BASAGRAN POST-EMERGENCE

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • BASAGRAN POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Aqueous
  • Units in package:
  • 5L, 20L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical
  • Manufactured by:
  • BASF AUSTRALIA

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • BASAGRAN POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • LEGUME CROP
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group C Herbicide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • ANODA WEED | APPLE-OF-PERU | BATHURST BURR | BELLVINE | BLACK BINDWEED | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | COBBLER'S PEGS | CORN SPURRY | FAT HEN | FUMITORY | GROUND OR ANNUAL GROUND CHERRY | HAIRY WANDERING JEW | HEDGE OR WILD MUSTARD | NOOGOORA BURR | SHEPHERD'S PURSE | STARBURR | THORNAPPLE | VARIEGATED THISTLE | WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED | WILD TURNIP | ANNUAL BINDWEED | ANNUAL GOOSEBERRY | BILDERDYKIA CONVOLVULUS | BLACK NIGHTSHADE | BLESSED THISTLE | BRASSICA CAMPESTRIS | BRASSICA RAPA SSP. SYLVESTRIS | BRASSICA RAPA VAR. SYLVESTRIS | BUCKWHEAT | BULL THISTLE | CABBAGE THISTLE | CARDUUS MARIANUS | CASTOR OIL (FALSE) | CLIMBING BUCKWHEAT | COCKLEBURR | CONYZA SPP. | CRAMBLING MUSTARD | DATURA FEROX | DATURA METELOIDES | DATURA STRAMONIUM | DATURA TATULA | FALSE CASTOR OIL | GOOSEBERRY | HEDGE MUSTARD | HOLY THISTLE | IVY VINE | JOINTED CHARLOCK | LADY'S THISTLE | MILK THISTLE | PHYSALIS ANGULATA | PINK WEED | POLYGONUM CONVOLVULUS | PURPLE FLOWERED THORNAPPLE | RADISH (WILD) | SPOTTED THISTLE | SPURREY | ST MARY'
  • Product summary:
  • For selective post-emergence control of certain broadleaf weeds in green (dwarf french) beans, navy (haricot) beans, peanuts, red kidney beans, red mexican beans and soybeans.Do NOT apply under hot, dry conditions. See also CROP SAFETY etc. on label.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31608/61795
  • Authorization date:
  • 24-06-2014
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

Patient Information leaflet: composition, indications, side effects, dosage, interactions, adverse reactions, pregnancy, lactation

BASAGRAN

POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Label Page

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

BASAGRAN

POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 480 g/L BENTAZONE (present as sodium salt)

For selective post-emergence control of certain broadleaf weeds in Green (Dwarf French) Beans,

Navy (Haricot) Beans, Peanuts, Red Kidney Beans, Red Mexican Beans and Soybeans as per the

DIRECTIONS FOR USE table in the attached LABEL LEAFLET

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED LABEL LEAFLET BEFORE USE

CONTENTS: 5, 20 Litres

BASF Australia Ltd ABN 62 008 437 867

Level 12, 28 Freshwater Place Southbank VICTORIA 3006

® Registered trademark of BASF

APVMA Approval No.: 31608/61795

GROUP

C

HERBICIDE

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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RLP

APPROVED

BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the product or used containers.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

Do NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from spraying equipment which could be expected to cause spray to

drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or pasture.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a well-ventilated area, as cool as possible. Do NOT store for prolonged periods

in direct sunlight. Triple or (preferably) pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. Do NOT

dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. Break, crush, puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority landfill. If not

available, bury the containers below 500 mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, vegetation and roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

May irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking,

wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water.

