NUFARM AMICIDE 625 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

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

Active ingredient:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE AND DIETHANOLAMINE SA
Available from:
NUFARM AUSTRALIA LIMITED
INN (International Name):
2,4-D as dea/dma(625g/L)
Pharmaceutical form:
AQUEOUS CONCENTRATE
Composition:
2,4-D PRESENT AS THE DIMETHYLAMINE AND DIETHANOLAMINE SA PHENOXY ACIDS-2,4-D Active 625.0 g/L
Units in package:
1000L; 110L; 15L; 200L; 20L; 500L; 5L
Class:
A - Agricultural
Therapeutic group:
BANANA | BARLEY | BROOM MILLET | CANOLA | CARIBBEAN STYLO FORAGE CROP | CARIBBEAN STYLO SEED CROP | CEREAL RYE | CEREALS | COMMO
Therapeutic area:
HERBICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS | AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS | ANNUAL THISTLE | APPLE-OF-PERU | ARTICHOKE THISTLE | BANANA SUCKER ERADICATION | BATHURST BURR | BELLVINE | BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP | BINDWEED | BINDY-EYE | BITOU BUSH OR BONESEED | BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE | BLACK-EYED SUSAN | BLUE SNAKEWEED | BLUE TOP - AGERATUM/HELIOTROPIUM SPP. | BOXTHORN | BROADLEAF WEEDS | BROADLEAF WEEDS - EXCEPT NOOGOORA BURR | BURR MEDIC | CALIFORNIAN BURR | CALIFORNIAN THISTLE | CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE | CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON | CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS | CAPE TULIP | CAPEWEED | CASTOR OIL BUSH | CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED | CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA | CHARLOCK | CHINESE MINT | CLOCKWEED | CLOVER | COBBLER'S PEGS | COMMON HELIOTROPE | COMMON ICEPLANT | COMMON SIDA | CONVOLVULUS VINES | COTTON BUSH (MILKY COTTON BUSH) | DOCK | DOCK - SEEDLING | DOVEWEED | ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL | FAT HEN | FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM | FLEABANE | FUMITORY - RED | FUMITORY - WHITE | GALVANISED BURR | GERANIUM | GRASSES - EXCEPT MO
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 6; Withholding period: WHP: Pasture cereal crops-Do not graze for stock food for 7 days after appli cation. Harvest WHP: Not required when used as directed.; Host/pest details: BANANA: [BANANA SUCKER ERADICATION]; BARLEY: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER CANOLA, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; BROOM MILLET: [CAPE TULIP, DOCK, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, RADISH, SAFFRON THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD TURNIP]; CANOLA: [AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CARIBBEAN STYLO FORAGE CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CARIBBEAN STYLO SEED CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CEREAL RYE: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU, BATHURST BURR, BELLVINE, BILLYGOAT WEED OR BLUE TOP, BINDWEED, BLACK-EYED SUSAN, BLACKBERRY NIGHTSHADE, BLUE SNAKEWEED, CALIFORNIAN BURR, CALIFORNIAN THISTLE, CALTROP OR YELLOW VINE, CAMEL OR AFGHAN MELON, CANOLA - BRASSICA NAPUS, CAPE TULIP, CAPEWEED, CASTOR OIL BUSH, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHARLOCK, CLOVER, COBBLER'S PEGS, COMMON HELIOTROPE, COMMON ICEPLANT, COMMON SIDA, DOCK, DOVEWEED, ERODIUM, CROWFOOT OR STORKSBILL, FAT HEN, FLANNEL WEED - ABUTILON OXYCARPUM, FUMITORY - RED, FUMITORY - WHITE, HOARY CRESS OR WHITEWEED, HOREHOUND, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, KHAKI WEED, KNOBWEED, LINCOLN WEED, SAND ROCKET OR MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, MELILOTUS OR HEXHAM SCENT, MEXICAN POPPY, MINTWEED, MORNING GLORY - IPOMOEA SPP., MUSTARD, NEEDLE BURR, NEW ZEALAND SPINACH, NOOGOORA BURR, PADDY MELON, PATERSON'S CURSE, PINKBURR, POTATO OR YELLOW WEED, PURPLE TOP, RADISH, RAGWORT, ROUGH POPPY, SAFFLOWER, SAFFRON THISTLE, SHEEP, SHORE OR WINGED SLENDER THISTLE, SHEPHERD'S PURSE, SIRATRO, SKELETON WEED, SOLDIER THISTLE, SORREL, SOW OR MILK THISTLE, SPEAR OR BLACK THISTLE, SPEEDWELL, SPINY EMEX, SPINYHEAD SIDA, STAR OF BETHLEHEM OR CUPID'S FLOWER, STAR THISTLE, STARBURR, STINKWORT, SUNFLOWER - SEEDLING, THORNAPPLE, TRIDAX DAISY, TURNIP WEED, VARIEGATED THISTLE, VETCHES, VOLUNTEER CANOLA, WARD'S WEED, WILD CABBAGE, WILD POPPY, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED, WILD TURNIP, WIREWEED, KNOTWEED OR HOGWEED]; CEREALS: [CAPE TULIP, CAT'S EAR OR FLATWEED, CHAMOMILE OR MATRICARIA, DOCK, INDIAN HEDGE MUSTARD, LONDON ROCKET, LUPINS, SAFFRON THISTLE, TURNIP WEED, WILD RADISH OR RADISH WEED]; COMMON STYLO FORAGE CROP: [AMARANTH OR AMARANTHUS, AMSINCKIA,YELLOW BURRWEED OR BURR GRASS, ANNUAL THISTLE, APPLE-OF-PERU,
Authorization status:
Stopped
Authorization number:
52904
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

Nufarm Amicide 625 Selective Herbicide

Version: 11 Feb 2011

Label Page

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm

Amicide

®

625

Selective Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 625 g/L 2,4-D present as the dimethylamine and diethanolamine salts

GROUP

I

HERBICIDE

For the control of broadleaved weeds in fallow before direct drilling or sowing of cereals and pastures; and

in cereal crops, pastures, sugar cane, peanuts and non-agricultural areas as per the Directions for Use.

This is a PHENOXY HERBICIDE that can cause severe damage to susceptible crops such as cotton,

grapes, tomatoes, oilseed crops and ornamentals.

