ISACOP 500WP FUNGICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
COPPER PRESENT AS COPPER OXYCHLORIDE
Available from:
ISAGRO AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED
INN (International Name):
Cu as oxychloride(500g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
WETTABLE POWDER
Composition:
COPPER PRESENT AS COPPER OXYCHLORIDE MINERAL-COPPER Active 500.0 g/kg
Units in package:
25kg
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ISAGRO AUSTRALIA
Therapeutic group:
ALMOND | APPLE | APRICOT | AVOCADO | BANANA | BEAN | BRASSICA SPP. OR COLE CROP | CAPSICUM OR PEPPER | CARNATION | CARROT | CELE
Therapeutic area:
FUNGICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ALGAE | ALGAL SPOT | ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT | ANGULAR LEAF SPOT-P. SYRINGAE PV. TABACI | ANTHRACNOSE | ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP. | ANTHRACNOSE - MARSSONINA PANATTONIANA | ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT | ANTHRACNOSE ON GUAVA | ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT | BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT | BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT | BACTERIAL CANKER - C. MICHIGANENSE | BACTERIAL CANKER ON STONE FRUIT | BACTERIAL CANKER ON TOMATO | BACTERIAL GUMMOSIS | BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT | BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS | BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT ON LETTUCE | BACTERIAL SPECK | BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA | BACTERIAL SPOT BLIGHT | BACTERIAL SPOT ON TOMATO | BLACK SPOT | BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM | BLACK SPOT ON CITRUS | BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR | BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA | BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT | CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA | CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN | CITRUS MELANOSE | CITRUS SCAB | COMMON BLIGHT | CROWN TOP ROT | DOWNY MILDEW | DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC) | DOWNY MILDEW ON COLE CROP/BRASSICA | DOWNY MILDEW ON G
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: All crops - Do not harvest for 1 day after application.; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; APPLE: [BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; APRICOT: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON STONE FRUIT, BACTERIAL GUMMOSIS, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; AVOCADO: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP.]; BANANA: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA]; BEAN: [BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT, CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, COMMON BLIGHT, HALO BLIGHT, RUST - UROMYCES SPP.]; BRASSICA SPP. OR COLE CROP: [BLACK SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW ON COLE CROP/BRASSICA, PEPPERY LEAF SPOT, RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [BACTERIAL CANKER - C. MICHIGANENSE, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA]; CARNATION: [BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; CARROT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; CELERY: [EARLY BLIGHT ON CELERY, LATE BLIGHT OR LEAF SPOT]; CHERRY: [BACTERIAL GUMMOSIS, SHOTHOLE]; CITRUS: [BLACK SPOT ON CITRUS, CITRUS MELANOSE, CITRUS SCAB, SOOTY BLOTCH ON APPLE, PEAR OR CITRUS]; CUCUMBER: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; CUCURBIT: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; DURIAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - UROMYCES SPP.]; FIG: [LEAF SPOT RUST]; GUAVA: [ALGAL SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE ON GUAVA]; LETTUCE: [ANTHRACNOSE - MARSSONINA PANATTONIANA, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT ON LETTUCE, DOWNY MILDEW ON LETTUCE]; LYCHEE: [PARASITIC ALGAE ON LYCHEE]; MACADAMIA: [ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT, HUSK SPOT - CERCOSEPTORIA SPP., PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; MANGO: [BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT]; MANGOSTEEN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; NECTARINE: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC)]; ORNAMENTAL - FLOWER OR SHRUB: [DOWNY MILDEW, FUNGUS]; PARSNIP: [LEAF SPOT]; PASSIONFRUIT: [BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT, PHYTOPHTHORA BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT]; PEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT, BACTERIAL SPOT BLIGHT]; PEACH: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; PEAR: [BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; PLUM: [SHOTHOLE]; POTATO: [EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE