COTTON - BOLLWORM, TOBACCO BUDWORM (LARVAE, ADULT) - EAST OF ROCKIES

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

COTTON

FURTHER USE INSTRUCTIONS

Where a rate range is given, use the higher rate where heavy insect pressure exists.

Do not feed gin trash to livestock or allow animals to graze on treated areas.

Do not apply more than 6.0 lbs. a.i. (6 2/3 lbs product) per acre per crop cycle. This includes the use of the product as an in-furrow at planting treatment, all foliar spray, liquid in-furrow application and seed treatment uses.

Apply in water at 3 to 10 gals. spray per acre by air (minimum 5 gals per acre in CA, AZ) or 10 to 25 gals spray per acre by ground.

Bollworm-Budworm Larvae: Early season light infestation use 1 lb. to 2 acres. Mid and late season moderate to severe infestations use 1 lb. to 1 acre. Apply when eggs appear and repeat at a 3 to 7 day interval.

Bollworm-Budworm Adults: Moths are controlled when they come in direct contact with spray particles during application. Moth kill is most likely to occur when application is made late in the evenings during periods of peak activity.

Pre-Harvest Interval

21 days

Restricted Entry Interval

24 hours