DO NOT remove plastic inner container from carton until empty (15L only)

IMPORTANT: READ THE ATTACHED LEAFLET BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT

® Amicide is a registered trademark of Nufarm Australia Limited

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North Victoria 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000

Fax: (03) 9282 1001

Contents: 5 Litres

Contents: 15 Litres

Contents: 20 Litres

Contents: 110 Litres

Contents: 200 Litres

Contents: 500 Litres

Contents: 1000 Litres

APVMA Approval No.: 52904/51791

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

(15L)

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. Triple or preferably pressure rinse inner bladder

before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean packaging to

recycler or designated collection point. If not recycling, deliver empty packaging to an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste

management facility is not available bury the empty packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this

purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots, in compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. DO

NOT burn empty containers or product.

(5L, 20L, 200L)

Store in the 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, triple rinse, break, crush or puncture and deliver empty packaging

for appropriate disposal at an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste management facility is not available bury the empty

packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and

tree roots, in compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. Empty containers and product must not be burnt.

Envirodrum 110L Mini Bulk Returnable Container

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 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.

Refillable containers (500L, 1000L)

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

Poisonous if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist. When preparing spray, wear PVC or rubber apron, elbow

length PVC gloves and face shield. When using the prepared spray, wear face shield. If product on skin, immediately wash area with soap and

water. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms, and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day‟s use wash

gloves, face shield and contaminated clothing.

RLP

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Nufarm Amicide 625 Selective Herbicide

Version: 11 Feb 2011

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FIRST AID

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

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

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

www.nufarm.com.au

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498 Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

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.”

BN / DOM / Barcode / Drummuster/

POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Nufarm

Amicide

®

625

Selective Herbicide

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT: 625 g/L 2,4-D present as the dimethylamine and diethanolamine salts

GROUP

I

HERBICIDE

For the control of broadleaved weeds in fallow before direct drilling or sowing of cereals and pastures; and

in cereal crops, pastures, sugar cane, peanuts and non-agricultural areas as per the Directions for Use.

This is a PHENOXY HERBICIDE that can cause severe damage to susceptible crops such as cotton,

grapes, tomatoes, oilseed crops and ornamentals.

READ COMPLETE DIRECTIONS FOR USE BEFORE USING THIS PRODUCT.

® Amicide is a registered trademark of Nufarm Australia Limited

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

RESTRAINTS

DO NOT spray if rain seems likely within 6 hours or if strong winds prevail.

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

1. FIELD CROPS

SITUATION &

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Wheat

Refer Weed Table

NSW, ACT,

SA only

320mL-1.7L/ha

NSW, SA only - Apply after the first node can be felt at the base of a

tiller and before swelling of the head can be felt in a tiller

Vic only - Apply from tillering to boot stage

Qld only - Apply from mid tillering to before boot stage

Tas only - Apply at 5 leaf to fully tillered

Vic only

225mL-1.4L/ha

Qld only

560mL-1.4L/ha

Tas only

800mL-1.4L/ha

Barley

NSW, ACT,

SA only

320mL-1.4L/ha

Vic only

225mL-1.4L/ha

Qld only

560mL-1.4L/ha

Tas only

800mL-1.4L/ha

Cereal rye,

Triticale

NSW, ACT,

SA only

320mL-1.4L/ha

Vic only

225mL-1.4L/ha

Oats

NSW, SA

only

320-800mL/ha

Vic only

225-800mL/ha

Cereals: Wheat,

Oats, Barley

Cape tulip

WA only

640mL-1.3L/ha

Apply from the 5 leaf stage up to jointing stage (Z15-33). Apply after

the 6 leaf stage (Z16) for Cranbrook, Jacup, Aroona and Spear

wheat and Mortlock oats to avoid possible damage. DO NOT spray if

Lucerne is present.

WEED STAGE: 10-15cm. Docks should be sprayed before 5 leaf

stage. Cape tulip - low rate for cormils only.

Dock, Flatweed,

Saffron thistle

1.1L/ha

Indian hedge mustard,

London rocket, Lupin,

Matricaria, Rapistrum,

Wild radish

800mL/ha

Wild turnip

640mL/ha

Capeweed,

Doublegee, Erodium,

London rocket, Lupin,

Mustard, Rapistrum,

Wild radish, Wild turnip

200mL/ha plus

500mL/ha Nufarm

Flowable Diuron

(500g/L)

Apply when crop has 4-5 leaves and most weeds have germinated

and are in 2-5 leaf stage. Crop and weeds should be dry at time of

application. Some temporary yellowing of crop may occur after

application. Undersown sub-clovers may be slightly retarded. DO

NOT apply to undersown medics.

Wheat, Barley

Wild radish

Vic, SA,

ACT, NSW

only

80mL/ha plus 850g/ha

Bayer Tribunex*

Herbicide

Spray 2-6 weeks after sowing and not later. DO NOT use on crops

undersown with lucerne.

APVMA Approval No.:52904/51791

Nufarm Amicide 625 Selective Herbicide

Version: 11 Feb 2011

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SITUATION &

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Cereals: Wheat,

Barley, Oats,

Triticale, Cereal

Volunteer canola

(Brassica napus)

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

All States

1L/ha

WEED STAGE: Up to 4 leaf.

CROP STAGE: 5 leaf to fully tillered.

1.4L/ha

WEED STAGE: Up to 6 leaf.

CROP STAGE: 5 leaf to fully tillered.

Fallow, Stubble

Spray prior to

direct drilling or

sowing - Winter

Cereals, Grain

legumes (peanuts

- Qld only) and

Canola

Refer Weed Table

All States

225mL-1.7L/ha

Observe plant back periods given in the table on this leaflet. Can be

mixed with Glean*/Lusta

, Nuquat

250 or SpraySeed* where

grasses are present. Select appropriate rate from the Weed Table.

For Skeleton weed, spraying should only be done 6-8 weeks before

anticipated sowing date and subsequent cultivation limited to a

minimum.

Volunteer canola

(Brassica napus)

including Roundup

Ready

varieties

1L/ha

Apply at this rate up to 4 leaf canola stage.

1.4L/ha

Apply at this rate up to 6 leaf canola stage.

Millet

Refer Weed Table

NSW, SA,

ACT, Vic

only

560mL-1.1L/ha

Spray when secondary roots have developed, when fully tillered and

before heads start to form at the base of the tillers. DO NOT use on

Panorama millet or Panicum.

Qld only

560-900mL/ha

Saccaline, Broom

millet, Millet

Cape tulip, Dock,

Saffron thistle, Indian

hedge mustard,

London rocket, Lupin,

Rapistrum, Radish,

Wild turnip

WA only

1.1L/ha

Spray when crop is 10-30cm high and secondary roots have

developed and before tasselling. Apply as direct spray to weeds.

