TURF, INDUSTRIAL PLANT, AND ROAD MEDIAN OUTDOOR USES - ANTS, ARMYWORMS, ETC.

General Information

USE INFORMATION

Quali-Pro Chlorpyrifos 4E insecticide forms an emulsion when diluted with water and is suitable for use in all conventional spray equipment. Consult your State Experiment Station or State Extension Service for proper timing of applications.

When an adjuvant is to be used with this product, Makhteshim Agan of North America, Inc. suggests the use of a Chemical Producers and Distributors Association certified adjuvant.

USE PRECAUTIONS

Do not formulate this product into other end use products. Attention: Do not cut or weld container.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

TURF, INDUSTRIAL PLANT, AND ROAD MEDIAN OUTDOOR USES - ANTS, ARMYWORMS, ETC.

Dilute Quali-Pro Chlorpyrifos 4E in water and apply as a coarse, low-pressure spray using suitable application equipment. Except as noted, thoroughly water immediately after treatment to wash the insecticide into the turf. The area to be treated should be moist at the time of treatment. Spray when pests first appear; re-treat when needed.

Specific Directions:

- Apply Quali-Pro Chlorpyrifos 4E for area control of ticks and chiggers infesting golf course turf, turf in road medians, and industrial plant sites where these pests are present and create a nuisance or a possible public health problem. Do not allow public use of treated areas during application or until spray has dried. Apply Quali-Pro Chlorpyrifos 4E in water at the rate of ½ pint/acre (equivalent to 1/6 fl. oz. per 1000 sq. ft.) using a hydraulic sprayer, mist applicator, knapsack sprayer, or other suitable hand- or power-operated spray equipment. Treat low underbrush, grassy areas, weeds, and ground surface and debris using enough spray volume to obtain thorough coverage, usually 40-100 gals./acre.

- Apply Quali-Pro Chlorpyrifos 4E in water at the rate of 1 quart per acre or ¾ fl. oz. per 1000 sq. ft. for control of deer ticks. Treat low underbrush, turf, grassy areas, weeds, and ground surface and debris using enough spray volume to obtain thorough coverage.

- For sod webworms, watering or mowing of the treated area should be delayed for 24 hours after treatment.

Method
Restricted Entry Interval

24 hours