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Reg. No. L1703 & G0402 (Wet/Act 36 / 1947)
‘n Nawerkende kontak- en maaggif vir die beheer van
A residual contact and stomach poison for the
insekte op verskillende gewasse soos aangedui.
control of insects on various crops as listed. Also
Ook ‘n kontakmiddel vir die beheer van rooimyte,
contact remedy for the control of red mites, tampans
tampans en luise op hoenders en hokvoëls en in
and lice on poultry, and cage birds and in poultry
hoenderhuise. Beheer ook bosluise en vlooie op
houses. Will also control ticks and fleas on dogs and
honde en katte.
Berging: Stoor in ‘n koel droë plek weg van voedsel en voer,
Storage: Store in a cool dry place away from food and
INSECTICIDE GROUP CODE 1A INSEKDODERGROEPKODE
GIFTIG / POISONOUS
Registrasiehouer / Registration Holder
AVIMA (PTY) LTD / (EDMS) BPK
Posbus / P.O. BOX 3131, KENMARE, 1745 RSA
Tel: (011) 769 1300 • Fax (011) 762 5712
Allow the following days between the last application and harvest:
Cotton 7 days; Lucern 1 day; Tobacco 14 days; Vines 14 days.
Poisonous when absorbed through the skin or swallowed or inhaled. Toxic to fish, bees and wild life.
Keep out of reach of children, uninformed persons and animals.
Although this remedy has been extensively tested under a large variety of conditions the registration holder does not warrant
that it will be efficacious under all conditions because the action and effect thereof may be affected by factors such as
abnormal soil, climatic and storage conditions; compatibility with other substances not indicated on the label and the
occurrence of resistance of the pest against the remedy concerned as well as by the method, time and accuracy of application.
The registration holder furthermore does not accept responsibility for damage to crops, vegetation, the environment or harm to
man or animal or for the lack of performance of the remedy concerned due to the failure of the user to follow the label
instructions or to the occurrence of conditions which could not have been foreseen in terms of the registration. Consult the
supplier in the event of any uncertainty. PRECAUTIONS:
Do not inhale dust. Wash contaminated clothing daily. Wash with soap and water after use. Avoid drift
of dust onto other crops, grazing, rivers, dams and areas not under treatment. Clean applicator before
using with other remedies and dispose of water where it will not contaminate crops, grazing, rivers and
dams. Destroy empty container and never use for any other purpose. Prevent contamination of food,
feedstuffs, drinking water and eating utensils.
SYMPTOMS OF HUMAN POISONING:
Diarrhoea, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pains, sweating, salivation and blurred vision, tremors, muscle twitching, headache.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES:
Avoid direct contact with heavily contaminated clothing and vomitus of patient.
Wear rubber gloves while washing contaminated skin and hair. Bath and shampoo victim with soap and water if hair and skin are contaminated. If pesticide has been ingested in quantities sufficient to cause poisoning, empty stomach and intestine. If victim is alert and respiration is not depressed, give Syrup of Ipecac, followed by 1 – 2 glasses of water to induce vomiting:
Adults (incl. Children over 12 years): 30 ml
NOTE TO PHYSICIAN:
Establish clear airway and tissue oxygenation.
Administer Atropine Sulphate intravenously, or intramuscularly if iv. injection is not possible. –Moderately severe poisoning:
1) Adult dosage incl. Children over 12 years: 0.4 – 2.0 mg repeate every 15 minutes until atropinization is achieved (tachycardia, flushing, dry mouth). Maintain atropinizationby repeated dose for 2 – 12 hours, depending on severity of poisoning. 2) Dosage for children under 12 years: 0.05 mg /kg body weight repeated every 15 minutes until atropinization is achieved. Maintain atropinization with repeated dosage of 0.02 – 0.05 mg /kg. Do not give Morphine, Aminophylline, Phenothiazines, Reserpine, Furosemide or Ethacrymic acid.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Use only as directed. Red mites and tampans in buildings:
Dust all poultry houses thoroughly and pay particular attention to
the floor, new litter, perches, nests, nest hay, cracks in wood and walls. Lice on birds:
Dust under each wing and around vent. Ticks and fleas on dogs and cats:
Sprinkle powder lightly on the hair and rub in well. In the case of
cats the powder must be brushed out afterwards. Repeat weekly or as often as necessary.
damp sack left on the lawn during the night will reveal infestation of lawn caterpillar when removed in the morning. Light full cover application. Water in.
Full cover application when pest is noticed.
Apply when pest is noticed. Direct application to flower head in the case of American Bollworm.
Full cover application only to prevent builup of Mealy Bug population.
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