IMTRADE CYCLONE 330 EC HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
PENDIMETHALIN; HYDROCARBON LIQUID
Available from:
IMTRADE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
pendimethalin(330g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
PENDIMETHALIN ANILIDE/ANILINE-DINITRO Active 330.0 g/L; HYDROCARBON LIQUID SOLVENT Other 568.0 g/L
Units in package:
5L - 1000L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
IMTRADE AUSTRALIA
Therapeutic group:
AVOCADO | BAHIA GRASS | BANANA | BARLEY - PRIOR TO SOWING | BENT GRASS | BROCCOLI TRANSPLANT - PRIOR TO SOWING | BUFFALO GRASS L
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION | ANNUAL NETTLES - URTICA SPP. | ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL SEDGE(CYPERUS SPP.) - SUPPRESSION | ASTHMA PLANT | AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION | BLADDER KETMIA | BLUE BILLYGOAT WEED | BUTTON GRASS | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SUPPRESSION | CAPEWEED - SUPPRESSION | CHICKWEED | COBBLER'S PEGS | COMMON HELIOTROPE | COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION | COMMON VERBENA - SUPRESSION | CRESTED GOOSEFOOT | CROWSFOOT GRASS | CURIOUS WEED | DEADNETTLE | DOCK - SEEDLING | DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED | EARLY SPRING GRASS | ERODIUM SPP. - SUPPRESSION | FAT HEN | FUMITORY | FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION | GREEN AMARANTH | GREEN FAT HEN | GREEN SUMMER GRASS - B. SUBQUADRIPARA | GUINEA GRASS - SEE LABEL FOR CULTIVARS | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD - SUPPRESSION | LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS | LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS | MINTWEED | MINTWEED - SUPPRESSION | MO
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: Not required when used as directed .; Host/pest details: AVOCADO: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ASTHMA PLANT, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, CHICKWEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PIGEON GRASS, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPOTTED MEDIC, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BAHIA GRASS: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; BANANA: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ASTHMA PLANT, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, CHICKWEED, CROWSFOOT GRASS, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PIGEON GRASS, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPOTTED MEDIC, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BARLEY - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BENT GRASS: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; BROCCOLI TRANSPLANT - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION, ANNUAL NETTLES - URTICA SPP., AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD - SUPPRESSION, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, TURNIP WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, WINTER GRASS - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BUFFALO GRASS LAWN OR TURF: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; CABBAGE TRANSPLANT - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION, ANNUAL NETTLES - URTICA SPP., AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD - SUPPRESSION, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, TURNIP WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, WINTER GRASS - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CANOLA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS (A. CONTORTA) - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CARROT - PRE-EMERGENT: [ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION, ANNUAL NETTLES - URTICA SPP., AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, DEADNETTLE, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD - SUPPRESSION, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, TURNIP WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WINTER GRASS, WINTER GRASS - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CAULIFLOWER TRANSPLANT - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION, ANNUAL NETTLES - URTICA SPP., AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD - SUPPRESSION, LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, TURNIP WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH - SUPPRESSION, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP - BRASSICA TOURNEFORTII, WINTER GRASS, WINTER GRASS - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CHICKPEA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS (A. CONTORTA) - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CHRYSANTHEMUM-TRANSPLANTED SPLITS-PRE-EM: [CAPEWEED - SUPPRESSION, DOCK - SEEDLING, ERODIUM SPP. - SUPPRESSION, SPEAR THISTLE - SUPPRESSION]; CITRUS: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ASTHMA PLANT, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, CROWSFOOT GRASS, CURIOUS WEED, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PIGEON GRASS, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPOTTED MEDIC, STINKING ROGER, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COTTON (PRE-EMERGENT): [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BUTTON GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SUPPRESSION, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, COMMON VERBENA - SUPRESSION, CRESTED GOOSEFOOT, CROWSFOOT GRASS, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, EARLY SPRING GRASS, GREEN AMARANTH, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED - SUPPRESSION, MOSSMAN RIVER OR BURR GRASS, NATIVE MILLET, PALE PIGEON GRASS, PASPALIDIUM SPP., PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS - E. PARVIFLORA, WHITE EYE OR MEXICAN CLOVER, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COTTON (PRIOR TO SOWING): [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BUTTON GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SUPPRESSION, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON VERBENA - SUPRESSION, CRESTED GOOSEFOOT, CROWSFOOT GRASS, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, EARLY SPRING GRASS, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED - SUPPRESSION, MOSSMAN RIVER OR BURR GRASS, NATIVE MILLET, PALE PIGEON GRASS, PASPALIDIUM SPP., PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS - E. PARVIFLORA, WHITE EYE OR MEXICAN CLOVER, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COTTON - IRRIGATION BANK: [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, SILVERTOP GRASS - DIPLACHNE REPTATRIX]; COUCH GRASS LAWN: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; COWPEA - PRIOR TO SOWING: [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BUTTON GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SUPPRESSION, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON VERBENA - SUPRESSION, CRESTED GOOSEFOOT, CROWSFOOT GRASS, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, EARLY SPRING GRASS, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS, MINTWEED - SUPPRESSION, MOSSMAN RIVER OR BURR GRASS, NATIVE MILLET, PALE PIGEON GRASS, PASPALIDIUM SPP., PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS - E. PARVIFLORA, WHITE EYE OR MEXICAN CLOVER, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; DECIDUOUS FRUIT: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, ASTHMA PLANT, BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CHICKWEED, COBBLER'S PEGS, CROWSFOOT GRASS, CURIOUS WEED, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, GREEN AMARANTH, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PIGEON GRASS, PRAIRIE OR ANNUAL PRAIRIE GRASS, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPOTTED MEDIC, STINKING ROGER, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FABA BEAN - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS (A. CONTORTA) - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FIELD PEA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVERGRASS (A. CONTORTA) - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FRENCH BEAN - PRE-EMERGENT: [ANNUAL NETTLES - SUPRESSION, AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON SOWTHISTLE - SUPPRESSION, DEADNETTLE, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - SUPPRESSION, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTAR
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
52680
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

For Official Use Only

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e-Label Application (DRAFT)

Company Name:

IMTRADE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

Product Name:

IMTRADE CYCLONE 330 EC HERBICIDE

eLabel Application No:

DCNV-65523382E12

APVMA Approval No:

52680/102350

Product ID:

52680

Version No:

Application Started:

2015-Mar-27 17:28:12

Version Created:

2015-May-08 11:45:24

Started By:

Selena Underwood

Printed:

2015-May-08 12:07:33

Label Name:

IMTRADE CYCLONE 330 EC HERBICIDE

Signal Headings:

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

330 g/L PENDIMETHALIN

568 g/L HYDROCARBON LIQUID

Mode of Action:

GROUP

D

HERBICIDE

Statement of

Claims:

For the control of annual ryegrass and wireweed in wheat, barley and peas and annual

grasses and certain broadleaved weeds in various crops as shown in the Directions for Use

table.

Net Contents:

5L - 1000L

Restraints:

DO NOT sow sensitive summer crops such as sorghum and millets within 12 months of

application of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide.

DO NOT apply to a poorly prepared seedbed.

DO NOT use Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide mixed with Atrazine on heavy clay soils.

DO NOT apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide where waterlogging is likely to occur.

Directions for Use:

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General

Instructions:

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Resistance

Warning:

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide is a member of the dinitroaniline group of herbicides.

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide has the inhibition of tubulin formation mode of action.

For weed resistance management, Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide is a Group D

Herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed biotypes resistant to Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide and other Group D Herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any

weed population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the weed population

if these herbicides are used repeatedly. These resistant weeds will not be controlled by

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide or other Group D Herbicides.

Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Imtrade Australia

Pty Ltd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide to control resistant weeds.

Protections:

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from spraying equipment, which could

be expected to cause spray drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands

or pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish and other aquatic life. DO NOT contaminate dams, rivers, drains or

streams with chemical or used containers.

Storage and

Disposal:

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct

sunlight. Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to

spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemical on-site. If recycling, replace cap and

return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point. If not recycling, break,

crush or puncture and deliver empty packaging for appropriate disposal to an approved

waste management facility. If an approved waste management facility is not available,

bury the empty packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked

and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots, in

compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. DO NOT burn

empty containers or product.

