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Terr-O-Gas 67

Great Lakes
SnapshotID: 61164

Active ingredients

ChloropicrinMethyl Bromide

Classification

8B

Insecticide

WSSA mode of action

Miscellaneous nonspecific (multi-site) inhibitors

Registration

EPA:5785-24

Pests

Fusarium DiseasesPhytophthora DiseasesPythium DiseasesRhizoctonia DiseasesSclerotinia DiseasesSclerotium DiseasesPyrenochaeta DiseasesClubrootNematode, CystNematode, CitrusCutwormNematode, DaggerSymphylan, GardenNematode, LanceNematode, Root-knotNematode, StingNematode, AwlNematode, Root Lesion/MeadowNematode, False Root-knotNematode, SheathNematode, Stunt/StyletNematode, Stubby-rootGrubNematode, SpiralAntWirewormNematode, BurrowingRootwormNematode, RingBluegrass, AnnualTorpedograssQuackgrassBermudagrassLambsquartersBroomrape

Sites

AsparagusBroccoliCauliflowerFruit, CitrusEggplantLettuceMelon, MuskmelonOnion, Bulb/Dry BulbPineappleStrawberryTobaccoTobacco, SeedbedTomatoPepper (All Types)TomatoGreenhouse SoilGreenhouses, Non-food CropsLawns /TurfSoil
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Danger
Product safety

Protections

Personal Protection
Loose-fitting or well ventilated long-sleeved shirt and long pants. Shoes and socks. Full-face shield or safety glasses with brow and temple shields when handling the liquid product (Do NOT wear goggles). When the air concentration level is above 0.1 ppm for chloropicrin OR above 5 ppm for methyl bromide and a respirator is required, protect the eyes by wearing a full-face respirator. No respirator is required if the air concentration level of chloropicrin in the working area is measured to be less than 0.1 ppm AND the air concentration level of methyl bromide in the working area is measured to be less than 5 ppm. A respirator is required if the acceptable air concentration level of 0.1 ppm for chloropicrin OR 5 ppm for methyl bromide is exceeded at any time. The respirator must be one of the following types: (a) a supplied-air respirator (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefix TC-19C) OR (b) A self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA) (MSHA/NIOSH approval number prefi x TC-13F). Under normal soil fumigation conditions, the air concentration level of chloropicrin in the working area will not generally exceed 0.1 ppm AND the air concentration level of methyl bromide in the working area will not generally exceed 5 ppm. Therefore, no respiratory protection is required. However, there is the possibility of a spill or leak during soil fumigation. Therefore, a respirator of a type specified above must be available and will be required for entry into an affected area in the event of a leak or spill.
Restricted Entry Interval
Greenhouse Soil Fumigation: Entry (including early entry that would otherwise be permitted under the WPS) by any person -- other than a correctly trained and equipped handler who is performing a handling task permitted by the WPS -- is PROHIBITED in the entire greenhouse (entire enclosed structure/building) from the start of application until 48 hours after application AND until the air concentration level of chloropicrin in the working area is measured to be less than 0.1 ppm AND the air concentration level of methyl bromide in the working area is measured to be less than 5 ppm. Until the aeration of the soil is complete (usually 10-14 days), non-handlers are permitted in the greenhouse ONLY while the air concentration level of chloropicrin in their working area remains less than 0.1 ppm AND the air concentration level of methyl bromide in their working area remains less than 5 ppm. If tarps are used for the application, non-handler entry is prohibited during tarp removal and until the air concentration level of chloropicrin in the working area is measured to be less than 0.1 ppm AND the air concentration level of methyl bromide in the working area is measured to be less than 5 ppm. Outdoor Soil Fumigation: Entry (including early entry that would otherwise be permitted under the WPS) by any person -- other than a correctly trained and equipped handler who is performing a handling task permitted on this labeling -- is PROHIBITED from the start of application until 48 hours after application. In addition, if tarps are used for the application, non-handler entry is prohibited while tarps are being removed.

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

May be stored in a damp place

May be stored in a warm place

May be frozen