ISOMATE OFM ROSSO PHEROMONE INSECT CONFUSION AGENT

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

Active ingredient:
DODECENOL ACETATE - 8 Z; DODECENOL ACETATE - 8 Z; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 E; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 E; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 Z; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 Z
Available from:
BIOGLOBAL LIMITED
INN (International Name):
dodecenyl acetate(223mg/Dp)+dodecenyl acetate(14.5mg/Dp) + others
Pharmaceutical form:
SLOW RELEASE GENERATOR (INC. FLEA COLLARS)
Composition:
DODECENOL ACETATE - 8 Z BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 1.0 gm/400D; DODECENOL ACETATE - 8 Z BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 1.3 g/500D; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 E BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 5.8 gm/400D; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 E BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 7.3 g/500D; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 Z BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 89.2 gm/400D; DODECENYL ACETATE - 8 Z BIOLOGICAL-PHEROMONE-INSECT Active 111.5 g/500D
Units in package:
400 Units; 500 Units
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
BIOGLOBAL
Therapeutic group:
NECTARINE | PEACH
Therapeutic area:
INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 0; Withholding period: WHP: N/A; Host/pest details: NECTARINE: [ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH]; PEACH: [ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH]; Poison schedule: 0; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: NECTARINE: [ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH]; PEACH: [ORIENTAL FRUIT MOTH]; Insect confusion agent for management of Oriental fruit moth in peaches and nectarines.See Critical Comments on label.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
49925
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

READ

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS

BEFORE

OPENING OR USING

management

Oriental

Fruit Moth

(Cydia mo/esta)

peaches

nectarines

ACTIVE

CONSTITUENTS:

111.5g

dispensers Z, 8 DODECENYL

ACETATE

7.3g

dispensers E, 8 DODECENYL

ACETATE

dispensers Z, 8 DODECENOL

ISOMATE™

OFM

ROSSO

PHEROMONE

Insect Confusion Agent

ISOMATE'·

ROSSO

- Critical

comments

continued

Twist

dispensers loosely around branches within one metre of

the tree

canopy

(mature trees) or in the upper third of the

canopy

(young trees). Dispensers should be applied

evenly throughout the crop. Allow for seasonal

growth of the tree when

deciding

the position

of the dispensers. Useimmediately prior to the first

moth

emergence

in spring. Monitor moth

flights in the orchard using terpinyl

acetate/

sugar lure pots

shoot strikeassessments. The

results

monitoring

depend

on the dimensions of

the lure pots

the number of

shoots

inspected respectively.

Oriental

Fruit

Moth populations or

shoot

strikes

exceed

recommended

thresholds,

apply

an insecticide registered for control

Oriental

FruitMoth

(Caution: Some registered chemicals

be ineffective

to resistance. If uncertain seek

advice

from your local

consultants or

chemical

distributors).

Consult

Bioglobal

Ltd or local

pest control

advisers regarding details of monitoring procedures

appropriate thresholds.

Treat entire blocks

Just

sections of large orchards. In small

blocks,

apply

4 dispensers

tree (assuming trees at

standard spacing)

around the perimeter

row,

to assist in

maintaining an

adequate

concentration

pheromone in the

air.

Where

adjacent

conventionally sprayed crops are likelyto be sources of

mated

female

moths, It IsImportant

to take measures to prevent

invasion of the

ISOMATE

ROSSO

treated crop.

Either:

Over-treat

potential

Infestation sources within 200 metres of

ISOMATE

ROSSO

treated field with

ISOMATE

ROSSO

(e.g. a strip at least 50 metres wide on the side of the

block nearest the

ISOMATE

ROSSO

treated field).

Over-treat

Borders of

ISOMATE

ROSSO

treated

peach

blocks

adjacent

to potential

infestation sources with an insecticide registered for control

of Oriental

FruitMoth to a

depth

of at

least 50 metres.

Where

adjacent

sources of

mated

female moths are untreated for Oriental

Moth or are

badly

controlled,

both measures will be required.

Burn bulldozed fruit trees which might be a source of

Oriental

Fruit Moth infestation before

moth

emergence

in the following spring. Wind breaks assist in maintaining higher levels of

pheromone in the air.

Dispensers

Rate/ha.

Insect

Oriental

Fruit

Moth

(Cydla molesta)

Crop

CONTENTS:

UNITS

DIRECTIONS

- VIC,

N.S.W.

only:

Peaches

nectarines

NOTTO

USED

OTHER

PURPOSE

OR IN ANY

MANNER

CONTRARY

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE

LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING

PERIOD:

Not required when used as directed.

PROTECTIONS

LIVESTOCK,

WILDLIFE,

FISH,

CRUSTACEANS

ENVIRONMENT:

Low hazard

to bees.

May be applied to

crop

any time.

contaminate

streams,

rivers

waterways with

chemical

or used containers.

STORAGE

DISPOSAL:

Keep out

reach of

children.

Store in unopened original

foil

envelopes.

ISOMATE

ROSSO

is to be held for longer than 3 months,

it should be held

under

refrigeration at

below 5°C.

