ADZUKI BEAN, ETC.
- Rape greens grown and harvested from Axcess-treated seed must not be used for human and feed consumption. Rapeseed grown and harvested from Axcess treated seed is only for industrial uses and cannot be used for edible oil or any other human/feed consumption.
- Wheat, Barley, Oats, Rye, Triticale, Sorghum, Millet. DO NOT graze or feed livestock on treated areas for 45 days after planting.
- Cotton (delinted seed only). Regardless of the type of application (seed treatment, soil or foliar) DO NOT apply more than a total of 0.5 lb. of imidacloprid per acre per cropping cycle.
Stored Seed Protection
Applied at labeled rates equal to or above 0.8 fl. oz. per hundredweight, Axcess will provide protection to seed against injury from the following insects: Indian Meal Moth (Plodia interpunctella), Rice Weevil (Sitophilus oryzea), Red Flour Beetle (Tribiolium castaneum), and Lesser Grain Borer (Rhizopertha dominica). It is recommended that seed with existing populations of stored grain pests be fumigated prior to treating and bagging seed.
For Early Season Protection Against Certain Sucking Insects
Axcess will aid in the protection of seeds and seedlings against injury by certain early season insects.
Adzuki Bean, Asparagus Bean, Broad Bean (Succulent Or Dry), Catjang Bean, Chinese Longbean, Field Bean, Guar Bean, Jackbean, Kidney Bean, Lablab Bean, Lima Bean (Succulent Or Dry), Moth Bean (Succulent Or Dry), Mung Bean, Navy Bean, Pinto Bean, Rice Bean, Runner Bean, Snap Bean, Sword Bean, Tepary Bean, Urd Bean, Wax Bean, Yardlong Bean, Blackeyed Pea (Succulent Or Dry), Chickpea, Cowpea (Succulent Or Dry), Crowder Pea, Dwarf Pea, Edible-Pod Pea, English Pea, Field Pea, Garden Pea, Green Pea, Pigeon Pea (Succulent Or Dry), Snow Pea, Southern Pea (Succulent Or Dry), Sugar Snap Pea, Grain Lupin, Sweet Lupin, White Lupin, White Sweet Lupin, Lentil
To provide early season protection of seedlings against injury by wireworm, bean leaf beetle, imported fire ant, and aphid, apply as a commercial seed treatment at 1.6 to 3.2 fl. oz. per hundredweight of seed prior to planting.
Lentil: Seed-and-pod vegetable seed treated in California must be destined for planting in states other than California and is not to be planted in California.