ISOMATE CTT PHEROMONE INSECT CONFUSION AGENT

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

Active ingredient:
1-DODECANOL; 1-DODECANOL; (E,E) 8,10 DODECADIEN-1-OL; (E,E) 8,10 DODECADIEN-1-OL; TETRADECANOL; TETRADECANOL
Available from:
BIOGLOBAL LIMITED
INN (International Name):
dodecadienol(220mg/Dp)+dodecanol(120mg/Dp)+tetradecanol(27.6mg/Dp)
Pharmaceutical form:
SLOW RELEASE GENERATOR (INC. FLEA COLLARS)
Composition:
1-DODECANOL ALCOHOL Active 60.0 g/500D; 1-DODECANOL ALCOHOL Active 48.0 gm/400D; (E,E) 8,10 DODECADIEN-1-OL BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 110.0 g/500D; (E,E) 8,10 DODECADIEN-1-OL BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 86.0 gm/400D; TETRADECANOL BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 13.8 g/500D; TETRADECANOL BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 11.0 gm/400D
Units in package:
!400 units; !dispnser; 500 Units
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
BIOGLOBAL
Therapeutic group:
APPLE | PEAR | DELICIOUS | GOLDEN DELICIOUS | GRANNY SMITH | GRAVENSTEIN | JONATHON | LADY WILLIAM | LEGANA | RED DELICIOUS | ST
Therapeutic area:
INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
CODLING MOTH
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 0; Withholding period: WHP: Nil.; Host/pest details: APPLE: [CODLING MOTH]; PEAR: [CODLING MOTH]; Poison schedule: 0; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: APPLE: [CODLING MOTH]; PEAR: [CODLING MOTH]; For management of codling moth in apples and pears.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
52069
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

READ

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

BEFORE

OPENING

OR

USING

WITHHOLDING

PERIOD:

Not required when used as directed.

management

of Codling Moth

(Cydia pomonella)

in apples

pears

NOT TO

BE

USED

FOR ANY

OTHER

PURPOSE

OR IN ANY MANNER CONTRARY

TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION.

BI

CL

BAL

lsomate is a registered trade mark of

Bioglobal

APVMA

No. 52069/500/0509

Isomate

,.

CTT

-

Critical

comments

continued

Treatentire orchard blocks with

ISOMATE

not just sections within large conventionally

treated orchards.

Conventionally treated orchards frequently serve as sources of

mated

females.

ISOMATE

should not be used in orchards with trees of widely varying height

large gaps,

in small sections of orchards

adjacent

to large conventionally sprayed blocks or

in orchard blocks of

less than 250 trees or

hectare in area,

In small

blocks,

apply

dispensers per

tree (assuming trees at

standard spacing)

to assist in maintaining an

adequate

concentration of pheremone in the air.

If a major source of

mated

female Codling Moths is present

adjacent

to the field,

migration

these moths

significantly reduce the level

control

achieved.

Sources are likely to

be bulk bins which contained infested apples or pears in the precious season,

apple

or pear

trees which were bulldozed in the previous autumn or winder, conventionally sprayed,

badly

controlled apple,

pear,

nasho, quince, walnut

or crab-apples within 300 metres. Stone fruit

support low numbers of Cooling Moth

could be a minor source of

mated

females

when planted next to

ISOMATE

treated apples or pears,

Where

adjacent

conventionally sprayed crops are likely to

sources of

mated

female

moths, it is important to take measures to prevent

invasion of the

ISOMATE

treated crop.

Either:

Over-treat

orchard blocks which might serve as infestation sources within 300 metres with

ISOMATE

(i.e. treat

a strip at

least 50 metres wide nearest the

ISOMATE

treated field

with

ISOMATE

the conventional

insecticide programme);

Or

Over-treat borders of

ISOMATE

treated orchards

adjacent

to potential

infestation sources

with an insecticide registered for control

Codling Moth to a

depth

least 50 metres.

Where

adjacent

sources of

mated

females

are unsprayed or

badly

controlled,

both

measures will be required.

