PYRITILENE BANANA BAGS

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

Active ingredient:
CHLORPYRIFOS
Available from:
ADAMA Australia Pty Limited
INN (International Name):
chlorpyrifos(10g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
SLOW RELEASE GENERATOR (INC. FLEA COLLARS)
Composition:
CHLORPYRIFOS ORGANOPHOSPHORUS Active 10.0 g/kg
Units in package:
![12 roll]; !{300bags}; !13.5kg; !x 25bags]; *[3 rolls; *{75bags}; *3.375kg; *x 25bags]
Class:
A - Agricultural
Manufactured by:
ADAMA AUST
Therapeutic group:
BANANA | INCL.INTERPLANTED WITH AVOCADO
Therapeutic area:
INSECTICIDE
Therapeutic indications:
BANANA RUST THRIP | BANANA SCAB MOTH | SUGARCANE BUD MOTH | LAMPROSEMA OCTASEMA
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: WHP: DO NOT HARVEST FOR 10 WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION.; Host/pest details: BANANA: [BANANA RUST THRIP, BANANA SCAB MOTH, SUGARCANE BUD MOTH]; Poison schedule: 5; Withholding period: ; Host/pest details: BANANA: [BANANA RUST THRIP, BANANA SCAB MOTH, SUGARCANE BUD MOTH]; For control of rust thrips, sugarcane bud moth & secondary infestations of scab moth in bananas.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
54546
Authorization date:
2019-07-01

Pyritilene

Banana

300 bag

label

Date7.2.05

Page

CAUTION

KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING

Pyritilene®

Banana Bags

ACTIVE CONSTITUENT 10g/kg CHLORPYRIFOS

For control

rust

thrips,

sugarcane bud moth and secondary infestations of

scab moth in

bananas

CONTAINS 300 PYRITILENE BANANA BAGS

(12 rolls of 25 bags,

which must not

be sold separately)

Net contents:

13.5 kg

Manufactured by

Makhteshim Chemical

Works

Beer-Sheva,

Israel

Distributed by:

Makhteshim-Agan (Australia) Pty.

Limited

Suite 406,

3 Waverley Street

BONDI

JUNCTION,

2022

Pyritilene

Banana

label

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

STAT

CROP

PEST

RATE

Bananas

Sugarcane

Old,

moth

(Opogona

NSW,

glycyphaga)

bunch

Banana rust

thrips

Chaetanaphothrips

s;gnipennis)

Date:

7.2.05

Page

CRITICAL COMMENTS

Pyritilene banana bags should only be applied as part

an inlegrated management

program for

banana pests

This program requires:

1) Correct

liming of

bag application:

and,

2) Addilional

insecticide treatments prior to the bunch covering stage

Correct

timing

application

Pyritllene

bags

should

applied

soon

possible

after

bunch

emergence

recommended liming of application is no laler

than when Ihe majority of

flower

bracts have fallen

from the bunch,

which is usually around 2 weeks after flower

(bell) emergence.

Later

application of

Pyritilene bags to more developed banana bunches may resull

in more fruit

damage

from early pest

infestalions

Additional

Insecticide

Treatments

Butt

2.Q.@Y -

prior

to bunch

emergence,

regislered

butt

spray

insecticide

treatment

recommended for control

rust

Ihrips.

Failure to conlrol

rust

thrips with a butt

spray can result

in high rust

thrips pressure at

the bunch covering stage.

High rusl

Ihrip pressure at

the bunch

covering stage may result

in more fruit damage

Bell

inlectlon -

is recommended thai

Pyntilene banana bags

only

applied

following

earlier

bell

injection

insecticide treatment

vSing a registered product.

Bell

injection should be

conducted to control

flower

thrips

and primary

scab moth infestations,

as well

as to provide

some control

of early infestations of rust

thrips.

Banana

scab

moth

(Nacoleia octasema)

Pyritilene bags

can control

secondary

infestations

scab moth

effective scab

moth

control.

is recommended that

PyrilJlene bags are applied

bunches that

have had a bell

injection insecticide treatment.

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CONTRARY TO THIS LABEL UNLESS AUTHORISED UNDER

APPROPRIATE LEGISLATION.

GENERAL

INSTRUCTIONS (OLD,

NSW,

APPLICATION

Remove banana bag roll

from protective outer

covering

Banana bag

roll

IS mounted vertically or nonzontally on motorized hoist.

Tear bag

where the perforation occurs

Bag is then placed over the banana

bunch and tied to secure

WITHHOLDING PERIOD:

DO NOT

HARVEST

10

WEEKS AFTER APPLICATION.

INSECTICIDE RESISTANCE WARNING

[GROlJP[)§iNSECTICIDE

For insecticide resistance management

Pyritilene Banana Bags are a

Group 1B insecticide

Some naturally occurring insect biotypes resistant

to and other

Group

1B insecticides may exists through normal

genetic variability in any

insect

population.

The resistant

individuals can eventually dominate

Ihe insect

population if Pyritilene Banana Bags or other

Group 1B

insecticides are used repeatedly

The effectiveness of

Pyntilene Banana Bags on resistant

indivrduats

difficult

to detect

prior to use,

Maknteshrrn-Aqan accepts no liability

any losses that

may result

from the failure of Pyritilene Banana Bags

control

resistant

insects Pyritilene Banana Bags may be subject

specific resistance management strategies

For further information

contact

your

local

supplier,

Makhteshirn-Aqan representative Dr local

agricultural

department agronomist.

RE~ENTRY

PERMITTED

IMMEDIATELY

AFTER APPLICATION OF

BAGS

PROTECTION OF WILDLIFE,

FISH,

CRUSTACEANS

ENVIRONMENT

Highly toxic to birds and reptiles.

Very highly toxic to fish and aquatic

invertebrates

Dangerous to

fish DO NOT contaminate streams,

rivers

or waterways with the bags

STORAGE

Bags will

evolve very

small

amounts of chlorpyrifos when removed from outer

packs.

Ensure that

bags are not

removed from their

outer

protective covering

until

ready to be used.

Store unopened bags In a cool,

dry well

ventilated area,

out of

direct

sunlight,

in the original

packaging

DISPOSAL

Pyritilene Banana bags can onty be applied once

banana bunches.

The bags

are not reusable.

Pyritilene Banana bags may be compacted and used in the

production of recycled low grade plastics such as that

used for seating and

mobile bins.

If recycling return to recycler or designated recycling points.

If not recycling bUry empty bags in a local

authority

landfill

If no landfill

available bury the plastic bags below 500mm in a disposal

pit specifically

marked and set up for this purpose clear

of waterways.

desirable vegelalion and

tree roots.

Empty bags should not

be burnt.

SAFETY DIRECTIONS

When usmq the producl,

wear

elbow-iength PVC or

nitrile gloves and a

disposable fume mask with a charcoal

filter

Wash

hands

after use

After each

day's use,

wash gloves

FIRST AID

If poisoning occurs,

contact

a doctor or Poisons mformation Centre (Phone'

Australia 13 11 26,

New Zealand

034747000).

MATERIAL SAFETY

DATA

SHEET

For further information refer to the Material

Safety Data Sheet

(MSDS)

In case

emergency:

Phone

1800033498.

Ask for shift supervisor.

Toll

free 24 hours

APVMA Approval

54546/300/0205

Batch No.

Dale of Manufacture

Registered trademark of Makhteshirn

Chemical

Works,

Israel

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