FRUIT AND NUT CROPS - GRAPES - POWDERY MILDEW

General Information

GENERAL INFORMATION

REVOKE is an effective contact insecticide, miticide and fungicide for control of soft bodied insects, mites and powdery mildew. This product may be used to control targeted pests on crops which include vegetables, grapes and other small fruits, tree fruits, tree nuts, cotton, tobacco, shrubs, shade and ornamental trees, turf, foliage and flowering plants growing outdoors, in greenhouses and in interiorscapes.

This product can be applied up to harvest.

Pests Controlled

This product may be used as a foliar spray to control or suppress soft bodied pests which include:

adelgids, aphids, caterpillars, earwigs, lace bugs, leafhoppers, leafminers, mealybugs, mole crickets, plant bugs, psyllids, sawfly larvae, scales, spider mites, tent caterpillar, thrips, whiteflies, gypsy moth, and chinch bugs. This product provides curative control of powdery mildew.

MIXING AND APPLICATION

Rates

Stand-alone rate: REVOKE rates as low a 0.25% v/v or as high as 4% v/v may be used. The 2%

v/v is the most frequently used stand-alone rate.

Refer to individual sections of the label for specific use rates for control of pests on specific crops.

Rates are provided as a % volume/volume (v/v) solution. A 2% v/v solution is prepared by adding 2 gallons of REVOKE to 98 gallons of spray water.

The activity of this product is directly related to the solution concentration and to contact with the pest, not to the amount of product applied per acre.

Tank-mix rate: To achieve enhanced and residual pest control, use a 1 to 2 % v/v solution of this

product in combination with a recommended product.

Timing of Application

Initiate applications as soon as pest is observed, or as needed to avoid economic injury. Repeat applications at one to two week intervals, or as needed, to control reinfesting or increasing pest populations.

Do not make repeat applications at less than 7 day intervals, or make more than 3 sequential applications at 7 to 14 day intervals unless your prior experience has shown the use pattern to be

non-injurious to the type and the developmental stage of plant(s) to be treated under local growing conditions.

Application Guidelines

This product may be applied with most types of ground or aerial spray equipment. Do not use with pulse or thermal fogger applicators. Do not apply through any type of irrigation system.

This product must come into contact with the targeted soft bodied pests or powdery mildew to be

effective. Complete coverage of pests is essential for maximum control. Direct sprays to contact

the pests. In general, adequate coverage requires a minimum of 50 gallons of total spray volume

per acre. Higher volumes may be required on larger perennial crops.

Apply REVOKE solutions to wet (minimize run-off) to decrease the potential for injury on foliage,

fruit and flowers of sensitive plants.

Apply promptly after mixing with other pesticides to avoid or reduce alkaline hydrolysis of certain

pesticides.

Avoid applications when wind conditions impair thorough coverage.

Avoid applications on new transplants and unrooted cuttings.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

FRUIT AND NUT CROPS

Application Instructions:

Stand alone rate: Apply a 1-2% v/v solution of this product, unless otherwise noted. Refer to the MIXING AND APPLICATION SECTION of the label for general rate, timing and application information except as noted below.

For all Fruit and Nut Crops: Apply to wet (minimize run off) with an air-blast or other appropriate sprayer. Application of excessive water volumes will increase the potential for fruit injury by causing collection of spray on the bottom of fruit, especially when poor drying conditions exist.

Grapes: This product may alter the waxy bloom and or cause marking on the surface of grapes which can affect the quality rating of table grapes at harvest. To reduce potential for fruit injury, do not apply in greater than 75 gallons of water per acre on table grapes after berries are 6-7 mm in diameter. Do not apply this product to Calmeria or Italia varieties of grapes.

Citrus: Precaution - Fruit marking may occur when sooty mold is present.

Pears: Applications of this product are not recommended after the delayed dormant stage on fresh market pear varieties including d’Anjou and Asian pears. Applications after fruit set may cause marking which can reduce market value of the fruit.

Stone Fruits: Concentrate (air-blast) applications are recommended with a maximum volume of 100 gallons per acre on smooth skinned fruits, except cherries, and 400 gallons per acre on cherries and peaches on large trees. SPRAY TO WET with no run off! Do not make dilute spray applications on smooth skinned fruit after fruit formation. This product is not recommended for use on yellow skinned nectarine varieties.

Nursery and nonbearing trees can be sprayed to runoff with no more than 3 consecutive applications with 7 day intervals.

Pest

Grapes (Powdery mildew): Complete coverage of grape clusters as well as leaf surfaces is essential for effective control. Rates of 40% Insecticidal Soap below 1% v/v will not be fungicidal against powdery mildew.

Stand-alone rate: Apply a 1-2% v/v solution of this product to control powdery mildew spores and hyphae. Initiate sprays at bud break or as appropriate based on local powdery mildew control recommendations. Repeat at 7 to 14 day intervals, or as needed through veraison. Use the shorter intervals under more severe mildew pressure. Schedule a follow-up fungicide application within 7 to 14 days after each application when REVOKE is used alone. Use this product in a scheduled preventive spray program with recommended fungicides such as Bayleton, Rally, Rubigan and/or sulfur to achieve protectant/residual control of powdery mildew.

Tank-mix rate: This product may be applied in tank-mixes with fungicides such as Bayleton, Rally or Rubigan. Tank-mix this product at the rate of 1-2% v/v with labeled rates of companion pesticides.

Do not mix with sulfur. Do not use within 3 days of a sulfur application.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours

Timings