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Sevin SL

PROKoZ
SnapshotID: 50763

Active ingredients

Carbaryl

Classification

1A

Insecticide

WSSA mode of action

Acetylcholine esterase inhibitors

Registration

EPA:432-1227-72112

Pests

Ant, Imported FireAphid, BlackmarginedArmywormBeeBeetle, BlisterBeetle, Cucumber/Corn RootwormBeetle, DarklingBeetle, Ips EngraverBeetle, LitterBeetle, Willow LeafWeevil, ApopkaBug, BlackgrassWeevil, ChestnutMoth, Ello/Hornworm, PoinsettiaLooper, Striped GrassLeafminer, TentiformWhite GrubPandemis, AppleLeafroller, AvocadoTick, BearCutworm, CitrusMoth, Cypress TipSkipper, Essex/EuropeanLeafroller, FilbertFilbertwormMite, Fuchsia GallNeedleminer, Jeffrey PineWebworm, LesserMoth, LucerneSkeletonizer, OakLeafminer, OakCaterpillar, OleanderLooper, PineScale, FrostedLeafroller, VariegatedWeevil, Yellow PoplarMaggot, AppleMealybug, AppleMite, Apple RustLeafhopper, AsterLeafminer, BirchScale, Brown SoftFruit Fly, Cherry/Cherry MaggotWeevil, Citrus RootMite, Citrus RustScale, Citrus SnowBeetle, Colorado PotatoEarworm, CornCutwormMoth, DiamondbackAdelgid, Eastern Spruce GallSawfly, European AppleMoth, European Pine ShootArmyworm, FallWebworm, FallBug, HarlequinShuckworm, HickoryMoth, Holly BudCabbageworm, ImportedBeetle, JapaneseLace BugAppleworm, LesserMealworm, LesserMealybugCricket, MormonMoth, Nantucket Pine TipMoth, Oriental FruitPlant Bug /Leaf BugMite, Pear RustMite, Pearleaf BlisterCrane Fly, RangeChafer, RoseAphid, Rosy AppleSawflyScaleSowbug/PillbugSpiderSpringtailStink BugPlant Bug, TarnishedThripsFruitworm, TomatoLeafhopper, White AppleFireworm, YellowheadedFirebratAphid, Woolly AppleAphid, AppleLeafminer, AzaleaBagwormAphid, Balsam TwigAphid, Black CherryTick, BlackleggedAtaenius, Black TurfgrassBillbug, BluegrassBug, BoxelderLeafminer, BoxwoodTick, Brown DogMoth, BrowntailScale, CalicoScale, California RedSphinx, CatalpaCentipedeFruitworm, CherryChiggerChinch BugCockroachMoth, CodlingAdelgid, Cooley Spruce GallCricketMoth, Douglas-fir TussockEarwigCaterpillar, Eastern TentAphid, Elm LeafBeetle, Elm LeafChafer, EuropeanCorn Borer, EuropeanCrane Fly, EuropeanEarwig, European/CommonMoth, Eyespotted BudSkipper, FieryFlea BeetleFleaScale, ForbesLeafroller, FruittreeBeetle, Fuller RoseMidge, GallWasp, GallGrasshopperFruitworm, GreenMapleworm, GreenstripedMoth, GypsyNipplegall Maker, HackberryLeafminer, HollyBudworm, Jack PineBeetle, May/JuneLeafrollerScale, LecaniumBorer, Lesser PeachtreeBorer, LocustTick, Lone StarLeafcutter, MapleAphid, Mealy PlumMillipedeWebworm, MimosaMosquitoBeetle, Mountain PineOrangeworm, NavelOakworm/Oakworm ComplexTortrix, OrangeOakworm, OrangestripedScale, OystershellWeevil, PecanBorer, Peach TwigPsylla, PearSawfly, PearPhylloxera, Pecan LeafCasebearer, Pecan NutSpittlebug, PecanCicada, PeriodicalSawfly, PineSpittlebug, PineMoth, Pitch Pine TipCurculio, PlumLeafhopper, PrunePsyllidCaterpillar, PussCaterpillar, RangeLeafroller, RedbandedOakworm, RedhumpedAphid, RoseRoseslugBeetle, Roundheaded PineSaddled ProminentScale, San JoseScale, CrawlersScale, BlackScale, OliveScorpionSilverfishSpittlebugBeetle, SpruceNeedleminer, SpruceBudworm, Spruce/Eastern SpruceMoth, Subtropical Pine TipCaterpillar, TentTickHornworm, TomatoPinworm, TomatoMoth, TussockGirdler, TwigCaterpillar, WalnutWebwormBeetle, Western PineMoth, Western TussockBudworm, Western SpruceScale, YellowArmyworm, YellowstripedBorer, Olive AshOrangedog, CaliforniaMite, EriophyidWeevil, Annual BluegrassBug, LygusBeetle, Elm BarkWhitefly, AshMoth, OakAphid, Woolly GallPhylloxera, Pecan StemSharpshooter, Glassy WingedWaspAntLeafhopperBeetle, Green June, LarvaeWebworm, SodBorer, Emerald AshTick, DeerBug, ThornPearslug, CaliforniaCaterpillar, Spiney elmLeaf Notcher, LittleLecanium, European FruitBeetle, ScarabBeetle, Chafer