Remove or disinfest fruit bins which might

a source of

infestation before Codling Moth

emergence

in spring.

Remove

burn derelict trees within 300 metres of

the orchard

which might serve as a source of Cooling Moth infestation.

Fruit

trees which were bulldozed

in the previous

which were hoststo codling moth

also be sources of infestation. Burn

bulldozed trees which might

harbour

Cooling Moth before the following spring.

Control

achieved using

MATE

be reduced in orchards situated on windy hill tops, on the

high spots in highly undulating terrain

steeply sloping country in orchards where the

Codling Moth populations are

moderate

to high. Wind

reduce the air concentration of

pheromone leading to reduced control

where the Codling Moth populations are

moderate

to high. Wind breaks

hail

netting assistin maintaining high levels of pheromone in the air.

PROTECTIONS

OF

LIVESTOCK:

Low hazard to bees.

May be applied to crop at

any time.

STORAGE

AND

DISPOSAL:

Keep out

reach of

children.

Store in unopened original

foil

envelopes,

ISOMATE

is to be held for longer than 3 months,

it should be held under

refrigeration at

or below 5°C.

Dispose of

empty

packets

used dispensers in municipal

rubbish.

SAFETY

DIRECTION:

Wash hands after use.

FIRST

AID:

If poisoning occurs,

contact

doctor

Poisons

Information Centre;

Phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766,

Additional

information

is

listed

in the

Material

Safety

Data

Sheet.

LIABILITY

OF

BIOGLOBAL

LTD

The effectiveness of

this product in

managing

Codling Moth depends

upon

various factors

present during

after application

upon the

skill

judgement

of the

user,

Bioglobal

Ltd does not

accept

any liability for harm or

damage

resulting from:

1)this product or its use;

or 2) the purchaser acting on

advice

given in

advice

good

faith by any representative of

company

unless the product itself

shown not to

comply

with the specifications

on the label

damage

results

from that

non-compliance.

these conditions

unacceptable

to the purchaser, the

good

should be returned

unopened

within 7 days for a

refund of the purchase price.

Rate/ha.

Dispensers

Codling

Moth

(Cydia pomonel/a)

Insect

Crop

I

Bioglobal

Ltd

BAl

226 Grindle Road, Wacol

QLD 4076 Australia

Cl

lel:

(07) 3271 6299

Fax:

(07) 32716399

CONTENTS:

500

UNITS

DIRECTIONS FOR

USE

-

S.A, VlC,

N.S.W, QLD,

TAS

only:

CRITICAL

COMMENTS:

MATE

will not directly control

any pest other than Codling Moth.

MATE

should not

be used as the sole treatment against

high populations of Codling

Moth. Where high populations of Codling Moth are present

ISOMATE

in conjunction

with an insecticide program.

(Consult your local

horticultural

consultants or Bioglobal

Ltd).

Apply before the first

moth

emergence

in spring. (If uncertain when this occurs,

consult your

local

horticultural

consultants).

Loop dispensers over spurs or branches within

metre of

the tree canopy.

Apply dispensers

about

0.5 metres from the tops of

trees.

lsomate

should be used as an integrated pest

management

tool

in conjunction with

insecticides where populations of Codling Moth are

moderate

to high. The likely size of

Cooling

Moth

population

determined

considering

infestation levels

pheromone trap

catches

in the

previous season.

(Seek

advice

from Bioglobal

or local

pest advisers if uncertain).

Monitor

orchard

regularly.

Codling

Moth

populations

exceed

recommended

threshold,

apply

an effective insecticide.

(See advisory

document

which

explains monitoring details).

Apples

pears

ACTIVE

CONSTITUENTS:

11

O.Og

/

500

dispensers

(E,E,)

8,10

DODECADIEN-l-0L

60.0g /

500

dispensers

DODECANOL

13.8g /

500

dispensers

TETRADECANOL

ISOMATE™

CTT

PHEROMONE

Insect

Confusion

Agent

APPROVED

LABEL

Info

pest

Verified

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Crop

Insect

Rate/ha.

