KENSO AGCARE KEN-STAR 300 HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT
Available from:
KENSO CORPORATION (M) SDN. BHD.
INN (International Name):
2,4-D as ipa(300g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE
Composition:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT PHENOXY ACIDS-2,4-D-AMINE Active 300.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 120L; 1L; 200L; 20L; 5L; 800L; Iso-tank
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
KENSO CORPORATION
Therapeutic group:
AGRICULTURAL NON-CROP AREAS | BALANSA CLOVER (PRIOR TO SOWING) | BARLEY | BARLEY - PRIOR TO SOWING | BROOM MILLET | CANOLA (PRIO
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | ANNUAL THISTLE | APPLE-OF-PERU | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | AUSTRALIAN BINDWEED - SEEDLING | BALL MUSTARD | BATHURST BURR | BELLVINE - SEEDLING | BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP | BINDWEED | BINDY-EYE | BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLADDER KETMIA | BLUE SNAKEWEED | BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP. | BOXTHORN | BROADLEAF WEEDS - EXCEPT NOOGOORA BURR | BURR MEDIC | CALIFORNIAN BURR | CALIFORNIAN THISTLE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CAPE TULIP | CAPEWEED | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHARLOCK | CHINESE MINT | CLOCKWEED | CLOVER | COBBLER'S PEGS | COMMON ICEPLANT | COMMON VETCH OR TARES | CONVOLVULUS VINES | COTTON BUSH (MILKY COTTON BUSH) | COWVINE | DESICCATE BROADLEAF WEEDS | DOCK | DOCK - SEEDLING | DOVEWEED | ERODIUM (STORKSBILL) - SEEDLING | ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL | FAT HEN | FLEABANE | FUMITORY - RED | FUMITORY - WHITE | GALVANISED BURR | GERANIUM | GOOSEBERRY | GRA
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: Pasture Cereal crop - Do not graz e or cut stock food for 7 days after a pplication. Crop Harvest: Not required when used as directed. In Tasmania th is product may only be used from 15 Apr il to 15 September unless otherwise per mitted by the Registrar of Pesticides.; Host/pest details: AGRICULTURAL NON-CROP AREAS: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BINDWEED, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON VETCH OR TARES, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, KHAKI WEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED, SLENDER, SHORE OR SHEEP THISTLE, SOFT ROLY POLY, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY EMEX, STAR THISTLE, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BALANSA CLOVER (PRIOR TO SOWING): [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, AUSTRALIAN BINDWEED - SEEDLING, BALL MUSTARD, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP., CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CHARLOCK, COMMON ICEPLANT, COWVINE, DOCK, ERODIUM (STORKSBILL) - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, GOOSEBERRY, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, LINCOLN WEED - SEEDLING, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, MEDIC, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MELON, MEXICAN POPPY, NATIVE ROSELLA, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH - SEEDLING, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, RASPWEED - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED - SUPPRESSION, SORREL - SEEDLING, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, VOLUNTEER LUPIN, VOLUNTEER PEA, VOLUNTEER SAFFLOWER, VOLUNTEER SUNFLOWER, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WARD'S WEED, WHITE CLOVER, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEEDLING]; BARLEY: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON VETCH OR TARES, DOCK, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, KHAKI WEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED, SLENDER, SHORE OR SHEEP THISTLE, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY EMEX, STAR THISTLE, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BARLEY - PRIOR TO SOWING: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, AUSTRALIAN BINDWEED - SEEDLING, BALL MUSTARD, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP., CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CHARLOCK, COMMON ICEPLANT, COWVINE, DOCK, ERODIUM (STORKSBILL) - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, GOOSEBERRY, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, LINCOLN WEED - SEEDLING, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, MEDIC, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MELON, MEXICAN POPPY, NATIVE ROSELLA, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH - SEEDLING, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, RASPWEED - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED - SUPPRESSION, SORREL - SEEDLING, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, VOLUNTEER LUPIN, VOLUNTEER PEA, VOLUNTEER SAFFLOWER, VOLUNTEER SUNFLOWER, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WARD'S WEED, WHITE CLOVER, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEEDLING]; BROOM MILLET: [CAPE TULIP, DOCK, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, RADISH - RAPHANUS RAPHANISTRUM, SAFFRON THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD TURNIP]; CANOLA (PRIOR TO SOWING): [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, AUSTRALIAN BINDWEED - SEEDLING, BALL MUSTARD, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE - SEEDLING, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLADDER KETMIA, BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP., CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE - SEEDLING, CHARLOCK, COMMON ICEPLANT, COWVINE, DOCK, ERODIUM (STORKSBILL) - SEEDLING, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, GOOSEBERRY, HOREHOUND - SEEDLING, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, LINCOLN WEED - SEEDLING, MARSH OR SMALLFLOWER MALLOW - SEEDLING, MEDIC, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MELON, MEXICAN POPPY, NATIVE ROSELLA, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH - SEEDLING, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PRICKLY LETTUCE, RASPWEED - SEEDLING, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED - SUPPRESSION, SORREL - SEEDLING, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SUBTERRANEAN CLOVER, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, VOLUNTEER LUPIN, VOLUNTEER PEA, VOLUNTEER SAFFLOWER, VOLUNTEER SUNFLOWER, VOLUNTEER VETCH OR TARES, WARD'S WEED, WHITE CLOVER, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED OR KNOTWEED - SEEDLING]; CEREAL - HARVEST AID SPRAY SALVAGE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON VETCH OR TARES, DESICCATE BROADLEAF WEEDS, DOCK, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, KHAKI WEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED, SLENDER, SHORE OR SHEEP THISTLE, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY EMEX, STAR THISTLE, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CEREAL RYE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON VETCH OR TARES, DOCK, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, IVY LEAF SPEEDWELL, KHAKI WEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MUSTARD, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PATERSON'S CURSE, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SKELETON WEED, SLENDER, SHORE OR SHEEP THISTLE, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPINY EMEX, STAR THISTLE, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VOLUNTEER CANOLA OR RAPESEED, WAR
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
54950
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

KENSO AGCARE KEN-STAR 300 HERBICIDE

54950/119257

Product Name:

APVMA Approval No:

Label Name:

KENSO AGCARE KEN-STAR 300 HERBICIDE

Signal Headings:

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Constituent

Statements:

300 g/L 2,4-D PRESENT AS THE ISOPROPYLAMINE SALT

Mode of Action:

GROUP

HERBICIDE

Statement of Claims:

For the control of emerged broadleaf weeds prior to sowing crops and pastures in

conservation tillage situations and for selective weed control in crops and situations

detailed in the Directions for Use.

THIS IS A PHENOXY HERBICIDE THAT CAN CAUSE SEVERE DAMAGE TO NATIVE

VEGETATION AND SUSCEPTIBLE CROPS SUCH AS COTTON, GRAPES, TOMATOES,

OILSEED CROPS AND ORNAMENTALS. Please read the Spray Drift Restraints.

Net Contents:

1L, 5L, 20L, 110L, 120L, 200L, 800L, 1000L, Iso-tank.

Restraints:

This section contains file attachment.

Directions for Use:

This section contains file attachment.

Other Limitations:

RLP

APPROVED

Withholding Periods:

PASTURE, CEREAL CROPS – DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT STOCK FOOD FOR 7 DAYS

AFTER APPLICATION.

CROP HARVEST: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

IN TASMANIA, THIS PRODUCT MAY ONLY BE USED FROM 15 APRIL TO 15

SEPTEMBER UNLESS OTHERWISE PERMITTED BY THE REGISTRAR OF

PESTICIDES.

Trade Advice:

General Instructions:

This section contains file attachment.