Sites

AlmondAppleApple, ThinningApricotHedgerowsCabbage, Chinese, Bok ChoyBroccoliBroccoli RaabBroccoli, Chinese/White Flowering/Gai LonBrussels SproutsCabbageCardoonCauliflowerCeleryCeltuceCherryCherry, Sweet/MazzardCherry, Sour/TartChestnutFruit, CitrusCollardsConservation Reserve ProgramCrabappleDandelion, GreensEggplantEndive/ChicoryEscaroleFennel, FlorenceFilbertFruit, TreeFruit, StoneGrass, For SeedMustard GreensKaleKohlrabiPastureLettuce, HeadLettuce, LeafLoquatCabbage, Chinese Mustard (Gai Choy)NectarineOliveParsleyPeachPearPecanPepper, SweetPepper, ChiliPimentoPistachioPlumPlum, DamsonPruneRangelandRape GreensRhubarbSpinachSwiss ChardTomatilloTomatoTurnip GreensVegetables, FruitingWalnutPepinoPlum, ChickasawPear, OrientalCavalo BroccoliMizunaMustard SpinachCelery, ChinesePlumcotCabbage, Chinese, NapaSet-aside ProgramWastelandNut/Tree NutVegetables, Leafy, BrassicaPlum, JapanesePepper (All Types)Pepper, Bell/GreenPepper, CookingAnise, sweetFennel, sweetPrune (fresh, dry)FinocchioTreesGroundcherryNon-cropland, IdleRapiniFlower BedsFlowering PlantsHerbaceous PlantsOrnamental PlantsRoseShrubs, OrnamentalTrees, OrnamentalAthletic FieldsCemeteriesGolf CourseLawns/Turf, RecreationalLawns /TurfLawns/Turf, Commercial/Public AreasParksSod FarmsDitchbanksCampsitesShelter BeltsChristmas Trees, Plantation and NurseryForest LandParkRangeland treesNon-urbanWoody PlantsRights-of-wayRoadside
Caution
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls over short-sleeve shirt and short-pants, chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, and chemical-resistant headgear if overhead exposure.
Personal Protection
Handlers applying with open cab airblast equipment at application rates equal to or greater than 5 quarts of product per acre must wear: Coveralls over long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves, Chemical-resistant footwear plus socks, Chemical-resistant headgear, and NIOSH-approved dust/mist filtering respirator with NIOSH/MSHA approval number prefix TC-21C or NIOSH- approved respirator with any N, R, P or HE filter All other mixers, loaders, applicators, and handlers must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Shoes plus socks, Chemical-resistant gloves, and Chemical-resistant apron, when mixing, loading, or cleaning up spills or equipment In addition, mixers and loaders supporting aerial or chemigation applications must wear: A NIOSH-approved dust/mist filtering respirator with NIOSH/MSHA approval number prefix TC-21C or a NIOSH-approved respirator with any N, R, P or HE filter.
Restricted Entry Interval
12 hours

Precautions

May be exposed to direct sunlight

Is not vulnerable to flame or sparks

Should not be stored in a damp place

Should not be stored in a warm place

May be frozen