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SnapshotID: 54507

Active ingredients





WSSA mode of action

Acetylcholine esterase inhibitors




WSSA mode of action

Sodium channel modulators




Aphid, Blue AlfalfaArmywormBeetle, BlisterBeetle, Cucumber/Corn RootwormBeetle, GroundHeadwormLeaf Notcher, LittleLooperPhylloxera, PecanWirewormCaterpillar, WoollybearFilbertwormMoth, HeadWeevil, AlfalfaCutworm, ArmyMoth, Banded SunflowerAphid, Bird Cherry-oatAphid, Black PecanBoll WeevilBeetle, Cereal LeafBeetle, Colorado PotatoEarworm, CornAphid, Corn LeafAphid, Cotton/MelonLeafperforator, CottonCurculio, CowpeaCutwormWeevil, Egyptian AlfalfaArmyworm, FallChinch Bug, FalseCloverworm, GreenAphid, Green PeachShuckworm, HickoryCabbageworm, ImportedBeetle, JapaneseKatydidBug, LeaffootedBorer, Lesser CornstalkSpittlebug, MeadowBeetle, Mexican BeanBeetle, SapMealybug, GrassThrips, OnionPlant Bug /Leaf BugPainted LadyFlea Beetle, PalestripedAphid, PeaWeevil, Pea LeafBollworm, PinkPlant Bug, LygusLeafhopper, PotatoAphid, Russian WheatMaggot, SeedcornSkipper, SilverspottedWeevil, Gray Sunflower SeedWeevil, Red Sunflower SeedMidge, SorghumCorn Borer, SouthwesternThrips, SoybeanAphid, Spotted AlfalfaBorer, StalkStink BugMaggot, Sugarbeet RootBeetle, SunflowerMaggot, SunflowerMoth, SunflowerPlant Bug, TarnishedHopper, Threecornered AlfalfaThripsBudworm, TobaccoThrips, TobaccoAphid, WalnutAphid, Yellow PecanLooper, CabbageCaterpillar, AlfalfaLooper, AlfalfaAphidArmyworm, TrueCockroach, AsianBollworm /Cotton BollwormChinch BugMoth, CodlingFleahopper, CottonCricketCorn Borer, EuropeanAnt, FireFlea BeetleBeetle, Fuller RoseGrasshopperGreenbugHornwormLeafminerLeafrollerOrangeworm, NavelLeafroller, ObliquebandedTortrix, OrangeOrangedogWeevil, PecanBorer, Peach TwigCasebearer, Pecan NutPsyllidCaterpillar, SaltmarshArmyworm, SouthernSpittlebugCaterpillar, VelvetbeanWebwormWhiteflyArmyworm, YellowstripedCasebearer, Pecan LeafCabbageworm, SouthernWebworm, CabbageCutworm, Western BeanWeevil, Clover LeafThrips, Western FlowerWeevil, StemBorer, Hop VineHusk Fly, WalnutSawfly, GrassWeevil, Blue-Green CitrusBeetle, Southern Corn LeafSharpshooter, Glassy WingedAphid, Chinese/SoybeanBillbug, HuntingWeevil, Head-clipperLeafhopperSkeletonizer, LeafBeetle, Bean LeafSawfly, Wheat StemBeetle, ClickCaterpillar, ZebraCaterpillar, Black WoolybearBorer, Soybean StemBorer, StemButterfly, SunflowerCaterpillar, Thistle Corn Borer, SouthernFlea BeetleMaggot, Wheat StemLeafhopper, CornWeevil, Citrus Root


AlfalfaAlmondBeet, SugarBrussels SproutsCitron, CitrusFruit, CitrusCorn, FieldCorn, Field, For SeedCorn, SweetCottonFilbertGrapefruitKumquatLemonLimeOrange, SourPecanPummeloSoybeanSunflowerTangerineTangeloTangorWalnutWheatOrange, MandarinChironjaOrange, Satsuma MandarinOrange, SweetSorghumCalamondinCalamondinLemonPummelo

Available for use in the following states


Not available

Product safety


Early entry
Coverall over short sleeved shirt and short pants, chemical resistant gloves (such as barrier laminate or Viton), chemical resistant footwear plus socks, chemical resistant headgear for over head exposures, and protective eyewear.
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 Protective eyewear 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 See Engineering Controls for additional requirements. 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.
Restricted Entry Interval
24 hours for all crops except citrus (5 days for citrus).


May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

Should not be stored in a damp place

Should not be stored in a warm place

Should not be frozen