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10014387 Rogor NZ 10L:- 08/08/11 09.20 Side 1Registered pursuant to the ACVM Act 1997 No. P2577See www.nzfa.govt/acvm for registration conditionsApproved pursuant to HSNO Act 1996 No. HSR000129See www.ermanz.govt.nz for approval conditions®Rogor trademark registered by Pytech Chemicals GmbHECOTOXICTOXICFLAMMABLEKEEP OUT OFREACH OF CHILDRENSystemic insecticide with contact activity for the controlof Aphids, Mealy Bug, Leafminers, Red Scale, Lucerne Fleaand certain other insect pests in cropsACTIVE INGREDIENTContains 400 g/litre Dimethoate as an emulsifiable concentrateNET CONTENTS10 Litres10014387

GROUP 1 INSECTICIDERogor is an organophosphate insecticide with systemic and contact action.BEESThis product is very toxic to bees, do not apply to any plant/tree likely to be visited by bees at the time of application, immediately afterapplication until spray has dried, or in areas where bees are foraging.HANDLING PRECAUTIONSWhen mixing, loading or applying this product, wear Full Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Chemical resistant coveralls, chemicalresistant gloves, chemical resistant footwear plus socks, chemical resistant headgear and chemical resistant eyewear. Do not eat, drinkor smoke while using. Remove protective clothing and wash hands and face thoroughly before meals and after work. Wash protectiveclothing after work.RPERespiratory protection equipment appropriate to protect against respiratory exposure to this substance in mist or vapour forms.REIRestricted entry interval. The REI for this product is 48 hours. The person in charge of the application area shall ensure that no personwho is authorised to be there enters the application area until the end of the REI. Entry to the application area before the end of theREI requires full PPE to be worn.NOTIFICATIONNo person may apply, or engage another person to apply, this product unless that person has given written notice at least two workingdays before the proposed application to any person likely to be directly affected by the application, including occupiers and owners ofland, dwellings or buildings or property that is immediately abutting the application area. Written notice must include where the productwill be applied, date and approximate duration of application, the steps that notified parties should take to avoid exposure, the name ofthe organisation applying the product with full contact details for the person in charge of the of the application, and a contact numberfor immediate contact during the applicationSPRAY DRIFT MITIGATIONThe person applying this substance must not cause adverse effects beyond the boundary of the treated property, and must also avoidadverse effects from spray drift occurring. Mitigation measures employed must be recorded as part of the application records.RESISTANCE PREVENTION OR MANAGEMENTRogor contains the GROUP 1 INSECTICIDE dimethoate. Resistance to pesticides can develop from excessive use. To minimise this risk,avoid using this insecticide exclusively all season, avoid unnecessary spraying and endeavour to alternate with insecticides from othergroups within the crop and in subsequent seasons for a sprayed paddock. Use strictly in accordance with label instructions. Maintaingood cultural practices.MAXIMUM APPLICATION RATEThis product may be applied at a maximum rate of 1 Litres/ha (400 grams a.i.) 3 times per crop cycle.GOR WARNING SIDE 140H x 115W 0715.indd 13/07/15 11:20 am

