VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND NUT CROPS - CUTWORM AND LOOPER

General Information

PREHARVEST INTERVAL

There are no restrictions on applying this product up to the time of harvest. Individual state regulations may vary and should be consulted for allowable pre-harvest interval.

MODE OF ACTION

This product controls targeted insect larvae when they ingest or come in contactwith it, by interfering with the insect’s ability to molt. It is effective on all larvalstages and pupae. It also reduces crop damage by repelling and deterring feedingof all stages of insects.

GENERAL APPLICATION DIRECTIONS

READ ALL DIRECTIONS BEFORE USING.

Dilute Azatin XL in water at a rate up to 21 fluid ounces (20 grams active ingredient) per acre. Apply using any suitable ground or aerial equipment, in a manner to obtain uniform and complete plant coverage. For agronomic crops apply using conventional application equipment in a minimumof 30 gallons of water per acre and aerial application equipment in a minimum of 3 gallons of water per acre. Avoid over-spraying to the point of excessive runoff. The maximum application rate is 20 grams of active ingredient or less per acre according to the tolerance exemption (40 CFR 180.1119). Refer to tables for detailed dilution rates.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND NUT CROPS

VEGETABLES, FRUITS AND NUT CROPS

- Apply Azatin XL at the application rates in sufficient water to assure adequate coverage.

(Conventional application equipment: apply in a minimum of 30 gallons water per acre)(Aerial application equipment: apply in a minimum of 3 gallons water per acre)

Foliar application to larvae

Application Rate: When using lower rates (less than 10 fl. oz.), combine AZATIN XL with an approved adjuvant such as a non-phytotoxic crop oil, up to 1%. Always ensure good coverage by adjusting spray gallonage. Treat early for best control. Do NOT use less than 10 fl. oz. in California.

Restricted Entry Interval

4 hours