|1 Trade name||Manufacturer||Form|
|ORDRAM HERBICIDE||NUFARM AUSTRALIA LIMITED||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
|SIRION HERBICIDE||SIPCAM PACIFIC AUSTRALIA PTY LTD||EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE|
3 ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: 960 g/L molinate4 CHEMICAL GROUP: J.
Inhibitors of fat synthesis.
5 RELATED HERBICIDES:
|2,2-DPA 740||2,2-DPA 740g/kg|
|Avadex Xtra||Tri-allate 500 g/L|
|Flupropanate 745||Flupropanate 745g/L|
|Molinate 960||Molinate 960g/L|
|Prosulfocarb plus tri-allate||Prosulfocarb 666g/L + tri-allate 333g/L|
|Saturn EC||Thiobencarb 800g/L|
|Tramat 500 SC||Ethofumesate 500g/L|
6 GENERAL DESCRIPTION:A post emergent herbicide for control of grass weeds in rice.
7 APPLICATION METHODS AND TIPS:Under cold conditions do not apply permanent water too early or crop may drown.
Good water management required for best results.
Consumption of alcohol during and after using this product should be avoided.
8 WEATHER:Rainfast in hours.
Inversions: Avoid application during low level inversions as excessive drift may occur.
Delta T and relative humidity: Avoid application when Delta T is greater than
9 ADJUVANTS:Wetting agents:
10 WATER QUALITY:Hard water:
11 COMPATIBILITY:Trace elements.
See HerbiGuide Compatibilities button.
12 EQUIPMENT:Boom sprays:
Carrier volume: 200 L/ha.
Nozzles: 1000 flat fan.
Pressure: 150-400 kPa.
Droplet size: 150 - 200 micron VMD.
Filter Size: 50-100 mesh.
Aerial application:Carrier volume: 100 L/ha.
Nozzles: hollow cone.
Pressure: 280 - 300 kPa (40.6 - 43.5 psi).
Droplet size: 150 - 200 micron VMD.
Herbigation:Add to irrigation water.
13 SPRAYER DECONTAMINATION:Clean Up:
Clean soon after spraying to reduce the risk of forming dried deposits that may be difficult to remove.
Remove filters and clean separately. Triple rinse with water or water plus 0.25% wetting agent and run through boom.
Remove filters and clean separately.
Rinse with water and drain.
Quarter fill the tank with an alkali detergent (eg 500 mL or g of Drive, Dynamo, Omo, or Surf per 100 L water) and circulate for at least 15 minutes then run through boom. Rinse twice with water.
14 HERBICIDE RESISTANCE:Tolerant plants are expected to occur and may dominate the weed population after repeated applications.
15 REPLANTING INTERVALS:
16 WITHHOLDING PERIODS:
17 RE-ENTRY PERIOD:Wear protective clothing if in contact with the crop before the spray has dried.
18 PROTECTIVE CLOTHING:Overalls, boots and washable hat. Use gloves and face shield when handling the concentrate.
19 SOIL:Soil texture: Clods reduce effectiveness.
Soil organic matter:
Soil moisture at application: Usually applied in flood irrigated areas. Soil surface should be dry at the time of application for dry bays or apply in water to wet bays.
20 MODE OF ACTION:Inhibits fat synthesis.
Uptake and translocation:Absorbed through the stems of grasses.
Physiological effects:Residual Life and Breakdown:
Effect on Clover Species:
Effect on Medic Species:
Effect on Lucerne:
Effect on Native Plants:
22 DISEASE AND INSECT EFFECTS:
23 PLANT SYMPTOMS:
May irritate eyes and skin. Harmful if swallowed. Avoid breathing spray mist.
Details:Poison schedule: S7. Dangerous poison.
Mammalian toxicity: Toxic.
Acute oral LD50: 730 mg/kg (rat), [For comparison table salt is 3000 mg/kg]
Acute dermal LD50: >2000 mg/kg (rabbit).
Skin: Mild irritant.
Vapour inhalation: LC50 > 2.9 mg/L air (rat, 4hour) for molinate
Chronic oral toxicity: NOEL 0.2 mg/kg/day mg/kg for two years.
Carcinogenicity: Molinate has been classified in the occupational environment as a Carcinogen Category 3 substance. This means that the substance is not classifiable as to carcinogenicity to humans.
Molinate has potential for developmental toxicity in animal studies on repeated or prolonged exposure.
Molinate was overall negative in a battery of genotoxicity assays. In a two-year feeding study, male rats receiving 300ppm of molinate per day, showed an increased incidence of kidney tumours. This effect was not seen in female rats or in male or female mice at any dose level. A developmental study in mice revealed no teratogenic effects.
