EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

0,0-DIETHYL 0-(3-CHLORO-4-METHYL-2-OXO-2H-l-BENZOPYRAN-7-YL)PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, S, oil solution, WP,  D,  Pr.

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          actual

LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY

(Dairy Livestock)

Do not spray or dust animals in a confined, unventilated area.  Some
formulations, including those for cattle grub control and those to be
applied as thoroughly-wetting sprays and dips, are accompanied by the
following cautions:

      Do not apply to sick,  convalescent, or stressed animals or
       animals less than three months old.
      Do not dip or spray animals for 10 days before or after ship-
       ping or weaning, or after exposure to contagious or infect-
       ious diseases.
      Do not apply in conjunction with oral drenches of other in-
       ternal medications, such as phenothiazine,  or with natural
       or synthetic pyrethroids or their synergists,  or with other
       organic phosphates.

Cattle, dairy                               0.5 ppm (tnilk-fat).
 (lactating)                                1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
                                            meat by-products).
                                            No interval required between
                                            treatment and use of milk or meat.

  Pace fly                1.0 lb./13 gal.   Backrubber.  Use No.2 fuel oil.
                          oil(EC)           Saturate the fiber portion.  Place
                                            backrubber where animals congre-
                                            gate or travel regularly.  For
                                            most effective control, place
                                            backrubber so as to allow animal
                                            to rub its face, but prevent
                                            straddling.  Resaturate or refill
                                            backrubber as needed.

                          1.0% or 5.0%(D)   Dust bag.  Claims are limited to
                                            aiding in control of face fly
                                            populations.  Hang bag so that
                                            bottom is 18-24 inches from the
                                            ground.  Bags must be located for
                                            daily forced-use.  For best re-
                                            sults, use on an area-wide basis.
*coumaphos; Co-Ral                          Do not hang bags over feed, min-
                                            eral,  or water.
Issued:  2-15-73            III-D-26.1

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       Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                                 actual
       Cattle, dairy
        (lactating) (continued)

         Horn fly
                          1.0 lb./13 gal.
                          oil(EC)
                                 1.0%(oil
                                 solution)
                                 1.0%(D)
Backrubber.  Use No.2 fuel oil.
Saturate fiber portion.  Place
backrubber where animals congre-
gate or travel regularly.  Sus-
pend at a height that will pre-
vent straddling.  Resaturate or
refill backrubber as needed.

Spray application.  Apply undi-
luted as & fine mist by hand
powered spray gun or low pres-
sure power sprayer.  Do not
attempt to obtain penetration
of the spray to the skin.
Direct spray to the back, flanks,
neck, withers, and lower front legs,
but avoid the udder area.  Apply
after either the morning or the
evening milking.  Apply 1-2 fluid
ounces per animal daily for up to
3 consecutive days for initial fly
control and repeat thereafter at
5- to 7-day intervals.  Repeat
application also after exposure
of animals to heavy rainfall.

Dust application.  Apply 2.0
ounces of dust per animal by
shaker can over the head, neck,
shoulders, back and tailhead.
Repeat as needed.
**
Issued:  2-15-73
                                   III-D-26.2

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, dairy
 (lactating)  (continued)

  Horn fly (continued)    1.0% or 5.0%(D)
  Lice
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

1.0%(D)
                          1.0% or 5.0%(D)
Dust bag.  Suspend bags in areas
frequented by cattle, such as in
loafing sheds, in front of miner-
al shelters, across gateways or
lanes through which animals pass
daily for feed, mineral, or water,
or across the exit of the milking
barn.  Hang bags so that the
bottom is 4-6 inches below top-
line of cattle.  Do not hang bags
over feed, mineral, or water.

Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.

Dust application.  Apply 2.0 ounces
of dust per animal by shaker can
over the head, neck, shoulders,
back, and tailhead.  Repeat as
needed.

Dust bag.  Suspend bags in areas
frequented by cattle, such as in
loafing sheds, in front of miner-
al shelters, across gateways or
lanes through which animals pass
daily for feed, mineral, or water,
or across the exit of the milking
barn.  Hang bags so that the
bottom is 4-6 inches below top-
line of cattle.  Do not hang bags
over feed, mineral or water.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.3

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, dairy
 (lactating) (continued)

  Screwworms
5.0%(D)
  Ticks, ear
5.0%(D)
Cattle, dairy
 (non-lactating)
  Cattle grubs
Spot treatment.  Use puff duster
to apply a light, even coat of
dust to infested wounds.  Imme-
diately treat new wounds from
docking, dehorning, etc. to
avoid infestations.  Repeat as
needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on the
adjacent areas of head.  Repeat
as needed.

0.5 ppm (milk-fat).
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat and
meat by-products).
Do not treat animals within 14
days of freshening.  If freshen-
ing occurs within 14 days of
treatment, do not use milk for
human consumption for the balance
of the 14 days.
      Refer to uses and limitations under Cattle, beef.
  Horn fly
0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
water(EC,WP)
Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.
                          0.5 Ib./lOO gal.  Dip application.  Agitate dip
                          water(WP)
                  fluid thoroughly before each use.
                  Water animals well before treat-
                  ment to prevent drinking of vat
                  fluid.  Repeat as needed.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.4

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        Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                                  actual
        Cattle,  dairy
         (non-lactating)  (continued)
          Lice
**
Scab mite
          Screwworms
          Ticks
                        0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
                        water(EC,WP)

                        0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
                        water(WP)
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                        2.0 Ib./lOO gal.
                        water(EC,WP)
                        1.0 Ib./lOO gal.
                        water(EC,WP)

                        1.0 Ib./lOO gal.
                        water(WP)
Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Submerge each animal to assure
complete coverage and thorough
wetting of the skin.  Two appli-
cations 10 to 14 days apart are
necessary for control.

Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Also treat all
accessible portions of wounds.
Repeat as needed.

Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.
        Issued:   4-6-73
                          III-D-26.5
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Goats, dairy
(lactating)
  Screwworms
5.0%(D)
  Ticks, ear
5.0Z(D)
Goats, dairy
(non-lactating)

(Refer also to lactating dairy goats)
  Horn fly
  Lice
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
0.5 ppm (milk fat).
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat,
and meat by-products).
No interval required between
treatment and use of milk or
meat.

Spot treatment.  Use puff
duster to apply a light even
coat of dust to infested
wounds.  Immediately treat new
wounds from docking, dehorning,
etc. to avoid infestations.
Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on
the adjacent areas of the head.
Repeat as needed.

0,5 ppm (milk fat).
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat,
and meat by-products).
Do not treat animals within 14
days of freshening.
If freshening occurs within 14
days of treatment, do not use
milk for human consumption.
Do not treat lactating dairy
goats.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each
use.  Water animals well before
treatment to prevent drinking
of vat fluid.  Repeat as needed.
Issued:   4-6-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Goats, dairy
(non-lactating) (continued)

  Screwworms              2.0 Ib./lOO       Spray application.  Completely
                          gal. water(WP)    wet the animal.  Thoroughly
                                            treat all wounds.   Repeat as
                                            needed.

                                            Dip application.  Agitate dip
                                            fluid thoroughly before each
                                            use.  Water animals well before
                                            treatment to prevent drinking
                                            of vat fluid.  Repeat as needed.

  Sheep ked               1.0 Ib./lOO       Spray application.  Completely
  Ticks                   gal. water(WP)    wet the animal.  Thoroughly
  Wool maggots                              treat all wounds.   Repeat as
   (fleeceworms)                            needed.

                                            Dip application.  Agitate dip
                                            fluid thoroughly before each
                                            use.  Water animals well before
                                            treatment to prevent drinking
                                            of vat fluid.  Repeat as needed.
Issued:  4-6-73             III-D-26.5.2

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Livestock Intended for Slaughter)

Do not spray or dust animals in a confined, nonventilated area.  Some
formulations, including those for cattle grub control and those to be
applied as thoroughly-wetting sprays and dips, are accompanied by the
following cautions:

      Do not apply to sick, convelascent,  or stressed animals or
       animals less than three months old.
      Do not dip or spray animals for 10 days before or after ship-
       ping or weaning, or after exposure to contagious or infect-
       ious diseases.
      Do not apply in conjunction with oral drenches, or with in-
       ternal medications, such as phenothiazine, or with natural
       or synthetic pyrethroids or their synergists, or with other
       organic phosphates.

Cattle, beef                                1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
                                            meat by-products).
                                            No preslaughter interval for EC,
                                            S,D.
                                            14 day preslaughter interval for
                                            Pr. formulated with dimethyl=
                                            (2,2,2-trichloro-l-hydroxyethyl)=
                                            phosphonate.

  Cattle grubs

Proper timing is important.  Cattle should be treated as soon as possible
after fly activity ceases.  Reactions such as bloat, salivation, staggering
and paralysis may occur when cattle are treated while the common cattle
grub is in the gullet, or while the northern cattle grub is near the
spinal cord.  Cattle should be treated either before or after these stages
of development.  Consult your veterinarian or Cooperative Agricultural
Extension Service regarding timing of treatment.

If exact stage of development of grubs is unknown,  cattle should receive
only a maintenance ration of low energy feed during treatment period to
lessen likelihood of severe bloat if grubs are in the gullet.
For most effective reduction of carcass damage and trim loss to cattle
to be slaughtered, treatment should be made at least 6 weeks before the
expected appearance of the grubs in the back.
Issued:  2-15-73            III-D-26.6

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, beef
 (continued)

  Cattle grubs
   (continued)
3.0 Ib./lOO gal.
water(EC),
3.0-4.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                          2.0-3.0 Ib./lOO
                          gal. water(EC),
                          2.0 Ib./lOO gal,
                          water(WP)
                          2.0 Ib./lOO
                          gal. water(WP)
                          0.5 fl. oz. 4%
                          solution/100 Ib.
                          body weight(S)
Single spray application.  Apply
as a spray at high pressure (250-
350 psi) to wet the skin.  Oper-
ate box-type spray chutes at max-
imum pressure.  Use the higher
WP rate in northern areas or for
late fall applications where an-
imals have long hair coats.

Double spray application.  Apply
as a spray at high pressure (250-
350 psi) to wet the skin.  Oper-
ate box-type spray chutes at max-
imum pressure.  Apply twice per
season, not more than three
months apart.  Second application
should be soon after fly activity
has ceased.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.

Pour-on application.  Pour cor-
rect amount of solution uniformly
along back of animal.
Issued:   2-15-73
  III-D-26.7

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, beef (continued)

  Face fly
  Horn fly
1.0 lb./13 gal.
oil(EC)
                          1.0% or 5.0%(D)
0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
water(EC,WP)

0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
water(WP)
                          1.0 lb./13 gal.
                          oil(EC)
Backrubber.  Use No. 2 fuel oil.
Saturate the fiber portion.  Place
backrubber where animals congre-
gate or travel regularly.  For
most effective control, backrubber
should be placed so as to allow
animal to rub its face.  Resaturate
or refill as needed.

Dust bag.  Claims are limited to
aiding in the control of fly pop-
ulations.  Hang bags so that bot-
tom is 18-24 inches from the
ground.  Bags must be located for
daily forced-use.  For best re-
sults, use on an area-wide basis.
Do not hang bags over feed, min-
eral, or water.

Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Backrubber.  Use No. 2 fuel oil.
Saturate the fiber portion.  Place
backrubber where animals congre-
gate or travel regularly.  Re-
saturate or refill as needed.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.8

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, beef (continued)

  Horn fly (continued)
1.0%(oil
solution)
                          1.0%(D)
                          1.0% or 5.0%(D)
Spray application.  Apply undi-
luted as a fine mist with hand
powered spray gun or low pressure
power sprayer.  Do not attempt to
obtain penetration of the spray
to the skin.  Direct spray to the
back, flanks, neck, withers, and
lower front legs.  Apply 1-2 fluid
ounces per animal daily for up to
3 consecutive days for initial fly
control and repeat thereafter at
5- to 7-day intervals.  Repeat
application also after exposure
of animals to heavy rainfall.

Dust application.  Apply 2 ounces
of dust per animal by shaker can
over the head, neck, shoulders,
back, and tailhead.  Repeat as
needed.

Dust application.  Apply up to
4.0 ounces of dust per animal by
shaker can or mechanical duster.
Treat animal thoroughly.  Repeat
at weekly interval if needed.

Dust bag.  Suspend bags in areas
frequented by cattle, such as in
loafing sheds, in front of miner-
al shelters, or across gateways
or lanes through which animals
pass daily for feed, mineral, or
water.  Hang bags so that the
bottom is 4-6 inches below top-
line of cattle.  Do not hang bags
over feed, mineral, or water.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.9

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      Site and Pest



      Cattle,  beef (continued)

        Lice
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
**
        Scab mite
0.25-0.5 lb./
100 gal. water
(EC.WP)
Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.
                                0.25-0.5  Ib./lOO   Dip  application.   Agitate  dip
                                gal.  water(WP)     fluid  thoroughly  before  each use.
                                                  Water  animals  well before  treat-
                                                  ment to  prevent drinking of vat
                                                  fluid.   Repeat as needed.
                                1.0%(D)
                                1.0%  or  5.0%(D)
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
Dust application.  Apply 2.0 ounces
of dust per animal by shaker can
over the head, neck, shoulders,
back, and tailhead.  Repeat as
needed.

Dust application.  Apply up to
4.0 ounces of dust per animal by
shaker can or mechanical duster.
Treat animal thoroughly.  Repeat
at weekly intervals if needed.

Dust bag.  Suspend bags in areas
frequented by cattle, such as in
loafing sheds, in front of miner-
al shelters, or across gateways
or lanes through which animals
pass daily for feed, mineral, or
water.  Hang bags so that the
bottom is 4-6 inches below top-
line of cattle.  Do not hang bags
over feed, mineral, or water.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Submerge each animal to assure
complete coverage and thorough
wetting of the skin.  Two appli-
cations 10 to 14 days apart are
necessary for control.
      Issued:  4-6-73
  III-D-26.10
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          actual
Cattle, beef (continued)
  Screwworms
  Ticks
  Ticks,  ear
2.0 Ib./lOO gal,
water(EC.WP)
                          3.0%(Pr.)
                          5.0%(D)
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water
(EC.WP)

1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
5.0%(D)
Spray application.  Apply with high
pressure to thoroughly wet the skin.
Also treat all accessible portions
of wounds.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Treat infested
wounds with a light, but thorough
coverage.  Also, immediately treat
new wounds from docking, dehorning,
etc, to prevent infestations.  Be
sure all parts of wound are com-
pletely covered.  Repeat as needed.
Do not apply within 14 days of
slaughter.  Formulated with di-
methyl (2,2,2-trichloro-l-hydroxy=
ethyl)phosphonate.

Spot treatment.  Use puff duster
to apply a light, even coat of
dust to infested wounds.  Imme-
diately treat new wounds from
docking, dehorning, etc. to avoid
infestations.  Repeat as needed.

Spray application.  Thoroughly
wet the skin.  Repeat as needed.
Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on the
adjacent areas of the head.  Re-
peat as needed.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26,11

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       Site  and  Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                                actual

       Goats                                      1.0 ppm  (in or on meat,  fat, and
                                                  meat by-products).
                                                  15 day preslaughter  interval.

**       Refer to dairy goats  (lactating and non-lactating)  for pests,  dosages,
         and uses.
      Issued:  4-6-73             III-D-26.12       Replaces page issued 2-15-73

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       Site  and Pest
**
         Horn fly
         Lice
         Screwworms
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
meat by-products).
15 day preslaughter interval.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Thoroughly treat
all wounds.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.
         Sheep continued  on next  page.
        Issued:  4-6-73
   III-D-26.13
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      Site and Pest
       leep (continued)

        Screwworms
         (continued)
5.0%(D)
        Sheep ked
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                                0.5ZCD)
**
        Sheep scab mite
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
        Ticks
        Tick,  ear
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
5.0ZCD)
                  Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations
Spot treatment.  Use puff duster
to apply a light, even coat of
dust to infested wounds.  Imme-
diately treat new wounds from
docking, dehorning, etc. to avoid
infestations.  Repeat as needed.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Dust application by rotary, hand,
or puff dusters, or by sprinkling
from a can.  Apply 1-2 ounces of
formulation per animal.  Work
dust well into wool over the en-
tire body.  Repeat as needed.

For direct application by power
duster.  Set machine to deliver
1.5-4.0 pounds of dust per 50-
100 animals.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Submerge each animal to assure
complete coverage and thorough
wetting of the skin.  Two appli-
cations 10 to 14 days apart are
necessary for control.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on the
adjacent areas of head.  Repeat
as needed.
      Issued:  4-6-73
  III-D-26.14
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Sheep (continued)

  Wool maggots
   (fleeceworms)
Swine
  Horn fly
  Lice
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                          0.5%(D)
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
                          1.0%(D)
Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Thoroughly treat
all wounds.  Repeat as needed.

Dip application.  Agitate dip
fluid thoroughly before each use.
Water animals well before treat-
ment to prevent drinking of vat
fluid.  Repeat as needed.

Dust application by rotary, hand,
or puff duster, or by sprinkling
from a can.  Apply 1-2 ounces of
formulation per animal.  Work
dust well into wool over the
entire body.  Repeat as needed.

Dust application by power duster.
Set machine to deliver 1.5-4.0
pounds of dust per 50-100 animals.
Repeat as needed.

1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
meat by-products).
No preslaughter interval.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Dust application.  Apply up to
1.0 ounce per animal as a uniform
coat to the head, shoulders, and
back.   Repeat as needed, but not
more frequently than once every
10 days.  May be used simultan-
eously with 1.0% dust bedding
treatment for severe infestations.
Issued:   2-15-73
  III-D-26.15

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Swine (continued)

  Screwworms
  Ticks
  Ticks, ear
(Poultry)

Poultry
  Lice
2.0 lb./100
gal. water(WP)
                          5.0%(D)
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(WP)
5.0%(D)
1.5 oz./5.0
gal. water(WP)
Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Thoroughly treat
all wounds.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Use puff duster
to apply a light, even coat of
dust to infested wounds.  Treat
new wounds from docking, dehorning,
etc. to avoid infestations.  Repeat
as needed.

Spray application.  Completely
wet the animal.  Repeat as
needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on the
adjacent areas of head.  Repeat
as needed.
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
meat by-products).
0.1 ppm (eggs).
No preslaughter interval.
Do not treat birds within 10 days
of vaccination or other stress
influence.
Do not contaminate feed, water, or
utensils.
Provide thorough ventilation while
dusting.

Direct application.  Apply as a
low pressure spray using one gal-
lon of the spray mixture per 100-
125 birds.  Repeat as needed, but
not more frequently than once a
week.  Supplemental control can
be obtained by treating litter
and housing.
Issued:   2-15-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Poultry (continued)

  Lice (continued)
0.5%(D)
                          0.2 oz./SO
                          birds(D)
  Northern fowl mite
0.75 OZ./5.0
gal. water(WP)
                          0.5%(D)
                          0.2 oz./SO
                          birds(D)
Direct application.  Dust birds
thoroughly, especially under the
wings and around vent.  Repeat
as needed, but not more fre-
quently than once a week.  Sup-
plemental control can be ob-
tained by treating litter and
housing.

Dust box for self-treatment.
Use 2.5 pounds of 0.5% dust per
50 birds.  Repeat as needed.
Supplemental control can be
obtained by treating litter and
housing.

Direct application.  Apply as a
low pressure spray using one
gallon of the spray mixture per
100-125 birds.  Repeat as needed,
but not more frequently than once
a week.  Supplemental control can
be obtained by treating litter
and housing.

Direct application.  Dust birds
thoroughly, especially under the
wings and around vent.  Repeat as
needed, but not more frequently
than once a week.  Supplemental
control can be obtained by treat-
ing litter and housing.

Dust box for self-treatment.  Use
2.5 pounds of 0.5% dust per 50
birds.  Repeat as needed.  Sup-
plemental control can be obtained
by treating litter and housing.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.17

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0,0-DIETHYL 0-(3-CHLORO-4-METHYL-2-OXO-2H-l-BENZOPYRAN-7-YL)PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Livestock Not Intended for Slaughter)

Do not spray or dust animals in a confined, nonventilated area.  Some
formulations, including those for cattle grub control and those to be
applied as thoroughly-wetting sprays and dips, are accompanied by the
following cautions:

      Do not apply to sick, convalescent, or stressed animals or
       animals less than three months old.
      Do not dip or spray animals for 10 days before or after
       shipping or weaning, or after exposure to contagious or
       infectious diseases.
      Do not apply in conjunction with oral drenches or other
       internal medications, such as phenothiazine, or with
       natural or synthetic pyrethroids or their synergists, or
       other organic phosphates.
Horses
  Horn fly
  Lice
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water
(EC,WP)
1.0 ppm (in or on meat, fat, and
meat by-products).

Spray thoroughly to penetrate the
hair coat to point of run-off.
Repeat as needed.
  Screwworms
  Ticks
  Ticks,  ear
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          5.0%(D)
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water
(EC.WP)

5.0%(D)
Spray thoroughly to penetrate
the hair coat to point of run-off.
Thoroughly treat all accessible
wounds.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  With a puff
duster, apply a light, even coat
of dust to infested wounds.  Imme-
diately treat new wounds from dock-
ing, dehorning, etc. to avoid in-
festations.  Repeat as needed.

Spray thoroughly to penetrate the
hair coat to point of run-off.
Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply by puff
duster into the ears and on the
adjacent areas of head.   Repeat
as needed.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.18

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use? Limitations

                          actual

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

(Poultry Houses and Yards)
Poultry houses

  Flies
  Lice
  Northern fowl mite
  Poultry mite
  Ticks
Litter areas

  Flies
  Lice
  Northern fowl mite
  Poultry mite
1.5 oz./S.O
gal. water(WP)
                          0.1-0.11 oz./lOO
                          sq. ft.(D)
0.1 oz./lOO
sq. ft.(D)
1.5 oz./S.O
gal. water (WP)
  Ticks
                          0.1-0.12 oz./
                          30 sq. ft.(D)
0.1 oz./30 sq.
ft.(D)
Apply to walls, ceilings, floors,
roosts, nests and adjacent areas
at the rate of one gallon of spray
mixture per 1,000 square feet.
Treat all cracks and crevices.
Repeat as needed.  May be used as
supplemental control to direct
application to poultry.

Apply to walls, ceilings, floors,
roosts, nests, and adjacent areas.
Force dust into all cracks and
crevices.  Repeat as needed.  May
be used as supplemental control
to direct application to poultry.

Refer to directions above for dust.
Thoroughly treat all areas at the
rate of one gallon of spray mix-
ture per 1,000 square feet.  Re-
peat as needed.  May be used as
supplemental control to direct
application to poultry.

Thoroughly treat all areas.  Repeat
as needed.  May be used as supple-
mental control to direct applica-
tion to poultry.

Thoroughly treat all areas.  Repeat
as needed.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-26.19

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Site and Pest



(Other Animal Buildings)

Swine bedding^

  Lice
Dosage

actual
0.02 OZ./30
sq. ft.(D)
HUMANS, PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
  Fleas
  Lice
  Ticks
0.25%(Pr.)
                          0.5%(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply uniformly to fresh, dry
bedding.  Repeat as needed, but
not more frequently than once
every 10 days.  May be used
simultaneously with direct dust
applications for severe infest-
ations.
Spray entire body against the na-
tural lay of the hair.  Spray for
5-10 seconds for dogs up to 10
pounds in weight, 10-20 seconds
for dogs 10-30 pounds in weight,
and 20-30 seconds for dogs over
30 pounds in weight.  Do not spray
into eyes.  Do not use on cats.
Formulated with dimethyl
(2,2,2-trichloro-l-hydroxyethyl)
phosphonate.

Spray entire body and rub hair for
penetration of the spray to the
skin.  Repeat as needed, but not
more than once a week.  Spray the
bedding also to help prevent re-
infestation.  Do not use on nurs-
ing puppies or on cats.

Dust entire body and work dust into
the hair.  Repeat as needed, but
not more often than once a week.
Dust the bedding also to help pre-
vent reinfestation.  Provide thor-
ough ventilation while dusting.
Do not use on nursing puppies or
on cats.  Avoid contamination of
feed, water, or utensils.
Issued:   2-15-73
  III-D-26.20

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         0,0-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL]  PHOSPHOPODITHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L,  G, FM, cartridge, cone.