Resistance Warning:

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 Herbicide (Ken-Star 300) is a member of the Phenoxys group

of herbicides. Ken-Star 300 has the Disruptors of plant cell growth mode of action. For

weed resistance management Ken-Star 300 is a Group I herbicide.

Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to Ken-Star 300 and other disruptors

of plant cell growth herbicides may exist through normal genetic variability in any weed

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

herbicides are used repeatedly. These resistant weeds will not be controlled by Ken-Star

300 or other disruptors of plant cell growth herbicides.

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

(M) Sdn Bhd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of Ken-Star

300 to control resistant weeds.

Precautions:

Protections:

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

Drift Warning: Direct spray contact or even slight drift may cause severe injury or

destruction of any growing crop or other desirable plants including trees and native

vegetation. DO NOT use when breeze is blowing towards nearby desirable plants. DO NOT

apply under meteorological conditions or from spraying equipment that may cause spray

to drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or pastures. Avoid spray

drift onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, flowers, vegetables, vines,

fruit trees, legume crops and pastures, oil seed crops or other susceptible crops and trees

(eg Kurrajongs, Belahs, Eucalypts).

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

Low hazard to bees. May be applied at any time as recommended in the Directions for Use.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEAN AND ENVIRONMENT

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the chemical or used containers.

Storage and

Disposal:

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. Do not store for

prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Triple-rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings

to spray tank. Do not dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and

return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point.

If not recycling, break, crush, or puncture and deliver empty packaging 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.

Refillable containers: Empty contents fully into application equipment. Close all valves and

return to point of supply for refill or storage.

Safety Directions:

Poisonous if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist.

When preparing spray, wear PVC or rubber apron, elbow length PVC gloves and face

shield. When using the prepared spray, wear face shield. If product on skin, immediately

wash area with soap and water. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash

hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day’s use wash gloves,

face shield and contaminated clothing.

First Aid Instructions:

If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone 131126).

First Aid Warnings:

RESTRAINTS:

SPRAY DRIFT RESTRAINTS

DO NOT apply in a manner that may cause an unacceptable impact to native vegetation, agricultural crops,

landscaped gardens and aquaculture production, or cause contamination of plant or livestock commodities,

outside the application site from spray drift. The buffer zones in the relevant buffer zone tables below provide

guidance but may not be sufficient in all situations. Wherever possible, correctly use application equipment

designed to reduce spray drift and apply when the wind direction is away from these sensitive areas.

DO NOT allow bystanders to come into contact with the spray cloud.

DO NOT apply unless the wind speed is between 3 and 15 kilometres per hour at the application site during the

time of application.

DO NOT apply if there are surface temperature inversion conditions present at the application site during the time

of application. These conditions exist most evenings one to two hours before sunset and persist until one to two

hours after sunrise.

Recognising a surface temperature inversion

A surface temperature inversion is likely to be present if:

Mist, fog, dew or a frost have occurred

Smoke or dust hangs in the air and moves sideways, just above the ground surface

Cumulus clouds that have built up during the day collapse towards evening

Wind speed is constantly less than 11 km/hr in the evening and overnight

Cool off-slope breezes develop during the evening and overnight

Distant sounds become clearer and easier to hear

Aromas become more distinct during the evening than during the day.

Spray timing

Spray during the day wherever possible. Vertical mixing of the air makes surface temperature inversions

unlikely and will reduce the risk of drift caused by surface temperature inversions.

There is a very low risk of surface temperature inversion when there is continuous overcast weather,

with low and heavy cloud and/or wind speed remains above 11km/h for the whole period between

sunset and sunrise.

A lack of suitable weather conditions for spraying over extended periods is not an excuse for spraying in

unsuitable conditions.

DO NOT apply if crop or weeds are stressed due to dry or excessively moist conditions.

DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than VERY COARSE spray droplets according to the ASAE S572.1

definition for standard nozzles.

DO NOT use if rain is likely within 6 hours.

Monitoring and record keeping

Users of this product MUST make an accurate written record of the details of each spray application within 24

hours following application and KEEP this record for a minimum of 2 years. The spray application details that

must be recorded are: 1- date of use with start and finish times of application; 2- the specific location which must

include address and paddock/s sprayed; 3- Product trade name (full name) of the product being used; 4- rate of

application which must include the amount of product used per hectare and number of hectares applied to; 5-

situation, crop or commodity to which the chemical was applied; 6- wind speed and direction during application;

7- air temperature and relative humidity during application; 8- nozzle brand, model, size, type, and spray system

pressure measured during application; 9- height of spay boom from ground ; 10- name and contact details of

person applying this product (Additional record keeping and/or details may be required by the state or territory

where this product is used).

Watch for changes in weather conditions. Stop spraying immediately if a surface temperature inversion

occurs or if spraying conditions become unsuitable for any other reason.

ADVISORY FOR BOOM SPRAYER USE IN CEREALS, FALLOW AND PASTURE 1ST OCTOBER TO 15

APRIL

USE IN CEREALS, FALLOW AND PASTURES DURING THE PERIOD

3rd OCTOBER TO 15TH APRIL, IT IS ADVISED TO:-

USE NOZZLES THAT PRODUCE EXTREMELY COARSE (XC) TO ULTRA COARSE (UC) DROPLETS.

USE HIGHER WATER RATES PER HA, TO GIVE BETTER EFFICACY.

USE SLOWER APPLICATION SPEEDS TO ALLOW OPERATORS TO LOWER BOOM HEIGHTS.

INCREASING DROPLET SIZE AND WATER RATES WHILE REDUCING APPLICATION SPEED WILL ASSIST

IN MITIGATING OFF TARGET INVERSION DRIFT DURING SUMMER SPRAYING. EXTREMELY COARSE

DROPLETS WILL PRODUCE <3% DRIFTABLE DROPLETS.

BOOM SPRAYERS (ground application)

DO NOT apply by a boom sprayer unless the following requirements are met:

spray droplets not smaller than a VERY COARSE (VC) spray droplet size category (minimum XC

between 3 October and 15 April - advisory)

boom heights 0.5 metres or lower above the target canopy (The higher of either the crop canopy or the

targeted weeds)

minimum distances between the application site and downwind sensitive aquatic and wetland areas

including aquacultural ponds, surface streams and rivers (see Aquatic ‘Downwind mandatory no-spray

zone’ section of the following table titled ‘Buffer zones for boom sprayers’) are observed.

minimum distances between the application site and downwind sensitive crops, gardens, landscaping

vegetation,

protected

native

vegetation

protected

animal

habitat

(see

Terrestrial

‘Downwind

mandatory no-spray zone’ section of the following table titled ‘Buffer zones for boom sprayers’) are

observed. The buffer zones provide guidance but may not always be completely protective of all

agricultural crops.

BUFFER ZONES FOR BOOM SPRAYERS:

Application rate [L/ha (g ae/ha)]

Downwind mandatory no spray zone

Aquatic

Terrestrial

Dryland cropping: Winter cereals and fallows

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

10 metres

10 metres

Up to 2.9 L (880 g ae/ha)

15 metres

15 metres

Up to 3.5 L (1080 g ae/ha)

20 metres

20 metres

Dryland cropping: Summer cereals

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

10 metres

10 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Sugarcane

Up to 3.5 L (1080 g ae/ha)

20 metres

20 metres

Up to 7.3 L (2220 g ae/ha)

35 metres

30 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Peanuts

Up to 7.5 L (2250 g ae/ha)

35 metres

30 metres

Pasture

Up to 6.6 L (2000 g ae/ha)

30 metres

30 metres

Up to 9.1 L (2750 g ae/ha)

40 metres

35 metres

AERIAL APPLICATION

DO NOT apply by aerial application unless the following requirements are met:

spray droplets not smaller than a VERY COARSE (VC) spray droplet size category.

release heights 5 metres or lower above the target canopy

minimum distances between the application site and downwind sensitive aquatic and wetland areas

including aquacultural ponds, surface streams and rivers (see Aquatic ‘Downwind mandatory no-spray

zone’ section of the following table titled ‘Buffer zones for aircraft) are observed.

minimum distances between the application site and downwind sensitive crops, gardens, landscaping

vegetation,

protected

native

vegetation

protected

animal

habitat

(see

Terrestrial

‘Downwind

mandatory no-spray zone’ section of the following table titled ‘Buffer zones for aircraft) are observed.

