BROMICIDE MA

Main information

  • Trade name:
  • NUFARM BROMICIDE MA SELECTIVE HERBICIDE
  • Pharmaceutical form:
  • Emulsifiable
  • Units in package:
  • 20L, 110L, 1000L
  • Class:
  • AgChem
  • Medicine domain:
  • Equipment
  • Medicine type:
  • Agrochemical

Documents

Localization

  • Available in:
  • NUFARM BROMICIDE MA SELECTIVE HERBICIDE
    Australia
  • Language:
  • English

Therapeutic information

  • Therapeutic group:
  • BARLEY | BENT LAWN OR TURF | BUFFALO GRASS LAWN OR TURF | CEREAL RYE | COMMON COUCH LAWN OR TURF | FESCUE LAWN OR TURF | GRASS P
  • Therapeutic area:
  • Group CI Herbicide
  • Therapeutic indications:
  • AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | BINDY-EYE | BLACK BINDWEED | CAPEWEED | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA | CHARLOCK | CLEAVERS | CLOVER | COMMON PEPPERCRESS | CORN GROMWELL, IRONWEED OR SHEEPWEED | CREEPING BUTTERCUP | CUDWEED | DANDELION - TARAXACUM OFFICINALE | FAT HEN | FIELD MADDER | FLEABANE | FUMITORY | HORNED POPPY | INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD | JO-JO | LESSER SWINECRESS OR BITTERCRESS | MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT | MEXICAN OR PRICKLY POPPY | MINTWEED | MOUNTAIN SORREL/PURPLE CALANDRINIA | MUSTARD | PATERSON'S CURSE | PLANTAIN | ROUGH POPPY | SAFFRON THISTLE | SHEPHERD'S PURSE | SLENDER, SHORE OR SHEEP THISTLE | SOURSOB OR OXALIS | SOW OR MILK THISTLE | THISTLE | THREE CORNERED JACK - SEEDLING | THREE CORNERED JACK OR DOUBLEGEE | THREE-HORNED BEDSTRAW | TREE HOGWEED | TURNIP WEED | VARIEGATED THISTLE | VOLUNTEER CANOLA | VOLUNTEER CANOLA ROUND UP READY | WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED | WILD TURNIP | WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED | AFRICAN WOOD SORREL | AMSINCKIA ANGUSTIFOLIA | AMSINCKIA
  • Product summary:
  • For the control of weeds in wheat, oats, barley, cereal rye, triticale, linseed, grass pastures and turf.

Other information

Status

  • Source:
  • Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA)
  • Authorization status:
  • Registered and available
  • Authorization number:
  • 31464/0210
  • Authorization date:
  • 27-05-2010
  • Last update:
  • 15-06-2017

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

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use, Precautionary and

Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and

First Aid Instructions.

MIXING

To ensure even mixing, half fill spray tank with clean water and add

the required amount of this product. Agitate thoroughly, then add the

remainder of water. Agitate again before spraying commences.

APPLICATION

DO NOT use rain-drop or air-induction nozzles as coverage of weeds

may not be adequate.

Boom Sprayer:

Calibrate the machine before use to ensure that the

correct application rate is obtained. Check height of boom above the

crop to ensure that the spray is evenly distributed.

Cereals:

Apply 50 to 200L of water per hectare. Use higher water

volume (min. 100L/ha) where the weed infestation is heavy, the crop

cover is dense or when tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Complete

coverage of weeds is essential.

Linseed:

Apply a minimum of 220L of water per hectare.

Turf:

Apply a minimum of 500L of water per hectare.

Aerial Application:

Apply a minimum of 22L of water per hectare or

30L of water per hectare if tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Markers

should always move upwind before aircraft passes overhead. Application

by micronaire equipment may give variable results.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

After use wash application equipment thoroughly with Spraymate Tank

& Equipment Cleaner and rinse several times.

COMPATIBILITY

This product is physically compatible in the spray tank with one of the

following herbicides or insecticides in wheat and barley only. Associate

Nugrass

500, Kamba

500, MCPA, Dimethoate, Omethoate, Endosulfan

or Chlorpyrifos. When mixed with Associate

or Kamba

500, DO NOT

apply to cereals undersown with lucerne. When mixed with Nugrass

500,

DO NOT exceed 1.4L of this product per hectare. Observe all

instructions on the mixture partner label. As formulations of other

manufactures’ products are beyond the control of Nufarm Australia

Limited, all mixtures should be tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Bromicide MA Selective Herbicide (Bromicide MA) is a member of both

the nitriles and the phenoxys groups of herbicides. Bromicide MA has

both the inhibitors of photosynthesis at photosystem II and disruptors of

plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management

Bromicide MA is a Group C and Group I Herbicide.

Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to Bromicide MA and

other Group C and Group I 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 this product

or other Group C and Group I herbicides.

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

Nufarm Australia Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may

result from the failure of Bromicide MA to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment,

that may cause spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops,

cropping, lands or pastures. Avoid spray drift and vapour movement onto

susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, lupins, fruit

trees and ornamentals. DO NOT apply by misting machines.

Note: Maximum daily temperatures at or above 20˚C at application, or on

days following treatment, may result in seedling mortality and established

plants may be damaged.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS

AND ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish. DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with

the chemical or used containers.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

Grazing Precaution

Sprayed weeds may become more palatable to stock and a higher intake

of some weeds may result in stock poisoning and death from causes

such as nitrate poisoning. Care should be taken especially where

capeweed, Paterson’s curse and variegated thistles predominate in the

pasture. Avoid grazing with young or breeding stock. DO NOT graze

horses or pigs on Paterson’s curse. If in doubt, contact your nearest

Department of Agriculture.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. 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. If recycling, replace cap and

return clean containers to recycler or designated collection point. If not

recycling, break, crush or puncture and bury empty containers in a local

authority landfill. If no landfill is available, bury the containers below

500mm in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose

clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots. Empty

containers and product should not be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product is poisonous if inhaled or swallowed. Attacks the eyes and will

irritate the skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray

mist. When preparing the spray and using the prepared spray wear

cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat and

elbow-length PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. If product in eyes,

wash it out immediately with 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 or goggles and

contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre

(Phone 13 11 26). If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass

of water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS),

which can be obtained from your supplier of from the Nufarm website –

www.nufarm.com.au

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Any provisions or rights under the Trade Practices Act 1974 or relevant

state legislation which cannot be excluded by those statutes or by law are

not intended to be excluded by these conditions of sale. Subject to the

foregoing, all warranties, conditions, rights and remedies, expressed or

implied under common law, statute or otherwise, in relation to the sale,

supply, use or application of this product, are excluded. Nufarm Australia

Limited and/or its affiliates (“Nufarm”) shall not accept any liability

whatsoever (including consequential loss), or howsoever arising (including

negligence) for any damage, injury or death connected with the sale,

supply, use or application of this product except for liability which cannot

be excluded by statute.”

® Bromicide, Nugrass, Associate and Kamba are registered trademarks

of Nufarm Australia Limited.

® Roundup Ready is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technology LLC,

used under licence by Nufarm Australia Limited.

*Other registered trademarks.

APVMA Approval No.: 31464/20L/0210

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm Australia Limited

A.C.N. 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road,

Laverton Nth,VIC, 3026.

Tel (03) 9282 1000

Fax (03) 9282 1001

Active constituents: 200 g/L BROMOXYNIL

present as the n-octanoyl ester

200 g/L MCPA present as the ethyl hexyl ester

Solvent: 343 g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBON

For the control of weeds in wheat, oats, barley,

cereal rye, triticale, linseed, grass pastures and turf

as per the Directions For Use table.