BLIGHT OR IRISH BLIGHT]; RAMBUTAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; RED BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW, RUST - UROMYCES BETAE]; RHUBARB: [CROWN TOP ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON RHUBARB]; ROCKMELON OR CANTALOUP: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; ROSE: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM]; SILVER BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW]; SPINACH: [DOWNY MILDEW]; STONE FRUIT: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON STONE FRUIT, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, RUST, SHOTHOLE]; STRAWBERRY: [LEAF SCORCH, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; TOMATO: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON TOMATO, BACTERIAL SPECK, BACTERIAL SPOT ON TOMATO, EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA SPP.]; VINE: [DOWNY MILDEW ON GRAPE]; WALNUT: [WALNUT BLIGHT]; WATERMELON: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: All crops - Do not harvest for 1 day after application.; Host/pest details: ALMOND: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; APPLE: [BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; APRICOT: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON STONE FRUIT, BACTERIAL GUMMOSIS, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; AVOCADO: [ANTHRACNOSE - COLLETOTRICHUM SPP.]; BANANA: [CERCOSPORA LEAF SPOT - BANANA]; BEAN: [BACTERIAL BROWN SPOT, CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, COMMON BLIGHT, HALO BLIGHT, RUST - UROMYCES SPP.]; BRASSICA SPP. OR COLE CROP: [BLACK SPOT, DOWNY MILDEW ON COLE CROP/BRASSICA, PEPPERY LEAF SPOT, RING SPOT ON BRASSICA/COLE CROP]; CAPSICUM OR PEPPER: [BACTERIAL CANKER - C. MICHIGANENSE, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA]; CARNATION: [BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT, SEPTORIA SPOT]; CARROT: [LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; CELERY: [EARLY BLIGHT ON CELERY, LATE BLIGHT OR LEAF SPOT]; CHERRY: [BACTERIAL GUMMOSIS, SHOTHOLE]; CITRUS: [BLACK SPOT ON CITRUS, CITRUS MELANOSE, CITRUS SCAB, SOOTY BLOTCH ON APPLE, PEAR OR CITRUS]; CUCUMBER: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; CUCURBIT: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; DURIAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, PHYTOPHTHORA ROOT ROT, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; FABA BEAN: [CHOCOLATE SPOT ON BEAN, RUST - UROMYCES SPP.]; FIG: [LEAF SPOT RUST]; GUAVA: [ALGAL SPOT, ANTHRACNOSE ON GUAVA]; LETTUCE: [ANTHRACNOSE - MARSSONINA PANATTONIANA, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT ON LETTUCE, DOWNY MILDEW ON LETTUCE]; LYCHEE: [PARASITIC ALGAE ON LYCHEE]; MACADAMIA: [ANTHRACNOSE HUSK ROT, HUSK SPOT - CERCOSEPTORIA SPP., PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; MANGO: [BACTERIAL BLACK SPOT]; MANGOSTEEN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; NECTARINE: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; ONION: [DOWNY MILDEW ON ALLIUM (ONION, GARLIC)]; ORNAMENTAL - FLOWER OR SHRUB: [DOWNY MILDEW, FUNGUS]; PARSNIP: [LEAF SPOT]; PASSIONFRUIT: [BROWN SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT, PHYTOPHTHORA BLIGHT, SEPTORIA SPOT ON PASSIONFRUIT]; PEA: [ASCOCHYTA BLIGHT, BACTERIAL SPOT BLIGHT]; PEACH: [LEAF CURL, SHOTHOLE]; PEAR: [BLACK SPOT/SCAB IN APPLE/PEAR]; PLUM: [SHOTHOLE]; POTATO: [EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE BLIGHT OR IRISH BLIGHT]; RAMBUTAN: [ANTHRACNOSE, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA, PINK DISEASE OR LIMB BLIGHT]; RED BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW, RUST - UROMYCES BETAE]; RHUBARB: [CROWN TOP ROT, DOWNY MILDEW ON RHUBARB]; ROCKMELON OR CANTALOUP: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; ROSE: [BLACK SPOT - COLLETOTRICHUM ACUTATUM]; SILVER BEET: [DOWNY MILDEW]; SPINACH: [DOWNY MILDEW]; STONE FRUIT: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON STONE FRUIT, BACTERIAL SPOT - XANTHOMONAS VESICATORIA, BLOSSOM BLIGHT - MONILINIA LAXA, FRECKLE OR SCAB ON STONE FRUIT, LEAF CURL, RUST, SHOTHOLE]; STRAWBERRY: [LEAF SCORCH, LEAF SPOT - ALTERNARIA CERCOSPORA]; TOBACCO SEEDBED: [ALGAE, ANGULAR LEAF SPOT-P. SYRINGAE PV. TABACI, WILDFIRE]; TOMATO: [BACTERIAL CANKER ON TOMATO, BACTERIAL SPECK, BACTERIAL SPOT ON TOMATO, EARLY BLIGHT OR TARGET BLACKSPOT, LATE OR IRISH BLIGHT ON TOMATO OR POTATO, SEPTORIA LEAF SPOT - SEPTORIA SPP.]; VINE: [DOWNY MILDEW ON GRAPE]; WALNUT: [WALNUT BLIGHT]; WATERMELON: [ANGULAR LEAF SPOT ON CUCURBIT, BACTERIAL LEAF SPOT - X. CAMPESTRIS]; For the control of certain diseases of fruit trees, vines and vegetables.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
53597
Authorization date:
2017-07-01