Sugar cane

(Q80, Q96, & H56

varieties)

Bellvine

Qld, NSW

only

280mL/100L water

Apply in Spring, using directed spray.

Morning glory

560mL-1.1L/ha

Apply in Summer using high clearance tractor.

Pink Convolvulus, Star

of Bethlehem

1.1 L/ha

Apply in Autumn by aircraft.

Sugar cane

Bindy eye (Star burr),

Blue top, Cobbler‟s

pegs, Fleabanes, Jute,

Leucas, Needle burr,

Spear thistle, Water

primrose, Ipomea

vines, Convolvulus

vines

Qld only

1.8-3.5L/ha

Add 60-120mL Nufarm Activator

/100L of spray mixture. Agitate well.

DO NOT use on Q63, Q67, Q80 or Q96 Varieties.

Chinese mint, Blue

snakeweed

3.5L/ha

Peanuts

Broadleaf weeds;

except Noogoora burr,

Grasses except

Mossman burr

Qld only

1.8-3.6L/ha

LOWER RATE: Apply as BAND SPRAY as soon as possible after

planting in a 55cm band.

HIGHER RATE: Apply as OVERALL SPRAY after planting and

before crop emergence. Some crop damage may occur if heavy rain

falls between application and crop emergence.

Harvest Aid or

Salvage Spray -

Winter Cereals

Dessicate broadleaf

weeds

All States

1.2-1.7L/ha

Apply after dough stage.

Bananas

To destroy Banana

suckers

Qld only

160mL/10L water

Inject at the rate of 15mL per fully grown plant, 10mL per medium

sized plant and 5mL for small suckers.

320mL/100L water

Allow suckers from corms of treated plants to form broad adult

leaves, then spray. Isolated spots may require a second spray.

Common Stylo

forage or seed

crops

Carribean Stylo

forage or seed

crops

Refer to Weeds Table

800mL/ha

Apply post-emergence when weeds are 3 weeks old and crop is at

least 3 weeks old.

800mL-1.6L/ha

Apply post-emergence when crop is 3 weeks old.

2. PASTURES, NON-AGRICULTURAL, RIGHTS OF WAY, INDUSTRIAL, LAWNS

SITUATION &

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Pastures and

Non-

Agricultural

Refer Weed Table

NSW, Qld,

SA, ACT,

Tas only

560mL-1.7L/ha

Pasture legumes including lucerne, clovers and medics may be

damaged unless well protected by grasses. Spot spraying is

preferred.

Galvanised burr

NSW, ACT

only

320mL/100L water

Apply to young actively growing weeds. Ensure thorough and even

coverage of plants.

Note: Treated plants need to be burnt to destroy seeds.

Amsinckia, Docks, Bindweed,

Caltrop, Flatweed, Spear

thistle, Capeweed, Saffron

thistle, Mustard, Wild radish,

Wild turnip, Annual thistles,

Paterson‟s curse, Heliotrope,

Ragwort, Threecornered Jack

(Doublegee, Spiny emex)

WA only

1.1-2.4L/ha

For pastures not containing legumes. Only seedling Docks, Spear

thistle and Saffron thistle will be controlled.

SUMMER WEEDS: Use low rate for seedlings, 1.6-2.4L/ha for

larger plants. Stock poisoning may occur when grazed after

spraying if large amounts present, particularly Heliotrope.

WINTER WEEDS: Use low rate for seedlings, 1.6-2.4L/ha for larger

plants. If stock present, use spray/grazing rates.

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SITUATION &

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Pastures and

Non-

Agricultural

Afghan melons

WA only

1.6L/ha plus 1% crop

Spray when plants are actively growing preferably before flowering

or vining.

Paddy melons

800mL-1.1L/ha

Prickly saltwort (Roly poly)

1.6L/ha

Spray when plants are small.

Stinkwort

1.6-3.2L/ha plus

surfactant

Best results are obtained when plants are small. Use high rate on

larger plants.

Dove weed

3.2L/ha

Spray after good emergence of seedlings.

Pastures,

Rights of Way

and Industrial

Boxthorn, Boneseed,

Hawthorn

Vic, SA only

80mL/10L water

Spot Spraying: For Boneseed only, thoroughly wet plants or

seedlings.

undiluted

Cut stump: Apply or paint undiluted Amicide 625 to freshly cut

stumps

Groundsel

NSW, Qld,

ACT, SA

only

950mL/15L water

MISTING: Lightly wet plants.

320mL/100L water

HIGH VOLUME: Thoroughly wet plants.

Tas only

240mL/15L water

CUT STUMP: Swab the cut stump immediately. Apply by a pouring

can or Knapsack spray.

Qld, NSW,

ACT, SA,

Tas only

2.9-4.4L/ha

AERIAL APPLICATION: Spray when Groundsel is actively growing.

Lantana

NSW, Qld,

ACT, SA

only

320mL/100L water

Use a coarse spray with sufficient pressure to penetrate canopy and

wet stems as well as foliage. Spray at the end of a wet Summer

(March to May). Defoliation should occur but respraying of new

growth will be necessary in following Autumn. Broadcast grass seed

and keep stock off following Summer to allow the pasture to

establish. Damage may result to pasture legumes.

Mother of millions

NSW only

400mL/100L water

Hand gun and Knapsack only. A thorough coverage of leaves and

plantlets is necessary. Use Nufarm Chemwet 1000 at the rate of

1mL of surfactant per 1L of mixture.

Noogoora burr, Weir vine

(Ipomea), Scarlet pimpernel

(seedlings only), White eye

(Mexican clover)

Qld only

160mL/100L water

In all cases apply to young, actively growing weeds, ensuring

thorough coverage.

Annual and Perennial

Pigweed, Artichoke thistle,

Bathurst burr, Billygoat weed,

Blue snakeweed, Burr medic,

Clockweed^, Fleabanes,

Galvanised burr, Hemlock,

Hoary cress

, Kyalinga weed

(Whisker grass), Knobweed,

Milky cotton bushes,

Parthenium weed, Paterson's

curse, Saffron thistle, Star

burr, Thornapple, Variegated

thistle^

Qld only

320mL/100L water

In all cases apply to young, actively growing weeds, ensuring

thorough coverage.

^ Spray rosette stage.

+ Repeat spraying necessary.

Rubber vine

Qld only

160mL/10L water

Apply to freshly cut stump.

