PYRETHRUM INSECT SPRAY

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • DEFENDER PYRETHRUM INSECT SPRAY NATURAL PYRETHRUM
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • LIQUID
  • Units in package:
  • 500mL-5L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Animals
  • Medicine type:
  • Pesticide
  • Manufactured by:
  • SCOTTS

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • DEFENDER PYRETHRUM INSECT SPRAY NATURAL PYRETHRUM
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • CITRUS FRUIT OR TREE | INDOOR PLANT | ORNAMENTAL PLANT OR ANNUAL | OUTDOOR PLANT | ROSE | SHRUB | VEGETABLE | BULB VEGETABLE | C
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group 3A Insecticide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • ANT | APHID | BLACK CITRUS APHID | CATERPILLAR | GREENHOUSE WHITEFLY | HELICOVERPA SPP. | LEAFHOPPER | THRIP | ARGENTINE ANT | BUDWORM | CORN EARWORM | COTTON BOLLWORM | HELIOTHIS | LOOPER | NATIVE BUDWORM | PHARAOH ANT | THRIPS SPP. | TOBACCO BUDWORM | TOMATO GRUB | TOXOPTERA CITRICIDA
  • Product summary:
  • Kills insects on fruit trees, vegetables and plants.Avoid spraying outdoors under hot or windy conditions. DO NOT apply to young seedlings

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 32669/59057
  • Authorization date:
  • 20-08-2013
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

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

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DEFENDERTM

Pyrethrum

Insect Spray

NATURAL

PYRETHRUM

ACTIVE

CONSTITUENTS:

PYRETHRINS

1.2g/L

PIPERONYL

BUTOXIDE

Approved

Kills

insects

fruit

trees,

vegetables and plants.

Contents:

500ml-

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DEFENDER'M

PYRETHRUM

INSECT

SPRAY

HOW

TO

USE:

Avoid spraying outdoors under

windy

conditions.

apply

young

seedlings.

SITUATION

PESTS

HOW

TO

APPLY

Citrus

Ants, black citrus aphid

Apply when infestations are

first

(not

TAS),

thrips

Indoor

&

Outdoor

noticed

&

then

weekly intervals

Ants, aphids, caterpillars,

while insects are active.

plants (including

greenhouse whitefly,

Shake

well before

use.

Spray directly

ornamental plants,

leafhoppers, thrips.

onto insects and surrounding foliage

roses and shrubs).

including the undersurfaces

leaves.

Aphids, budworm,

Hold the

bottle

25cm

from

the plants

Vegetables

caterpillars, leafhoppers,

&

apply in a sweeping motion.

thrips.

NOT

TO

BE

USED

FOR

ANY

PURPOSE

OR

IN

ANY

MANNER

CONTRARY

TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED.

DO

NOT

PICK

VEGETABLES

OR

CITRUS

FOR

1

DAY

AFTER

SPRAYING.

CAUTION:

allow chemical containers

spray

into drains, sewers, streams

ponds. This

product contains synthetic ingredients

enhance the knockdown effect

the pyrethrins

STORAGE

&

DISPOSAL:

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, dry place

the reach

children.

store in direct sunlight. Dispose

empty

container by wrapping in paper, placing in a

plastic

putting

in the garbage.

FIRST

AID:

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

CONSUMER

HOTLINE:

1800

804

219

Scotts Australia Pty. Ltd.

003 123 162

Building

level

32 Lexington Drive, Bella Vista

2153

2013, licensed by The Scotts Company, world rights reserved.

APVMAAPPROVAL NO.

32669

59057

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{Additional lobe/ claims]

*No

hand

fatigue!

Continuous

spray

{for battery bowered sprayer only]

*[For

battery

powered sprayer only]

Remove Comfort

WandTM

from side clip. Unwrap hose completely.

Remove protective slip from battery compartment to activate batteries.

Insert red plug at end

hose into white spout on

until

clicks. Flip

spout. Spout must

remain upright while spraying.

Flip open Comfort

WandTM

until

locks into position. Twist nozzle at

Comfort

WandTM

desired spray pattern.

Point sprayer away from body.

Ensure

trigger lock

disengaged before spraying. Hold

white

trigger for continuous spray.

Release

trigger to stop spray. Hold spray nozzle at least 30cm from

plant foliage.

AFTER

USE:

Twist nozzle to the off position.

Engage

trigger lock. Flip the Comfort

WandTM

closed and

store

the side clip.

IMPORTANT:

not submerge

water. When storing sprayer for long periods, remove batteries.

TO

REPLACE

BATIERIES:

Open battery compartment. Remove used batteries. Insert new batteries.

Close

compartment.

*[For hand trigger sprayer only]

Remove sprayer.

Pull

cord

OUT.

Insert red plug into spout (on

cap)

until

clicks.

Shake

well before

use.

Flip spout up. Open nozzle at end

sprayer. Start by pressing the trigger 7 or 8 times.

After

close

the nozzle. Push the spout down into a horizontal position

replace sprayer in

the nested bottle

without

disconnecting.

*[For

alternative hand trigger sprayer only]

Remove safety cap. Attach trigger

mechanism.

Turn nozzle

'open' position. Start

pressing the trigger 7

8 times. Adjust nozzle for direct

spray

mist spray.

Spray plants

required.

After

use,

place safety

back onto container.

store trigger mechanism, rinse through

with

water

and replace sprayer

side bracket.

*These claims/instructions

will

not

be

included

on

all

pack

sizes.

Their

inclusion

is

dependant

on

the

packaging

and

trigger

arrangement.

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