Contents:

20

Litres

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road, Laverton North, Victoria, 3026

Tel (03) 9282 1000 Fax (03) 9282 1001 ®Bromicide is a registered trademark of Nufarm Australia Limited.

POISON

JOB NO. 022474 | ID. NUFA_Bromicide MA 20L Label | DIMENSIONS. 894mm(w)x366mm(h), PDF @ 40% on A3 | COLOUR. Black, PMS 299, PMS Reflex Blue | DESIGNER. Khoa Tran

OD022474

DIRECTION FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT spray if weeds are wilted by dry or cold weather or if crops are at a susceptible stage, or if rain is likely within 4 hours.

DO NOT apply if frosts are imminent.

DO NOT apply to diseased or frost affected crops or turf.

Situation

& Crop

Weeds Controlled

Weed Stage State

Rate

Critical Comments

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye,

Oats and

Triticale;

Linseed;

Grass

Pastures

Amsinckia

(Amsinckia

spp.

Capeweed

(Arctotheca

calendula),

Chamomile

(Matricaria

matricarioldes),

Charlock

(Sinapis

arvensis),

Corn

gromwell (Ironweed,

Sheepweed)

(Buglossoides

arvensis),

Fat hen

(Chenopodium album),

Field madder

(Sherardia arvensis),

Hexham scent

(King island melilot)

(Melilotus indica),

Horned poppy

(Glaucium flavum),

Indian hedge

mustard

(Sisymbrium

orientale),

Lesser swinecress

(Coronopus didymus),

Mexican poppy

(Argemone

ochroleuca),

Mintweed

(Salvia reflexa),

Paterson’s curse

(Salvation Jane)

(Echium plantagineum),

Rough poppy

(Papaver

hybridum),

Saffron

thistle

(Carthamus

lanatus),

Shepherd’s

purse

(Capsella bursa-

pastoris),

Slender

thistles

(Carduus

tenuiflorus,

C.pycnocephalus),

Tree hogweed

(Polygonum patulum),

Turnip weed (Giant

mustard)

(Rapistrum

rugosum),

Wild radish

(Raphanus

raphanistrum),

Wild

turnip

(Brassica

tournefortii)

Black bindweed

(Climbing buckwheat)

(Fallopia convolvulus),

Common peppercress

(Lepidium africanum),

Mustards

(Sisymbrium

spp.

Purple calandrinia

(Calandrinia menziesii)

Fumitory

(Fumaria

spp.

Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny

Emex)

(Emex australis)

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 8 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but not

more than

50mm in

diameter.

Plants up

to the 8 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 3 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 60mm

in diameter.

WA only

Qld,

NSW, Vic,

Tas, SA,

NT, ACT

only

WA only

All States

Qld,

NSW,

ACT, Vic,

Tas, SA

only

WA only

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats and Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30) for rates of

750mL to 1.4L/ha; 5 leaf to fully tillered stage

(Z15–30) for rate of 2.0L/ha (NSW, ACT, Vic, SA,

WA, Tas only); or early tillering to fully tillered stage

(Z21–30) (Qld only).

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO NOT apply to

linseed by aircraft.

If spraying Black Bindweed when wheat, barley,

cereal rye, oats, triticale or linseed is more than

300mm high, increase spray volume to 200L/ha.

For optimal control, apply only when the weeds

are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying, temporary

wilting of crop and pasture may occur.

Crop scorch may occur, particularly on oats if

treatment is delayed to later stages of growth.

Refer to the General Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum daily temperatures

above 20˚C occur, or are likely to occur for a few

days after application. DO NOT apply to crops or

pastures undersown with lucerne, clover or

medics unless some damage is acceptable.

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats and Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30) for rates of 750mL to

1.4L/ha; 5 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z15–30) for rate of

2.0L/ha (NSW, ACT, Vic, SA, WA, Tas only); or early

tillering to fully tillered stage (Z21–30) (Qld only).

continued over

750mL/

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.0L/h

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/

Situation

& Crop

Weeds Controlled

Weed Stage State

Rate

Critical Comments

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye, Oats

and

Triticale;

Linseed;

Grass

Pastures

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye,

Oats,

Triticale

Turf,

established

Couch

(incl.

Queensland

Blue),

Kikuyu,

Paspaium,

Buffalo,

Fescue,

Bent &

Rye

lawns

Fumitory

(Fumaria

spp.

Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny

emex)

(Emex australis)

Variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Wireweed (Hogweed)^

(Polygonum aviculare)

Mountain sorrel

(Oxalis acetosella)

Three-horned

bedstraw

(Galium tricomutum)

Cleavers

(Galium aparine)

Common sowthistle

(Sonchus oleraceus)

Volunteer canola

(Brassica napus)

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

Bindy-eye, Jo-jo

(Onehunga), Cudweed,

Dandelion, Catsear,

Plantains, Thistles,

Oxalis, Capeweed,

Creeping buttercup,

Fleabane, Clover

(not Tas.)

Plants up

to the 5 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 85mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6

leaf stage.

Plants up

to the 8

leaf stage.

2–4 stem

stage and

1–3 whorls

of leaves

per stem.

Up to 4

leaves.

4 to 8 leaves.

Up to 4

leaves.

Up to 6

leaves.

Qld,

NSW, Vic,

Tas, SA,

NT, ACT

only

WA only

Qld, NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

Northern

NSW and

Qld only

All States

All States

continued

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO NOT apply to

linseed by aircraft.

For optimal control, apply only when the weeds

are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying, temporary

wilting of crop and pasture may occur.

Crop scorch may occur, particularly on oats if

treatment is delayed to later stages of growth.

Refer to the General Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum daily temperatures

above 20˚C occur, or are likely to occur for a few

days after application. DO NOT apply to crops or

pastures undersown with lucerne, clover or

medics unless some damage is acceptable.

^Where Wireweed (Hogweed) occurs in red soils

of low fertility, it has been found to be less

susceptible. In these circumstances use 2.0L/ha.

Apply under good growing conditions. Avoid

spraying when soil is dry. DO NOT spray under

frosty conditions. In early stages following spraying,

temporary wilting of crop may occur. Avoid

application when maximum daily temperatures

above 20˚C or are likely to occur for a few days

after application. DO NOT apply to crops

undersown with lucerne, clover or medics unless

some damage is acceptable.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats, Triticale:

– 3 leaf to full tillering (Z13–30). Use as early as

possible to avoid shading of weeds by the crop.

Strictly for use on small weeds early in crop before

shading out. If Group B resistance is suspected, or

weeds have grown through a previous application of

chlorsulfuron apply 2.1L/ha. Use a minimum spray

volume of 70L/ha

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats and Triticale:

– 3 leaf to full tillering. (Z13–30). Use as early as

possible to avoid shading of weeds by the crop.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats, Triticale:

– 3 leaf to full tillering (Z13–30).

Apply evenly over the area to be treated. DO NOT

mow turf for 2 days after treatment.

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/

1.4L/ha

750mL/

1.4L/ha

2.1L/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

300mL/

100L

water

60mL/

100m

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: DO NOT HARVEST, GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 8 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION.

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HERBICIDE

C I

GROUP

HERBICIDE

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use, Precautionary and

Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and

First Aid Instructions.

MIXING

To ensure even mixing, half fill spray tank with clean water and add the

required amount of this product. Agitate thoroughly, then add the remainder

of water. Agitate again before spraying commences.

APPLICATION

DO NOT use rain-drop or air-induction nozzles as coverage of weeds may

not be adequate.

Boom Sprayer:

Calibrate the machine before use to ensure that the

correct application rate is obtained. Check height of boom above the crop

to ensure that the spray is evenly distributed.