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This  product is toxic to bees and should not be applied
      when bees are actively visiting the area.

      Cartridge and G products containing up to  2% active  ingredient
      and FM containing up to 1% active ingredient are  registered  for
      use by the home gardener.
      G and FM products with higher percentages  of disulfoton and other
      formulations are for commercial applicator use only.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Unless otherwise stated, apply specific dosages as needed to crops grown
for seed purposes provided that they are not to be grazed or used for food,
feed or forage.  For specific recommendations,  consult your local Agricultural
Experiment Station or Cooperative Agricultural  Extension Service.
Alfalfa
 (hay, forage)
  (seed crop only)
*disulfoton; Di-Syston
                  5.0 ppm (fresh alfalfa).
                  12 ppm (alfalfa hay).
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than once per
                  cutting.
                  Allow a minimum of 28  days
                  between applications.
                  Marginal leaf burn may occur
                  under some conditions  of use
                  with L formulations.

                  NF.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than four times
                  per season.
                  Chaff and hulls from treated crops
                  may be used  for feed or forage.
                  G and FM applications  may be made
                  as needed.
                  Do not graze or use treated crop
                  for food, feed or forage.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.1

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Alfalfa  (continued)

  Aphids
  Aphid, pea
  Mites
Barley
  Aphids
  Mites
1.0 Ib./A.
(G.FM.L)
0.5-1.0 Ib./A.
(L)
1.0 Ib./A.
(G,FM,L)
1.0 Ib./A.
(G,FM,L)
Soil application.
Broadcast G or FM at planting,
prior to growth in spring or
during the growing season.
Apply L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer in early
spring prior to growth or on
stubble after alfalfa has been
cut and removed from the field.

Foliage application.  Apply in
not less than one gallon total
volume per acre.

Soil application.  Refer to
directions for aphids.

0.75 ppm (grain).
5.0 ppm (forage or straw).
30 day precutting for forage or
pregrazing interval through 1.0
Ib./A.  Soil application.
60 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Soil application.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.  Do not
apply more than twice per season.
For seed crop only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Soil application.
Broadcast or drill G and FM at
planting or broadcast after crop
emergence.
Inject L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer at
planting.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.2

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         0,0-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL]  PHOSPHORODITHTOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Beans, dry
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mexican bean beetle
   (larvae)
  Mites
  Thrips
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 30-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.9-1.8 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM,L)

0.05-0.09 oz./
50 ft. of row
(G)
0.75 ppm (beans).
5.0 ppm (vines).
60 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.   Row application.
Do not apply more than once per
season.
Bo not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Under adverse conditions (i.e.
extremely cool and wet or extremely
dry) and maximum rates disulfoton
may cause delay in emergence,
stunting or stand reduction.
Such damage may be more pro-
nounced in light, sandy soil.
Plant injury may also occur or
be enhanced when disulfoton is
used with certain preemergence
herbicides.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.   Apply at plant-
ing or sidedress on each side of
the row.  Inject L as a water
emulsion or in a liquid ferti-
lizer.  L may also be applied
undiluted with specially
designed equipment.

Row application.   For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.3

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         0,0-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL]  PHOSPHORODITHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Beans, (green, lima and snap)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mexican bean beetle
   (larvae)
  Mites
  Thrips
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 30-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.9-1.8 02./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM,L)
                          0.05-0.09 oz./
                          50 ft.  of row
                          (G)
0.75 ppm (beans).
5.0 ppm (vines).
Do not apply more than once per
season.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Under adverse conditions (i.e.
extremely cool and wet or
extremely dry) and maximum rates
disul foton may cause delay in
emergence,  stunting or stand
reduction.   Such damage may be
more pronounded in light, sandy
soil.
Plant injury may also occur or
be enhanced when disulfoton is
used with certain preemergence
herbicides.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.  Place G or FM
in a band on each side of the
row at planting.  Inject L as a
water emulsion or in a liquid
fertilizer or apply undiluted
with specially designed equip-
ment on each side of the seed
furrow at planting.

Row application.  For home-
garden use.  Refer to G above.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.4

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Blackeyed peas
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Broccoli
  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
    or
1.2-2.4 02./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1 oz./I,000
ft. of row
(G,FM,L)
NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed, or forage.

Row application.  Place in band
on each side of seed furrow at
planting or sidedress after plants
become established.
0.75 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A-  Row or soil applica-
tion.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not apply more than one field
application per season.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-n-28.1.

Row application.
Place G or FM in a band on each
side of the seed furrow at
planting or sidedress after
plants become established.
For transplant seed bed, apply
L as a water emulsion prior to
seeding.  Work into to 2-3
inches of soil.
For field application, inject
L as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertili2er on each side
of seed furrow or transplant
row or sidedress after plants
become established.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.5

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Broccoli  (continued)

  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
   (continued)
Brussels sprouts
  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
0.04-0.05 02./
50 ft. of row
(G)

2.0 tsp. 1%
     or
1.0 tsp. 2%/
plant(G)
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G.FM.L)
Row application.  For home
garden use.  Apply in a band at
planting or sidedress.

Soil application.  Mix with soil
in transplant holes prior to
setting plants.
0.75 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Row or soil applica-
tion.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not make more than two appli-
cations per season.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.
Place G or FM in a band on each
side of the seed furrow at
planting or sidedress after
plants become established.
For transplant seed bed, apply
L in a water emulsion prior
to seeding.  Work into top 2-3
inches of soil.
For field application, inject
L as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of seed furrow or transplant
row or sidedress after plants
become established.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.6

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Brussels sprouts  (continued)
  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
   (continued)
Cabbage
  Aphids
   (excluding
   root aphids)
0.04-0.05 oz./
50 ft. of row
(G)

2.0 tsp. 1%
     or
1.0 tsp. 2%/
plant(G)
1.0-1.5 Ib./A
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1-1.7 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G.FM)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
    or
1.1 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
Row application.  For home
garden use. Apply in a band at
planting or sidedress.

Soil application.  Mix with soil
in transplant holes prior to
setting plants.
0.75 ppm.
42 day preharvest Interval through
1.5 Ib./A.  Row or soil applica-
tion.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not apply more than one field
application per season.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.  Place in band
on each side of the seed furrow
at planting or apply as a side-
dress after plants become estab-
lished.
                                            Row application.
                                            For transplant seed bed, apply in
                                            water emulsion spray prior to
                                            seeding.
                                            Work into top 2-3 inches of soil.
                                            For field treatment, inject as a
                                            water emulsion or with liquid
                                            fertilizer on each side of seed
                                            furrow or transplant row or
                                            sidedress after plants become
                                            established.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.7

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Cabbage  (continued)

  Aphids (continued)
   (excluding
   root aphids)
  Aphids, root
  Flea beetles
0.04-0.05 oz./
50 ft. of row
(G)

2 tsp. 1%
     or
1 tsp. 2%/
plant(G)

1.5 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
    or
1.7 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G,FM,L)
                          0.05 oz./SO
                          ft. of row(G)

                          2 tsp. 1%
                               or
                          1 tsp. 2%/
                          plant(G)
Row application.  For home
garden use. Apply in a band at
planting or sidedress.

Soil application.  Mix with soi]
in transplant holes prior to
setting plants.
Row application.  Place G in
band on each side of the seed
furrow at planting or apply as
a sidedress after plants become
established.
For transplant seed bed, apply
L in a water emulsion spray
prior to seeding.  Work into
top 2-3 inches of soil.
For field treatment, inject L
as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of seed furrow or transplant
row or sidedress after plants
become established.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.

Soil application.  Mix with soil
in transplant holes prior to
setting plants.
                  Row application.  Soil application,
                  Refer to directions for aphids
                  (excluding root aphids).
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.8

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Carrots
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Cauliflower
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.56-1.1 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.56 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
                  NF.
                  Do not apply in direct contact
                  with seed.
                  Do not graze or use treated crop
                  for food, feed or forage.
    application.  Place in band
on each side of seed furrow at
planting or apply as a sidedress
after plants become established.
Row application.  Inject as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer on each side of the
seed furrow at planting or
sidedress after plants become
established.

0.75 ppm.
40 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Row or soil applica-
tion.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not maVe more than two appli-
cations per season.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
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_Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Cauliflower  (continued)

  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
Clover
  Aphids
  Mites
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G.FM.L)
                          0.04-0.05 oz./
                          50 ft. of row(G)

                          2.0 tsp. 1%
                                or
                          1.0 tsp. 2%/
                          plant(G)
1.0 Ib./A.
(G,FM)
Row application.
Place G or FM in a band on each
side of the seed furrow at
planting or sidedress after plants
become established.
For transplant seed bed, apply
L as a water emulsion spray prior
to seeding.  Work into top 2-3
inches of soil.
For field application, inject L
as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of seed furrow or transplant
row or sidedress after plants
become established.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.

Soil application.  Mix with soil
in transplant holes prior to
setting plants.
5.0 ppm (fresh clover).
12 ppm (clover hay).
7 day preharvest or pregrazing
interval through 1.0 Ib./A.
Soil application.
Allow 28 days between applications,

Soil application.  Broadcast
prior to active growth in
spring or as needed.
 Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.10

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Clover
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Mites

Coffee
1.5 Ib./A.(G)
  Leafminers
0.3-0.6 gnu/ft.
of tree height
(G)
Corn
NF.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Broadcast soil application.
Apply as needed.

0.3 ppm.
90 day preharvest interval through
0.6 gnu per foot of tree height.
Soil application.
Make no more than one preharvest
and one postharvest application
per season.

Use restricted to Puerto Rico.
Soil application.  Distribute
evenly around trea from near
base out to drip line,

0.3 ppm [corn, grain including
field corn, sweet corn (kernels
plus cob with husks removed),
popcorn].
5.0 ppro (corn fodder or forage
including field, sweet and
popcorn).
40 day preharvest interval for
G and FM through 1.0 Ib./A. for
food, feed or ensilage.  Row or
foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice
per season by any method.
40 day preharvest interval for
L through 1.0 Ib./A. for forage,
feed or ensilage.  At planting
soil application.
100 day preharvest interval for
L through 1.0 Ib./A. for forage,
feed or ensilage.  Postemergence
soil application.
100 day preharvest interval for
L through 1.0 Ib./A. for human
food purposes.  Soil application.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.11

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                          actual
Corn  (continued)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G,FM)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(any row
spacing)(L)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G.FM)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row(any
row spacing)(L)
For L at extremely narrow row
spacings, do not place treated
zones closer together than 6
inches.  Do not apply more than
once per season by any method.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.  Place FM or G
in a band on each side of seed
furrow at planting or sidedress
as plants emerge.

Foliage application.  Broadcast
to direct G into the whorl.

Row application.  Spray L in a
4- to 6-inch band at planting.
For early season control, inject
as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of the furrow after emergence.
Row application.  Place G and
FM in a band on each side of
the seed furrow at planting or
sidedress as plants emerge.

Foliage application.  Broadcast
to direct G into the whorl.

Row application.  Spray L in a
4- to 6-inch band at planting.
For early season control, inject
as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of the furrow after emergence.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.12

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Corn  (continued)

  Rootworms
  Thrips
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l.OOO
ft. of row
(G.FM)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
    or
1.2 oz./l.OOO
ft. of row(any
row spacing) (L)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l.OOO
ft. of row
(G,FM)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l.OOO
ft. of row(any
row spacing)(L)
Row application.  Place FM or G
in a band on each side of the
seed furrow at planting or side-
dress as plants emerge.
                                            Row application.  Spray L in a
                                            4- to 6-inch band at planting.
                                            For early season control, inject
                                            as a water emulsion or with
                                            liquid fertilizer on each side
                                            of the furrow after emergence.
Row application.  Place FM or G
in a band on each side of the
seed furrow at planting or side-
dress as plants emerge.

Foliage application.  Broadcast
to direct G into the whorl.

Row application.  Spray L in a
4- to 6-inch band at planting.
For early season control, inject
as a water emulsion or with
liquid fertilizer on each side
of the furrow after emergence.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage           Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Cotton
  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
0.25-0.5 lb./
100 lb. of
seed(cone.)
                          0.19-0.56 Ib./A.
                          (L)
0.75 ppm (cottonseed).
Apply up to bloom through 0.56
Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than three
times per season.
28 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Row application.
Do not apply in direct contact
with the seed.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.
Under adverse conditions (i.e.
extremely cool and wet or
extremely dry) and maximum rates
disulfoton may cause delay in
emergence, stunting or stand
reduction.  Such damage may be
more pronounced in light, sandy
soil.
Plant injury may also occur or
be enhanced when disulfoton is
used with certain preemergence
herbicides.

Seed treatment for early season
control.  For use by commercial
seed treaters only.  Use higher
rate only for mite reduction
from emergence through about the
4- to 6-leaf stage.  Do not use
treated seed for food, feed or
oil purposes.

Foliage application.  For use
against aphids and thrips only.
Apply in not less than one gallon
total volume per acre.  Repeat
as needed, but not more than 3
times per season with the last
application no later than bloom.
Do not apply with soil treatments
within the same crop year.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.14

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, ^Limitations

                          actual
Cotton  (continued)

  Aphids  (continued)
  Mites
  Thrips
0.56-1.0 Ib./A.
     or
0.7-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(L)
                          0.6-1.0 Ib./A.
                          (with 40-inch
                          row spacing)
                               or
                          0.7-1.2 oz./
                          1,000 ft. of
                          row(G FM)

                          0.3-0.4 Ib./A.
                          (G)
Row application.  For a preplant
treatment, apply a 16-inch band
in a water emulsion or with a
preemergence herbicide.
         -or-
Apply at planting as a water
emulsion or with a liquid fert-
ilizer.  Spray in furrow on
either side of the seed or
inject on each side of the
furrow.
         -or-
Apply a postplant treatment as
a water emulsion or with a liquid
fertilizer.  Inject on each side
of the row as follows:
   Light soils - 0.56 Ib./A- or
    0.85 oz./l,000 ft. of row.
   Medium soils - 0.75 Ib./A. or
    0.97 oz./l,000 ft. of row.
   Heavy soils - 1.0 Ib./A. or
    1.36 oz./l,000 ft. of row.

Row application.  Apply at a
depth of 8 inches below seed or
band on each side of the furrow
at planting.  Apply as a side-
dress on each side of the row
after plants become established.
                  Rill-dropped cotton.  Use lower
                  rate where hill spacing is
                  greater than 14 inches.  Apply
                  as follows:
                     Light soils - 0.3 Ib./A.
                     Medium soils - 0.35 Ib./A.
                     Heavy soils - 0.4 Ib./A.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.15

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Cotton (Irrigated)

      Refer also to Cotton
  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
Cowpeas
Crowder peas
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Fruit trees
 (nonbearing)

  Aphids
  Lace bugs
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
0.6-1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)

2.0 Ib./A.
                          1.0 Ib./A (G)
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
1.2-2.4 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)
0.025-0.25 lb./
tree
      or
0.4 oz./inch of
trunk diameter
(G)
28 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ih./A   Row application.
90 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Broadcast, foliage or
sidedress application.

Row application.  Place in seed
furrow or band on each side of
the furrow at planting.
           -plus-
Broadcast over foliage or side-
dress up to first squaring (90
days before harvest).
            -or-
Row application.  Sidedress up
to 28 days before harvest.

NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Row application.  Place in band
on each side of seed furrow at
planting or sidedress after
plants become established.
                  NF.
Soil application.  For use by
commercial growers only.  Dis-
tribute evenly around tree from
near the base of the trunk out
to the drip line.  Work into soil
and water thoroughly.
Use higher dosage on heavy, or-
ganic or muck soils.
          -or-
Mix equivalent amounts with soil
when setting transplants.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.16

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Garlic
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
  Aphids
  Mites
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.1 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
    or
0.6 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
2.0-4.0/A.
   or
2-4 level
tsp./plant
(7 by 7 ft.
spacing) (G)
NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Row application.  Place G in a
band on each side of the seed
furrow at planting.  Apply
broadcast or sidedress after
plants become established.
Row application.  Inject as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer to each side of the
seed furrow at planting.  Inject
as a sidedress application after
plants become established.

0.5 ppm.
Do not graze or feed crop refuse
to animals.

Soil application.  Apply
uniformly in a 6-inch square
area at the base of each plant.
Apply in mid- to late June
just prior to hilling.  Hilling
should cover granules with soil.
Irrigate as normal crop culture
requires.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-D-28.17
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Lettuce
                0.75 ppm.
                60 day preharvest interval through
                2.0 Ib./A.  Row application.
                Do not apply in direct contact
                with seed.
                Do not apply to transplanted
                lettuce.
                Under adverse, conditions (i.e.
                extremely cool and wet or
                extremely dry) and maximum rates
                disulfoton may cause delay in
                emergence, stunting or stand
                reduction.  Such damage may be
                more pronounced in light, sandy
                soil.
                Plant injury may also occur or
                be enhanced when disulfoton is
                used with certain preemergence
                herbicides.
                For seed crop use only, refer to
                paragraph under Agricultural
                Crops, III-D-28.1.
      (Lettuce continued on next page)
Issued:   7-31-74
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Lettuce  (continued)

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Oats
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 20-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM)

0.97-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 20-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.56-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(L)
                          0.04-0.06 oz./
                          50 ft. of row
                          (G)
Row application.
For spring or summer seeded let-
tuce, place in band on each side
of the seed furrow at planting.
For fall or winter seed lettuce,
apply as a sidedress at thinning.
Row application.
For spring or summer seeded let-
tuce, inject as a water emulsion
or with liquid fertilizer on
each side of the seed furrow at
planting.
For fall or winter seeded lettuce,
inject as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer at
thinning.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Place in band on
each side of the row at planting.

0.75 ppm (grain).
5.0 ppm  (forage or straw)
30 day pregrazing and precutting
interval for forage through 1.0
Ib./A.  Soil application.
60 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Soil application.
Do not apply more than twice
per season.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.
For seed crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Oats  (continued)

  Aphids
  Mites
Onions
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
Peanuts
1.0 Ib./A.
(G,FM,L)
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.0 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)

0.97 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.56 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
Soil application.
For G or FM, drill or broadcast
at planting.  Broadcast or
sidedress after plants emerge.
Inject L as a water emulsion
or with liquid fertilizer at
planting.

NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Row application.  Apply in band
on each side of the seed furrow
at planting.  Broadcast or side-
dress after plants become
established.
Row application.  Inject as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer on each side, of the
seed furrow at planting.  Inject
as a sidedress after plants
become established.

0.75 ppm  (peanuts)
5.0 ppm (peanut hay)
Apply up  to pegging through 2.0
Ib./A.  Row application.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not feed treated vines to
livestock.
Do not allow hogging of treated
peanuts.
For seed  crop use only, refer to
paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.19

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          actual
Peanuts  (continued)

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Peas
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1-2.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
for(G.FM.L)
6.0 Ib./A.(L)
                          1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
                          (with 36-inch
                          row spacing)
                                or
                          1.1-2.2 oz./
                          1,000 ft. of
                          row(G-FM.L)
Row application.
Apply FM or G in band on each
side of the furrow at planting
or sidedress at pegging.
Apply L undiluted in specially
designed low volume injection
equipment of inject L as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer.  Apply on each side
of the seed furrow at planting
or sidedress at pegging.

Preplant broadcast soil applica-
tion.  Incorporate to a depth
of 3-6 inches.  Do not apply
more than once per season.

Row application.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids, leafhoppers and
mites.
                  0.75 ppro (peas)-
                  5.0 ppm (vines).
                  50 day preharvest interval through
                  2.5 Ib./A.   Soil  application.
                  Do not apply in direct contact
                  with seed.
                  Do not apply more than once
                  per season.
                  For seed crop use only, refer to
                  paragraph under Agricultural
                  Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.20

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Peas_  (continued)

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
1.0-2.5 Ib./A
(G.FM)
Soil application.  Drill or
broadcast at planting or side-
dress on each side of the row
after emergence.
                          0.97-1.72 Ib./A.   Row application.   Use undiluted
                          (L)
                          0.025-0.04 oz./
                          50 ft.  of row
                          (G)
Pecans
  Aphids
1.5-3.0 Ib./A.
(G,L)
in specially designed injection
equipment or apply as a water
emulsion or with liquid ferti-
lizer.  Apply as an in-furrow
spray or inject on each side
of the seed furrow at planting
or inject after plants become
established.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Apply below, to one
side, or in a band on each side
of the seed furrow at planting.

0.75 ppm.
80 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Soil application.
Do not apply more than once
per season.

Use restricted to South Central
and Southwestern United States.
Soil appliction preferably in
early spring.  Apply in 6 foot
bands on both sides of the tree
under the drip line.  Work into
top 2-3 inches of soil.  On
irrigated pecans, apply water
as soon as possible following
treatment.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.21

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Pineapples
  Mealybugs
2.5 lb./A.(G)
                          2.5 lb./A.(L)
Potatoes
0.75 ppm (pineapple).
5.0 ppm (pineapple foliage).
60 day preharvest interval through
2.5 Ib./A.   Soil or basal leaf
application.
Do not apply more than twice
per crop season.
When two applications are made,
do not ensile foliage within one
year of last application.

Soil application   Broadcast or
apply topically for base-leaf
feeding after plants have devel-
oped root systems.

Use restricted to Hawaii.  Inject
with liquid fertilizer after
plants have developed root systems.

0.75 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.   Foliage application.
Do not make more than three appli-
cations per season.
75 day preharvest interval through
4.0 Ib./A.   Soil application.  Do
not make more than two applications
per season.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.22

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Potatoes  (continued)

  Aphids
  Aphid, green peach
2.0-3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.3-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G.L)
                          0.12-0.18 oz./
                          50 ft. of row(G)

                          2.0-4.0 oz./A-
                          (FM)
                          3.0-4.0 Ib./A.
                          (L)
0.37-1.0 Ib./A.
(L)
Row application.
Apply G in furrow or sidedress
alone or with fertilizer at
planting.  May also be. side-
dressed after plants become
established.

Apply L undiluted in specially
designed equipment for low
volume injection or apply as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer as an in-furrow
spray or inject on each side
of the seed furrow at planting.
An additional sidedress water
emulsion injection may be made
after plants become established.
Use higher rate on organic soils.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.

Row application.  Place at 8
inch depth in furrow at planting
or apply sidedress after plants
become established.  Use higher
rate on organic soils.

Preplant broadcast soil appli-
cation.  Work into the top 2-3
inches of soil.

Foliage application.  Apply in
not less than one gallon total
volume per acre.  Use higher
rate for heavy infestations.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.23

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                          actual
Potatoes  (continued)

  (Colorado potato
   beetle)
  Flea beetles
   (excluding tuber
   flea beetle)
  Leafhoppers
  Potato psyllid
  Southern potato
   wireworm
2.0-3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.3-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM,L)

2.0-3.0 oz./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.3-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,L)

2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(FM)

2.0-3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.3-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM,L)

0.12-0.18 oz./
50 ft. of row(G)
2.0-3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.3-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,L)

2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(FM)
Row application.  For early season
reduction only.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids.
Row application.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids.
Row application.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids.

Row application.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids.
Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to directions
for aphids.

Row application.  Refer to direc-
tions for aphids.
                                            Row application.  Refer to direc-
                                            tions for aphids.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          actual
Radishes
 (seed crop only)
  Aphids
  Thrips
Raspberries
 (nonbearing
  nursery stock)

  Aphids
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.6-1.1 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G)

0.97 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.56 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
8.0 Ib./A.(G)
                          0.18 lb./l,000
                          ft., of row(G)
NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Row application.  Place in a band
on each side of the seed furrow
or apply by broadcasting or side-
dressing after plants become
established.
Row application.  Inject as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer on each side of the
seed furrow at planting.  Also
may be injected as a sidedress
after plants become established.

NF.
Do not use treated crop for food,
feed or forage.

Use restricted to the Northeast
United States.  Soil application.
Broadcast in plant row of new or
established plantings.  Work
into top 2-3 inches of soil.  A
second broadcast application may
be made later in the season.

