I.PI.CI. IPIMETHALIN 330 HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
PENDIMETHALIN; HYDROCARBON LIQUID
Available from:
FINCHIMICA S.P.A.
INN (International Name):
pendimethalin(330g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE
Composition:
PENDIMETHALIN ANILIDE/ANILINE-DINITRO Active 330.0 g/L; HYDROCARBON LIQUID SOLVENT Other 557.0 g/L
Units in package:
110L; 20L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
FINCHIMICA
Therapeutic group:
AVOCADO | BAHIA GRASS | BANANA | BARLEY - PRIOR TO SOWING | BENT GRASS | BROCCOLI TRANSPLANTS | BUFFALO GRASS LAWN OR TURF | CAB
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS | ANNUAL SEDGE - SUPPRESSION | ASTHMA PLANT | AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS | BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS | BATHURST BURR | BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE - SUPPRESSION | BLADDER KETMIA | BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP. | BROWN BEETLE OR SILVER TOP GRASS | 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 | GREEN AMARANTH | GREEN FAT HEN | GREEN SUMMER GRASS | GUINEA GRASS | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD | LIVERSEED OR UROCHLOA GRASS | MINTWEED | MINTWEED - SUPPRESSION | MOSSMAN RIVER OR BURR GRASS | NATIVE MILLET | NETTLE | NOOGOORA BURR | PADDY MELON | PALE PIGEON GRASS | PASPALIDIUM | PEPPER GRASS | PEPP
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 TRANSPLANTS: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON HELIOTROPE, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BUFFALO GRASS LAWN OR TURF: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; CABBAGE TRANSPLANTS: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON HELIOTROPE, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS, 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: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, DEADNETTLE, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CAULIFLOWER TRANSPLANTS: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, COMMON HELIOTROPE, DEADNETTLE, DWARF AMARANTH OR BOGGABRI WEED, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN AMARANTH, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CHICKPEA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVER WEED - 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, PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS, 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, PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS, WHITE EYE OR MEXICAN CLOVER, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; COTTON - IRRIGATION BANK: [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROWN BEETLE OR SILVER TOP GRASS]; 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, PEPPER GRASS, PEPPERCRESS - SUPPRESSION, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, QUEENSLAND BLUEGRASS, RED FLINDERS GRASS, SCARLET OR RED PIMPERNEL, SMALL BURRGRASS, STAGGER WEED - SUPPRESSION, STINK GRASS, WEEPING LOVEGRASS, 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]; DRY DRAINS & CHANNELS: [BARNYARD OR WATER GRASS, BROWN BEETLE OR SILVER TOP GRASS]; FABA BEAN - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVER WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FIELD PEA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [ANNUAL OR WIMMERA RYEGRASS, SILVER WEED - SUPPRESSION, WILD OAT - SUPPRESSION, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; FRENCH BEAN - PRE-EMERGENT: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, DEADNETTLE, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; GRAPEVINE: [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]; HYBRID COUCH CV. TIFDWARF LAWN/TURF: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS LAWN OR TURF: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; KIKUYU GRASS LAWN OR TURF: [CROWSFOOT GRASS, SUMMER GRASS, WINTER GRASS]; LETTUCE - TRANSPLANTS: [AWNLESS BARNYARD GRASS, BITTERCRESS OR SWINECRESS, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, CHICKWEED, DEADNETTLE, FAT HEN, FUMITORY, GREEN FAT HEN, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, NETTLE, PERENNIAL PIGWEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WINTER GRASS, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; LUCERNE SEED CROP - ESTABLISHED: [FAT HEN, PIGEON GRASS, SUMMER GRASS]; LUPIN - PRIOR TO SOWING: [ANNUAL
Authorization status:
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Authorization number:
51685
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

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BEFORE

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I.Pi.Ci.

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pimethalin

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330

Herbicide

ACTIVE

CONSTITUENT:

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PENDIMETHALIN

SOLVENT:

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LIQUID

HYDROCARBON

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GROUP

_HERBICIDE

I

control

annual

ryegras.

wireweed

wheat,

barley

peas

annual

grasses and certain broadleaf

weeds

in

various crops as

shown

in the Directions For

table.

Important: Read the attached booklet before

use

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poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or

Poisons Information Centre (Ph.: 131126).

swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting.

Give a glass of water.

MATERIAL SAFETY

DATA

SHEET

Additional information is listed on the

Material Safety

Data

Sheet for Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

which

is available from

I.PiCi

on request. Call Customer Service Toll Free

on 1-800 700 096.

NOTICE

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Back

Panel

When

preparing

spray

using the

prepared

spray,

wear

a face shield or

goggles, cotton overalls

buttoned

to the

neck

wrist (or equivalent clothing)

elbow length nitrile gloves.

product

skin, immediately

wash

area

with

soap

water.

product

in eyes,

wash

inuned.iate1y

with

water.

Wash

hands

after use.

After each

dais

use,

wash

face shield or

goggles, gloves

contaminated

clothing.

FIRST AID

Triple or preferably pressure rinse

containers before disposal.

rinsings

spray

tank.

dispose of

undiluted

chemicals on site.

H

recycling,

replace cap

return

clean containers to

recycler or designated collection point.

recycling. break, crush, or

puncture

bury

empty

containers in a local

authority landfill.

no landfill is

available,

bury

the containers below

a disposal

specifically

marked

this

purpose

clear of

waterways, desirable vegetation

tree

roots.

Empty containers

product

should

be burnt.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a

dry,

coot

well-ventilated area

of direct

sunlight.

store below

soc.

