GRAPES (TABLE)

General Information

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

USE RESTRICTIONS:

Use this product to limit damage caused by birds on ripening crops. This product must be applied using appropriate spray equipment. Do not apply when crop is wet or rain is expected. Withhold treatment until fruit is susceptible to bird damage. Do not apply through any type of irrigation system.

COMPATIBILITY WITH OTHER PESTICIDES:

Compatibility with other adjuvants has not been tested. If adding other adjuvants or products, test for compatibility first or ask your representative for advice. Do not mix with dry formulations such as wettable powder formulations which may result in residue on the crop.

DILUTION DIRECTIONS:

Shake or stir Rejex-it Migrate container well prior to diluting. For better coverage, add a super wetter (such as a non-ionic, organofunctional silicone surfactant, or sticker spreader), as directed on the label. Mix product outside or in a ventilated area. For ground application, mix Rejex-it Migrate with water at a ratio of 1 part product to 10-20 parts water. For aerial application, mix Rejex-it Migrate with water at a ratio of 1 part product to 1-3 parts water.

APPLICATION DIRECTIONS:

- Apply spray mixture so that crop receives thorough coverage.

- Repeat treatment if significant bird damage begins to occur.

- This product may be applied up to the day of harvest

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

GRAPES (TABLE) - Apply by ground application at a rate of 2.5 – 5 gallons of Rejex-it Migrate (3.1-6.2 lbs a.i.) per acre or 7.5-15 fl. oz. per 1000 sq. ft. Use a 1:10 or 1:20 dilution with water and apply at rates of 27.5-55 gallons or 52.5-100 gallons, respectively, of spray mixture per acre.

NOTES:

California only: Mixers/handlers and air blast applicators must wear coveralls over normal work clothes and not prepare spray solutions using more than 50 gallons of concentrate per day.

Harvesters must wear gloves and long-sleeved shirts.

New York only: Aerial application is prohibited. This product is not to be used on grapes within Suffolk County

Timings