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1 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 The Process of Calibration & Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels And Bill Griffith

2 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Presented by: Bill Griffith & Walla Walla Community College Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels & MSDS

3 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels I. Background A. Time and Effort 1. Years of research 2. 6 years minimum B. Cost 1. Millions of dollars C. Testing 1. Toxicological 2. Performance 3. Degradation, mobility, and residue 4. Effects on wildlife and environment D. EPA label review 1. Use registration Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

4 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels II. Parts of the label A. Trade, Brand, or Product names 1. Usually trademark protected 2. Must be plainly visible on the front of the panel 3. Can include the formulation B. Ingredient Statement 1. Active ingredient by name and percentage 2. Inert ingredient(s) by percentage 3. Common and chemical name(s) C. Use Classification Statement 1. Restricted use - statement 2. State may restrict the use of an unrestricted pesticide Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

5 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels II. Parts of the label D. Type of Pesticide 1. Short statement in general terms of control E. Formulation Statement 1. If not listed separately, would be in directions for use F. Net Contents G. Name and address of the manufacturer H. Registration Numbers 1. Can include special designations, such as special use G. Establishment Numbers 1. Identifies the facility where the product was produced Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

6 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels II. Parts of the label H. Signal Words 1. Danger/Poison, Warning, Caution, and Keep out of ….. I. Precautionary Statements 1. Routes of entry - specific action statements 2. Protective clothing's and equipment statements 3. Other precautionary statements J. Statement of Practical Treatment 1. First aid treatment - note to M.D. - possible antidote K. Physical or Chemical Hazards Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

7 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels II. Parts of the label L. Reentry Statement 1. How much time must pass before workers can enter 2. Minimum reentry for others 3. Worker safety precautions M. Storage and Disposal 1. General directions, specific directions may be included elsewhere N. Endangered Species Directions Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

8 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels II. Parts of the label O. Directions for Use 1. Controlled pests 2. Plant, crop, animal, or site the product is intended to protect 3. Proper equipment 4. Rate of application and frequency 5. Compatibility 6. Phytotoxicity (injury to plants) 7. Where and when pesticide should be applied 8. Chemigation Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

9 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Pesticide Labels III. Important Things to Look For 1. Dosage Range – Maximum Dosage per Year 2. Site Restrictions 3. Safety Precautions 4. First Aid – Protective Clothing's 5. Adjuvants 6. Weather, Temp or Other 7. Formulation Considerations 8. Disposal Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

10 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 1. PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Product Name: HERITAGE FUNGICIDEProduct No.: A12704A EPA Signal Word: Caution Chemical Name: Methyl (E)-2-{2-[6-(2-cyanophenoxy)pyrimidin- 4-yloxy]phenyl}-3-methoxyacrylate Chemical Class: A beta-methyoxyacrylate fungicide Active Ingredient(%): Azoxystrobin Technical (50.0%) EPA Registration Number(s): (formerly )

11 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 2. COMPOSITION/INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS 3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION Symptoms of Acute Exposure Causes moderate eye irritation. Dust may be irritating to nose and throat. Hazardous Decomposition Products Can decompose at high temperatures forming toxic gases. Physical Properties - Appearance: Beige to brown granules Odor: No characteristic odor Unusual Fire, Explosion and Reactivity Hazards This product is a combustible powder and like all combustible powders can ignite, burn and form explosive mixtures with air if not handled correctly. Mixtures of powder in air with flammable solvent vapors should be avoided. This product has a minimum ignition energy between 3 and 10 millijoules. Static electricity, mechanical sparks, open flames and certain hot surfaces (greater than 707°F [375°C]) can serve as ignition sources for this material. During a fire, irritating and possibly toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition or combustion.

12 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 4. FIRST AID MEASURES Product Name: HERITAGE FUNGICIDE Have the product container, label or Material Safety Data Sheet with you when calling Syngenta ( ), a poison contol center or doctor, or going for treatment. If swallowed: Call Syngenta ( ), a poison control center or doctor immediately for treatment advice. Have the person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so after calling or by a poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. If in eyes: Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call Syngenta ( ), a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. If on skin or clothing: Take off contaminated clothing. Rinse skin immediately with plenty of water for minutes. Call Syngenta ( ), a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. If inhaled: Move person to fresh air. If person is not breathing, call 911 or an ambulance, then give artificial respiration, preferably mouth-to-mouth if possible. Call Syngenta ( ), a poison control center or doctor for further treatment advice. Notes to Physician Medical Condition Likely to be Aggravated by Exposure Asthma or other respiratory conditions aggravated by chemical irritants.