Returnable Containers: Empty contents fully into application equipment. Close all valves

and return to point of supply for refill or storage.

Safety Directions:

Harmful if swallowed. Will irritate eyes, nose and throat, and skin. Avoid contact with eyes

and skin. Do not inhale vapour. When preparing spray and using the prepared spray wear

cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist (or equivalent clothing), elbow-length nitrile

gloves, and face shield or goggles. If product on skin, immediately wash area with soap

and water. If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with water. Wash hands after use.

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

First Aid

Instructions:

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

1126). If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.

First Aid Warnings:

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1. PRE-PLANT INCORPORATED TREATMENT (DOUBLE INCORPORATION)

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Cotton

See Weed Table A

Qld and

NSW only

3L/ha

Incorporate into the soil within 24 hours of

application. Use a combine with trailing

harrows and chain or offset or tandem discs

or Lilliston cultivators, set to work to a depth

of 2-5cm. Subsequent planting operations in

irrigated cotton may remove the Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide treated soil from

hills leaving an untreated band over the row,

requiring a further application of Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide or other

herbicides in that band. When the seedbed is

rough, a second incorporation is necessary.

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide may be

applied by aerial or ground spraying. In the

Macquarie Valley area, only apply by air

when ground is too wet for ground

application.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Use the higher rate on heavy textured soils

or those high in organic matter and the lower

rate on light to medium textured soils.

Cow Peas, Mung

Beans,

Navy Beans, Peanuts,

Pigeon Peas and

Soybeans.

Qld, NSW, and

NT only

2.5 to 3L/ha

Sunflowers

Qld, NSW, Vic

and SA only

Barley and Wheat

Annual ryegrass

(Lolium rigidum),

Wireweed

(Polygonum aviculare).

Wild oats * (Avena spp.)

* Suppression only

All States

1.2L/ha

Incorporate into the soil within 24 hours of

application.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Use weighted harrows at 8-13km/hr followed

by a cross working with a combine set to

work at a depth of 2-5cm at 8-13km/hr.

Application to heavier soil types which have

poor structural characteristics or are poorly

worked may result in insufficient and uneven

incorporation and unsatisfactory weed

control. Heavy soils which are cloddy or have

a surface crust or surface seal should be

avoided. Attempting to incorporate

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide when

soils are very wet or very dry may also result

in insufficient mixing and therefore poor

weed control. Wheat and Barley seed must

be sown approximately 1cm beneath the

chemically treated band or reduced

emergence may occur. Refer sections

“Cereal Seed Dressings” and “Weather

Conditions at Planting”, under GENERAL

INSTRUCTIONS, for further information on

emergence. If Wild Oats are expected to be

a problem use a wild oat herbicide.

Field Peas

Southern NSW,

Vic, Tas, SA

and WA only

2L/ha

Incorporate into the soil within 24 hours of

application. Use weighted harrows at 8-

13km/hr followed by a cross working with a

combine set to work at a depth of 2-5cm at 8-

13 km/hr. Seed should be sown below the

chemical band. Use cover harrows behind

the combine.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Use a wild oat herbicide if Wild Oats are

expected to be a problem.

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1. PRE-PLANT INCORPORATED TREATMENT (DOUBLE INCORPORATION) Continued

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Chickpeas, Faba

Beans, Lupins and

Safflower.

Annual Ryegrass,

Wireweed, Wild Oats *

* Suppression only

Qld and

Northern NSW

only

2.5 to 3L/ha

Incorporate into the soil within 24 hours of

application. Use weighted harrows at 8-

13km/hr followed by a cross working with a

combine set to work at a depth of 2-5cm at 8-

13 km/hr. Seed should be sown below the

chemical band. Use cover harrows behind

the combine.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Use the higher rates on medium to heavy

textured soils and the lower rates on light

textured soils. Heavy soils which are

cloddy or have a surface seal should be

avoided. Attempting to incorporate Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide when soils are

very wet or very dry may also result in

insufficient mixing and therefore poor weed

control. If Wild Oats are expected to be a

problem use a wild oat herbicide.

2. PRE-PLANT APPLICATION (INCORPORATED BY THE SOWING PROCESS)

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Barley and Wheat

Annual Ryegrass,

Wireweed, Wild Oats *

* Suppression only

All States

1.8L/ha

Barley and Wheat: Where full (double)

incorporation is impractical and where the

seedbed tilth is fine and free of large stones

and trash, apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide up to 24 hours prior to sowing.

Incorporate with the combine set to sow to a

depth of 3-5cm. Use trailing harrows.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Wheat and Barley seed must be sown at

least 1cm beneath the chemically treated

band or reduced emergence may occur.

Refer sections “Cereal Seed Dressings” and

“Weather Conditions at Planting”, under

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, for further

information on emergence.

Canola: Apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide up to 24 hours prior to sowing.

Incorporate with the combine set to sow the

seed below the chemical band. Use the

higher rates on medium to heavy textured

soils and the lower rates on light textured

soils.

NOTE: Development of water-logged

conditions after the application of Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide may retard the

emergence of Canola.

If Wild Oats are expected to be a problem

use a wild oat herbicide. Application to

heavier soil types which have poor structural

characteristics or are poorly worked may

result in insufficient and uneven

incorporation and unsatisfactory weed

control. Heavy soils which are cloddy or have

a surface crust or surface seal should be

avoided. Attempting to incorporate Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide when soils are

very wet or very dry may also result in

insufficient mixing and therefore poor weed

control.

Canola

Annual Ryegrass,

Wireweed, Wild Oats *

* Suppression only

Southern NSW,

Vic, SA and

WA only

1.8 to 3L/ha

Silvergrass *

(Vulpia spp.)

* Suppression only

2 to 3L/ha

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2. PRE-PLANT APPLICATION (INCORPORATED BY THE SOWING PROCESS) Continued

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Chickpeas, Faba

Beans, Field Peas,

Lupins and Safflower.

Annual Ryegrass,

Wireweed, Silvergrass *

(Vulpia spp.).

Wild Oats *

* Suppression only

Southern NSW,

Vic, SA and

WA only

2 to 3L/ha

Where full (double) incorporation is

impractical and where the seedbed tilth is

fine and free of large stones and trash, apply

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide or in the

case of Lupins, Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide plus Simazine, up to 24 hours prior

to sowing. Incorporate with the combine set

to sow to a depth of 3-5cm. Use trailing

harrows.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Application to heavier soil types which have

poor structural characteristics or are poorly

worked may result in insufficient and uneven

incorporation and unsatisfactory weed

control. Heavy soils which are cloddy or have

a surface crust or a surface seal should be

avoided.

Attempting to incorporate Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide when soils are very wet or

very dry may also result in insufficient mixing

and therefore poor weed control. Refer to

section on “Weather Conditions at planting”,

under GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS, for

further information on emergence. If Wild

Oats are expected to be a problem use a

wild oat herbicide.

Use the higher rate on heavy textured soils

and the lower rates on light textured soils.

Lupins

WA only

2L/ha plus

Simazine at

500g ai/ha

NSW, Vic and

SA only

2L plus

Simazine at

1.5 ai/ha

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3. POST PLANT PRE-EMERGENCE SURFACE TREATMENT (OVERALL OR BAND SPRAYING): NON-MECHANICAL

INCORPORATED

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Cotton

See Weed Table B

Qld and

NSW only

4.5L/ha

COTTON: Where incorporation prior to sowing is

impractical and where the seedbed tilth is fine

and free of large stones and trash, Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be, applied

within 48 hours after sowing.

SUNFLOWERS: Where incorporation prior to

sowing is impractical and where the seedbed

tilth is fine and free of large stones and trash,

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be

applied after sowing and before the emergence

of the crop and weeds. Where Fat Hen or

Blackberry Nightshade is expected to be a major

problem, pre-plant incorporation (No.1

Application Method) is preferred.

(Refer note (a) & (b) under “Incorporation”).

