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SnapshotID: 60363

Active ingredients

Captan

Classification

M4

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

multi-site contact activity

Classification

M4

Fungicide

WSSA mode of action

multi-site contact activity

Registration

EPA:85678-14

Pests

AnthracnoseBerry RotBitter RotBlack Frogeye RotBlightLeaf BlightTwig BlightBlossom End RotSooty BlotchBotrytis DiseasesBull's Eye RotCane SpotFlyspeckLeaf SpotDowny MildewGray MoldMummyberryBlack PoxBlack RotRot/Black RotRot, BotrytisBrown RotBunch RotFruit RotBrown Rot, FruitScabLeaf SpotShotholeShotholeBrooks Fruit RotScab, PrimaryScab, SecondaryBrown Rot Blossom BlightSpur BlightBlossom BlightScab, Lacy RussetCrown GallPeach Blight

Sites

AlmondAppleApricotBlueberry (All Types)CherryDewberryGrapeNectarinePeachPlumRaspberryStrawberryPrune (fresh, dry)
Restrictions

Available for use in the following states

Available

Not available

Danger
Product safety

Protections

Early entry
Coveralls, Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material, Shoes plus socks, Protective eyewear
Personal Protection
All mixers, loaders, applicators, flaggers, and other handlers (including handlers participating in seeding and transplanting as part of root dip treatments) must wear:  Long sleeved shirt and long pants  Shoes plus socks  Protective eyewear  Chemical-resistant gloves made of any waterproof material (except applicators driving motorized equipment) such as barrier laminate, butyl rubber, natural rubber, neoprene rubber, or nitrile rubber ≥ 14 mils.  Chemical resistant apron when participating in dip treatments  In addition, a NIOSH-approved respirator with any N, R, P, or HE filter must be worn by all handlers except (1) applicators driving motorized equipment, and (2) mixers/loaders/ applicators participating in backpack, low-pressure hand-wand/handgun, and dip treatments, and (3) mixers loaders participating in aerial applications. Mixers/loaders participating in aerial application operations must wear an airpurifying NIOSH-approved respirator with any N100, R100, or P100 filter.
Restricted Entry Interval
24 hours for strawberries, almonds, apples, apricots, cherries, nectarines, plums/fresh prunes, and peaches. 48 hours for soil treatments and root dips: For soil and greenhouse bench treatments and root dips, once the treatment and any seeding or transplanting tasks done as part of the treatment are complete, the 48- hour REI begins. Exception: Once the seeds or transplants are planted in the soil, the WPS allows workers to enter the treated area without restriction if there will be no contact with the soil subsurface. 72 hours for blueberries, grapes, raspberries, blackberries, and dewberries.

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

Should not be frozen