Cereals:

Apply 50 to 200L of water per hectare. Use higher water volume

(min. 100L/ha) where the weed infestation is heavy, the crop cover is

dense or when tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Complete coverage of

weeds is essential.

Linseed:

Apply a minimum of 220L of water per hectare.

Turf:

Apply a minimum of 500L of water per hectare.

Aerial Application:

Apply a minimum of 22L of water per hectare

or 30L of water per hectare if tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Markers

should always move upwind before aircraft passes overhead. Application

by micronaire equipment may give variable results.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

After use wash application equipment thoroughly with Spraymate Tank

& Equipment Cleaner and rinse several times.

COMPATIBILITY

This product is physically compatible in the spray tank with one of the

following herbicides or insecticides in wheat and barley only. Associate

Nugrass

500, Kamba

500, MCPA, Dimethoate, Omethoate, Endosulfan

or Chlorpyrifos. When mixed with Associate

or Kamba

500, DO NOT apply

to cereals undersown with lucerne. When mixed with Nugrass

500, DO

NOT exceed 1.4L of this product per hectare. Observe all instructions on

the mixture partner label. As formulations of other manufactures’ products

are beyond the control of Nufarm Australia Limited, all mixtures should be

tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Bromicide MA Selective Herbicide (Bromicide MA) is a member of both

the nitriles and the phenoxys groups of herbicides. Bromicide MA has both

the inhibitors of photosynthesis at photosystem II and disruptors of plant cell

growth mode of action. For weed resistance management Bromicide MA

is a Group C and Group I Herbicide.

Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to Bromicide MA and

other Group C and Group I 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 this product or other Group

C and Group I herbicides.

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

Nufarm Australia Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may result

from the failure of Bromicide MA to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment,

that may cause spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops,

cropping, lands or pastures. Avoid spray drift and vapour movement

onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, lupins,

fruit trees and ornamentals. DO NOT apply by misting machines.

Note: Maximum daily temperatures at or above 20˚C at application,

or on days following treatment, may result in seedling mortality and

established plants may be damaged.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

Dangerous to fish. DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways

with the chemical or used containers.

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

Grazing Precaution

Sprayed weeds may become more palatable to stock and a higher intake

of some weeds may result in stock poisoning and death from causes such

as nitrate poisoning. Care should be taken especially where capeweed,

Paterson’s curse and variegated thistles predominate in the pasture. Avoid

grazing with young or breeding stock. DO NOT graze horses or pigs on

Paterson’s curse. If in doubt, contact your nearest Department of Agriculture.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store the original sealed Envirodrum in a cool, well ventilated area. DO

NOT store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight. DO NOT tamper with

the Micro Matic valve or the security seal. DO NOT contaminate the

Envirodrum with water or any other foreign matter.

After each use of the product, please ensure that the Micro Matic coupler,

delivery system and hoses are disconnected, triple rinsed with clean water

and drained accordingly. When the contents of the Envirodrum have been

used, please return the empty Envirodrum to the point of purchase. The

Envirodrum remains the property of Nufarm Australia Limited.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product is poisonous if inhaled or swallowed. Attacks the eyes and will

irritate the skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray

mist. When preparing the spray and using the prepared spray wear cotton

overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat and elbow-length

PVC gloves and face shield or goggles. If product in eyes, wash it out

immediately with 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 or goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone

13 11 26). If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS),

which can be obtained from your supplier or from the Nufarm website –

www.nufarm.com.au

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Any provisions or rights under the Trade Practices Act 1974 or relevant state

legislation which cannot be excluded by those statutes or by law are not

intended to be excluded by these conditions of sale. Subject to the foregoing,

all warranties, conditions, rights and remedies, expressed or implied under

common law, statute or otherwise, in relation to the sale, supply, use or

application of this product, are excluded. Nufarm Australia Limited and/or

its affiliates (“Nufarm”) shall not accept any liability whatsoever (including

consequential loss), or howsoever arising (including negligence) for any

damage, injury or death connected with the sale, supply, use or application

of this product except for liability which cannot be excluded by statute.”

® Bromicide, Nugrass, Associate and Kamba are registered trademarks

of Nufarm Australia Limited.

® Roundup Ready is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technology LLC,

used under licence by Nufarm Australia Limited.

*Other registered trademarks.

APVMA Approval No.: 31464/110L/0210

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

OD022474

Nufarm Australia Limited

A.C.N. 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Rd,

Laverton Nth. VIC. 3026.

Tel (03) 9282 1000

Fax (03) 9282 1001

DIRECTION FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT spray if weeds are wilted by dry or cold weather or if crops are at a susceptible stage, or if rain is likely

within 4 hours.

DO NOT apply if frosts are imminent.

DO NOT apply to diseased or frost affected crops or turf.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS

BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Active constituents: 200 g/L BROMOXYNIL

present as the n-octanoyl ester

200 g/L MCPA present as the ethyl hexyl ester

Solvent: 343 g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBON

For the control of weeds in wheat, oats, barley,

cereal rye, triticale, linseed, grass pastures and turf

as per the Directions For Use table.

Contents:

110

Litres

POISON

Situation

& Crop

Weeds Controlled

Weed

Stage

State

Rate

Critical Comments

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal Rye,

Oats and

Triticale;

Linseed;

Grass

Pastures

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal Rye,

Oats,

Triticale

Turf,

established

Couch (incl.

Queensland

Blue),

Kikuyu,

Paspaium,

Buffalo,

Fescue, Bent

& Rye lawns

Amsinckia

(Amsinckia

spp.

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Chamomile

(Matricaria

matricarioldes),

Charlock

(Sinapis arvensis),

Corn gromwell (Ironweed,

sheepweed)

(Buglossoides

arvensis),

Fat hen

(Chenopodium album),

Field

madder

(Sherardia arvensis),

Hexham scent

(King island melilot)

(Melilotus indica),

Horned

poppy

(Glaucium flavum),

Indian hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium orientale),

Lesser swinecress

(Coronopus didymus),

Mexican poppy

(Argemone

ochroleuca),

Mintweed

(Salvia reflexa),

Paterson’s

curse (Salvation Jane)

(Echium plantagineum),

Rough poppy

(Papaver

hybridum),

Saffron thistle

(Carthamus lanatus),

Shepherd’s purse

(Capsella

bursa-pastoris),

Slender

thistles

(Carduus tenuiflorus,

C.pycnocephalus),

Tree

hogweed

(Polygonum

patulum),

Turnip weed (Giant

mustard)

(Rapistrum

rugosum),

Wild radish

(Raphanus raphanistrum),

Wild turnip

(Brassica

tournefortii)

Black bindweed

(Climbing

buckwheat)

(Fallopia

convolvulus),

Common

peppercress

(Lepidium

africanum),

Mustards

(Sisymbrium

spp.

Purple

calandrinia

(Calandrinia

menziesii)

Fumitory

(Fumaria

spp.

Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny emex)

(Emex australis)

Variegated thistle

(Silybum

marianum)

Wireweed

(Hogweed)^

(Polygonum

aviculare)

Mountain sorrel

(Oxalis acetosella)

Three-horned bedstraw

(Galium tricomutum)

Cleavers

(Galium aparine)

Common sowthistle

(Sonchus oleraceus)

Volunteer canola

(Brassica

napus)

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

Bindy-eye, Jo-jo (Onehunga),

Cudweed, Dandelion,

Catsear, Plantains, Thistles,

Oxalis, Capeweed, Creeping

buttercup, Fleabane, Clover

(not Tas.)