FIRST AID

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

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed in the Material Safety Data Sheet.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

All conditions and warranties rights and remedies implied by law or arising in contract or tort whether due to the

negligence of BASF Australia Ltd or otherwise are hereby expressly excluded so far as the same may legally be done

provided however that any rights of the Buyer pursuant to non- excludable conditions or warranties of the Trade

Practices Act 1974 or any relevant legislation of any State are expressly preserved but the liability of BASF Australia Ltd

or any intermediate Seller pursuant thereto shall be limited if so permitted by the said legislation to the replacement of

the goods sold or the supply of equivalent goods and all liability for indirect or consequential loss or damage of

whatsoever nature is expressly excluded. This product must be used or applied strictly in accordance with the

instructions appearing hereon. This product is solely sold for use in Australia and must not be exported without the prior

written consent of BASF Australia Ltd.

THIS PRODUCT IS NOT CLASSIFIED AS A DANGEROUS GOOD UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN CODE FOR THE

TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD AND RAIL.

FOR SPECIALIST ADVICE IN AN EMERGENCY ONLY PHONE 1800 803 440 TOLL FREE-ALL HOURS-AUSTRALIA

WIDE

APVMA Approval No: 31608/61795

Copyright 2014

= Registered trademark of BASF

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

BASF Australia Ltd

ABN 62 008 437 867

Level 12, 28 Freshwater Place

Southbank VICTORIA 3006

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

BASAGRAN

POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 480 g/L BENTAZONE (present as sodium salt)

For selective post-emergence control of certain broadleaf weeds in Green (Dwarf French) Beans,

Navy (Haricot) Beans, Peanuts, Red Kidney Beans, Red Mexican Beans and Soybeans as per the

DIRECTIONS FOR USE table in the attached LABEL LEAFLET

IMPORTANT: READ THIS LEAFLET BEFORE USE

CONTENTS: 5, 20 Litres

BASF Australia Ltd ABN 62 008 437 867

Level 12, 28 Freshwater Place Southbank VICTORIA 3006

® Registered trademark of BASF

APVMA Approval No.: 31608/61795

GROUP

C

HERBICIDE

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

RESTRAINTS

Do NOT apply under hot, dry conditions.

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE/

ha

WHP

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Broad beans

Black bindweed

(Polygonum

only

weeks

Apply when weeds are less than

two true leaves.

convolvulus),

blackberry nightshade

(Solanum nigrum),

corn spurry

Apply when broad bean plants are

at the two leaf stage or earlier and

weeds are less than 5 cm high.

(Spergula arvensis),

fat hen

(Chenopodium album),

fumitory

Ensure weeds are less than 5 cm

high, and broad bean plants are

developed past the two leaf stage.

(Fumaria muralis),

hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium officinale),

shepherd’s purse

(Capsella bursa-pastoris),

wild radish

(Raphanus raphanistrum),

wild turnip

(Brassica rapa

campestris)

Sequential applications may be

necessary to achieve satisfactory

weed control, but no more than

two applications should be used

and the total rate applied should

not exceed 3 L/ha. The addition of

a non-ionic surfactant such as

BS1000 at 125 mL per 100 litres of

the spray volume is necessary for

optimum weed control.

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

Green beans

(Dwarf

Thornapples

(Datura spp.)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic,

1.5 L

or 2 L

weeks

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 4 leaves and high

rate when 5 to 8 leaves.

French)

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium pungens)

only

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 3 leaves and high

rate when 4 to 6 leaves.

Annual ground cherry

(Physalis angulata),

Apple of Peru

(Nicandra physalodes),

bellvine

(Ipomea plebeia),

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 4 leaves. Variegated thistle

should be less than 15 cm in

diameter. Annual ground cherry

should be less than 1.5 cm high.

Cobblers pegs

(Bidens pilosa),

star burr

(Acanthospermum

hispidum),

variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Control of bellvine may be

inconsistent if soil is dry.

Anoda weed

(Anoda cristata),

hairy wandering jew

(Commelina

benghalensis)

only

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 3 leaves.