Sunflowers

Qld, NSW

and SA only

Carrots

See Weed Table D

Weed Table D plus

Sowthistle (Sonchus

oleraceus),

Wild Radish (Rahpanus

raphanistrum)

Qld, NSW,

Vic, SA, Tas

and WA only

2 to 3L/ha

2L/ha plus

Linuron at

1kg ai/ha

MINIMUM PLANTING DEPTH:

CARROTS: 15mm

PROCESSING PEAS & FRENCH BEANS:

30mm

Seed should be sown with press wheels or

rollers behind the planter in order to ensure

coverage of the seed and compaction of the

seed bed. Apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide to a fine firm seedbed free of ridges,

clods and trash within 2 days after sowing. Use

the higher rates on heavier textured soils or

those with a higher organic matter content.

Incorporate with 12 to 25mm of spray irrigation

or rainfall applied within one day of application

for optimum performance.

DO NOT disturb the soil by rolling or harrowing

after Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide has

been applied. DO NOT apply where heavy

rainfall or irrigation is likely to lead to water

logging. DO NOT use Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide on soils with an organic matter content

above 6% as inconsistent weed control will

occur.

FRENCH BEANS: For use in the Lockyer and

Fassifern valleys only. DO NOT apply to French

beans sown during the autumn, winter or early

spring or which are likely to be stressed by cold

weather.

French Beans

See Weed Table D

Qld only

3 to 4L/ha

Processing Peas

Qld and Vic

only

2 to 4L/ha

Tas only

4L/ha

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3. POST PLANT PRE-EMERGENCE SURFACE TREATMENT (OVERALL OR BAND SPRAYING): NON-MECHANICAL

INCORPORATED Continued

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Maize

See Weed Table B

Qld, NSW

and NT only

4.5L/ha

Where grasses are expected to be a major

problem, this treatment is recommended -

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide alone. Apply

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide after planting

and before, emergence of crop and weeds. DO

NOT incorporate this treatment. Avoid

application in dry weather, this may cause

pruning or aerial roots and lodging.

(Refer note (b) & (c) under “Incorporation”).

See Weed Table C

3L/ha plus

Atrazine at

1kg ai/ha

Where Thornapple, Noogoora Burr, Bathurst

Burr, Caltrop, Paddy Melon or Mintweed are

expected to be the major problems, Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be applied in

tank mix combination with Atrazine after planting

and before the emergence of crop and weeds.

DO NOT incorporate this mixture. Follow

directions on Atrazine label carefully. This

treatment should not lead to soil residue

problems with Atrazine as the application rate is

low. DO NOT use Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide mixed with Atrazine on heavy clay

soils as weed control may not be adequate.

(Refer note (b) & (c) under “Incorporation”).

Onions

Hogweed (wireweed)

(Polygonum aviculare)

Tas only

0.75 to

1L/ha

Apply in conjunction with other herbicides as

advised by a qualified crop adviser to ensure

that an adequate level of weed control is

achieved in adverse conditions.

Pre-emergence: DO NOT use on sandy soils.

MINIMUM PLANTING DEPTH: 15mm

Apply from immediately after sowing until just

prior to emergence. Apply Imtrade Cyclone 330

EC Herbicide to a fine firm seedbed free of clods

and trash. Use the higher rates on heavy

textured soils or those with a high organic matter

content. For optimum performance, incorporate

with 12 to 25mm of spray irrigation within one

day of application. DO NOT exceed 0.75L/ha if

soil conditions are wet and cold.

1 to 2L/ha

Post-emergence:

Apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide from

the first true leaf until the 3 leaf stage. Repeat

applications may be made after the 1 leaf up to

the 3 leaf stage providing total usage of Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide on crop does not

exceed 3L/ha.

Avoid applying Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide to areas where water logging is likely

to occur.

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4. POST-PLANT EMERGENCE TREATMENT (INCORPORATED OR NON-INCORPORATED)

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Sugarcane

Awnless Barnyard

Grass

(Echinochloa colona),

Crowsfoot Grass

(Eleusine indica),

Green Summer Grass

(Brachiaria

subquadripara),

Guinea Grass

(Panicum maximum c.v.

Hamil and c.v. Guinea),

Summer Grass

(Digitaria ciliaris)

Qld, NSW

and WA only

3 to 4.5L/ha

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be

applied as soon as possible after planting and

before weed emergence. However,

consolidation (cutaway operation) of the planting

furrow prior to application to prevent soil

movement into the base of the drill is

recommended. Poor grass control is expected

in soils which contain a high percentage of

organic matter.

(Refer note (a) under “Incorporation”).

Use the higher rate where longer weed control is

required or where incorporation by irrigation or

rainfall is likely to be delayed more than 5 days.

INCORPORATED: Under dry conditions or

where some cultivation is expected after

application Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

should be thoroughly incorporated by finger

rakes to a shallow depth. In subsequent tillage

operations, cultivation depth should not exceed

the depth of the incorporation.

WATER INCORPORATION: Incorporate using

12 to 25mm of spray irrigation or rainfall within

10 days of application. The area should not be

disturbed by cultivation for the expected duration

of weed control where this method of application

is used. If excessive irrigation or rainfall occurs

after the application of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide, resulting in the movement of soil from

the top to the bottom of the planting drill, weed

control will be reduced.

Blue top

(Blue Billygoat Weed)

(Ageratum

houstonianum)

3L/ha plus

Atrazine at

1.5kg ai/ha

Diuron at

1.5kg ai/ha

For other broadleaved weeds higher rates of

Atrazine and Diuron can be tank mixed with

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide – see the

relevant Atrazine or Diuron labels for details.

TANK MIX: Read and follow all label

directions, including restraints, spray drift

restraints, mandatory no-spray zones, critical

comments, withholding periods, regional use

restrictions, and safety directions for the

tank mix products.

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5. POST PLANT AND FLUSHING: IMTRADE CYCLONE 330 EC HERBICIDE TANK MIXTURES

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Combine Sown Rice

Barnyard grass

(Echinochloa spp.)

Silvertop grass (brown

beetle grass)

(Diplachne reptatrix),

Starfruit

(Damasonium minus)

Qld, NSW

NT only

3L/ha plus

Propanil at

1.8kg ai/ha

Apply this tank mixture up to the 2 leaf stage of

Barnyard Grass and 1 leaf stage of Silvertop.

Apply by ground rig in 70-100L/ha or by aircraft

in 25-30L/ha total spray volume.

WATER MANAGEMENT: Flush immediately

after sowing to enable a good even germination

of rice. The soil surface must be sealed by a

flushing irrigation or rainfall before the

application of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

plus Propanil. Apply a second flush or

permanent flood after 2 days but not later than

5 days after the application of Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide plus Propanil. To assist in the

control of Barnyard Grass, permanent water

should be applied as soon as the rice can

tolerate it and levels maintained for optimum

growth of rice.

RICE STAGE: After the first flushing irrigation

the stage of rice at application of Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide plus Propanil is not

critical and timing should be based on the stage

of weed growth and water management.

However DO NOT apply to rice in a weakened

condition from causes such as soil salts,

moisture stress, overwatering, or any other

cause. Some transient leaf burn of the rice may

result after the application of Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide plus Propanil but no long term

effects will result from this leaf burn. Rice seed

should be covered with at least 1cm of water

after the first flushing irrigation before Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide plus Propanil is

applied to germinating rice seed.

Combine Sown Rice

and Pasture Sod

Sown Rice

Barnyard Grass,

Silvertop Grass,

Starfruit,

Annual Sedges *

(Cyperus spp.)

* Suppression only

Qld, NSW

NT only

3 or 4.5L/ha

plus

Paraquat

at 200g ai/ha

Use the higher rate when sowing into pasture

sod sown rice for annual sedge control or when

more than 10 days is expected between

treatment and permanent water. Apply this tank

mix up to the 3 leaf stage of Barnyard Grass,

Silvertop and Sedges, before rice emergence.

Apply by ground-rig in 70-100L/ha of water total

spray volume.

WATER MANAGEMENT: Flush immediately

after sowing to enable a good even germination

of rice. The soil surface must be sealed by a

flushing irrigation or rainfall before the

application of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

plus Paraquat. Apply a second flush or

permanent flood after 1 day but not later than 5

days after the application of Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide plus Paraquat. To assist in the

control of barnyard grass, permanent water

should be applied as soon as the rice can

tolerate it and levels maintained for optimum

growth of rice.