Sesbania pea

560-900mL/ha

Water Hyacinth

3.5-5.3L/ha

Apply to 2200-3300L water/ha

Wild tobacco tree

240mL/15L water

Cut Stump Treatment: Swab cut stump within 1 hour of cutting.

Apply by pouring can or knapsack sprayer.

Conservation

Tillage - Direct

Drilling,

Surface

Sowing or

Fallow

Maintenance

Charlock, Mustards,

Shepherd‟s purse, Saffron,

Slender, Spear and

Variegated thistles^, Turnip

weed, Wild radish, Wild turnip

All States

560mL-1.6L/ha

Apply to actively growing young plants before sowing. Observe plant

back periods given in the table on this leaflet.

^ Warning: Treated plants may become toxic to stock.

Clover, Sorrel

1.1L/ha plus 280-

400mL/ha Kamba

Apply to actively growing plants in Autumn. DO NOT sow pasture

seed for at least 30 days after application.

Pastures –

Spray Graze

Techniques

^PRECAUTION. An increased quantity of poisonous plants may be

eaten by stock using Spray-Graze eg. Caltrop, Capeweed,

Paterson‟s curse, Variegated thistle and deaths could result from

causes such as nitrate poisoning. With Paterson‟s curse, preferably

graze stock soon destined for slaughter and avoid extended periods

of grazing. Avoid grazing with young or breeding stock. DO NOT

graze horses or pigs on Paterson‟s curse.

Amsinckia, Thistles,

Capeweed, Doublegee,

Mustard, Paterson's curse,

Wild turnip, Wild radish,

Docks, Geranium, Erodium

SA only

560mL/ha

Apply from 6 weeks after opening rains in Autumn until the end of

August. Seven days after spraying, stock paddock at 4-5 times

normal rate, preferably with sheep. Maintain this level of grazing for

6 weeks or until pasture shows signs of over grazing. Then return to

normal stocking levels. Use high stocking rates in following Spring

to prevent weeds from flowering. Repeat treatments may be

required for 2-3 years for complete control.

Annual thistles, Capeweed,

Doublegee, Mustards,

Paterson‟s curse, Turnip,

Saffron thistle, Spear thistle,

Geranium, Slender thistle

Tas, Vic

only

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SITUATION &

CROP

WEEDS

STATE

RATE

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Pastures –

Spray Graze

Techniques

Amsinckia, Docks (seedling

only), Capeweed, Doublegee,

Mustard, Wild radish, Wild

turnip, Paterson's curse,

Annual thistles

WA only

600-800mL/ha

Apply from 6 weeks after opening rains in Autumn until the end of

August. Seven days after spraying stock paddock at 4-5 times

normal rate, preferably with sheep. Maintain this level of grazing for

6 weeks or until pasture shows signs of over grazing. Then return to

normal stocking levels. Use high stocking rates in following Spring

to prevent weeds from flowering. Repeat treatments may be

required for 2-3 years for complete control.

Spear thistle, Saffron thistle

1.2L/ha

Apply to Saffron thistle at the end of September when plants are

running up to flower. Sub-clovers may be damaged at this rate and

use is not recommended for all Medic pastures.

Melons

1.6L/ha + 1% oil

Heavy stocking on young plants sprayed with 800mL/ha provides

effective control.

Docks

Vic only

1.1L/ha

Apply in September only and follow other recommendations above.

Caltrop, Capeweed,

Charlock, Mustards,

Paterson's curse, Shepherd‟s

purse, Saffron, Slender,

Spear or Variegated thistle^,

Turnip Weed, Wild radish,

Wild turnip

NSW, ACT

only

280mL-1.1L/ha

Spray actively growing 6-8 week old weeds. Introduce stock 7-10

days after spraying, preferably sheep (cattle are less effective).

Stocking rate should be at least 5 times heavier than normal until

weeds have been reduced, but before survival of desirable pasture

species is threatened. Lucerne and Medics may be damaged and

should be grazed short before spraying. Other legumes may be

affected.

Lawns, Playing

fields

Refer Weed Table

Qld, NSW

only

1.5-3mL/1L of water

or 1.6-3.2L/ha

Wet foliage thoroughly. DO NOT mow lawn for 1 week before and at

least 1 week after application.

DO NOT use on Buffalo grass (WA only)

WA only

40mL per 10-15L

water/100m

3. SPOT SPRAYING

SITUATION & CROP

WEEDS

CONTROLLED

STATE

MIXING RATES / COMMENTS

High Volume Spraying

Refer to Weed Table

All States

Add 1/10th of rate on weed table to 150L of water. Each 150L of mix will cover 1000m

(1/10th ha). eg. If rate in weed table is 1.4L use 140mL/150L water

Knapsack Application

Refer to Weed Table

All States

Add 1/100th of rate on weed table to 10L of water. Each 10L of mix will cover 100m

(1/100th

ha). eg. If rate in weed table is 1.4L use 14mL/10L water.

MAXIMUM TOLERANCE FOR USE IN WHEAT, BARLEY, OATS AND TRITICALE INCLUDING TOLERANCE FOR UNDERSOWN LEGUMES.

Crop

Qld

NSW, ACT

Vic

Vic

SA

WA

Tas

Early

Tillering

Tillered

Boot Stage

Tillered

to Boot

(Z15-35)

Tillered

to Boot

(Z15-35)

Cereal rye

Wheat

Barley

Oats

Triticale

Undersown Clovers

Undersown Medics

Undersown Lucerne

1.8L/ha

1.4L/ha

-

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

800mL/ha

1.4L/ha

-

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

225mL/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

800mL/ha

-

1.4L/ha

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

900mL/ha

1.4L/ha

-

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.3L/ha

1.7L/ha

680mL/ha

NIL

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

800mL/ha

560mL/ha

560mL/ha

-

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

AUTHORISED UNDER APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

WITHHOLDING PERIOD

PASTURE, CEREAL CROPS

DO NOT GRAZE OR CUT FOR STOCK FOOD FOR 7 DAYS AFTER APPLICATION.

HARVEST WITHHOLDING PERIOD

NOT REQUIRED WHEN USED AS DIRECTED.

IN TASMANIA, THIS PRODUCT MAY ONLY BE USED FROM 15 APRIL TO 15 SEPTEMBER UNLESS OTHERWISE PERMITTED BY THE

REGISTRAR OF PESTICIDES.

