VEGETABLE AND SMALL FRUIT CROPS - LEGUME VEGETABLES
Use low rate under light to moderate infestation. Higher rates should be used under heavy insect pressure. The rate of application is variable according to insect pressure, timing of spray and field scouting.
In New York State this product may not be applied within 100 feet (using ground equipment) to 300 feet (using aerial equipment) of coastal marshes or streams that drain into coastal marshes.
For cutworm, armyworm grape colaspsis, or stalk borer control, STEED Insecticide may be applied before, during, or after planting. For soil-incorporated applications, use higher rates for improved control.
VEGETABLE AND SMALL FRUIT CROPS
- PHI: Do not apply within 3 days of harvest for succulent shelled or edible– podded peas or beans
Do not apply within 21 days of harvest for dried shelled peas or beans
Application Interval: Do not make applications less than 5 days apart.
- Refer to the maximum usage tables when applying more than one product containing either zeta-cypermethrin or bifenthrin to this crop.
Apply in a minimum of 2 gallons of finished spray per acre by air or in a minimum of 10 gallons per acre with ground equipment. When applying by air, 1– 2 quarts of emulsified oil may be substituted for 1– 2 quarts of water in the finished spray.
Thorough coverage is essential to achieve control.
Aphid, Armyworm Fall: Coverage is essential for control of this pest. Under heavy outbreaks tank mixing with another product that is labeled for this pest is recommended for control.
Tobacco Budworm: Pyrethroid resistance is common for this pest. Please consult your local or state agricultural authority to determine if resistance pest populations are in your area. If so refer the resistance management statement in the DIRECTION FOR USE section of the label.