Extended storage

below 5°C

result in the formation of

crystals on the

bottom

of the container.

crystalisation does occur, store the

container on its side

room

temperature

rock occasionally until crystals re-

dissolve.

For

reftllnble

containers

Empty contents fully into application

equipment.

Close all valves

return

point

supply

for refill or storage.

SMALL SPILL MANAGEMENT

Wear protective

equipment

(See SAFETY

DIRECTIONS).

Apply

absorbent material

such as earth,

sand,

clay granules or cat litter

to the spill.

When

absorption is complete,

sweep

material

contain in a refuse

vessel for disposal.

(See STORAGE

DISPOSAL section).

necessary,

wash

spill area

with

alkali detergent

water

absorb as above the

wash

liquid for

disposal.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful

swallowed.

Will irritate the eyes,

nose,

throat

skin.

Avoid contact

with

eyes

skin.

inhale vapour.

Seller

warrants

that

product

conforms to its

chemical description

is reasonably fit for

purposes

stated

label

when

used

in accordance

with

directions

under

normal

conditions of use.

warranty

of merchantability or fitness for a

particular

purpose,

express

implied, extends to the

of the

product

contrary to label instructions

under

off-label

permits

endorsed

LPi.Ci. or

under

abnormal

conditions.

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RESPONSE

(AU Hours)

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AUSTRALIA

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Panel

CAUTION

KEEP

OF REACH

CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE

OPENING

OR USING

I.Pi.Ci.

I

pimethalin

*

330

Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT:

PENDIMETHALIN

SOLVENT:

LIQUID HYDROCARBON

____

..::Mode

Action

GROUP

_HERBICIDE

I

control

annual

ryegrass

wireweed

wheat, barley

peas

annual

grasses and certain broadleaf

weeds

in

various crops as

shown

in

the Directions For

Use table.

Important:

Read this

booklet

before

I.Pi.Ci (Aust.) Pty.

Ltd.

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Melbourne Vic 3000

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Booklet

DIRECTIONS

RESTRAINTS:

sensitive

summer

crops

such

sorghum

millets

within

months

application

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide.

apply

to a poorly prepared seedbed.

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

mixed

with

atrazine

heavy

clay soils.

apply

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

where

waterlogging

likely to occur.

Suppression

only

PRE-PLANT

INCORPORATED

TREATMENT

(DOUBLE

INCORPORATiON)

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITiCAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

!/h.

Cotton

Weed

Table A

NSWand

Incorporate into the soil

within

hours

of application.

Use a combine

with

trailing

harrows

chain

only

or offset or tandem discs of Lilliston cultivators,

work

to a

depth

of 2-5 em.

peas

Weed

Table A

NSW,NT

Subsequent

planting operations

irrigated cotton

remove the Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

treated

Mung

beans

only

soil from

hills

leaving

untreated

band

over

row, requiring a further application of Ipimethalin 330

Navy

beans

Herbicide or other herbicides in

that

band.

When

seedbed is

rough,

a second incorporation is

Peanuts

necessary.

Pigeon

peas

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

applied

by aerial or

ground

spraying.

In the Macquarie area,

only

Sovbeans

apply

when

ground

is too

ground

application.

(Refer

note

under

"Incorporation").

Sunflowers

Weed

Table

NSW,Qld,

Use the

higher

rate on heavy textured soils or those

high

organic

matter

lower

rate

light

medium

textured soils.

only

Barley

Annual

ryegrass,

states

Incorporate into the soil

within

hours

of application.

(Refer note (a)

under

"Incorporation").

Wheat

wild

oats

weighted

harrows

8-13

km/hour

followed by a cross-working

with

a combine set to

work

at a

depth

wireweed

of 2-5 cm

8-13

km/hr.

Application

heavier soil types which

have

poor

structural characteristics or

are poorly worked,

result

insufficient

uneven

incorporation

unsatisfactory

weed

control.

Heavy

soils which are

cloddy

have

a surface

crust

or surface seal

should

avoided.

Attempting

incorporate Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

when

soils

very

or very

also

result

in insufficient

mixing

therefore

poor

weed

control.

Wheat

barley seed

must

sown

approximately 1

beneath

the chemically treated

band

reduced

emergence

occur.

Refer sections "Cereal Seed

Dressings"

"Weather Conditions at Planting",

under

General Instructions, for further information

on emergence.

wild

oats are expected to be a problem, use a

wild

herbicide.

Field

peas

SA, Southern

Incorporate

into

the soil

within

hours

of application.

weighted

harrows

at 8-13

km/hour

NSW,

TasVic

followed by a cross-working

with

a combine

work

at a

depth

of 2-5 em at 8-13

km/hour.

Seed

WAonly

should

sown

below the chemical band.

cover

harrows

behind

combine.

(Refer

note

under

"Incorporation").

wild oats are

exnected

to be a

problem,

use a

wild

herbicide.

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page 4 of 20

Booklet

PRE·PLANT

INCORPORATED

TREATMENT

(DOUBLE

INCORPORATION)

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

Chickpeas

Annual

ryegrass,

Northern

Incorporate

into

the soil

within

hours

of application.

weighted

harrows

at 8-13

kmyhour

Faba

beans

wild

oatsCD

NSWand

followed

a cross-working

with

a combine set to

work

at a

depth

of 2-5 em at 8-13

kmyhour.

Seed

Lupins

wireweed

Qld only

should

sown

below the chemical band.

Use cover harrows

behind

combine.

(Refer note (a)

Safflower

under

"Incorporation").

Use the higher rates on

medium

heavy textured soils and lower rates on

light textured soils.

Heavy

soils

which

doddy

or have a surface seal

should

avoided.