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WEED TABLE:

NOTE: Where weeds are to be sprayed in a CROP or PASTURE use only the rates given for the particular crop or situation indicated under the

Directions for Use table.

In most cases this will give control, however some hard to kill weeds or those in advanced stages of growth may only be suppressed. The rates

listed in the Weed Table below are for use where weeds only are present and no crop or pasture is involved. Use at these rates in a crop or pasture

other than for spot spraying may cause damage.

This product should only be used in those states where a rate or range of rates is indicated for the particular weeds listed.

Weeds

Application Rate

Critical Comments

Crop

Pasture

Vic

NSW, ACT

SA

Qld

Tas

WA

NSW, SA,

Qld, Tas

only

Amaranthus spp.

560mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

Spray young plants.

Amsinckia

1.1L/ha

Apple of Peru

560mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

Spray young plants.

Susceptible when young.

Bathurst burr

800mL-

1.1L/ha

1.7-

2.2L/ha

900mL/ha

800mL-

1.1L/ha not

Spray seedlings only.

Bellvine

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray before seeding.

Advanced stages

susceptible.

Billygoat weed

3.4L/ha

3.4L/ha

Spray at young stage.

Bindweed

1.1L/ha

Blackberry

nightshade

560mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

Blackeyed Susan

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Apply at pre-flowering,

preferably young stages.

Blue snakeweed

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray seedlings at young

stages only.

California burr

800mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

800mL-

1.1L/ha not

Spray seedlings only.

Cape tulip

640mL-

1.3L/ha

Low rate for cormils only

Capeweed

1.4L/ha

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

1.7-2.8L/ha

Spray seedlings to rosette

stage.

Caltrop

800mL-

1.7L/ha

900mL/ha

1.1L/ha

Moderately susceptible.

Castor oil plant

3.4L/ha

3.4L/ha

Spray at young stage.

Charlock

560-

800mL/ha

560mL-

1.1L/ha

560mL/ha

1.4L/ha

800mL-

1.1L/ha

Spray at rosette stage.

Clover

1.2L/ha

Cobbler‟s pegs

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Apply at pre-flowering,

preferably young stages.

Common ice plant

1.1L/ha

Common sida

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray seedling or young

stages only.

Common sowthistle

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

1.4L/ha

Apply at pre-flowering,

preferably young stages.

Docks

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

3.2L/ha SA

only

Spray at multiple leaf

stage.-effective only on

seedlings.

Doveweed

1.1L/ha

Fat hen

560mL-

1.7L/ha

900mL/ha

1.4L/ha

Spray pre-flowering.

Flannel weed

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray seedling or young

stages only.

Flat weed

1.1L/ha

Fumitory - red

1.7L/ha

Fumitory - white

800mL/ha

560mL/ha

Spray at multiple leaf

stage.

Heliotrope

1.1L/ha

Hexham scent or

Melilotus

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

Spray multiple leaf stage

before seeding

Hoary cress

900mL-

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4-1.7L/ha

Spray rosettes and pre-

flowering.

Hogweed/Wireweed

1.4L/ha

1.4L/ha

Spray at multiple leaf stage

(Vic). Spray at seedling

and young plant stage

(Qld).

Horehound

1.4L/ha

2.2-3.2L/ha

SA only

Spray seedlings.

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Weeds

Application Rate

Critical Comments

Crop

Pasture

Vic

NSW, ACT

SA

Qld

Tas

WA

NSW, SA,

Qld, Tas

only

Indian hedge mustard

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

Khaki weed

1.1-2.2L/ha

not SA

Spray seedlings only.

Knobweed

1.8-3.4L/ha

Lower rate for seedlings;

higher rate for later stages.

Lincoln weed

1.7L/ha

Spray early rosettes.

London rocket

1.1L/ha

Lupins

800mL-

1.7L/ha

1.1L/ha

Melons - Camel,

paddy

560mL-

1.1L/ha

Mexican poppy

1.4L/ha

Spray seedlings – plants

become more resistant

with age.

Mintweed

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

Spray seedlings – resistant

in later stages.

Morning glory

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray at seedling to

flowering stage.

Mustards

225-

560mL/ha

560mL-

1.1L/ha

560mL-

1.4L/ha

900mL/ha

800mL/

560mL-

1.1L/ha

Spray at 2-4 leaf up to

rosette stage.

Needle burr

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Apply at pre-flowering,

preferably young stages.

New Zealand spinach

1.1-1.7L/ha

Noogoora burr

800mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL/ha

800mL-

1.1L/ha not

Spray seedlings only.

Paterson‟s curse

1.1-1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.3L/ha

1.7-2.2L/ha

Spray rosettes or before

plants have10 leaves.Later

stages harder to kill.

Pinkburr (Pink

flowered burr)

1.8L/ha

1.8L/ha

Spray seedling or young

stages only.

Potato weed

560mL-

1.1L/ha

900mL

Purpletop

3.4L/ha

3.4L

Spray at young stage.

Radish

1.1L

Ragwort

3.8L/ha

1.1L

Spray up to early rosette

stage (Tas only).

Rapistrum

1.1L

Rough poppy

1.1L/ha

Safflower

560mL-

1.1L/ha

Shepherd‟s purse

1.1-1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

800mL-

1.1L/ha

Spray young rosettes.

Siratro (Purple bean)

1.8L/ha

1.8L

Spray seedling or young

stages only.

Skeleton weed

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

Spray rosettes before

aerial growth commences.

Sorrel

1.4L/ha

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

Only moderately

susceptible.

Speedwell - Ivy leaf

1.1L/ha

Spinyhead sida

1.8L/ha

1.8L

Spray seeding or young

stages only

Starburr

1.8L/ha

1.8L

Spray before seeding,

advanced stages

susceptible.

Spiny emex

1.4L

Only young plants are

susceptible.

Star of Bethlehem

(Cupid‟s flower)

1.8L

Spray before seeding,

advanced stages

susceptible

Stinkwort

800mL-

1.4L/ha

Storkbill/Erodium

1.4L/ha

1.6-3.2L/ha

Spray seedlings to young

rosettes.

Sunflower (seedlings)

1.4L/ha

560mL-

1.4L/ha

900mL

Thistles: - Annual

1.1L

- Californian

2.7L/ha

3.2-3.8L/ha

Repeated applications may

be necessary. (NSW, Tas

only)

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Weeds

Application Rate

Critical Comments

Crop

Pasture

Vic

NSW, ACT

SA

Qld

Tas

WA

NSW, SA,

Qld, Tas

only

- Saffron

1.1L/ha

560mL-

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.4L

950mL/ha

1.1L

1.1-1.7L/ha

Low rate only sufficient to

control weeds in crops at

rosette stage when

sprayed early.