10014388 Rogor NZ 10L:- 08/08/11 09.19 Side 1PLEASE READ THE LABEL COMPLETELY BEFORE USEThis product MUST NOT be used for any purpose or in any manner contrary to the controls and conditions ofthis registration. Obtain special instructions before use. Do not handle until all safety precautions have beenread and understood.REQUIREMENT FOR RECORD KEEPING and APPROVED HANDLER DURING USE. See MSDS for DetailsHSNO Classification 3.1C, 6.1C, 6.5A. 6.5B. 6.8B. 6.9A. 9.1B. 9.2B, 9.3ADANGERToxic if swallowed. May cause allergy or asthmasymptoms or breathing difficulties if inhaled. Maycause an allergic skin reaction. Suspected ofdamaging fertility or the unborn child. Causes damageto organs through prolonged or repeated exposure.PERSONAL PROTECTIONDo not breathe vapours or spray. When mixing orspraying, wear PVC or neoprene gloves, respiratorand waterproof clothing. Wash thoroughly with soapand water after handling and before eating, drinkingor smoking.Wash protective clothing immediately after use.FIRST AIDIF SWALLOWED: Immediately call the National PoisonsCentre0800 POISON (0800 764 766) or a doctor. Rinse mouth.IF INHALED, remove to fresh air and keep at rest ina position comfortable for breathing. Begin artificialrespiration if the victim is not breathing. Use mouthto-noserather than mouth-to-mouth. Obtain medicalattention.If product or spray enters eyes, wash out immediatelyand continue rinsing with clean water for at least 15minutes. Obtain medical attentionIF ON SKIN (or hair) wash with plenty of soap and water.In case of contact, remove contaminated clothing.Contaminated work clothing should not be allowed outof the workplace.If skin irritation or rash occurs: Get medical advice/attention.IF exposed or concerned: Get medical advice/attention.FLAMMABLE LIQUID AND VAPOUR:Keep away from heat or flame. Use only non-sparkingtools. Take precautionary measures against staticdischarge. In case of fire: Use dry chemical powder,water spray or fog to extinguish fires. Fire fightersshould wear positive pressure self-contained breathingapparatus (SCBA) and full turnout gear.ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATIONToxic to aquatic life with long lasting effects. Toxicto the soil environment. Very toxic to terrestrialvertebrates. Do NOT apply onto or into water. Avoidcontamination of any water supply with product orempty container.TOXIC TO BEES. Spray must not contact plants from 7days before flowering to petal fall if the plants are likelyto be visited by bees.STORAGE: Store in original containers, tightly closedaway from foodstuffs, in a secure place, inaccessibleto children or other unauthorised persons. Store ina locked, cool, well-ventilated place. When storedappropriately this product should show no significantdegradation for 2 years from the date of manufacture.Contact your local supplier for further information aboutthe use of the product that is older than this.CONTAINER DISPOSAL: Triple rinse containers and addresidue to spray tank. Bury in approved landfill.SPILLAGES: Wear appropriate protective clothing andprevent material from entering waterways. Absorb spillswith inert material and place in waste containers. Washarea with water and absorb with further inert material.Dispose of waste safely (such as to a suitable landfill).GENERAL INFORMATIONUnless otherwise specified rates are suggested for high volume spraying to just before runoff.For concentrate spraying, adjust dilution rate accordingly.DIRECTIONS FOR USECrop Pest Rate RemarksBerryfruitStrawberriesStrawberry aphid 80 mL / 100 litres Avoid treatment on hot days when plantsare wilted.Black currants AphidsCerealsBarley, Oats, WheatCereal aphid, Grain aphid 700 mL/ha. In 100 to200 litres of waterLucerne Blue-green lucerne Aphid 300 to 500 mL/ha.in 300 to 600 litresof water.OrchardsApples, Pears, PlumsLeaf hoppers, Pear andcherry sawfly larvae50 mL / 100 litres Do not use on russet prone varietiesafter petal fall.Aphids, Leaf miners,Mealy bug, Scale (crawlerstage),Thrips, Whitefly80 mL / 100 litres.PastureVegetablesBroccoli, Brusselsprouts,Cabbage,CauliflowerCarrotsPeas, PotatoesFodder cropse.g., Fodder beet,Marrow, Rape, Redbeet, Stemmed Kale,Sugar beet, Swedes,TurnipsClover flea(Lucerne flea)500 to 750 mL/ha.in 300 to 500 litresof waterCabbage aphid 800 mL/ha in 500-1000 litres of waterCarrot aphidAphidsAphids, Springtails800 mL to 1 litre/haTreat pasture in Autumn at first sign ofdamage to clover. Respray at 6-8 weekinterval if reinvasion occurs.Use the higher rate in spring if pasture isto be closed for hay or silage and duringperiods of high infestations.WITHHOLDING PERIODS7 days - Lucerne, Pasture and Fodder crops.14 days - Fruit, Vegetables and Cereals.Notes:1. General. Apply at first sign of attack and repeat as necessary depending upon climatic conditions and rate ofre-invasion. Re-treatment is not normally required more frequently than 14 days.- Avoid treatment on hot dry days when plants are wilted. Under these conditions treat early morning or evening.- Delay spraying if rain is imminent.- Where a rate range is recommended use the highest rate to control severe attack.2. Wetting Agents. The addition of a surfactant is recommended on hard-to-wet crops.3. Compatability. Rogor is compatible with most commonly used pesticides. Do not mix with strongly alkalinematerials such as Bordeaux mixture and lime sulphur.RESISTANCE MANAGEMENT: Resistance to this pesticide may develop from excessive use. To minimise this risk usestrictly in accordance with label instructions and resistance management strategies that exist for any insect pest listedon the label. Avoid using this insecticide exclusively all season and avoid unnecessary spraying. Maintain good culturalcontrol practices.MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY AND EXCLUSION OF LIABILITYCheminova (NZ) Limited has no control over storage, handling and manner of use of this product. Where this material isnot stored, handled or used correctly in accordance with directions, no express or implied representations or warrantiesconcerning this product (other than non-excludable statutory warranties) will apply. Cheminova (NZ) Limited accepts noresponsibility for any loss arising from incorrect storage, handling or use.Registered to Cheminova (NZ) Limited, I4l Powderham St, New Plymoth City Centre, New Plymouth, Taranaki 4310New Zealand(R) Registered trademark of Cheminova* TrademarkDISTRIBUTED BY:Agrisource (2000) Ltd, 45 Kitchener RoadBatch Pukekohe No.: 2120, Phone: 09 239 0275Date of Manufacture:Batch No.:Date of Manufacture:10014388

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