ALFALFA - PEST CONTROL (APPLICATION RATE: 1-2 PINT/ACRE)
Broadcast Foliar Application
Apply with conventional power-operated spray equipment using nozzles and spray pressures recommended for insecticides. Apply Nufos 4E in a spray volume of not less than 2 gallons per acre for aerial application equipment (fixed wing or helicopter) or not less than 10 gallons per acre for ground equipment, unless otherwise specified. Increase spray volume to ensure adequate coverage with increased density and height of crop canopy. See Spray Drift Precautions section for recommendations on droplet size.
Ground Application: Orient the boom and nozzles so that uniform coverage is obtained. The swath width should not be wider than the boom. Follow nozzle manufacturer’s recommendations for insecticide nozzles with respect to nozzle type, pressure, and spacing.
Broadcast Soil Application
Apply with conventional power-operated spray equipment that will apply the product uniformly to the soil surface. Use nozzles that produce medium or coarse droplets (235-400 microns). Unless otherwise indicated, a spray volume of 10 gallons or more per acre is recommended. For band application, use proportionally less spray volume.
Use a minimum spray volume of 2 gallons per acre and follow recommendations for best management practices for aerial application, above.
Marking of swaths by flagging, permanent markers or use of GPS equipment is recommended.
Chemigation (Sprinkler Irrigation)
Nufos 4E may be applied to the following crops through sprinkler irrigation equipment: alfalfa, citrus (orchard floors only), corn (field and sweet), cotton, cranberry, mint, sorghum, soybeans, sugarbeet, orchard floors (almond, pecan and walnut), and wheat, or other crops as specified in Cheminova supplemental labeling. Do not apply this product by chemigation unless specified in crop-specific directions in the label or Cheminova supplemental labeling. Do not apply to labeled crops through any other type of irrigation system.
Note: Unless otherwise indicated in specific use directions, the application rates for chemigation are the same as those recommended for broadcast application.
ALFALFA - Pest Control (Application Rate: 1-2 pint/acre)
Apply as a broadcast foliar spray using aircraft or ground spray equipment. Use a higher rate in the rate range for increased pest pressure. Use a spray volume of 5 gpa or more by air or up to 20 gpa by ground when foliage is dense and/or pest population is high and/or under high temperature and wind conditions. Some reduction in insect control may occur under unusually cool conditions.
Chemigation: may be applied through sprinkler irrigation systems to control listed foliar pests. Use listed broadcast application rates. See (Sprinkler Irrigation) section for application instructions.
Nufos 4E should not be tank-mixed with other pesticides, surfactants, or fertilizer formulations unless prior use has shown the combination to be non-injurious to alfalfa under current conditions of use. Some phytotoxic symptoms may be observed on young, tender, rapidly growing alfalfa treated with Nufos 4E Alfalfa will outgrow these symptoms and no yield loss should be expected.
-This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment on alfalfa. Do not apply if nearby bees are clustered outside of hives and bees are foraging in the treated area. Protective information may be obtained from your Agricultural Extension Service.
-To avoid contamination of irrigation tail waters, do not flood irrigate within 24 hours following an application of Nufos 4E.
Specific Use Restrictions:
- Preharvest Interval: Do not cut or graze treated alfalfa within 7 days after application of 1/2 pint per acre of Nufos 4E, within 14 days after application of 1 pint per acre, or within 21 days after application of rates above 1 pint per acre.
- Do not make a second application of Nufos 4E or other product containing chlorpyrifos within 10 days of the first application.
Pest-Specific Use Directions:
1. In California: For Egyptian alfalfa weevil control, apply the specified dosage in a minimum of 5 gallons of water per acre when larvae are actively feeding.
For suppression only: Spotted alfalfa aphid.