13 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES Unusual Fire, Explosion and Reactivity Hazards This product is a combustible powder and like all combustible powders can ignite, burn and form explosive mixtures with air if not handled correctly. Mixtures of powder in air with flammable solvent vapors should be avoided. This product has a minimum ignition energy between 3 and 10 millijoules. Static electricity, mechanical sparks, open flames and certain hot surfaces (greater than 707°F [375°C]) can serve as ignition sources for this material. During a fire, irritating and possibly toxic gases may be generated by thermal decomposition or combustion. In Case of Fire Use dry chemical, foam or CO2 extinguishing media. Wear full protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. Evacuate nonessential personnel from the area to prevent human exposure to fire, smoke, fumes or products of combustion. Prevent use of contaminated buildings, area, and equipment until decontaminated. Water runoff can cause environmental damage. If water is used to fight fire, dike and collect runoff.

14 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES In Case of Spill or Leak Control the spill at its source. Contain the spill to prevent it from spreading, contaminating soil, or entering sewage and drainage systems or any body of water. Clean up spills immediately, observing precautions outlined in Section 8. If a solid, sweep up material and place in a compatible disposal container. If a liquid, cover entire spill with absorbing material and place into compatible disposal container. Scrub area with hard water detergent (e.g. commercial products such as Tide, Joy, Spic and Span). Pick up wash liquid with additional absorbent and place into compatible disposal container. Once all material is cleaned up and placed in a disposal container, seal container and arrange for disposition.

15 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE Store the material in a well-ventilated, secure area out of reach of children and domestic animals. Do not store food, beverages or tobacco products in the storage area. Prevent eating, drinking, tobacco use, and cosmetic application in areas where there is a potential for exposure to the material. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Handle this material only in electrically conductive equipment. Electrically ground and bond this equipment as well as any worker who could contact a dust cloud formed of this material. Eliminate the presence of mechanical sparks and other ignition sources where dust clouds of this material could form. Bulk bags (FIBC) used to contain this material should be either type B or type C. If type C bags are used make sure they are electrically grounded before powder is discharged from the bag.

16 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS FOR EXPOSURE CONTROLS/PERSONAL PROTECTION ARE INTENDED FOR THE MANUFACTURE, FORMULATION, PACKAGING AND USE OF THIS PRODUCT. FOR COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS AND/OR ON-FARM APPLICATIONS CONSULT THE PRODUCT LABEL.

17 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS Prevent eating, drinking, tobacco usage and cosmetic application in areas where there is a potential for exposure to the material. Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Where eye contact is likely, use chemical splash goggles. Facilities storing or utilizing this material should be equipped with an eyewash facility and a safety shower. Where contact is likely, wear chemical-resistant (such as nitrile or butyl) gloves, coveralls, socks and chemical-resistant footwear. For overhead exposure, wear chemical-resistant headgear. Use process enclosures, local exhaust ventilation, or other engineering controls to keep airborne levels below exposure limits. A NIOSH-certified combination air- purifying respirator with an N, P or R 95 or HE class filter and an organic vapor cartridge may be permissible under certain circumstances where airborne concentrations are expected to exceed exposure limits. Protection provided by air- purifying respirators is limited. Use a pressure demand atmosphere-supplying respirator if there is any potential for uncontrolled release, exposure levels are not known, or under any other circumstances where air-purifying respirators Ingestion Eye Contact Skin Contact Inhalation

18 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 MSDS Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS 9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES Melting Point: Boiling Point: Specific Gravity/Density: °F Not Available lbs./cu.ft. Appearance: Odor: pH: 5 - 8

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20 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 Bill Griffith Questions and Comments Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS

21 W.W.G.C.S.A. Pesticide Seminar – 2009 by Bill Griffith Understanding and Reading Pesticide Labels and MSDS


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