Band application.  Apply in a 24-
inch band over row.  Work into
top 2-3 inches of soil.  A
second band application may be
made later in the season.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Rice
  Leafhoppers


Sorghum
2.0 lb./A.(G)
0.75 ppm (rice).
5.0 ppm (straw).
100 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Soil  application.
Do not apply more than twice
per season.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Soil application.  Broadcast at
planting or prior to flooding.

0.75 ppm (grain).
5.0 ppm (fodder and forage).
7 day preharvest  interval for L
through 0.5 Ib./A. for grain.
Foliage application.
28 day preharvest interval for L
through 0.5 Ib./A. for forage and
fodder.  Foliage  application.
Do not apply L more than twice
per crop season.
14 day preharvest interval for G
through 1.0 Ib./A. for forage
and fodder.  Soil and foliage
applications.
30 day preharvest interval for G
through 1.0 Ib./A. for grain.
Soil and foliage  applications.
Do not apply G more than once
per crop season.
For extremely narrow row spacings,
do not place treated zones closer
together than 6 inches.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Sorghum  (continued)

  Aphids (including
   greenbug)
  Banks grass mite
0.25-0.5 Ib./A.
(L)
0.75-1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.9-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(any
row spacing)
(G)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(any row
spacing)
(G)

0.5/A.(L)
Foliage application.  Apply in not
less than one gallon of water for
aerial applications and in not
less than five gallons of water
for ground equipment.

Row application.  Apply G into
seed furrow approximately 1/2
inch above seed at planting.
                                            Row application.
                                            Apply G in a 4-6 inch band
                                            directly behind planter shoe and
                                            in front of press wheel at plant-
                                            ing.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            G into whorls.
                      Broadcast
Use restricted to Oklahoma and
Texas (excluding the Trans-Pecos
area).  Foliage application.
Apply in not less than one gallon
of water for aerial application
and in not less than five gallons
of water for ground equipment.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.  For use only if no at-
planting application was made.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Sorghum  (continued)

  Sorghum midge
0.25-0.5 Ib./A.
(D
Soybeans
  (food crop)
  (seed crop only)
  Mexican bean beetle
   (larvae)
  Thrips (excluding
   flower thrips)
Spinach
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)(G)
Use restricted to Arkansas, Louis-
iana, Oklahoma and Texas.  Foliage
application.  Apply in not less
than one gallon of water for
aerial application and in not
less than five gallons of water
for ground equipment.  Make one
application when 50% of the heads
have emerged from the boot.
Repeat application 3-5 days later.

0.1 ppm (soybeans).
0.25 ppm (forage and hay).
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.

NF.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
At extremely narrow row spacings,
do not place treated zones closer
together than 6 inches.  Apply as
needed.
Do not graze or use treated crop
for food, feed or forage.

Row application.  Place in 4-
inch band over the seed furrow
behind the planter shoe and in
front of the press wheel or apply
in a band on each side of the
seed furrow at planting.

0.75 ppm.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Spinach  (continued)

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Mites
  Thrips
Strawberries
 (propagating
  beds only)

  Aphids
  Mites (excluding
   cyclamen mite)
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 20-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(G.FM.L)

0.02-0.06 oz./
50 ft. of row(G)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 20-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6 oz./l,000
ft. of row(G)

1.0 Ib./A.
(with 20-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(FM.G.L)

0.02-0.06 oz./
50 ft. of row(G)
2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 42-inch
row spacing)
     or
2.6-5.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,L)
Row application.
Place G and FM in a band on each
side of the seed furrow at plant-
ing.
Inject L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer on each
side of seed furrow at planting.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.

Row application.  Place in a band
on each side of the seed furrow
at planting.
Row application.
Place G and FM in a band on each
side of the seed furrow at plant-
ing.
Inject L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer on each
side of seed furrow at planting.

Row application.  For home
garden use.  Refer to G above.

NF.
Do not use treated crop for food,
feed or forage.

Soil application.
Sidedress G on each side of the
row or broadcast over the row as
needed.
Inject L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer on each
side of the row as needed.
Issued:   7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual
Sugar beets
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 30-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.9 oz./l,000
ft. of row
(FM,G,L)
0.5 ppm (beets),
2.0 ppm (tops).
30 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage or soil
application.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.  Allow a minimum of
21 days between applications.
Under adverse conditions (i.e.
extremely cool and wet or
extremely dry) and maximum rates
disulfoton may cause delay in
emergence, stunting or stand
reduction.  Such damage may be
more pronounced in light, sandy
soil.
Plant injury may also occur or
be enhanced when disulfoton is
used with certain preemergence
herbicides.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Soil application.
Apply G in seed furrow two inches
under the seed or band on each
side of the seed furrow at plant-
ing.
Apply FM in a band on each side
of the seed furrow at planting or
sidedress after plants become
established.
Inject L as a water emulsion or
with liquid fertilizer on each
side of the seed furrow or spray
in seed furrow two inches under
seed at planting or inject as a
sidedress after plants become
established.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            foliage and crowns.
                                        Apply G to
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-28.30

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Sugar beets  (continued)

  Sugarbeet root
   maggot
Sugarcane
  Aphids
Tobacco
  Aphids
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 22-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.7 oz./l,000
ft. of row(G)
0.37-0.56 Ib./A.
(L)
2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 48-inch
row spacing)
     or
3.0-6.0 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM)

4.0 Ib./A.
(with 48-inch
row spacing)
     or
6.0 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
Use restricted to Minnesota and
North Dakota.  Row application.
Apply in a 4-6 inch band
directly behind the planter shoe
and in front of the press wheel.
Place approximately one inch
above seed.

0.3 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval through
0.56 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 4 times
per season.

Use restricted to Puerto Rico.
Foliage application.  For aerial
application, use approximately
4 gallons of water per acre.

NF.

Preplant soil application.  Apply
G in a 6-12 inch band over the
row or broadcast FM and work into
top 2-3 inches of soil immediately
before transplanting.
                                            Use restricted to Southeastern
                                            United States.  Preplant soil
                                            application.  Broadcast or apply
                                            in a 10-12 inch band over the
                                            row.  Work into the top 2-3
                                            inches of soil.  Formulated with
                                            0,0-diethyl 0-[p-(methylsulfinyl)
                                            phenyl] phosphorothioate.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.31

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Tobacco  (continued)

  Flea beetles
  (Southern potato
   wireworm)
  Wireworms
2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 48-inch
row spacing)
     or
3.0-6.0 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM)

4.0 lb./A.(L)
2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 48-inch
row spacing)
     or
3.0-6.0 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM)

4.0 Ib./A.
(with 48-inch
row spacing)
     or
6.0 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
Preplant soil application.
to directions for aphids.
Refer
Preplant broadcast soil applica-
tion.  Disc into top 2-3 inches
of soil.

Preplant soil application.  Refer
to directions for aphids.
Use restricted to Southeastern
United States.  Preplant soil
application.  Broadcast or apply
in a 10-12 inch band over the
row.  Work into the top 2-3
inches of soil.  Formulated with
0,0-diethyl 0-[p-(methylsulfinyl)
phenyl] phosphorothioate.
Issued:  7-30-73
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          actual
Tomatoes
  Aphids
  (Colorado potato
   beetle)
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Mites
1.0-3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2-3.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(G,FM)

1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)
      or
1.2-2.4 oz./
1,000 ft of
row(G,FM,L)
0.75 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
5.0 Ib./A.  Soil application.
Do not apply in direct contact
with seed.
Allow a minimum of 21 days
between applications.
Under adverse conditions  (i.e.
extremely cool and wet or
extremely dry) and maximum rates
disulfoton may cause delay in
emergence, stunting or stand
reduction.  Such damage may be
more pronounced in light, sandy
soil.
Plant injury may also occur or
be enhanced when disulfoton is
used with certain preemergence
herbicides.
Claims against the Colorado potato
beetle are limited to early season
reduction only.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Row application.  Place in band
on each side of the seed  furrow
at planting.
                                                         -or-
                                            Row application.
                                            Place G and FM in band on each
                                            side of the seed furrow or trans-
                                            plant row at planting and repeat
                                            as a side-dress application on
                                            each side of the row after plants
                                            become established.  Inject L on
                                            each side of the seed furrow or
                                            transplant row at planting and re-
                                            peat as a side-dress after plants
                                            become established.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.33

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Tomatoes  (continued)

  Aphids
  (Colorado potato
   beetle)
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Mites
   (continued)
3.0 Ib./A.
(with 38-inch
row spacing)(L)
                          0.54-5.0 Ib./A.
                          (with 72-inch
                          row spacing)
                               or
                          1.2-11 oz./
                          1,000 ft. of
                          row(G)

                          0.27-2.5 Ib./A.
                          (with 72-inch
                          row spacing)
                               or
                          0.6-5.5 oz./
                          1,000 ft. of
                          row(G)
Broadcast soil application.  For
transplant seed beds,  Work into
top 2-3 inches of soil.

Row application.  Use undiluted
in specially designed low volume
injection equipment or apply as
a water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer on each side of the
seed furrow or transplant row
at planting.

Use restricted to Florida on
highly alkaline soils.  Row
application.  Band on each side
of the seed furrow at planting.
                                  -or-
                  Use restricted to Florida on
                  highly alkaline soils.  Row
                  application.  Band on each side
                  of the seed furrow at planting
                  and repeat as a sidedress after
                  plants become established.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-28.34

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Tomatoes  (continued)

  Aphids
  (Colorado potato
   beetle)
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Mites
   (continued)
Turnips
 (seed crop only)
0.54-5.0 Ib./A.
(with 72-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2-11 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(L)

0.27-2.5 Ib./A.
(with 72-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-5.5 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(L)

1 rounded tsp.
2%/ft. of row
     or
0.06-0.18 oz./
50 ft. of row(G)

2 rounded
tsp. 1%
     or
1 rounded tsp.
2%/plant(G)
Use restricted to Florida on
highly alkaline soils.  Row
application.  Inject in a band
on each side of seed furrow or
the transplant row at planting.
                -or-
Use restricted to Florida on
highly alkaline soils.  Row
application.  Inject in a band
on each side of seed furrow or
transplant row at planting and
repeat as a sidedress after plants
become established.

Soil application.  For home
garden use.  Place below or in
a band to one side of the seed
at planting.
                                            Soil application.  Mix with soil
                                            in transplant hole prior to
                                            setting plants.
                  NF.
                  Do not apply in direct contact
                  with seed.
                  Do not graze or use treated crop
                  for food, feed or forage.
                  Repeat as needed.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.35

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     Site  and  Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                              actual
     Turnips  (continued)

       Aphids
       Thrips
     Wheat
**
      Aphids
        (including
        greenbug)
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.1 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row (G)

0.97 Ib./A.
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.56 oz./l,000
ft. of row(L)
0.25-0.75 Ib./A.
(L)
Row application.  Apply in band
on each side of furrow at plant-
ing.  Broadcast or sidedress
applications after plants become
established.
Row application.  Inject as a
water emulsion or with liquid
fertilizer on each side of the
furrow at planting or inject as
sidedress after plants become
established.

0.3 ppro  (grain).
5.0 ppm  (green fodder and straw).
7 day pregrazing interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
14 day pregrazing interval through
0.375 Ib./A.  Foliage and soil
applications.
21 day pregrazing interval through
0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage and soil
applications.
30 day pregrazing or preharvest
interval through 1.0 Ib./A.  Soil
application.
For seed crop use only, refer
to paragraph under Agricultural
Crops, III-D-28.1.

Use restricted to states west of
the Mississippi River.  Foliage
application.  Apply in the fall.
Repeat in 30 days as needed.
Apply in the spring at green-up.
Repeat in 30 days as needed.
Spring applications may be made
following fall treatment.  Apply
in not less than one gallon total
volume.  Use lower dosages on
plants up to tillering (stooling)
and higher dosages after tillering
has started.
    Issued:  12-14-73
  III-D-28.36
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    Site and Pest
    Wheat  (continued)

      Aphids  (continued)
       (including
       greenbug)
**
      Hessian fly
      Mites
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.375-0.75 Ib./A. Use restricted to states west of
(L)
                              1.0 lb./A.(G)
1.0 Ib./A.
(L.G.FM)
the Mississippi River.  Soil
application.  Apply as a top
dressing with ground equipment
in liquid fertilizer.

Fall soil application.  Drill
or broadcast at planting.

Fall soil application.
Drill or broadcast G or FM at
planting.  Inject L as a water
emulsion or with liquid ferti-
lizer at planting.
0.25-0.75 Ib./A.  Refer to directions for aphids
(L)               above.
    Issued:   12-14-73
  III-D-28.37
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Do not use formulations of disulfoton containing the herbicide trifluralin
around Ajuga, Amaranthus, Celosia, Periwinkle or Portulaca.  Apply only to
established plants.

Annual plants
Herbaceous plants
 (including
 Ageratum
 Asters
 Calendulas
 Carnations
 Chrysanthemums
 Dahlias
 Delphiniums
 Gladioli
 Iris
 Petunias
 Zinnias)
  Aphids
  Lace bugs
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Mites (including
   spider mites)
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
0.08-0.4 oz./
100 sq. ft. of
bed(FM)
0.08-0.32 oz./
100 sq. ft. of
bed(G)
                          1-2 rounded
                          tsp. 1%
                                or
                          1 rounded tsp.
                          2%/ft. of row
                          or/6-inch pot
                          or/plant(G)

                          0.5 cup 2%/
                          6 ft. of row(G)
Broadcast soil application.
Work into the top 1-2 inches of
soil and water thoroughly.  Do
not repeat application for at
least 6 weeks.

Broadcast soil application.
Work into the soil before plant-
ing or after plants become
established.  Repeat at 4-6
week intervals 'as needed.

Soil application.  Place around
base of plant, work into the
soil and water thoroughly.
Repeat at 4-6 week intervals
as needed.
                  Row application.  Band near base
                  of plants, work into soil and
                  water thoroughly.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.38

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                          actual
Annual plants  (continued)
Herbaceous plants
                          1.6 OZ./150-
                          300 ft. of row
                          (G)
                  Row application.  For use by
                  commercial growers and applica-
                  tors only.  Band on each side
                  of seed furrow or over the row.
                  Work into the soil and water
                  thoroughly.  Use higher rate
                  for muck or other high organic
                  content soils.
                  For Easter lilies and gladioli,
                  apply in furrow over bulbs before
                  covering them with soil.  Do not
                  apply in furrow treatment to
                  garden lily bulbs.
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)
Do not use formulations of disulfoton containing the herbicide trifluralin
around Ajuga, Amaranthus, Celosia, Periwinkle or Portulaca.  Apply only to
established plants.
Elm
  Elm leaf beetle
  European elm scale
0.025-0.25 lb./
tree
      or
0.025 Ib./inch
of trunk
diameter(G)
Broadcast soil application.  For
use by commercial growers and
applicators only.
Distribute evenly around tree
from near base of trunk out to
the drip line.  Work into soil
and water thoroughly.  The
higher dosage per tree is for
muck and other high organic
content soils.

For transplanting, place disul-
foton into the planting hole or
dip tree into a puddling clay
slurry of 2 parts disulfoton to
4-9 parts by weight of clay
before planting.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-28.39

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         0,0-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] PHOSPHORODITHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Roses

  Aphids
  Brown soft scale
  Leafhoppers
  Spider mites
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
0.02-0.08 oz./
plant(FM)
                          0.64 oz./lOO
                          sq. ft. of
                          area(FM)
                          0.02-0.03 oz./
                          plant(FM)
                          0.5 cup of !%/
                          plant(FM)
Soil application for established
roses.  Water plants before and
after application.  Distribute
evenly around plant from near
the base out to the drip line in
spring when about one inch of
new growth is present.  Work into
top 1-2 inches of soil.  Repeat
at 6 week intervals as needed.

Preplant broadcast soil applica-
tion.  Distribute evenly on pre-
pared bed.  Work into top 4-5
inches of soil.

Soil application at time of
transplanting.  Place 1/3 to
1/2 of the disulfoton into the
transplant hole and mix with
the fill.  Add remainder to
the top 2 inches of soil and
water thoroughly.  Six weeks
later, apply 0.03 oz. and work
lightly into the soil.

Soil application.  For bare root
transplants, prepare hole 12-15
inches deep and wide enough to
extend roots.  Mix disulfoton
with the soil, plant and water
thoroughly.
For potted roses, prepare a
hole 12-15 inches deep and up
to 16 inches wide.  Mix disul-
foton with the soil, fill in
around plant and water thor-
oughly .
For established plants, distribute
evenly around rose from near the
base out to the drip line.  Work
into the soil and water thoroughly.
Repeat monthly as needed during
the growing season.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.40

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Roses  (continued)

  Aphids
  Brown soft scale
  Leafhoppers
  Spider mites
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
   (continued)
4 tbsp. 2%/ft.
(plants 1-3 ft.
high),
0.5 cup 2%/ft.
(plants over
3-6 ft. high),
0.75 cup 2%/ft.
(plants over
6-12 ft. high)
(G)

4-8 rounded
tbsp. 1%/plant
      or
2-4 rounded
tbsp. 2%/plant
(G)
                          2 rounded
                          tbsp.  2%/ft.
                          (plants 1-3
                          ft. high),
                          4 rounded
                          tbsp.  2%/ft.
                          (plants over
                          3-6 ft. high)
                          (G)
Soil application.  Distribute
evenly under rose bush.  Work
into soil and water thoroughly.
Repeat in 4-6 weeks as needed.
Soil application.  Distribute
evenly around plant from near the
base out to the drip line.  Work
into top 1-2 inches of soil and
water thoroughly.  Use lower rate
for plants up to 3 feet high and
higher rate for plants over 3
up to 6 feet high.

Soil application.  Distribute
evenly around plant from near the
base out to the drip line.  Work
into top 1-2 inches of soil and
water thoroughly.  Repeat at 4-6
week intervals as needed.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.41

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Roses  (continued)

  Aphids
  Brown soft scale
  Leafhoppers
  Spider mites
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
   (continued)
2%
(cartridge)
Shrubs
Trees
 (including
 Azalea
 Birch
 Camelia
 Euonymous
 Holly
 Liliac
 Moraine locust
 Pine
 Pyracantha
 Rhododendron
 Spirea
 Yew)
Soil application.  Apply in early
spring when new growth first
appears.  Dispense cartridge in
special device attached to a
garden hose.  Use one cartridge/
1-3 foot high plant.  Apply 1
additional cartridge for each
added foot of height or breadth.
Place probe into root zone under
outer branches to a depth of 6
to 14 inches depending on shallow-
ness of the root system.  Do not
remove device while water is
running.  Repeat probing around
plant until cartridge is dis-
solved.  Repeat at 6 week inter-
vals through midsummer as needed.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.42

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Shrubs  (continued)
Trees
  Aphids
  Lace bugs
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminer, birch
  Leafminer, holly
  Leafminers
  Mimosa webworm
  Mites (including
   spider mites)
  Pine tip moth
  Scale, brown soft
  Scale, camellia
  Scale, tea
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
0.03-0.04 oz./
8-10 sq. ft. of
soil area or/
plant(FM)
     or
0.04 02./5 ft.
of row(FM)

0.02 oz./plant
(FM)
                          0.02 oz./ft.
                          (plants 1-3
                          ft. high),
                          0.04 oz./ft.
                          (plants over
                          3-6 ft. high),
                          0.05 oz./ft.
                          (plants over
                          6-12 ft. high)
                          (FM)

                          4.0-8.0 rounded
                          tbsp.  1%
                                or
                          2.0-4.0 rounded
                          tbsp.  2%/plant
                          (G)
Broadcast soil application.  Dis-
tribute evenly around plant from
near base out to the drip line.
Work lightly into the top 1-2
inches of soil and water thor-
oughly.  Apply at 6 week intervals
as needed.

Transplant soil application.
Place one half the amount in the
transplant hole while filling it.
Work the rest into the top 2
inches of soil and water thor-
oughly.  Apply a*; 6 week intervals
as needed.

Soil application.  Distribute
evenly around plant from near
base out to the drip line.  Work
into the top 1-2 inches of soil
and water thoroughly.
              -or-
Place in 2 or more holes, 4-6
inches deep, scattered under the
drip line.
                  Soil application.  Distribute
                  evenly around plant from near the
                  base out to the drip line.  Work
                  into the top 1-2 inches of soil
                  and water thoroughly.  Use lower
                  rates for plants up to 3 feet
                  high and higher rates for plants
                  over 3 up to 6 feet high.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-28.43

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Shrubs  (continued)
Trees
                          4.0 tbsp. 2%/ft.
                          (plants 1-3 ft.
                          high),
                          0.5 cup 2%/ft.
                          plants over
                          3-6 ft. high),
                          0.75 cup 2%/ft.
                          (plants over
                          6-12 ft. high)
                          (G)

                          2 rounded tbsp.
                          2%/ft.(plants
                          1-3 ft. high),
                          4 rounded tbsp.
                          27,1'ft. (plants
                          over 3-6 ft.
                          high)
                          (G)

                          0.025-0.25 lb./
                          plant
                                 or
                          0.025 Ib./inch
                          of trunk
                          diameter
                          (G)
                Soil application.  Distribute
                evenly around plant from near
                base out to the drip line.  Work
                into the top 1-2 inches of soil
                and water thoroughly.  Repeat in
                4-6 weeks as needed.
                Soil application.  Distribute
                evenly around plant from near
                base out to the drip line.  Work
                into top 1-2 inches of soil and
                water thoroughly.  Repeat at 4-6
                week intervals as needed.
                Distribute evenly around plant
                from near base out to the drip
                line.  Work into soil and water
                thoroughly.  The higher dosage
                per plant is for muck and other
                high organic content soil.
                For transplanting, place disul-
                foton into the planting hole or
                dip plant into a puddling clay
                of 2 parts disulfoton to 4-9
                parts by weight of clay before
                planting.
Issued:  7-30-73
III-D-28.44

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         0,0-DIETHYL S-[2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL] PHOSPHORODITHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Shrubs  (continued)
Trees
                          2%
                          (cartridge)
FOREST. NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELAND
Forest plantings

  Aphids
  Elm leaf beetle
  Lace bugs
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminer, birch
  Leafminer, holly
  Mimosa webworm
  Mites
  Pine tip moth
  Scale, brown soft
  Scale, camellia
  Scale, European elm
  Scale, tea
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
0.025-0.25 lb./
tree
     or
0.025 Ib./inch
of trunk
diameter(G)
                  Soil application.  Apply in early
                  spring when new growth first
                  appears.  Dispense cartridge in
                  special device attached to a
                  garden hose.  Use one cartridge/
                  1-3 foot high plant.  Apply 1
                  additional cartridge for each
                  added foot of height or breadth.
                  Place probe into root zone under
                  outer branches to a depth of 6
                  to 14 inches depending on shallow-
                  ness of the root system.  Do not
                  removed device while water is
                  running.  Repeat probing around
                  plant until cartridge is dis-
                  solved.  Repeat at 6 week intervals
                  through midsummer as needed.
Distribute evenly around plant
from near base out to the drip
line.  Work into soil and water
thoroughly.  The higher dosage
per tree is for muck and other
high organic content soil.
For transplanting, place disul-
foton into the planting hole or
dip tree into a puddling clay
slurry of 2 parts disulfoton to
4-9 parts by weight of clay
before planting.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-28.45

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           0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METHYL-l+-PYRIMIDINYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: EC;  WP; D; G
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
               LEMTCAIICMS
 AJauonds



 Apples

 Apricots

  Bananas
                  (fresh
                  alfalfa)
                     10
                    (hay)
 0.5(nuts
  3(hulls
    0.75

    0.75

 0.2
 not more
 than 0.1
 ppm in
 pulp)
                            Its. actual/A.

                               0.5 (spray)
0.6 (dust)



   k.O

   1.5



   6.0



   6.0

   IKO

   0.5



   2.0
                           Dairy cattle, beef cattle, and sheep; (l)
                           may be grazed immediately following appli-
                           cation; (2) may be fed green alfalfa immed-
                           iately following cutting; and (3) may be
                           fed hay provided alfalfa is not cut for
                           hay for 7 days following treatment. Do not
                           spray livestock directly with either air
                           or ground equipment.
                                             Do not apply within 7 days of cutting or
                                             grazing by animals being finished for
                                             slaughter.

