container, ring your local Council, and offer the container

for collection in the program.

If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or

designated collection point.

If not recycling, puncture or shred and bury containers in local authority

landfill.

If no landfill is available, bury the containers below 500mm in a disposal pit

specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable

vegetation and tree roots.

Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Transport

Information

It is good practice to separate this product from food, food related

materials, animal feedstuffs, seed or fertilisers during transport.

Storage and

Transport

Considered non dangerous for transport by the Australian Code for the

Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.

Exempt from classification as a Dangerous Good in packs less than 3,000 kg

or L as per ADG7, SP no. AU01.

For bulk shipments as Class 9, use UN 3082, HazChem code 3Z.

UN Number (Sea

Transport)

3082

IMO Marine

Pollutant

Marine Pollutant

IMO Proper

Shipping Name

ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, LIQUID, N.O.S.

(contains carfentrazone-ethyl)

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Poisons Schedule

Packaging &

Labelling

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Hazard Category

Harmful

AICS (Australia)

All of the components in this product are listed on the Australian Inventory

of Chemical Substances.

16. OTHER INFORMATION

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HAMMER® HERBICIDE

Product Name

Classified as hazardous

Date of preparation

or last revision of

MSDS

Revised 11/12/2008

Contact

Person/Point

Normal Hours: Mr Volker Maier Phone: (03) 9282 1000

After Hours: Shift Supervisor Phone: 1800 033 498

Revisions

Highlighted

The MSDS was reviewed. Minor changes were made to the information.

Other Information

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