General Information


Initial and residual control are contingent upon thorough crop coverage. Apply with ground or air equipment using sufficient water to obtain full coverage of foliage. Apply in a minimum of 2 gals./A by air or 10 gals./A by ground unless otherwise specified in the label. When foliage is dense or pest pressure is high (heavier insect or egg pressure, larger larval stages), use of higher application volumes and/or higher use-rates may improve initial and residual control.

For cutworm control, LAMBDA T may be applied before, during, or after planting. For soil incorporated applications, use higher rates for improved control.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions


Sweet Corn

- Apply as required by scouting, or locally prescribed corn growth stages, usually at intervals of 4 or more days. Timing and frequency of applications should be based upon insect populations reaching locally-determined economic thresholds or other locally recommended methods and should be targeted for control before insects enter the stalk or ear.

- Apply with ground or air equipment using sufficient water and application methods to obtain full coverage of foliage and ears (if present). When applying by air, apply in a minimum of 2 gals. of water/A.

- For control of adult corn rootworm beetles (Diabrotica species) as part of an aerial applied corn rootworm control program use a minimum of 3.2 fl. oz./A (0.025 lb. a.i./A).

- Do not allow livestock to graze in treated areas or harvest treated corn forage as feed for meat or dairy animals within 1 day after last treatment. Do not feed treated corn fodder or silage to meat or dairy animals within 21 days after last treatment.

Target Pest:

Armyworm, Fall Armyworm, Southern Armyworm, Beet Armyworm, and Yellow-Striped Armyworm: Use higher rates for large larvae.

Beet Armyworm, Aphid and Spider Mites: Suppression only.

Aphid: See resistance statement under General Directions for Use.

Pre-Harvest Interval

1 day

Restricted Entry Interval

24 hours