                                             Preplanting broadcast soil application.

                                             Do not graze livestock within 2 days after
                                             application. Do not cut for hay within 10
                                             days after application.

                                            'Ho time limitations.
14 days.  Full coverage spray.

10 days.  Full coverage spray.

Apply in water to achieve thorough
coverage of hanging stems.   No
limitations.

Apply to soil around mats 3 to 4 times
at monthly intervals.  Application should
be made with hand or ground equipment.
 *Proprietary name:   "Diazinon"

 Issued:  5-31-69
                      III-D-29.1

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        0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOraOFHj-6-METHyiM-FmMIDIira,) EHOSPHOKOTHIUATJS
     USB
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
  Bananas
  (continued)
  Barley
  Beans
    (pole)
    (snap)
 Beets
 0.2
 not more
 than 0.1
 ppm in
 pulp)
    NF
   0.75
 (beans)

   25.0
 (forage)

   10.0
   (hay)
  0.75
 (roots
and tops)
 Ibs. actual/A,

      0.0175
(oz. per stem)
                                 0.036
                           (oz. per stem)
  2.0 oz./bu.
     seed

  0.5 (spray)
                             0.75 (spray)
 1.1* (dust)

     10.0

2.0 (granular)


 2.0 oz./bu.
    seed

     10.0

      0.5
 Wettable powder.   Apply to inner surface
 of polyethylene bag which is tied
 securely around newly developing stem
 and left in place until harvest.

 Granular formulations.   Apply in paper
 or plastic envelope and attach to stalk
 above bottom hand of newly developing
 stem.   Then cover stem with polyethylene
 bag which is left in place until  harvest,

 Seed treatment.   Do not use as  food or
 feed.

 Do not apply within 7 days of bean
 harvest.   Treated forage may be fed to
 livestock after 1 day following
 treatment or cut  for hay after  4  days
 following treatment.

 Do not apply within 7 days of bean
 harvest.   Forage  and hay may be fed to
 beef cattle,  dairy cattle  and sheep.
 Wait h days  following treatment if
 forage is to be cut for hay.

 7  days.

 Preplanting broadcast soil application.

Apply  in 6-inch band over row when
plants are 1/2 to 1 inch tall.
                                             Seed treatment.
                                             feed.
                                             Do not  use as food or
                                            Preplanting broadcast soil application.

                                            14 days.
Issued:  5-31-69
                   III-D-29.2

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USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
ippm;

Blueberries
Broccoli




Brussels
sprouts
Cabbage





0-75
0.75




0.75

0.75




Ibs . actual/A.
1.0
0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
1.0

0.06$
(in water)
k.O
0.5
k.o
0-5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
1.0

0.06$
(in water)
10.0

7 days.
5 days .
Furrow and seed treatment at time of
planting.
Apply as a transplant solution at the
rate of one cupful per plant .
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
7 days. Foliar application.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
7 days.
Furrow and seed treatment at time of
planting.
Apply as a transplant solution at the
rate of one cupful per plant.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Issued:   11-15-69
III-D-29.3

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       0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METHYL-^-FYRIMIDINYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Caneberries :
Blackberries
Boysenberries
Dewberries
Loganberries
Raspberries
Carrots


Cauliflower




Celery

Cherries

Citrus
Clover

0.75


0.75


0.75




0.75

0.75

0.75
ko
(fresh
clover )
10
(clover
hay)
Ibs . actual/A .
1.0
6.0

0.5
(foliar spray)
10.0
2.0
0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
1.0

0.06$
(in water)
k.O
0.5
lf.0
5.0
k.o
10.0
0.6
I+.O

7 days .
Apply as a drench to lower canes and
crown area. Do not apply when fruit is
present.

10 days .
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Apply to seed furrow at time of planting.
5 days .
Furrow and seed treatment at time of
planting.
Apply as a transplant solution at the
rate of one cupful per plant .
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
10 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Postharvest application only.
10 days .
21 days.
Dust or spray application. Do not apply
within 7 days of cutting or grazing by
animals being finished for slaughter.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Issued:   5-31-69
III-D-29.4

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    USE
TOLKRANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                        LIMTCAT10KS
Collards
Corn
    0.75
   0.75
 (on ker-
 nels and
 cob with
 husks
 removed)
  40.0
 (on corn
  forage)
Ibs.  actual/A.

 0.5 (spray)
 1.6 (dust)

     4.0

 1.25 (spray)
                               2.0
                           1.6 (dust)
                               1.0
                               2.0
                          5.2 (granular)
                          5.5 (spray)
                              10.0
                           2.0 oz./bu.
                              seed
10 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.

Corn may be picked immediately  following
last application.  Corn forage  may be fed
to dairy cattle, beef cattle, and sheep.

Corn may be picked immediately  following
last application.  Do not  feed  forage to
livestock within ten days  following last
application.

Do not apply within 2 days of harvest.
Do not feed treated forage to animals
being finished for slaughter within 2
days after treatment.

Apply as a spray around base of plants,
between time of planting and last
cultivation.

Soil application to furrow at time of
planting, or in a 10-inch  band  over row
at planting time or when crop begins to
emerge.

Soil application at planting time; 15
inch row spacing, 3^,848 linear feet of
row per acre.


Preplanting  broadcast soil  applica-
tion .

Seed  treatment.  Do  not use as  food
or feed.
Issued:   3-15-70
                     III-D-29.5

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       0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METHYL-^-PYRIMIDINYL) PHOSFHOROTHIOATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATICHS
(Ka;

Cotton

Covpeas
Cranberries
Cucumbers

Dandelions
Endive

Figs

Filberts
Grapes


0.2
(cotton-
seed)
NF
0.1
(cowpeas
and
forage )
0.75
0.75

0.75
0.75

0.75

0.5
0.75

Ibs. actual/A.
1.0 (spray)
2.0 oz./bu.
seed
U.O
3-0
0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
k.O
0.5
0.5
U.O
k.O
2.5
2.0
1.0
0.56

Do not apply within ik days of harvest.
Do not graze treated cotton plants nor
feed gin vaste to livestock.
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Work into soil immediately.
7 days.
7 days .
Ereplanting broadcast soil application.
Do not apply within 10 days of harvest.
10 days.
Freplanting broadcast soil application.
10 days. Full coverage spray.
5 days. Full coverage spray.
No tine limitations.
10 days.
7 days .
Issued:   1-2-70
                                  III-D-29.6

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            0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METHYL-4-PYRIMIDINYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
                       TOLERANCE
                          (ppm)
                DOSAGE
      Grass
        (other than
        range or
        pasture
        grasses but
        including
        Bermuda grass)
60 ppm on
grass of
which not
more than
40 ppm
  shall
remain 24
hrs. aftei
applica-
tion      !

10 ppm on!
jgrass hay |
                                       0.5
                                     (in  oil)
       Grass            i60  ppm on
        ((range  and     'grass  of
        pasture  grasses iwhich  not
        only)(this
        includes  the
        slower  growing
        grass not
        usually used
        for  hay))
                0.5
             (in water)
'more  than
40  ppm
shall
remain 24|
hrs.after j
japplica-  ;
jtion.     j
**
                               LIMITATIONS
                                                 -J-
Ib. actual/A.   j

    0.5
 (in water)
 airy cattle, beef  cattle and  sheep;  (1)
may be grazed immediately following  appli-
cation,  (2) may be  fed  green forage  immedi-
ately following cutting and  (3)  grass  may
be cut for hay 7  days following  treatment.
|Do not repeat application more often than
once every 30 days.



Guar


10 ppm on
grass hay

0.1 (beans
&forage)


0.5
(in oil)
(
P
0.5
i


                Dairy cattle, beef cattle and sheep; (1)
                may be grazed immediately following appli-
                cation, (2) may be fed green forage immedi-
                ately following cutting and (3) grass shoulc
                not be cut for hay for 30 days following
                treatment.  Do not repeat application more
                often than once every 30 days if grass is
                to be grazed.

                Dairy cattle, beef cattle and sheep; (1)
                may be grazed immediately following appli-
                cation, (2) may be fed green forage immedi-
                ately following cutting and (3) grass
                should not be cut for hay for 21 days fol-
                lowing treatment.  Do not repeat applica-
                tion more often than once every 30 days.
                            Dairy cattle,  beef cattle and sheep; (1)
                            may be grazed  immediately following appli-
                            cation, (2)  may be fed green forage imme-
                            diately following cutting and (3) grass
                           [should not be  cut for hay for 30 days
                            following treatment.   Do not repeat appli-
                            cation more often than once every 30 days
                            if grass is to be grazed.

                            Use restricted to Oklahoma and Texas only.
                            Do not make more than three applications to
                            the same crop.  Do not apply within 12
                            weeks of harvest.  Do not graze or feed
                            treated forage to livestock within 12 weeks
                            of harvest.
      Issued:   8-30-73
              III-D-29.7
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       0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METHYL-4-PYRIMIDINYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMLTATIOISIS
(ppm)

Hops
Kale

Lespedeza
Lettuce

Lima beans





Melons


0.75
0.75

1.0
0.75

0.75
(beans)
25.0
(forage)
10.0
(hay)




0.75

Ibs . actual/A.
1.0 (spray)
2.0 (dust)
0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
4.0
k.Q
0.5
10.0
0.5 (spray)
0.75 (spray)
1.4 (dust)
4.0
2.0 (granular)
2.0 oz./bu.
seed
0.75 (spray)
1.4 (dust)
4.0

14 days .
10 days.
Ereplanting broadcast soil application.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Work into soil immediately.
10 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Do not apply within 7 days of bean
harvest. Treated forage may be fed to
livestock after 1 day following treatment
or cut for hay after 4 days following
treatment .
Do not apply within 7 days of bean
harvest . Forage and hay may be fed to
beef cattle, dairy cattle and sheep.
Wait 4 days following treatment if forage
is to be cut for hay.
7 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Apply in a 6- inch band over row when
plants are 1/2 to 1 inch tall.
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
5 days.

Issued:   5-31-69
III-D-29.8

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USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMTTAHONS
(ppm)

Mustard greens


Nectarines
Oats

Olives
Onions
(including
green onions)


Parsley


Parsnips


0.75


0.75
NF

1.0
0.75




0.75


0.75

Ibs. actual/A.
1.0


k.Q
2.0 oz. /bu.
seed
12.0
0.5 (spray)
1.2 (dust)

k.O
1.5
0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)
U.O
0.5
k.O

Broadcast soil application 1-2 days
prior to sowing seed or transplanting.
Mix immediately with top 1-2" of soil.
10 days. Full coverage spray.
Seed treatment . Do not use as food or
feed.
75 days.
10 days .


Preplanting broadcast soil treatment.
Apply to furrow at time of planting.
12 days.

Preplanting broadcast soil application.
10 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Issued:  9-11-70
III-D-29.9

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          0,0-DIESraYL 0-(2-ISOPROPyL-6-METHYL-^-PYRIMIDnJYL)  PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
 Peaches

 Peanuts
 Pears
 Peas
Pecans

Peppers
   0.75

   0.75
 (in nuts
 kO ppm
 (in for-
 age)
 10 ppm
 (in hull
 and hay)

   0.75
   0.75
 (peas
 with
 shells
 removed)

    10
 (peavlne
    hay)

    25
 (peavine

   0.5

   0.75
Ibs. actual/A.

      U.O

      U.O


      2.0
     12.0

      6.0


      0.5
                                10.0
 2.0 oz./bu.
     seed

     3-0

     5.0

 0.25 (spray)
 1.6 (dust)
 20 days.

 Apply just prior to pegging and work
 into top few inches of soil immediately.

 21 days.  Livestock (l) may "be fed
 peanut hulls,  (2) may be fed peanut
 forage 7 days  following treatment, and
 (3)  may be fed peanut hay 21 days
 following treatment.

 Postharvest application.

 14 days.  Full coverage spray.


 Peas may be picked immediately.
 Peavines and peavine hay may be fed to
 dairy cattle,  beef cattle,  and sheep.
 Wait k days following treatment if
 forage is to be cut for hay.

 Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Seed treatment.  Do not use as food or
feed.

Do not apply after husks crack.

No application after first bloom.

5 days.


Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Issued:  5-31-69
                     III-D-29.10

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      0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6^1ETinL-U-PYRIMIDINYL)  PHOSPHOROTHIQATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LDOTATICWS
(ppm)

Pineapples
Potatoes



Plums
Prunes
Radishes


Bye
Sorghum



0.75
(pine-
apple)
IK)
(pine.-
apple
forage)
0.1



0.75
0.75
0.75


HF
0.75
(grain)
10
(forage)


Ib s . actual/A .
2.0
5-0
2.0
2.0
3.0
(granular)
6.0
k.O
k.O
0.5
2.0
10.0
2.0 oz./bu.
seed
0.5
k.O
2.0
(granular)
2.0 oz./bu.
seed

Pineapple forage and refuse may be fed
to livestock 7 days after last
application.
Postharvest application to vegetative
slips on the plants.
Foliar spray. J5 days.
Preplanting band soil application.
Freplanting band soil application.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Full coverage spray. 10 days.
Full coverage spray. 10 days.
10 days.
Apply to furrow at time of planting.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
Do not apply within 7 days of harvest
for grain. Crop may be fed to livestock
immediately following treatment.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Apply in a 10-inch band over row at
planting time or when crop begins to
emerge.
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
Issued:   9-11-70
III-D-29.11

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        0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-METffifL-4-PYRIMIDINYL) FHOSPHOROTHIQATK
USE TCMlAliCE DOSAGE UMEEAKCKS
(ppm)

Soybeans

Spinach

Squash (summer)

Squash (winter)

Strawberries


Sugar beets


0.1
( soybeans
and
forage )
NF
0.75

0.75

0.75

0.75


10
(tops)
0.75
(roots)

Ibs. actual/A.
U.O
2.0 (granular)
2.0 oz./bu.
seed
0.5
U.o
0.75 (spray)
l.U (dust)
U.O
0.75 (spray)
l.U (dust)
U.O
1.0
5.0
1.0 (spray)
1.2 (dust)
U.O
0.5 (spray)
2.0
( granular )

Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Work into soil immediately.
Apply in a 6- inch band over row when
plants are 1/2-1 inch high.
Seed treatment. Do not use for food,
feed or oil.
10 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
7 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
5 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Broadcast soil application 1 to 2 days
prior to sowing seed in plant beds or
transplanting in fields. Mix with top
1-2" of soil.
Postharvest use only.
5 days.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
No time limitations. Tops may be fed
to dairy and beef animals .
Soil treatment at planting time.
Apply in a 5- 7- inch band above
seed, or as a furrow treatment
after seed is covered .
Issued:   2-27-70
III-D-29.12

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        0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOEROFyL-6-METHYL-4-PYRIMIDINYL)  PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
    USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                         LIMITATIONS
Sugarcane
Sweetpotatoes
Swiss chard
Tobacco
Tomatoes
    0.75
    0.1
    0.75
    0.75
l"bs.  actual/A.

k.O (spray)
6.0 (granular)

2.5 (granular)
0.5 (spray)


     3.0

     4,0

0.5 (spray)
1.6 (dust)

     k.O

     3


     12


0.5 (spray)

  1 (dust)

0.75 (spray)
0.8  (dust)

1.0 (granular)

1.6 (dust)

    10.0
Apply in a 12-inch band over seed pieces
in open furrow at time of planting.

Broadcast application to young plants.
Do not apply more than k times per
growing season.  Allow 28 days between
last application and harvest.  At that
time, bagasse and forage may be fed to
livestock.

1 day.  Foliar application.  Bagasse and
forage may be fed to livestock.

Apply at time roots begin to enlarge.

Preplanting broadcast soil application.

12 days.


Preplanting broadcast soil application.

Soil treatment 3 to 4 weeks before
transplanting.  Incorporate into soil.

Plant bed treatment.  Apply as a drench
with sprinkling can.

Do not apply within Ik days of harvest.

Do not apply within 14 days of harvest.

1 day.


No time limitations.

3 days.

Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Issued:  5-31-69
                     III-D-29.13

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      0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOPROPYL-6-fffiTHYL-4-PYRIMIDINYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Tropical fruits

Turnips




Walnuts
Watercress
Watermelons


Wheat

Miscellaneous :

Range land
Ditchbanks
Roadsides
Wasteland
Noncrop areas
Barrier strips






NF

0.75
(roots
and tops


0.5
0.75
0.75


NF

60 ppm on
grass of
which not
more than
UO ppm
shall
remain 2k
hrs. after
applica-
tion

10 ppm on
grass hay
Ibs. actual/A.
30 gms./A.

0.75 (spray)
1.6 (dust)

1.0
10.0
3.0
0.5
0.75 (spray)
lA (dust)
lf.0
2.0 oz./bu.
seed
0.5













Fruit pomace bait formulation. Do not
contaminate fruit.
10 days .


Apply to furrow at time of planting.
Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Do not apply after the husks open.
5 days. Use restricted to Hawaii.
3 days.

Preplanting broadcast soil application.
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
Dairy cattle, beef cattle, and sheep; (l)
may be grazed immediately following
application; (2) may be fed green forage
immediately following cutting; and (3)
may be fed hay provided grass is not cut.
for hay for 21 days if the spray is a
water solution or for 30 days if the
spray is an oil solution. Do not spray
livestock directly with either air or
ground equipment . Do not repeat the
application for 30 days.


Issued:  -5-31-69
III-D-29.14

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      0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOFROPYL-6-METHYL-4-PYRIMIDlNYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
    USB
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
   DOSAGE
                                                         LBGTATICNS
Animals:

  Sheep
    0-75
  (fat,
 nieat, anc
 meat by-
 products )
Agricultural
 premises:

 Barns
 Animal sleep-
 ing  quarters
  (except
   dairy
   barns,
   milk rooms,
   and  poultry
   houses)
   NF

   NF
      0.03$
   (in water)
                                0.06$
                             (in water)
                               2.0$
                               (dust)
120 mgs./sq..  ft
            5.0$ (dust)
                           2.0$ (bait)
                           10.0 gras./
                           100 sq. ft.
Apply one gallon per animal as a high
pressure spray.  Do not apply within
lU days of slaughter.

Apply one quart per animal as a low
pressure spray or as a sprinkler can
application.  Do not apply within  14
days of slaughter.

Apply 1 1/2 oz. per animal. Do not
apply within lU days of slaughter.
Apply to interior and  exterior  surfaces
as a residual spray.   Do not  contaminate
milk, feed, or drinking  water.   Do not
apply to animals.  (Add  sugar or molasses
for bait spray.)

Apply thoroughly in cracks, crevices,
and places where insects hide or
congregate.  Do not contaminate milk,
feed, or drinking water.

Dry sugar bait formulation.   Apply ko
gms. of bait per 1,000 sq. ft.  of floor
space.

Dry sugar bait formulation.   Apply over
breeding area.
Isaued:   2-25-72
                    III-D-29.15

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       0,0-DIETHYL 0-(2-ISOFROPYL-6-METHYL-U-PYRIMIDINYL)  PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
  DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
Mushroom houses
Poultry houses
 (for caged
 poultry only)
    NF
    NF
    1.0$
 (in water)
                             (in water)
1 oz.  actual/
500 sq.  ft.
Apply as a spray to all exterior and
interior surfaces and ventilators after
compost has been pasteurized by heating.
Do not apply to compost or after
spawning.

Apply with a brush to wooden sides of
beds, doors, posts, and other interior
surfaces after compost has been
pasteurized.

Use one ounce in 5 gallons of water per
500 square feet of poultry droppings
under caged poultry only.  Do not use in
poultry houses except for fly maggot
control in manure where poultry is on
wire and cannot come in contact with the
product.
Issued: 2-27-TO
                   III-D-29.16

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                0,0-DIETHYL 0-[p-(METHYLSULFINYQPHENYL]  PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*

          PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC,  G

          TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide

                General Warnings  and Limitations

                Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
                treatment  or residues on crops.   Protective information may be obtained
                from your  Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

                Livestock  Tolerances

                0.02 ppm (meat,  fat, meat byproducts of cattle,  goats,  sheep).

          Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                                    actual
          AGRICULTURAL CROPS

          Corn (field, pop,
                and sweet)

                Refer also  to Corn (field only)
            Corn rootworms
                          0.5-1.0 Ib./A.
                          (with 40-inch
                          row spacing)
                               or
                          0.6-1.2 oz./
                          1,000 ft. of
                          row(with any
                          row spacing)
                          (EC,G)
0.1 ppm (grain).
1.0 ppm (fodder,  forage).
40 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A. or 1.2 oz./l,000 ft. of
row for applications during
cultivation.
Do not place treated zones (bands
or furrows) closer together than
6 inches.

Band application at planting.
Dilute EC in water.  Apply in a
4- to 6-inch band behind planter
shoe and in front of press wheel.
**
*0,0-diethyl 0-[4-(methylsulfinyl)phenyl]phosphorothioate is also acceptable
 in the ingredient statement.
          *Dasanit

          Issued:  8-30-73
                            III-D-30.1
  Replaces page issued  7-30-73

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      0,0-DIETHYL 0-[p-(METHYLSULFINYL)PHLi\TYL] PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Corn (field, pop,
      and sweet)
  (continued)
  Corn rootworms
   (continued)
  Seed corn beetle
  Seed corn maggot
Corn (field only)
0.5-1.0 Ib./A.
(with 4-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.6-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)
(EC)

0.75-1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.9-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)(EC)
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.2 oz./l,000
ft. of row(any
row spacing)(G)
Split-boot application at planting.
Apply in combination with liquid
fertilizer as bands two inches
away from seed on both sides of
the planting row.  An additional
emulsifier may be needed with high
phosphorous fertilizers.
Band application at cultivation.
Apply evenly in water in a 4- to
6-inch band along the row around
the base of the stalks.  Apply
directly in front of the culti-
vating equipment.  Consult your
Cooperative Agricultural Exten-
sion Service for proper timing.
One application at cultivation
may be made in addition to one
EC application at planting, but
do not apply more than twice per
season by any one method or com-
bination of methods.

Use restricted to Midwestern
States.  Band application at
planting.  Apply in a 4- to 6-
inch band behind planter shoe
and in front of the press wheel.
                  0.1 ppm (grain).
                  1.0 ppm (fodder, forage).
                  40 day preharvest interval through
                  1.0 Ib./A. or 1.2 oz./l,000 ft.
                  of row for applications during
                  cultivation.
                  Do not place treated zones (bands
                  or furrows) closer together than
                  6 inches.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-30.2

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Corn  (field only)
  (continued)
  Corn rootwortns
Onions (dry bulb only)

  Onion maggot
Peanuts
0.75-1.0 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.9-1.2 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)(G)
1.0 lb./A.(with
18-inch row
spacing)
     or
0.5-0.55 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)
(EC.G)
Band application at cultivation.
Apply in a 4- to 6-inch band
along the row around the base of
the stalks.  Apply directly in
front of the cultivating equip-
ment.  Consult your Cooperative
Agricultural Extension Service
for proper timing.  One applica-
tion at cultivation may be made
in addition to one at planting,
but do not apply more than twice
per season by any one method or
combinations of methods.

0.1 ppm (dry onions).

Use restricted to the North
Central and Northeastern States.
Furrow application at planting.
Distribute evenly in the seed
furrow.  Apply EC in 100 gallons
of water per acre.  Do not use
on green bunching onions.  Do not
place treated zones (bands or
furrows) closer together than
6 inches.

0.05 ppm (peanuts).
5.0 ppm (hulls).
Do not apply more than 7.0 Ib./A.
per crop year.
Do not feed vines or hay from
treated fields to livestock.
Do not place treated zones (bands
or furrows) closer together than
6 inches.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-30.3

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Peanuts  (continued)

  Lesser cornstalk
   borer
  Southern corn
   rootworm
  Thrips (early
   season reduction)
1.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.1 oz./l.OOO
ft. of row(with
any row spacing)
(EC)
2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
2.2-4.4 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)(G)

2.0-4.0 Ib./A.
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
      or
2.2-4.4 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)
(EC,G)

3.0-6.0 Ib./A.
(EC,G)
Use restricted to Oklahoma and
Texas.  Postplanting band appli-
cation.  Apply in 20-30 gallons
of water per acre as a basal
directed spray.  Repeat as needed,
but do not exceed 4 applications
per crop.  Do not apply within
30 days of harvest.  Do not apply
basal directed spray if any spray
or granular application was made
at planting or pegging.