Attempting

to incorporate Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

when

soils

very

or very

also

result

insufficient mixing

therefore,

poor weed control.

wild

oats are expected to

problem, use a

wild

herbicide.

PRE-PLANT

APPLICATION

(INCORPORATED

SOWING

PROCESS)

Barley

Annual ryegrass,

states

Barley

Wheat:

Where full

(double) incorporation is impractical

where

seedbed

tilth

Wheat

wild

oatsCD

fine

free of large stones

trash,

apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

to 24 hours prior to

wireweed

sowing.

Incorporate

with

the combine set to

to a

depth

of 3-5 em.

Use trailing harrows,

(Refer

note (a)

under

"Incorporation"). Wheat and barley seed

must

sown

at least 1 em beneath the

chemically treated

band

reduced

emergence

occur.

Refer sections "Cereal Seed Dressings"

"Weather Conditions

Planting", under General Instructions, for further information

emergence.

Canola

Annual

ryegrass,

Southern

1.8 to 3

Canola:

Apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide up to 24 hours prior to sowing.

Incorporate

with

wild

oats'D

NSW,

combine

the seed below

chemical

band.

higher

rates

medium

heavy

wireweed

WA only

textured soils

the lower rates on light textured soils.

NOTE:

Development

of water-logged

Slivergrass<D

conditions after

application of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

retard

emergence of canola.

wild

oats are expected to

a problem, use a

wild

oat herbicide.

Application to heavier soil

types

which

have

poor

structural characteristics or are poorly

worked

result

insufficient

uneven

incorporation

unsatisfactory

weed

control.

Heavy

soils

which

cloddy

have

a surface

crust

or surface seal

should

avoided.

Attempting to incorporate

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

when

soils

are very

or very

also

result

in insufficient mixing

therefore

poor

weed

control.

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

Booklet

PRE-PLANT

APPLICATION

(INCORPORATED

SOWING

PROCESS)

Chickpeas

Annual

ryegrass,

SA, Southern

Where full

(double) incorporation is impractical

where

seedbed

tilth

is fine

free of large

Faba

beans

silverweedtD,

wild

NSW, Vic

stones

trash,

apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide or

case of Iupins,

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

Field

peas

oatsCD

WAonly

plus

simazine,

to 24

hours

prior

to sowing.

Incorporate

with

combine

to a

depth

Lupins

wireweed

3-5 em.

Use trailing

harrows,

(Refer note (a)

under

"Incorporation").

Application

heavier soil

Safflower

types

which

have

poor

structural characteristics or

poorly

worked

result

insufficient

Lupins

WAonly

uneven

incorporation

unsatisfactory

weed

control.

Heavy

soils

which

cloddy

have

simazine at

surface

crust

or a surface seal

should

avoided.

Attempting

to incorporate

Ipimethalin

af/ha

Herbicide

when

soils

very

or very

also result

insufficient

mixing

therefore

poor

weed

control.

Refer to section on

"weather

Conditions at Planting"

under

General

NSW, SA

Instructions, for

further

information on emergence.

wild

oats

expected

a problem,

only

simazine at

wild

herbicide.

the higher rates

medium

heavy

textured

soils

the lower

rates

1.5 kz

ai/ha

liaht

textured

soils.

Suppression

only

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

6 of 20

Booklet

POST-PLANT

PRE-EMERGENCE SURFACE

TREATMENT

(OVERALL

BAND

SPRAYING):

NON-MECHANICAL

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

llha

Cotton

Weed

Table B

NSWand

Where incorporation

prior

sowing

is impractical,

where

seedbed

tilth is fine

free of

large

only

stones

trash,

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide should

applied within 48 hours after sowinz.

Sunflowers

NSW,Qid

Where

incorporation

prior

sowing

is impractical,

where

seedbed

tilth

is fine

free of

large

only

stones

trash, Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

should

applied

after

sowing

before the

emergence

the crop

weeds.

Where fat

or blackberry

nightshade

is expected to

a major problem,

pre-plant

incorporation

(No.

1 application method), is oreferred.

(Refer

note

under

"Incorporation").

Maize

NSW,NT

Where

grasses are expected to

the major problem,

recommended

that

Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide

Only

used

alone.

Apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide after

planting

before emergence of

crop

weeds.

DO NOT incorporate this treatment.

Avoid

application in

weather,

this

cause

pruning

aerial

roots

Iodzinz.

(Refer

note

under

"Incorporation").

See Weed Table C

Where

thomapple,

Noogoora

burr,

Bathurst

burr,

caltrop,

paddy

melon

mintweed

expected

atrazine

a major problem, Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

should

applied

in a

tank

mix combination

with

atrazine

1.0 kg

ai/ha

after

planting

before the emergence of

crop

weeds.

incorporate this mixture.

Follow

directions

atrazine label carefully.

Ibis

treabnent

should

lead

to soil residue

problems

with

atrazine

application

rate

is low.

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide mixed

with

atrazine

heavy

clay soils as

weed

control

adequate.

(Refer

note

under

"Incorporation").

Carrots

See Weed Table D

NSW,Qld,

2103

MINIMUM PLANTiNG DEPTH-

Carrots:

Processing peas:

SA, Tas, Vic

Seed

should

sown

with

press

wheels

or rollers

behind

planter

order

ensure

coverage of the

andWA

seed

compaction of the seedbed.

See Weed Table D

Apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide to a fine firm

seedbed

free of ridges, clods

trash

within

days

after

plus

sowthistIe

linuron

sowing.