RICE STAGE: After the first flushing irrigation,

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide plus

Paraquat must be applied before rice

emergence. DO NOT apply to rice in a

weakened condition from causes such as soil

salts, moisture stress, over-watering, or any

other cause.

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6. PRE-TRANSPLANT TREATMENT

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Transplanted Broccoli,

Cabbage and

Cauliflower

See Weed Table D

Qld, NSW,

Vic, SA and

WA only

2 to 3L/ha

Apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide to a

firm seedbed free of ridges, clods and trash

between 7 to 12 days before transplanting. Use

the higher rates on heavier textured soils or

those with a higher organic matter content.

Incorporate with 12 to 25mm of spray Irrigation

or rainfall applied within one day of application

for optimum performance.

Mechanical disturbance to the seed bed at

transplanting should be minimised to achieve

optimum performance.

DO NOT apply after transplanting as damage

will occur.

DO NOT apply where water logging is likely to

occur after transplanting or crop stunting will

result.

DO NOT use Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

on soils with an organic matter content above

6% as inconsistent weed control will occur.

Ramrod SC* may be tank mixed with Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide prior to transplanting

or applied separately after transplanting.

Weed Table D plus

Dwarf Amaranth

(Amaranthus

macrocarpus),

Green Amaranth

(Amaranthus viridis),

Annual Nettles

(Urtica spp.),

Indian Hedge Mustard

(Sisymbrium orientale),

Potatoe Weed

(Galinsoga parviflora),

Sowthistle,

Turnip Weed

(Rapistrum rugosum),

Wild Radish,

Wild Turnip

(Brassica tournefortii),

Winter Grass

(Poa annua)

2 to 2.5L/ha

plus 9L/ha

Ramrod SC*

Transplanted Lettuce

See Weed Table D

2 to 4L/ha

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7. PERENNIAL CROPS

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Avocadoes, Bananas,

Citrus, Deciduous

Fruits, Grapevines,

Lychees, Macadamia

Nut, Mangoes and

Nuts

Dwarf Amaranth,

Green Amaranth,

Annual Ryegrass,

Asthma Plant

(Euphorbia hirta),

Barnyard Grass,

Chickweed

(Stellaria media),

Crowsfoot Grass,

Deadnettle

(Lamium amplexicaule),

Fat Hen

(Chenopodium album),

Pigeon Grass,

Pigweed

(Portulaca oleracea),

Prickly Lettuce

(Lactuca serriola),

Sowthistle, Summer

Grass, Winter Grass,

Wireweed.

All States

9 to 12L/ha

DO NOT apply Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide to grapevines after bud swell.

PRECAUTION: Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide or Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

plus Simazine is likely to affect the emergence

and growth of green manure crops such as oats

or beans between rows of trees or vines, if they

are sown into the treated band within 12 months

of application. Use the higher rate on medium to

heavy textured soils and the lower rate on light

textured soils. Use a directed spray avoiding

contact with green bark, fruit and foliage. If

applied to freshly transplanted trees or vines,

soil should be compacted prior to application of

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide to avoid

contact with roots. Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide must be incorporated by a minimum of

5mm of rainfall or spray irrigation as soon as

possible but no later than 10 days after

application or weed control may be reduced. For

best results, soil surface should be free of

weeds, surface litter and clods at the time of

application, If small weeds are present at the

time of application, Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide should be tank mixed with a

knockdown herbicide at the recommended rate.

CAUTION: Use of Simazine mixtures could lead

to crop damage on vines younger than 3 years

of age. Refer to the Simazine label.

DO NOT apply Simazine mixtures to alkaline

soils.

As above plus

Prairie Grass

(Bromus unioloides),

Spotted Medic

(Medicago arabica)

12 L/ha

Citrus, Deciduous

Fruits, Grapevines

and Nuts

As above plus

Cobbler’s Pegs

(Bindens pilosa),

Curious Weed

(Schkuhriapinnata),

Stinking Roger

(Tagetes minuta)

9L/ha plus

Simazine at

800g ai/ha

As above plus

Caltrop

(Tribulus terrestris)

12L/ha plus

Simazine at

1kg ai/ha

Established Lucerne

Seed Crops only

Fat Hen,

Summer Grass

(Digitaria sanguinalis)

NSW and SA

only

3L/ha

During the spring months prior to irrigation, the

Lucerne stand should be grazed down hard to

produce a low trash soil surface. Apply Imtrade

Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide and incorporate

treatment by 12-25mm of spray irrigation or

rainfall with 1 day of application.

As above plus

Pigeon Grass

(Setaria spp.)

4.5L/ha

Pyrethrum – newly

transplanted “splits”

Seedling Docks

(Rumex spp.)

Useful suppression of

the following weeds is

also obtained:

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Erodium spp.

(Storksbill),

Spear Thistle

(Cirsium vulgare)

Tas only

5 L/ha

Apply immediately following transplanting before

emergence of weeds.

Repeat application in any one year should only

be made according to advice from crop advisers.

Use lower rates on light soils. This product

should be used in combination with other

registered herbicides as recommended by crop

advisers. Apply in autumn or spring prior to

weed germination. Note existing weeds must be

controlled with a knockdown herbicide, as

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide will not

control these weeds.

Repeat applications in any one year should only

be made according to advice from crop advisers.

This product should be used in combination with

other registered herbicides as recommended by

crop advisers.

Established

Pyrethrum

(one year old or

greater)

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7. PERENNIAL CROPS Continued

CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED

ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Teatree

(Melaleuca

alternifolia)

Weed Table B plus

Dwarf Amaranth, Green

Amaranth, Annual

Ryegrass, Barnyard

Grass, Chickweed

(Stellaria media),

Crowsfoot Grass,

Deadnettle

(Lamium amplexicaule),

Fat Hen, Pigeon Grass,

Pigweed,

Prickly Lettuce

(Lactuca serriola),

Sowthistle, Summer

Grass, Winter Grass,

Wireweed.

NSW, Qld,

SA and NT

only

4.5 to 9L/ha

DO NOT tank mix with Simazine as crop

damage

may result. For best results the soil surface

should be free of weeds, surface litter and clods

at the time of application.

PRE-TRANSPLANTING: Apply 7-12 days prior

to transplanting seedlings. Use the higher rates

on heavier textured soils or soils with higher

organic matter. Mechanical disturbance should

minimised

during

planting

optimise

performance. Avoid contact of treated soils with

seedling roots.

POST-TRANSPLANTING: Apply immediately

following planting and pre-emergence of weeds.

If applied to freshly transplanted trees, soils

should be compacted prior to application of

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide to avoid

contact with the roots. Weed control may be

reduced if rainfall or irrigation does not occur

within 10 days of application. Flood irrigation

may reduce control.

8. ESTABLISHED TURF

CROP

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

TURF WARM SEASON

SPECIES

Bahia Grass, Buffalo

Grass, Couch, Kikuyu,

Salt Water Couch and

Zoysia Grass Turf.

Crowsfoot (Crab Grass),

Summer Grass, Winter

Grass

All States

4.5L/ha or

45 mL/100m

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be

incorporated by 10-15mm of spray irrigation or rainfall

as soon as possible within one day of application.

Apply once every 10 weeks from early September to

the end of February.

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide should be

incorporated by 10-15mm of spray irrigation or rainfall

as soon as possible within one day of application.

DO NOT make more than one application of

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide per year. (Refers to

Ryegrass, Bent Grass only).

Queensland Blue Couch,

Hybrid Couch c.v.

Tifdwarf

3L/ha or

30 mL/100m

TURF COOL SEASON

SPECIES

Kentucky Blue Grass

4.5L/ha or

45 mL/100m

Bent Grass,

Perennial Ryegrass.

3L/ha or

30 mL/100m

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9. IRRIGATION CHANNELS

CROP

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE/

TREATED ha

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Cotton Irrigation Banks,

Channels and Drains

Barnyard Grass,

Silvertop Grass (Brown

Beetle Grass)

Qld and

only

4.5 to 9L/ha

Use the lower rate when short term control is

required. Apply in late winter or early spring after

regrading or clearing channels. The soil should be

loose and free of large clods.