Dispose of

empty

packets

used dispensers in

municipal

rubbish.

CRITICAL

COMMENTS:

ISOMATE

ROSSO

will not directly control

any pest other than Oriental

FruitMoth.

ISOMATE

ROSSO

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

lessthan 500 trees or two hectares in area.

a major

source of

mated

female Oriental

Fruit Moth is present

adjacent

to the field,

migration of these moths

significantly reduce the level of control

achieved. Sourcesare

likely to be

peach,

nectarine,

plum,

apricot,

cherry.

almond,

apple,

pear,

noshl,

quince

within 200 metres.

Peach,

nectarine

pear

orchards treated with conventional

insecticides

frequently

harbour large numbers of Oriental

FruitMoth

serve as sources of

mated

female Oriental

Fruit Moths. Bulldozed fruit trees from the previous season which are hosts to Oriental

Fruit

Moth

bulk bins which contained infested fruit

also be sources of

mated

female

Oriental

FruitMoth infestation in the following spring.

SAFETY

DIRECTION:

Wash hands after use.

FIRST

AID: If poisoning occurs,

contact

a doctor or

Poisons

Information Centre;

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

Additional

information is listed in

Material

Safety Data Sheet.

LIABILITY

BIOGLOBAL

The effectiveness of

this product

managing

oriental

fruit

moth depends upon various

factors present during

after application

upon the

skill

judgement

user.

Bioglobal

Ltd does not

accept

any liability for harm or

damage

resulting from:

This

product

use; or 2) The purchaser acting on

advice

given in

good

faith by any representative of

company

unless the product Itself

be shown not to

comply

with the specifications

on the label

damage

results

from that

non-compliance.

these conditions are

unacceptable

to the purchaser, the

good

should be returned unopened within 7 days for a

refund of the purchase price.

Bioglobal

226 Grindle Road, Wacol

QLD 4076 Australia

Tel:

(07) 3271 6299

Fax: (07) 32716399

Isomate is a registered trademark of

Bioglobal

APVMA

No. 49925/500/0509

APPROVED

LABEL

Info

pest

Verified

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

ISOMATE

General Instructions:

Twist dispensers loosely around branches within one metre of the top of the tree canopy (mature

trees) or in the upper third of the canopy (young trees). Dispensers should be applied evenly

throughout the crop. Allow for seasonal growth of the tree when deciding the position of the dispens-

rs. Use immediately prior to the first moth emergence in spring. Monitor moth flights in the orchard

using terpinyl acetate/ sugar lure pots and shoot strike assessments. The results of monitoring

depend on the dimensions of the lure pots and the number of shoots inspected respectively. If

oriental fruit moth populations or shoot strikes exceed the recommended thresholds, apply an

insecticide registered for control of oriental fruit moth. Consult Bioglobal Ltd or local pest control

advisers regarding details of monitoring procedures and appropriate thresholds.

Treat entire blocks and not just sections of large orchards. In small blocks, apply 4 dispensers per

tree (assuming trees at standard spacing) around the perimeter row to assist in maintaining an

adequate concentration of pheromone in the air. 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 OFM ROSSO treated crop.

Either

over treat all potential infestation sources within 200 metres of the ISOMATE OFM ROSSO treated

field with ISOMATE OFM ROSSO (e.g. a strip at least 50 metres wide on the side of the block

nearest the ISOMATE OFM ROSSO treated field).

over treat borders of ISOMATE OFM ROSSO treated peach blocks adjacent to potential infesta-

ion sources with an insecticide registered for control of oriental fruit moth to a depth of at least

50 metres.

Where adjacent sources of mated female moths are untreated for oriental fruit moth or are badly

controlled, both measures will be required.

Burn bulldozed fruit trees which might be a source of oriental fruit moth infestation before moth

emergence in the following spring. Wind breaks assist in maintaining higher levels of pheromone

in the air.

Protection of Livestock, Wildlife, Fish, Crustaceans and Environment

Low hazard to bees. May be applied on plants at any time. DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers

or waterways with the chemical or used containers.

Storage and Disposal:

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

is to be stored for longer than 3 months, it should be held under refrigeration at or below 5°C. At

storage temperatures of 5°C, loss of active ingredient is less than 1% per year. Dispose of cartons

and empty envelopes in municipal rubbish.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS:

Wash hands after use. Refer to MSDS for further information.

ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS:

89.2 g / 400 dispensers

Z,8 DODECENYL ACETATE

5.8 g / 400 dispensers

E,8 DODECENYL ACETATE

1.0 g / 400 dispensers

Z,8 DODECENOL

Insect confusion agent for management of Oriental Fruit Moth (

Cydia molesta

peaches and nectarines.

CONTENTS: 400 UNITS

Manufactured by: Shin Etsu Chemical Co. Ltd, Tokyo, Japan

Bioglobal Ltd

226 Grindle Road, Wacol, Queensland, 4076

Tel (07) 3271 6299

Fax (07) 3271 6399

DIRECTIONS FOR USE — Victoria, N.S.W. and S.A. only:

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

TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORIZED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

Critical Comments:

ISOMATE OFM ROSSO will not directly control any pest other than oriental fruit moth.