Use the

higher

rates

heavier

textured

soils or those

with

higher

organic

matter

content

wild

radish

1.0 kg

af/ha

Incorporate

with

12-25

spray

irrigation or rainfall

applied

within

of application for

Processing

Weed Table D

Qldand

optimum

performance.

peas

Only

disturb

the soil by rolling or

harrowing

after Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

been

applied.

apply

where

heavy

rainfall or irrigation is likely to lead to

water

logging.

only

DO NOT

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

soils

with

organic

matter

content

above

6% as inconsistent

weed

control will occur.

French

beans

Weed

Table D

only

MINIMUM PLANTING DEPTH -

30mm

in the Lockyer

Fassifem Valleys only.

DO NOT

apply

to French beans

sown

during

autumn,

winter

or earlv

spring

which

are likelv to

stressed bv cold weather.

Draft

Label

1/02/2000

Replaces

Registered

Label

6/12/1999

Page

Booklet

POST-PLANT

PRE-EMERGENCE

SURFACE

TREATMENT

(OVERALL

BAND

SPRAYING):

NON-MECHANICAL

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

I/ha

Onions

Hogweed

Tas only

0.75

Apply

conjunction

with

other

herbicides as

advised

a qualified

crop

adviser

ensure

that

(wireweed)

adequate

level of

weed

control is achieved

adverse

conditions.

Pre-emergence:

Do NOT

sandy

soils.

MINIMUM PLANTING DEPTH:

15rnrn

Apply

from

immediately

after sowing until

just

prior

emergence.

Apply

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

a fine,

finn

seedbed

free of clods

trash.

higher

rates

heavy

textured soils or

those

with

high

organic

matter

content.

optimum

performance, incorporate

with

12 to 25

i l l

spray

irrigation

within

of application.

Do NOT exceed 0.75

Lyha

soil conditions are

cold.

Post-emergence:

Apply

Ipimethalin

Herbicide from the first

leaf

until

leaf stage.

Repeat

applications

made

after

1 leaf

to the 3 leaf stage

providing

total usage of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

crop

does

exceed

3L/ha.

Avoid

applying

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide to

areas

where

water

logging is likely to occur.

Draft Label

Replaces Registered

Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

Booklet

POST·PLANT

PRE·EMERGENCE

TREATMENT

(INCORPORATED

NON·INCORPORATED)

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

l./ha

Sugar

cane

l\vnUessbannyard

NSW,Qld

3 to 4.5

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

should

applied

soon

as possible after

planting

before

weed

grass, crowsfoot

WAonly

emergence.

However,

consolidation (cutaway operation) of the

planting

furrow

prior

application

grass,

guinea

prevent

soil

movement

into the

base

of the drill

recommended.

Poor grass control is

expected

grass,

green

soils which contain a high percentage of organic matter. (Refer note (a) under "Incorporation").

summer

grass

Use the

higher

rate

where

longer

weed

control is

required

where

incorporation

irrigation or

summer

grass

rainfall is likely to

delayed more than 5 days.

INCORPORATED:

Under

conditions or

where

some

cultivation is expected after application,

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

should

thoroughly

incorporated

by finger rakes to a shallow

depth.

subsequent

tillage operations, cultivation

depth

should

exceed the

depth

of incorporation.

WATER INCORPORATION:

Incorporate using 12-25

spray

irrigation or rainfall

within

days

of application.

area

should

disturbed

cultivation for the expected

duration

weed

control

where

this

method

of application is

used.

excessive irrigation or rainfall occurs

after

application

of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide, resulting in the

movement

of the soil from

bottom

of the

planting

drill,

weed

control

will

reduced.

Blue

(blue

billygoat weed)

atrazine

other

broadleaf

weeds

higher rates of atrazine

diuron

tank

mixed

with

Ipimethalin

1.5 kg

ai/ha

Herbicide - see the

relevant

atrazine

diuron

labels for details.

diuron

1.5 kg

ai/ha

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1/02(1.000

6/12/1999

Page

9 of 20

Booklet

POST-PLANT

FLUSHING:

IPIMETHALIN

330 HERBICIDE

TANK

MIXTURES.

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

I/ha

Combine

Barnyard grass,

NSW,NT

Apply this tank mixture

the 2 leaf stage of barnyard grass

1 leaf stage of silvertop.

sown

rice

stlvertop grass

andQld

only

propanil at

Apply

ground

70-100

L/ha

aircraft

25-30

Lyha

total

spray

volume.

(brown beetle

ai/ha.

WATER MANAGEMENT:

Flush

immediately after

sowing

enable a

good

even

germination

grass)

&

starfruit

rice.

The soil surface

must

be sealed

a flushing irrigation

rainfall before the application of

Iptmethalln

Herbicide

plus

propanil.

Apply

a second flush or

permanent

flood after 2

days

later

than

5 days after the application of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

plus

propanil.

To assist

control

barnyard

grass,

permanent

water

should

applied

soon

as the rice

tolerate

levels

maintained

optimum

growth

of rice.

RICE STAGE:

After the first flushing irrigation the stage of rice

application

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

plus

propanil

critical

timing

should

based

the stage of

weed

growth

water

management.

However,

DO NOT

apply

to rice

weakened

condition

from

causes

such

as soil salts,

moisture

stress, over-watering, or

other

cause.

Some

transient

leaf

burn

the rice

result

after

application

of Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide

plus

propanil,

long

term

effects

will

result

from

this leaf

bum.

Rice

seed

should

covered

with

least 1

water

after the first

flushing

irrigation

before Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide

plus

propanil

applied

zerminatinz

rice seed.

Combine

Annual

sedges'"

3 or 4.5

higher

rate

when

sowing

into

pasture

sown

rice for

annual

sedge control or

when

sown

rice

barnyard

grass,

paraquat

more

than

days

expected

between

treatment

permanent

water.