Plants up to

the 6 leaf stage

but not more

than 50mm

in diameter

Plants up to

the 8 leaf stage

but not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 4 leaf stage

but not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 6 leaf stage

but not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 8 leaf stage

but not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 3 leaf stage

but not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 4 leaf stage

but not more

than 60mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 5 leaf stage

but not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 6 leaf stage

but not more

than 85mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 4 leaf stage

but not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up to

the 6 leaf stage

but not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up to the

6 leaf stage.

Plants up to the

8 leaf stage.

2–4 stem stage

and 1–3 whorls

of leaves

per stem.

Up to 4 leaves.

4 to 8 leaves.

Up to 4 leaves.

Up to 6 leaves.

WA only

Qld, NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

All States

Qld, NSW,

ACT, Vic,

Tas, SA

only

WA only

Qld, NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

Qld, NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

Northern

NSW and

Qld only

All States

All States

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats and

Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30) for

rates of 750mL to 1.4L/ha; 5 leaf to fully

tillered stage (Z15–30) for rate of 2.0L/ha

(NSW, ACT, Vic, SA, WA, Tas only); or

early tillering to fully tillered stage

(Z21–30) (Qld only).

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO NOT

apply to linseed by aircraft.

If spraying Black Bindweed when

wheat, barley, cereal rye, oats, triticale or

linseed is more than 300mm high,

increase spray volume to 200L/ha.

For optimal control, apply only when the

weeds are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying,

temporary wilting of crop and pasture

may occur.

Crop scorch may occur, particularly on

oats if treatment is delayed to later

stages of growth. Refer to the General

Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum daily

temperatures above 20˚C occur, or are

likely to occur for a few days after

application. DO NOT apply to crops or

pastures undersown with lucerne, clover

or medics unless some damage is

acceptable.

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats and

Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30) for

rates of 750mL to 1.4L/ha; 5 leaf to fully

tillered stage (Z15–30) for rate of 2.0L/ha

(NSW, ACT, Vic, SA, WA, Tas only); or

early tillering to fully tillered stage

(Z21–30) (Qld only).

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO NOT

apply to linseed by aircraft.

For optimal control, apply only when the

weeds are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying,

temporary wilting of crop and pasture

may occur.

Crop scorch may occur, particularly on

oats if treatment is delayed to later

stages of growth. Refer to the General

Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum daily

temperatures above 20˚C occur, or are

likely to occur for a few days after

application. DO NOT apply to crops or

pastures undersown with lucerne, clover

or medics unless some damage is

acceptable.

^Where Wireweed (Hogweed) occurs in

red soils of low fertility, it has been found

to be less susceptible. In these

circumstances use 2.0L/ha.

Apply under good growing conditions.

Avoid spraying when soil is dry. DO NOT

spray under frosty conditions. In early

stages following spraying, temporary

wilting of crop may occur. Avoid

application when maximum daily

temperatures above 20˚C or are likely to

occur for a few days after application. DO

NOT apply to crops undersown with

lucerne, clover or medics unless some

damage is acceptable.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats,

Triticale: – 3 leaf to full tillering (Z13–30).

Use as early as possible to avoid

shading of weeds by the crop. Strictly for

use on small weeds early in crop before

shading out. If Group B resistance is

suspected, or weeds have grown

through a previous application of

chlorsulfuron apply 2.1L/ha. Use a

minimum spray volume of 70L/ha

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats

and Triticale: – 3 leaf to full tillering.

(Z13–30). Use as early as possible to

avoid shading of weeds by the crop.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats,

Triticale: – 3 leaf to full tillering (Z13–30)

Apply evenly over the area to be

treated. DO NOT mow turf for 2 days

after treatment.

750mL/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL/ha

1.4L/ha

2.1L/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

300mL/

100L water

OR 60mL/

100m

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

UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: DO NOT HARVEST, GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 8 WEEKS

AFTER APPLICATION.

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North, Victoria, 3026

Tel (03) 9282 1000 Fax (03) 9282 1001

®Bromicide is a registered trademark

of Nufarm Australia Limited.

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use, Precautionary and Protection Statements, Storage and Disposal, Safety Directions and

First Aid Instructions.

MIXING

To ensure even mixing, half fill spray tank with clean water and add the required amount of this product. Agitate thoroughly, then add the remainder

of water. Agitate again before spraying commences.

APPLICATION

DO NOT use rain-drop or air-induction nozzles as coverage of weeds may not be adequate.

Boom Sprayer:

Calibrate the machine before use to ensure that the correct application rate is obtained. Check height of boom above the crop

to ensure that the spray is evenly distributed.

Cereals:

Apply 50 to 200L of water per hectare. Use higher water volume (min. 100L/ha) where the weed infestation is heavy, the crop cover is

dense or when tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Complete coverage of weeds is essential.

Linseed:

Apply a minimum of 220L of water per hectare.

Turf:

Apply a minimum of 500L of water per hectare.

Aerial Application:

Apply a minimum of 22L of water per hectare or 30L of water per hectare if tank-mixing with Nugrass

500. Markers should

always move upwind before aircraft passes overhead. Application by micronaire equipment may give variable results.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE

After use wash application equipment thoroughly with Spraymate Tank & Equipment Cleaner and rinse several times.

COMPATIBILITY

This product is physically compatible in the spray tank with one of the following herbicides or insecticides in wheat and barley only. Associate

Nugrass

500, Kamba

500, MCPA, Dimethoate, Omethoate, Endosulfan or Chlorpyrifos. When mixed with Associate or Kamba

500, DO NOT apply

to cereals undersown with lucerne. When mixed with Nugrass

500, DO NOT exceed 1.4L of this product per hectare. Observe all instructions on the

mixture partner label. As formulations of other manufactures’ products are beyond the control of Nufarm Australia Limited, all mixtures should be

tested prior to mixing commercial quantities.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

Bromicide MA Selective Herbicide (Bromicide MA)is a member of both the nitriles and the phenoxys groups of herbicides. Bromicide MA has both

the inhibitors of photosynthesis at photosystem II and disruptors of plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management Bromicide

MA is a Group C and Group I Herbicide.

Some naturally-occurring weed biotypes resistant to Bromicide MA and other Group C and Group I 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 this product or otherGroup C and Group I herbicides.

Since the occurrence of resistant weeds is difficult to detect prior to use, Nufarm Australia Limited accepts no liability for any losses that may result

from the failure of Bromicide MA to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT apply under weather conditions, or from spraying equipment, that may cause spray to drift onto nearby susceptible plants/crops, cropping,

lands or pastures. Avoid spray drift and vapour movement onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, lupins, fruit trees and

ornamentals. DO NOT apply by misting machines.

Note: Maximum daily temperatures at or above 20˚C at application, or on days following treatment, may result in seedling mortality and established

plants may be damaged.

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

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

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

Grazing Precaution

Sprayed weeds may become more palatable to stock and a higher intake of some weeds may result in stock poisoning and death from causes such

as nitrate poisoning. Care should be taken especially where capeweed, Paterson’s curse and variegated thistles predominate in the pasture. Avoid

grazing with young or breeding stock. DO NOT graze horses or pigs on Paterson’s curse. If in doubt, contact your nearest Department of Agriculture.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well-ventilated area. DO NOT store for prolonged periods in direct sunlight. Empty contents fully into

application equipment. Close all valves and return to point of supply for refill or storage.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Product is poisonous if inhaled or swallowed. Attacks the eyes and will irritate the skin. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist.

When preparing the spray and using the prepared spray wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat and elbow-length PVC

gloves and face shield or goggles. If product in eyes, wash it out immediately with 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 or goggles and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information Centre (Phone 13 11 26). If swallowed, DO NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water.

