Besiege

Group 3A Insecticide, Group 28 Insect
100-1402
N/A

LABEL

Label - English

SDS

MSDS/SDS - English

SUPPLEMENTAL LABELS

  • Control of boll weevil on volunteer cotton in sugarcane (TX)
  • Suppression of Oriental sugarcane thrips (Fulmekiola serrata) on Sugarcane (FL, LA)
  • Control of Bermudagrass Stem Maggot (Atherigona reversura) in Grass, Forage, Fodder, and Hay (various states)
  • Control of Bermudagrass Stem Maggot (Atherigona reversura) in Grass, Forage, Fodder, and Hay (TX)
  • Addition of Brown Marmorated Stink Bug as Pest Controlled to Pome Fruit (ID, WA)
  • For Control of Tomato Bug in Tomato (FL)
  • Control of Fall Armyworm, Yellowstriped Armyworm, Beet Armyworm, Southern Armyworm in Sugarcane (FL)

WP/S&T

Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, Chemical-resistant gloves made of barrier laminate; butyl rubber ≥14 mils; nitrile rubber ≥14 mils; neoprene rubber ≥14 mils; polyvinyl chloride (PVC) ≥14 mils; or Viton ≥14 mils Shoes plus socks

Coveralls Chemical-resistant gloves made of barrier laminate; butyl rubber ≥14 mils; nitrile rubber ≥14 mils; neoprene rubber ≥14 mils; polyvinyl chloride (PVC) ≥14 mils; or Viton ≥14 mils Shoes plus socks

24 hours

Store in original containers only. Keep container closed when not in use. Do not store near food or feed. DO NOT ALLOW PRODUCT TO FREEZE.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
Crystalline silica, quartz and cristobalite 14808-60-7 Trade secret NOL STD
Propylene glycol 57-55-6 Trade secret NOL STD
[Attapulgite clay] 12174-11-7 Trade secret NOL
[Other ingredients:] Trade secret 86.11
[Lambda-cyhalothrin] 91465-08-6 4.63 NOL
[Chlorantraniliprole] 500008-45-7 9.26 NOL
Crystalline silica, quartz and cristobalite
Cas # 14808-60-7
Percent Trade secret
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
Propylene glycol
Cas # 57-55-6
Percent Trade secret
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient STD
[Attapulgite clay]
Cas # 12174-11-7
Percent Trade secret
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient
[Other ingredients:]
Cas # Trade secret
Percent 86.11
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient
[Lambda-cyhalothrin]
Cas # 91465-08-6
Percent 4.63
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient
[Chlorantraniliprole]
Cas # 500008-45-7
Percent 9.26
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
Alabama 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Arkansas 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Colorado 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Connecticut 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Florida 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Georgia 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Iowa 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Illinois 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Indiana 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Kansas 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Louisiana 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Missouri 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Mississippi 12/05/18 Not Restricted
North Carolina 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Nebraska 12/05/18 Not Restricted
New Mexico 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Oklahoma 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Oregon 12/05/18 Not Restricted
South Carolina 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Tennessee 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Texas 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Virginia 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Wyoming 12/05/18 Not Restricted
California 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Delaware 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Hawaii 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Idaho 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Kentucky 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Massachusetts 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Maryland 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Maine 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Michigan 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Minnesota 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Montana 12/05/18 Not Restricted
North Dakota 12/05/18 Not Restricted
New Jersey 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Nevada 12/05/18 Not Restricted
New York 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Ohio 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 12/05/18 Not Restricted
South Dakota 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Utah 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Vermont 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Washington 12/05/18 Not Restricted
West Virginia 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Alaska 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Arizona 12/05/18 Not Restricted
New Hampshire 12/05/18 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 12/05/18 Not Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

COTTON

  • Banded Whitefly, Etc.
    • 6.5 To 12.5
  • Cutworm, Thrips (Soybeans And Tobacco)
    • 5 To 6
  • Looper (Cabbage And Soybean)
    • 10 To 12.5

GRASS FORAGE, FODDER AND HAY

  • Beet Armyworm, Billbug, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Army Cutworm, Etc.
    • 5 To 8

CORN

  • Earworm Corn, Etc.
    • 5 To 10
  • Armyworm, Bean Leaf Beetle, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 10

SWEET CORN

  • Aphid, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Corn Silkfly
    • 10
  • Aphid, Armyworm, Etc. - Supplemental
    • 6 To 9
  • Corn Silky (Adult) - Supplemental
    • 9

CANOLA

  • Armyworm, Cabbage Seedpod Weevil, Etc.
    • 5 To 10
  • Cabbage Aphid
    • 10

