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SnapshotID: 61527

Active ingredients

Lambda-cyhalothrinTebuconazole

Classification

3A

Insecticide

WSSA mode of action

Sodium channel modulators

Classification

3

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

C14-demethylation in sterol biosynthesis

Registration

EPA: 89168-26-89391

Pests

Powdery MildewRustPowdery MildewRust, Southwestern CottonRustHead Blight, FusariumPowdery MildewPowdery MildewRustArmywormBeetle, BlisterBeetle, Cucumber/Corn RootwormWeevil, SeedCaterpillar, WoollybearCutworm, ArmyMoth, Banded SunflowerWhitefly, BandedwingedAphid, Bird Cherry-oatBoll WeevilStink Bug, BrownBeetle, Cereal LeafEarworm, CornAphid, Corn LeafAphid, Cotton/MelonLeafperforator, CottonCutwormArmyworm, FallCloverworm, GreenStink Bug, GreenFly, HessianBeetle, JapaneseBug, LeaffootedBorer, Lesser CornstalkSpittlebug, MeadowMelonwormBeetle, Mexican BeanBeetle, SapPlant Bug /Leaf BugPainted LadyPicklewormBollworm, PinkLeafhopper, PotatoAphid, Russian WheatBeetle, SeedcornSkipper, SilverspottedRootworm, Southern CornStink Bug, Southern GreenCorn Borer, SouthwesternThrips, SoybeanBeetle, SquashBug, SquashBorer, Squash VineBorer, StalkStink BugBorer, SugarcaneBeetle, SunflowerMaggot, SunflowerMoth, SunflowerHopper, Threecornered AlfalfaThripsBudworm, TobaccoThrips, TobaccoSpider Mite, TwospottedRootworm, Western CornRootworm, Northern CornLooper, CabbageAphidBollworm /Cotton BollwormChinch BugFleahopper, CottonLeafworm, CottonCricketCorn Borer, EuropeanFlea BeetleGrasshopperGreenbugBeetle, May/JuneLeafminerMiteCaterpillar, SaltmarshLooper, SoybeanSpider MiteWhitefly, SweetpotatoCaterpillar, VelvetbeanWebwormWhiteflyArmyworm, YellowstripedCutworm, Western BeanWeevil, StemAphid, English GrainBug, LygusBorer, Hop VineBorer, Rice StalkSawfly, GrassBorer, Mexican RiceBeetle, Southern Corn LeafAphid, Chinese/SoybeanRootworm, Mexican CornLooper, Spotted CabbageWeevil, Head-clipperArmyworm, BeetLeafhopperBeetle, Bean LeafMidge, Orange Blossom WheatCaterpillar, Thistle Rindworm Complex

Sites

BarleySquash, ButternutCantaloupeMelon, CasabaCorn, FieldCorn, PopCorn, SweetCottonMelon, CrenshawCucumberGherkinGourd, EdibleMelon, MangomelonMelon, PersianMelon, CitronMelon, HoneydewMelon, MuskmelonPear, BalsamPumpkinSoybeanSquash, SummerSquash, WinterSunflowerTriticaleWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonWheatApple, BalsamCucumber, ChineseSquash, ZucchiniMelon, Santa ClausMelon, Golden PershawMelon, PineappleMelon, SnakeSquash, CrookneckSquash, StraightneckSquash, ScallopSquash, Vegetable MarrowSquash, SpaghettiSquash, HyotanSquash, CucuzzaOkra, ChineseWheat HayChayote (Unspecified)Corn, For SeedCalabazaMomordicaSquash, AcornSquash, HubbardBittermelonMelon, HoneyballHechimaWatermelon
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Danger
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls over short-sleeved shirt and short pants Chemical-resistant gloves, Category E, such as barrier laminate, nitrile rubber, neoprene rubber or Viton = 14 mils Chemical resistant footwear plus socks Protective eyewear Chemical resistant headgear for overhead exposure
Personal Protection
Coveralls over short-sleeved shirt and short pants Chemical-resistant gloves, Category E, such as barrier laminate, nitrile rubber, neoprene rubber or Viton = 14 mils Chemical resistant footwear plus socks Protective eyewear Chemical resistant headgear for overhead exposure Chemical resistant apron when cleaning equipment, mixing, or loading For exposures in enclosed areas, use a NIOSH approved respirator with an organic vapor (OV) cartridge or canister with any R, P or HE prefilter. For exposures outdoors, use 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

May be stored in a damp place

May be stored in a warm place

May be frozen