Apples and pears

Codling Moth

500 dispensers

Cydia pomonella

ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS:

86 g / 400 dispensers

(E,E) 8,10 DODECADIEN-1-OL

48 g / 400 dispensers

DODECANOL

11 g / 400 dispensers

TETRADECANOL

For management of Codling Moth (

Cydia pomonella

) in apples and pears.

CONTENTS: 400 UNITS

Manufactured by:

Bioglobal Ltd

226 Grindle Road, Wacol, Queensland, 4076

Tel (07) 3271 6299

Fax (07) 3271 6399

DIRECTIONS FOR USE — S.A., Victoria, N.S.W., Queensland, Tasmania only.

Isomate CTT — Critical Comments (continued)

Treat entire orchard blocks with ISOMATE CTT and not just sections within large conventionally treated

orchards. Conventionally treated orchards frequently serve as sources of mated females.

ISOMATE CTT should not be used in orchards with trees of widely varying height and large gaps, in small

sections of orchards adjacent to large conventionally sprayed blocks or in orchard blocks of less than 250

trees or one hectare in area. In small blocks, apply 4 dispensers per tree (assuming trees at standard

spacing) to assist in maintaining an adequate concentration of pheromone in the air.

If a major source of mated female Codling moths is present adjacent to the field, migration of these moths

may significantly reduce the level of control achieved. Sources are likely to be bulk bins which contained

infested apples or pears in the previous season, apple or pear trees which were bulldozed in the previous

autumn or winter, conventionally sprayed, badly controlled apple, pear, nashi, quince, walnut or crabapples

within 300 metres. Stone fruit can support low numbers of Codling moth and could be a minor source of

mated females when planted next to ISOMATE CTT treated apples or pears.

Where adjacent conventionally sprayed crops are likely to be sources of mated female moths, it is important

to take measures to prevent invasion of the ISOMATE CTT treated crop.

either:

Overtreat orchard blocks which might serve as infestation sources within 300 metres with ISOMATE CTT

(i.e. treat a strip at least 50 metres wide nearest the ISOMATE CTT treated field with ISOMATE CTT and

the conventional insecticide programme); or

Overtreat borders of ISOMATE CTT treated orchards adjacent to potential infestation sources with an

insecticide registered for control of Codling moth to a depth of at least 50 metres.

Where adjacent sources of mated females are unsprayed or badly controlled, both measures will be

required.

Remove or disinfest fruit bins which might be a source of infestation before Codling moth emergence in

spring.

Remove and burn derelict trees within 300 metres of the orchard which might serve as a source of Codling

moth infestation. Fruit trees which were bulldozed in the previous season and which were hosts to Codling

moth can also be sources of infestation. Burn bulldozed trees which might harbour Codling moth before

the following spring.

Control achieved using ISOMATE CTT may be reduced in orchards situated on windy hill tops, on the

high spots in highly undulating terrain and steeply sloping country in orchards where the Codling moth

populations are moderate to high. Wind can reduce the air concentration of pheromone leading to reduced

control where the Codling moth populations are moderate to high. Wind breaks and hail netting assist in

maintaining high levels of pheromone in the air.

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

UNLESS AUTHORIZED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

Withholding period: Nil.

General instructions: See advisory document which gives further detail.

Protection of livestock: Low hazard to bees. May be applied on plants at any time.

Storage and Disposal:

Keep out of reach of children. Store in unopened original foil envelopes. If

ISOMATE CTT is to be stored for longer than 3 months, it should be held under refrigeration at or below

5°C. Dispose of empty packets and used dispensers in municipal rubbish.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Wash hands after use. Refer to MSDS for further information

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

Phone Australia 13 11 26; New Zealand 0800 764 766.

Critical Comments

ISOMATE CTT will not directly control any pest other than Codling moth.

ISOMATE CTT should not be used as the sole treatment against high populations of Codling moth. Where

high populations of Codling moth are present, use ISOMATE CTT in conjunction with an insecticide

program. (Consult your local horticultural consultants or Bioglobal Ltd.)