Band application at pegging.
Apply in a 12- to 18-inch band
over the row.  Incorporate into
the top 1-2 inches of soil on
each side of row.
Use of granular formulation
restricted to the Southeastern
States.  Preplant band application.
Apply EC in water.  Apply in a 12-
to 18-inch band.  Incorporate into
top 4-6 inches of soil.  Plant
seed in the center of the treated
band.
                                            Use of granular formulation
                                            restricted to the Southeastern
                                            States.  Preplant broadcast
                                            application.  Apply EC in water.
                                            Incorporate into the top 4-6
                                            inches of soil.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-30.4

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      0,0-DIETHYL 0-[p-(METHYLSULFINYL)PHENYL] PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Potatoes

  Southern potato
   wireworm
  Tobacco wirewortn

  Tuber flea beetle
   (larvae)
  Wireworms
   (Ctenicera spp.)

Sugar beets

  Sugarbeet
   root maggot
Sweet potatoes

  (Southern potato
   wireworm)
2.0 Ib./A.(G)
5.0 Ib./A.(G)
1.0-2.0 Ib./A.
(with 22-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.66-1.33 oz./
1,000 ft. of
row(with any
row spacing)(G)
7.0 lb./A.(G)
0.1 ppm.

Preplant broadcast soil applica-
tion.  Incorporate into top 3-4
inches of soil.

Preplant broadcast soil applica-
tion.  Incorporate into top 3-4
inches of soil.
0.05 ppm (roots and tops).

Band application at planting.
Apply in a 4- to 6-inch band
in one of the following ways:
(1) Apply in front of the planter,
incorporate lightly into the soil
soil with shallow tilling equip-
ment, and plant seed in center of
treated band, or (2) apply one
inch or more above the seed
behind the planter shoe and in
front of the press wheel.  Do not
allow granules to directly con-
tact the seed.  For light, sandy
soils, use only the lower dosage.
Do not place treated zones (bands
or furrows) closer together than
6 inches.

0.5 ppm.

Use restricted to Southeastern
States.  Claims are limited to
aid in the reduction of feeding
damage.  Preplant broadcast
application.  Incorporate into
top 4-6 inches of soil.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-30.5

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Tobacco

  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Wireworms
  Wireworms
4.0 lb./A.(EC)
                          0.6 oz./l,000
                          ft. of row
                          (with 48-inch
                          row spacing)(EC)
2.0 lb./A.(EC,G)
                          3.0 oz./l,000
                          ft. of row
                          (with any row
                          spacing)(EC,G)
NF.

Use restricted to Delaware, Flor-
ida, Georgia, Maryland, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia,
and West Virginia.  Broadcast in
water or liquid fertilizer spray
before planting.  Incorporate into
the top 2-3 inches of soil.  Do
not make more than one field
application per crop season.
Formulated with 0,0-diethyl
S-[2- (ethylthio)ethyl] phosphoro=
dithioate.

Use restricted to Delaware, Flor-
ida, Georgia, Maryland, North
Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia,
and West Virginia.  Preplant band
application.  Apply in a 10- to
12-inch band over the row.  In-
corporate into the top 2-3 inches
of soil.  Do not make more than
one field application.  For-
mulated with 0,0-diethyl
S-[2-(ethylthio)ethyl] phosphoro=
dithioate.

Preplant broadcast application.
Apply EC in sufficient water for
even coverage.  Incorporate into
top 2-3 inches of soil.

Preplant band application.  Apply
in a 10- to 12-inch band.  Apply
EC in sufficient water for even
coverage.  Incorporate into top
2-3 inches of soil.  Do not place
treated zones (bands or furrows)
closer together than 6 inches.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-30.6

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              0,0-DIETHYL 0-2-PYRAZINYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMATION:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
Site and Pest
Asparagus
  Garden symphylan
Dosage

actual
6.0-10 Ib./A.
(EC)
Beans, snap
  Garden symphylan
2.0 lb./A.(EC)
                          0.07 lb./l,000
                          ft. of row(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.
Use restricted to the westerr.
states.

Broadcast soil application.
Apply prior to transplanting or
after transplanting, but before
first spears emerge.  Incorporate
thoroughly into soil immediately
after application.  Do not har-
vest crop until second year after
application.  Do not apply to
established beds.

0.1 ppm (beans, vines).
Use restricted to Colorado and
the Pacific Northwest.

Broadcast soil application at
planting.  Apply in at least 30
gallons of water per acre.  In-
corporate into soil on day of
application.

Band application at planting.
Apply in sufficient water in an
18-inch band centered over the
row.  Incorporate into the soil
on day of application.
*Zinophos

Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-32.1

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              0,0-DIETHYL 0-2-PYRAZINYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance) Use, Limitations

                          actual
Broccoli
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
Cauliflower

  Cabbage maggot
  Garden symphylan
Corn
  Garden symphylan
0.125 lb./50
gal. water(EC)
(0.03%
suspension)

2.0 lb./A.(EC)
                          0.07 lb./l,000
                          ft. of row(EC)
2.0 lb./A.(EC)
                          0.07 lb./l,000
                          ft. of row(EC)
                  0.1 ppm.
                  Use restricted to the Pacific
                  Northwest.
Apply 4-6 fluid ounces per plant
at time of transplanting.  Higher
dosages may cause plant injury.
Broadcast soil application at
planting.  Apply in at least 30
gallons of water per acre.  In-
corporate into the soil on day
of application.

Band application at planting.
Apply in sufficient water in an
18-inch band centered over the
row.  Incorporate into the soil
on day of application.

0.1 ppm [forage, fodder, grain,
fresh corn  (kernels plus cob with
husks removed)].
Use restricted to the Pacific
Northwest.

Broadcast soil application at
planting.  Apply in at least 30
gallons of water per acre.  In-
corporate into tehe soil on day
of application.

Band application at planting.
Apply in sufficient water in an
18-inch band centered over the
row.  Incorporate into the soil
on day of application.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-32.2

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              0,0-DIETHYL 0-2-PYRAZINYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Mint
  Garden symphylan
Strawberries
  Garden symphylan
2.0-5.0 Ib./A.
(EC)
                          5.0 lb./A.(EC)
2.0 Ib./A.(EC)
                          0.07 lb./l,000
                          ft. of row(EC)
                          0.125 Ib./lOO
                          gal. water(EC)
                          (0.015% sus-
                          pension)

                          1.5 lb./200-
                          400 gal. water/
                          A.(EC)
0.1 ppm.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Northwest.

Spring treatment.  Apply in a
minimum of 30 gallons of water
per acre just prior to first
cultivation in early April.
Cultivate on day of application
and irrigate as soon as possible.

Fall treatment.  Apply in a
minimum of 30 gallons of water
per acre just prior to fall
plowing.  Plow down on day of
application.

0.1 ppm.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Northwest.
                   I

Broadcast soil application at
planting.  Apply in at least 30
gallons of water per acre.  In-
corporate into the soil on day
of application.

Band application at planting.
Apply in sufficient water in an
18-inch band centered over the
row.  Incorporate into the soil
on day of application.
                  Postplant drench.
                  ounces per plant.
                  vest interval.
                   Apply 8 fluid
                   90 day prehar-
                  Postharvest application.  Apply
                  as a low pressure, drenching
                  spray.  Sprinkler irrigate with
                  one acre inch of water immediately
                  after treatment.  Do not apply
                  later than August 15.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-32.3

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              0,0-DIETHYL 0-2-PYRAZINYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Sugar beets
  Garden symphylan
2.0 lb./A.(EC)
                          0.07 lb./l,000
                          ft. of row(EC)
0.1 ppm (roots, tops).
Use restricted to Colorado and
the Pacific Northwest.
Do not graze or feed treated
sugar beet tops to livestock.

Broadcast soil application at
planting.  Apply in at least 30
gallons of water per acre.  In-
corporate into soil on day of
application.

Band application at planting.
Apply in sufficient water in an
18-inch band centered over the
row.  Incorporate into the soil
on day of application.
Issued:    7-30-73
  III-D-32.4

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                             DIMETHOATE*

 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP

 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly  toxic to bees exposed  to  direct
      treatment or residues on  crops.  Protective  information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

      Livestock and Poultry Tolerances

      0.02 ppm in eggs an4 meat, fat, and meat byproducts of cattle, goats,
      horses, poultry, sheep and swine.

      0.002 ppm in milk.

 Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

 AGRICULTURAL CROPS

 Where a dosage range is given, use the lower rate  on small or young  plants
 and against light infestations.  Use the higher rate on large or  more
 mature plants and against heavy pest infestations.

 Alfalfa                                     2.0 ppm.
  (grown for hay)                            10 day preharvest or  pregrazing
                                            interval through 0.5  Ib./A.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Do not apply to alfalfa  during
                                            bloom  period.
                                            Make only one application per
                                            season.

   (Alfalfa weevil)        0.083-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  Effective
   (larvae)                                 only on the cutting to which
  Aphids                                    applied.  Claims for  alfalfa
  Grasshoppers                              weevil control are limited to
  Leafhoppers                               population reduction  only.
  Lygus bugs
*0,0-dimethyl S-[(methylcarbamoyl)methyl] phosphorodithioate; Cygon

Issued:  1-14-74            III-D-34.1

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Alfalfa
 (grown for seed)
  (Alfalfa weevil)
   (larvae)
  Aphids
  Grasshoppers
  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs

Apples
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)

1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Beans
 (dry, green,
  lima, snap)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Lygus bugs
  Mites
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest or pregrazing
interval through 0.5 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not apply to alfalfa during
bloom period.
Do not feed livestock on
threshings or stubble within
10 days of application.

Foliage application.
Claims for alfalfa weevil con-
trol are limited to population
reduction only.
2.0 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval through
6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply during bloom period.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Make a min-
imum of 2 applications no more
than 2 weeks apart.  For best
aphid control, apply from green
tip through early cover sprays
and as needed thereafter.

2.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not feed treated vines to
livestock.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.2

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest



Broccoli



  Aphids

Cabbage



  Aphids

Cauliflower



  Aphids

Citrus
 (nonbearing including
 nursery stock)
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  2.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
                  2.0 ppm.
                  3 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
                  2.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
                  NF.
                  Do not enter groves or nurseries
                  within 4 days of last application.
      Refer to Grapefruit, Lemons. Oranges, and Tangerines for uses on
      trees that will bear fruit within one year.
  Aphids
  Thrips
0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          2.0/A.(EC)
Collards
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
0.25/A.(EC)
Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage application.
Repeat as needed.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Soil drench.  For
use on 1 to 3 year old trees.
Apply in furrow or soil ring
around tree base.  Apply when
injury to new growth appears.

2.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.3

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Site and Pest
Cotton
Compendium of Registered Pesticides

         DIMETHOATE

      Dosage
  Aphids
  Fleahoppers
  Mites

  Thrips
  Black fleahopper
   complex
  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs
Endive (escarole)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                          lb. actual
                        0.1 ppm (cottonseed).
                        14 day preharvest interval through
                        0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                        Do not repeat applications within
                        14 days.
                        Do not feed treated forage or
                        graze livestock on treated fields.

      0.11-0.22/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  For early
                        season control.
      0.11-0.22/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  For early
                        season control.

      0.25/A.(EC)       Use restricted to Arizona and
                        California.  Foliage application.

      0.5/A.(EC)        Use restricted to Arizona and
                        California.  Foliage application.
                        Make up to 2 applications per
                        season.

      0.25/A.(EC)       Use restricted to Arizona and
                        California.  Foliage application.

      0.5/A.(EC)        Use restricted to Arizona and
                        California.  Foliage application.
                        Make up to 2 applications per
                        season.

                        2.0 ppm.
                        14 day preharvest interval through
                        0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

      0.25/A.(EC)       Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
        III-D-34.4

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Grapefruit
  Aphids
  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
  Scales (excluding
   black scale
   snow scales)

  Thrips
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
                          1.0-2.0/A.
                          15-20 gal.
                          water(EC)
           in
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC)

0.5-0.75/100
gal. water
(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC)

1.0-2.0/A. in
15-20 gal. water
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm (grapefruit).
5.0 ppm (dried citrus pulp for
cattle feed).
15 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./lOO gal. water.  Foliage
application.  Ground equipment.
15 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Aerial application.
45 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./lOO gal. water.
Foliage application.  Ground
equipment.
Do not apply during bloom period.
Do not treat seedlings.
Make up to 2 applications to
mature fruit.
Do not enter treated groves within
4 days of application.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.

Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as
a thorough cover spray with
ground equipment.

Foliage application.  Apply as
a thorough cover spray with
ground equipment.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.

Aerial application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.5

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                                 DIMETHOATE
    Site and Pest
    Grapefruit   (continued)

      Whiteflies
    Grapes
      (including canning,
     raisin, table, wine)
      Grape leafhopper
       complex
      Pacific spider mite
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC)
1.5-2.0/A.(WP)
**
    Kale
      Aphids
      Leafhoppers
      Leafminers
0.25/A.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.

1.0 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval
through 2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  For dilute
ground equipment apply in 200
to 400 gallons and for concen-
trate ground equipment apply
in 20 to 40 gallons of water
per acre, depending upon growth
density.  For aerial application,
apply in 15 to 30 gallons of
water per acre.
To avoid possible, objectionable
(visible) deposits on canning or
table grapes at maturity, do not
apply after berries reach 1/4
inch in diameter.

2.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
    Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-34.6
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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Lemons
  Aphids
  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)

1.0-2.0/A. in
15-20 gal.
water(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm (lemons).
5.0 ppm (dried citrus pulp for
cattle feed).
15 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./lOO gal. water,.  Foliage
application.  Ground equipment.
15 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Aerial application.
45 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./lOO gal. water.
Foliage application.  Ground
equipment.
Do not apply during bloom period.
Do not treat seedlings.
Make up to 2 applications to
mature fruit.
Do not enter treated groves within
4 days of application.
When a mixture of 2 or more
organophosphate insecticides is
applied, the reentry interval
shall be extended by adding to
the longest applicable interval
an additional 50% of that inter-
val.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.
                                            Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.7

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Lemons (continued)

  Scales (excluding
   black scale,
   snow scales)
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
Lettuce
 (head, leaf)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers

Melons
 (excluding
 watermelons)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.5-0.75/100
gal. water,
2-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8Z/
gal. water(EC)
                          1.0-2.0/A.
                          15-20 gal.
                          water(EC)
           in
0.5/100 gal.
water,
2-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.25/A.(EC)
      Refer also to Watermelons.
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
  Thrips
0.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.
Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
2.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A. for head lettuce.
Foliage application.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A. for leaf lettuce.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  3 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.8

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Mustard greens
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers

Oranges
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25/A.(EC)
  Aphids
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
                          1.0-2.0/A.
                          15-20 gal.
                          water(EC)
           in
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2,0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0,25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
2.0 ppm (oranges).
5.0 ppm (dried citrus pulp for
cattle feed).
15 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./lOO gal. water.  Foliage
application.  Ground equipment.
15 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Aerial application.
45 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./lOO gal. water.
Foliage application.  Ground
equipment.
Do not apply during bloom period.
Do not treat seedlings.
Make up to 2 applications to
mature fruit.
Do not enter treated groves within
4 days of application.
When a mixture of 2 or more
organophosphate insecticides is
applied, the reentry interval
shall be extended by adding to
the longest applicable interval
an additional 50% of that inter-
val.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.
Aerial application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  1II-D-34.9

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Oranges  (continued)

  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
  Scales (excluding
   black scale,
   snow scales)
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
Pears
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
  Pear psylla
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8Z/
gal. water(EC)

0.5-0.75/100
gal. water,
2-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water,
1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
                          1.0-2.0/A.
                          15-20 gal.
                          water(EC)
           in
0.5/100 gal.
water,
2-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)

1-3 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.
Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
2.0 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval through
6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply during bloom period.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Make a
minimum of 2 applications no more
than 2 weeks apart.  For best
aphid control, apply from green
tip through early cover sprays
and as needed thereafter.
Issued:  1-14-74
  II1-D-34.10

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Peas
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Aphids

Pecans
0.166/A.(EC)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites

Peppers
  Aphids
  Leafminers
  Pepper maggot

Potatoes
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
0.33/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.166 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not feed or graze hay within
21 days after last application
when a stationary viner is used.
Do not feed or graze hay when a
mobile viner is used.

Foliage application.

0.1 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
0.33 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not graze livestock in treated
groves.

Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.

2.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.33 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.33/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  0.2 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.11

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Safflower
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs
  Thrips
Sorghum
 (milo)
  Aphids (including
   greenbug)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm (safflower seed).
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not repeat application within
                  14 days.

                  Use restricted to Arizona and
                  California.  Foliage application.

                  Use restricted to Arizona and
                  California.  Foliage application.
                  Do not make more than 2 applica-
                  tions per season.

                  0.1 ppm (grain).
                  0.2 ppm (forage).
                  28 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Make up to 3 applications per
                  season.
0.11-0.22/A.(EC)  Foliage application against light
                  infestations on sorghum prior to
                  head formation.
0.25/A.(EC)


0.5/A.(EC)
                          0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
Spinach
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
0.25/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application against
                  moderate to heavy infestations.

                  2.0 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.12

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Swiss chard
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers

Tangerines
0.25/A.(EC)
  Aphids
  Mites (excluding
   rust mites)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC)

1.0-2.0/A. in
15-20 gal.
water(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
2.0 ppm (tangerines).
5.0 ppm (dried citrus pulp for
cattle feed).
15 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./lOO gal. water.  Foliage
application.  Ground equipment.
15 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Aerial application.
45 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./lOO gal. water.
Foliage application.  Ground
equipment.
Do not apply during bloom period.
Do not treat seedlings.
Make up to 2 applications to
mature fruit.
Do not enter treated groves within
4 days of application.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.

Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.13

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Tangerines  (continued)

  Scales (excluding
   black scale
   snow scales)

  Thrips
  Whiteflies
Tobacco
  Aphids

Tomatoes
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers

Turnips
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.5-0.75/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0-2.0/A. in
15-20 gal.
water(EC)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply &B a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.

Foliage application.  Apply as
an outside cover spray with
ground equipment.

Aerial application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
thorough cover spray with ground
equipment.

NF.
21 day preharvest interval througl
0.33 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.33/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  2.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
0.25/A.(EC)
2.0 ppm (tops, roots).
14 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.14

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Watermelons
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Leafminers

Wheat
  Aphids
   (including
   greenbug)

  Brown wheat mite
Dosage

actual
0.25-0.5 Ib./A.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
3 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                  0.04 ppm (grain).
                  2.0 ppm (green fodder, straw).
                  14 day pregrazing interval for
                  immature plants through 0.33
                  Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  60 day preharvest interval through
                  0.33 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

0.25-0.33 Ib./A.  Use restricted to Kansas, Oklahoma,
(EC)              South Dakota and Texas.  Foliage
                  application.

0.11-0.22 Ib./A.  Use restricted to Kansas, Oklahoma
(EC)              and Texas.   Foliage application.
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Treatments will control adult house flies for up to 8 weeks.
Do not contaminate feed and foodstuffs, drinking fountains, litter and
feed troughs.
Do not treat freshly white-washed surfaces.
May be formulated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate or naled.

(Dairy Barns and Milk Rooms)

      Do not treat milk rooms, milk storage rooms or milk processing plants.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.15

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Dairy barns

  House fly
   (adults)
1.0%(EC)
  House fly
   (maggots)
                          1.1-1.25%(EC)
1.0-1.25%(EC)
(Poultry Houses and Yards)

Poultry houses
  House fly
   (adults)
1.0%(EC)
  House fly
   (maggots)
                          1.1-1.25%(EC)
1.0-1.25%(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.002 ppm (milk).

Residual application.  Remove
animals from buildings prior to
treatment.  Apply to ceilings,
walls and stanchions to the point
of runoff or at the rate of 1
gallon per 500 to 1,000 square
feet.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply to areas
frequented by flies such as
around doorways and windows.

Apply to breeding areas as a
coarse spray or with a watering
can.  Repeat as needed or when
fresh manure or refuse is added.
Addition of a spreader-sticker
will aid in spray penetration.
0.02 ppm (eggs, meat, fat and
meat byproducts of poultry).

Residual application.  Remove
poultry from buildings prior to
treatment.   Apply to ceilings and
walls to the point of runoff or
at the rate of 1 gallon per 500
to 1,000 square feet.  Repeat as
needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply to areas
frequented by flies such as
around doorways and windows.

Apply to poultry droppings in
caged layer houses.  Repeat as
needed.
Addition of a spreader-sticker
will aid in spray penetration.
Poultry need not be removed from
caged layer houses before treating
droppings.
Do not treat birds.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.16

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
(Animal Buildings Other Than Dairy and Poultry)
Farm buildings
 (including
 calf barns
 livestock shelters
 stables
 swine pens)

  House fly
   (adults)
1.0%(EC)
  House fly
   (maggots)
                          1.1-1.25%(EC)
1.0-1.25%(EC)
(Feedlots and Holding Pens)
(Outdoor Areas)

Feedlots and holding pens
 (including corrals)
Outdoor areas
  House fly
   (adults)
1.0%(EC)
                          1.1-1.25%(EC)
                  0.02 ppm (eggs, meat, fat, and
                  meat byproducts of cattle, goats,
                  horses, poultry, sheep and swine),
Residual application.  Remove
animals from buildings prior to
treatment.  Apply to ceilings and
walls to the point of runoff or
at the rate of 1 gallon per 500
to 1,000 square feet.  Repeat as
needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply to areas
frequented by flies such as
around doorways and windows.

Apply to breeding areas as a
coarse spray or with a watering
can.  Repeat as needed or when
fresh manure or refuse is added.
Addition of a spreader-sticker
will aid in spray penetration.
0.02 ppm (meat, fat, and meat
byproducts of cattle, goats,
horses, sheep and swine).

Residual application.  Treat
exterior walls of farm buildings
and livestock shelters, fence
posts and other exposed surfaces
where flies congregate.  Apply
to the point of runoff or at the
rate of 1 gallon per 500 to 1,000
square feet.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply to areas
frequented by flies such as
around doorways and windows.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.17

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Feedlots and holding pens
 (including corrals)
Outdoor areas  (continued)

  House fly
   (maggots)
1.0-1.25%(EC)
Apply to breeding areas as a
coarse spray or with a watering
can.  Repeat as needed or when
fresh garbage, manure or refuse
is added.
Addition of a spreader-sticker
will aid in spray penetration.
HUMANS, PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Treatments will control adult house flies for up to 8 weeks.
Do not use in homes.
Do not contaminate feed and foodstuffs, drinking fountains, litter and
feed troughs.
Do not treat freshly white-washed surfaces.
May be formulated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate or naled.

Animal quarters
 (outdoors)
  House fly
   (adults)
1.0%(EC)
  House fly
   (maggots)
                          1.1-1.25%(EC)
1.0-1.25%(EC)
Residual application.  Treat
exterior walls of buildings and
shelters, fence posts and other
exposed surfaces where flies
congregate.   Apply to the point
of runoff or at the rate of 1
gallon per 500 to 1,000 square
feet.  Repeat as needed.

Spot treatment.  Apply to areas
frequented by flies such as
around doorways and windows.

Apply to breeding areas as a
coarse spray or with a watering
can.  Repeat as needed or when
fresh manure or refuse is added.
Addition of a spreader-sticker
will aid in spray penetration.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.18

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
ORNAMENTALS

Do not use on any ornamental stock plants grown as a source of propagation
material, such as cuttings, layers, root stocks or scions for grafting or
budding.
Do not use in mixtures with oil.
Do not use on plants growing in greenhouses.
Do not transplant, pick or otherwise handle treated plants until they are dry.