The buffer zones provide guidance but may not always be completely protective of all agricultural crops.

BUFFER ZONES FOR AIRCRAFT: 3 metre release height or lower above the target canopy

Application rate [L/ha (g

ae/ha)]

Downwind mandatory no spray zone

Fixed wing

Helicopter

Aquatic

Terrestrial

Aquatic

Terrestrial

Dryland cropping: Winter cereals and fallows

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

75 metres

70 metres

70 metres

70 metres

Up to 2.9 L (880 g ae/ha)

80 metres

80 metres

75 metres

75 metres

Up to 3.5 L (1080 g ae/ha)

95 metres

90 metres

90 metres

85 metres

Dryland cropping: Summer cereals

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

75 metres

70 metres

70 metres

70 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Sugarcane

Up to 7.3 L (2220 g ae/ha)

180 metres

170 metres

150 metres

140 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Peanuts

Up to 7.5 L (2250 g ae/ha)

180 metres

170 metres

150 metres

140 metres

BUFFER ZONES FOR AIRCRAFT: 5 metre release height or lower above the target canopy

Application rate [L/ha (g

ae/ha)]

Downwind mandatory no spray zone

Fixed wing

Helicopter

Aquatic

Terrestrial

Aquatic

Terrestrial

Dryland cropping: Winter cereals and fallows

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

130 metres

130 metres

120 metres

110 metres

Up to 2.9 L (880 g ae/ha)

150 metres

150 metres

130 metres

120 metres

Up to 3.5 L (1080 g ae/ha)

180 metres

170 metres

140 metres

140 metres

Dryland cropping: Summer cereals

Up to 2.5 L (750 g ae/ha)

130 metres

130 metres

120 metres

110 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Sugarcane

Up to 7.3 L (2220 g ae/ha)

450 metres

400 metres

250 metres

225 metres

Tropical & subtropical uses: Peanuts

Up to 7.5 L (2250 g ae/ha)

450 metres

400 metres

250 metres

225 metres

Pasture application by air – 5.0 m release height

Application rate 9.17L/ha (2750 g ae/ha), VERY COARSE droplet size, Aerial application

Aquatic protection

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

500 metres

300 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

550 metres

300 metres

Terrestrial protection (2,4-D salt formulations)

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

475 metres

275 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

525 metres

300 metres

Application rate 6.67L/ha (2000 g ae/ha), VERY COARSE droplet size, Aerial application

Aquatic protection

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

375 metres

190 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

375 metres

220 metres

Terrestrial protection (2,4-D salt formulations)

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

350 metres

180 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

350 metres

210 metres

Pasture application – 3.0 m release height

Application rate 9.17L/ha (2750 g ae/ha), VERY COARSE droplet size, Aerial

application Aquatic protection

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

250 metres

150 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

250 metres

180 metres

Terrestrial protection (2,4-D salt formulations)

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

250 metres

140 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

250 metres

170 metres

Application rate 6.67L/ha (2000 g ae/ha), VERY COARSE droplet size,

Aerial application Aquatic protection

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

160 metres

90 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

160 metres

140 metres

Terrestrial protection (2,4-D salt formulations)

Downwind no-spray zone

Wind speed range at time of application

Fixed Wing

Helicopter

From 3 to 7 kilometres per hour

140 metres

85 metres

From 7 to 14 kilometres per hour

150 metres

130 metres

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

1. CONSERVATION TILLAGE

CROP/

SITUATION

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Preparatory spray

for Fallows and

Seedbeds or prior to

sowing the following

Crops:

Balansa Clover,

Barley, Chickpeas,

Cotton, Faba

Beans, Field Peas,

Lentils, Linseed,

Lucerne, Lupins,

Narbon Beans,

Navybeans, Oats,

Perennial Ryegrass,

Persian Clover,

Phalaris, Rapeseed,

Rice, Safflower,

Sorghum, Soybean,

Subterranean

Clover, Sunflower,

Triticale, Vetch,

Wheat, White

Clover

Fumitory (white), Ball Mustard,

Indian Hedge Mustard, Common

Sowthistle, Turnip Weed, Wild

Turnip, Wild Radish

All states

660mL/ha –

1.2L/ha +

Ken-Up 450

CT and

Surfactant at

recommended

label rates

RATE SELECTION: Use the lower rate

seedling

broadleaf

weeds

increase to the higher rate for broadleaf

weeds

more

than

diameter/high.

Always

Ken-Up

recommended label rates. At the time of

application

weeds

must

actively

growing and not

under stress from

moisture,

frost,

cold,

disease

water-

logging.

grazing

occurred

allow

regrowth to 6-8 cm before spraying and

use higher rate.

Always add either a non-ionic surfactant

(eg.

Activator*)

acidifying

surfactant

LI-700*

Bonus*

accordance

with

label

directions

Ken-Up 450 CT product. Use Buffy with

Ken-Up

insecticides

will

included in the tank mixture or if faster

brownout of weeds is required.

Seedlings of: Australian

Bindweed, Bellvine, Caltrop, New

Zealand Spinach, Raspweed

NSW, Qld

only

Ageratum (Blue Top), Dock,

Volunteer Lupins, Volunteer

Peas, Volunteer Sunflowers,

Charlock, Fumitory (Red), Medic,

Paterson’s Curse, Prickly Lettuce

(Wild Lettuce), Saffron Thistle,

Spear Thistle, Variegated Thistle

All states

900mL/ha –

1.2L/ha +

Ken-Up 450

CT and

Surfactant at

recommended

label rates

Bathurst Burr, Blackberry

Nightshade, Californian Burr,

Horehound Seedlings, Lincoln

Weed Seedlings, Marshmallow

Seedlings, Sorrel Seedlings,

Thornapple, Volunteer Vetch,

Volunteer Safflower, Common

Ice-Plant, Storksbill/Erodium

Seedlings, Ivyleaf, Speedwell,

Melilotus, Shepherd’s Purse,

Skeleton Weed (Suppression

only), Ward’s Weed, Wireweed

Seedlings (Hogweed), White

Clover, Sub-Clover

1.2L/ha-

1.8L/ha +

Ken-Up 450

CT and

Surfactant at

recommended

label rates

Amaranth, Apple of Peru,

Mexican Poppy, Annual Ground

Cherry, Baldder Ketmia, Fat Hen,

Melons, Native Rosella,

Noorgoora Burr, Potato Weed,

Cow Vine, Yellow Vine,

Rapeseed

NSW, Qld

only

1.8L/ha –

2.7L/ha +

Ken-Up 450

CT and

Surfactant at

recommended

label rates

PASTURES:

Conservation Tillage

– Direct Drilling,

Surface Sowing or

Fallow Maintenance

Charlock, Mustards, Shepherd’s

Purse, Saffron, Slender, Spear &

Variegated Thistles, Turnip

Weed, Wild Radish, Wild Turnip

All States

1.1 – 3.3L/ha

Apply to actively growing young weeds

before

sowing.

Observe

plant

back

periods given in the table on this leaflet.

Clover Sorrel

2.3L/ha plus

280 –

400mL/ha

Kamba 500

Apply

actively

growing

plants

autumn. Do not sow pasture seed for at

least 30 days after application.