ISAGRO AUSTRALIA PTY LIMITED

RELYON ISACOP 500WP FUNGICIDE

53597/109148

Company Name:

Product Name:

APVMA Approval No:

Label Name:

RELYON ISACOP 500WP FUNGICIDE

Signal Headings:

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

500 g/kg COPPER (Cu) PRESENT AS COPPER OXYCHLORIDE

Mode of Action:

GROUP

M1

FUNGICIDE

Statement of

Claims:

FOR THE CONTROL OF CERTAIN DISEASES OF FRUIT TREES, VINES AND

VEGETABLES AS INDICATED IN THE DIRECTIONS FOR USE IN ATTACHED LEAFLET.

Net Contents:

25kg

Restraints:

Directions for Use:

Refer to Page 3

Other Limitations:

Withholidng

Periods:

ALL CROPS - DO NOT HARVEST FOR 1 DAY AFTER APPLICATION

Trade Advice:

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RLP

APPROVED

General

Instructions:

Refer to Page 7

Resistance

Warning:

RELYON ISACOP 500WP FUNGICIDE is a member of the multi-site activity group of

fungicides. For fungicide resistance management the product is a Group M1 fungicide.

Some naturally occurring individual fungi resistant to the product and other Group M1

and/or Group M1 fungicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any fungal

population. The resistant individuals can eventually dominate the fungi population if these

fungicides are used repeatedly. These resistant fungi will not be controlled by this product

and other Group M1 fungicides, thus resulting in a reduction in efficacy and possible yield

loss.

Since the occurrence of resistant fungi is difficult to detect prior to use, Isagro Australia

Pty Ltd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of this product to

control resistant fungi.

Precautions:

Protections:

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT:

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or watercourses with the chemical or used

containers.

Storage and

Disposal:

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

sunlight. Shake and empty contents into spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals

on site. Break, crush, or puncture and deliver empty packaging to an approved waste

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

empty packaging 500 mm 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.

Safety Directions:

Harmful if swallowed. May irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin.

When opening the container and preparing spray wear elbow-length pvc gloves, disposable

dust, mist or fume face mask covering mouth and nose. Wash hands after use. After each

day's use wash gloves.

First Aid

Instructions:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 13 11 26.

First Aid Warnings:

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DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Tree and vine crops

Note for Rate column: In the following table, all rates are given for dilute spraying.

For concentrate spraying, refer to the Mixing/Application section.

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

For all uses in this table: Apply by dilute or

concentrate spraying equipment. Apply the

same total amount of product to the target

crop whether applying this product by dilute

or concentrate spraying methods.

Apricots

Freckle, Shot hole

All states

250 g/100 L

Apply at budswell but before the earliest sign

of leaf bud development. Apply a minimum of

1 post-harvest spray.

Cherries,

Peaches,

Nectarines,

Plums

Shot hole

Apply when buds are swelling, but before and

within one week of bud opening.

Almonds

Qld, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA

only

Apricots,

Cherries

Bacterial

gummosis

Qld, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA

only

250 g/100 L

Autumn: Apply at 25-50% leaf fall and again

at 90-100% leaf fall.

Winter: Apply in mid-winter.

Spring: Apply at first sign of bud movement

and repeat application 7-10 days later.

NSW, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA

only

150 g/100 L

Apply 1 week after petal fall and repeat

application 7-10 days later. These sprays

control the leaf population of bacteria in mid

to late spring.

Nectarines,

Peaches

Leaf curl

All states

250 g/100 L

Apply when buds are swelling, but before and

within one week of bud opening.

Note:

Timing of bud opening varies with

varietal difference and seasonal

conditions.

Monitoring bud movement is

therefore essential to identify

precise/correct timing of

application.

Blocks containing more than 1

variety should be treated more than

once to correspond with correct

timings for each variety.

For leaf curl, spray times are:

Autumn: apply at leaf fall.

Spring: first sign of bud swell and repeat 7

days later.

Correct timing is critical for effective control.

Almonds

Qld, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA

only

Stone fruit

Blossom blight,

Freckle, Rust

NSW, Vic,

Tas, SA, WA

only

400 g/100 L

Apply from late budswell to early blossom

Leaf curl, Shot

hole

Apply at early budswell. Additional sprays in

autumn when leaves begin to fall will improve

control.

