|BAYSOL SNAIL & SLUG BAIT||BAYER CROPSCIENCE PTY LTD||BAIT|
|MESUROL SNAIL AND SLUG BAIT||BAYER CROPSCIENCE PTY LTD||BAIT|
4. ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Methiocarb 20g/kg5. COST: $11.00 per L or kg.
6. CHEMICAL GROUP: 1A.
7. RELATED PESTICIDES:
|THIODICARB 375g/L or 800g/kg|
8. GENERAL DESCRIPTION:A moluscidal and insecticidal bait. Most formulations contain Bitrex or other products to deter animals from eating the pellets.
9. APPLICATION METHODS AND TIPS:Spread evenly to reduce the risk of birds and animals eating toxic quantities of the bait.
10. ADJUVANTS, WETTERS, OILS:None recommended
11. EQUIPMENT:User feriliser spreaders or seeders to evenly spread the pellets. Wear gloves if spreading by hand.
12. SPRAYER WASH OUT AND DECONTAMINATION:13. WATER OR CARRIER DATA:
14. WEATHER:Pellets last longer in fine dry weather.
15. RAINFASTNESS:16. SOIL:
17. PLANT HEALTH and OTHER EFFECTS:
Excellent crop safety.
18. WITHHOLDING PERIODS:Edible crops - Harvest - 7 days
Pastures and treated areas - Grazing - 7 days.
Edible crops - Harvest - 7 days
Pastures and treated areas - Grazing - 7 days.
19. PLANT BACK PERIODS or RECROPPING INTERVALS:Not required.
20. MODE OF ACTION:Cholinesterase inhibitor. Carbamate. Molluscicide.
21. PESTICIDE RESISTANCE:Some species may be resistant or develop resistance with continued application. Rotate with products from alternative groups.
22. TOXICITY:Poison schedule - S5
Summary: Pellets are toxic if swallowed or dust is inhaled.
Poison schedule - S5.
Mammalian toxicity - Toxic to dogs. If dogs eat pellets DO NOT give dogs ipecac syrup. Take dog to a vet immediately if it has eaten pellets.
Acute oral LD50 - >500 to <1000 mg/kg (rats), [For comparison table salt is 3000 mg/kg]
Acute dermal LD50 - >2000 mg/kg (rabbit).
Skin - Not expected to irritate skin. Non irritant. Not a sensitiser.
Eye - Irritant.
Vapour inhalation - LC50 - >.224 mg/L air (rat).
Chronic oral toxicity NOEL - ppm for two years.
Not mutagenic or teratogenic (i.e. does not cause cancer). Methiocarb is considered to be a developmental toxicant in the USA.
Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI) -
23. TOXICITY SYMPTOMS:Symptoms usually occur 1-3 hours after exposure. Onset of symptoms may be delayed and may persist for several weeks.
Mild intoxication may cause headache, blurred vision, weakness, sweating, mild chest pain, nausea and vomitting.
Severe intoxication may cause cyanosis(blueness of skin), muscular twitching, spasms, miosis(pinpoint pupils) and respiratory paralysis.
May irritate eyes.
24. FIRST AID:If SWALLOWED - give one atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs (Ring 13 11 26 Poisons Information Centre to confirm atropine administration). Go to a hospital quickly. Don't give anything by mouth to a semi conscious or unconscious person.
If in EYES - Irrigate for 15 minutes with plenty of water.
If on SKIN - Rinse with plenty of water, remove contaminated clothing, wash with soap and water. Give one atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs (Ring 13 11 26 Poisons Information Centre to confirm atropine administration). Go to a hospital quickly.
If INHALED - Remove patient to fresh air. Give one atropine tablet every 5 minutes until dryness of the mouth occurs (Ring 13 11 26 Poisons Information Centre to confirm atropine administration). Go to a hospital quickly. If breathing stops apply artificial respiration.
If patient has symptoms or is concerned contact a doctor immediately.
Advice to doctor - Treat symptomatically. Antidote is atropine sulfate. Atropine shoud not tbe given to a cyanosed person. Oximes are contraindicated. Monitor cardiac, respiratory and central nervous system functions. Monitor red blood cell and plasma cholinesterase levels. Administer oxygen if nesessary. Watch for pulmonary oedema and delayed neurological symptoms.
Contraindications - Oximes, adrenergic derivatives. Never give patient morphine, theophylline or theophylline-ethylenediamine. Large amounts of intravenous fluids are generally contraindicated because of the threat of pulmonary oedema.
Call Poisons Information Centre on 13 11 26
25. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING:Safety goggles .
Elbow length PVC gl;oves.
Cotton overalls and washable hat.
26 RE ENTRY PERIODS and OTHER SAFETY ISSUES:Not required.
27. PROPERTIES:Product appearance - Blue pellets usually. Weak characterisitc odour.
Shelf Life -
Product Flammability - Not readily combustible.
Half life in water - days at pH5 and 35 C.
Water solubility at 25 C. - ppm at pH Practically insoluble
Oil solubility -
Octanol:Water ratio at 25 C. - at pH 5. LogPow = 3.08 at 20C.
Vapour Pressure at 20 C. - 0.015 mPa (methiocarb)
Dissociation constant - pKa.
Melting point - 119C.
Boiling point -
Molecular weight -
Density - 148-164 mL/100g.
28. ENVIRONMENTAL FATE:Summary - Dangerous to bees, fish, birds and animals. Harmful to aquatic organisms..
Birds - High toxicity. LD50 5-10 mg/kg.
Fish - High toxicity LC50 0.65-1.1 mg/L (96 hr).
Invertebrates - High toxicity. EC50 0.007 mg/L (Daphnia magna 48 hr)
Algae - IC50 2.2 mg/L (Green algae growth rate 72 hr)
Bees - High toxicity.
It has a short half life in soil and degrades rapidly. Photodegrades. DT50 - 6-16 days.
It has an EPA classification for soil mobility that ranges from
Ground water contamination
Accumulation in milk and tissues.
29. COMPATIBILITY:See HerbiGuide for compatibility with other herbicides, insecticides and fungicides.
See HerbiGuide for a full list of pesticide compatibilities.
30. REGISTERED CROPS, INSECTS and DISEASES.See HerbiGuide Species Solutions Tab for registered uses.
31. GOVERNMENT AND REGULATORY INFORMATION:Dangerous Goods Class - Not classified as a dangerous good.
Hazchem Code - Not applicable.
Packaging Group - Not applicable.
Initial Emergency Response Guide IERG -
UN Number - Not applicable
NOHSC Classification and phrases - Hazardous. Harmful if swallowed.
Not a marine pollutant.
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