2. FIELD CROPS

CROP/

SITUATION

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Wheat

Refer Weed Table

NSW, SA,

Vic, Qld,

Tas only

675mL –

2.9L/ha

Refer to

weed

table for

specific

rates in

each

state

Apply after the first node can be felt at the

base of a tiller and before swelling of the head

can be felt in a tiller (NSW, SA only).

Apply from tillering to boot stage (Vic only).

Apply from mid-tillering to before boot stage

(Qld only).

Apply at 5 leaf to fully tillered (Tas only).

Barley

Cereal Rye, Triticale

Oats

NSW, SA,

Vic, Qld,

only

Cereals: Wheat,

Oats, Barley

Cape Tulip

WA only

1.4L –

2.6L/ha

Apply from the 5 leaf stage up to jointing

stage (Zadoks 15-33).

Apply

after

leaf

stage

cranbrook, jacup, aroona and spear wheat

and mortlock oats to avoid possible damage.

DO NOT spray if lucerne is present.

WEED STAGE: 10-15cm. Docks should be

sprayed before 5 leaf stage. Cape tulip – low

rate for cormils only.

Dock, Saffron Thistle

2.3L/ha

Indian Hedge Mustard, London

Rocket, Lupin, Rapistrum, Wild

Radish

1.6L/ha

Wild Turnip

1.4L/ha

Capeweed, Doublegee,

Erodium, London Rocket, Lupin,

Mustard, Rapistrum, Wild

Radish, Wild Turnip

375mL/ha

plus

500mL/ha

Flowable

Diuron

500g/L

Apply when crop has 4-5 leaves and most

weeds have germinated and are in 2-5 leaf

stage. Crop and weeds should be dry at time

of application. Some temporary yellowing of

crop may occur after application. Undersown

sub-clovers

slightly

retarded.

NOT apply to undersown medics.

Wheat, Barley

Wild Radish

NSW, SA,

Vic only

165mL/ha

plus

850g/ha

Bayer

Tribunil

herbicide

Spray 2-6 weeks after sowing and not later.

crops

undersown

with

lucerne.

Fallow, Stubble Spray

prior to Direct Drilling

or Sowing

a) Winter Cereals

Refer Weed Table

Vic only

465mL –

2.9L/ha

Observe plant back periods given in the table

on this booklet. Can be mixed with Siege*,

Glean*, Gramoxone* or Spray Seed*

where

grasses are present.

For skeleton weed spraying should only be

done 6-8 weeks before anticipated sowing date

and subsequent cultivation limited to a minimum.

NSW only

1.2 –

3.5L/ha

b) Winter Cereals

and Maize,

Sweetcorn, Peanuts

Qld only

Maize, Sweetcorn

NSW, SA

only

1.2L –

2.3L/ha

Apply

when

crop

10-20cm

high

secondary roots are developing for an over

the top spray. When crop is between 20cm

high

and just before tasselling, spray

with

dropped

nozzles

avoid

chemical

being

sprayed into the whorl and on upper leaves.

Qld only

Apply

when

crop

10-30cm

high

secondary roots have developed. Use drop

nozzles and direct spray when crop exceeds

30cm in height and before tasselling.

Tas only

Apply when the crop is 15-30cm high. Do not

spray if the crop is showing signs of stress.

Some

leaf

twisting

occur

following

application – crop recovers quickly.

Sorghum

NSW, SA,

Vic only

Apply preferably when crop is at 3-6 fully

expanded leaf stage but can be sprayed from

2-8 leaf stage. From 6 leaf stage onwards to

within

weeks

flowering,

crop

sprayed

with

dropped

nozzles

avoid

chemical being sprayed into the whorl and on

upper leaves.

Qld only

(except

central Qld)

Apply when crop has 4 to 8 fully expanded

leaves and secondary roots have developed.

Millet

NSW, SA,

Vic only

1.2L –

2.3L/ha

Spray when secondary roots have developed,

when fully tillered and before heads start to

form at the base of the tillers. Do not use on

panarama or panicum.

Qld only

1.2L –

1.8L/ha

Maize, Sweetcorn,

Saccaline, Broom

Millet, Millet

Cape Tulip, Dock, Saffron

Thistle, Indian Hedge Mustard,

London Rocket, Lupin,

Rapistrum, Radish, Wild Turnip

WA only

2.3L/ha

Spray

when

crop

10-30cm

high

secondary roots have developed and before

tasselling. Apply as direct spray to weeds.

Grain Sorghum

Apply when crop is 12cm high. DO NOT apply

between tassel and dough stage. Avoid

spraying when in flower.

Sugar Cane

Bindy Eye (Starr Burr), Blue Top,

Cobblers Pegs, Fleabanes, Jute,

Leucas, Needle Burr, Spear

Thistle, Water Primrose, Ipomea

Vines, Convolvulus Vines

Qld only

3.6L –

7.3L/ha

Add 170mL Nufarm Surfactant 600* to 100L

of spray mixture. Agitate well.

DO NOT use on Q63, Q67, Q80 or Q96

varieties.

Chinese Mint, Blue Snakeweed

7.3L/ha

Peanuts

Broadleaf Weeds except

Noorgoora Burr, Grasses except

Mossman Burr

Qld only

3.6L or

7.5L/ha

LOWER RATE: Apply as BAND SPRAY as

soon as possible after planting in a 55cm

band.

HIGHER RATE: Apply as OVERALL SPRAY

after planting

and before crop

emergence.

Some crop damage may occur if heavy rain

falls

between

application

crop

emergence.

Harvest Aid or

Salvage Spray -

Winter Cereals

- Maize & Sorghum

Dessicate Broadleaf Weeds

Refer Weed Table

Qld &

NSW only

2.5 –

3.4L/ha

Apply after dough stage.

3. PASTURES, NON AGRICULTURAL, RIGHTS OF WAY, INDUSTRIAL, LAWNS

CROP/

SITUATION

WEEDS CONTROLLED

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Pastures & non

agricultural

Refer Weed Table

NSW,

Qld,

only

1.1 –

3.5L/ha

Pasture legumes including lucerne, clovers and medics

may be damaged unless well protected by grasses.

Spot spraying is preferred.

Pastures & non

agricultural

Amsinckia, Docks, Bindweed,

Caltrop, Flatweed, Spear

Thistle, Capeweed,

Doublegee, Saffron Thistle,

Mustard, Wild Radish, Wild

Turnip, Annual Thistles,

Paterson’s Curse

only

2.3L/ha

pastures not containing

legumes. Only seedling

docks,

spear

thistles

saffron

thistle

will

controlled.

Afghan Melons

3.3L/ha

plus

crop oil

Spray

when

plants

actively

growing

preferably

before flowering or vining.

Paddy Melons

1.6 –

2.3L/ha

Prickly Saltwort (Roly Poly)

3.3L/ha

Spray when plants are small.

Stinkwort

3.3L –

6.6L/ha

plus

surfact

Best results are obtained when plants are small. Use

high rate on larger plants.

Dove weed

6.6L/ha

Spray after good emergence of seedlings.

Pastures, Rights

of Way &

Industrial

Boxthorn, Boneseed, Hawthorn

Vic, SA

only

165mL/

water

Spot

spraying.

boneseed

only,

thoroughly

plants or seedlings.

Groundsel

NSW,

Qld, SA

only

2.0L/15

L water

MISTING: Lightly wet plants.

600mL/

100L

water

HIGH VOLUME: Thoroughly wet plants

500mL/

water

CUT STUMP: Swab the cut stump within one hour of

cutting. Apply by a pouring can or knapsack spray.

6 –

9.1L/ha

AERIAL

APPLICATION:

Spray

when

groundsel

actively growing.