Apply

this

tank

pasture

sllvertop

grass,

200 g

af/ha

3 leaf stage of

barnyard

grass, silvertop

sedges, before rice emergence.

Apply

sown

rice

starfruit

ground

70-100

L/ha

water

total

spray

volume.

WATER MANAGEMENT:

Flush

immediately

after

sowing

enable

good

even

germination

rice.

soil

surface

must

be sealed

a flushing

irrigation

or rainfall before the

application

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

plus

paraquat.

Apply

a second

flush

permanent

flood after 1

later

than

days

after the application or

lpimethalin

Herbicide

plus

paraquat.

assist

control of

barnyard

grass,

permanent

water

should

applied

soon

as the rice

tolerate

levels

maintained

optimum

growth

of rice.

RICE

AGE:

After the first flushing irrigation,

Iptmethalin

330 Herbicide

plus

paraquat

must

applied

before rice emergence.

apply

to rice

weakened

condition

from

causes

such

as soil

salts,

moisture

stress, over-waterina, or

other

cause.

Suppression only.

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

LAbel

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

10 of 20

Booklet

Registered Trademark.

PRE-TRANSPLANT

TREATMENT

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

I/h.

Transplanted

Weed

Table

NSW, Qld,

Apply

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

to a

firm

seedbed

free

ridges,

clods

trash

between

broccoli,

SA, Vic

days

before transplanting.

higher

rates

heavier

textured

soils

those

with

higher

cabbage

WAonly.

organic

matter

content.

Incorporate

with

12~25

spray

irrigation

rainfall

applied

within

cauliflower

application

optimum

performance.

Mechanical

disturbance

seed

transplanting

should

minimised

to achieve

optimum

performance.

apply

after transplanting as

damage

will

occur.

apply

where

water

logging

likely

occur

after

transplanting

crop

stunting

will

result.

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

soils

with

an organic

matter

content above 6% as

inconsistent

weed

control

will

occur.

WeedTableD

2to2.5+

plus

annual

9L/ha

Ramrod

tank

mixed

with

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

prior

transplanting

applied

nettles,

dwarf

Ramrod0SC

separately

after

transplanting.

amaranth,

green

amaranth,

Indian

hedge

mustard,

potato

weed,

sowthistle,

turnip

weed,

wild

radish,

wild

turnip,

winter

[grass

Transplanted

Weed

Table D

lettuce

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1(02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

11 of 20

Booklet

")

PERENNIAL

CROPS

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

Tlh.

Avocadoes,

Annual

ryegrass,

states

9 to 12

DO NOT

apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

grapevines after

swell.

bananas,

asthma

plant,

barnyard

PRECAUfION:

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide or

Ipimethalin330

Herbicide plus simazine is likely

citrus,

grass, chickweed,

to affect the emergence

growth

green

manure

crop

such

oats

beans

between

rows

deciduous

crowsfoot

grass,

of trees or vines,

they

sown

into

treated

band

within

months

of application.

fruits,

deadnettle,

dwarf

higher

rate on

medium

heavy textured soils

lower

rate

light textured soils.

grapevines

amaranth, green

Use a directed spray avoiding spray contact

with

green bark,

fruit

foliage.

applied to

Iychees,

amaranth, fat hen,

freshly transplanted trees

vines, soils

should

compacted

prior

to application of

macadamia

pigeon

grass,

pigweed,

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide to

avoid

contact

with

roots.

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

must

nut,

prickly

lettuce,

incorporated

by a

minimum

of 5

of rainfall or

spray

irrigation

soon

as possible

mangoes,

sovvUristle,suunIner

later

than

days

after application or

weed

control

reduced.

best

results, soil

nuts

grass,

winter

grass

surface

should

free of weeds, surface litter

clods

time

of application.

small

wireweed

weeds

present

the time of application, Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

should

tank

mixed

with

knockdown

herbicide

recommended

rate.

above

plus

prairie

grass

spotted

medic

Citrus,

above

plus

stinking

CAUTION:

Use of simazine mixtures

could

lead to

crop

damage

vines

younger

than

years

deciduous

Roger, cobbler's

pegs

simazine

of age.

Refer to the simazine label.

fruits,

curious

weed

ai/ba

apply

simazine mixtures to alkaline soils.

grapevines

nuts

above

plus

caltrop

simazine

al/ha

Established

summer

NsWand

During

spring

months

prior

irrigation, the lucerne

stand

should

grazed

down

hard

lucerne

seed

crass

only

produce

trash

soil surface.

Apply

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

incorporate

treatment

crops

only

As

above

plus

pigeon

12-25

spray

irrigation or rainfall

within

of application.

erass

Pyrethrum-

Seedling

docks.

Useful

Tas only

Apply

immediately following

transplanting

before emergence of weeds.

newly

suppression

of the

Repeat

applications in

anyone

year

should

only

made

according to advice from

crop

transplanted

following

weeds

is also

advisers.

lower

rates

light sotls.

This

product

should

used

in combination

with

other

"

splits"

obtained:

rezistered

herbicides as

recommended

bv croo advisers.

Draft

Label

1/02/2000

Replaces

Registered

Label

6/12/1999

Page

12 of 20

Booklet

PERENNIAL

CROPS

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

Ijha

Established

capeweed,

Erodium

spp.

Apply

autumn

spring

prior

weed

germination.

Note:

Existing

weeds

must

pyretluum

spear thistle

controlled

with

knockdown

herbicide, as Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide will

control

these

(one year

weeds.

