NATIONAL HORTICULT WETTER SPREADER-STICKER

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

Active ingredient:
alkylaryl polyglycol ether(1000g/L)
Available from:
NATIONAL
INN (International Name):
alkylaryl polyglycol ether(1000g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
LIQUID
Units in package:
5L,20L
Class:
AgChem
Manufactured by:
LANDMARK RURAL
Therapeutic group:
WETTING AGENT | SPREADER | SURFACTANT
Therapeutic area:
spray adjuvant
Therapeutic indications:
TANK MIXING | ADDITIVE | AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL | HERBICIDE | MINIMISE ANTAGONISM | SPRAY TANK
Product summary:
A non-ionic wetting agent for use with vines, fruit, vegetables, ornamentals and herbicide sprays. Improves distribution and penetration of fungicides, insecticides and herbicides.
Authorization status:
Registered and available
Authorization number:
53448/0900
Authorization date:
2000-10-03

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT 1000g/L ALKYLARYLPOLYGLYCOL ETHER

A non - ionic wetting agent for use with Vines, Fruit,

Vegetables, Ornamentals and Herbicide sprays.

Improves distribution and penetration of

fungicides, insecticides and herbicides.

CONTENTS:

20

LITRES

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH,

CRUSTACEANS AND ENVIRONMENT

DO NOT contaminate streams, rivers or waterways with the

chemical or used containers.

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

Store in the closed, original container in a well ventilated

area. Do not store for long periods in direct sunlight.

DO NOT re-use container. Triple or (preferably) pressure

rinse empty container into the spray tank. DO NOT dispose

of undiluted chemical on site. Return clean container to

recycle or point of supply.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

Avoid contact with eyes and skin. When using the product

wear rubber/PVC gloves, goggles and overalls. If product

on skin wash area thoroughly.

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs, contact a Doctor or Poisons Information

Centre (Ph: 13 11 26). If swallowed do not induce vomiting,

give a glass of water.

MSDS

Additional information is listed in the Material Safety Data

Sheet which can be obtained from the supplier.

CONDITIONS OF SALE

The use of NATIONAL HORTICULT WETTER being beyond the

control of the supplier, no warranty expressed or implied is

given by LANDMARK – an AWB company, regarding its

suitability, fitness or efficiency for any purpose for which it is

used

buyer,

whether

accordance

with

directions or not and LANDMARK – an AWB company

accepts no responsibility for any consequence whatsoever

resulting from the use of this product.

Batch No:

Date of

Manufacture:

APVMA No. 53448/0900

Landmark Rural Pty Ltd

PO Box 862

Mt Lawley WA 6929

A.B.N. 71 667 223 539

14 Clyde Rd, Menora

Tel: (08) 9272 3155

S P R E A D E R S T I C K E R

NATIONAL

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

FOR ALL STATES

SITUATION

RATE PER 100L

Critical Comments

Vines, Orchards,

6 - 10mL

Vegetables and

Ornamental Sprays

Herbicide Sprays

25mL

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

CONTRARY

TO

THIS

LABEL

UNLESS

AUTHORISED

UNDER

APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD

Withholding period not required for National Horticult

Wetter, however, the withholding period specified for any

agricultural chemical mixed with National Hoticult Wetter

must be observed.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

The use of National Horticult Wetter with agricultural and

horticultural sprays will enhance spray results by reducing

droplet surface tension and increase the distribution and

penetration of the chemical over the target plants. This is

particularly important on waxy or hairy plant surfaces that

are difficult to wet and where systemic activity is critical

for efficacy. The sticking ability of National Horticult Wetter

helps plant protection agents to resist washing off.

MIXING

Mix the required quantity of National Horticult Wetter with a

small amount of water and then add to the spray tank

after all the water has been added. Do not add to spray

tank before all the water has been added as excess

frothing may result. Do not add to undiluted spray material.

COMPATIBILITY

National Horticult Wetter is non-ionic. It can be mixed with

all commonly used fungicides, herbicides and

insecticides. It mixes readily with all types of water and

spray solutions and will not cause injury to tender or

delicate foliage when used as directed.

10mL per 100L

should be used on

difficult-to-wet

plants and in hard

water

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SafetyData Sheet

NationalHorticulturalWetter

1: Identification ofthematerialand supplier

Names

ProductName: NationalHorticulturalWetter

OtherNames: None Allocated

Supplier: ChemformPtyLtd (ABN:50 008 905 119)

7 Kirke Street,Balcatta,WA6021

Phone (08)9344 2455 Fax:(08)9344 4360 Email: admin@chemform.com.au

www.chemform.com.au

EmergencyTelephone:PoisonsInformation Centre(Australia)13 1126

RecommendedUse: Leafwettingagent

2: Hazardous Identification

Statement of HazardousClassified asHAZARDOUSaccording to the criteriaofSafeWorkAustraliaandclassified as

&DangerousNature: notaDANGEROUSGOODaccordingtocriteriaAustralianDangerousGoodsCode.