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

For further information refer to the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), which can be obtained from your supplier or from the Nufarm website –

www.nufarm.com.au

CONDITIONS OF SALE

“Any provisions or rights under the Trade Practices Act 1974 or relevant state legislation which cannot be excluded by those statutes or by law are

not intended to be excluded by these conditions of sale. Subject to the foregoing, all warranties, conditions, rights and remedies, expressed or

implied under common law, statute or otherwise, in relation to the sale, supply, use or application of this product, are excluded. Nufarm Australia

Limited and/or its affiliates (“Nufarm”) shall not accept any liability whatsoever (including consequential loss), or howsoever arising (including

negligence) for any damage, injury or death connected with the sale, supply, use or application of this product except for liability which cannot be

excluded by statute.”

® Bromicide, Nugrass, Associate and Kamba are registered trademarks of Nufarm Australia Limited.

® Roundup Ready is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technology LLC, used under licence by

Nufarm Australia Limited.

Other registered trademarks.

APVMA Approval No.: 31464/1000L/0210

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498

Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

OD022474

Nufarm Australia Limited

A.C.N. 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Rd,

Laverton Nth. VIC. 3026.

Tel (03) 9282 1000

Fax (03) 9282 1001

DIRECTION FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT spray if weeds are wilted by dry or cold weather or if crops are at a susceptible stage, or if rain is

likely within 4 hours.

DO NOT apply if frosts are imminent.

DO NOT apply to diseased or frost affected crops or turf.

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS

BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Active constituents: 200 g/L BROMOXYNIL

present as the n-octanoyl ester

200 g/L MCPA present as the ethyl hexyl ester

Solvent: 343 g/L LIQUID HYDROCARBON

For the control of weeds in wheat, oats, barley,

cereal rye, triticale, linseed, grass pastures and turf

as per the Directions For Use table.

Contents:

1000

Litres

POISON

Situation

& Crop

Weeds Controlled

Weed

Stage

State

Rate

Critical Comments

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye,

Oats and

Triticale;

Linseed;

Grass

Pastures

Amsinckia

(Amsinckia

spp.

Capeweed

(Arctotheca calendula),

Chamomile

(Matricaria

matricarioldes),

Charlock

(Sinapis arvensis),

Corn

gromwell (Ironweed,

Sheepweed)

(Buglossoides arvensis),

Fat hen

(Chenopodium

album),

Field madder

(Sherardia arvensis),

Hexham scent (King

Island Melilot)

(Melilotus

indica),

Horned poppy

(Glaucium flavum),

Indian hedge mustard

(Sisymbrium orientale),

Lesser swinecress

(Coronopus didymus),

Mexican poppy

(Argemone ochroleuca),

Mintweed

(Salvia

reflexa),

Paterson’s

curse (Salvation Jane)

(Echium plantagineum),

Rough poppy

(Papaver

hybridum),

Saffron thistle

(Carthamus lanatus),

Shepherd’s purse

(Capsella bursa-

pastoris),

Slender

thistles

(Carduus

tenuiflorus,

C.pycnocephalus),

Tree

hogweed

(Polygonum

patulum),

Turnip weed

(Giant mustard)

(Rapistrum rugosum),

Wild radish

(Raphanus

raphanistrum),

Wild

turnip

(Brassica

tournefortii)

Black bi

ndweed

(Climbing Buckwheat)

(Fallopia convolvulus),

Common peppercress

(Lepidium africanum),

Mustards

(Sisymbrium

spp.

Purple calandrinia

(Calandrinia menziesii)

Fumitory

(Fumaria

spp.

Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny

emex)

(Emex australis)

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 8 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 8 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 3 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 60mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 5 leaf

stage but

not more

than 75mm

in diameter.

WA only

Qld,

NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

All States

Qld,

NSW,

ACT,

Vic, Tas,

SA only

WA only

Qld,

NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats

and Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30)

for rates of 750mL to 1.4L/ha; 5 leaf

to fully tillered stage (Z15–30) for rate

of 2.0L/ha (NSW, ACT, Vic, SA, WA,

Tas only); or early tillering to fully

tillered stage (Z21–30) (Qld only).

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO

NOT apply to linseed by aircraft.

If spraying Black Bindweed when

wheat, barley, cereal rye, oats, triticale

or linseed is more than 300mm high,

increase spray volume to 200L/ha.

For optimal control, apply only when

the weeds are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying,

temporary wilting of crop and pasture

may occur.

Crop scorch may occur, particularly

on oats if treatment is delayed to later

stages of growth. Refer to the

General Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum

daily temperatures above 20˚C occur,

or are likely to occur for a few days

after application. DO NOT apply to

crops or pastures undersown with

lucerne, clover or medics unless

some damage is acceptable.

CROP STAGE:

Wheat, Barley, Cereal Rye, Oats

and Triticale:

3 leaf to fully tillered stage (Z13–30)

for rates of 750mL to 1.4L/ha; 5 leaf

to fully tillered stage (Z15–30) for rate

of 2.0L/ha (NSW, ACT, Vic, SA, WA,

Tas only); or early tillering to fully

tillered stage (Z21–30) (Qld only).

Linseed: 50 to 150mm high. DO

NOT apply to linseed by aircraft.

For optimal control, apply only when

the weeds are actively growing.

In the early stages following spraying,

temporary wilting of crop and pasture

may occur.

continued over

750mL

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL

2.0L/ha

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North, Victoria, 3026

Tel (03) 9282 1000 Fax (03) 9282 1001

®Bromicide is a registered trademark

of Nufarm Australia Limited.

Batch No:

Date of Manufacture:

CONT.

Situation

& Crop

Weeds Controlled

Weed

Stage

State

Rate

Critical Comments

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye,

Oats and

Triticale;

Linseed;

Grass

Pastures

Wheat,

Barley,

Cereal

Rye, Oats,

Triticale

Turf,

established

Couch

(incl.

Queensland

Blue),

Kikuyu,

Paspaium,

Buffalo,

Fescue,

Bent &

Rye lawns

Fumitory

(Fumaria

spp.

Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny

emex)

(Emex australis)

Variegated thistle

(Silybum marianum)

Wireweed (Hogweed)^

(Polygonum aviculare)

Mountain sorrel

(Oxalis acetosella)

Three-horned bedstraw

(Galium tricomutum)

Cleavers

(Galium aparine)

Common sowthistle

(Sonchus oleraceus)

Volunteer canola

(Brassica napus)

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

Bindy-eye, Jo-Jo

(Onehunga), Cudweed,

Dandelion, Catsear,

Plantains, Thistles,

Oxalis, Capeweed,

Creeping buttercup,

Fleabane, Clover

(not Tas.)

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 85mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 4 leaf

stage but

not more

than 35mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6 leaf

stage but

not more

than 50mm

in diameter.

Plants up

to the 6

leaf stage.

Plants up

to the 8

leaf stage.

2–4 stem

stage and

1–3 whorls

of leaves

per stem.

Up to 4

leaves.

4 to 8 leaves.

Up to 4

leaves.

Up to 6

leaves.

WA only

Qld,

NSW,

Vic, Tas,

SA, NT,

ACT only

WA only

Northern

and Qld

only

States

All States

Crop scorch may occur, particularly

on oats if treatment is delayed to

later stages of growth. Refer to the

General Instructions.

Avoid application when maximum

daily temperatures above 20˚C

occur, or are likely to occur for a

few days after application. DO NOT

apply to crops or pastures

undersown with lucerne, clover

or medics unless some damage

is acceptable.

^Where Wireweed (Hogweed)

occurs in red soils of low fertility,

it has been found to be less

susceptible. In these circumstances

use 2.0L/ha.