Repeat applications

anyone

year

should

only

made

according to advice from crop

or greater)

advisers.

This

product

should

used

combination

with

other

registered

herbicides as

recommended

croo

advisers.

Teatree

Weed

Table B

plus

NSW,NT,

4.5 to 9

Do NOT

tankmix

with

simazine

crop

damage

result.

annual

ryegrass,

Qld,

best

results the soil surface

should

free of weeds, surface liter

leads

time

barnyard

grass,

SAoniy

application.

chickweed, crowsfoot

PRE-TRANSPLANTING:

Apply

7 to 2

days

prior to

transplanting

seedlings.

higher

grass,

deadnettle,

rates

heavier textured soils or soils

with

higher

organic matter.

Mechanical

disturbance

hen,

dwarf

amaranth,

should

minimised

during

planting

to optimise performance.

Avoid

contact of

treated

soil

green

amaranth,

pigeon

with

seedling roots.

grass,

pigweed,

prickly

POST-PLANTING:

Apply

immediately

following

planting

pre-emergence of

weeds.

lettuce, sowthistle,

applied

to freshly

transplanted

trees, soils

should

compacted

prior

to application of

summer

grass,

winter

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

avoid

contact

with

roots.

Weed control

reduced

rainfall

grass,

wireweed

or irrigation

does

occur

within

days

of application.

Flood

trrtzation

reduce

control.

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

13 of 20

Booklet

ESTABLISHED TURF

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL

COMMENTS

CONTROLLED

l,Iha

TURF WARM

Crowsfoot (crab

All states,

product

should

incorporated

10-15

spray

irrigation or rainfall as

soon

SEASON SPECIES.

grass), summer grass

45 mL/IOOm

possible

within

application.

Bahia grass, buffalo

winter

grass

Apply

once every

weeks from early September

of February.

grass, couch,

kikuyu,

salt

water

couch

Zoysia

grass turf.

Hybrid

couch

Tifdwarf,

mL/IOOm

Queensland

blue

couch

TURF COOL

product

should

incorporated

10-15

spray

irrigation or rainfall as

soon

SEASON SPECIES.

mL/100m

as possible

within

of application.

Kentuckv

blue

arass

DO NOT

make

more

than

one application of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

year.

(Refers

Bent grass

to ryegrass

bent

grass only).

perennial

rveerass.

30mL/IOO m

IRRIGATION

CHANNELS

Cotton

irrigation

Barnyard grass

NSWand

4.5 to 9

Use the lower

rate

when

short

term

control is required.

banks,

channels

stlvertop grass

Qld only

Apply

late

winter

or early

spring

after regrading or clearing channels.

The soil

should

drains.

(brown beetle grass)

loose

free of large clods.

25-50

of rainfall has

fallen

within

14 days of application, the channel

should

fiIled

with

water

allowed

stand

for 1 day.

water

in the channel should

then

drained

used

pre-irrigate cotton fields.

DO NOT use

water

channel to

Irrigate or pre-irrigate susceptible crops.

diuron

Use this mixture

where

long

term

control is

required

or a

broader

weed

spectrum

8.1 kg

af/ha

present.

diuron

label for details.

Water

the channel

should

used to

irrigate or pre-irrigate susceptible crops.

USED

PURPOSE,

MANNER,

CONTRARY

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION

WITHHOLDING

PEROD:

REQUIRED

WHEN

USED

DIRECTED

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

1/02/2000

6/12/1999

Page

14 of 20

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WEED TABLE

IN COTTON, COW PEAS,

MUNG

BEANS, NAVY BEANS, PEANUTS, PIGEON

PEAS, SOYBEANS AND SUNFLOWERS -

with

pre-plant incorporated

treatment

(double incorporation)

The following weeds are controlled:

Panicum decompositum

Setaria

glauca

Paspalidium

Barnyard grass

Button grass

Crested goosefoot

Crowsfoot grass

Common

heliotrope

Dwarf

amaranth

Early spring grass

Green amaranth

Liverseed grass

Mexican clover

(white eye)

Mossman River grass

Eclzinoclzloa

spp.

DachJloctenium

radulans

Gzenopodium

cristatum

Eleusine indica

Heliotropium

europeaum

Amaranthus

macro

carpus

Erioclzloa

Chenopodium album

Amaranthus viridis

Urochloa

panicoides

Richardia

brasiliensis

Cenchrus

echinatus

Native millet

Pale pigeon grass

Paspalidium

(Brigalow grass)

Pepper grass

Panicum whitei

Pigweed

Partulaca

oleracea

Queensland blue grass

Dic1umthium

sericeum

Red Flinders grass

lseilema

vaginiflorum

Scarlet pimpernel

Anagallis

aroensis

Small

burr

grass

Tragus

australianus

Stink grass

Eragrostic cilianensis

Weeping love grass

Eragrostic paroijiora

Wireweed

Polygonum aviculare

Useful suppression of the following weeds is also obtained.

Blackberry nightshade

Solanum

nigrum

Caltrop

Tribulus

terrestris

Common verbena

Verbena

officinalis

Mintweed

Peppercress

Stagger

weed

Salvia

reflexa

Lepidium

spp.

Stacltys

arensis

COTTON, MAIZE,

SUNFLOWERS

TEATREE -

with

post-plant

pre-

emergence

surface

treatment (Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide alone).

The following weeds are controlled:

Barnyard grass

Button grass

Common heliotrope

Crested goosefoot

Crowsfoot grass

Dwarf amaranth

Early spring grass

Green amaranth

Liverseed grass

Mexican

dover

(white

eye)

Mossman River grass

Native millet

Ec1tinoc1tloa

spp.

