VEGETABLES - BEANS (SNAP, DRY AND LIMA)

General Information

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS AND RESTRICTIONS

Use of this product at residential sites is prohibited.

Do not use IPRODIONE 50WP AG for aerial and chemigation applications.

CROP ROTATION RESTICTIONS FOR BEANS, BROCCOLI, CARROTS, CHINESE MUSTARD, COTTON, DRY BULB ONIONS, GARLIC, LETTUCE, PEANUTS, POTATOES, AND RICE.

The following crops may be rotated after harvest: Beans, Broccoli, Carrots, Chinese Mustard, Cotton, Dry Onions, Garlic, Lettuce, Peanuts, Potatoes, and Rice.

GRAZING RESTRICTIONS FOR STONE FRUIT, ALMONDS, AND GRAPES.

Do not graze animals in treated orchards. Do not feed cover crops grown in treated orchards to livestock.

If you are unsure about disease conditions, contact your local extension agent.

If applying this product adjacent to a water body such as a lake, reservoir, river, permanent stream, marsh or natural pond, estuary, or commercial fish pond, there must be at least a 25-foot vegetative buffer strip between the water body and the point of application.

Do not apply this product when the wind direction is toward aquatic areas.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

VEGETABLES - BEANS (SNAP, DRY AND LIMA)

Make second application if necessary 5-7 days later or up to peak bloom.

Ground equipment should have a three-nozzle/row boom arranged with one directly over the row and a drop on each side of the row. 50-100 PSI spray pressure is recommended for canopy penetration.

Application may also be made by air or chemigation.

Use the higher rate and shorter spray interval when disease pressure severe.

Thorough coverage is essential for control.

RESTRICTIONS:

Make the last application no later than peak bloom.

Do not allow foraging for 14 days after last application.

Do not feed snap or succulent bean hay to livestock.

Do not feed dry bean hay to livestock until 45 days after last application.

Do not use this product on cowpeas.

Restricted Entry Interval

24 hours