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)
Carnations

  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
Cyperus

  Aphids
  Mites

  Bactra moths
   (larvae)
Day lilies

  Aphids
  Thrips
Gerberas
  Thrips
0.25 lb./50 gal.
water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water(EC)
2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)

0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4/
gal. water(EC)
0.5 lb./50
gal. water,
4 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water,
2-4 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water or
2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Soil drench.  Apply 3 gallons per
500 square feet of bed or 500
gallons per 1/2 acre.  Water in
thoroughly after application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply as a
drenching spray.
Foliage application.  Do not use
on Easter lilies as injury may
result.
Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.19

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Gladiolus

  Aphids
  Thrips
Iris
  Aphids
  Iris borer
  Thrips
Dosage

actual
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water or
2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.5 lb./50
gal. water,
4 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water,
2-4 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)
Arborvitae

  Aphids
  Bagworm
  Mites
Azaleas

  Lace bugs
  Leafminers
  Mites
  Tea scale
  Whiteflies
0.5 lb./50
gal. water,
2-4 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water(EC)

2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water(EC)

2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
For iris borer control, apply
when new leaves are 5 to 6 inches
tall.
Foliage application.
May be formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.
                                            Foliage application.
Foliage application.
May be formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.
                                            Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.20

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Birches

  Aphids
  Leafminers
Boxwoods

  Dipterous leafminers
  Mealybugs
  Mites
Camellias

  Aphids
  Camellia scale
  Mites
  Tea scale
Dosage

actual
0.125 lb./50
gal. water,
1 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water(EC)
                          2 tbsp. 8%/
                          gal. water(EC)
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water or
2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water or
2 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)

4 tbsp. 23.4%/
gal. water or
12 tbsp.  8%/
gal. water/6
foot plant(EC)

inch plant(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
For leafminers, apply when leaves
are expanded (about mid May) and
repeat in early July.
May be formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Foliage application.
For leafminers, apply when leaves
are expanded (about mid May) and
repeat in early July.
Foliage application.  For leaf-
miners, apply in spring when
adult leafminer flies first
appear or in early summer for
control of larvae in infested
leaves.
Foliage application.  Apply 2
treatments 6 weeks apart the
the first year.  Repeat annual
applications soon after growth
begins in the spring.
                                            Soil drench.  Apply around base
                                            of plants in early spring.  In-
                                            crease rate proportionately for
                                            larger plants.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.21

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Cedars
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             DIMETHOATE

          Dosage            Tolerance^ Use, Limitations

          actual
  Mites
Euonymus

  Aphids
  Scales
Fiaus nit-Ida
  Thrips
Gardenias

  Tea scale
  Whiteflies
Hemlocks

  Mites
  Scales
          0.5 lb./50
          gal. water,
          4 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water,
          2-4 tbsp.  8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.5 lb./50
          gal. water,
          4-6 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water,
          2-4 tbsp. 8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.25 lb./50
          gal. water,
          2 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.25 lb./50
          gal. water,
          2 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water or
          2 tbsp.  8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.25 lb./50
          gal. water,
          2 tsp.  23.4%/
          gal. water or
          2 tbsp.  8%/
          gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Do not use on potted plants.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
            III-D-34.22

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Hollies
 (American, English)

  Brown soft scale
  Dipterous leafminers
  Mites
Junipers

  Aphids
  Bagwonn
  Gall midges
  Mites
Oaks

  Golden oak scale
Dosage

actual
0.25 lb./50
gal. water,
2 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water(EC)
                          2 tbsp. 8%/
                          gal. water(EC)
0.5 lb./50
gal. water,
4 tsp. 23.4Z/
gal. water,
2-4 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
0.5 lb./50
gal. water,
4 tsp. 23.4%/
gal. water,
2-4 tbsp. 8%/
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Do not apply to the Burford
variety of Holly.

Foliage application.
For leafminers, apply in early
spring when adult leafminer flies
appear or in early summer for
control of larvae in infested
leaves.
May be formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Foliage application.
For leafminers, apply in early
spring when adult leafminer flies
appear or in early summer for
control of larvae in infested
leaves.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-34.23

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             DIMETHOATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
Pines

  Aphids
  Bagworm
  European pine
   shoot moth
  Nantucket pine
   tip moth
  Zimmerman
   pine moth

Poinsettias

  Aphids
  Mealybugs
  Mites
  Whiteflies
Roses

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
Taxus (Yew)

  Fletcher scale
  Mealybugs
  Mites
          0.5 lb./50
          gal. water,
          4 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water,
          2-4 tbsp. 8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.25 lb./50
          gal. water,
          2 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water or
          2 tbsp.  8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.25 lb./50
          gal. water,
          2 tsp. 23.4%/
          gal. water(EC)

          2 tbsp.  8%/
          gal. water(EC)
          0.5 lb./50
          gal.  water,
          4 tsp.  23.4%/
          gal.  water,
          2-4 tbsp.  8%/
          gal.  water(EC)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
May be formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.
                                            Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:   1-14-74
            III-D-34.24

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                             DIMETHOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
FOREST. NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

Douglas-fir
  Douglas fir
   cone midge
Pines

  Loblolly pine
   sawfly
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
0.125-0.25 lb./
A. in 2 gal.
water(EC)
Pinyon pine

  Pinyon needle
   scale
8.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply when
cones are closed and pendant.
Ground application with knapsack
or hydraulic equipment.
Aerial application when air is
calm and temperature is below
68F.  Apply when most larvae
are in second and third instars.
Do not apply to trees used for
pine nut production.
Bark application when crawlers
begin to emerge.  Apply to egg
masses at the base of trees and
to all rough bark and crotches
that can be reached from the
ground.
Do not treat needles as phyto-
toxicity may occur.
Do not apply to trees used for
pinyon nut production.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-34.25

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                             DIMETHOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS. MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS

Do not use in homes.
Refer to uses and limitations under COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS;
Outdoor areas.


URBAN AND RURAL OUTDOOR AREAS (PUBLIC HEALTH)

Refer to uses and limitations under COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS:
Outdoor areas.


COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS

Do not use in edible products areas of food processing plants, restaurants
or other areas where food is commercially prepared or processed.
Do not use in serving areas while food is exposed.

Outdoor areas
 (including food processing plants, garbage cans, loading docks, recreation
 areas, refuse areas and warehouses)

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
May be formulated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate or naled.

  House fly               1.0%(EC)          Residual application.  Treat
   (adults)                                 exterior walls of buildings and
                                            other exposed surfaces where flies
                                            congregate.  Apply to point of
                                            runoff or at the rate of 1 gallon
                                            per 500 to 1,000 square feet.
                                            Repeat as needed.

  House fly               1.0-1.25%(EC)     Treat garbage dumps and refuse
   (maggots)                                piles or other fly breeding areas.
                                            Apply as a coarse spray or with a
                                            watering can.  Repeat as needed
                                            or when fresh garbage or refuse
                                            is added.  Addition of a spreader-
                                            sticker will aid in spray penetra-
                                            tion.
Issued:   1-14-74            III-D-34.26

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                             DIMETHRIN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L, G

TYPE OF PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Do not contaminate feed or food.
      Do not store near feed or food.
Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
AQUATIC AREAS

Do not treat water to be used by man, dairy animals, meat animals or
poultry.

Ponds (shallow)
Swamps

Do not graze dairy or meat animals in treated swamps.

Dimethrin will kill fish.  Consult your state fish and game agency
before applying.

  Mosquitoes (larvae)     0.5 Ib./A.(G)     Apply uniformly over the water
                                            surface.  Mechanical seeders
                                            can be used for this purpose.
                                            Repeat as needed, but do not
                                            apply more frequently than at
                                            7-day intervals.  Formulated
                                            with piperonyl butoxide.
*2,4-dimethylbenzyl 2,2-dimethyl-3-(2-methylpropenyl)cyclopropane=
  carboxylate

Issued:   7-31-74            III-D-35.1

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                             DIMETHRIN

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Standing water
 (in containers
  and pools)

  Mosquitoes (larvae)     0.05 lb./12,000   Apply uniformly over the water
                          gal. water        surface.  Repeat as needed,
                               or           but do not apply more
                          1 tbsp./500       frequently than at 7-day
                          gal. water(G)     intervals.

                          0.5 lb./12,000    Apply uniformly over the water
                          gal. water        surface.  Repeat as needed,
                               or           but do not apply more
                          0.0375 oz./60     frequently than at 21-day
                          gal. water(G)     intervals.  Formulated with
                                            piperonyl butoxide.
Issued:   7-31-74            III-D-35.2

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Site and Pest
Sewage water

  Filter flies
   (larvae
    pupae)
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

             DIMETHRIN

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
          1 gal. 0.2%
          (D/100 gal.
          sewage flowing
          over filters/
          minute
                          1/7 gal.  0.2%
                          (D/100 gal.
                          sewage
Apply directly to sewage
flowing to trickling filters.
Formulated with 2-carbo=
methoxy-1-methylvinyl dimethyl
phosphate, alpha isomer;
carbaryl; petroleum distillate;
and 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.

Apply to sewage in flooded
trickling filters.  Close the
gate from the filter to the
secondary clarifier and raise
the sewage level in the filter
to the rock surface.  Add
dimethrin directly at a number
of points around the side of
the filter.  Allow filter arms
to make several revolutions
for distribution of dimethrin.
The contact period should be
5 hours or more depending upon
the extent of infestation.
Following treatment, open gate
to secondary clarifier and
resume normal operations.
Formulated with 2-carbomethoxy-
1-methylvinyl dimethyl phos=
phate, alpha isomer; carbaryl;
petroleum distillate; and
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.
Issued:   7-31-74
            III-n-35.3

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      2-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-5,6-DIMETHYL-4-PYRIMIDINYL DlMETHYLCARBAMATE

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

Site and Pest            Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                         actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Greenhouse plants)

Chrysanthemums

   Chrysanthemum         2-4 oz./          Foliage application.  Do not
    aphid                100 gal. water    make more than 4 applications
   Green peach aphid     (WP)              per crop.  The high rate may
                                           be needed against heavy
                                           infestations.
                                           Do not use in tank mixes due
                                           to the many varieties of
                                           chrysanthemums that often respond
                                           differently to chemicals used
                                           in combination.
Issued:  7-31-75          III-D-36

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                 4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE
                                 (a carbamate)
Other name:   Eectran

Empirical  formula:  C12H18N22

                            Structural formula
                       Molecular weight: 222
                    (CH3)2N-<
 Purity:   99+%

 Physical  state: Crystalline

 Density:

 Vapor pressure: <0.1 mm.  Hg.
       at  139" C.

 Flammability:

 Corrosive action:
        -0-CNH CH,
        Color:  White

        Odor: Nearly odorless

        Specific gravity:

        Boiling point:


        Melting point: 85 C.
 Solubility:  Solubility in water at 25  C.  is 0.01%;  readily soluble in
       acetonitrile,  acetone,  chloroform, ethanol, methylene, chloride, and
       benzene.   Slightly soluble in xylene and isopropyl alcohol.   Nearly
       insoluble  in hexane.

 Remarks:   Decomposes in highly alkaline media.
 Issued: 11-14-72
III-D-37.a

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                  4-(DIMETHYLAMINQ)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

Representative Labeling for an Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulation

                              BRAND NAME

Active Ingredients:

          4- (dime thy lair-ino) -3 ,5-xylyl methylcarbamate	22.7%
          aromatic petroleum derivative solvent	30.7%

Inert Ingredients; 	,	46.6%

Precautionary Labeling:

          WARNING.  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

          May be fatal if swallowed.  May be absorbed through skin.  May be
          injurious to eyes.  Avoid eye and skin contact.  Avoid breathing
          spray mists.  Avoid contamination of food, feedstuffs, and water
          supplies.  Wash thoroughly after handling.  In case of contact,
          immediately flush contaminated eyes with plenty of water for at
          least 15 minutes and get medical attention.  If swallowed, call a
          physician immediately.  Avoid contamination of lawn and garden
          fishpools.  Keep children and pets off treated areas until
          spray has dried.

          Disposal precautions:  Bury waste in noncropland away from water
          supplies.  Containers should be disposed of by burying with wastes.

          Bee  caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to
          direct treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information
          may be obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension
          Service.

Wildlife Precautions; Toxic to birds and other wildlife.  Keep out of lakes,
          streams, or ponds.  Do not apply when weather conditions favor
          drift from areas treated.

Directions  for Use; Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must specify
          the use  for which the product is intended and must be adequate to
          protect  the public.)

EPA Registration  No.                                   Net Contents

                      Manufacturer's Name  and Address
 Issued:  11-14-72              III-D-37.b

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             4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

Representative Labeling for a Solution Formulation

                           BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient:

          4-(dimethylamino)-3,5-xylyl methylcarbamate  	18 .3%

Inert Ingredients;   	,	81.7%

Precautionary Labeling:

          WARNING: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

          May be harmful or fatal if swallowed.  May cause irritation.
          Avoid eye and skin contact.  Avoid breathing spray mists.

          Do not contaminate food, feedstuffs and domestic water supplies.
          Wash thoroughly after handling.  Flush contaminated eyes with
          plenty of water and get medical attention.  If swallowed, induce
          vomiting by giving an emetic such as two tablespoonfuls of salt in
          a glass of warm water.  Call a physician.

          Disposal precautions:  Do not reuse container.  Dispose of unused
          chemical by burying at least 18 inches deep in a location away
          from water supplies.  Punch holes in container and bury with waste.
          Never use container in any connection with food, feed, or drinking
          water.

          Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to di-
          rect treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may
          be obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

Wildlife Precautions:  Toxic to birds and other wildlife.  Keep out of lakes,
          streams, or ponds.  Do not apply when weather conditions favor
          drift from areas treated.

Directions for Use:   Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must
          specify the use for which the product is intended and must be
          adequate to protect the public.)


EPA Registration No.                                     Net Contents

                         Manufa.  rir-.?r's Name and Address


 Issued: 11-14-72                III-D-37-c

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           4 -(DIMETHBLAMING)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

Representative^ Labeling for a Wettable Powder Formulation

                           BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient:

          ^-(dimethyl nmino)-3, 5-xylyl methylcarbamate	25%

Inert Ingrcdient s :	75%

Precautionary Labe iing_:

          WARNING!  KiTEl' OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

          May be fatal if swallow>d.  Avoid eye and skin contact.  Avoid
          breathing spray mists.  Wash well after handling.   If  swallowed,
          call a physician immediately.  Avoid contamination  of  feed,  food-
          stuffs, water supplies, and lawn or garden  fishpools.  Keep
          children and pets off  treated areas until spray has dried.   CAUTION:
          Do not contaminate skin or hands with drench.  Use  rubber  gloves or
          Tnec^aai c,-j1 pot dipper.

          Disposal precautions:  Dispose of \\raste by  burying  in  noncropland
          awa" from water supplies.  Do not contaminate water by cleaning
          equipment or disposal of wastes.  Containers should be disposed
          of by b-;r:-(j>-,g er by burying with waste.

          Bto Cu<.t* \uii:  Th i 5-' product is highly toxic  to bees  exposed to
          dlreer treatment or residues on crops.  Protective  information
          may be obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural  Extension
          Service.

Wildlife Precautions:  Toxic tu birds and other wildlife.   Keep  out  of lakes,
          streams, or ponds.

Directions for Use:  Do not use except as specified on this label.   Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.   (Directions must
          specify the use tor which the product is intended and  must be
          adequate to protect the public.)


EPA Registration Me.                                       Net Weight


                         Manufacturer's ;\i, -t(*  and Address


Issued:  11-1^-72                 m-D-37.d

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              4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

Representative Labeling for a Bait Formulation

                             BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient:

          4~(dimethylamino) -3,5-xylyl methylcarbamate	 2%

Inert Ingredients:  	^	98%

Precautionary Labeling;

          CAUTION:  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

          CAUTION:  May be harmful if swallowed.  Wash thoroughly after
          handling.  Avoid contamination of food, feedstuffs and domestic
          water supplies.  If swallowed, induce vomiting by giving an emetic
          such as two tablespoonfuls of salt in a glass of warm water.  Call
          a physician immediately.

          Disposal precautions:  Do not contaminate water by cleaning of
          equipment or disposal of wastes.  Bury waste in noncropland away
          from water supplies.  Dispose of empty container by burning or by
          burying with waste.

Wildlife Precautions:   Toxic to bird and other wildlife.  Keep out of lakes,
          streams, or ponds.

Directions for Use:   Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must specify
          the use for which the product is intended and must be adequate
          to protect the public.)


EPA Registration No.                                      Net Weight

                      Manufacturer's Name and Address
Issued: 11-14-72              III-D-37  e

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              4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, S, WP, bait

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Molluscicide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Lawns and Turf)

Grass
Ground cover

  Armyworm                0.75/100 gal.     Water turf thoroughly before
  Cutworms                water(EC),        treating.  Use one gallon per
  Millipedes              0.75/250 gal.     130-180 square feet to soak
  Slugs                   water(WP)         debris and soil.  Repeat as
  Snails                                    needed.
  Sod webworms
   (lawnmoths)
  Sowbugs (pillbugs)

  Slugs                   0.02/1,200 sq.    Water infested area thoroughly
  Snails                  ft. (bait)         before application.  Apply uni-
  Sowbugs (pillbugs)                        formly over area, or place in
                                            piles where pests travel or con-
                                            gregate.
*Mexacarbate is now the acceptable common name to be used in the ingredient
 statement of pesticide labels.  This chemical presentation will be issued in
 the correct alphabetical sequence at a later date.

*Zectran

Issued: 1-14-74             III-D-37.1        Replaces page issued   7-30-73

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             4-(DIMETHYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Flowers  (including bedding plants)
  Slugs
  Snails
  Sowbugs (pillbugs)
0.02/1,200 sq.
ft. (bait)
Do not use EC on maidenhair fern,
cape chestnut or geraldton wax
flower.  Excessive dosage may
cause slight injury to new foliage
growth on roses, phlox, and pet-
unias.

Water infested are thoroughly
before application.  Apply
uniformly over area, or place
in piles where pests travel or
congregate.
  Millipedes
  Slugs
  Snails
  Sowbugs (pillbugs)
0.75/100 gal.
water(EC),
0.75/250 gal.
water(WP)
Spray to wet plants thoroughly
Use one gallon per 130-180
square feet to soak debris
and soil under infested
plants.  Repeat as needed.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-37.1.1

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            2,2-DIMETHYL-l,3-BENZODIOXOL-4-OL METHYLCARBAMATE

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  WP

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide

     General Warnings and Limitations:

     For use only by professional applicators.

     Does not damage paints,  plastics,  fabrics  or other surfaces
     where water alone causes no damage.

     Do not allow children or pets to contact treated surfaces until
     deposit has dried.

     Do not apply to areas where children or pets are likely to make
     frequent contact with the deposit.
Site and Pest
                       Dosage

                       actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS

Indoor Areas

                         0.125%(WP)
Ants
Crickets
Firebrats
Silverfish
                         0.25%(WP)
  Centipedes
  Earwigs
  Ground beetles
  Millipedes
  Scorpions
  Sowbugs
                       0.25%(WP)
Spot treatment.  Use for follow-up
applications or where infestations
are low and sites are inspected
and treated at monthly intervals
or less.

Spot treatment.  Apply where
pests hide.  For ants, apply to
ant trails around doors, windows
and other places where they enter
premises.  Control will last for
up to 30 days and often for 60
days.

Spot treatment.  Apply around
doors, windows and other places
where pests enter premises.
                         0.50%(WP)
                                         Spot treatment.  Apply where access
                                         is difficult or deposits will not
                                         be quickly removed by cleaning.
Issued: 7-31-75
                       III-D-37-1.1

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Site and Pest            Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                         actual
Indoor areas (continued)

  Cockroaches            0.125%(WP)
                         0.25%(WP)
                         0.5%(WP)
                  Use for follow-up applications or
                  where infestations are low and
                  sites are inspected and treated
                  at monthly intervals or less.

                  Spot treatment.  Apply where cock-
                  roaches hide.   Control will last
                  for up to 30 days and often for
                  up to 60 days.

                  Spot treatment.  Apply where access
                  is difficult or deposits will not
                  be quickly removed by cleaning.
Indoor Areas
Outdoor Areas

  Bees
  Wasps
0.25%(WP)
                                           Spot treatment.  Thoroughly spray
                                           nest including the entrance plus
                                           surrounding areas where bees and
                                           wasps alight.   It is generally
                                           advisable to treat nests in the
                                           evening when insects are less active
                                           and have returned to the nest.
                                           For best results check nest in one
                                           or two days to ensure complete
                                           kill.  Remove  and destroy nest
                                           to prevent emergence of young.

COMMERICAL ESTABLISHMENTS

(Areas other than Edible Product Areas)

Refer to sites, pests and limitations under DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL
FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS
Issued: 7-31-75
III-D-37-1.2

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    Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
    Flowering plants
      (continued)
                              Ib. actual
(including bedding plants)
      Loopers
      Plant bugs (including
       lygus bugs)
      Thrips

      Aphids
      Armyworm
      Cutworms
      Mealybugs
      Mites
      Scales (crawlers)
      Soft scales
      Whiteflies
     (Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

     Shrubs
     Trees
    Vines
        0.5/100 gal.
        water(EC,WP)
        0.75/100 gal.
        water(EC,WP)
**    Gypsy moth (larvae)
      Birch leafminer
       complex
      European pine shoot
       moth
      Genista caterpillar
      Leafhoppers
      Loopers
      Plant bugs  (including
       lygus bugs)
      Red pine sawfly
      Spiny elm caterpillar
      Tent caterpillars
      Thrips
      Yellownecked
       caterpillar
        0.25/100 gal.
        water(EC)
        0.5/100 gal.
        water(EC.WP)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Treat
infested host plants using
conventional hand or power
operated ground spray equipment.

Foliage application.  Do not use
EC on maidenhair fern, cape
chestnut, or geraldton wax flower.
Excessive dosage may cause slight
injury to new foliage growth on
roses, phlox, and petunias.
    Issued:  7-31-74
          III-D-37.2
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                  4- (DIMF.THYLAMINO)-3,5-XYLYL METHYLCARBAMATE

     Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                               Ib.  actual

     (Woody Shrubs,  Trees and Vines)
       (continued)
**
     Shrubs
     Trees
     Vines
(continued)
       Aphids
       Armyworm
       Cutworms
       Mealybugs
       Mites
       Scales (crawlers)
       Soft  scales
       Whiteflies

     (Houseplants)

     Orchids

       Snails (on roots)
                 0.75/100 gal.
                 water(EC,WP)
Foliage application.  Do not use
EC on maidenhair fern, cape
chestnut, or geraldton wax
flower.  Excessive dosage may
cause slight injury to new
foliage growth on roses, phlox,
and petunias.
                 1.5/100 gal.
                 water(WP)
Immerse infested pots containing
orchids so that the upper edge
of the pot is slightly below
the surface of the liquid.
Leave until bubbling stops.
Withdraw and drain before
returning pot to its normal
location.  Repeat as needed.
     FOREST.  NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS
     Forests

       Jack pine budworm
       Spruce  budworm
       Western spruce budworm
                 0.15/A.(EC,S)
Apply using suitable aerial spray
equipment as specified by quali-
fied U.S. Forest Service personnel.
    Issued:   7-31-74
                  III-D-37.3
  Replaces page issued 8-15-72

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           DIMETHYL 3-HYDROXYGLUTACONATE DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  bait

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Distribute bait from container or with a can to avoid handling
      product.

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

(Animal Buildings Other Than Dairy and Poultry)
(Feed Lots and Holding Pens)
Barns and other
Buildings (including
 Loafing sheds
 Pens
 Pig parlors
 Stables)

  Flies  (including
   house fly)
1.0%(bait)
HUMANS. PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
Dog Kennels
Furbearing animal units

  Flies (including
   house fly)
1.0% (bait)
NF.
Do not contaminate feed and food-
stuffs.
Do not apply where animals,
especially young calves, can pick
it up or lick it.