Apply before the first moth emergence in spring. (If uncertain when this occurs, consult your local

horticultural consultants.)

Loop dispensers over spurs or branches within one metre of the top of the tree canopy. Apply dispensers

about 0.5 metres from the tops of trees.

Isomate CTT should be used as an integrated pest management tool in conjunction with insecticides

where populations of Codling moth are moderate to high. The likely size of the Codling moth population

can be determined by considering infestation levels and pheromone trap catches in the previous season.

(Seek advice from Bioglobal Ltd or local pest advisers if uncertain.)

Monitor the orchard regularly. If Codling moth populations exceed the recommended threshold, apply an

effective insecticide. (See advisory document which explains monitoring details).

LIABILITY OF BIOGLOBAL LTD

The effectivenss of this product in managing Codling moth depends upon various factors present during and after

application and upon the skill and judgement of the user. Bioglobal Ltd does not accept any liability for harm or

damage resulting from:

1) this product or its use; or 2) the purchaser acting on advice given in good faith by any representative

of the company unless the product itself can be shown not to comply with the specifications

on the label and damage results from that non-compliance. If these conditions are unacceptable to the purchaser,

the goods should be returned unopened within 7 days for a refund of the purchase price.

Isomate is a registered trade mark of Bioglobal Ltd

APVMA No. 52069/400/1007

ISOMATE CTT PHEROMONE

continued on rear panel

Insect Confusion Agent

APPROVED

LABEL

Info

pest

Verified

BioglobalLtd

MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET

1 MaterialSafetyDataSheet–IsomateC-OFMTTInsectPheromoneConfusionAgent

DateofIssue:1 st January2011

IDENTIFICATIONOFTHESUBSTANCEANDOFTHESUPPLIER

Product: IsomateC-OFMTTPheromoneInsectConfusionAgent

ChemicalGroup: Insectpheromone

RecommendedUse: Forcontrolofcodlingmothandorientalfruitmothbymatingdisruption.

Company: BioglobalLimited

Address: 12ElectronicsStreet,EightMilePlainsQLD4113

Telephonenumber: +61733409999(Emergencycontact)

Faxnumber: +61733409900

Email: enquiries@bioglobal.com.au

Website: www.bioglobal.com.au

HAZARDSIDENTIFICATION

NONHAZARDOUSSUBSTANCE-NONDANGEROUSGOOD

Hazardousclassification: NothazardousaccordingtothecriteriaoftheNationalOccupational

Health&SafetyCommission(NOHSC)

Riskphrases: NoR-phrases.

ADGClassification: NotaDangerousgoodfortransportbyroadorrailaccordingtothe

AustralianCodefortheTransportofDangerousGoodsbyRoadand

Rail.

SUSDPclassification: Notscheduled(StandardfortheUniformSchedulingofDrugs&Poisons)

COMPOSITION/INFORMATIONOFINGREDIENTS

ChemicalEntity CASNumber Proportion

E,E-8,10-dodecadien-1-ol 33956-49-9 >30%

Dodecanol 112-53-8 >20%

Tetradecanol 112-72-1 >5%

Z-8-dodecenylacetate 28079-04-1 >10%

E-8-dodecenylacetate 38363-29-0 >5%

Stabilisers 128-37-0&25973-55-1 <10%

Theaboveliquidisenclosedinpolyethylene(CAS9002-88-4)capillaries.

FIRSTAIDMEASURES

Ifpoisoningoccurs,immediatelycontactadoctororPoisonInformationCentre(Ph:131126)andfollow

theadvicegiven.ShowthisMaterialSafetyDataSheettothedoctor.

Generalinformation: Donotrupturedispensertubes.Polyethyleneunlikelytocauseirritation.

Thefollowingrefertodispensercontents:

Ingestion: Administerwater,donotinducevomiting.Callpoisonshotlineorconsulta

doctor.

EyeContact: Donotrubeyeswithhandscontaminatedwithcodlingmothororientalfruit

mothpheromone.Checkandremoveanycontactlenses.Rinseeyes

immediatelywithcleanwaterforatleast15minutesandseekmedicalaid.