If 25-50mm of rainfall has not fallen within 14 days of

application the channel should be filled with water and

allowed to stand for 1 day. The water in the channel

should hen be drained off and used to pre-irrigate

cotton fields. DO NOT use water in channel to irrigate

or pre-irrigate susceptible crops.

6L/ha plus

Diuron at 8.1kg

ai/ha

Use this mixture where long term control is

required or a broader weed spectrum is present.

See Diuron label for details. Water in the channel

should NOT be used to irrigate or pre-irrigate

susceptible crops.

TANK MIX: Read and follow all label directions,

including restraints, spray drift restraints,

mandatory no-spray zones, critical comments,

withholding periods, regional use restrictions, and

safety directions for the tank mix products.

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WEED TABLE

A.

IN COTTON, COW PEAS, MUNG BEANS, NAVY BEANS, PEANUTS, PIGEON PEAS, SOYBEANS,

SUNFLOWERS with pre-plant incorporated treatment (double incorporation)

The following weeds are controlled.

Barnyard Grass

Echinochloa spp.

Native Millet

Panicum decompositum

Button Grass

Dactyloctenium radulans

Pale Pigeon Grass

Setaria glauca

Common Heliotrope

Heliotropium europeaum

Paspalidium

(Brigalow grass)

Paspalidium spp.

Crested Goosefoot

Chenopodium cristatum

Pepper Grass

Panicum whitei

Crowsfoot Grass

Eleusine indica

Pigweed

Portulaca oleracea

Dwarf Amaranth

Amaranthus macrocarpus

Queensland Blue Grass Dichanthium sericeum

Early Spring Grass

Eriochloa spp.

Red Flinders Grass

Iseilema vaginiflorum

Fat Hen

Chenopodium album

Scarlet Pimpernel

Anagallis arvensis

Green Amaranth

Amaranthus viridis

Small Burr Grass

Tragus australianus

Liverseed Grass

Urochloa panicoides

Stink Grass

Eragrostis cilianensis

Mexican Clover (White Eye)

Richardia brasiliensis

Weeping Love Grass

Eragrostis parviflora

Mossman River Grass

Cenchrus echinatus

Wireweed

Polygonum aviculare

Useful suppression of the following weeds is also obtained.

Blackberry Nightshade

Solanum nigrum

Mintweed

Salvia reflexa

Caltrop

Tribulus terrestris

Peppercress

Lepidium spp.

Common Verbena

Verbena officinalis

Stagger Weed

Stachys arvensis

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B.

IN COTTON, SUNFLOWERS, MAIZE AND TEATREE –with post-plant pre-emergence surface treatment

(Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide alone)

The following weeds are controlled

Barnyard Grass

Echinochloa spp.

Pale Pigeon Grass

Setaria glauca

Button Grass

Dactyloctenium radulans

Paspalidium

(Brigalow grass)

Paspalidium spp.

Common Heliotrope

Heliotropium europeaum

Pepper Grass

Panicum whitei

Crested Goosefoot

Chenopodium cristatum

Pigweed

Portulaca oleracea

Crowsfoot Grass

Eleusine indica

Queensland Blue Grass Dichanthium sericeum

Dwarf Amaranth

Amaranthus macrocarpus

Red Flinders Grass

Iseilema vaginiflorum

Early Spring Grass

Eriochloa spp.

Scarlet Pimpernel

Anagallis arvensis

Green Amaranth

Amaranthus viridis

Small Burr Grass

Tragus australianus

Liverseed Grass

Urochloa panicoides

Stink Grass

Eragrostis cilianensis

Mexican Clover (White Eye)

Richardia brasiliensis

Weeping Love Grass

Eragrostis parviflora

Mossman River Grass

Cenchrus echinatus

Wireweed

Polygonum aviculare

Native Millet

Panicum decompositum

Useful suppression of the following weeds is also obtained

Caltrop

Tribulus terrestris

Mintweed

Salvia reflexa

Common Sowthistle

Sonchus oleraceus

Peppercress

Lepidium spp.

Common Verbena

Verbena officinalis

Stagger Weed

Stachys arvensis

C.

IN MAIZE –with post-plant pre-emergence surface treatment of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

plus tank mix with Atrazine.

The following weeds are controlled in addition to those controlled by Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide alone:

Bathurst Burr

Xanthium spinosum

Noogoora Burr

Xanthium pungens

Caltrop

Tribulus terrestris

Paddy Melon

Cucumis spp.

Mintweed

Salvia reflexa

Thornapple

Datura spp.

The following weeds are not controlled by Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide or the mixture with Atrazine:

Bindweed

Convolvulus spp.

Nut Grass

Cyperus rotundus

Wandering Jew

Commelina spp.

D.

IN CARROTS, PROCESSING PEAS, FRENCH BEANS, TRANSPLANTED CABBAGE, CAULIFLOWER,

BROCCOLI AND LETTUCE – with pre-emergence surface treatment after planting or before transplanting

as directed and incorporated by spray irrigation.

Awnless Barnyard Grass

Echinochloa colona

Fat Hen

Chenopodium album

Bittercress

Coronopus didymus

Green Fat Hen

Chenopodium murale

Bladder Ketmia

Hibiscus trionum

Pigweed

Portulaca oleracea

Chickweed

Stellaria media

Prickly Lettuce

Lactuca serriola

Deadnettle

Lamium amplexicaule

Shepherd’s Purse

Capsella bursa-pastoris

Wireweed

Polygonum aviculare

Useful suppression for the following weeds at the lower rates. Higher rates or tank mixtures are required for complete

control (see Directions for Use Table).

Annual Nettles

Urtica spp.

Indian Hedge Mustard

Sisymbrium orientale

Blackberry Nightshade

Solannum nigrum

Turnip Weed

Rapistrum rugosum

Common Sowthistle

Sonchus oleraceus

Wild Radish

Raphanus raphanistrum

Fumitory

Fumaria spp.

Winter Grass

Poa annua

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Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide is a selective herbicide for the control of most annual grasses and certain

broadleaved weeds. Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide controls weeds by inhibiting seedling development; it will not

control established weeds. For best results, seedbeds should be free of weeds, trash and clods at the time of application.

Soils containing a high percentage of organic matter can result in poor control. It is recommended that application to soils

containing a high percentage of organic matter (greater than 6%) be avoided.

Crop injury may result if cold, wet weather follows planting of if Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide is applied to a poorly

prepared seedbed. With the return of favourable growing conditions (warm weather), the crop will usually recover and

resume normal growth.

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide will stain (yellow) any objects it contacts. Keep all objects, etc. that are not to be

stained well clear of the product and spray.

MIXING

Put half the required volume of water in spray tank and start agitation. When using Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

alone, add Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide to partially filled tank and then add the remainder of the water. Mix

thoroughly.

When using Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide in tank mixes with products such as Atrazine or Diuron, mix these

products as indicated on the relevant label and add the Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide last, then complete filling the

tank. Maintain good agitation at all times until spraying is completed. If the spray mixture is allowed to settle, thorough

agitation is essential to re-suspend the mixture before spraying is resumed. Note that when tank mixing Imtrade Cyclone

330 EC Herbicide with Paraquat and Glyphosate herbicides, the Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide should be

thoroughly mixed in the spray tank first, before adding a Paraquat or Glyphosate product.

APPLICATION METHOD

Ground Application:

Use conventional sprayers with either mechanical or by-pass agitation. Flat fan nozzles should be used. Spray

equipment should be correctly calibrated to ensure proper application. If applying Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide in

tank mix combination with Atrazine or Diuron, nozzle screens must be no finer than 50 mesh. Apply the recommended

quantity of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide in 50-200 litres of water per hectare. When pre-emergence surface

treatment is used, the higher rates of water are recommended.

Aerial Application:

Pre-plant Soybeans, Cotton, Sunflowers, Peanuts, Navy Beans, Cow Peas, Mung Beans, Pigeon Peas and post-plant,

post-flushed combine sown rice only.