Scatter 4.0 oz. of bait per 1,000
sq. ft. on floor and ground areas
where flies congregate, especially
around doorways, feed rooms,
alleyways and window sills.  Place
bait on clean paper if floors are
freshly limed.
Scatter bait outside dog runways,
on window sills, ledges, and other
surfaces out of reach of the
animals.  For cage units, apply
to dropping area at the rate of
4.0 oz. per 500 sq. ft.
*Bomyl

Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-40.1

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           DIMETHYL 3-HYDROXYGLUTACONATE DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE
Site and Pest             Dosage

COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS

(Areas Other Than Edible Products Areas)

Food Processing Plants
 (including poultry and meat)
                  Tolerance, Use,  Limitations
  Flies (including
   house fly)
1.0%(bait)
                  NF.
Apply in inedible product areas
only.  Scatter 4.0 oz. of bait
per 1,000 sq. ft.  Product may
be used outside of livestock pens
and loading docks.  Do not contam-
inate feed or foodstuffs.  Do not
use in edible products areas of
food processing plants, restau-
rants or other areas where food
is commercially prepared or pro-
cessed.  Do not use in serving
areas while food is exposed.
Issued:   7-30-73
  III-D-40.2

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP, D

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be
      obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Alfalfa
  Alfalfa caterpillar

  Alfalfa seed chalcid


  Alfalfa weevil

   Refer also to
   Egyptian alfalfa
   weevil.

   (adults)

   (larvae)
*methyl parathion

Issued:  2-15-73
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5/A.(EC)
1.25 ppm (fresh alfalfa).
5.0 ppm (alfalfa hay).
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
20 day preharvest interval from
above 1.0 through 1.25 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
When applied to seed crops,
treat in the early morning or
late evening to avoid injury to
pollinators.

Foliage application.
0.25-1.25/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  For use on
                  seed crops only.
0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.
(EC),
0.5/A.(WP)
  III-D-41.1
Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Apply when
75% of terminals show feeding,
when buds and shoots appear
ragged, or when the larval count
reaches 25 per sweep.
  Replaces page issued  12-15-72

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Alfalfa (continued)

  Aphids (including
   pea aphid
   spotted alfalfa
   aphid),

  Armyworm
  Armyworm, beet

  Armyworm, yellow-
   striped

  Clover leaf weevil

  Cutworms, climbing
  Egyptian alfalfa
   weevil

  Flea beetles
  Grasshoppers

  Leafhoppers


  Lygus bugs



  Mites



  Stink bugs


  Thrips

  Webworms

Issued:  12-15-72
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.23-0.5/A.
(EC),
0.25-1.0/A.(D)
0.23-0.5/A.
(EC)

0.7/A.(D)

0.7/A.(D)


0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.
(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC)

0.23-0.5/A.
(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.23-0.5/A.
(EC)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC),
0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.23-0.75/A.
(EC),
0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.5/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.2
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  For
spotted alfalfa aphid, apply
early in spring.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.



Foliage application.



Foliage application.  For
use on seed crops only.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

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                  0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

     Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                               Ib. actual
**   Almonds
     Apples
       Aphids (including
        apple aphid
        rosy apple aphid
        woolly apple aphid)

       Codling moth
       Leafroller,
        redbanded

       Mite, European red
       Plum curculio
       Scales
0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)

0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)

0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.1 ppm (interim).
Do not apply after hulls open
through 3.0 Ib./A.
Used only in formulation with
parathion.

1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Fruit and foliar injury may
occur on Mclntosh, Cortland,
and related varieties.  Consult
your state Cooperative Agricul-
tural Extension Service for
further information.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to'14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Foliage application.
     Issued:   5-30-73
  III-D-41.3
  Replaces page issued  12-15-72

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Apricots
  Aphids (including
   green peach aphid)
  Mite, European red
Artichokes
  Aphids

  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)
  Cutworms (including
   climbing and
   surface feeding
   species)

  Looper, cabbage

  Plant bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.25/
100 gal.
water(EC)

0.12-0.25/
100 gal.
water(EC)
0.5/A.(EC,WP)

0.5/A.(EC.WP)
  Artichoke plume moth    1.0/A.(EC.WP)
1.0/A.(EC)
1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application
Foliage application.  If plants
are cut in April and May, begin
applications after September,
and repeat at 14- to 21-day
intervals as needed through
December;  30-day intervals
through January and February;
14-day intervals from March
through the end of picking sea-
son.  Workers should not re-enter
fields for 7 days following
treatment.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.4

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Barley
  Aphids (including
   greenbug}
  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)

  Armyworm, beet

  Armyworm, yellow-
   striped

  Black grass bugs
  Chinch bug

  Cu two rms,  c1imb ing

  False chinch bug

  Grasshoppers

  Leafhoppers

  Mites, spider

  Mite, brown wheat


  Mite, winter grain


  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.75/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.7/A.(D)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.7/A.(D)

0.7/A.(D)


0.12-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.38-0.5/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.12-0.5/A.
(EC)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.23-0.75/A.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
15 day preharvest interval from
above 0.25 through 0.75 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Apply in
early spring for greenbug
control.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  1II-D-41.5

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest



Barley (continued)

  Stink bug, Say

  Thrips

  Thrips, barley


Beans
  Aphids

  Armyworm

  Cowpea curculio

  Cutworms (including
   climbing and surface
   feeding species)

  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs (including
   Lygus bugs)

  Stink bugs

Issued:  12-15-72
Dosage

Ib. actual



0.75/A.(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.25-0.38/A.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)



0.5-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.5/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.5/A.(EC)

 0.5-1.5/A.(EC)


1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.6
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


1.0 ppm (dry).
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

1.0 ppm (green, lima).
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Beets
  Aphids

  Armyworm

  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs (including
   Lygus bugs)

  Stink bugs

Black-eyed peas
Broccoli
  Aphids
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)


1.0/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.(beets).
Foliage application.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 lb./A.(if tops are
to be used for food or feed).
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.
Used only in formulations with
parathion.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval from
above 0.5 through 1.5 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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Broccoli (continued)

  Armyworm
  Flea beetles



  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers



  Looper, cabbage

  Mites



  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

  Thrips

Brussels sprouts
  Aphids
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.25-1.0/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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Dosage

Ib. actual
Brussels sprouts (continued)

  Armyworm
  Flea beetles
  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers
  Looper, cabbage

  Mites
  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

  Thrips

Cabbage
  Aphids
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A. (EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.25-1.0/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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Cabbage (continued)

  Armyworm
  Flea beetles
  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers
  Looper, cabbage

  Mites
  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

  Thrips

Carrots
  Aphids

  Armyworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.25-1.0/A.(EC)
0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not use treated carrot tops
for food or feed.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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     and Pest
Carrots (continued)

  Cutworms (including
   climbing and
   surface feeding
   species)

  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper,  cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs

Cauliflower
  Aphids
  Armyworm
  Flea beetles



  Imported cabbageworm

  Leathoppers
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0/A.(EC)
0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A. (WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.11

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Site and Pest



Cauliflower (continued)

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites



  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

Celery
  Aphids



  Armyworm



  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs (including
   Lygus bugs)

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC).
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC,WP)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)


1.0/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
Issued:   12-15-72
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Site and Pest
Cherries
  Aphid, black cherry
  Mite, European red
Clover
  Alfalfa weevil
   Refer also to
   Egyptian alfalfa
   weevil.

   (adults)

   (larvae)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.125-0.25/
100 gal.
water(EC)

0.125-0.25/
100 gal.
water(EC)
0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
  Aphids (including       0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
   spotted alfalfa aphid)
  Armyworm

  Clover leaf weevil

  Clover seed chalcid


  Cutworms, climbing
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-1.25/A.
(EC)

0.25-1.25/A.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
Foliage appliction.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  15 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  20 day preharvest interval
                  from above 1.0 through 1.25
                  Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Apply when
75% of terminals show feeding,
when buds and shoots appear ragged,
or when the larval count reaches
25 per sweep.

Foliage application.  Apply
early in the spring.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.  For use
on seed crops only.

Foliage application.
Issued:   12-15-72
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Site and Pest
Clover (continued)

  Egyptian alfalfa
   weevil

  Leafhoppers

  Lygus bugs


  Mites


  Thrips

  Webworms

Collards
  Aphids
  Armyworm
  Flea beetles



  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)    Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)
0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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Site and Pest
Collards (continued)

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites
  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

  Thrips

Corn
  Aphids (including
   corn leaf aphid)

  Armyworm

  Armyworm, fall

  Corn rootworms
   (including western
    corn rootworm)
   (adults)

  Cutworms, climbing

  Flea beetles

  Mites

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25/A.(EC)


0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)




0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
12 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Workers entering treated fields
within 24 hours after applica-
tion should wear protective
clothing.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cotton
  Aphids (including
   cotton aphid)
  Armyworm

  Armyworm, fall
   (to 3rd instar)

  Boll weevil
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)
1.0-2.0/A.(EC)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC)

0.25-3.0/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)
0.75 ppm (cottonseed).
7 day preharvest interval
through 3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not hand pick or harvest
within 7 days of application.
Workers entering fields within
24 hours after application
should wear protective clothing.

Foliage application.  Apply
when aphids appear in buds and
on leaves of seedlings or when
honeydew appears on older plants,

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
For early season control of
over-wintering boll weevils,
apply as early as the 2- to 4-
leaf stage and repeat 1-3
times at 7- to 10-day intervals.
For mid-season control, apply
at the start of squaring or
after 10-25% of the first
squares are punctured and
repeat at 3- to 8-day intervals
as needed or until the top
bolls are full grown.  Repeat
at 3-day intervals during the
major fruiting season, and per-
iods of heavy weevil migration.
Issued:   1-14-74
  III-D-41.16
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cotton  (continued)

  Boll weevil
   (continued)
0.56-0.75/A.
(S)
Use restricted to Alabama,
Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana,
Mississippi, North Carolina,
Oklahoma, South Carolina,
Tennessee and Texas.  ULV
application.
Begin application when injury
is noted or the percentage of
punctured squares reaches 5 to
10%.
Apply lower rate in mid-season
and higher rate in late season
or when cotton becomes rank and
insect infestations are severe.
Aerial application.  Apply at
5 feet above the crop using a
50 feet swath width.  Do not
apply when wind is in excess
of 5 mph.
Ground application.  Mist
blowers with a pump capable of
producing up to 40 psi and blower
speeds of 2,600 rpm are satis-
factory.  Use flat fan nozzles,
8001 to 8002, placed 30 into
the air blast or rotary atomizers
into the air blast that produce
an efficient spray particle with
a mass medium diameter of 40 to
100 microns.  Swath widths should
not exceed 30 feet, and applica-
tions should not be made when
winds exceed 5 mph.

   (continued on next page)
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-41.16.1

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cotton  (continued)

  Boll weevil
   (continued)
  Bollworm
                          0.56-0.75/A.
                          (S)
                  Boom sprayers with a filtered
                  rotary air compressor, either
                  PTO or gas engine driven or an
                  air pump capable of producing
                  at least 12 psi are satisfactory.
                  Use air pressure on chemical
                  tanks and an accurate metering
                  valve to assure a calibrated
                  flow of the pesticide.  Air
                  should be regulated with relief
                  valve and gauge for proper air
                  and liquid mixture.  Pneumatic-
                  type spray nozzles, as suggested
                  by equipment manufacturer, should
                  be used for spray particles with
                  mass medium diameter of 30 to 100
                  microns.  Applications should not
                  be made when winds exceed 5 mph.
                  Formulated with malathion.
1.0-3.0/A.(EC)    Foliage application.
                  Use restricted to Alabama,
                  Arkansas, Georgia, Louisiana,
                  Mississippi, North Carolina,
                  Oklahoma, South Carolina,
                  Tennessee, and Texas.  ULV
                  application.
                  Begin application when eggs are
                  noted and 4 to 5 small cater-
                  pillars are found per 100
                  terminals.  Apply lower rate
                  in mid-season and higher rate
                  in late season or when cotton
                  becomes rank or the infesta-
                  tion exceeds 10%.  Repeat on
                  a 5-day schedule.
                  Refer to directions above
                  under boll weevil.
                  Formulated with malathion.
Issued:  1-14-74
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Site and Pest



Cotton (continued)

  Cotton leafworm
  Cotton leaf-
   perforator
  Cutworms

  False chinch bug
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.5/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)
  Fleahoppers (including  0.12-0.5/A.
   cotton fleahopper)     (EC),
  Grasshoppers

  Leafrollers

  Looper, cabbage

  Lygus bugs
0.25-0.5/A.(D)

0.25/A.(EC)

0.6-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.12-1.0/A.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.



Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-41.17
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Site and Pest
Cotton  (continued)

  Mites, spider
   (including
    desert spider mite
    twospotted spider
    mite)

  Saltmarsh caterpillar

  Stink bugs

  Stink bug,
   southern green

  Thrips
  Webwo rm, garden

Cucumbers
  Aphids

  Mite, twospotted
   spider
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.23-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.
(D)
1.0/A.CEC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.CEC)
0.12-0.5/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.5/A.
(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply
before or during the 4-leaf
stage and repeat 1-3 times at
7- to 10-day intervals.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.

                  1.0 ppm.
                  15 day preharvest interval
                  through 0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Do not apply before vining.
0.25/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-41.17.1
  Replaces page issued  7-30-73

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Site and Pest
Eggplant
Gooseberries
  Aphids


Grapes
  Aphids


  Grape leaffolder


  Leafhoppers,  grape


  Mites

  Thrips

Grass (Hay, Pasture)
  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)

  Black grass bugs
   (including Irbisia)

  False chinch bug

Issued:  12-15-72
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.25/A.
(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)

0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)

0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)
0.75/A.(EC)


0.75/A.(EC)


0.75/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.18
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.
Used only in formulations with
parathion.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm (grass for forage).
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

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Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Grass (Hay, Pasture) (continued)
  Grasshoppers

  Leafhoppers

Hops
  Aphids

  Armyworm

  Leafhoppers

  Mites

Kale
  Aphids
  Armyworrn
  Flea beetles


  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers
0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC).
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC).
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use,  Limitations
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest. interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.19

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Site and Pest



Kale (continued)

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites


  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs

Kohlrabi
  Aphids
  Armyworm
  Flea beetles


  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers


  Looper, cabbage

  Mites


  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval from
above 0.5 through 1.5 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.20

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Lettuce
  Aphids
  Armyworm



  Flea beetles



  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers



  Looper, cabbage

  Mites



  Plant bugs

Melons
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6-1.0/A.(WP),
0.6/A.(D)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6/A.(WP.D)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6/A.(WP,D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6/A.(WP,D)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6/A.(WP,D)

1.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.2 Ib./A.
Used only in formulations
with parathion.
Issued:   12-15-72
  III-D-41.21

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Mustard greens
  Aphids
  Armyworm
  Flea beetles


  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers


  Looper, cabbage

  Mites


  Plant bugs

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.22

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Nectarines
Oats
  Aphids (including
   greenbug)
  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)

  Black grass bugs
   (including Irbisia)

  Chinch bug

  Cutworms,  climbing

  False chinch bug

  Leaihoppers
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.75/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.7/A.(D)
0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  1.0 ppm.
                  Areas other than California:
                  14 day preharvest interval
                  through 2.0 Ib./A.
                  Do not apply more than 5.0 Ib.
                  actual ingredient per acre per
                  year.
                  Used only in formulations with
                  parathion.

                  California:
                  21 day preharvest interval
                  through 2.0 Ib./A.
                  Do not apply more than 5.0 Ib.
                  actual ingredient per acre
                  between January 1 and harvest.
                  Used only in formulations with
                  parathion.

                  1.0 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage applica-
                  tion.
                  15 day preharvest interval from
                  above 0.25 through 0.75 Ib./A.
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.


0.12-0.75/A. (EC)  Foliage application.
0.75/A.(EC)

0.38-0.5/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
                            III-D-41.23

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Site and Pest



Oats (continued)

  Mite, brown wheat

  Mite, winter grain


  Stink bugs


  Stink bug, Say

  Thrips, barley


Onions
  Thrips (including
   onion thrips)

Pasture (Irrigated)

   Refer also to Grass


  Mosquitoes (larvae)

Peaches
  Aphids (including
   green peach aphid
   mealy plum aphid)

  Mite, European red
Dosage

Ib. actual



0.12-0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.23-0.75/A.
(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.25-0.38/A.
(EC)
0.25-0.87/A.
(EC)
O.I/A.(EC)
0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.87 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
1.0 ppm (grass for forage).
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.1 Ib./A.  Broad-
cast application.

Broadcast application.

1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 4.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
or trunk application.

Apply in early cover treatment
or apply twice with a 5-day
interval as needed.

Apply in early cover treatment
or apply twice with a 5-day
interval as needed.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.24

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Peaches (continued)

  Oriental fruit moth



  Peachtree borer
  Plum curculio
Peanuts
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water
(EC)

0.25-1.0/100
gal. water
(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water
(EC)
  Aphids
  Thrips
  Velvetbean caterpillar
0.375/A.(D)
Apply at petal fall and every
10 to 14 days thereafter until
control is achieved.

Make applications during
appearance of moths in early
to late summer.  Apply 2 or 3
sprays to trunk from ground to
scaffold limbs timed with moth
flight.

Apply at petal fall and every
10 to 14 days thereafter until
control is achieved.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval through
0.375 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Workers entering treated fields
within 24 hours of application
should wear protective clothing.
Do not graze dairy animals or ani-
mals being finished for slaughter
in treated fields.

Foliage application.  Formulated
with copper oxide and sulfur.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-41.25
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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Peas
  Aphids
  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)
  Cowpea curculio

  Cutworms (including
   climbing and
   surface feeding
   species)

  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs (including
   Lygus bugs)

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP)

1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)
0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC.WP)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)


1.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
15 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.0
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
Issued:   2-15-73
  II1-D-41.25.1

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Pears
  Aphids


  Mite, European red


Peppers
  Aphids
  Armyworm
  Cutworms (including
   climbing and
   surface feeding
   species)

  Flea beetles
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)

0.12/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.CWP),
0.62/A.(D)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.62/A.(D)

1.0/A.(EC)
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.62/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.  Apply
twice with a 5-day interval.

Foliage application.  Apply
twice with a 5-day interval.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  2-15-73
  III-D-41.26
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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Peppers (continued)

  Leafhoppers



  Looper,  cabbage

  Mites



  Plant bugs

Plums
Prunes
  Aphids (including
   green peach aphid
   mealy plum aphid)

  Mate, European red
  Oriental fruit moth
  Peachtree borer
  Plum curculio
0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.62/A.(D)

1.0/A.(EC.WP)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.62/A.(D)

1.0/A.(EC)
0.12-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.12-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-1.0/100
gal. water(EC)
                                            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 4.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
or trunk application.

Foliage application.  Apply in
early cover treatments or twice
with a 5-day interval.

Foliage application.  Apply in
early cover treatments or twice
with a 5-day interval.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Make applications during appear-
ance of the moths in early to
late summer.  Apply 2 or 3
sprays to trunk from ground to
scaffold limbs timed with moth
flight.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control is
achieved.
         12-]5-7
  III-D-41.27

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                  0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
     Site and Pest
**   Potatoes
       Aphids
       Armyworm
       Armyworm, beet

       Armywo rm, yellow-
        striped

       False chinch bug

       Flea beetles
       Grasshoppers

       Leafhoppers



       Looper, cabbage

       Mites
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6-1.0/A.(D)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.7/A.(D)

0.7/A.(D)


1.5/A.(EC)

0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.
(EC),
0.6-1.0/A.(D)
       Plant bugs (including   1.5/A.(EC),
        lygus bugs)

       Stink bugs

       Thrips

     Prunes

       Refer to Plums

     Issued:  5-30-73
0.6-0.7/A.(D)

1.5/A.(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (interim).
5 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
  III-D-41.28
  Replaces page issued  12-15-72

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Pumpkins
Rice
  Armyworm

  Leafhoppers

  Rice leafminer
0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)
  Rice stink bug

  Tadpole shrimp
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)
1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.
Used only in formulations with
parathion.

1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Crabs, crayfish, and shrimp may
be killed.  Do not apply where
they are important resources.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Use restricted to California.
Apply at first sign of infesta-
tion after planting.  Apply by
air in 5-10 gallons of water.
Restrict spill from rice fields
for 3 days.  Do not use within
14 days of application of
3',4'-dichloropropionanilide as
injury may result.

Foliage application.

Use restricted to California.
Apply at first sign of infesta-
tion after planting.  Apply by
air in 5-10 gallons of water.
Restrict spill from rice fields
for 3 days.  Do not use within
14 days of application of
3',4'-dichloropropionanilide as
injury may result.
Issued:   12-15-72
  III-D-41.29

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                0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHENYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
   Site and Pest
   Rutabagas
     Aphids



     Armyworm



     Flea beetles


     Imported cabbageworm

     Leafhoppers


     Looper, cabbage

     Mites


     Plant bugs

** Rve
     Aphids  (including
      greenbug)
     Armyworm
       (to 3rd instar)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.CWP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
0.87-1.0/A.CD)

1.5/A.(EC)
0.12-0.75/A.
(EC),
0.25-0.7/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib/A.  Foliage
application.
21 day preharvest interval
from above 0.5 through 1.5
Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

0.5 ppm (interim).
No preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
15 day preharvest interval from
above 0.25 through 0.75 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
0.25-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
   Issued:  5-30-73
  III-D-41.30
  Replaces page issued  12-15-72

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Site and Pest



Rye (continued)

  Black grass bugs
   (including Irbisia)

  Chinch bug

  Cutworms, climbing

  False chinch bug

  Leafhoppers

  Mite, brown wheat

  Mite, winter grain

  Stink bugs

  Stink bug, Say

  Thrips, barley

Safflower
  Aphids

  Lygus bugs

Sorghum
                                                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                                0.12-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                                0.75/A.(EC)

                                0.38-0.5/A.(EC)

                                0.75/A.(EC)

                                0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

                                0.12-0.5/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

0.25-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

0.23-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

0.75/A.(EC)       Foliage application.

0.25-0.38/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

                  0.1 ppm (interim)(seed).
                  Do not apply after flowering
                  through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                                0.5/A.(EC)

                                0.5/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  0.1 ppm (interim).
                  21 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Leaf injury may occur on some
                  hybrid varieties.
                  Do not use wetting agents as
                  more severe injury may occur.
                  Spray a few rows & week or so
                  before booting to test effects
                  upon plants.
      Issued:   5-30-73
                            III-D-41.31
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Site and Pest



Sorghum (continued)

  Aphids

  Aphid, corn leaf

  (Aphid) greenbug

  Mites, spider

  Sorghum midge
Soybeans
  Aphids

  Armyworm

  Armyworm, fall
   (to 3rd instar)

  Bean leaf beetle

  Blister beetles

  Corn earworm

  Cutworms, climbing

  Grasshoppers

  Green cloverworm

  Looper, cabbage

  Mexican bean beetle

Issued:  12-15-72
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)


1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.25/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.32
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Apply when approximately 90% of
the heads have completely emerged
from the boot or not later than
the start of blooming.

0.1 ppm (soybeans).
1.0 ppm (soybean hay).
20 day preharvest or grazing
interval through 1.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
growing season.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

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Site and Pest



Soybeans (continued)

  Mites, spider

  Stink bugs

  Threecornered
   alfalfa hopper

  Thrips
Dosage

Ib.  actual



0.5/A.(EC)

0.35-1.0/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)


0.38-0.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Velvetbean caterpillar  0.38-0.5/A.(EC)
  Webworms (including
   garden webworm)

Spinach
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval
                  through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  21 day preharvest interval from
                  above 0.5 through 1.0 Ib./A.
                  Foliage application.
  Aphids


  Armyworm

  Flea beetles

  Leafhoppers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites


  Plant bugs

  Seedcorn maggot
   (in crowns)
0.46-1.0/A.(EC),  Foliage application.
0.6-1.0/A.(WP)
0.46-1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-0.6/A.(WP)

0.46-0.6/A.(WP)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.46-1.0/A.(EC),
0.6/A.(WP)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.33

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**
     Site and Pest
Strawberries




  Aphids

  Mites

Sugar beets
       Aphids

       Armyworm


       Armyworm, fall
       Cutworms  (including
        climbing cutworms)

       Flea beetles
       Grasshoppers


       Leafhoppers


       Lygus bugs

     Issued:  5-30-73
                               0,5-0.75/A.(EC)

                               0.75/A.(EC)
                          0.375/A.(EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.25-0.375/A.
                          (EC)

                          0.375/A.(EC)

                            III-D-41.34
                                            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
15 day preharvest interval
through 0.15 Ib./A.
Used only in formulations with
parathion.