HazardClassification: Xi Irritant

Xn Harmful

Risk Phrase(s): R22 Harmfulifswallowed

R41 Riskofseriouseyedamage

SafetyPhrase(s): S26 In case ofcontactwith eyes,rinse immediatelywith plentyofwaterand seek

medicaladvice

S24/25 Avoid contactwith skin and eyes

S39 Weareye/face protection

3: Composition/Information on Ingredients

INGREDIENT CASNUMBER PROPORTION

Nonylphenolethoxylate 9016-45-9 >60%

Otheringredientsdetermined none

hazardous - To 100%

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4: FirstAidMeasures

General: Ifpoisoning occurs,contacta doctororPoisonsInformation Centre

(Australia13 11 26)

Ingestion: Ifswallowed,rinse mouth outimmediatelyandgive plentyofwatertodrink.Donotinduce

vomiting. Seekmedicalattentionurgently.

Eyes: Ifin eyes,holdeyelidsapartandflushtheeyecontinuouslywithrunningwaterforatleast15

minutes. Seekmedicalattention

Skin: Ifskin orhaircontactoccurs,remove contaminatedclothingand flush skin and hairwith

running water.

Inhalation: Remove affected person to fresh airand keep calm. Seekmedicalattentionifsymptoms

persist.

AdvicetoDoctor: Treatsymptomatically

FirstAidFacilities: Fresh water,soap,eyewash.

LongTermEffects: None known.

5: FireFightingMeasures

GeneralComment: The productisnon-combustible

Specific Hazards: Decomposeson heating emittingoxidesofcarbon

HazchemCode: Notapplicable

6:Accidental Release Measures

PersonalPrecautions:Keep unnecessarypersonnelaway.Wearprotective eyewear,gloves,overalls,and chemical

resistantsafetyboots.

SpillsandDisposal: Preventthe spillfromentering the environment.Sweep up andplace in suitablylabelled

containersfordisposal.

7: Handling and Storage

Handling: Minimise directcontactwithproduct.

Storage: Alwaysreplacelidon containerafteruse.

Hygiene Measures: Alwayswash handsbeforeeating,drinking,smoking orusingthetoilet.

8: ExposureControls–Personal Protection

NationalExposure Noneavailable

Standards:

EngineeringControls: Avoidgenerationand inhalation ofmists.

PersonalProtection:

Eyes: Chemicalgoggles

Hands: Chemicalresistantgloves

Skin: Overallsand chemicalresistantboots

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9: Physical andChemical Properties

Appearance: Clear

Odour: Nil

pH(1%w/w): N/A

VapourPressure: Notknown

VapourDensity: Notknown

BoilingPoint: Notrelevant

MeltingPoint: Notrelevant

Solubility: Soluble in water

Specific Gravity: 1.04

10: StabilityandReactivity

Chemical Stability: The productisstable undernormalconditions.

ConditionstoAvoid: Avoidextreme heat,high temperatures.

Incompatible Materials:Strong oxidizing agents

Hazardous

Decomposition

Products: Oxidesofcarbon

Hazardous Reaction: None know

11: Toxicological Information

Ingestion(acute): No data available

Eye (acute): Asevere eyeirritant

Skin(acute): Contactwith skin mayresultinirritation

Inhalation(acute): Breathing inmistmayresultin respiratoryirritation

ChronicEffects: Repeatedorprolonged skin contactmaycausedermatitis

12: EcologicalInformation

EnvironmentalProtection:

Avoid contaminatingwaterways.

13: DisposalConsiderations

DisposalMethods: Disposalofthisproductandsolutionsoftheproductshouldatalltimescomplywith

requirementsofenvironmentalprotectionandwaste disposallegislationaswellas

requirementsbylocalauthorities.

14: Transport Information

UN Number: Notapplicable

UN Proper

ShippingName: Notapplicable

Class: Notapplicable

SubsidiaryRisk: Notapplicable

PackingGroup: Notapplicable

SpecialPrecautions Ensure containersare clearlylabeled.Keep containerssecurelysealed andprotected

Forusers: againstphysicaldamage.

HazchemCode: Notapplicable

IERGNumber: Notapplicable

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15: RegulatoryInformation

Packaging&Labelling:Thisproductcontainsanon-ScheduledPoison in accordancewith the relevantState Poisons

Act.Defined asa “Non-DangerousGood”bytheAustralianCode fortheTransportof

DangerousGoodsbyRoadandRail.

16: OtherInformation

PreparedBy: BrettAmos

Date ofPrevious Issue:March2006

Change Made: Full review

References: Australian DangerousGoodsCode

ListofDesignated HazardousSubstances

NationalCodeofPractice forthePreparationofMaterialSafetyDataSheets

Standard forthe Union Scheduling ofDrugsandPoisons

Contact Person/Point: Australia:

24HOUREMERGENCYCONTACT

PoisonsInformation Centre(Australia)13 1126

LEGALDISCLAIMER:

The aboveinformationisbelievedtobe correctwithrespectto theformula used to manufacture theproductinthe

countryoforigin. Asdata,standards,and regulationschange,and conditionsofuse and handling arebeyondour

control,NOWARRANTY,EXPRESS ORIMPLIED,IS MADE AS TOTHECOMPLETENESS ORCONTINUING

ACCURACYOFTHISINFORMATION.

ENDOFSAFETYDATASHEET

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