Blackberry nightshade

(Solanum nigrum),

Tas only

Apply when unifoliate bean leaf is

fully expanded.

black bindweed

(Polygonum convolvulus),

Apply when first trifoliate bean leaf

is fully expanded.

corn spurry

(Spergula arvensis),

fumitory

Ensure weeds are less than 5 cm

high and second trifoliate bean

leaf is fully expanded.

(Fumaris muralis),

fat hen

Vic, SA

only

Ensure weeds are less than 5 cm

high.

(Chenopodium album),

hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium officinale),

shepherd’s purse

(Capsella bursa-pastoris),

wild turnip

(Brassica rapa

campestris),

wild radish

(Raphanus raphanistrum)

If product is applied prior to the full

expansion of the second trifoliate

leaf, sequential applications may

be necessary to achieve

satisfactory weed control, but no

more than two applications should

be used and the total rate applied

should not exceed 3 L/ha. The

addition of a non-ionic surfactant

such as BS1000 at 125 mL per

100 litres of the spray volume is

necessary for optimum weed

control.

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

Navy beans

(Haricot)

Thornapples

(Datura spp.)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic,

1.5 L

or 2 L

8 weeks

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 4 leaves and high

rate when 5 to 8 leaves.

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium pungens)

Only

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 3 leaves and high

rate when 4 to 6 leaves.

Annual ground cherry

(Physalis angulata),

apple of Peru

(Nicandra physalodes),

bellvine

(Ipomea plebeia),

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 4 leaves. Variegated thistle

should be less than 15 cm in

diameter. Annual ground cherry

should be less than 1.5 cm high.

cobblers pegs

(Bidens pilosa),

star burr

(Acanthospermum

hispidum),

variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Control of bellvine may be

inconsistent if soil is dry.

Anoda weed

(Anoda cristata),

hairy wandering jew

(Commelina

benghalensis)

only

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 3 leaves.

Blackberry nightshade

(Solanum nigrum), black

bindweed

(Polygonum convolvulus),

corn spurry

(Spergula arvensis),

fumitory

(Fumaris muralis),

fat hen

(Chenopodium album),

hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium officinale),

shepherd’s purse

(Capsella bursa-pastoris),

wild turnip

(Brassica rapa

campestris),

wild radish

(Raphanus raphanistrum)

Vic,

Tas,

only

Ensure weeds are less than 5

cm high.

The addition of a non-ionic

surfactant such as BS1000 at

125 mL per 100 litres of the

spray volume is necessary for

optimum weed control in

Tasmania.

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(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

Peanuts

Thornapples

(Datura spp.)

only

1.5 L

or 2 L

21 days

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 4 leaves and high

rate when 5 to 8 leaves.

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium pungens)

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 3 leaves and high

rate when 4 to 6 leaves.

Annual ground cherry

(Physalis angulata),

apple of Peru

(Nicandra physalodes),

bellvine

(Ipomea plebeia),

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 4 leaves. Variegated thistle

should be less than 15 cm in

diameter. Annual ground cherry

should be less than 1.5 cm high.

cobblers pegs

(Bidens pilosa),

star burr

(Acanthospermum

hispidum),

variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Control of bellvine may be

inconsistent if soil is dry.

Anoda weed

(Anoda cristata),

hairy wandering jew

(Commelina

benghalensis)

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 3 leaves.

Red kidney

beans,

red mexican

Thornapples

(Datura spp.)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic,

1.5 L

or 2 L

8 weeks

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 4 leaves and high

rate when 5 to 8 leaves.

beans

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium pungens)

only

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 3 leaves and high

rate when 4 to 6 leaves.

Annual ground cherry

(Physalis angulata),

apple of Peru

(Nicandra physalodes),

bellvine

(Ipomea plebeia),

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 4 leaves. Variegated thistle

should be less than 15 cm in

diameter. Annual ground cherry

should be less than 1.5 cm high.

cobblers pegs

(Bidens pilosa),

star burr

(Acanthospermum

hispidum),

variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Control of bellvine may be

inconsistent if soil is dry.