Bacterial spot,

Bacterial canker,

Leaf curl, Shot

hole

Qld only

750 g/100 L

500 g/100 L (Apricots)

Apply at early bud movement. 7-10 days

later (pink stage in apricots) and on plums

only, at blossoming.

Apples,

Pears

Black spot (scab)

All states

250 g/100 L and

winter oil

Apply at green tip and spur burst (where

necessary). Repeat 10-14 days later if

conditions favour infection ie extended wet

weather. Consult Department of Primary

Industries spray charts for specific

recommendations on timing, rates and

precautions that may be necessary. Do not

use on copper shy varieties.

Avocado

Anthracnose

NSW, Qld,

SA, Vic, NT

only

250 g/100 L

Apply from flowering to harvest at 28-day

intervals. In prolonged wet weather, reduce

the interval to 14 days. When using low

water volume sprayers do not use less than

300 L/ha.

Citrus

Black spot,

Melanose

NSW, SA,

Vic, WA only

175 g/100 L plus

summer oil

Apply at 50-75% petal fall. Use higher rate in

coastal districts. Repeat 6 and 12 weeks

later where necessary.

Black spot

Qld, NT only

200-300 g/100 L plus

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Melanose

600 mL summer oil

Caution: Do not use on copper shy varieties.

Smoky blotch

Scab (lemons)

Durians

Pink disease,

Anthracnose

All states

400 g/100 L

Apply as a foliar spray at 4 weekly intervals

between harvests.

Phytophthora root

Apply 30-50 L spray/tree before onset of

Autumn rains.

Figs

Leaf spot, rust

NSW, SA,

WA, Vic,

Tas only

400 g/100 L

Apply when leaves are completely unfolded.

Repeat one month later.

Apply by dilute spraying equipment.

Qld only

500 g/100 L

Guavas

Anthracnose, Algal

leaf spot

NSW, NT

only

250 g/100 L

Good coverage of crop and foliage is

essential. Apply to trees after hedging has

occurred in October.

Lychee

Parasitic algae

Qld, NSW

only

400 g/100 L plus 20

mL of a 100% wetting

agent

Apply to affected trunk and limbs until runoff

occurs. Apply monthly during the wet

season.

Macadamias

Husk spot

Qld, NSW,

NT only

250 g/100 L

Good spray penetration of foliage is essential.

Apply form nut set (late September) to

December. Apply at least 3 sprays at 3-4

week intervals.

Anthracnose,

Husk rot

Good coverage inside the tree is essential.

Spray from early summer (December) to May

at monthly intervals.

Pink limb blight

Good coverage of infected limbs is essential.

Spray from early summer (December) to May

at monthly intervals.

Mangoes

Bacterial black

spot

Qld, NSW,

WA only

250 g/100 L

Ensure good coverage. Apply every 4 weeks

from early flowering to fruit set. DO NOT

apply from a misting machine as coverage

may not be adequate.

Mangosteens

Pink disease,

Anthracnose, Leaf

spots

All states

400 g/100 L

Apply as a foliar spray at 4 weekly intervals.

Passionfruit

Brown spot,

Septoria spot

Qld only

200 g/100 L

Apply every 2 weeks (4 in NSW) from

October to May and 3-4 weeks (2 months in

NSW) during winter.

NSW, NT,

SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

300-400 g/100 L

Phytophthora

blight

Qld, NSW

only

100 g/L

Mix to smooth consistency. Apply to infected

area after removing dead tissue. Repeat

frequently until healing commences.

Rambutans

Pink disease,

Anthracnose, Leaf

spots

All states

400 g/100 L

Apply as a foliar spray at 4 weekly intervals.

Vines

Downy mildew

NSW, Qld,

SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

250 g/100 L

First apply when shoots are 10 cm long.

Repeat at 10-14 day intervals.

Use shorter interval when conditions favour

infection.

Walnuts

Walnut blight

All states

300 g/100 L plus 175

mL summer oil

Apply at least 3 sprays at 7-10 day intervals.

Commence application when the catkins are

partially opened. Further applications would

be necessary if conditions favour infection.

Non-tree and vine crops

CROP

DISEASE

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Bananas

Cercospora leaf

spot

NSW, Qld,

WA only

250 g/100 L plus 600

mL summer oil or 3

kg/ha

Apply at 3-4 week intervals commencing

December to May when weather conditions

favour disease outbreak. Use sufficient water

to ensure thorough coverage.

Beans

Common blight

SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first signs of infection or as

preventative spray. Repeat at 10-14 day

intervals as necessary.

Bacterial brown

spot

All states

Apply the first spray within 3 weeks of

emergence and repeat every 10-14 days.