- Slender/Shore

800mL-

1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

Suppression only.

- Soldier

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.6L/ha

not NSW,

Spray young rosette.

- Spear

560mL/ha

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.6L/ha

Spray young rosettes.

- Star

1.6-3.2L/ha

SA only

Use higher rate as flower

stalk appears.

- Variegated

560mL-

1.7L/ha

900mL

1.4L/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

Spray at rosette stage.

Thornapple

800mL-

1.1L/ha

1.6-2.4L/ha

not SA

Spray seedlings only.

Tridax (Tridax daisy)

1.8L/ha

1.8L

Spray seedling or young

stages only.

Turnip

Weed/Rapistrum

560mL-

1.1L/ha

560mL

800mL

560mL-

1.1L/ha

Vetches/Tares

1.4L/ha

1.1L/ha

Spray at multiple stage.

Ward‟s weed

1.1L/ha

Wild cabbage

1.4L/ha

Spray multiple leaves.

Wild poppy

560mL/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

Spray rosettes.

Wild radish

1.4L/ha

1.4-1.7L/ha

1.4L/ha

900mL

1.4L/ha

800mL

800mL-

1.1L/ha

Spray up to young rosette

stage.

Wild turnip

225-

560mL/ha

560mL-

1.1L/ha

320mL/ha

1.4L/ha

640mL

560mL-

1.1L/ha

Spray 2-4 leaf up to rosette

stage.

Plant Back Periods (days) for Amicide

®

625

CROP

RATES

Up to 560mL/ha

560mL-1.1L/ha

1.1-1.7L/ha

Balansa clover

Barley %

Chickpeas #

Cotton

Faba beans

Field peas

Lentils

Linseed

Lucerne

Lupins +

Medics

Narbon beans

Navybean

Oats

Perennial ryegrass

Persian clover

Phalaris

Canola / Rapeseed #

Rice

Safflower #

Sorghum @

Soybean

Sub-Clover

Sunflower @

Triticale %

Vetch

Wheat %

White clover

7

7

10

IMPORTANT:

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

BACK PERIOD.

NOTES:

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

# In Queensland, planting of canola/rapeseed, chickpeas and safflower must be delayed for at least 14 days following rainfall of at least 15mm.

@ In Central Queensland, when using 800mL/ha or less of Amicide

625, the Plant Back Period for sorghum and sunflower is 1 day irrespective of

rainfall.

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

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GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Before opening, carefully read Directions for Use, Precautionary Statements, Safety Directions and First Aid Instructions.

APPLICATION INFORMATION

BOOM SPRAYING - Use 30-120L/ha of water.

AERIAL SPRAYING - Use 10-90L/ha of water.

EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE AND USAGE

Equipment that has been used for this chemical should not be used for the application of other materials to sensitive plants, unless it has been well

washed out with hot soapy water or 1% solution of ammonia, followed by several clear water rinses.

COMPATIBILITY

This product may be tank mixed with Bonza

, Kamba

500 (dicamba), Flowable Diuron or Diuron 900DF, Glean*/Lusta

, Nuquat

250, Propon

Nu-trazine 900DF or Flowable Nu-trazine, SpraySeed*, Tordon* 50D, Tribunil* and Bumper*.

RESISTANT WEEDS WARNING

GROUP

I

HERBICIDE

Nufarm Amicide

625 Selective Herbicide („Amicide

625‟) is a member of the Phenoxys group of herbicides. Amicide

625 has the Disruptors of

plant cell growth mode of action. For weed resistance management Amicide

625 is a Group I herbicide. Some naturally occurring weed biotypes

resistant to Amicide

625 and other 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

Amicide

625 or other 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 Amicide

625 to control resistant weeds.

PROTECTION OF CROPS, NATIVE AND OTHER NON-TARGET PLANTS

DO NOT spray in high winds. DO NOT spray cereals if lucerne is present. DO NOT spray crops or weeds outside the stages indicated in “Critical

Comments” as damage, loss of yield or inadequate weed control may result.

Drift Warning:

DO NOT use unless wind speed is more than 3 kilometres per hour and less than 15 kilometres per hour as measured at the application site. DO

NOT apply with smaller than coarse to very coarse spray droplets according to ASABE S572 definition for standard nozzles. 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 onto susceptible crops such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, vines, fruit trees, vegetables, legume crops and pastures, oilseed crops

and susceptible trees (eg. Kurrajongs, Belahs and Eucalypts).

PROTECTION OF LIVESTOCK

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

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE, FISH, CRUSTACEA AND ENVIRONMENT

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

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

(15L)

Store in the closed, original container in a dry, cool, well-ventilated area out of direct sunlight. Triple or preferably pressure rinse inner bladder

before disposal. Add rinsings to spray tank. DO NOT dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. If recycling, replace cap and return clean packaging to

recycler or designated collection point. If not recycling, deliver empty packaging to an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste

management facility is not available bury the empty packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this

purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree roots, in compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. DO

NOT burn empty containers or product.

(5L, 20L, 200L)

Store in the 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, triple rinse, break, crush or puncture and deliver empty packaging

for appropriate disposal at an approved waste management facility. If an approved waste management facility is not available bury the empty

packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and

tree roots, in compliance with relevant Local, State or Territory government regulations. Empty containers and product must not be burnt.

Envirodrum 110L Mini Bulk Returnable Container

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 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.

Refillable containers (500L, 1000L)

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

Poisonous if swallowed. Avoid contact with eyes and skin. DO NOT inhale spray mist. When preparing spray, wear PVC or rubber apron, elbow

length PVC gloves and face shield. When using the prepared spray, wear face shield. If product on skin, immediately wash area with soap and

water. After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms, and face thoroughly with soap and water. After each day‟s use wash

gloves, face shield and contaminated clothing.

FIRST AID

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

Nufarm Amicide 625 Selective Herbicide

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET

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

www.nufarm.com.au

In case of emergency: Phone 1800 033 498 Ask for shift supervisor. Toll free 24 hours.

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.”

Nufarm Australia Limited

ACN 004 377 780

103-105 Pipe Road

Laverton North Victoria 3026

Tel: (03) 9282 1000

Fax: (03) 9282 1001

® Amicide, Bonza, Kamba, Lusta, Nuquat and Propon are registered trademarks of Nufarm Australia Limited.