Anoda weed

(Anoda cristata),

hairy wandering jew

(Commelina

benghalensis)

only

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 3 leaves.

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

Soybeans

Thornapples

(Datura spp.)

Qld,

NSW,

Vic,

1.5 L or

weeks

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 4 leaves and high

rate when 5 to 8 leaves.

Noogoora burr

(Xanthium pungens)

only

Apply low rate when weeds are

cotyledon to 3 leaves and high

rate when 4 to 6 leaves.

Annual ground cherry

(Physalis angulata),

Apple of Peru

(Nicandra physalodes),

bellvine

(Ipomea plebeia),

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 4 leaves. Variegated thistle

should be less than 15 cm in

diameter. Annual ground cherry

should be less than 1.5 cm high.

Cobblers pegs

(Bidens pilosa),

star burr

(Acanthospermum

hispidum),

variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Control of bellvine may be

inconsistent if soil is dry.

Anoda weed

(Anoda cristata),

hairy wandering jew

(Commelina

benghalensis)

only

Apply when weeds are cotyledon

to 3 leaves.

Bathurst burr

(Xanthium spinosum) and

blackberry nightshade

(Solanum nigrum)

(SUPPRESSION ONLY)

only

2 L plus

2 L of

D-C-

Trate

Advance

Spray

Adjuvant

per ha

Apply as a post-emergent spray

no later than early

4 leaf stage of the weeds.

NOT

TO

BE

USED

FOR

ANY

PURPOSE,

OR

IN

ANY

MANNER,

CONTRARY

TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIODS

PEANUTS: Do NOT harvest for 21 days after application.

BROAD BEANS, GREEN BEANS: Do NOT harvest for 5 weeks after application.

NAVY BEANS, RED KIDNEY BEANS, RED MEXICAN BEANS, SOYBEANS: Do NOT harvest for 8 weeks after

application

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

RESISTANCE WARNING

GROUP

C

HERBICIDE

BASAGRAN Post-emergence Herbicide is a member of the benzothiadiazole group of herbicides. BASAGRAN is a

herbicide which inhibits photosynthesis at photosystem II. For weed resistance management BASAGRAN is a Group C

herbicide. Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to BASAGRAN, and other herbicides which inhibit

photosynthesis at photosystem II, 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 BASAGRAN or other Group C herbicides. Since occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect

prior to use, BASF Australia Ltd accepts no liability for any losses that may result from the failure of BASAGRAN to control

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

resistant weeds.

APPLICATION

Ground Application: BASAGRAN is a contact herbicide and therefore thorough coverage of the foliage of weeds is

essential. To obtain thorough coverage BASAGRAN should be applied through properly calibrated and maintained

spray equipment at a volume of 220 to 440 L water per ha and pressure of 240 to 340 kPa. Coverage will be reduced if

weeds are being shaded by the crop or by any other factors such as drift or dusty leaves that prevent the herbicide

reaching target leaves. Best results will be obtained when conditions favour rapid growth.

Aerial Application: (Read instructions for Ground Application first)

Apply with aircraft fitted with either conventional boom and nozzles or with Micronair rotary atomizers flying between 3 to

4 metres above the ground. Booms should be fitted with D8 to D12 nozzles and calibrated to apply at least 50 L/ha with

overlapping swaths to prevent striping. Micronairs should be calibrated to apply at least 35 L/ha with droplets between

200 to 250 microns and swaths overlapping to prevent striping. Avoid droplets smaller than 200 micron as they are

susceptible to evaporation.

Do NOT APPLY under hot and dry conditions. Best results are obtained from late afternoon or early morning spraying.

Do NOT APPLY under strong or gusty wind conditions (more than 5 knots) as striping will occur.

Split Applications: Weeds do not all germinate at once and application should not be delayed to catch later

germinations. When late germinations of weeds occur a second application is advisable before the crop canopy closes.

