TREE NUTS - SAN JOSE SCALE - SUPPRESSION
ENVIDOR 2 SC MITICIDE is a Suspension Concentrate formulation and is active by contact on mite eggs, all nymphal stages and adult females. Application must be made as a preventive treatment or timed to coincide with early threshold level in developing mite population. ENVIDOR 2 SC MITICIDE should be applied only through properly calibrated ground application equipment except where specified otherwise within crop-specific section. Thorough coverage of all plant parts is required for optimum performance. The presence of physical barriers including, but not limited to excessive dust, sun block agents, and/or sooty-mold can interfere with the binding of ENVIDOR to target plant parts and may require higher spray volumes to achieve penetration of these barriers.
- Do not apply ENVIDOR 2 SC MITICIDE through any type of irrigation system;
- Do not apply ENVIDOR 2 SC MITICIDE in enclosed structures such as greenhouses or plant houses.
TREE FRUIT, TREE NUTS, GRAPE AND HOP
Apply specified dosage of ENVIDOR as a dilute or concentrate spray early in the infestation as the population begins to develop or at early threshold for the target mite pest. Preventative applications are permitted where required for management of specific mite problems but generally require the higher dosage specified within the crop specific sections for optimal residual control. Performance evaluations should be made no sooner than 7 days following application. Degree of control or suppression of additional labeled pests will be determined, in part, by the stage of pest development at application and infestation level of those pests.
Application rates specified within the label are based on full-size mature trees and vines. Higher rates should be used for moderate to heavy mite pressure or where longer residual control is desired. Lower rates are generally adequate on smaller trees/vines, or for low to moderate mite pressure but require careful scouting and will generally provide shorter residual control than higher rates. Apply adequate spray volume to ensure thorough and uniform coverage of target plant parts.
Use higher dosage when mite population density is extreme and environmental conditions favor continued, prolonged infestation pressure.