Dacrfloctenium

radulans

Heliotropium

europeaum

Chenopodium

cristatum

Eleusine

indica

Amarantltus

macrocnrpus

Eriocltloa

Amarantltus

viridis

Urocltloa

panicoides

Ridtardia

brasiliensis

Cenchrus

echinatus

Panicum

decompositum

Pale pigeon grass

Paspalidium

(Brigalow grass)

Pepper grass

Queensland blue grass

Pigweed

Red Flinders grass

Scarlet pimpernel

Smallburr grass

Stink grass

Weeping love grass

Wireweed

Draft

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Setaria

glaucn

Paspalidium

Panicum

tohitei

Dic1umthium

sericeum

Partulaca

oleracea

lseilema

vaginiflorum

Anagallis

arteneis

Tragusausrralianus

Eragrostic

cilianensis

Eragrostic

pan1iflora

Polygonum

aviculare

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Useful suppression of the following

weeds

is also obtained.

Caltrop

Conunon

sowthistIe

Conunon

verbena

Tribulus

terrestris

Soncllus

oleraceus

Verbena

offtcinalis

Mintweed

Peppercress

Stagger

weed

Salvia

reflexa

Iepidium

spp.

Stachys

arensis

MAIZE

with

post-plant

pre-emergence

surface

treatment

Ipimethalin

Herbicide

plus

tank

with

atrazine.

The following

weeds

controlled

addition

to those controlled by Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide alone:

Bathust

burr

Caltrop

Mintweed

Ktmthium

spinosum

Tribulus

terresiris

Salvia

reflexa

Noogoora

burr

Paddy

melon

Thornapple

Xanthium

pungens

Cucumis

Datura

The following

weeds

controlled

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide

mixture

with

atrazine.

Bindweed

grass

Wandering jew

Convolvulus

Cypems rotundus

Commelina

BROCCOLI, TRANSPLANTED CABBAGE, CARROTS, CAULIFLOWER,

FRENCH BEANS,

LETIUCE

PROCESSING PEAS -

with

pre-emergence

surface

treatment

after

planting

before

transplanting

directed

incorporated

spray

irrigation.

The following

weeds

are controlled:

Awnless

barnyard

grass

Echinochla

colona

Bittercress

Coronopus

didymus

Bladder ketmia

Hibiscus

trionum

Chickweed

Stellareia

media

Deadnettle

Lamium

amp1exicau1e

Chenopodium

allmm

Green

Pigweed

Prickly lettuce

Shepherd's purse

Wireweed

Chenopodium

murale

Portulaca

oleracea

Laduca

serriola

Capsella

bursa-pastoris

Polygonum

aiculare

Useful

suppression

only

following

weeds

lower

rates.

Higher

rates

tank

mixtures are

required

for complete control (see Directions

Use Table).

Annual

nettles

Blackberry nightshade

Conunon

sowthistle

Fumitory

Urtica

spp.

Solanum

nigrum

Sonchus

oleraceus

Fumaria

spp.

Indian

hedge

mustard

Sisymbrium

orientale

Turnip

weed

Rapistrum

rugosum

Wild radish

Raplumus

raplumistrum

Winter

grass

Poa

annua

Draft

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Label

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide is a selective herbicide for the control of most annual grasses

certain broadleaf weeds.

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide controls weeds by inhibiting

seedling development; it will

control established weeds.

For best results, seedbeds

should he free of weeds, trash

clods at the time of application.

Soils containing a high

percentage of organic matter can result in

poor

control.

is recommended

that

application to soils containing a high percentage of organic matter (greater

than

6%) be

avoided.

Crop injury may result

cold,

weather follows planting or if Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide is applied to a poorly

prepared

seedbed.

With the

return

of favourable growing

conditions (warm weather), the crop will usually recover

resume normal growth.

lpimethalin 330 Herbicide will stain (yellow)

objects

contacts.

Keep all objects, etc.

that

to be stained well clear of the

product

spray.

Mixing

half

the required volume of

water

in spray tank

start agitation.

When using

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide alone,

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide to partially filled

tank

then

the remainder of the water.

Mix thoroughly.

When using Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide in tank mixes with products such as atrazine or

diuron, mix these products as indicated on the relevant label

and add

the Ipimethalin 300

Herbicide last,

then

complete filling of the tank.

Maintain good agitation at all times until

spraying is completed.

spray

mixture is allowed to settle, thorough agitation is

essential to re-suspend the mixture before spraying is resumed.

Note

that

when

tank

mixing lpimethalin 330 Herbicide with

paraquat

glyphosate herbicides, the

lpimethalin 330 Herbicide should be thoroughiy 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.

applying Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide in tank

combination

with

atrazine

or diuron, nozzle screens

must

be no finer

that

50 mesh.

Apply the recommended

quantity of lpimethalin 330 Herbicide in 50-200 Litres of

water

hectare.

Where 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

post-plant, post flushed combine

sown

rice only.

Apply the recommended quantity of Ipirnethalin 330 Herbicide

25-60 Litres of

water

hectare.

is essential

that

the equipment is correctly calibrated

even

spray

pattern

is obtained.

is essential

that

markers be used

accurate

swath

width

maintained.

DO NOT apply

wind

speed is greater

than

km/hour.

Always

spray

with a cross

wind

accordance with recommended flying practice.

Draft

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Label

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Incorporation:

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide works best if thoroughly mixed with soil either

mechanically or by irrigation or rainfall.

of incorporation is to produce

even

band

of herbicide to intercept germinating weed seeds.