Halo blight

SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

Apply at first sign of disease or as a

preventative spray. Repeat at 10-14 days.

NSW, Qld,

NT only

250-300 g/100 L or

2.5-3 kg/ha

Apply at 10-14 day intervals from the time the

crop is 15 cm to 30 cm high. Use the higher

does when conditions favour infection.

Rust, Chocolate

spot

SA, Vic, WA

only

250 g/100 L or 3 kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals if necessary.

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Beans, Faba

beans

Rust

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals while conditions favour

infection.

Chocolate spot

NSW, Qld,

SA, Tas, WA

only

Brassicas

Black spot,

Peppery leaf spot,

Ring spot, Downy

mildew

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals while conditions favour

disease.

Cabbages: This product must not be applied

to cabbages when frosts are likely to occur.

Capsicums

Bacterial spot

All States

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Seedbeds: Apply every 7 days during wet

weather.

Field crops: Apply at first sign of disease.

Repeat at 10-14 day intervals. Use the

shortest interval when conditions favour

infection. These applications will reduce the

spread of bacterial canker but will not control

seed or soil-borne infection.

Bacterial canker

NSW, Qld,

SA, Tas, WA

only

Carnations

Septoria spot

Vic, SA, Tas

only

400 g/100 L

Apply when disease first appears. Repeat at

7-14 day intervals.

Bacterial leaf spot

Tas only

250 g/100 L

Carrots

Leaf spot

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 7-14

day intervals while conditions favour infection.

Celery

Septoria leaf spot

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 7-14

day intervals. When weather favours

infection, apply every 7 days.

Early blight

NSW, Vic,

SA, WA, NT

only

Cucurbits ie

Rockmelon,

Watermelon,

Cucumber

Angular leaf spot,

Bacterial leaf spot

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals while conditions favour

infection.

Lettuce

Downy mildew,

Bacterial leaf spot

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Spray thoroughly at first sign of disease and

repeat every 7-10 days as necessary.

Alternate with Mancozeb.

Caution: Do not apply if frosts are expected.

Anthracnose

NSW, SA,

Tas, Vic,

WA only

Apply on 7-10 day schedule.

Onions

Downy mildew

All states

250 g/100 or 2.5 kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10

day intervals.

Ornamentals

(flowers &

shrubs)

Fungal leaf spots,

Downy mildew

All states

300 g/100 L or 3 kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 7-14

day intervals as required. Small-scale

phytotoxicity tests are recommended as

some varieties may be sensitive under certain

conditions.

Parsnips

Leaf spot

SA, Vic, WA

only

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals while conditions favour

infection.

Peas

Asochyta blight,

Bacterial blight

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at first sign of disease. Repeat at 10-

14 day intervals.

Potatoes

Target spot, Irish

blight

All states

220-250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply from crop emergence to crop maturity

at 7-14 day intervals. Use the higher rate

when conditions are particularly favourable to

disease development.

Red beet

Downy mildew,

Rust

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at 10-14 day intervals, from seedling

stage until maturity while conditions allow

infection.

Rhubarb

Crown rot, Downy

mildew

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at 14 day intervals while conditions

allow infection.

Roses

Black spot

Qld only

500 g/100 L

Apply when disease first appears. Repeat at

7-14 day intervals as necessary.

NSW, NT,

SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

300 g/100 L

Silver beet,

Spinach

Downy mildew

All states

250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Apply at 10-14 day intervals, from seedling

stage until maturity while conditions allow

infection.

Strawberries

Leaf spot, leaf

scorch

Qld, NSW,

NT, SA, Tas,

Vic, WA only

250 g/100 L

Apply at 14 day intervals in wet weather.

Tobacco seed

beds

Wildfire, Angular

leaf spot

Qld, NSW,

Vic only

400 g/100 L

Apply every 7 days from seedling stage, while

weather conditions favour disease

development.

Algae

Qld only

Apply when algae first appears.

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Tomatoes

Bacterial spot

All states

220-250 g/100 L or 2.5

kg/ha

Commence spray applications at first sign of

disease and repeat every 7-10 days

depending on weather conditions and

severity of disease.

Bacterial speck

Apply every 7-14 dqays depending on

weather conditions and severity of disease.

Bacterial canker

This product will reduce the spread of

bacterial canker but will not control seed or

soil-borne infections.

Target spot/Early

blight

Seedbeds: Apply every 7 days under wet

weather conditions. Minimise use on

seedlings to avoid retardation of growth.

Septoria leaf spot,

Irish blight/Late

blight

Use the higher rate when conditions are

particularly favourable to disease

development.

