COTTON - BEET ARMYWORM, CARMINE SPIDER MITE, ETC.

General Information

RESISTANCE

Repeated use of certain insecticides may create resistance in some target pests, resulting in a decrease of control. Bifenthrin 2EC AG should be used in accordance with treatment area-appropriate strategies for resistance management. For further information regarding resistance management strategies for your treatment area, consult local or state pest management authorities.

If you are unable to attain adequate control of a target pest and this loss of control cannot be explained by misapplication or weather extremes, it is possible that resistance has developed within the target population. If this appears to have occurred, promptly seek advice from your pest management advisor or company representation regarding alternative control techniques.

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

The timing of application, infestation levels and field scouting will impact what application rate should be used:

For Light – Moderate Pest Pressure: use lower rates.

For Mite Control, Heavy Pest Pressure or applications in arid climates: use higher rates.

To prevent unwanted exposure to bodies of water, maintain a 10 foot-wide non-cultivated vegetative strip filter.

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.

Limitations, Restrictions, and Exceptions

COTTON

You may apply BIFENTHRIN 2EC AG in water or refined vegetable oil (soybean/cottonseed).

To Apply in Water:

If using ground equipment, you must apply this product in no less than 5 gallons per acre. If applying by air, use no less than 1 gallon per acre. When applying product by air, you may substitute 1 quart of emulsified oil for 1quart of water in the finished spray.

ULV Application: In order to provide adequate coverage, you must apply the appropriate rate of BIFENTHRIN 2EC AG via properly calibrated aerial equipment in refined vegetable oil in no less than 1 quart of finished spray per acre.

To Control Mites and Aphids: For maximum effectiveness, this product should be applied at pest emergence. Continue treatment as necessary to maintain control. You should apply higher rates of product if a damaging threshold occurs.

During one growing season, a maximum of ten applications to a cotton crop using synthetic pyrethroid applications may be made, whether of one product or a combination of products.

To Control Boll Weevil: You should apply BIFENTHRIN 2EC AG every 3 to 4 days until adequate control is reached.

Example synthetic pyrethroid products: Ambush, Ammo, Asana XL, Baythroid, Capture, Danitol, Karate, Mustang, and Scout X-TRA.

Do not graze livestock in areas of application. Do not use treated crops for feed.

Pre-Harvest Interval

14 days

Restricted Entry Interval

12 hours

Timings