Apply under good growing

conditions. Avoid spraying when

soil is dry. DO NOT spray under

frosty conditions. In early stages

following spraying, temporary wilting

of crop may occur. Avoid application

when maximum daily temperatures

above 20˚C or are likely to occur for

a few days after application. DO

NOT apply to crops undersown

with lucerne, clover or medics

unless some damage is acceptable.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats,

Triticale: – 3 leaf to full tillering

(Z13–30). Use as early as possible

to avoid shading of weeds by the

crop. Strictly for use on small weeds

early in crop before shading out.

If Group B resistance is suspected,

or weeds have grown through a

previous application of chlorsulfuron

apply 2.1L/ha. Use a minimum

spray volume of 70L/ha.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley, Oats

and Triticale: – 3 leaf to full tillering.

(Z13–30). Use as early as possible

to avoid shading of weeds by the crop.

Crop stages: Wheat, Barley,

Oats, Triticale:

– 3 leaf to full tillering (Z13–30).

Apply evenly over the area to be

treated. DO NOT mow turf for 2

days after treatment.

1.4L/ha

750mL

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

1.4L/ha

750mL

1.4L/ha

750mL

1.4L/ha

2.1L/ha

1.4L/ha

2.0L/ha

300mL/

100L

water OR

60mL/

100m

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

THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD: DO NOT HARVEST, GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 8 WEEKS

AFTER APPLICATION.

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17-1-2019

Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × NK603 × DAS‐40278‐9 and subcombinations independently of their origin for food and feed uses, import and processing, under Regulation (EC) No 1829‐2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐112)

Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × NK603 × DAS‐40278‐9 and subcombinations independently of their origin for food and feed uses, import and processing, under Regulation (EC) No 1829‐2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐112)

Published on: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 Maize MON 89034 × 1507 × NK603 × DAS‐40278‐9 (four‐event stack maize) was produced by conventional crossing to combine four single events: MON 89034, 1507, NK603 and DAS‐40278‐9. The GMO Panel previously assessed the four single events and four of their subcombinations and did not identify safety concerns. No new data on the maize single events or their four subcombinations that could lead to modification of the original conclusions on their safety have been identified. Th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

16-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for dazomet according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for dazomet according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Tue, 15 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance dazomet. To assess the occurrence of dazomet residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Directive 91/414/EEC as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (including the supporting re...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

15-1-2019

Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 × DAS‐40278‐9 and subcombinations independently of their origin for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐11

Assessment of genetically modified maize MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 × DAS‐40278‐9 and subcombinations independently of their origin for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐NL‐2013‐11

Published on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 Maize MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 × DAS‐40278‐9 (five‐event stack maize) was produced by conventional crossing to combine five single events: MON 89034, 1507, MON 88017, 59122 and DAS‐40278‐9. The GMO Panel previously assessed the 5 single maize events and 11 of their subcombinations and did not identify safety concerns. No new data on the single maize events or their 11 subcombinations that could modify the original conclusions on their safety were identified. Th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

15-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for metam according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for metam according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance metam. To assess the occurrence of metam residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008C as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (including the...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

15-1-2019

Assessment of genetically modified soybean A2704‐12 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐009)

Assessment of genetically modified soybean A2704‐12 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐009)

Published on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 Following the submission of application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐009 under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 from Bayer CropScience N.V., the Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority was asked to deliver a scientific risk assessment on the data submitted in the context of the renewal of authorisation application for the herbicide‐tolerant genetically modified soybean A2704‐12, for food and feed uses, import and processing, excluding cultivation within th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

15-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for fluometuron according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for fluometuron according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 14 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance fluometuron. To assess the occurrence of fluometuron residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (in...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

12-1-2019

Assessment of the application for renewal of authorisation of selenomethionine produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397 for all animal species

Assessment of the application for renewal of authorisation of selenomethionine produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397 for all animal species

Published on: Fri, 11 Jan 2019 The Panel on Additives and Products or Substances used in Animal Feed (FEEDAP) was asked to deliver a scientific opinion on the application for renewal of authorisation of organic form of selenium produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NCYC R397 (Alkosel®) for all animal species. The FEEDAP Panel has delivered two opinions (on 2007 and 2016) on the safety and efficacy of the additive. The additive is characterised as organic selenium mainly selenomethionine (63%); it was ini...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

9-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for sedaxane according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for sedaxane according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Tue, 08 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance sedaxane. To assess the occurrence of sedaxane residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EU) No 188/2011, the MRLs established by the Codex Alimentarius Commission as well as the...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

9-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for triazoxide according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for triazoxide according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Tue, 08 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance triazoxide. To assess the occurrence of triazoxide residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008, as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States. Bas...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

9-1-2019

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for chromafenozide according to Article 12 Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for chromafenozide according to Article 12 Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Tue, 08 Jan 2019 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance chromafenozide. Considering the information provided by Member States, neither EU uses nor import tolerances are currently authorised for chromafenozide within the EU. Furthermore, no MRLs are established by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (codex maximum residue limits) for this active subst...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority EFSA Journal

18-12-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for pencycuron according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for pencycuron according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 17 Dec 2018 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance pencycuron. To assess the occurrence of pencycuron residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (incl...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

15-12-2018

Annual report of the Scientific Network on Microbiological Risk Assessment 2018

Annual report of the Scientific Network on Microbiological Risk Assessment 2018

Published on: Fri, 14 Dec 2018 Among the tasks of EFSA, according to its founding regulation (Regulation (EC) No 178/2002), there is the establishment of a system of Networks of organisations operating in the fields within EFSA's mission, the objective being to facilitate a scientific cooperation framework by the coordination of activities, the exchange of information, the development and implementation of joint projects, the exchange of expertise and best practices. Additionally, the EFSA Science Strat...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

14-12-2018

Response to comments on the Scientific Opinion on the scientific substantiation of a health claim related to Symbiosal® and lowering of blood pressure and reduced risk of hypertension pursuant to Article 14 of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006

Response to comments on the Scientific Opinion on the scientific substantiation of a health claim related to Symbiosal® and lowering of blood pressure and reduced risk of hypertension pursuant to Article 14 of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006

Published on: Thu, 13 Dec 2018 Following a request from the European Commission, EFSA was asked to review the comments received on the Scientific Opinion of the EFSA Panel on Dietetic Products, Nutrition and Allergies (NDA) on the scientific substantiation of a health claim related to Symbiosal® and lowering of blood pressure and reduced risk of hypertension pursuant to Article 14 of Regulation (EC) No 1924/2006. Comments originating from the applicant (Han‐Biotech GmbH) were submitted to EFSA via the E...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

13-12-2018

The European Union summary report on trends and sources of zoonoses, zoonotic agents and food-borne outbreaks in 2017

The European Union summary report on trends and sources of zoonoses, zoonotic agents and food-borne outbreaks in 2017

Published on: Wed, 12 Dec 2018 This report of the European Food Safety Authority and the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control presents the results of zoonoses monitoring activities carried out in 2017 in 37 European countries (28 Member States (MS) and nine non-MS). Campylobacteriosis was the commonest reported zoonosis and its EU trend for confirmed human cases increasing since 2008 stabilised during 2013–2017. The decreasing EU trend for confirmed human salmonellosis cases since 2008 end...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

17-11-2018

Assessment of genetically modified soybean MON 89788 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐011)

Assessment of genetically modified soybean MON 89788 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐011)

Published on: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 Following the submission of application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐011 under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 from Monsanto Europe, the Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority (GMO Panel) was asked to deliver a scientific risk assessment on the data submitted in the context of the renewal of authorisation application for the herbicide‐tolerant genetically modified soybean MON 89788, for food and feed uses, excluding cultivation within the European Union....