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

UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Mixing/Application (Tree and Vine crops only)

DILUTE SPRAYING (Tree and Vine crops only)

Use a sprayer designed to apply high volumes of water up to the point of runoff and matched

to the crop being sprayed.

Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy. Apply

sufficient water to cover the crop to the point of run-off. Avoid excessive run-off.

The required water volume may be determined by applying different test volumes, using

different settings on the sprayer, from industry guidelines or expert advice.

Add the amount of product specified in the Directions for Use table for each 100 L of water.

Spray to the point of run-off. The required dilute spray volume will change and the sprayer

set up and operation may also need to be changed, as the crop grows.

CONCENTRATE SPRAYING (Tree and Vine crops only)

Use a sprayer designed and set up for concentrate spraying (that is a sprayer which applies

water volumes less than those required to reach the point of run-off) and matched to the crop

being sprayed.

Set up and operate the sprayer to achieve even coverage throughout the crop canopy using

your chosen water volume.

Determine an appropriate dilute spray volume (See Dilute Spraying above) for the crop

canopy. This is needed to calculate the concentrate mixing rate.

The mixing rate for concentrate spraying can then be calculated in the following way:

EXAMPLE ONLY

Dilute spray volume as determined above: For example 1500 L/ha

(ii)

Your chosen concentrate spray volume: For example 500 L/ha

(iii)

The concentration factor in this example is 3 X (ie 1500 L ÷ 500 L = 3)

(iv)

If the dilute label rate is 10 mL/100 L, then the concentrate rate becomes 3 x 10, that

is 30 mL/100 L of concentrate spray.

The chosen spray volume, amount of product per 100 L of water, and the sprayer set

up and operation may need to be changed as the crop grows.

(vi)

For further information on concentrate spraying, users are advised to consult relevant

industry guidelines, undertake appropriate competency training and follow industry

Best Practices.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS (ALL CROPS)

MIXING AND APPLICATION

Pre-mix with a small amount of water before adding to the spray vat. Agitate before and during

spraying. Climatic conditions during and after application may affect both efficacy of and plant

tolerance to the product alone or in combination with compatible products. The product should not be

applied during abnormally hot, cold and slow drying conditions. Correct strength and timing is very

important. Damage or poor control may result if sprays are carried out at incorrect times and spray

concentrations.

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Product Name: Brycop (Copper oxychloride)

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

IMCD Australia Limited Phone (03)8544 3100

(Business hours)

IMCD New Zealand Limited (09)582 0250

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

Section 1 - Identification of Chemical Product and Company

AUSTRALIA:

NEW ZEALAND

Emergency Response: 1800 625 526

Emergency Response: 0800 500 288

IMCD Australia Limited

ABN 44 000 005 578

IMCD New Zealand Limited

1st Floor, 372 Wellington Road

459 Great South Road

Mulgrave, Vic 3170

Penrose, Auckland

Ph: (03)8544 3100

(Business hours)

Ph: (09) 582 0250

Fax (03)8544 3299

Fax (09) 525 0030

An electronic version of this MSDS is available at www.imcdgroup.com

Substance:

Substituted inorganic oxide mixed with various additives.

Trade Name:

Brycop (Copper oxychloride)

MSDS Code:

4005852

Product Use:

Agricultural fungicide for use as described on the product label.

Creation Date:

May, 2006

Revision Date:

October, 2008

Based on suppliers MSDS dated

No Date

Section 2 - Hazards Identification

Statement of Hazardous Nature

This product is classified as:

Hazardous according to the criteria of ASCC Australia.

Not subject to the ADG Code when transported by Road or Rail. (ADG 7, Special Provision AU01).

Risk Phrases:

R20/22, R50/53. Harmful by inhalation and if swallowed. Very toxic to aquatic organisms, may cause

long-term adverse effects to the aquatic environment.

Safety Phrases:

S20, S38, S57, S60, S24/25, S37/39. When using, do not eat or drink. In case of insufficient

ventilation, wear suitable respiratory equipment. Use appropriate container to avoid environmental contamination.

This material and its container must be disposed of as hazardous waste. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Wear

suitable gloves and eye/face protection.

SUSDP Classification:

ADG Classification:

Class 9 (ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, SOLID, N.O.S.)

UN Number:

3077

Emergency Overview

Physical Description & colour

: Light green to bluish powder.

Odour:

No odour.

Major Health Hazards:

harmful by inhalation and if swallowed.

