FIELD CORN AND POP CORN - EUROPEAN CORN BORER
BEE CAUTION: MAY KILL HONEYBEES AND OTHER BEES IN SUBSTANTIAL NUMBERS.
This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on crops or weeds in bloom. Notifying beekeepers within 1 mile of treatment area at least 48 hours before product is applied will allow them to take additional steps to protect their bees. Limiting application to times when bees are least active, e.g., within 2 hours of sunrise or sunset, will minimize risk to bees.
For crops in bloom (except soybean and corn): Do not apply this product to target crops or weeds in bloom.
For soybean and corn: If application cannot be avoided when target crop or weeds are in bloom, limiting applications to times when bees are least active, e.g. within 2 hours of sunrise or sunset, will minimize risk to bees.
INFORMATION AND RESTRICTIONS
CARBARYL 4L insecticide is a suspension of microfine SEVIN Carbaryl insecticide in an aqueous medium. It readily disperses in water to form a spray which may be applied by air or ground.
PLANT RESPONSE PRECAUTIONS
Application to wet foliage or during periods of high humidity may cause injury to tender foliage.
Do not use on Boston Ivy, Virginia creeper and maidenhair fern as injury may result. Carbaryl may also injure Virginia and sand pines.
The use of adjuvants may increase the potential for crop injury to sensitive crops.
PREHARVEST AND GRAZING RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
For all listed crops and uses, do not apply at greater rates or at more frequent intervals than stated on the label. If forage is grazed or used as feed for dairy and meat animals, follow all use restrictions in order to avoid illegal residues in crops, meat or milk.
Do not use reclaimed irrigation water from crops treated with carbaryl on crops for which carbaryl tolerances are not established.
Calibrate and adjust application equipment to insure proper rate and accurate placement. To clean spray system after use, drain and flush with a water and detergent mixture. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. Refer to the Storage and Disposal section for disposal instructions.
NOTE: Staining may occur on certain surfaces such as stucco, brick, cinder block, and wood. Spray deposits on painted or stained surfaces or finishes (i.e., cars, houses, trailers, boats, etc.) should be immediately removed by washing to prevent discoloration. Avoid applications to surfaces where visible spray residues are objectionable. For outdoor use only.
RESISTANT SPECIES NOTICE
All references to armyworm on the crops listed refer to the species, Pseudaletia unipuncta, often called the \"true armyworm\". Except where indicated otherwise, this product is not registered for other armyworm species. Regional differences have been noted in the susceptibility of certain strains of fall armyworm, diamondback moth, Colorado potato beetle and Southern green stink bug to carbaryl. If local experience indicates inadequate product performance, use an alternative pesticide.
On all crops use sufficient gallonage to obtain thorough and uniform coverage. Observe crop label instructions for specific directions regarding spray volume where they occur. Calibrate spray equipment to deliver the required volume. The flow rate of this product diluted 1:1 with water is similar to water. Use of 50 mesh slotted strainers in spray system and 25 mesh slotted strainers behind nozzles is recommended.
Apply in sufficient volume for adequate coverage on all crops and sites.
For adequate distribution, use at least 10 gallons of spray mixture per acre for application for tree and orchard crops or at least 2 gallons of spray mixture per acre for application to other crops.
EXCEPTION: For the use on rangeland as a pest management approach for grasshoppers under the Reduced Area and Agent Treatments (RAATs) program only, use at least 16 ounces of finished spray mixture per acre for aerial application.
NOTE: When treatment with CARBARYL 4L insecticide has been completed, further field irrigation over the treated area should be avoided for 24 to 48 hours to prevent washing the chemical off the crop.
APPLICATION TIMING AND DIRECTIONS
Begin application when insect populations reach recognized economic threshold levels. Consult the Cooperative Extension Service, Consultants, or other qualified authorities to determine appropriate threshold levels and timing for treatment in your area. Where a dosage range is indicated, use the lower rate on light to moderate infestations, young plants and early instars and use the higher rate on heavy infestations, mature plants, advanced instars and adults. Thorough and uniform spray coverage is essential for effective product performance.
FIELD CORN AND POP CORN
OBSERVE BEE CAUTION.
Repeat applications as needed up to a total of 4 times per year but not more often than once every 14 days.
Good timing and good coverage are essential for effective product performance.
For best results on European corn borer, do not apply in less than 3 gallons of water per acre by air and 15 gallons of water by ground.
- Do not apply within 48 days of harvest of grain and fodder or within 14 days of harvest or grazing of forage or silage.
- Do not apply more than a total of 8 quarts per acre per crop per year.
- Hand harvesting is prohibited.
- BEE CAUTION: For corn: If application cannot be avoided when target crop or weeds are in bloom, limiting applications to times when bees are least active, e.g. within 2 hours of sunrise or sunset, will minimize risk to bees. Notifying beekeepers within 1 mile of treatment area at least 48 hours before product is applied will allow them to take additional steps to protect their bees.