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    SnapshotID: 61442

    Active ingredients

    Abamectin

    Classification

    6

    Insecticide

    WSSA mode of action

    Chloride channel activators

    Registration

    EPA:34704-923

    Pests

    Leafminer, TentiformSpider Mite, WillametteSpider Mite, CarmineMite, Citrus RustThrips, CitrusBeetle, Colorado PotatoMite, European RedLeafminer, LiriomyzaSpider Mite, McDanielSpider Mite, PacificMite, Pear RustPsyllid, Potato/TomatoSpider Mite, Atlantic/StrawberryMite, Tomato RussetSpider Mite, TwospottedSkeletonizer, Western GrapeleafLeafhopper, Western GrapeLeafhopper, White AppleSpider Mite, YellowMite, BroadLeafminerPsylla, PearSpider MitePinworm, TomatoMite, Citrus BudThrips, PalmiLeafminer, CitrusPsyllid, Asian CitrusThrips, AvocadoLeafhopper, Variegated

    Sites

    AlmondAppleApricotArrugulaArtichoke, JerusalemAvocadoBasilSweet BayBeechnutBrazil NutBurnetSquash, ButternutCantaloupeCardoonMelon, CasabaCashewCeleriac/Celery RootCeleryCeltuceCherry, Sweet/MazzardCherry, Sour/TartChervilChestnutCitron, CitrusFruit, CitrusFruit, Citrus, HybridCorn SaladCottonMelon, CrenshawCress, GardenCress, UplandCucumberDandelion, GreensDock (Sorrel)EggplantEndive/ChicoryEscaroleFennel/Common FennelFennel, FlorenceFilbertFruit, StoneGherkinGingerGourd, EdibleGrapeGrapefruitHazelnutHerbs (EPA Group)HopsKumquatLemonLettuce, HeadLettuce, LeafLimeMacadamia NutMelon, MangomelonMelon, PersianMelon, CitronMelon, HoneydewMelon, MuskmelonNectarineHickory NutOrachOrange, SourParsleyPeachPearPear, BalsamPecanPepper, SweetPepper, ChiliPeppermintPimentoPistachioPlumPlum, DamsonPotato, SweetPummeloPumpkinPurslane, GardenPurslane, WinterRhubarbRosemarySageSpearmintSpinachSpinach, New ZealandSquash, SummerSquash, WinterStrawberrySwiss ChardTangerineTangeloTangorDasheenThymeTomatilloTomatoVegetables, FruitingWalnut, EnglishWalnut, BlackWatermelonWaxgourd, Chinese/Chinese Preserving MelonYam, TruePepinoOrange, MandarinChironjaCalamondinButternut (Tree Nut)TanierRadicchioOrange, Satsuma MandarinPlum, ChickasawPear, OrientalApple, BalsamCucumber, ChineseCelery, ChineseSpinach, VineSquash, ZucchiniTurmericYam BeanBalmBorageCamomileCatnipCorianderCostmaryCurry LeafHorehoundHyssopMarigold, PotMarjoramNasturtiumPennyroyalRueTansyTarragonWintergreenWoodruffWormwoodCress, WinterYellow RocketMelon, Santa ClausMelon, Golden PershawMelon, PineappleMelon, SnakeSquash, CrookneckSquash, StraightneckSquash, ScallopSquash, Vegetable MarrowSquash, SpaghettiSquash, HyotanSquash, CucuzzaSquash, HechimaOkra, ChineseChayote (Unspecified)PlumcotAmaranth, LeafyOrange, SweetChinquapinCalabazaArracachaArrowrootArtichoke, Chinese/JapaneseCanna, EdibleCassava, BitterCassava, SweetChufaMomordicaLerenSquash, AcornSquash, HubbardAngelicaClaryLavenderLemongrassSavory, SummerSavory, WinterNut/Tree NutCulantroVegetables, CucurbitLovage, LeafPlum, JapaneseChayote, RootPepper (All Types)Pepper, Bell/GreenBittermelonChrysanthemum, Edible-leavedChrysanthemum, GarlandCantaloupe, TrueMelon, HoneyballVegetables, LeafyPotatoesPepper, CookingPrune (fresh, dry)Spinach, ChineseTampalaCilantro leafGroundcherryChicory, RedDillweedTangerine/MandarinCitrus Hybrid
    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 - EPA chemical-resistance category B (e.g., barrier laminate or butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils); Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks; Protective eyewear; Chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure.
    Personal Protection
    Coveralls worn over short-sleeved shirt and short pants; Chemical-resistant gloves - EPA chemical-resistance category B (e.g., barrier laminate or butyl rubber ≥ 14 mils); Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks; Protective eyewear; Chemical-resistant headgear for overhead exposure; Chemical-resistant apron when cleaning equipment, mixing, or loading.
    Restricted Entry Interval
    12 hours. Exception: For grape girdling, cane turning, and tying in grapes, do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the restricted-entry interval (REI) of 4 days.

    Precautions

    May be exposed to direct sunlight

    Should not be exposed to flame or sparks

    Should not be stored in a damp place

    Should not be stored in a warm place

    May be frozen