® Roundup Ready is a registered trademark of Monsanto Technologies LLC, used under licence by Nufarm Australia Limited.

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1. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MATERIAL AND SUPPLIER

Product Name AMICIDE 625 SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

Product Code 0042

Product Type Group I Herbicide

CompanyName NUFARM AUSTRALIA LIMITED. (ABN 80 004 377 780)

Address 103-105 Pipe Road Laverton North

Victoria 3026 Australia

Emergency Tel. 1800 033 498 (24hr Australia)

Telephone/Fax

Number Tel: +61 3 9282-1000

Fax: +61 3 9282-1001

Recommended Use For the control of broadleaved weeds in fallow before direct drilling or

sowing of cereals and pastures; and in cereal crops, pastures, sugar cane,

peanuts and non-agricultural areas as per the Directions of Use table on the

label.

This is a PHENOXY HERBICIDE that can cause severe damage to susceptible crops

such as cotton, grapes, tomatoes, oilseed crops and ornamentals.

Other Information This MSDS describes, to the best of our knowledge, the properties of the

concentrated product. The physical properties and some of the assessments do

not apply to the properties of the product once it has been diluted for

application. Acute health effects of the diluted product are likely to be

much less severe.

2. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION

Hazard

Classification Classified as hazardous

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE.

NON-DANGEROUS GOODS.

Hazard classification according to the criteria of NOHSC.

Dangerous goods classification according to the Australia Dangerous Goods

Code.

Risk Phrase(s) Classified as hazardous

R22 Harmful if swallowed.

R41 Risk of serious damage to eyes.

R43 May cause sensitization by skin contact.

SafetyPhrase(s) S13 Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.

S2 Keep out of reach of children.

S25 Avoid contact with eyes.

S26 In case of contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and

seek medical advice.

S36/37/39 Wear suitable protective clothing, gloves and eye/face protection.

S46 If swallowed, seek medical advice immediately and show this container or

label.

Other Information Poisons Schedule S6

3. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS

Chemical

Characterization Liquid

CAS Proportion Name Ingredients

94-75-7 2,4-D present as

dimethylamine and

diethanolamine

salts 625 g/L

Other ingredients

(considered

non-hazardous) Balance

SubstanceChemical

Family Aryloxyalkanoic acid.

4. FIRST AID MEASURES

Inhalation If symptoms develop or persist, seek medical advice.

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Remove affected person to fresh air until recovered.

Ingestion If poisoning occurs, contact a doctor or the Poisons Information Centre

(Australia) on 13 11 26.

Give a glass of water.

If swallowed do NOT induce vomiting; seek medical advice immediately and show

this container or label or contact the Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26

(Aust). Make every effort to prevent vomit from entering the lungs by careful

placement of the patient.

The above first aid instructions are mandated by the Commonwealth Department

of Health and Ageing via the National Drugs and Poisons Schedule. These

instructions are suitable for ingestion of spray solution and small amounts of

concentrate; however, if SUBSTANTIAL AMOUNTS of the concentrate have been

swallowed (more than about 1 tablespoon) AND if medical assistance is more

than 30 minutes away, the induction of vomiting should be CONSIDERED,

preferably based on MEDICAL ADVICE if a physician can be contacted by phone.

All care must be taken to prevent vomit from being inhaled. Do not give

anything by mouth to a semi-conscious or unconscious person.

Skin If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly

with water.

Remove contaminated clothing and launder before re-use.

Eye If in eyes, hold eyelids open and wash with copious amounts of water for at

least 15 minutes.

Seek medical advice if irritation develops or persists.

Advice to Doctor Treat symptomatically.

No specific antidote.

5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES

Suitable

Extinguishing Media If involved in a fire, the product will not burn. Choose extinguishing media

to suit the burning material.

None required but use water spray to cool containers or personnel threatened

by fire.

Hazards from

Combustion

Products Non-combustible.

May emit toxic fumes of hydrogen chloride or phosgene if involved in fires or

exposed to extreme heat.

Special Protective

Equipment for fire

fighters Breathable air apparatus may have to be worn if material is involved in fires

especially in confined spaces.

Other Information STOP FIRE WATER FROM ENTERING DRAINS OR WATER BODIES.

6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES

Spills & Disposal Contain spill and absorb with clay, sand, soil or proprietary absorbent (such

as vermiculite).

Collect in sealed open top containers for disposal.

On-site disposal of concentrate is not acceptable.

Dispose of at a landfill in accordance with local regulations.

Personal Protection For appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), refer Section 8.

Clean-up Methods -

Large Spillages Place damaged containers in recovery bins (if available) and return to

manufacturer.

Environmental

Precautions This product is a herbicide and spills can damage crops, pastures and

desirable vegetation.

Prevent from entering drains, waterways or sewers.

Use earthen bunds or absorbent bunding to prevent spreading of spillage.

7. HANDLING AND STORAGE

Precautionsfor Safe

Handling Do NOT spray in high winds.

Do NOT contaminate dams, rivers or streams, or any other water bodies with

pesticide or used containers.

No special precautions are necessary when handling sealed containers.

For personal protective equipment (PPE) and hygiene advice, refer Section 8.

Conditions for Safe

Storage Store in the closed, original container in a cool, well ventilated area.

Do not store near oxidisers.

Keep container tightly sealed and do not store with seed, fertilisers or

foodstuffs.

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Other Information Equipment that has been used for this chemical should not be used for the

application of other materials to sensitive plants, unless it has been well

washed out with hot soapy water or 1% solution of ammonia, followed by several

clear water rinses.

Do not use on or in situations where damage to susceptible crops or plants

such as cotton, tobacco, tomatoes, flowers, vines, fruit trees or other

susceptible crop plants may result from direct application or drift.

Always read the label and any attached leaflet before use.

8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION

National Exposure

Standards No exposure standard for this product has been set, however, an exposure

standard has been set for 2,4-D acid at 10 mg/m3.

Engineering

Controls Natural ventilation is sufficient when handling concentrate and preparing

spray solution.

Respiratory

Protection Do not inhale spray mist.

Personal Protective

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

face shield.

When using the prepared spray, wear face shield.

Hygiene Measures After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face

thoroughly with soap and water.

After each day's use, wash contaminated clothing and safety equipment.

Requirements

Concerning Special

Training Check State or Territory regulations that require people who use pesticides in

their job or business to have training in the application of the materials.

9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES

Form Liquid

Appearance Clear, red-brown liquid with ammoniacal odour.