Lantana

600mL/

100L

water

Use a coarse spray with sufficient pressure to penetrate

canopy and wet stems as well as foliage. Spray at the

end of a wet summer (March to May). Defoliation should

occur but respraying of new growth will be necessary in

the following Autumn. Broadcast grass seed and keep

stock

off following Summer to

allow

pasture

establish. Damage may result to pasture legumes.

Mother of Millions

only

825mL/

100L

water

Hand gun and Knapsack only: a thorough coverage of

leaves

plantlets

necessary.

Spraymate

Chemwet 1000* at the rate of 1.0mL of surfactant per

1L of mixture.

Pastures, Rights

of Way &

Industrial (cont.)

Noorgoora Burr, Weir Vine

(Ipomea)

only

330mL/

100L

water

In all cases apply to young, actively growing weeds,

ensuring thorough coverage.

* Spray rosette stage

Repeat spraying if necessary

Annual & Perennial Pigweed,

Artichoke Thistle, Bathurst

Burr, Billygoat Weed, Blue

Snake Weed, Burr Medic,

Clockweed*, Fleabanes,

Galvanised Burr, Hemlock,

Hoary Cress,

Kyalinga Weed

(Whisker Grass), Knobweed,

Milky Cotton Bushes,

Parthenium Weed, Paterson’s

Curse, Saffron Thistle, Star

Burr, Thornapple, Variegated

Thistle*

600mL/

100L

water

Rubber Vine

330mL/

water

Apply to freshly cut stump.

Pastures –

Spray/Graze

Techniques

Precaution: An increased quantity of poisonous plants

may be eaten by stock using spray-graze eg. caltrop,

capeweed, paterson’s curse and variegated thistle and

deaths

could

result

from

causes

such

nitrate

poisoning. With paterson’s curse, preferable graze stock

soon destined for slaughter and avoid extended period

of grazing. Avoid grazing with young or breeding stock.

Do not graze horses or pigs on paterson’s curse.

Amsinckia, Thistles,

Capeweed, Doublegee,

Mustard, Paterson’s Curse,

Wild Turnip, Wild Radish,

Docks, Geranium, Erodium

SA only

1.1L/ha

Apply from 6 weeks after opening rains in autumn until

the end of August. Seven days after spraying stock

paddock

times

normal

rate,

preferably

with

sheep. Maintain this level of grazing for 6 weeks or until

pastures show signs of over grazing. Then return to

normal

stocking

levels.

high

stoking

rates

following

spring

prevent

weeds

from

flowering.

Repeat treatments may be required for 2-3 years for

complete control.

Annual Thistles, Capeweed,

Doublegee, Mustards,

Paterson’s Curse, Turnip,

Saffron Thistle, Spear Thistle

Tas,

Vic only

Amsinckia, Docks (seedling

only), Capeweed, Doublegee,

Mustard, Wild Radish, Wild

Turnip, Pateson’s Curse,

Annual Thistles

only

1.3L/ha

Apply from 6 weeks after opening rains in autumn until

the end of August. Seven days after spraying stock

paddock

times

normal

rate,

preferably

with

sheep. Maintain this level of grazing for 6 weeks or until

pasture shows signs of over grazing. Then return to

normal

stocking

levels.

high

stocking

rates

following

spring

prevent

weeds

from

flowering.

Repeat treatments may be required for 2-3 years for

complete control.

Spear Thistle, Saffron Thistle

2.5L/ha

Apply to saffron thistle at the end of September when

plants are running up to flower. Sub-clovers may be

damaged at this rate and use is not recommended for

all medic pastures.

Melons

3.3L/ha

Heavy stocking on young plants sprayed with 750mL/ha

provides effective control.

Docks

Vic only

2.3L/ha

Apply

September

only

follow

other

recommendations above.

Caltrop, Capeweed, Charlock,

Mustards, Paterson’s Curse,

Shepherd’s Purse, Saffron,

Slender, Spear or Variegated

Thistle, Turnip Weed, Wild

Radish, Wild Turnip

only

600mL

2.3L/ha

Spray actively growing 6-8 week old weeds. Introduce

stock 7-10 days after spraying, preferably sheep (cattle

are less effective). Stocking rate should be at least 5

times

heavier

than

normal

until

weeds

have

been

reduced,

before

survival

desirable

pasture

species is threatened. Lucerne and medics may be

damaged and should be grazed short before spraying.

Other legumes may be affected.

Lawns

Refer Weed Table

WA &

only

3.4 –

6.8mL/

water

Wet foliage thoroughly.

4. SPOT SPRAYING

CROP/SITUATION

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

MIXING RATE/CRITICAL COMMENTS

High Volume

Spraying

Refer to Weed Table

States

Add 1/10

of rate on weed table to 150 litres of water.

Each 150 litres of mix will cover 1000m

(1/10

ha).

eg. If rate in weed table is 1.5L use 150mL/150L water.

Knapsack Application

Add 1/100

of rate on weed table to 10 litres of water.

Each 10 litres of mix will cover 100m

(1/100

ha).

eg. If rate in weed table is 1.5L use 15mL/10L water.

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: PASTURE, CEREAL CROPS – DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT STOCK FOOD FOR 7

DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

CROP HARVEST: NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

IN TASMANIA, THIS PRODUCT MAY ONLY BE USED FROM 15 APRIL TO 15 SEPTEMBER UNLESS

OTHERWISE PERMITTED BY THE REGISTRAR OF PESTICIDES.

WEED TABLE:

The rates listed in the Weed Table below are spot spraying rates for use in crop or pasture, or for use where

weeds only are present and no crop or pasture is involved.

NOTE: Where weeds are to be sprayed in a CROP or PASTURE (other than spot spraying) use only the rates

given for the particular crop or situation indicated under the Directions for Use.

WEED TABLE

Weeds

Application Rate per Hectare

Critical

Comments

Crop

Pasture

Vic

NSW

SA

Qld

Tas

WA

NSW, SA,

Qld, Tas only

Amaranthus spp.

1.1-2.3L

1.8L

Spray young

plants.

Apple of Peru

1.1-2.3L

1.8L

Spray young

plants. Susceptible

when young.

Bathurst Burr

1.6-2.3L

1.8L

1.6-2.3L

NOT SA

Spray seedlings

only.

Blackberry

Nightshade

1.1-2.3L

1.8L

California Burr

1.6-2.3L

1.8L

1.6-2.3L

NOT SA

Spray seedlings

only.

Cape Tulip

1.4-2.6L

Low rate for cormils

only.*

Capeweed

2.9L

3.5L

2.9L

3.4-5.8L

Spray seedlings to

rosette stage.

Caltrop

1.6-3.5L

1.8L

Moderately

susceptible.

Charlock

1.1-1.6L

1.1-2.3L

1.1L

2.9L

1.6-2.3L

Spray at rosette

stage.

Clover

2.5L

Common Ice Plant

2.3L

Docks

2.9L

2.9L

2.9L

2.9L

2.3L

6.6L

SA ONLY

Spray at multiple

leaf stage. –

effective only on

seedlings.

Fat Hen

1.2-3.5L

1.8L

2.9L

Spray pre-

flowering.

Fumitory - red

3.5L

Fumitory - white

1.6L

1.1L

Spray at multiple

leaf stage.

Hexham Scent /

Melilotus

2.9L

2.3L

2.9L

2.3-3.4L

Spray at multiple

leaf stage, before

seeding.

Hoary Cress

1.8-2.9L

2.3-3.4L

2.9L

2.9L

3-3.4L

Spray rosettes and

pre-flowering.

Hogweed / Wireweed

2.9L

2.9L

Spray at multiple

leaf (Vic). Spray at

seedling and young

plant stage (Qld).

Horehound

2.9L

4.6-6.6L

SA ONLY

Spray seedlings.

Khaki Weed

2.3-4.5L

NOT SA

Spray seedlings

only.