SkinContact: Washaffectedareawellwithsoapandwater

Inhalation: Movetowellventilatedarea.

FirstAidfacilities: Ensureeyewashisavailable.

AdvicetoDoctor: Non-hazardousmaterial.Couldcausemildirritationtoeyesanddelicateskin

ifrubbedwithhandscontaminatedwithorientalfruitmothandcodlingmoth

pheromone.Treatsymptomatically.

BioglobalLtd

MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET

2 MaterialSafetyDataSheet–IsomateC-OFMTTInsectPheromoneConfusionAgent

DateofIssue:1 st January2011

FIREFIGHTINGMEASURES

Fire/Explosionhazard: IsomateC-OFMTTslowreleasedispensersconsistpredominantlyof

polyethylenewhichburnsslowlywithasmokyflame.Noexplosion

hazard.

Extinguishingmedia: Waterspray,Carbondioxide(CO2),Foam,Drychemical.

Hazardfromcombustion: Burningmayreleasenitrogenoxides.

Other: Wearappropriateprotectiveequipment.

Precautionsfor

fightingfires: Firefightersshouldwearfullprotectivegear,includingself-contained

breathingapparatus(AS/NZS1715/1716).Keepunnecessarypeople

away.Ifitcanbedonesafelyremoveintactcontainersfromthefire.

Bundareawithsandorearthtopreventcontaminationofdrainsor

waterways.Disposeofextinguishingagentandspillagesafelylater.

Hazchemcodes: Notapplicable.

ACCIDENTALRELEASEMEASURES

Safety: Nospecificrequirements.Donotsmoke,eatordrinkduringtheclean-up

process.Wearpersonalprotectiveclothingandequipment.Keeppeople

andanimalsawayfromthearea.

Environmental: Donotallowdispensercontentstoenterdrainsorroundwater.If

contaminationofdrains,streams,watercoursesetcisunavoidablewarn

thelocalwaterauthority.

Methods: Intheeventofanaccidentcausingbreakageofdispensersandleakage

ofcontents,coveranyspiltliquidwithasuitableadsorbentsuchassand

orearth,sweepuptheearthwithabsorbedliquidandbrokendispensers,

wrapthesweepingsinseverallayersofpaperanddisposeinalocal

authoritylandfill,orinadisposalpitspecificallyestablishedforthe

purposeofdisposalofpesticidecontainers.Donotcontaminate

waterwayswithbrokendispensersortheircontents.

HANDLINGANDSTORAGE

Storage: Forshorttermstoragerefertopackagedetails.Forlongtermstorage

storeinunopenedoriginalfoilenvelopes,holdat5°Corbelow.

Donotstoreforprolongedperiodsindirectheatorsunlight.Keepaway

frompossiblesourcesofignition.

Storeinalockedroomawayfromchildren,animals,food,animalfeed,

seedandpesticides.

HandlingConsiderations: Keepoutofreachofchildren.Willirritateeyesandskin.Handle

dispensersinawellventilatedarea.

Donoteat,drinkofsmokewhilsthandlingdispensers

Washhands,armsandfacethoroughlyafterhandlingAftereachday’s

usewashglovesandcontaminatedclothing.

EXPOSURECONTROLS&PERSONALPROTECTIVEEQUIPMENT

ExposureControlLimits: Noexposurestandardshavebeenassignedtotheproduct.

Other: Donotrupturepolyethylenedispensertubes.

PersonalProtection:

Ventilation: Useinawellventilatedarea.

Respiratory: Notrequired

Skin: Glovese.g.nitrile

Eyes: Nonerequired,butavoideyecontactwithdispenserandcontents.

BioglobalLtd

MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET

3 MaterialSafetyDataSheet–IsomateC-OFMTTInsectPheromoneConfusionAgent

DateofIssue:1 st January2011

Other: Donoteat,drinkofsmokewhilsthandlingdispensers.Washhands

thoroughlyafterhandling.

PHYSICALANDCHEMICALPROPERTIES

Appearance: Sealedplasticcapillaries200mmlong,3mmdiameter.