Potential Health Effects

Inhalation

Short term exposure:

Long term inhalation of high amounts of any nuisance dust may overload lung clearance

mechanism. Available data shows that this product is harmful, but symptoms are not available.

Long Term exposure:

No data for health effects associated with long term inhalation.

Skin Contact:

Short term exposure:

Available data indicates that this product is not harmful. It should present no hazards in

normal use. In addition product is unlikely to cause any discomfort in normal use.

Long Term exposure:

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

Eye Contact:

Short term exposure

: This product may be mildly irritating to eyes, but is unlikely to cause anything more than

mild discomfort which should disappear once product is removed.

Long Term exposure

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

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

Ingestion:

Short term exposure

: Significant oral exposure is considered to be unlikely. Available data shows that this product

is harmful, but symptoms are not available. This product is unlikely to cause any irritation problems in the short or long

term.

Long Term exposure

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

Oral (Rat) = 1862mg/kg

Dermal (Rat) = >2000mg/kg

Carcinogen Status:

ASCC:

No significant ingredient is classified as carcinogenic by ASCC.

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

)

Copper oxychloride

1332-40-7

not set

not set

Calcium carbonate

471-34-1

20-45

not set

Lignosulfonic acid, magnesium salt

8061-54-9

5-20

not set

not set

Wetting agent

secret

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 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 MSDS with you when you call.

Inhalation:

If symptoms of poisoning become evident, contact a Poisons Information Centre, or call a doctor at

once. 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. DO NOT allow victim to move about

unnecessarily. Symptoms of pulmonary oedema can be delayed up to 48 hours after exposure.

Skin Contact:

Gently brush away excess solids. Irritation is unlikely. However, if irritation does occur, flush with

lukewarm, gently flowing water for 5 minutes or until chemical is removed.

Eye Contact:

Quickly and gently brush particles from eyes. No effects expected. If irritation does occur, flush

contaminated eye(s) with lukewarm, gently flowing water for 5 minutes or until the product is removed. Obtain medical

advice if irritation becomes painful or lasts more than a few minutes. 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

: There is no risk of an explosion from this product under normal circumstances if it is

involved in a fire.

Fire decomposition products from this product are likely to be toxic and corrosive if inhaled. Take appropriate

protective measures.

Extinguishing Media

: Water fog or fine spray is the preferred medium for large fires. Try to contain spills, minimise

spillage entering drains or water courses.

Fire Fighting

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

a violent reaction or explosion if significant quantities of this product are involved in a fire. Recommended personal

protective equipment is full fire kit and and breathing apparatus.

Flash point

:

Does not burn.

Upper Flammability Limit:

Does not burn.

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Lower Flammability Limit:

Does not burn.

Autoignition temperature:

Not applicable - does not burn.

Flammability Class:

Does not burn.

Section 6 - Accidental Release Measures

Accidental release

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

Immediately call the Fire Brigade. 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

include a full face shield. If there is a significant chance that dusts are likely to build up in cleanup area, we

recommend that you use a suitable Dust Mask.

Stop leak if safe to do so, and contain spill. Because of the environmentally hazardous nature of this product, special

care should be taken to restrict release to waterways or drains. Sweep up and shovel or collect recoverable product

into labelled containers for recycling or salvage, and dispose of promptly. Consider vacuuming if appropriate. 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 MSDS 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 MSDS 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

: This product is a Scheduled Poison. Observe all relevant regulations regarding sale, transport and storage

of this schedule of poison. 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, Industrial Clothing: AS2919, Industrial Eye

Protection: AS1336 and AS/NZS 1337, Occupational Protective Footwear: AS/NZS2210.

Exposure Limits

TWA (mg/m

3

)

STEL (mg/m

3

)

Calcium carbonate

not set

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:

This product should only be used where there is ventilation that is adequate to keep exposure below

the TWA levels. If necessary, use a fan.

Eye Protection:

Eye protection is not normally necessary when this product is being used. However, if in doubt,

wear suitable protective glasses or goggles.

Skin Protection:

The information at hand indicates that this product is not harmful and that normally no special skin

protection is necessary. However, we suggest that you routinely avoid contact with all chemical products and that you

wear suitable gloves (preferably elbow-length) when skin contact is likely.

Protective Material Types:

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

PVC.

Respirator:

If there is a significant chance that dusts are likely to build up in the area where this product is being

used, we recommend that you use a suitable Dust Mask. Use a P1 mask, designed for use against mechanically

generated particles eg silica & asbestos.

Section 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties:

Physical Description & colour

Light green to bluish powder.

Odour:

No odour.

Boiling Point:

Not available.