Post-plant pre-emergence surface applications of Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide alone, or

as 'a tank mixture, are most effective in controlling weeds

when

adequate rainfall

occurs or irrigation

applied within 7-10 days after treatment to achieve

incorporation.

no rain or irrigation is received within 7-10 days,

light mechanical

incorporation is required for

optimum

weed

control, except

when

used

maize,

carrots

rice.

Maize is tolerant to Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide either alone or in mixtures

with

atrazine

the seed germinates below the chemically treated band.

Maize, carrots

rice are

NOT tolerant to Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

it is in direct contact

with

the seed.

Cereal

Seed

Dressings:

Some fungicidal seed dressings can shorten coleoptile length

this can affect emergence

particularly if seed is

sown

too deep.

When

these cereal seed dressings are

used

IpimethaIin 330 Herbicide treated areas,

is very important to ensure there is good seed

depth

control

just below (1 em) the chemically treated band.

Consult

your

local Department of Agriculture Agronomist for further advice.

Weather

Conditions

Planting:

Crop injury

result

cold weather follows planting.

With the

return

of favourable

growing conditions (warm weather), crops usually recover

resume normal growth.

cereals,

prolonged cold,

conditions

during

germination

emergence can result in

wheat or barley coleoptiles remaining in the treated

band

for an extended period.

This

reduce emergence.

RESIST

WEED

WARNING

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GROUP.

HERBICID~

Ipimethalin 330 Herbicide

a member of the dinitroaniline

group

of herbicides.

product has the inhibition of tubulin formation

mode

of action.

weed

resistance

management, the product is a

Group

D herbicide.

Some naturaIly-occurring weed biotypes resistant to the

product

other Group D

herbicides may exist

through

normal genetic variability

weed

population.

resistant individuals can eventually dominate the

weed

population

these herbicides are

used repeatedly" These resistant weeds will

be controlled by this product or other

Group

D herbicides.

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

I.PLCi (Aust.) Pty.

Ltd. accepts no liability for any losses

that

may result from the failure of Ipimethalin 330

Herbicide to control resistant weeds.

Draft

LAbel

Repmces

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Label

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COMPATIBILITY

Ipimetha!in 330 Herbicide is compatible with the following:

Atrazine, diuron, stmazine, prometryne, fluometuron plus prometryne, ametryne,

paraquat, propanil, !inuron, glyphosate

Ramrod® SC.

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 15 em to

ensure

residues are evenly dispersed

throughout

the soil.

maize crop fails

to weather conditions or some other reason, maize can be replanted

the same year

without

adverse effects

seeding

depth

must

be below the retilled area.

following

crops

sown

after a

minimum

interval of 2

months

after

application of

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide:

Carrots, parsnips, parsley, celery,

potatoes, peas,

French beans, transplanted Brassicas,

transplanted lettuce, transplanted tomatoes

transplanted capsicums.

following

crops

sown

after a

minimum

interval of 5

months

after

application of

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide:

Turnips, lettuce, radish, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli,

onions, leeks,

sweet corn,

pumpkins, squash, melons

cucumbers.

following

crops

sown

after a

minimum

interval

of 12

months

after

application

Ipimethalin

330 Herbicide:

Redbeet (beetroot), spinach, silverbeet, poppy.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE

OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT

apply

under

weather conditions or from spraying

equipment

that

may cause

spray to drift onto nearby susceptible

plants/

crops, cropping lands or pastures.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE,

FISH, CRUSTACEANS

ENVIRONMENT

'\...-

Dangerous to fish

other aquatic life.

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or

used

containers.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL

Store in the

dosed,

original container

a dry, cool, well-ventilated area

of direct

sunlight.

Do not store below

Soc.

Extended storage below

can result in the formation of crystals

the bottom of the container.

crystalisation does occur, store the container on its side at room

temperature and rock occasionally until crystals re-dissolve.

Triple or preferably pressure rinse containers before disposal.

rinsings to

spray

tank.

dispose of undiluted chemicals

site.

recycling, replace cap

return

clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.

Draft

Label

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Label

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recycling,

break, crush, or puncture

bury empty containers

a local

authority landfill.

no landfill is available, bury the containers below 500

in a

disposal

specifically marked

for this purpose clear of waterways,

desirable vegetation

tree roots.

Empty containers

product

should

be burnt.

® Registered

Trademark

For

refillable

containers

Empty contents fully into application equipment.

Close all valves

return

to point of

supply for refill or storage.

SMALL SPILL MANAGEMENT

Wear protective equipment (SeeSAFETY DIRECTIONS).

Apply absorbent material such

as earth, sand, clay granules or cat litter to the spill.

When

absorption is complete, sweep

up material

contain in a refuse vessel for disposal.

(See STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

section).

necessary, wash the spill area with an alkali detergent and

water

absorb as

above the

wash

liquid for disposal.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Harmful

swallowed.Will irritate the eyes, nose,

throat

skin.

Avoid contact with

eyes

skin.

inhale vapour.

When preparing

spray

using the

prepared

spray,

wear

a face shield or goggles,

cotton overalls

buttoned

to the neck

wrist (or equivalent clothing)

elbow

length nitrile gloves.

product

skin,

immediately wash area

with

soap

water.

product in eyes,

wash

immediately

with

water.

Wash

hands

after use.

After each day's use,

wash face shield or goggles, gloves

contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Ph.: 13 1126).

swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting.

Give a glass of water.

MATERIAL SAFETY

DATA

SHEET

Additional information is listed on the Material Safety Data Sheet for lpimethalin 330

Herbicide which

available from LPi.Ci. on request. Call Customer Service Toll Free on

1-800 700 096.

Draft

Label

Replaces

Registered

Label

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