Lincoln Weed

3.4L

Spray early

rosettes.

London Rocket

1.6L

Lupins

1.6-3.4L

Mexican Poppy

2.9L

Spray seedlings –

plants become

more resistant with

age.

Mintweed

2.3L

1.8L

Spray seedlings –

resistant in later

stages.

Mustards

465mL-

1.1L

1.1-2.3L

1.1-

2.9L

1.8L

1.6L

1.1-2.3L

Spray at 2-4 leaf up

to rosette stage.

New Zealand Spinach

2.3-3.4L

Noogoora Burr

1.6-2.3L

1.8L

1.6-2.3L

NOT SA

Spray seedlings

only.

Paterson’s Curse

2.3-3.4L

2.9L

2.6L

3.4-4.6L

Spray rosettes or

before plants have

10 leaves. Later

stages harder to

kill.

Potato Weed

1.1-2.3L

1.8L

Rapeseed

1.6-3.4L

Rough Poppy

2.3L

Safflower

1.1-2.8L

Shepherds Purse

2.3-3.4L

2.9L

1.6-2.3L

Spray young

rosettes.

Skeleton Weed

2.9L

2.3-3.4L

2.9L

3-4.6L

Spray rosettes

before aerial

growth

commences.

Sorrel

2.9L

3.4L

2.9L

Only moderately

susceptible.

Speedwell-Ivy Leaf

2.3L

Spiny Emex

2.9L

Only young plants

are susceptible.

Stinkwort

1.6-2.8L

Storkbill / Erodium

2.9L

3.3-6.6L

Spray seedlings to

young rosettes.

Sunflower (seedlings)

2.9L

1.1-2.8L

1.8L

Thistle - Californian

1.2L

6.6-7.7L

Repeated

applications may

be necessary

(NSW, Tas only)

- Saffron

2.3L

1.1-2.8L

2.9L

2.9L

2.0L

2.3L

2.3-3.4L

Low rate only

sufficient to weeds

in crops at rosette

stage when

sprayed early.

- Slender/Shore

1.6-2.8L

2.9L

2.3L

Suppression only.

- Soldier

2.9L

2.3-3.3L

NOT NSW,

Spray young

rosettes.

- Spear

1.1L

2.9L

2.3-3.3L

Spray young

rosettes.

- Star

3.3-6.6L

SA ONLY

Use higher rate as

flower stalk

appears.

- Variegated

1.1-3.5L

1.8L

2.9L

2.3-3.4L

Spray at rosette

stage.

Thornapple

1.6-2.3L

3.3-5.0L

NOT SA

Spray seedlings

only.

Turnip Weed /

Rapistrum

1.1-2.3L

1.1L

1.6L

1.1-2.3L

Wards Weed

2.3L

Wild Cabbage

2.9L

Spray multiple

leaves.

Wild Poppy

1.1L

2.3-3.4L

Spray rosettes.

Wild Radish

2.9L

3.5L

2.9L

1.8L

2.9L

1.6L

1.6-2.3L

Spray up to young

rosette stage.

Wild Turnip

465mL-

1.1L

1.1-2.3L

660mL

2.9L

1.4L

1.1-2.3L

Spray 2-4 leaf up to

rosette stage.

Vetches / Tares

2.9L

2.3L

Spray at multiple

leaf stage.

PLANT BACK DAYS FOR KENSO AGCARE KEN-STAR 300

Crop

Rates

Up to 1.1L/ha

1.1-2.3L/ha

2.3-3.4L/ha

Balansa Clover

Barley %

Chickpeas #

Cotton

Faba Beans

Field Peas

Lentils

Linseed

Lucerne

Lupins +

Medic

Narbon Beans

Navybeans

Oats

Perennial Ryegrass

Persian Clover

Phalaris

Canola / Rapeseed #

Rice

Safflower #

Sorghum @

Soybean

Sub-Clover

Sunflower @

Tritical %

Vetch

Wheat %

White Clover

IMPORTANT:

WHEN APPLIED TO DRY SOILS AT LEAST 15mm (1/2 inch) OF RAIN MUST FALL PRIOR TO THE

COMMENCEMENT OF THE PLANT BACK PERIOD.

NOTES:

% In Queensland, no rainfall is required to fall prior to commencement of Plant Back Period for wheat, barley

and triticale.

# In Queensland, planting of canola / rapeseed, chickpeas and safflower must be delayed for at least 14 days

following rainfall of at least 15mm.

@ In Central Queensland, when using 1.6L/ha or less of Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300, the Plant Back Period for

sorghum and sunflower is 1 day irrespective of rainfall.

In WA the Plant Back Period for lupins at all rates is 28 days.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 is a water soluble liquid product with non-selective herbicidal activity

against broadleaf weeds.

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 will control emerged weeds only, and provides no residual control although

certain plant back periods should be observed.

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 is absorbed by plant foliage and accumulates to toxic levels in the regions of

growth and reproduction, upsetting the ability of plants to balance the synthesis and use of nutrients. Visible

effects are a gradual yellowing and wilting of the plants which advances to complete browning of above

ground growth and deterioration of root systems. Effects may not be apparent for 7-10 days or even up to

21 days under cold or cloudy conditions.

DO NOT treat weeds under poor growing or dormant conditions such as occur in drought, water-logging,

disease, insect damage, following frost, weeds heavily covered with dust or silt. Reduced results may also

occur if weeds are under stress from previous herbicide application.

Rainfall occurring up to 6 hours after application may reduce effectiveness.

CROP ESTABLISHMENT

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 is recommended as a herbicide additive to glyphosate for control of emerged

weeds prior to crop establishment. When Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 is applied prior to crop

establishment, certain Plant Back Periods should be observed to ensure that the herbicide has degraded

sufficiently to allow safe sowing of the intended crop. This process is largely influenced by moisture,

temperature and certain soil characteristics and may be delayed particularly when conditions are cold and

dry. Refer to the Plant Back Period table for specific information. In seasons of heavy weed growth, or where

the following conditions apply, it may be necessary to further delay sowing until a suitable seedbed can be

formed. Conditions which can delay crop germination and seedling development include; Heavy green or

decaying weed growth incorporated into the soil; Soil compaction or crusting; Cold and wet soils; Deep

seeding; Prior use of residual or pre-emergent herbicides. To minimise these effects it is suggested that; Weed

bulk be reduced by grazing and cultivating to leave trash on the surface to dry out; A friable seedbed be

produced by cultivation, where necessary; The use of pre-emergent herbicides to be avoided if they might

contribute to reduced germination; A correct seeding depth be used. The preferred alternative is to spray early

to control any weeds in their less advanced stages and ensure the seedbed is in a suitable condition for early

sowing when soil temperatures are not excessively cold.

APPLICATION

BOOM EQUIPMENT

Application

Kenso

Agcare

Ken-Star

/Glyphosate

mixtures

spray

volumes

25-100

L/ha

is recommended.

When SIEGE*, GLEAN* or ALLY* ASSOCIATE* are included in the mixture a minimum spray volume of 30 L/

ha is

recommended.

When

Simazine is included

the mixture

a minimum

spray

volume of

ha is recommended. Flat fan nozzle equipment is recommended using pressures in the range 240-280

kPa. Boom height must be set to ensure double overlap of nozzle patterns at the top of the weed canopy.

AERIAL EQUIPMENT

Application of Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300/Glyphosate mixtures using boom equipment should occur in

a minimum spray volume of 15 L/ha. Swath width should be 15-17 metres.

Application under hot conditions: High temperature and/or low relative humidity cause excessive evaporation

of spray droplets which may reduce results.