SOYBEANS

  • Bean Leaf Beetle, Cabbage Looper, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Armyworm, Blister Beetle, Etc.
    • 8 To 10
  • Beet Armyworms, Lesser Cornstalk Borer, Etc.
    • 10

SUNFLOWER

  • Cutworm, Sunflower Beetle
    • 5 To 8
  • Banded Sunflower, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Beet Armyworm, Spider Mite
    • 10

TUBEROUS AND CORM VEGETABLES

  • Cutworm, Leafhoppers, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Aphid, Armyworms, Etc.
    • 6 To 9
  • Leafminers, Whiteflies
    • 9

CEREAL GRAINS

  • Armyworm, Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Grass Sawfly
    • 8 To 10
  • Chinch Bug, Corn Leaf Aphid, Etc.
    • 10
  • Army Cutworm And Cutworm
    • 5 To 8
  • Army Cutworm And Cutworm
    • 5 To 8

CEREAL GRAINS (GRAIN SORGHUM)

  • Cutworm And Sorghum Midge
    • 5 To 6
  • Armyworm, Bird Cherry-Oat Aphid, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Chinch Bug, Mexican Rice Borer, Etc.
    • 10

PEANUTS

  • Cutworm Species, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Bean Leaf Beetle, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Aphid Species Etc.
    • 10

ALFALFA AND ALFALFA GROWN FOR SEED (FORAGE)

  • Caterpillar Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 9 To 10

ALFALFA AND ALFALFA GROWN FOR SEED (FORAGE)

  • Seed Chalcid Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 6 To 10

ALFALFA AND ALFALFA GROWN FOR SEED (HAY)

  • Caterpillar Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 9 To 10

ALFALFA AND ALFALFA GROWN FOR SEED (HAY)

  • Seed Chalcid Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 6 To 10

LEGUME VEGETABLES (PEAS AND BEANS)

  • Edible Podded And Succulent Shelled - Cutworm, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Edible Podded And Succulent Shelled - Caterpillar Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Edible Podded And Succulent Shelled - Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 10
  • Dried Shelled - Cutworm, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Dried Shelled - Caterpillar Alfalfa, Etc.
    • 6 To 10
  • Dried Shelled - Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 10
  • Caterpillar, Aphid, Etc. - Supplemental
    • 6 To 9
  • Beet Armyworm, Leafminer, Etc. - Supplemental
    • 9
  • Cutworm, Green Cloverworm - Supplemental
    • 5 To 8

GRASS, FORAGE, FODDER, AND HAY

  • Stem Maggot - Al, Ar, Fl, Ga, La, Ms, Nc, Ok,.sc, Tn
    • 8 To 9 Oz / Acre

ALFALFA AND ALFALFA GROWN FOR SEED

  • Seed Chalcid Alfalfa, Weevil, Etc. - Supplemental
    • 6 To 9
  • Beet Armyworm, Blotch Leafminer, Spider Mites - Supplemental
    • 9
  • Caterpillar, Army Cutworm, Etc. - Supplemental
    • 5 To 8

SUGARCANE

FRUITING VEGETABLES

  • Aphids, Armyworm, Etc.
    • 6 To 9
  • Cabbage Looper, Cutworms And Hornworms
    • 5 To 8

TREE NUTS

  • Pecans
    • 6 To 12.5 Fluid_Ounces / Acre
  • Almond, Beech Nut, Etc.
    • 6 To 12.5 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

POME FRUITS

  • Pome Fruits
    • 6 To 12.0 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

STONE FRUITS

  • Stone Fruits
    • 6 To 12 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

CUCURBIT VEGETABLES

  • Aphids, Whiteflies
    • 9
  • Armyworms, Blister Beetle, Etc.
    • 6 To 9

TOBACCO

BRASSICA (COLE) VEGETABLES

  • Head And Stem Brassica - Aphids, Armyworm, Etc.
    • 6 To 9
  • Head And Stem Brassica - Alfalfa Looper, Cabbage Looper, Etc.
    • 5 To 8

LETTUCE: HEAD AND LEAF

  • Alfalfa Looper, Beet Armyworm, Etc.
    • 5 To 8
  • Aphids, Etc.
    • 6 To 9

SUPPRESSION OF ORIENTAL SUGARCANE THRIPS (FULMEKIOLA SERRATA) ON SUGARCANE

  • Florida And Louisiana
    • 10 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

POME FRUIT

  • Brown Marmorated Stink Bug
    • 10 To 12 Fluid_Ounces / Acre

FOR CONTROL OF TOMATO BUG IN TOMATO

  • Florida
    • 6 To 9 Oz / Acre

CONTROL OF FALL ARMYWORM, YELLOWSTRIPED ARMYWORM, BEET ARMYWORM, SOUTHERN ARMYWORM IN SUGARCANE

  • Florida
    • 8 To 10 Fluid_Ounces / Acre