Odour: Slightfruity/waxyodourofpheromone.

MeltingPoint:

Dispensersmeltat70°C

Thefollowingrefertodispensercontents:

Vapourpressure: 5.3×10 –3

mmHgat20°C

Specificgravity: 0.857-0.964g/ml

Flashpoint(°C): Noflashpointforformulatedproduct

Flammabilitylimits(%): Notapplicable

Solubilityinwater: Notsoluble

STABILITYANDREACTIVITY

Stability: Stableundernormaltemperatureandpressure.

Contacttoavoid: Contactwithstrongoxidisers,heatandnakedflame.

Hazardousdecomposition: Potentiallyharmfuloxidesofcarbonunderthermaldecomposition

Hazardouspolymerisation: None.Hazardouspolymerisationisnotpossible.

TOXICOLOGICALINFORMATION(INTERNALCONTENTSOFDISPENSER)

Animaltoxicitydata:

OrientalfruitmothTechnicalComponent:

Test TestOrganism LD50

AcuteOral Sprague-DawleyRat >17.12ga.i/kgbw

AcuteDermal Sprague-DawleyRat >2.0ga.i/kgbw

AcuteInhalation Sprague-DawleyRat >4.74mga.i/L

Rating

DermalIrritation NewZealandWhiteRabbit Slight

EyeIrritation NewZealandWhiteRabbit Minimal

MutagenicityAmesTest SalmonellatyphimuriumTA97 NonMutagenic

CodlingmothTechnicalComponent:

Test TestOrganism LD50

AcuteOral Rats >5000mg/kgbw

AcuteDermal Rats >2000mg/kgbw

Rating

DermalIrritation Rats Slighttomoderate

EyeIrritation Rats Slighttomoderate

NotlistedasacarcinogenbyNTP,I.A.R.CofOSHA

ECOLOGICALINFORMATION

General: Avoidcontaminationofsoil,ground&surfacewaterwithcontentsof

dispensers.

AccidentalBreakage: Intheeventofaccidentalbreakagecoverwithsuitableadsorbent,sweep

upadsorbentandpheromone,wrapinseverallayerofpaperand

disposeofatlocalauthoritylandfillorotherlocationsuitableforpesticide

containerdisposal.

DISPOSALCONSIDERATIONS

BioglobalLtd

MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET

4 MaterialSafetyDataSheet–IsomateC-OFMTTInsectPheromoneConfusionAgent

DateofIssue:1 st January2011

UsedDispensers: IsomateC-OFMTTdispenserscanbemanuallygatheredanddisposed

ofwithmunicipalrubbish.Emptycontainersandproductshouldnotbe

burnt.

UnusedDispensers: Disposeofatlocalauthoritylandfillofotherlocationsuitableforthefor

pesticidecontainerdisposal.Containersandproductshouldnotbeburnt.

TRANSPORTINFROMATION

Nodangerousgoodsclassallocated.

UNNumber: Notapplicable

ProperShippingname: Notapplicable

Classandsubsidiaryrisk: Notapplicable

PackingGroup: Notapplicable

EPG: Notapplicable

Hazchemcode: Notapplicable

RID/ADR Non-hazardousforroadtransport

IMDG Non-hazardousforseatransport

IATA Non-hazardousforairtransport

REGULATORYINFORMATION

RegisteredundertheAgriculturalandVeterinaryChemicalsAct1988(Commonwealth)Australian

PesticidesandVeterinaryMedicinesAuthorityapprovalnumber:62273

OTHERINFORMATION

ThisMSDSsummarisesourbestknowledgeofthehealthandsafetyhazardinformationoftheproduct

andhowtosafelyhandleandusetheproductintheworkplace.EachusershouldreadthisMSDSand

considertheinformationinthecontextofthehowtheproductwillbehandledandusedintheworkplace

includinginconjunctionwithotherproducts.

Ifclarificationorfurtherinformationisneededtoensurethatanappropriateriskassessmentcanbemade

theusershouldcontactthiscompany.

ENDOFMSDS

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