Vapam HL

AMVAC
(84)
N/A
N/A
5481-468
N/A

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

WP/S&T

Some materials that are chemical-resistant to this product are barrier laminate or viton ≥ 14 mils. Handlers applying via weed sprayer (see Terms used in the labeling section) while irrigation sys-tem is operating or handlers who may be exposed to liquid spray while repairing a malfunctioning chemigation system or shutting off equipment must wear: Chemical-resistant coveralls over long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, Chemical-resistant headgear, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on the label. Handlers wearing chemical-resistant attire are limited to 30 minutes of exposure in any 60-minute period to prevent heat illness, and, as required by the Worker Protection Standard for Agricultural Pesticides, employers of these handlers must take any necessary steps to avoid heat illness. Except as required above, handlers transferring or loading liquid formulations, handlers operating motorized ground equipment with open cabs, handlers repairing or inactivating irrigation or chemigation equipment during application, and handlers cleaning up spills or equipment must wear: Coveralls over long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, Chemical-resistant apron if transferring or loading the fumigant or cleaning up spills or equipment, Protective eyewear, and Respirator of the type specified in the PPE requirements for respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on the label if triggered. All other handlers including handlers operating motorized ground equipment with closed cabs (except for handlers who set up and calibrate chemigation and irrigation equipment and start the application from inside the application block) as stated in the labeling must wear: Long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on the label if triggered. All handlers who set-up and calibrate chemigation and irrigation equipment and start the application from inside the application block must wear: Long-sleeve shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, Protective eyewear, and Respirator of the type specified in the respiratory protection section in the PPE requirements on the label if triggered. When an air-purifying respirator is required under the label’s Directions for Use, Protection for Handlers, Respiratory Protection and/or Stop Work Triggers section, handlers must wear at minimum either: A NIOSH-certified full facepiece air-purifying respirator equipped with an organic vapor (OV, NIOSH approval prefix TC-23C) cartridge and a particulate pre-filter (Type N, R, P, or HE, NIOSH approval number prefix TC-84A), or A gas mask with a canister approved for organic vapor (NIOSH approval number prefix TC-14G). Cartridges or canisters must be replaced when odor or sensory irritation from this product becomes apparent during use, if the measured concentration of MITC is greater than 6000 ppb (6 ppm), or, in the absence of any other instructions or indications of service life, at the end of each day’s work period, whichever occurs first.

Do not expose to extreme temperatures. Do not stack more than four drums high.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
Metam sodium 137-42-8 42 NOL STD
[Inert ingredients] 58
Metam sodium
Cas # 137-42-8
Percent 42
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Inert ingredients]
Cas #
Percent 58
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alaska 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Alabama 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Arkansas 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Arizona 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
California 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Colorado 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Connecticut 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Delaware 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Florida 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Georgia 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Hawaii 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Iowa 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Idaho 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Illinois 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Indiana 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Kansas 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Kentucky 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Louisiana 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Massachusetts 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Maryland 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Maine 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Michigan 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Minnesota 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Missouri 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Mississippi 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Montana 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
North Carolina 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
North Dakota 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Nebraska 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
New Hampshire 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
New Jersey 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
New Mexico 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Nevada 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
New York 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Ohio 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Oregon 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
South Carolina 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
South Dakota 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Tennessee 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Texas 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Utah 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Virginia 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Vermont 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Washington 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
West Virginia 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Wyoming 10/10/2017 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 10/10/2017 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

PRE-APPLICATION

  • Pre-Application
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

FIELD APPLICATION TO BEDS OR ROWS

  • Drench Application On Beds Or Rows
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Rotary Tiller Or Power Mulcher
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Soil Injection (Pre-Formed Beds)
    • 30 To 62 Gallons / Acre
  • Soil Injection (At Bed Forming Operation)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Soil Covering Method (Bed-Over Methods)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
    • 11 To 22 Fluid_Ounces / Linear_Ft_Of

PEANUTS

  • Peanuts
    • 6.61 Fluid_Ounces / Linear_Ft_Of
    • 7.5 Gallons / Acre

MINT (SUPPRESSION OF VERTICILLIUM WILT)

  • Mint (Suppression Of Verticillium Wilt)
    • 75 Gallons / Acre

ESTABLISHMENT OF TRANSPLANT ORCHARDS AND VINEYARDS

  • Establishment Of Transplant Orchards And Vineyards
    • 50 To 75 Gallons / Acre

FIELD APPLICATION WHERE ENTIRE AREA IS BEING TREATED

  • Shank Application
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Center Pivot And Lateral Move Application
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Solid Set Sprinkler Application
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Drip Application
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Spray Blade Applications
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Rotary Tiller Applications
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Flood Basin, Furrow And Border Applicaton
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

SOIL INJECTION (PACIFIC NORTHWEST ONLY)

  • Soil Injection (Pacific Northwest Only)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

POTATOES

  • Potatoes
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

TREATMENT OF TREE REPLANT SITES IN COMMERCIAL ORCHARDS

  • Treatment Of Tree Replant Sites In Commercial Orchards
    • 0.75 Quarts / Sqft

SYMPHYLID SUPPRESSION

  • Symphylid Suppression
    • 0.3 Pints / Sqft
    • 15 Gallons / Acre

TOBACCO PLANT BEDS

  • Tobacco Plant Beds
    • 1.875 Gallons / Square_Yard

CARROTS

  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre
    • 30 To 75 Gallons

MINT

  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

ONIONS

  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

SUGAR BEETS

  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 37.5 To 75 Gallons / Acre

ORCHARD RE-PLANT (PACIFIC NORTHWEST)

  • Orchard Re-Plant (Pacific Northwest)
    • 56 To 75 Gallons / Acre

WHEAT AND BARLEY

  • Root Knot (Pacific Northwest)
    • 1.88 To 7.5 Gallons / Acre