Short-term repeated exposure in rats to molinate (4-45 mg/kg bw/day) resulted in decreased fertility in male rats. This effect was reversible upon cessation of exposure.
Doses of 60-180 mg/kg bw/day of molinate were fed to rats and dogs for 90 days. Effects were noted in the kidneys, testes and ovaries.
Embryo/foetotoxic effects were seen only in the presence of maternal toxicity.
NOEL: 0.2 mg/kg/day.
Acceptable Daily Intake (ADI): 0.002 mg/kg/day.
Other Species: Birds: toxicity.
Fish: Low toxicity LC50 (96 hour) = 13 mg/L (rainbow trout). LC50 (96 hour) 29 mg/L (bluegill sunfish).
Bees: toxicity. Do not spray on vegetation where honeybees are foraging.
Accumulation: Molinate is rapidly metabolized and excreted, mainly in the urine.
25 TOXICITY SYMPTOMS:Exposure to molinate, followed by the ingestion of alcohol causes adverse effects, including a reduction in blood pressure, rapid heart beat and flushing of the skin.
May cause irritation to mucous membranes.
Breathing vapour can result in headaches, dizziness and possible nausea.
May irritate the skin. Prolonged contact with the concentrate can cause defatting of the skin and may result in dermatitis.
The concentrate will cause irritation of the eyes.
Chronic Effects Evidence from animal studies indicate that repeated or prolonged exposure to molinate can result in neuropathy.
26 FIRST AID:If SWALLOWED: Do NOT induce vomiting. Rinse mouth thoroughly with water. Give a glass of water to sip.
Seek medical advice immediately.
Do NOT give anything by mouth to a semiconscious or unconscious patient.
Make every effort to prevent vomit from entering the lungs by careful
placement of the patient.
If in EYES: Irrigate with plenty of water for 5 minutes, then remove contact lenses if present and irrigate for another 10 minutes.
If on SKIN: Rinse with plenty of water, remove contaminated clothing, wash with soap and water. If irritation persists, seek medical advice
If INHALED: Remove patient to fresh air. See a doctor if symptoms develop.
Advice to doctor: Treat symptomatically.
Contact the Poisons Information Centre on 131126.
27 ENVIRONMENTAL FATE:It has a half life in soil of 8-28 days under aerobic conditions and 40-160 days in anaerobic conditions.
It has a half life in water of 1.6-5 days.
It has an EPA classification for soil mobility that ranges from
Ground water contamination - High likelihood to leach. High likelihood of surface runoff.
Accumulation in milk and tissues.
pH stability - Stable.
Photolysis - Rapid.
Hydrolysis (half life) - 1560. Slow.
Biodegradation rate - Medium.
28 REGISTERED CROPS:See HerbiGuide Species Solution tab.
29 REGISTERED WEEDS:See HerbiGuide Species Solution tab.
30 REGULATION AND LEGAL:UN number:
CAS numbers: 2212-67-1.
OPP Chemical Code:
Hazchem code: 2WE
NOHSC classification: Harmful. Irritant.
Dangerous goods class (ADG): Non-dangerous good.
Proper shipping name:
International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code (IMDG):
R22 Harmful if swallowed.
R36 Irritating to eyes.
S13 Keep away from food, drink and animal feeding stuffs.
S2 Keep out of reach of children.
S24/25 Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
31 PROPERTIES:Colour: Brown liquid.
Odour: Strong and pungent.
Water solubility: Not soluble. Product disperses in water.
Octanol:Water ratio: LogPow = at 25 C at pH 5;
Soil organic carbon absorption coefficient (Koc): 186-199 mL/g
Vapour Pressure: High. 5.6 x 10-3 mm H. at 25 C for molinate.
Dissociation constant: pKa
Melting point: >00C.
Boiling point: >1500C.
Specific gravity: 1.06.
Flammability: Non Flammable Liquid. Combustible liquid C1.
Flashpoint: 660C (closed cup).
Shelf Life: 2-3 years.
(When Stored under Ideal Conditions)
32 SPILLS:Absorb spill with earth, sand, clay or absorbent material such as vermiculite.
Ventilate area after cleanup.
33 FIRE:Extinguish with water spray, foam, carbon dioxide or dry agent.
Toxic fumes may be released in fire. Wear breathing apparatus or avoid smoke.
Hazardous polymerization is not possible.
34 COMMENTS:35 REFERENCES:
Ashton, F.M. and Crafts, A.S. (1981) Mode of Action of Herbicides. (Wiley-Interscience publication).
Kearney, P.C. and Kaufman, D.D. (1976). Herbicides. Chemistry, degradation and mode of action. Vol 1 & 2.
CropCare (2006). Ordram label.
CropCare (2005). Ordram MSDS
Nufarm (2005) Molinate label
Nufarm (2005) Molinate MSDS
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