MeltingPoint <0°C

Boiling Point >100°C (for water)

Solubility in Water Soluble in water.

Specific Gravity 1.254

pH Value 8.5 - 9.5

VapourPressure 16mm Hg (for water), 2,4-D amine salt is non volatile.

Volatile Component 30%

Flammability Non combustible material.

10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY

Chemical Stability Stable under normal conditions.

Incompatible

Materials Reaction of the concentrate or spray mix with acids will precipitate solid

2,4-D acid and largely de-activate the product and cause blockages in spray

equipment.

The addition of a strong alkali such as caustic soda will cause release of

dimethylamine vapour.

Dimethylamine is moderately toxic, LD50 (oral, rat) is 700 mg/kg and a TLV of

10 ppm (TWA) has been set.

Hazardous ReactionsKeep away from strong oxidising agents.

Hazardous

Polymerization Hazardous polymerisation is not possible.

11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Toxicology

Information No harmful effects are expected if the precautions on the label and this MSDS

are followed.

Inhalation The components of the product are of low volatility and no adverse effects are

expected from handling the concentrate.

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The concentrate is considered harmful by inhalation by Worksafe Australia.

A moderate hazard exists from inhalation of spray and care should be taken to

avoid inhalation of spray mists.

Ingestion Not a likely route of exposure.

Amounts swallowed incidental to normal handling procedures and use are not

expected to cause injury.

However, swallowing of large amounts may cause injury.

Ingestion of the product in relatively large amounts can result in headache,

nausea, lethargy, motor weakness and incoordination.

Skin Prolonged contact with the concentrate may cause irritation.

Prolonged contact of the concentrate with skin will result in absorption of

some 2,4-D which can be harmful.

Eye The concentrate will cause irritation of the eyes.

Prolonged contact with the concentrate may cause damage to the eye.

Chronic Effects Chronic Overexposure: Repeated absorption of relatively large amounts of 2,4-D

presents a risk to the liver and kidneys.

Carcinogenicity The weight of the evidence is that 2,4-D is not carcinogenic.

Acute Toxicity- OralLD50 (rat) 699 mg/kg for 2,4-dichlorphenoxyacetic acid

LD50 (rat) 700 mg/kg for dimethylamine

LD50 (rat) 710 mg/kg for diethanolamine

Acute Toxicity -

Dermal LD50 (rabbit) >2000 mg/kg

Acute Toxicity -

Inhalation LC50 (rat) (4hr) >1.79 mg/l

Skin Irritation Not a skin irritant.

Skin Sensitisation Product is not a skin sensitiser.

Other Information The Australian Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) for 2,4-D for a human is 0.01

mg/kg/day, set for the public for daily, lifetime exposure. This is based on

the NOEL of 1 mg/kg/day, the level determined to show no effects during long

term exposure for the most sensitive indicators and the most sensitive

species. (Ref: Comm. Dept. of Health and Ageing Office of Chemical Safety and

Environmental Health, 'ADI List', March 2010).

In trials using 2,4-D as a drug, studies on volunteers have shown that doses

of between 5 and 36 mg/kg body weight do not cause any acute toxic effects.

Formulated 2,4-D products can be absorbed by ingestion, inhalation (spray

mist) and through the skin. Studies of users (sprayers) has shown that

absorption through the skin is the most common route. When used with good

agricultural spraying practice and good personal hygiene, absorption of 2,4-D

is very low.

12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION

Persistence /

Degradability Half life in soil is typically 7 days.

Loss from soil is principally by microbial degradation.

Mobility Rapid degradation in soil prevents significant downward movement under normal

conditions.

Known Harmful

Effectsonthe

Environment 2,4-D amine products do not appear to pose any threat to birds.

2,4-D amine products do not appear to pose any threat to fish or other aquatic

organisms other than in very high concentrations.

Environ.Protection Spray drift can cause damage, read the label for more information.

Acute Toxicity - Fish Not toxic to fish. LC50 (96 hr) for (rainbow trout) is ~100 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity -

Daphnia LC50 (48hr) for 2,4-D amines is 184 mg/l.

Acute Toxicity -

Other Organisms Birds: Not toxic to birds. LD50 for (mallard ducks) is >1000 mg/kg

Bees: Not toxic to bees. LD50 104.5 µg/bee.

SewageTreatment Not inhibitory in sewage system, 2,4-D is rapidly biodegraded.

13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS

Product Disposal On site disposal of the concentrated product is not acceptable.

Ideally, the product should be used for its intended purpose. If there is a

need to dispose of the product, approach local authorities who hold periodic

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collections of unwanted chemicals (ChemClear®).

Container Disposal Do not use this container for any other purpose.

Triple rinse containers, add rinsate to the spray tank, then offer the

container for recycling/reconditioning, or puncture top, sides and bottom and

dispose of in landfill in accordance with local regulations.

drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty,

cleaned, non returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical

containers. If the label on your container carries the drumMUSTER symbol,

triple rinse the container, ring your local Council, and offer the container

for collection in the program.

If recycling, replace cap and return clean containers to recycler or

designated collection point.

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

appropriate disposal at an approved waste management facility.

If an approved waste management facility is not available, bury the empty

packaging 500mm below the surface in a disposal pit specifically marked and

set up for this purpose clear of waterways, desirable vegetation and tree

roots, in compliance with relevant local, state or territory government

regulations.

Empty containers and product should not be burnt.

Returnable containers: empty contents fully into application equipment.

Replace cap, close all valves and return to the point of supply for refill or

storage.

14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION

Transport

Information It is good practice not to transport agricultural chemical products with

food, food related materials and animal feedstuffs.

Storage and

Transport Considered non dangerous for transport by the Australian Code for the

Transport of Dangerous Goods by Road and Rail.

IMDG UN No Not a marine pollutant.

15. REGULATORY INFORMATION

Poisons Schedule S6

Packaging &

Labelling POISON

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

Hazard Category Harmful,Irritant

AICS (Australia) All of the components in this product are listed on the Australian Inventory

of Chemical Substances.

16. OTHER INFORMATION

Date of preparation

or last revision of

MSDS Revised 17/08/2011

Contact

Person/Point Normal Hours: Mrs Kathleen Marsh Phone: +61 3 9282 1000

After Hours: Shift Supervisor Phone: 1800 033 498

Revisions

Highlighted The MSDS was reviewed. Minor changes were made to the information.

Correction to section 15 - packaging and labelling warnings.

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