Apply the recommended quantity of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide in 25-60L of water per hectare. It is essential that

the equipment is correctly calibrated and an even spray pattern is obtained. It is essential that markers are used and an

accurate swath width is maintained. DO NOT apply if wind speed is greater than 16km/hour. Always spray with a

crosswind in accordance with recommended flying practice.

Incorporation:

(a) Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide works best if thoroughly mixed with soil either mechanically or by irrigation or

rainfall. The aim of incorporation is to produce an even band of herbicide to intercept germinating weed seeds.

(b) Post-plant pre-emergence surface applications of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide alone, or as a tank mixture, are

most effective in controlling weeds when adequate rainfall occurs or irrigation is applied within 7-10 days after

treatment to achieve incorporation. If no rain or irrigation is received within 7-10 days, light mechanical incorporation

is required for optimum weed control, except when used on Maize, Carrots and Rice.

(c) Maize is tolerant to Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide either alone or in mixtures with Atrazine if the seed

germinates below the chemically treated band. Maize, carrots and rice are NOT tolerant to Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC

Herbicide if it is in direct contact with the seed.

Cereal Seed Dressings

Some fungicidal seed dressings can shorten coleoptile length and this can affect emergence particularly if seed is sown

too deep. When these cereal seed dressings are used in Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide C treated areas it is very

important to ensure there is good seed depth control and to sow just below (1cm) the chemically treated band. Consult

your local Department of Agriculture Agronomist for further advice.

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Weather Conditions for Planting

Crop injury may result if cold weather follows planting. With the return of favourable growing conditions (warm weather),

crops usually recover and resume normal growth. In cereals, prolonged cold wet conditions during germination and

emergence can result in wheat or barley coleoptiles remaining in the treated band for an extended period. This can

reduce emergence.

COMPATIBILITY

Physical compatibility of Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide has been tested with the following chemicals:

Atrazine, Diuron, Simazine, Prometryne, Flumeturon, Fluometuron plus Prometryne, Ametryne, Paraquat, Propanil,

Linuron, Glyphosate and Ramrod SC*. If tank mixing, observe the directions under mixing.

FOLLOWING CROPS

In the event of crop failure the soil should be cultivated to a minimum depth of 15cm to ensure any residues are evenly

dispersed throughout the soil.

If a maize crop fails due to weather conditions or some other reason, maize can be replanted the same year without

adverse effects, but seedling depth must be below the re-tilled area.

The following crops may be sown after a minimal interval of 2 months after application of Imtrade Cyclone 330

EC Herbicide:

Carrots, Parsnips, Parsley, Celery, Potatoes, Peas, French Beans, transplanted Brassicas, transplanted Lettuce,

transplanted Tomatoes and transplanted Capsicums.

The following crops may be sown after a minimal interval of 5 months after application of Imtrade Cyclone 330

EC Herbicide:

Turnips, Lettuce, Radish, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Broccoli, Onions, Leeks, Sweetcorn, Pumpkins,

Squash, Melons and Cucumbers.

The following crops may be sown after a minimal interval of 12 months after application of Imtrade Cyclone 330

EC Herbicide:

Redbeet (Beetroot), Spinach, Silverbeet and Poppy.

Safety Data Sheet

SAFETY DATA SHEET

Issued by: Imtrade Australia Pty Ltd

Phone: 1800 171 788

Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)

PRODUCT NAME

Imtrade Cyclone 330 EC Herbicide

APVMA Product Code:

52680

1 - IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Supplier Name

IMTRADE AUSTRALIA PTY LTD

Address

17 Ocean Street, Kwinana, Western Australia, AUSTRALIA, 6167

Telephone

1800 171 799

Fax

1800 171 788

Emergency

In a Transport Emergency Dial 000 – Police or Fire Brigade

Web site

http://www.imtrade.com.au

Product Use:

Agricultural herbicide for use as described on the product label.

Creation Date:

March, 2008

This version issued:

May, 2014 and is valid for 5 years from this date.

Product type:

Pendimethalin is a 2,6-dinitroaniline derivative.

SECTION 2 - HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Statement of Hazardous Nature

This product is classified as:

Xn, Harmful. Xi, Irritating. Hazardous according to the criteria of SWA.

Not a Dangerous Good according to Australian Dangerous Goods (ADG) Code, IATA and IMSBC criteria. However,

this is a C1 Combustible Liquid so must be stored and handled as specified in AS 1940 “The storage and handling of

flammable and combustible liquids.”

Risk Phrases:

R22, R43, R65, R36/37/38, R50/53. Harmful if swallowed. May cause sensitisation by skin contact.

Harmful: May cause lung damage if swallowed. Irritating to eyes, respiratory system and skin. Very toxic to aquatic

organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects to the aquatic environment.

Safety Phrases:

S2, S23, S28, S29, S38, S46, S60, S61, S24/25, S36/39. Keep out of reach of children. Do not

breathe spray mists. After contact with skin, wash immediately with plenty of soap and water. Do not empty into

drains. In case of insufficient ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment. If swallowed, contact a doctor or

Poisons Information Centre immediately and show this SDS or label. This material and its container must be disposed

of as hazardous waste. Avoid release to the environment. Refer to special instructions/Safety Data Sheets. Avoid

contact with skin and eyes. Wear suitable protective clothing and eye/face protection.

SUSMP Classification:

ADG Classification:

None allocated. Not a Dangerous Good under the ADG Code.

UN Number:

None allocated

GHS Signal word: WARNING.

HAZARD STATEMENT:

H227: Combustible liquid.

H302: Harmful if swallowed.

H304: May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways.

H315: Causes skin irritation.

H317: May cause an allergic skin reaction.

H320: Causes eye irritation.

H335: May cause respiratory irritation.

H410: Very toxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects.

PREVENTION

P102: Keep out of reach of children.

P210: Keep away from heat, sparks, open flames and hot surfaces. - No smoking.

P261: Avoid breathing fumes, mists, vapours or spray.

P262: Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing.

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Phone: 1800 171 788

Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)

P264: Wash contacted areas thoroughly after handling.

P270: Do not eat, drink or smoke when using this product.

P271: Use only outdoors or in a well ventilated area.

P272: Contaminated work clothing should not be allowed out of the workplace.

P273: Avoid release to the environment.

P280: Wear protective gloves, protective clothing and eye or face protection.

RESPONSE

P362: Take off contaminated clothing and wash before reuse.

P301+P312: IF SWALLOWED: Call a POISON CENTER or doctor if you feel unwell.

P301+P330+P331: IF SWALLOWED: Rinse mouth. Do NOT induce vomiting.

P302+P352: IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water.

P304+P340: IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air and keep at rest in a position comfortable for breathing.

P305+P351+P338: IF IN EYES: Rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if

present and easy to do. Continue rinsing.

P332+P313: If skin irritation occurs: Get medical advice.

P333+P313: If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical advice.

P337+P313: If eye irritation persists: Get medical advice.

P370+P378: In case of fire, use carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam, water fog.

STORAGE

P402+P404: Store in a dry place. Store in a closed container.

P403+P235: Store in a well-ventilated place. Keep cool.

DISPOSAL

P501: Dispose of contents and containers as specified on the registered label.

Emergency Overview

Physical Description & Colour

: Clear liquid; black with orange tinge.

Odour:

Hydrocarbon odour.

Major Health Hazards:

Pendimethalin is harmful to practically nontoxic by ingestion, with reported oral LD

values

of 1050 mg/kg to greater than 5000 mg/kg in rats. It is slightly to practically nontoxic by skin exposure, with reported

dermal LD

values of greater than 2000 mg/kg. It is not a skin irritant in rabbits or guinea pigs, but it causes mild eye

irritation in rabbits. The inhalation 4-hour LC

for technical Pendimethalin in rats is 320 mg/L, indicating practically no

toxicity via this route. Some formulated products may show slight toxicity by inhalation, and may have a greater

capacity to cause skin irritation. Inhalation of dusts or fumes may be mildly to moderately irritating to the linings of the

mouth, nose, throat, and lungs.

Potential Health Effects

See section 11 for Chronic exposure studies.

Inhalation:

Short Term Exposure:

Available data indicates that this product is an inhalation irritant. Symptoms may include

headache, irritation of nose and throat and increased secretion of mucous in the nose and throat. Other symptoms

may also become evident, but they should disappear after exposure has ceased.