Freezing/Melting Point:

Decomposes about 220°C

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Volatiles:

Vapour Pressure:

No data.

Vapour Density:

No data.

Specific Gravity:

3.55

Water Solubility:

Insoluble in water but wettable. Soluble in strong acids, ammonia and

ammonium hydroxide

pH:

Not corrosive. pH of suspension in water is 6-8

Volatility:

No data.

Odour Threshold:

No data.

Evaporation Rate:

No data.

Coeff Oil/water distribution

No data

Autoignition temp:

Not applicable - does not burn.

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:

Keep containers tightly closed. Keep away from heat, flames and sparks.

Incompatibilities:

strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidising agents.

Fire Decomposition:

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

sulfur (sulfur dioxide is a respiratory hazard) and other sulfur compounds. Most will have a foul odour. Hydrogen

chloride gas, other compounds of chlorine. Water, calcium compounds. 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

Local Effects:

Target Organs:

none known

Classification of Hazardous Ingredients

Ingredient

Risk Phrases

Copper Oxychloride

Conc>=25%:Xn; R22

Section 12 - Ecological Information

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

be sure of status.

Section 13 - Disposal Considerations

Disposal:

There are many pieces of legislation covering waste disposal and they differ in each state and territory, so

each user must refer to laws operating in their area. In some areas, certain wastes must be tracked. The Hierarchy of

Controls seems to be common - the user should investigate: Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle and only if all else fails

should disposal be considered. Note that properties of a product may change in use, so that the following suggestions

may not always be appropriate. The following may help you in properly addressing this matter for this product. 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

Not subject to the ADG Code when transported by Road or Rail. (ADG 7, Special Provision AU01).

ADG Code:

3077, ENVIRONMENTALLY HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE, SOLID, N.O.S.

Hazchem Code:

Special Provisions:

179, 274, AU01

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Dangerous Goods Class:

Class 9, Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods.

Packaging Group:

Packaging Method:

P002, IBC08, LP02

Class 9 Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods shall not be loaded in the same vehicle or packed in the same freight

container with Classes 1 (Explosives), 5.1 (Oxidising Agents where the Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods are Fire

Risk Substances), 5.2 (Organic Peroxides where the Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods are Fire Risk Substances).

They may however be loaded in the same vehicle or packed in the same freight container with Classes 2.1

(Flammable Gases), 2.2 (Non-Flammable, Non-Toxic Gases), 2.3 (Toxic Gases), 3 (Flammable liquids), 4.1

(Flammable Solids), 4.2 (Spontaneously Combustible Substances), 4.3 (Dangerous When Wet Substances), 5.1

(Oxidising Agents except where the Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods are Fire Risk Substances), 5.2 (Organic

Peroxides except where the Miscellaneous Dangerous Goods are Fire Risk Substances), 6 (Toxic Substances), 7

(Radioactive Substances), 8 (Corrosive Substances), Foodstuffs and foodstuff empties.

Section 15 - Regulatory Information

AICS:

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

The following ingredients: Copper oxychloride, are mentioned in the SUSDP.

Section 16 - Other Information

This MSDS 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, 7th Edition

AICS

Australian Inventory of Chemical Substances

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

ASCC

Office of the Australian Safety and Compensation Council

NOS

Not otherwise specified

NTP

National Toxicology Program (USA)

R-Phrase

Risk Phrase

SUSDP

Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs & Poisons

UN Number

United Nations Number

THIS MSDS SUMMARISES OUR BEST KNOWLEDGE OF THE HEALTH AND SAFETY HAZARD INFORMATION OF THE PRODUCT AND

HOW TO SAFELY HANDLE AND USE THE PRODUCT IN THE WORKPLACE. EACH USER MUST REVIEW THIS MSDS IN THE CONTEXT OF

HOW THE PRODUCT WILL BE HANDLED AND USED IN THE WORKPLACE.

IF CLARIFICATION OR FURTHER INFORMATION IS NEEDED TO ENSURE THAT AN APPROPRIATE RISK ASSESSMENT CAN BE MADE,

THE USER SHOULD CONTACT THIS COMPANY SO WE CAN ATTEMPT TO OBTAIN ADDITIONAL INFORMATION FROM OUR SUPPLIERS

OUR RESPONSIBILITY FOR PRODUCTS SOLD IS SUBJECT TO OUR 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 MSDS is prepared in accord with the ASCC document “National Code of Practice for the Preparation

of Material Safety Data Sheets” 2nd Edition [ASCC:2001(2003)]

Copyright © Kilford & Kilford Pty Ltd, October, 2008.

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Phone (02)9251 4532

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