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  • (515) 535-3200
  • 974 Centre Road, US-DE, Wilmington, 19805
SnapshotID: 18928

Active ingredients

Chlorpyrifos

Classification

1B

Insecticide

WSSA mode of action

Acetylcholine esterase inhibitors

Registration

EPA:62719-220

Pests

Aphid, BlackmarginedAphid, Blue AlfalfaAphid, RootArmywormBeetle, Cucumber/Corn RootwormSpanworm, BrownFirewormBorer, Mint RootLeafroller, PandemisScale, Black PineleafScale, Striped PineWeevil, SeedScale, SnowFruitworm, SparganothisCaterpillar, WoollybearLeafroller, AvocadoMidge, Douglas-fir NeedleLeafroller, FilbertFilbertwormGnat/Midge, BitingMoth, LucerneMaggot, RootPhylloxeraWeevil, AlfalfaLeafminer, Alfalfa BlotchBorer, American PlumCutworm, ArmyAphid, AsparagusBeetle, AsparagusMoth, Banded SunflowerAphid, Black PecanBoll WeevilScale, Brown SoftAphid, CabbageBeetle, Cereal LeafScale, ChaffMite, Citrus RustWirewormEarworm, CornRootworm, CornAphid, Cotton/MelonLeafperforator, CottonFruitworm, CranberryWeevil, CranberryCutwormBorer, DogwoodBeetle, DriedfruitAdelgid, Eastern Spruce GallWeevil, Egyptian AlfalfaMoth, European Pine ShootSawfly, European PineMite, European RedArmyworm, FallWebworm, FallScale, Florida RedSymphylan, GardenMealybug, GrapeBorer, Grape RootCloverworm, GreenShuckworm, HickoryCabbageworm, ImportedBeetle, JapaneseKatydidBorer, Lesser CornstalkMealybugBeetle, Mexican BeanLeaftier, OmnivorousMaggot, OnionPlant Bug /Leaf BugWeevil, PalesAphid, PeaBorer, PeachtreeMite, Pecan Leaf ScorchBollworm, PinkPlant Bug, LygusLeafhopper, PotatoAphid, Rosy AppleAphid, Russian WheatScale, Pine TortoiseScale, Pine NeedleScale, Spruce BudMaggot, SeedcornWebworm, Sod/Lawn MothMidge, SorghumStink Bug, Southern GreenCorn Borer, SouthwesternSowbug/PillbugAphid, Spotted AlfalfaBeetle, Spotted CucumberSpringtailWeevil, Strawberry/Strawberry BudFlea Beetle, StripedMaggot, Sugarbeet RootBeetle, SunflowerMoth, SunflowerFlea Beetle, SweetpotatoSymphylanFlea Beetle, SystenaPlant Bug, TarnishedThripsBudworm, TobaccoSpider Mite, TwospottedScale, WalnutMoth, WinterAphid, Yellow PecanAphid, Yellow SugarcaneCaterpillar, AlfalfaWebworm, AlfalfaAphidMite, Bermudagrass StuntBillbug, BluegrassBollworm /Cotton BollwormMite, Brown AlmondScale, California RedCentipedeChiggerChinch BugMite, CloverMoth, CodlingAdelgid, Cooley Spruce GallFleahopper, CottonCricketEarwigChafer, EuropeanCorn Borer, EuropeanCrane Fly, EuropeanMoth, Eyespotted BudSkipper, FieryAphid, FilbertFlea BeetleFleaLeafroller, FruittreeGrasshopperBeetle, Green JuneGreenbugMoth, GypsyLeafminerBorer, Lesser PeachtreeAphid, Mealy PlumMillipedeCricket, MoleMosquitoOrangeworm, NavelChafer, Northern MaskedLeafroller, ObliquebandedTortrix, OrangeOrangedogBorer, Peach TwigPsylla, PearCasebearer, Pecan NutSpittlebug, PineCaterpillar, SaltmarshScale, San JoseScale, BlackScale, PurpleSpider MiteSpittlebugNeedleminer, SpruceBudworm, Spruce/Eastern SpruceTickCaterpillar, VelvetbeanWebwormMoth, Western TussockArmyworm, YellowstripedWhite GrubBillbugMite, Brown WheatCutworm, Western BeanWeevil, Annual BluegrassBorer, Flatheaded AppletreeCutworm, ClimbingWeevil, StemMite, Winter GrainAphid, English GrainAphid, CowpeaScale, LongHusk Fly, WalnutMidge, WheatAphid, Brown CitrusGrubBeetle, Southern Corn LeafSharpshooter, Glassy WingedAphid, Chinese/SoybeanBillbug, DenverBillbug, HuntingMidge, Pine NeedleWhitefly, SilverleafChafer, Southern MaskedAtaenius, Black TurfgrassArmyworm, BeetAntLeafhopperBillbug, AdultWirewormBeetle, Bean LeafBorer, Roundheaded AppletreeBorer, Broad Necked RootPrionus, TilehornedMaggot, SeedBorer, Common CornstalkMoth, Strawberry CrownTick, DeerBorer, Greater PeachtreeCaterpillar, Thistle Plant Bug, LeaffootedBorer, Apple BarkPsylla, CitrusGreenbug, AphidAtaenius, Black Turfgrass