The Effects of Stress and Weather: Application is not recommended to crops suffering from stress induced by

drought, water logging, hail damage, frost or injury from other pesticides or crop injury may occur. Such stress

conditions may also harden weeds making them more difficult to kill.

BASAGRAN is a water soluble concentration and hot, dry conditions may cause spray to evaporate reducing covering

and the performance on weeds. Rain within eight hours of spraying is likely to reduce the effectiveness of BASAGRAN

resulting in poor weed control.

Wetting Agent: In Tasmania (only) a non-ionic wetting agent such as BS1000 at 125 mL per 100 litres of the volume

should be added when BASAGRAN is sprayed on navy (Haricot) beans and green (Dwarf French) beans. In general,

the addition of wetter does not improve control of weeds in other areas. However, with less susceptible weeds or if

spray coverage is less than optimum the addition of BS1000 may improve control.

MIXING

BASAGRAN mixes readily with water. Add the required amount of BASAGRAN to the spray tank when filling and

agitate to give even mixing.

COMPATIBILITY

BASAGRAN can be applied after pre-planting application of trifluralin or EPTC

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Do NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the product or used containers.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

Do NOT apply under meteorological conditions or from spraying equipment which could be expected to cause spray to

drift onto nearby susceptible plants, adjacent crops, crop lands or pasture.

CROP SAFETY

Green beans, navy beans, red kidney beans, red mexican beans: Beans are tolerant of BASAGRAN after the first

two trifoliate leaves are fully expanded. There may be leaf scorch but this will not affect yields. Do NOT apply unless

two trifoliate leaves are present except as per directions for use in Tasmania on green beans or severe damage may

result. When used in Tasmania do not apply after flower bud formation.

Peanuts: Apply after the crop is 12 cm high.

Soybeans: Soybeans are tolerant of BASAGRAN at all stages of growth. Mild leaf scorching may occur but will not

affect yield.

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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BASAGRAN® POST-EMERGENCE HERBICIDE Leaflet

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a well-ventilated area, as cool as possible. Do NOT store for prolonged periods

in direct sunlight. Triple or (preferably) pressure rinse containers before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. Do NOT

dispose of undiluted chemicals on-site. Break, crush, puncture and bury empty containers in a local authority landfill. If not

available, bury the containers below 500 mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, vegetation and roots. Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

May irritate the eyes and skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking,

wash hands, arms and face thoroughly with soap and water.

FIRST AID

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

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

Additional information is listed in the Material Safety Data Sheet.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

All conditions and warranties rights and remedies implied by law or arising in contract or tort whether due to the

negligence of BASF Australia Ltd or otherwise are hereby expressly excluded so far as the same may legally be done

provided however that any rights of the Buyer pursuant to non- excludable conditions or warranties of the Trade

Practices Act 1974 or any relevant legislation of any State are expressly preserved but the liability of BASF Australia Ltd

or any intermediate Seller pursuant thereto shall be limited if so permitted by the said legislation to the replacement of

the goods sold or the supply of equivalent goods and all liability for indirect or consequential loss or damage of

whatsoever nature is expressly excluded. This product must be used or applied strictly in accordance with the

instructions appearing hereon. This product is solely sold for use in Australia and must not be exported without the prior

written consent of BASF Australia Ltd.

THIS PRODUCT IS NOT CLASSIFIED AS A DANGEROUS GOOD UNDER THE AUSTRALIAN CODE FOR THE

TRANSPORT OF DANGEROUS GOODS BY ROAD AND RAIL.

FOR SPECIALIST ADVICE IN AN EMERGENCY ONLY PHONE 1800 803 440 TOLL FREE-ALL HOURS-AUSTRALIA

WIDE

APVMA Approval No: 31608/61795

Copyright 2014

= Registered trademark of BASF

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

BASF Australia Ltd

ABN 62 008 437 867

Level 12, 28 Freshwater Place

Southbank VICTORIA 3006

APVMA Approval No 31608/61795

(V14/02/14)

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