Novodor FC

N/A
N/A
73049-48
40°F
To
90°F

LABEL

Label -

SDS

MSDS/SDS -

WP/S&T

Applicators and other handlers must wear: Long-sleeved shirt and long pants Chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate or butyl rubber or nitrile rubber or neoprene rubber or polyvinyl chloride or viton Shoes plus socks Mixers/loaders and applicators must wear a dust/mist filtering respirator meeting NIOSH standards of at least N-95, R-95 or P-95. Repeated exposure to high concentrations of microbial proteins can cause allergic sensitization. When handlers used closed systems, enclosed cabs, or aircraft in a manner that meets the requirements listed in the Worker Protection Standard (WPS) for agricultural pesticides [40 CFR 170-240 (d)(4-6), the handler PPE requirements may be reduced or modified as specified in the WPS.

Coveralls Chemical-resistant gloves such as barrier laminate or butyl rubber or nitrile rubber or neoprene rubber or polyvinyl chloride or viton Shoes plus socks

4 hours.

Store in a cool place. Storage at temperatures between 40F and 50F is recommended for maximum product stability. Storage at temperatures above 90F for an extended period of time should be avoided. Keep containers tightly closed when not in use.

Sara Title III

Hazardous Ingredient Cas # Percent EHS TPQ TRQ of Ingredient
[Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis] 68038-71-1 10.0 NOL
[Inert ingredients] Trade Secret 90.0
[Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. tenebrionis]
Cas # 68038-71-1
Percent 10.0
EHS TPQ NOL
TRQ of Ingredient
[Inert ingredients]
Cas # Trade Secret
Percent 90.0
EHS TPQ
TRQ of Ingredient

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Restricted
Not Restricted
State Updated Restriction Status
North Carolina 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
New Jersey 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Nevada 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
New York 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Ohio 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Oregon 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Pennsylvania 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Rhode Island 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
South Carolina 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
South Dakota 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Virginia 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Vermont 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Washington 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Wisconsin 07/13/2018 Not Restricted
Alaska 07/13/2018 Restricted
Alabama 07/13/2018 Restricted
Arkansas 07/13/2018 Restricted
Arizona 07/13/2018 Restricted
California 07/13/2018 Restricted
Colorado 07/13/2018 Restricted
Connecticut 07/13/2018 Restricted
Delaware 07/13/2018 Restricted
Florida 07/13/2018 Restricted
Georgia 07/13/2018 Restricted
Hawaii 07/13/2018 Restricted
Iowa 07/13/2018 Restricted
Idaho 07/13/2018 Restricted
Illinois 07/13/2018 Restricted
Indiana 07/13/2018 Restricted
Kansas 07/13/2018 Restricted
Kentucky 07/13/2018 Restricted
Louisiana 07/13/2018 Restricted
Massachusetts 07/13/2018 Restricted
Maryland 07/13/2018 Restricted
Maine 07/13/2018 Restricted
Michigan 07/13/2018 Restricted
Minnesota 07/13/2018 Restricted
Missouri 07/13/2018 Restricted
Mississippi 07/13/2018 Restricted
Montana 07/13/2018 Restricted
North Dakota 07/13/2018 Restricted
Nebraska 07/13/2018 Restricted
New Hampshire 07/13/2018 Restricted
New Mexico 07/13/2018 Restricted
Oklahoma 07/13/2018 Restricted
Tennessee 07/13/2018 Restricted
Texas 07/13/2018 Restricted
Utah 07/13/2018 Restricted
West Virginia 07/13/2018 Restricted
Wyoming 07/13/2018 Restricted

PRODUCT APPLICATION

POTATOES, TOMATOES, AND EGGPLANT

  • Colorado Potato Beetle
    • 1 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 2 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 3 To 4 Quarts / Acre

SHADE TREES AND ORNAMENTALS

  • Elm Leaf Beetle
    • 1 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 2 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 3 To 4 Quarts / Acre

COTTONWOODS GROWN AS SHADE TREES ALONG RIVERS, STREAMS AND IN RIPARIAN AREAS

  • Leaf Beetles - Washington
    • 1 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 2 To 3 Quarts / Acre
    • 0 To 3 Quarts / Acre