Sites

AlfalfaAlmondAppleAsparagusGuar/Guar BeanBean, KidneyBean, MungBean, NavyBean, PintoBean, RunnerBean, SnapBean (All Types)Bean, AsparagusBean, Dry (All Types)Bean, FieldChickpea/Garbanzo BeanBean, SucculentBeet, SugarBroccoliBroccoli RaabBroccoli, Chinese/White Flowering/Gai LonBrussels SproutsCabbageCabbage, Chinese (Unspecified)CauliflowerCherryCitron, CitrusFruit, Citrus, HybridCollardsCorn, FieldCorn, SweetCottonCowpeaCranberryBean, Lima, DryFigFilbertGrapeGrapefruitMustard GreensKaleKohlrabiKumquatLemonLentilLimeLupin, GrainLupin, White SweetNectarineOnion, Bulb/Dry BulbOrange, SourOrchard FloorsPeaPea, EnglishPea, Black-eyedPea, CrowderPea, FieldPea, PigeonPea, SouthernPea, Edible PodPeachPeanutPearPecanPeppermintPlumPotato, SweetPrunePummeloRadishRape GreensRutabagaSoybeanSpearmintStrawberrySunflowerTangerineTangeloTangorTobaccoTurnipVegetables, LegumeWalnutWheatOrange, MandarinChironjaCalamondinOrange, Satsuma MandarinCavalo BroccoliMizunaMustard SpinachBean, AdzukiBean, LablabBean, MothBean, RiceBean, TeparyBean, UrdPea, DwarfSorghum, Grain/Milo, StoredWheat HayLupin, SweetLupin, WhiteCorn, For SeedOrange, SweetBean, Chinese LongBean, YardlongCatjangBean, BroadBean, FavaPea, Sugar SnapPea, SnowPea, GreenPea, GardenBean, HyacinthBean, Lima, GreenJackbeanTangerine/MandarinLawns /TurfChristmas Trees, Plantation and Nursery

Temperature range

Min 20°F
Max 100°F
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Warning
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls over short-sleeved shirt and short pants Chemical-resistant gloves made out of any waterproof material Chemical-resistant footware plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure
Personal Protection
Mixers and loaders using a mechanical transfer loading system and applicators using aerial application equipment must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Shoes and socks In addition to the above, mixers and loaders using a mechanical transfer loading system must wear: Chemical-resistant gloves Chemical-resistant apron A NIOSH-approved dust mist filtering respirator with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-21C or a NIOSH-approved respirator with any R, P, or HE filter All other mixers, loaders, applicators and handlers must wear: Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves Chemical-resistant apron when mixing or loading or exposed to the concentrate Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks Chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure A NIOSH-approved dust mist filtering respirator with MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-21C or a NIOSH-approved respirator with any R, P, or HE filter.

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

Should not be stored in a damp place

May be stored in a warm place

May be frozen

Supplemental Labels
  • For control of seed maggots on snap beans (OR)