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

17-11-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for tau‐fluvalinate according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for tau‐fluvalinate according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Fri, 16 Nov 2018 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance tau‐fluvalinate. To assess the occurrence of tau‐fluvalinate residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 as well as the European authorisations reported by Member St...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

15-11-2018

Assessment of genetically modified LLCotton25 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐010)

Assessment of genetically modified LLCotton25 for renewal of authorisation under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐010)

Published on: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 Following the submission of application EFSA‐GMO‐RX‐010 under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 from Bayer, the Panel on Genetically Modified Organisms of the European Food Safety Authority (GMO Panel) was asked to deliver a scientific risk assessment on the data submitted in the context of the renewal of authorisation application for the herbicide‐tolerant genetically modified LLCotton25, for food and feed uses, import and processing, excluding cultivation within the EU. The d...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

15-11-2018

Assessment of genetically modified maize MZHG0JG for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133)

Assessment of genetically modified maize MZHG0JG for food and feed uses, import and processing under Regulation (EC) No 1829/2003 (application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133)

Published on: Wed, 14 Nov 2018 The scope of application EFSA‐GMO‐DE‐2016‐133 is for food and feed uses, import and processing of genetically modified (GM) maize MZHG0JG in the European Union. Maize MZHG0JG was developed to confer tolerance to the herbicidal active substances glyphosate and glufosinate‐ammonium. The molecular characterisation data and bioinformatic analyses do not identify issues requiring food/feed safety assessment. None of the identified differences in the agronomic/phenotypic and com...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

31-10-2018

Updated review of the existing maximum residue levels for imazalil according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 following new toxicological information

Updated review of the existing maximum residue levels for imazalil according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 following new toxicological information

Published on: Tue, 30 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0100 In compliance with Article 43 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA received a mandate from the European Commission to provide an update of the reasoned opinion on the review of existing maximum residue levels (MRLs) for imazalil published on 5 September 2017, taking into account the additional information provided on the toxicity of the metabolites R014821, FK‐772 and FK‐284. EFSA did not derive MRL proposals from the post‐harvest uses reported on citrus fru...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

20-10-2018

Scientific Opinion on Flavouring Group Evaluation 200, Revision 1 (FGE.200 Rev.1): 74 α,β‐unsaturated aliphatic aldehydes and precursors from chemical subgroup 1.1.1 of FGE.19

Scientific Opinion on Flavouring Group Evaluation 200, Revision 1 (FGE.200 Rev.1): 74 α,β‐unsaturated aliphatic aldehydes and precursors from chemical subgroup 1.1.1 of FGE.19

Published on: Fri, 19 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 The Panel on Food Additives and Flavourings of the European Food Safety Authority was requested to evaluate the genotoxic potential of 74 flavouring substances from subgroup 1.1.1 of FGE.19 in the Flavouring Group Evaluation 200 Revision 1 (FGE.200 Rev1). In FGE.200, genotoxicity studies were provided for one representative substance, namely hex‐2(trans)‐enal [FL‐no: 05.073], and for other two substances in the same subgroup, namely 2‐dodecenal [FL‐no: 05.03...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

2-10-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for cyflufenamid according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for cyflufenamid according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 01 Oct 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance cyflufenamid. To assess the occurrence of cyflufenamid residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Directive 91/414/EEC as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (in...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

27-9-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for tembotrione according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for tembotrione according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Wed, 26 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance tembotrione. To assess the occurrence of tembotrione residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EU) No 188/2011 as well as the import tolerances and European author...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

26-9-2018

Modification of the existing maximum residue level for flonicamid in various crops

Modification of the existing maximum residue level for flonicamid in various crops

Published on: Tue, 25 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0200 In accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the applicant Dienstleistungszentrum Ländlicher Raum submitted a request to the competent national authority in Germany to modify the existing maximum residue level (MRL) for the active substance flonicamid in radishes. Furthermore, in accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, the applicant ISK Biosciences Europe N.V. submitted a request to the competent national authority in the Ne...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

20-9-2018

Getinge Issues Worldwide Voluntary Correction of Maquet/Getinge Cardiosave Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP) For Interruption and/or Inability to Start Therapy at Altitudes above 3,200 Feet/975 Meters

Getinge Issues Worldwide Voluntary Correction of Maquet/Getinge Cardiosave Intra-Aortic Balloon Pump (IABP) For Interruption and/or Inability to Start Therapy at Altitudes above 3,200 Feet/975 Meters

Getinge is voluntarily initiating a Worldwide recall involving a field correction of approximately 5,223 Maquet/Getinge Cardiosave Intra-Aortic Balloon Pumps (IABP) sold by Datascope Corp., for a potential interruption and/or inability to start therapy to the patient regarding the use of certain Intra-Aortic Balloons (IABs) prior to or during the use with Cardiosave IABP for users who are at altitudes above 3200 feet/975 meters. This condition could potentially lead to patient hemodynamic instability.

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

13-9-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for fluquinconazole according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for fluquinconazole according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Wed, 12 Sep 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance fluquinconazole. Considering the information provided by Member States, neither EU uses nor import tolerances are currently authorised for fluquinconazole within the European Union. Furthermore, no MRLs are established by the Codex Alimentarius Commission (codex maximum residue ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for sintofen according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for sintofen according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Tue, 28 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance sintofen. To assess the occurrence of sintofen residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008, as well as the European authorisations reported by Member ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for prochloraz according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for prochloraz according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance prochloraz. To assess the occurrence of prochloraz residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Directive 91/414/EEC, the MRLs established by the Codex Alimentarius Commission as well as th...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for napropamide according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for napropamide according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Fri, 24 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance napropamide. To assess the occurrence of napropamide residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Directive 91/414/EEC as well as the European authorisations reported by Member States (incl...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for myclobutanil according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Review of the existing maximum residue levels for myclobutanil according to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005

Published on: Mon, 13 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 According to Article 12 of Regulation (EC) No 396/2005, EFSA has reviewed the maximum residue levels (MRLs) currently established at European level for the pesticide active substance myclobutanil. To assess the occurrence of myclobutanil residues in plants, processed commodities, rotational crops and livestock, EFSA considered the conclusions derived in the framework of Commission Regulation (EC) No 33/2008, the MRLs established by the Codex Alimentarius Com...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Evaluation of data concerning the necessity of bromoxynil as herbicide to control a serious danger to plant health which cannot be contained by other available means, including non‐chemical methods

Evaluation of data concerning the necessity of bromoxynil as herbicide to control a serious danger to plant health which cannot be contained by other available means, including non‐chemical methods

Published on: Mon, 13 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 EFSA was requested by the European Commission to provide scientific assistance under Article 31 of Regulation (EC) No 178/2002 regarding the evaluation of data concerning the necessity of bromoxynil as a herbicide to control a serious danger to plant health which cannot be contained by other available means including non‐chemical methods, in accordance with Article 4(7) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009. In this context, EFSA organised a commenting phase with ...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

29-8-2018

Grant agreement for piloting the Framework Partnership Agreement between the National data provider organisations in Slovakia and EFSA – Final report

Grant agreement for piloting the Framework Partnership Agreement between the National data provider organisations in Slovakia and EFSA – Final report

Published on: Tue, 07 Aug 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Presented document is the final report of the project GA/EFSA/DATA/2017/01: “Strategic Partnership with Slovakia on Data Quality (Pilot project)”. The report describes national processes and tools in order to implement internal validation and quality control of collected data according to EFSA requirements. A description of the data transmission processes from the National Databases to the EFSA databases, terminology, data mapping and data transformations fo...