Skin Contact:

Short Term Exposure:

Classified as a potential sensitiser by skin contact. Exposure to a skin sensitiser, once

sensitisation has occurred, may manifest itself as skin rash or inflammation, and in some individuals this reaction can

be severe. In addition product is a skin irritant. Symptoms may include itchiness and reddening of contacted skin.

Other symptoms may also become evident, but all should disappear once exposure has ceased.

Long Term Exposure:

No data for health effects associated with long term skin exposure.

Eye Contact:

Short Term Exposure

: This product is an eye irritant. Symptoms may include stinging and reddening of eyes and

watering which may become copious. Other symptoms may also become evident. If exposure is brief, symptoms

should disappear once exposure has ceased. However, lengthy exposure or delayed treatment may cause permanent

damage.

Long Term Exposure

: No data for health effects associated with long term eye exposure.

Ingestion:

Short Term Exposure

: Significant oral exposure is considered to be unlikely. Because of the low viscosity of this

product, it may directly enter the lungs if swallowed, or if subsequently vomited. Once in the lungs, it is very difficult to

remove and can cause severe injury or death. However, this product is an oral irritant. Symptoms may include burning

sensation and reddening of skin in mouth and throat. Other symptoms may also become evident, but all should

disappear once exposure has ceased.

Long Term Exposure

: No data for health effects associated with long term ingestion.

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Phone: 1800 171 788

Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)

Carcinogen Status:

SWA:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by SWA.

NTP:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by NTP.

IARC:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by IARC.

SECTION 3 - COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Ingredients

CAS No

Conc,%

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Pendimethalin

40487-42-1

330g/L

not set

not set

Liquid hydrocarbon

64742-94-5

589g/L

not set

not set

Other non hazardous ingredients

secret

to 100%

not set

not set

This is a commercial product whose exact ratio of components may vary slightly. Minor quantities of other non

hazardous ingredients are also possible.

The SWA TWA exposure value is the average airborne concentration of a particular substance when calculated over a normal 8 hour working day

for a 5 day working week. The STEL (Short Term Exposure Limit) is an exposure value that may be equalled (but should not be exceeded) for no

longer than 15 minutes and should not be repeated more than 4 times per day. There should be at least 60 minutes between successive exposures

at the STEL. The term "peak "is used when the TWA limit, because of the rapid action of the substance, should never be exceeded, even briefly.

SECTION 4 - FIRST AID MEASURES

General Information:

You should call The Poisons Information Centre if you feel that you may have been poisoned, burned or irritated by

this product. The number is 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia (0800 764 766 in New Zealand) and is available at all

times. Have this SDS with you when you call.

Inhalation:

If irritation occurs, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor. Remove source of

contamination or move victim to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, oxygen may be beneficial if administered by trained

personnel, preferably on a doctor's advice. In severe cases, symptoms of pulmonary oedema can be delayed up to 48

hours after exposure.

Skin Contact:

Wash gently and thoroughly with warm water (use non-abrasive soap if necessary) for 10-20 minutes

or until product is removed. Under running water, remove contaminated clothing, shoes and leather goods (e.g.

watchbands and belts) and completely decontaminate them before reuse or discard. If irritation persists, repeat

flushing and seek medical attention.

Eye Contact:

Immediately flush the contaminated eye(s) with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 20 minutes or until

the product is removed, while holding the eyelid(s) open. Take care not to rinse contaminated water into the

unaffected eye or onto the face. Obtain medical attention immediately. Take special care if exposed person is wearing

contact lenses.

Ingestion:

If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Wash mouth with water and contact a Poisons Information

Centre, or call a doctor.

SECTION 5 - FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Fire and Explosion Hazards

: This product is classified as a C1 combustible product. There is no risk of an

explosion from this product under normal circumstances if it is involved in a fire. Violent steam generation or eruption

may occur upon application of direct water stream on hot liquids. Vapours from this product are heavier than air and

may accumulate in sumps, pits and other low-lying spaces, forming potentially explosive mixtures. They may also

flash back considerable distances.

Fire decomposition products from this product may be toxic if inhaled. Take appropriate protective measures.

Extinguishing Media

: Suitable extinguishing media are carbon dioxide, dry chemical, foam, water fog.

Fire Fighting

: If a significant quantity of this product is involved in a fire, call the fire brigade.

Flash point

:

>65°C

Upper Flammability Limit:

No data.

Lower Flammability Limit:

No data.

Autoignition temperature:

No data.

Flammability Class:

Flammable Category 4 (GHS), C1 combustible (AS 1940)

SECTION 6 - ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Accidental release

: In the event of a major spill, prevent spillage from entering drains or water courses. Wear full

protective clothing including eye/face protection. All skin areas should be covered. See below under Personal

Protection regarding Australian Standards relating to personal protective equipment. Suitable materials for protective

clothing include rubber, PVC. Eye/face protective equipment should comprise as a minimum, protective goggles. If

there is a significant chance that vapours or mists are likely to build up in the cleanup area, we recommend that you

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Phone: 1800 171 788

Poisons Information Centre: 13 1126 from anywhere in Australia, (0800 764 766 in New Zealand)

use a respirator. Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this product. However, if you have any doubts consult

the Australian Standard mentioned below (section 8).

Stop leak if safe to do so, and contain spill. Absorb onto sand, vermiculite or other suitable absorbent material. If spill

is too large or if absorbent material is not available, try to create a dike to stop material spreading or going into drains

or waterways. Sweep up and shovel or collect recoverable product into labelled containers for recycling or salvage,

and dispose of promptly. Recycle containers wherever possible after careful cleaning. Refer to product label for

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

enters drains, advise emergency services. Full details regarding disposal of used containers, spillage and unused

material may be found on the label. If there is any conflict between this SDS and the label, instructions on the label

prevail. Ensure legality of disposal by consulting regulations prior to disposal. Thoroughly launder protective clothing

before storage or re-use. Advise laundry of nature of contamination when sending contaminated clothing to laundry.

SECTION 7 - HANDLING AND STORAGE

Handling

: Keep exposure to this product to a minimum, and minimise the quantities kept in work areas. Check

Section 8 of this SDS for details of personal protective measures, and make sure that those measures are followed.

The measures detailed below under "Storage" should be followed during handling in order to minimise risks to

persons using the product in the workplace. Also, avoid contact or contamination of product with incompatible

materials listed in Section 10.

Storage

: Note that this product is combustible and therefore, for Storage, meets the definition of Dangerous Goods

in some states. If you store large quantities (tonnes) of such products, we suggest that you consult your state's

Dangerous Goods authority in order to clarify your obligations regarding their storage.

Store in the closed original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. Make sure that the

product does not come into contact with substances listed under "Incompatibilities" in Section 10. Some liquid

preparations settle or separate on standing and may require stirring before use. Check packaging - there may be

further storage instructions on the label.

SECTION 8 - EXPOSURE CONTROLS AND PERSONAL PROTECTION

The following Australian Standards will provide general advice regarding safety clothing and equipment:

Respiratory equipment: AS/NZS 1715, Protective Gloves: AS 2161, Occupational Protective Clothing: AS/NZS 4501

set 2008, Industrial Eye Protection: AS1336 and AS/NZS 1337, Occupational Protective Footwear: AS/NZS2210.

SWA Exposure Limits

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Exposure limits have not been established by SWA for any of the significant ingredients in this product.

The ADI for Pendimethalin is set at 0.1mg/kg/day. The corresponding NOEL is set at 12mg/kg/day. ADI means

Acceptable Daily Intake and NOEL means No-observable-effect-level. Values taken from Australian ADI List, Dec

2012.

No special equipment is usually needed when occasionally handling small quantities. The following instructions are

for bulk handling or where regular exposure in an occupational setting occurs without proper containment systems.

Ventilation:

No special ventilation requirements are normally necessary for this product. However make sure that

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

Eye Protection:

Protective glasses or goggles should be worn when this product is being used. Failure to protect

your eyes may cause them harm. Emergency eye wash facilities are also recommended in an area close to where

this product is being used.