DO NOT apply by aircraft when temperature is above 35

DO NOT use in intensive horticultural cropping areas. Thoroughly wash aircraft, especially landing gear

after each day of spraying to remove herbicide residues.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

Spray solutions of Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 and Glyphosate should be mixed, stored and applied only

in stainless steel, aluminium, brass, copper, fibreglass, plastic-lined containers. Do not mix, store or apply

spray solutions in galvanised steel or unlined steel (except stainless steel) containers or spray tanks. Kenso

Agcare Ken-Star 300/Glyphosate spray solutions may react with such containers and tanks to produce

hydrogen gas which may form a highly combustible gas mixture that can flash or explode if ignited by

open flame, spark, welder’s torch, lighted cigarette or other ignition source.

Thoroughly clean all equipment after use either by using hot soapy water or 1% solution of ammonia followed

by several clean water rinses or use Spraymate Tank & Equipment Cleaner. If using Sulfonylurea

herbicides (SIEGE*, GLEAN* or ALLY* ASSOCIATE*), follow decontamination procedures detailed on those

product labels.

COMPATIBILITY

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 is compatible in tank mixes with Ken-Up herbicides and Roundup*

herbicides, Kamba 500*, Siege*, Glean*, Ally* Associate*, Simazine Flowable, Simazine DF, Nutrazine

Flowable, Nutrazine DF, Sprayseed*, Chlorpyrifos 500EC, Dimethoate, Le Mat*/Comrad* and Imidan*.

SURFACTANT ADDITION

DO NOT add surfactant excepting in conservation tillage where the product is to be tank-mixed with Ken-Up

450 CT. In this situation always add either a non-ionic surfactant (eg. Spraymate Activator*) or the

acidifying surfactant LI-700* in accordance with label directions on the Ken-Up

450 CT product.

Use LI-700* with Ken-Up 450 CT if insecticides will be included in the tank mixture or if faster brownout of

weeds is required.

DO NOT mix with spraying oils, or any other materials or agricultural chemicals except as directed on this label.

DO NOT use LI-700* or Bonus* if sulfonylurea herbicides (Siege*, Glean*, Ally* Associate*) are included in the

spray mixture.

TANK MIXTURES

The Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 directions for use on this label are designed to be used as a tank mixture with

Ken-Up 450 CT, Round-Up CT*. However as shown in the compatibility and surfactant addition sections of this

label, it is possible to extend/improve weed control to include other foliage applied and/or residual herbicides and

adjuvants.

A mixture of Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 and Glyphosate may be tank mixed with the following herbicides,

insecticides and adjuvants where recommended in the Directions for Use tables. Read and follow all label

directions, restraints and plant back periods, withholding periods and safety directions for the tank mix products.

Kamba 500* - For improved control of Sow Thistle. Observe any regional use restrictions

Siege*, Glean* - Will provide control for a wide range of broadleaf weeds and grasses.

Ally* Associate* - For improved knockdown control of Yellow Burrweed (Amsinckia), Volunteer Chickpeas,

Chickweed, Common Sowthistle, Cut-leaf Mignonette, Deadnettle, Faba beans, Mallee Catchfly, Soursob,

Stagger Weed, Wild Garlic. Ally* Associate* does not provide residual in-crop weed control.

INSECTICIDES

Chlorpyrifos 500EC, Dimethoate, Imidan* and Le Mat*/Comrad* can be introduced into the tank mix for specific

control to prevent insect damage to emerging crops.

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 mixes readily with water.

Ensure the spray tank is free of any residue of previous spray materials.

Fill the spray tank with clean water to one half of the required amount and start agitation. Do not use

mechanical agitators as these may cause excessive foaming when herbicides are added.

Where either Bonus* or LI-700* acidifying surfactant is recommended at either 100mL or 300mL/100L,

add to tank through top mesh screen.

Add recommended herbicide additive/insecticide to spray tank and mix thoroughly.

Add Kenso Agcare Ken-Star 300 and mix thoroughly.

Add Ken-Up 450 CT and the remaining water.

When non-ionic surfactant is used, add near the end of the filling process to minimise foaming.

Always maintain adequate agitation during application and use the tank mix promptly.

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MATERIALSAFETYDATASHEET

SECTION1 –IDENTIFICATIONOF THECHEMICAL PRODUCTANDCOMPANY

Product Name: KensoAgcareKen-Star300 Herbicide

Product Type: GroupI Herbicide

CompanyName: Kenso Corporation(M) Sdn Bhd

Address: Unit 3C, 59, Oxford Street,BulimbaQueensland 4171

Telephone Number: (07)32179788

FacsimileNumber: (07)32179733

EmergencyTelephone Number: 000 (Police orFire Brigade)

13 11 26 (Poisons InformationCentre)

Use: For thecontrolofemergedbroadleafweedsprior to sowing

cropsand pasturesin conservationtillage andfor selective

weed controlin variouscrops.

SECTION2 –HAZARDSIDENTIFICATION

HazardClassification:Hazardousaccordingtocriteria ofNOHSC Australia.

RiskPhrase(s): R22 Harmfulifswallowed.

R36/38Irritatingtoeyesand skin.

SafetyPhrase(s): S20When using, do noteat anddrink.

24/25Avoid contact withskin andeyes.

SUSDPClassification:S5

ADGClassification: Noneallocated.Not adangerousgood.

UN Number: Noneallocated.

EmergencyOverview

PhysicalDescription& colour: Clearreddish brown liquid.

Odour:Ammoniacalodour.

MajorHealthHazards:TheoralLD

of2,4-Drangesfrom375to666mg/kgintherate,370mg/kginmice,

andfromlessthan320to1000mg/kginguineapigs.ThedermalLD

valuesare1500mg/kginratsand

1400mg/kginrabbits,respectively.Inhumans,prolongedbreathingof2,4-Dcausescoughing,burning,

dizziness,andtemporarylossofmusclecoordination.Othersymptomsofpoisoningcanbefatigueand

weaknesswithpossiblenausea.Onrareoccasionsfollowinghighlevelsofexposure,therecanbe

inflammationofthe nerve endingswithmuscular effects.

PotentialHealthEffects

HealthEffects No LD

information is available forthis product.

Acute:

Swallowed: Harmful

Eye: Causeirritation

Skin: Cause irritation

Inhaled: Irritationtorespiratorysystem

Chronic:

Not available

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SECTION3 –COMPOSITION/INFORMATIONONINGREDIENTS

Ingredients CASnumber Proportion

2,4D isopropylaminesalt 5742-17-6 30 % w/v

Inert ingredient secret To 100% w/v

SECTION4 –FIRSTAIDMEASURES

Swallowed Ifswallowed,andifmorethan15minutesfromahospitalinducevomiting,

preferablyusingIpecacSyrupAPF. Seekmedicaladvice immediately.

Eye Holdtheeyesandflushimmediatelywithplentyofwater.Seekmedicaladvice

ifirritationdevelops.

Skin Removecontaminatedclothingandwashaffectedareasorskinwithsoapand

water. Seekmedicaladvice ifirritationdevelops.

Inhaled Remove to fresh air, keep warmand at rest. Give artificialrespirationor oxygen

ifbreathingisshallowor stopped.Getmedicalattentionimmediately.

AdvicetoDoctor:

Treatment issymptomatic.

SECTION5 –FIREFIGHTINGMEASURES

Fire/ExplosionHazard

Dangerous decompositionor CombustionProducts

Thermal decomposition

Carbondioxide,andifcombustionisincomplete,carbonmonoxideandsmoke.Nitrogenanditscompounds,

andundersomecircumstances,oxidesofnitrogen.Occasionallyhydrogencyanidegas.Oxidesofsulphur

(sulphurdioxideisarespiratoryhazard)andothersulphurcompounds.Most willhave afoulodour. Hydrogen

chloridegas,othercompoundsofchlorine.Water.Carbonmonoxidepoisoningproducesheadache,

weakness,nausea,dizziness,confusion,dimnessofvision,disturbanceofjudgment,andunconsciousness

followedbycomaanddeath.Hydrogencyanidepoisoningsignsandsymptomsareweakness,dizziness,

headache,nausea,vomiting,coma,convulsions,anddeath.Deathresultsfromrespiratoryarrest.Hydrogen

cyanidegasactsveryrapidly; symptomsand deathcanbothoccur quickly.