Europe - EFSA - European Food Safety Authority Publications

22-8-2018

FDA Drug Safety Communication: FDA to evaluate increased risk of heart-related death and death from all causes with the gout medicine febuxostat (Uloric)

FDA Drug Safety Communication: FDA to evaluate increased risk of heart-related death and death from all causes with the gout medicine febuxostat (Uloric)

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning that preliminary results from a safety clinical trial show an increased risk of heart-related death with febuxostat (Uloric) compared to another gout medicine called allopurinol. We required the Uloric drug manufacturer, Takeda Pharmaceuticals, to conduct this safety study when we approved the medicine in 2009. Once we receive the final results from the manufacturer, we will conduct a comprehensive review and will update the public with any new inf...

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

17-7-2018

Blokhuis kondigt grootschalige extra vaccinatie aan: Ruim half miljoen kinderen krijgen oproep

Blokhuis kondigt grootschalige extra vaccinatie aan: Ruim half miljoen kinderen krijgen oproep

Volgend jaar worden zo’n 650.000 kinderen extra opgeroepen om zich te laten inenten tegen de zeer ernstige infectieziekte meningokokken. Het gaat om kinderen die zijn geboren na 1 januari 2001 en voor mei 2004. Dat laat staatssecretaris Paul Blokhuis (VWS) weten in een brief aan de Tweede Kamer. Reden voor deze maatregel is dat in de afgelopen jaren een stijging te zien is van het aantal mensen dat de infectie meningokokken type W oploopt. Met deze extra vaccinatieronde moet die groei worden ingedamd. He...

Netherlands - Ministerie van Volksgezondheid, Welzijn en Sport

29-3-2007

New reimbursement status of lipid lowering medicinal products enters into force on 23 April 2007

New reimbursement status of lipid lowering medicinal products enters into force on 23 April 2007

As of 23 April 2007, the reimbursement status of lipid lowering medicinal products will be changed. The decision includes all lipid lowering medicinal products with marketing authorisations in Denmark on 15 March 2007.

Danish Medicines Agency

18-12-2018


Orphan designation: Mercaptopurine (oral suspension), Treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, 30/04/2009, Positive

Orphan designation: Mercaptopurine (oral suspension), Treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, 30/04/2009, Positive

Orphan designation: Mercaptopurine (oral suspension), Treatment of acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, 30/04/2009, Positive

Europe - EMA - European Medicines Agency

5-12-2018


Orphan designation: Paclitaxel (micellar), Treatment of ovarian cancer, 17/12/2006, Positive

Orphan designation: Paclitaxel (micellar), Treatment of ovarian cancer, 17/12/2006, Positive

Orphan designation: Paclitaxel (micellar), Treatment of ovarian cancer, 17/12/2006, Positive

Europe - EMA - European Medicines Agency

4-12-2018


Overview of comments received on Ibuprofen 200 – 800 mg oral use, immediate release formulations product-specific bioequivalence guidance

Overview of comments received on Ibuprofen 200 – 800 mg oral use, immediate release formulations product-specific bioequivalence guidance

Overview of comments received on Ibuprofen 200 – 800 mg oral use, immediate release formulations product-specific bioequivalence guidance

Europe - EMA - European Medicines Agency

26-11-2018

Today’s statement highlights increased expectations for information required in 510(k) submissions; each averages 1,185 pages, compared to 475 pages in 2009. Reviewers spend more time reviewing applications, but time to decision has become more efficient

Today’s statement highlights increased expectations for information required in 510(k) submissions; each averages 1,185 pages, compared to 475 pages in 2009. Reviewers spend more time reviewing applications, but time to decision has become more efficient

Today’s statement highlights increased expectations for information required in 510(k) submissions; each averages 1,185 pages, compared to 475 pages in 2009. Reviewers spend more time reviewing applications, but time to decision has become more efficient https://go.usa.gov/xPHdE 

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

26-11-2018

Today, #FDA’s device center also posted performance report highlighting measures taken to increase predictability, transparency of 510(k) review process, incl. 50 final guidance documents on important medical device policy issues issued since 2009.  https

Today, #FDA’s device center also posted performance report highlighting measures taken to increase predictability, transparency of 510(k) review process, incl. 50 final guidance documents on important medical device policy issues issued since 2009. https

Today, #FDA’s device center also posted performance report highlighting measures taken to increase predictability, transparency of 510(k) review process, incl. 50 final guidance documents on important medical device policy issues issued since 2009. https://go.usa.gov/xPHdn 

FDA - U.S. Food and Drug Administration

17-9-2018

Scientific guideline:  Concept paper on the need for revision of the guideline on the investigation of medicinal products in the term and preterm neonate - Revision 1, draft: consultation open

Scientific guideline: Concept paper on the need for revision of the guideline on the investigation of medicinal products in the term and preterm neonate - Revision 1, draft: consultation open

The Guideline on the investigation of medicinal products in the term and preterm neonates was prepared during the period from 2007 to 2009 and came into effect in 2010 (EMEA/536810/2008). Considerable experience of assessing PIP applications covering neonatal age subset has been gained since then and it has become apparent that some essential questions arise repeatedly during the assessment of Paediatric Investigation Plans (PIP) applications for products intended to be investigated and used in neonates....

Europe - EMA - European Medicines Agency

18-4-2018

EU/3/18/2009 (SOTIO a.s)

EU/3/18/2009 (SOTIO a.s)

EU/3/18/2009 (Active substance: Autologous dendritic cells pulsed with killed ovarian cancer cells and matured by TLR3 ligand ex vivo) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)2405 of Wed, 18 Apr 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/246/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

18-4-2018

EU/3/18/2008 (StolmAr and Partner PatentanwAlte PartG mbB)

EU/3/18/2008 (StolmAr and Partner PatentanwAlte PartG mbB)

EU/3/18/2008 (Active substance: Adeno-associated viral vector serotype 9 encoding miRNA against human superoxide dismutase 1) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)2404 of Wed, 18 Apr 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/254/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

18-4-2018

EU/3/18/2007 (Dr Philippe Moullier)

EU/3/18/2007 (Dr Philippe Moullier)

EU/3/18/2007 (Active substance: Adeno-associated viral vector serotype 8 containing the human acid alpha-glucosidase gene) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)2403 of Wed, 18 Apr 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/255/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

23-3-2018

EU/3/18/2005 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2005 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2005 (Active substance: Tazemetostat) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)1893 of Fri, 23 Mar 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/222/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

23-3-2018

EU/3/18/2004 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2004 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2004 (Active substance: Tazemetostat) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)1892 of Fri, 23 Mar 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/217/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

23-3-2018

EU/3/18/2003 (Pharmadev Healthcare Ltd)

EU/3/18/2003 (Pharmadev Healthcare Ltd)

EU/3/18/2003 (Active substance: Ribavirin) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)1891 of Fri, 23 Mar 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/225/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

23-3-2018

EU/3/18/2002 (Pharmadev Healthcare Ltd)

EU/3/18/2002 (Pharmadev Healthcare Ltd)

EU/3/18/2002 (Active substance: Ribavirin) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)1890 of Fri, 23 Mar 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/224/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety

23-3-2018

EU/3/18/2006 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2006 (IQVIA RDS Ireland Limited)

EU/3/18/2006 (Active substance: Tazemetostat) - Orphan designation - Commission Decision (2018)1894 of Fri, 23 Mar 2018 European Medicines Agency (EMA) procedure number: EMA/OD/234/17

Europe -DG Health and Food Safety