PEANUTS

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

PEANUTS

For Southern Blight (Sclerotium rolfsii): AS A SURFACE BAND TREATMENT - Apply 100 lbs. per 12,400 linear feet of row in an 8 to 12-inch wide band centered on the row at pegging time. AS A PRE-PLANT SOIL TREATMENT - Apply 100 lbs. per 12,400 linear feet of row in an 8 to 12-inch band centered on the row. Mix to a depth of 2 to 4 inches. This should be done simultaneously with planting using appropriate equipment. AS A SOIL MIX DURING CULTIVATION - It may be applied in three split applications when cultivating the crop at the rate of 33 lbs. per 12,400 square feet per treatment by attaching two delivery tubes per row ahead of inside cultivator sweeps (one on each side) and adjusted so as to treat a total band of 12-inches wide centered on the row. Do not pile untreated soil on crown of plant. NOTE: Do not exceed 10 lbs. actual PCNB per acre in any one season regardless of the application methods used. Do not feed treated vines to livestock. Do not allow hogging down of peanuts.

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours

Timings