Incompatibilities

Strong acids, strong bases, strong oxidisingagents.

Hazardous decompositionproducts

Noneknown

Hazardous reactions

Noneknown

ExtinguishingMedia

Extinguish fire withfoam, drypowder, carbondioxideor waterspray/fog.

SECTION6 –ACCIDENTAL RELEASEMEASURES

Spills& Disposal

Minorspillsdonot normallyneedanyspecialcleanup measures. Inthe event ofamajor spill, prevent spillage

fromenteringdrainsorwatercourses.Asaminimum,wearoveralls,gogglesandgloves.Suitablematerials

forprotectiveclothingincluderubber,PVC.Stopleakifsafetodoso,andcontainspill.Sweepupandshovel

orcollectrecoverableproductintolabelledcontainersforrecyclingorsalvage,anddisposeofpromptly.After

spills,washareapreventingrunofffromenteringdrains.Ifasignificantquantityofmaterialentersdrains,

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adviseemergencyservices.Fulldetailsregardingdisposalofusedcontainers,spillageandunusedmaterial

maybefoundonthelabel.IfthereisanyconflictbetweenthisMSDSandthelabel,instructionsonthelabel

prevail.Ensurelegalityofdisposalbyconsultingregulationspriortodisposal.Thoroughlylaunderprotective

clothingbeforestorageorre-use.Adviselaundryofnatureofcontaminationwhensendingcontaminated

clothingtolaundry.

SECTION7 –HANDLINGANDSTORAGE

Storage

Storeintheclosed,originalcontainerinawell-ventilatedarea.Donotstoreforprolongedperiodsindirect

sunlight.

Transport

Considerednon-hazardousbyAustralianCode for theTransport ofDangerousGoodsbyRoad andRail.

SECTION8 –EXPOSURECONTROLSANDPERSONAL PROTECTION

ExposureStandards:

Noneestablished for formulated product

Ingredient TWAmg/m 3

2,4-D Acid 10

EngineeringControls:

Wellventilated

PersonalProtection:

Avoidcontactwitheyesandskin.Donotinhalespraymist.Whenpreparingspraysolution,wearPVC/rubber

apronorcottonoverallsbuttonedtotheneckandwrist,elbow-lengthPVCglovesandgogglesorface-shield.

Afteruseandbeforeeating,drinkingandsmoking,washhands,armsandfacethoroughlywithsoapand

water. After each day’suse,wash gloves, face andcontaminatedclothing.

SECTION9 –PHYSICAL ANDCHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Form: Liquid

Colour: Clearreddish brownliquid

Odour: Ammoniacalodour

Boilingpoint(

C): About100 0

C

VapourPressure: 16mmHg (water)

SpecificDensity: 1.10+0.01

Flashpoint: Nonflammable

FlammabilityLimits: Non flammable

Solubilityin Water: Completelysoluble

SECTION10 –STABILITYANDREACTIVITY

HazardousPolymerization

Hazardouspolymerisationisnot possible.

MaterialstoAvoid

Reactionoftheconcentrateorspraymixwithacidswillprecipitatesolid 2,4-Dacid andlargelyde-activatethe

productandcauseblockagesinsprayequipment.Theadditionofastrongalkalisuchascausticsodawill

causereleaseofmono-isopropylaminevapour.Mono-isopropylamineismoderatelytoxic,LD50(oral,rat)is

820 mg/kg andaTLVof5ppm(TWA)hasbeenset.

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SECTION11 –TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

ToxicityData:

Triasulfuron

AcuteoralLD

for rats: >500 mg/kg

AcutedermalLD

for rats: >2000mg/kg

AcuteinhalationLC

: >5.18mg/L/4hr

EffectsonBirds:Triasulfuronhasverylowaviantoxicity.TheoralL

D50 valueforquailandducksisgreater

than 2150 mg/kg

EffectsonAquaticOrganisms:Thechemicalhasverylowtoxicitytoaquaticorganisms.96-hourL

C50

valuesaregreaterthan100mg/linrainbowtrout,carp,catfish,sheepsheadminnowandbluegillsunfish.96

hour toxicitytestswiththefreshwaterinvertebrate Daphnia magnaresultedin aL

C50 ofgreaterthan100 mg/l.

EffectsonOtherAnimals:TriasulfuronhasverylowacutetoxicitytohoneybeeswithatopicalL D50 of

greaterthan100µg/bee.TheL

C50 forearthwormsisgreaterthan1,000mg/kgsoil(14day).TheE

C50 (5-

14day)forAlgaeareasfollows:forSelenastrum0.035,forScenedesmus0.77,forAnabaena1.7andfor

Navicula>100mg/L

Environmentalfate:

Animals:Inanimals,mainlyexcretedintheurineinunchangedform.DT 50 inforageisabout3days.Instraw

and grain,noresidueswere detectable at harvest time.

Soil/environment:Thedegradationbehaviourinsoilisdeterminedbythesoiltype,pHandespecially

temperatureandmoisturecontent.Fieldstudieswithsiltyloam,clayloamandsandyloamshowedamedian

T50 of19days, varyingwithsoiltype.

SECTION12 –ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

KnownHarmfulEffects ontheEnvironment

2,4-D productsdonot appeartopose anythreat tobirds.

2,4-Dproductsdonotappeartoposeanythreattofishorotheraquaticorganismsotherthaninveryhigh

concentrations.

Acute Toxicity-Fish

(96hr)for (rainbowtrout) is>100 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity-Daphnia

(48hr)for (daphnia) is184 mg/lfor 2,4-D (2,4-dichlorophenoxyaceticacid)

dimethylaminesalt.

Acute Toxicity –OtherOrganisms

Not toxictobees.

for (mallard duck)is>500 mg/kg

SECTION13 –DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Disposal:Instructionsconcerningthedisposalofthisproductanditscontainersaregivenontheproduct

label. These should be carefullyfollowed.

SECTION14 –TRANSPORTINFORMATION

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UN Number: NoneAllocated

ProperShippingName: NoneAllocated

ADGClass: NoneAllocated

Hazchem Code: NoneAllocated

PackingGroup: NoneAllocated

SECTION15 –REGULATORYINFORMATION

Poisonschedule S5

Packaging& CAUTION

Labelling KEEPOUTOFREACH OFCHILDREN

READ SAFETYDIRECTIONSBEFOREOPENINGOR USING

AICS(Australia) AllofthecomponentsinthisproductarelistedontheAustralianInventoryof

ChemicalSubstances.

SECTION16 –OTHERINFORMATION

ThisMSDScontains onlysafety-related information. Forotherdata seeproduct literature.

Acronyms:

ADGCode AustralianCode for theTransport ofDangerousGoodsbyRoad andRail

AICS AustralianInventoryofChemicalSubstances

CASnumber ChemicalAbstractsService RegistryNumber

Hazchem Number Emergencyactioncodeofnumbersandlettersthatprovideinformationto

emergencyservicesespeciallyfirefighters

IARC InternationalAgencyfor Research on Cancer

NOHSC NationalOccupationalHealthand SafetyCommission

SUSDP Standard for theUniformSchedulingofDrugs&Poisons

UN Number UnitedNationsNumber

CONTACTPOINT:

Police and Fire Brigade: Dial 000

NationalPoisons InformationCentre: Dial 131126(fromanywherein Australia)

For24houremergencyresponse: Dial 0439933 556

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