ISOMATE OFM ROSSO 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 500 trees or two hectares in area.

If a major source of mated female oriental fruit moth is present adjacent to the field, migration

of these moths may significantly reduce the level of control achieved. Sources are likely to be

peach, nectarine, plum, apricot, cherry, almond, apple, pear, nashi, quince within 200 metres.

Peach, nectarine and pear orchards treated with conventional insecticides frequently harbour

large numbers of Oriental fruit moth and serve as sources of mated female oriental fruit moths.

Bulldozed fruit trees from the previous season which are hosts to oriental fruit moth and bulk bins

which contained infested fruit can also be sources of mated female oriental fruit moth infestation

in the following spring.

Crop

Insect

Rate/ha.

Peaches and nectarines

iental Fruit Moth

500 dispensers

Cydia molesta

APVMA Approval Number 49925/400/1106

LIABILITY OF BIOGLOBAL LTD

The effectiveness of this product in managing oriental fruit 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

ISOMATE OFM ROSSO PHEROMONE

Insect Confusion Agent

APPROVED

LABEL

Info

pest

Verified

Material Safety Data Sheet

ISOMATE OFM ROSSO

Company Details

Company

Bioglobal Limited

Address

226 Grindle Road,

Wacol,

Qld,

4076,

Australia

Telephone number

+61 7 3271 6299

Fax number

+61 7 3271 6399

Email

enquiries@bioglobal.com.au

Website

www.bioglobal.com.au

Identification

Product name

Isomate OFM Rosso Pheromone Insect Confusion Agent

Other names

Oriental Fruit Moth Pheromone

Manufacturers product code

ISO-OFM

UN number

No UN number allocated

Dangerous goods class and subsidiary risk

No dangerous goods class allocated

Hazchem code

No Hazchem Code allocated

Poisons schedule number

Exempt

Control of Oriental Fruit Moths in peaches by mating

disruption

Physical description/properties

Appearance

Sealed rusty red plastic capillaries 200 mm long,

3 mm

diameter.

Slight fruity odour of pheromone.

Boiling point/melting point

Dispensers melt at 70°C

Vapour pressure

(mm Hg.

at 25 °C) 1.428 x 10

–2

mm Hg.

(Technical grade active ingredient within sealed capillaries)

Specific gravity

0.857

(Technical grade active ingredient within sealed capillaries)

Flashpoint (°C)

No flash point for formulated product

Flammability limits (%)

Not applicable

Solubility in water

Not soluble

Other properties

None relevant

Bioglobal

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Ingredients

Chemical

entity

CAS number

Proportion

Z/E,8 Dodecenyl

acetate

14959-86-5

> 90%

Z,8 Dodecenol

20056-92-2

> 2%

Vitamin E antioxidant

10191-41-0

< 5%

Benzophenone UV stabiliser

< 5%

The above liquid is enclosed in polyethylene capillaries.

Health Hazard Information

Health Effects

Insect pheromones are recognized as safe by National

Registration Authority and are exempt from toxicological

requirements for the purposes of registration as an

insecticide.

Acute

No acute mammalian toxicity

Swallowed

No mammalian toxicity at maximum challenge dosages

Oriental fruit moth pheromone produces slight to moderate

conjunctival irritation in rabbits

Skin

Oriental fruit moth pheromone produces slight to moderate

dermal irritation in rabbits

Inhaled

No inhalation toxicity in mammal studies

Chronic

No chronic toxicity studies available

First Aid

Swallowed

Not applicable

Do not rub eyes with hands contaminated with Oriental

fruit moth pheromone.

Rinse eyes with liberal quantities of

water.

Skin

Wash hands with soap and water

Inhaled

Not applicable

First Aid facilities

Not applicable

Advice to Doctor

Non-hazardous material.

Could cause mild irritation to eyes

and delicate skin if rubbed with hands contaminated with

Oriental fruit moth pheromone.

Precautions for use

Exposure standards

Not applicable

Engineering controls

Not applicable

Personal protection

Wash hands with soap and water after handling

Flammability

Isomate OFM Rosso will burn with a smoky flame when

dispensers are exposed directly to naked flame

Bioglobal

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Safe handling information

Storage and transport

For long term storage,

hold at 5°C or below

Spills and disposal

No special requirements.

Isomate OFM Rosso dispensers can

be manually gathered and disposed of with municipal

rubbish.

Fire/ Explosion hazard

Isomate OFM Rosso controlled release dispensers consist

predominantly of polyethylene and burn with a smoky

flame (similar to polyethylene) No explosion hazard.

Bioglobal Limited

226 Grindle Road,

Wacol,

Qld,

4076,

Australia

+61 7 3271 6299

+61 7 3271 6399

enquiries@bioglobal.com.au

www.bioglobal.com.au

Bioglobal

Limited Material

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