Skin Protection:

If you believe you may have a sensitisation to this product or any of its declared ingredients, you

should prevent skin contact by wearing impervious gloves, clothes and, preferably, apron. Make sure that all skin

areas are covered. See below for suitable material types.

Protective Material Types:

We suggest that protective clothing be made from the following: rubber, PVC.

Respirator:

Usually, no respirator is necessary when using this product. However, if you have any doubts consult

the Australian Standard mentioned above.

Eyebaths or eyewash stations and safety deluge showers should be provided near to where product is being used.

SECTION 9 - PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES:

Physical Description & colour

Clear liquid; black with orange tinge.

Odour:

Hydrocarbon odour.

Boiling Point:

183-210°C at 100kPa

Freezing/Melting Point:

No specific data. Liquid at normal temperatures. Some crystallisation occurs

between 0 and -7°C

Volatiles:

No specific data. Expected to be low at 100°C but 50-60% at higher

temperatures.

Vapour Pressure:

No data.

Vapour Density:

No data.

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Specific Gravity:

Approx 0.988 at 20°C

Water Solubility:

Emulsifiable.

pH:

No data.

Volatility:

No data.

Odour Threshold:

No data.

Evaporation Rate:

No data.

Coeff Oil/water Distribution

No data

Autoignition temp:

No data.

SECTION 10 - STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Reactivity:

This product is unlikely to react or decompose under normal storage conditions. However, if you have

any doubts, contact the supplier for advice on shelf life properties.

Conditions to Avoid:

Store in the closed original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight.

Incompatibilities:

strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidising agents.

Fire Decomposition:

Carbon dioxide, and if combustion is incomplete, carbon monoxide and smoke. Nitrogen and

its compounds, and under some circumstances, oxides of nitrogen. Occasionally hydrogen cyanide gas in reducing

atmospheres. Water. Carbon monoxide poisoning produces headache, weakness, nausea, dizziness, confusion,

dimness of vision, disturbance of judgment, and unconsciousness followed by coma and death.

Polymerisation:

This product will not undergo polymerisation reactions.

SECTION 11 - TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicity: Pendimethalin

Chronic toxicity: Increases in alkaline phosphatase level and liver weight were produced in dogs fed 50 mg/kg/day

for 2 years, but not at a dose of 12.5 mg/kg/day. In a 90-day feeding study of rats, no effects were observed at doses

of 40 mg/kg/day.

Reproductive effects: In a three-generation reproductive study of rats tested at levels up to 250 mg/kg/day, there

were slightly fewer offspring and they showed decreased weight gain from weaning to maturity. No effects were

observed at 30 mg/kg/day. This evidence suggests that Pendimethalin is unlikely to cause reproductive effects in

humans under normal circumstances.

Teratogenic effects: No birth defects and no toxic effects on foetuses occurred when pregnant rats were given 500

mg/kg/day, the highest dose tested. No foetotoxic or teratogenic effects were seen at the highest dose tested (60

mg/kg/day) in a teratology study with rabbits, although maternal toxicity was seen at 30 mg/kg/day. It does not appear

that Pendimethalin is teratogenic.

Mutagenic effects: Several mutagenicity studies, including tests on live animals and mammalian and bacterial cell

cultures, have all indicated that Pendimethalin has no mutagenic activity.

Carcinogenic effects: Pendimethalin did not increase tumour formation in mice given dietary doses of 75 mg/kg/day

over an 18-month period. This evidence suggests that Pendimethalin is not carcinogenic.

Organ toxicity: Chronic exposure to Pendimethalin has resulted in increased liver weights in test animals.

Fate in humans and animals: Pendimethalin is largely unabsorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, and excreted

unchanged in the faeces. Pendimethalin, which does become absorbed into the bloodstream from the gastrointestinal

tract, is rapidly metabolized in the kidneys and liver and is then excreted as metabolites via urine. One day after

administration to rats, 90% of a 37 mg/kg dose was recovered in faeces and urine. After 4 days this figure was 96%.

Lower doses resulted in almost 100% excretion within 4 days. Tissue burdens of the compound were on the order of

0.3 mg/kg, with slightly higher concentrations in the body fat.

SECTION 12 - ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause long-term adverse effects to the aquatic environment.

Effects on birds: Pendimethalin is harmful to birds, with an acute oral LD

of 1421 mg/kg in mallard duck and 8-day

dietary LC

values of greater than 3149 mg/kg in bobwhite quail, and greater than 10,900 mg/kg in mallard duck.

Effects on aquatic organisms: Pendimethalin is highly toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. The reported 96-hour

for Pendimethalin in bluegill sunfish is 199 μg/L, in rainbow trout is 138 μg/L, and in channel catfish is 420 μg/L.

The 48-hour LC

in Daphnia magna, a small freshwater crustacean, is 280 μg/L. The bioconcentration factor for this

compound in whole fish is 5100, indicating a moderate potential to accumulate in aquatic organisms.

Effects on other organisms: Pendimethalin is nontoxic to bees.

Environmental Fate:

Breakdown in soil and groundwater: Pendimethalin is moderately persistent, with a field half-life of approximately

40 days. It does not undergo rapid microbial degradation except under anaerobic conditions. Slight losses of

Pendimethalin can result from photodecomposition and volatilization. Pendimethalin is strongly adsorbed by most

soils. Increasing soil organic matter and clay is associated with increased soil binding capacity. It is practically

insoluble in water, and thus will not leach appreciably in most soils, and should present a minimal risk of groundwater

contamination.

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Breakdown in water: Pendimethalin is stable to hydrolysis, but may be degraded by sunlight in aquatic systems.

Pendimethalin may also be removed from the water column by binding to suspended sediment and organic matter. It

is rapidly degraded under anaerobic conditions once precipitated to sediment.

Breakdown in vegetation: Pendimethalin is absorbed by plant roots and shoots, and inhibits cell division and cell

elongation. Once absorbed into plant tissues, translocation is limited and Pendimethalin breaks down via oxidation.

Pendimethalin is not absorbed by the leaves of grasses, and only very small amounts are taken up by plants from the

soil. Residues on crops at harvest are usually below detectable levels (0.05 ppm).

SECTION 13 - DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Disposal:

Special help is available for the disposal of Agricultural Chemicals. The product label will give general

advice regarding disposal of small quantities, and how to cleanse containers. However, for help with the collection of

unwanted rural chemicals, contact ChemClear 1800 008 182 http://www.chemclear.com.au/ and for help with the

disposal of empty drums, contact DrumMuster http://www.drummuster.com.au/ where you will find contact details for

your area.

SECTION 14 - TRANSPORT INFORMATION

ADG Code:

This product is not classified as a Dangerous Good by ADG, IATA or IMSBC criteria. No special

transport conditions are necessary unless required by other regulations.

SECTION 15 - REGULATORY INFORMATION

AICS:

All of the significant ingredients in this formulation are compliant with NICNAS regulations.

The following ingredients: Pendimethalin, Liquid hydrocarbon, are mentioned in the SUSMP.

SECTION 16 - OTHER INFORMATION

This SDS contains only safety-related information. For other data see product literature.

Acronyms:

ADG Code

Australian Code for the Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail (7

edition)

AICS

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

SWA

Safe Work Australia, formerly ASCC and NOHSC

CAS number

Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Number

Hazchem Code

Emergency action code of numbers and letters that provide information to emergency

services especially firefighters

IARC

International Agency for Research on Cancer

NOS

Not otherwise specified

NTP

National Toxicology Program (USA)

R-Phrase

Risk Phrase

SUSMP

Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Medicines & Poisons

UN Number

United Nations Number

This SDS summarises our best knowledge of the health and safety hazard information on the product,

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

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

including in conjunction with other products. If clarification or further information is needed to ensure that

an appropriate risk assessment can be made the user should contact Imtrade Australia Pty Ltd, or in the

event of an emergency, 000. Our responsibility for products sold is subject to out standard terms and

conditions, a copy of which is sent to our customers and is also available on request.

Please read all labels carefully before using product.

This SDS is prepared in accord with the SWA document “Preparation of Safety Data Sheets for Hazardous

Chemicals - Code of Practice” (December 2011)

Copyright © Kilford & Kilford Pty Ltd, May, 2014.

http://www.kilford.com.au/

Phone (02)9251 4532

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