1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

0.1 ppm (interim).
20 day preharvest interval
through 0.375 Ib./A. (roots).
Foliage application.
60 day preharvest interval
through 0.375 Ib./A. (if tops
are to be fed to livestock).
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

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    Site and Pest



    Sugar beets (continued)

      Mites


      Stink bugs

      Webworms

      Webworm, sugarbeet


    Sunflowers
      Sunflower moth
**  Sweet potatoes
      Aphids

      Annyworm
       (to 3rd instar)

      Cutworms (including
       climbing and
       surface feeding
       species)

      Flea beetles

      Leafhoppers

      Looper, cabbage

      Mites, spider

    Issued:  5-30-73
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375/A.
(EC)

0.375/A.(EC)

0.375/A.(EC)

0.25-0.375/A.
(EC)
1.0/A.(EC)
0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)


0.75/A.(EC)
0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.35
Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


0.2 ppm (seed).
30 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not apply more than 3 times
at 5-day intervals per season.

Foliage application.  Apply at
first flowering.
Do not feed seeds to birds.

0.1 ppm (interim).
5 day preharvest  interval
through 0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Tobacco
  Aphids (including
   green peach aphid)

  Cutworms (including
   climbing and
   surface feeding
   species)

  Green June beetle
Tomatoes
  Aphids
  Arayworm
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers
                  NF.
                  15 day preharvest interval
                  through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Do not apply within 5 days of
                  priming.
                  Avoid contact with plant juices
                  when priming or cutting tobacco.
                  When necessary to enter treated
                  fields within 24 hours after
                  application, protective clothing
                  should be worn.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
0.188-0.2/100
gal. water/100
sq. yd.
0.25-1.0/A.
(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)
Apply as a drench to plant bed
with a sprinkling can.  Do not
apply within 5 days of trans-
planting.

1.0 ppm.
10 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
15 day preharvest interval from
above 0.5 through 1.5 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.36

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Site and Pest



Tomatoes (continued)

  Looper, cabbage


  Mites



  Mite, tomato russet

  Plant bugs

  Potato psyllid

Turnips
  Aphids (including
   cabbage aphid)

  Armyworm
   (to 3rd instar)

  Flea beetles

  Imported cabbageworm

  Leafhoppers

  Leafminers

  Looper, cabbage

  Mites

  Plant bugs

Issued:  12-15-72
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0-1.5/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC),
1.0/A.(WP),
0.87-1.0/A.(D)

0.12-0.5/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.5/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.


Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.25 Ib./A.(roots).
Foliage application.
15 day preharvest interval from
above 0.25 through  0.8 Ib./A.
(roots).  Foliage application.
21 day preharvest interval
through 0.8 Ib./A.  (if tops are
to be used as food  or feed).
Foliage application.
0.25-0.8/A.(EC)   Foliage application.


0.25-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

0.5-0.75/A.(EC)

0.75/A.(EC)

  III-D-41.37
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

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                   0,0-DIMETHYL 0-p-NITROPHEHi'L PHOSPHOROTPIOATE
       Site and Pest
      Vetch
        Aphids
        Alfalfa weevil
          (larvae)
  Armyworm

  Cutworms, climbing

  Leafhoppers

  Lygus bugs

  Mites

  Vetch bruchid

Wheat
        Aphids  (including
          greenbug)
        Armyworm
          (to  3rd  instar)
                          Dosage

                          Ib. actual
                          0.25-0.5/A.
                          (EC,D)

                          0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  1.0 ppm.
                  15 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  20 day preharvest interval from
                  above 1.0 through 1.25 Ib./A.
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.  Apply when
                  75% of terminals show feeding,
                  when buds and shoots appear
                  ragged, or when the larval count
                  reaches 25 per sweep.
                                 0.25-1.25/A.(EC)   Foliage  application.
0.5/A.CEC)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)

0.5/A.(EC)
                          0.12-0.75/A.
                          (EC),
                          0.25-0.7/A.(D)

                          0.25-0.75/A.
                          (EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application,
15 day preharvest interval from
above 0.25 through 0.75 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.
       Issued:   7-30-73
                            III-D-41.38
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Site and Pest



Wheat^ (continued)

  Armywortns (including
   beet armyworm
   yellowstriped army-
   worm)

  Black grass bugs
   (including Irbisia)

  Chinch bug

  Cutworms, climbing

  False chinch bug

  Grasshoppers

  Leafhoppers

  Lygus bugs

  Mites, spider

  Mite, brown wheat

  Mite, winter grain

  Stink bugs

  Stink bug, Say

  Thrips

  Thrips, barley
Dosage

Ib. actual



0.7/A.(D)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  Foliage application.
0.12-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.75/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application.
0.38-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
0.75/A.(EC)

0.6-0.7/A.(D)
                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.

0.6-0.7/A.(D)     Foliage application.

0.6-0.7/A.(D)     Foliage application.

0.12-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.

0.25-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

0.23-0.75/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

0.75/A.(EC)       Foliage application.

0.6-0.7/A.(D)     Foliage application.

0.25-0.38/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-D-41.39
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

Christmas tree
 plantations (pines)
  European pine shoot     1.0/A.(EC)
   moth
  Nantucket pine tip
   moth

FOREST, NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

Forest
Nonagricultural land
Wastelands
  Mosquitoes (larvae)
O.I/A.(G)
Pine Forests

  European pine shoot
   moth
  Nantucket pine tip
   moth
1.0/A.(EC)
                  Foliage application.  Apply in
                  5-50 gallons of water.
1.0 ppm (grass and forage).
7 day preharvest interval
through 0.1 Ib./A.
For use by mosquito abatement
districts and official govern-
ment agencies only.

Repeat as needed.  Toxic to
fish and wildlife.  Do not
use where shrimp and crabs are
an important resource.  Do not
use in any estuaries, or coastal
or tidal areas along the south-
east, Atlantic or Gulf coasts of
the United States.
Foliage application.  Apply in
5-50 gallons of water.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-41.40

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             0,0-DIMETHYL 0-(4-NITRO-m-TOLYL) PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

Site and Pest             Dosage

                         actual/A
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
FOREST. CHAPARRAL. NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

  Fir (Abies spp.)
  Spruce
   Spruce budworm
    (3rd and 4th
    instar larvae)

    (4th and 5th
    instar larvae)
2 oz. (EC)


2 oz. (EC)


3 oz. (EC)
Use restricted to the North-
eastern United States.
For use only by or under the
supervision of State or Federal
officials responsible for
control programs in forested
areas.  Foliage application.

Make two aerial applications.
Apply in 0.15 gallon of spray.

Make two aerial applications.
Apply in 0.15 gallon of spray.
         or-
Make one aerial application.
Apply in 0.15 gallon of spray.
Issued:  7-31-75
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  PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; L; WP; D;  G
  TYPE PESTICIDE:    Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppra)

Alfalfa


Almonds
Apples

Apricots
ArtichokM
Barley
Beans
(snap)
Beans
(dry)
Blackberries


2
(fresh
forage)
5
(hay)


0.3
(almonds!
10
(hulls)
2

2
2
0.2
(grain)
2
(straw)
2
0.3
2

Ibs. actual/A.
0.25
0.375
0.5
0.75
2.5
6.0

2.5
1.5 (spray)
2.1 (dust)
0.5
0.5 (spray)
0.6 (dust)
0.5 (spray)
0.6 (dust)
0.5 (spray;
0.9 (dust)
2.0

14 days. Do not apply more than 2 times
between cuttings.
14 days. Do not apply more than once
between cuttings.
16 days. Do not apply more than once
between cuttings.
21 days. Do not apply more than once
between cuttings.
Do not apply more than twice per season
nor within 60 days of harvest. Allow 30
days between applications.
7 days. Do not apply more than 8 times
per season.
21 days.
30 days. Do not feed or ensile treated
forage.
Do not apply more than once per season.
Do not harvest for food, feed, forage,
or graze within 30 days of treatment.
7 days. Do not feed or ensile treated
forage .
30 days. Do not apply more tha* 4 times
per season. Do not feed or ensile
treated forage.
14 days. Foliar application.
Apply only before fruit set or after crop
is harvested. Apply to lower portion of
canes and to soil beneath plants.
  ^Proprietary name:
  Issued: 6-30-72
"Guthion"; azinphos methyl
                 III-D-43.1

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        USE
                   TOLERANCE
  DOSAGE
                                                            LIMITATIONS
    Blackberries
     (continued)
    Blueberries
    Boysenberries
    Broccoli
Ibs. actual/A.

  1.0



  1.0

  0.6 (dust)
                                0.75 (spray)
  0.5 (spray)
  0.9 (dust)

  2.0
  1.0



  0.75


(in water)
5 days.  Apply to lower  portions of
canes and to soil beneath plants.  Do
not apply more than twice per  season.

lit- days.

Do not apply more than 5 times per
season.  Do not apply within 9 hours
of harvest.
               -or-
Use restricted to airplane application.
Do not apply more than twice per season.
Do not apply within k hours of harvest.

Eastern and North Central States only.
Repeat as necessary but  not more than
U times per season nor within  3 days of
harvest.   If multiple late season
applications of Guthion  dust formulations
are to be made then do not make more than
two Guthion spray applications per season
with the  last spray no later than June 15

14 days.   Foliar application.
Apply only before fruit  set  or after crop
is harvested.  Apply to  lower portion of
canes and to soil beneath plants.

3 days.  Apply to lower  portion of canes
and to soil beneath plants.  Do not apply
more than twice per season.

15 days.

Apply as a soil drench at the rate of 1/2
pint per plant at the time of
transplanting or immediately after.
    Issued:   5-51-69
         III-D-43.2

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USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Broccoli
(continued)


Brussels
sprouts
Cabbage





Cauliflower




2



2

2





2



Ibs. actual/A.
0.75
(spray)
0.75
(spray)
0.75
0.75%
(in water)
0.75
0.75%
(in water)
0.75
(spray)
0.75
(spray)
0.75
0.75%
(in water)
0.75
(spray)

Use restricted to California.
21 days. Transplant fields. As a soil
drench in 300 to 400 gallons of water
per acre in the rows .
Use restricted to California.
21 days. Direct seeded fields. Mix in
upper 2 inches of soil prior to seeding
or spray in seed row at planting. 2 to
3 additional sprays usually necessary.
7 days.
Apply as a soil drench at the rate of
1/2 pint per plant at the time of
transplanting or immediately after.
21 days.
Apply as a soil drench at the rate of
1/2 pint per plant at the time of
transplanting or immediately after.
Use restricted to California.
21 days. Transplant fields. As a soil
drench in 300 to 400 gallons of water
per acre in the rows .
Use restricted to California.
21 days. Direct seeded fields. Mix in
upper 2 inches of soil prior to seeding
or spray in seed row at planting. 2 to
3 additional sprays usually necessary.
15 days .
Apply as a soil drench at the rate of
1/2 pint per plant at the time of
transplanting or immediately after.
Use restricted to California.
21 days. Transplant fields. As a soil
drench in 300 to 400 gallons of water
per acre in the rows .
Issued:  1-21-72
III-D-43.3

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       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                          LIMITATIONS
  Cauliflower
    (continued)
  Celery

  Cherries


  Citrus
  Clover
    2
  (fruit)
    5
  (dried
   pulp)
    2
 (fresh
 forage)
    5
  (hay)
           Ibs.  actual/A.

                0.75
              (spray)
1.0

4.0


7.5
0.75
                                 0.375
                                 0.5
Use restricted to California.
21 days.  Direct seeded fields.  Mix in
upper 2 inches of soil prior to seeding
or spray in seed row at planting.  2 to
3 additional sprays usually necessary.

14 days.

15 days.  Full coverage spray.  Do not
apply more than 8 times per season.

A single application per year may be
applied up to within 7 days of picking.
Where 2 applications are required, the
second spray should not be applied
within 28 days of harvest.  Do not apply
more than twice per fruit year.  Do not
do other work involving contact with the
tree, such as pruning, within 7 days of
application.

Do not apply more than once between
cuttings.  Do not apply within 21 days
of harvest.

14 days.  Do not apply more than once
between cuttings.

16 days.  Do not apply more than once
between cuttings.
Issued:   1-21-72
                    III-D-43.4

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USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm;

Black-eyed peas


Cotton









Crabapples

Cranberries
Cucumbers

Eggplants
Filberts


Grapes





Loganberries


0.3


0.5
(cotton-
seed)







2

2
2

0.3
0.3


5





2

Ibs. actual/A,
1.0


1.0



0.25





3.75

1.0
0.5

0.5
7.5


0.75

1.5

1.125

0.5 (spray)
0,9 (dust)

7 days. Do not apply more than 4 times
per season. Do not graze or feed
treated forage to livestock.
Do not apply within 1 day of picking.
If late season applications are made,
do not graze livestock on treated areas
or feed gin waste.
Ultra low volume aerial application.
Do not graze livestock in treated a,reas.
Do not feed gin trash to livestock.
Do not apply within 2 days of handpick-
ing. Cotton may be machine harvested
anytime after application.
7 days. Do not apply more than 8 times
per Season.
21 days.
1 day. Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.
Do not apply after fruit set.
7 days. Do not graze livestock in
treated groves within 21 days after
application.
No time limitations. Do not apply more
than 3 times per season.
28 days. Do not apply more than 3 times
per season,
10 days. Do not apply more than 3 times
per season,
14 days. Foliar application,

Issued: 6-30-72
III-D-43.5

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0,0-DIMETHYL S-[(4-0X0-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZIN-3  (4H)-YL)METHYL]  PHOSPHORODITHIOATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE
(ppm)

Loganberries
(continued)





Melons

Nectarines

Oats



Onions
Onions
(dry)
Onions
(green)
Peaches

Fears

Pecans




Peppers




2






2

2

0.2
(grain)
2
(straw)
2
2

2

2

2

0.3




0.3



Ibs. actual/A.
2.0



1.0


0.5

2.5
3.0
0.5



1.5
0.75

0.75

2.5
3.0
6.0

10.0

5.6


0.5



LIMITATIONS

Apply only before fruit set or after
crop is harvested. Apply to lower
portion of canes and to soil beneath
plants.
3 days. Apply to lower portion of canes
and to soil beneath plants. Do not
apply more than twice per season .
Apply up to the day of harvest but not
more than 4 times per season.
21 days.
Do not apply after mid-season.
Do not apply more than once per season.
Do not harvest for food, feed, forage,
or graze within 30 days of treatment.

Apply to furrow at planting time.
28 days. Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.
7 days. Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.
21 days.
Do not apply after mid-season.
"7 days. Do not apply more than 8 times
per season.
Do not apply after husks split. Do not
graze livestock in treated groves.
Do not apply after husks split. Do not
graze livestock in treated groves
within 21 days after treatment.
Do not apply within 3 days of harvest if
not more than 4 applications are made .
Do not apply within 14 days of harvest
if more than 4 applications are made.
 Issued:   6-30-72
III-D-43.6

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     0,0-DIMETHYL S-[(4-0X0-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZIN-3 (4H)-YL)METHYL] PHOSPHORODITHIOATE
       USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                 DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
 Plums


 Potatoes

 Prunes


 Quinces


 Raspberries
 Rye




 Soybeans



 Spinach


 Strawberries

 Sugarcane
    0.3

    2
   0.2
 (grain)
     2
 (straw)

   0.2
     2

     0.3
Ib. actual/A.

    4.0


    0.75

    4.0


    6.0
            0.5  (spray)
            0.9  (dust)

                 2.0
                                  1.0
    0.5
    0.75
0.5 (spray)
0.75 (dust)

    0.5

    1.0
(granular)
15 days.  Do not apply more than 8 times
per season.

7 days.

15 days.  Do not apply more than 8 times
per season.

7 days.  Do not apply more than 8 times
per season.

14 days.  Foliar application.
Apply only before fruit set or after
crop is harvested.  Apply to lower
portion of canes and to soil beneath
plants.

3 days.  Apply to lower portion of canes
and to soil beneath plants.  Do not
apply more than twice per season.

Do not apply more than once per season.
Do not harvest for food, feed, forage,
or graze within 30 days of treatment.
Do not apply within 45 days of harvest.
Do not graze or feed treated plants to
livestock.

14 days,
5 days.

30 days.  Do not apply more than 5 times
per season.  Do not feed treated forage
or harvest trash to livestock.  Bagasse
may be used as feed for cattle, sheep
and goats.
.ssued:   7-31-74
                  III-D-43.7
                       Replaces page issued 11-14-72

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   0,0-DIMETHYL S-[(4-0X0-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZINE-3 (4H)-YL)METHYL] PHOSPHORODITHIOATE
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                               DOSAGE
                              LIMITATIONS
Sugarcane
 (continued)
Tobacco

Tomatoes
Walnuts
Wheat
                   0.3
   NF

   2.0
(from pre
and post-
 harvest
 applica-
 tion)
   0.3
   0.2
  (grain)
   2.0
  (straw)
           Ib. actual/A.

               0.75
              (spray)
                               0.75
                             (spray)
   0-75

   0.75

   1.5

 0.02 Ib.
actual per
   ton

  10.0
                               0.5
Use restricted to Florida, Louisiana and
Texas.  Apply by aircraft using a minimum
of 2 gallons of water per acre.  Do not
apply within 30 days of harvest nor more
than 5 times per season.  Do not feed
treated forage or harvest trash to
livestock.  Bagasse may be used as feed
for cattle, sheep and goats.

Use restricted to Florida, Louisiana and
Texas.  Apply undiluted (ULV) by aircraft
Do not apply within 30 days of harvest
nor more than 5 times per season.  Do not
feed treated forage or harvest trash to
livestock.  Bagasse may be used as feed
for cattle, sheep and goats.

6 days.  Foliage treatment.

No time limitations.

14 days.

Postharvest use on processing tomatoes.
Tomatoes must be washed prior to
processing.

Do not apply after husks split.  Do not
graze livestock in treated groves within
21 days after treatment.

Do not apply more than once per season.
Do not harvest for food, feed, forage,
or graze within 30 days of treatment.
 Issued:   7-31-74
                              III-D-43.8
                                 Replaces  page  issued  11-14-72

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     DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH .l-HYDROXy-N.N-DIMETHYJL-.-io-CFOTONvV  -)'i

                              (an organophosphate)

Other names:  Bidrin,  dicrotophos

Empirical formula:  CgH^gNC^P                          Moleci<.'>''! :>"?^ni

                               Structural formula

                               0      CH-,    0
                               11      I       II
                        CCH^O) ?P ~ 0   C --,CH - C -. NfCH.,) .,
                           ~>  ~                     J 4.



Purity:  85% (technical)            Color: Yellow to brown

Physical state:  Liquid            Odor:  Mild ester

Density: 10.1 Ib./gal.  at 68  F.    Specific gravity:  1.22 60/6o  i-.

7apor pressure: 1 x 10   mm.  Hg    Boiling point: 400 C.
      at 20 C.

Flconmdbility:                       Melting point:

Corrosive action: May  be corrosive  to black iron, drum steel,  .> j ,,; i:. ,
      steel type 304 ,  and  brass.   Relatively noncorrosive to Monej , c  "r/^r,
      nickel, and aluminum.   Will not attack glass and certain p].HS*-ics
      including polyethylene,  Teflon, Saran, Bakelite, nonp ' i        "::
      polyvinyl alcohol, and  stainless  steel 316.  Permeable ' :  vt'h "!  f.'.t-
      gauge polyethylene.


Solubility: Miscible  in water, acetone, alcohol, and xylent.  Very slightly
       soluble  in kerpsene  and diesel fuel.
Remarks:  Half-life  in buffered water solution 2 pern, srored at 38 C.;
      pH  1.1,  96 days; pH 9.1, 50 days.  Stable when stored in  glass  or
      polyethylene up to 40 C.; unstable on most solid carriers;  acidic
      solutions  more stable than basic solutions.
 Issued: 11-14-72                III-D-44.a

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    DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE KS1ER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE

Representative T.r^e ! in:: id ,-.,n Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulation

                             BRAND NAME
          ,~  .' '. \-\ji . -'lOjpliaU; ?-'.- i:iLb  3-hydroxy-N,N-dimethyl-ct-s~
          crotoriaml.de. .............. .................................. 25 .05%

                                                                       64.45%

                           .                                            10.50%

           1 rY -I'
          WARNING!  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF  CHILDREN.
          P^soaous if swallowed, inhaled,  or  absorbed through skin.  Rapid-
          ly absorbed through skin.  Repeated  inhalation or skin contact
          ..'i. / .  without symptoms, j-iogressively increase susceptibility to
          this product's poisoning.

          7'" not swallow or get in eyes,  on skin,  or on clothing.  Do not
          breathe vapors .

          Keep out of. the rear;'" of children and domestic animals.  Do not
          contamiaate food or teed products.   Keep away from heat and open
          flame .

          Wear clean, natural rubber gloves, clean protective clothing, and
          goggles.  Replace gloves frequently  and  destroy used gloves.
          Paring commercial or prolonged  exposure  in spray-mixing and load-
          ing operations, wear a mask or  respirator of a type adequate
          ._2 'n<^; this product's vapors and gases.   Wash thoroughly with
          soap arid water after handling and before eating or smoking.  If
          the material gets into the eyes ,  immediately flush with water for
          at l-;.o.:i^. ten minutes and get  medical attention.  In case of
          contact, remove all contaminated  clothing and wash skin with soap
          and water; w.cnh <:1 otabrig before reuse.   In case of spillage, wash
          down with large amounts of water.

          Decontaminate  areas and equipment by washing with concentrated
          solution of alkali and detergent  and rinse with water.
          Note: Caution.  Avoid skin and  eye contamination when handling
          strong caustic solution.
Issued:  11-14-72            111 -0-44.b

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  DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-eis-CROTONAMIDE


Antidote and First Aid Treatment:   Atropine is the emergency antidote for
          this product's poisoning.  Consult your physician about obtaining
          an adequate supply of 1/100-grain atropine tablets for emergency
          use.  Call a physician in all cases of suspected poisoning.

          Internal:  If the material has been swallowed, induce vomiting
          immediately.  This may be done by introducing a finger into the
          throat or by giving warm salt water (1 tablespoon of salt to a
          glass of water).   Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious
          person.

          External:  If the material has been spilled on the skin, immedi-
          ately remove patient from the vicinity of this product, remove all
          contaminated clothing, and wash skin with soap and running water.
          If the material gets into the eyes, wash immediately with running
          water for at least ten minutes.  If warning symptoms appear:
          administer two 1/100-grain atropine tablets immediately; never
          administer atropine unless warning symptoms appear (see warning
          symptoms below),  and keep patient prone and quiet.  Start
          artificial respiration immediately if patient is not breathing.
          Transport the patient immediately to the nearest physician.

Note to Physician:  WARNING SYMPTOMS:  Symptoms include weakness, headache,
          tightness in chest, blurred vision, nonreactive  pinpoint pupils,
          salivation, sweating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal
          cramps.

          TREATMENT:  Atropine is the specific therapeutic antagonist of
          choice against parasympathetic nervous stimulation.  If there are
          signs of parasympathetic stimulation, atropine sulfate should be
          injected at 10-minute intervals, in doses of 1 to 2 milligrams,
          until complete atropinization has occurred.  Morphine is contra-
          indicated.  Clear chest by postural drainage.  Oxygen administra-
          tion may be necessary.  Observe patient continuously for 48 hours.
          Repeated exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors may, without
          warning, cause prolonged susceptibility to very small doses of any
          cholinesterase inhibitor.  Allow no further exposure until time
          fur cholinesterase regeneration has been allowed as determined by
          blood test.

          Disposal precautions:  Decontaminate and destroy used containers.
          Do not reuse for any purpose.  Decontaminate containers by
          rinsing thoroughly with water and alkaline detergent.  Destroy
          containers by breaking and burying fragments in isolated area.
          Dispose of rinsings in a way as not to constitute'a hazard, or
          contaminate water supplies.
Issued: 11-14-72            III-D-44.C

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    DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-<2-s-CROTONAMIDE
          Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to
          direct treatment or residues on crops,  Protective information
          may be obtained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension
          Service.

Wildlife Precautions;  This product is toxic to wildlife.  Keep out of lakes,
          ponds, and streams.  Birds and other wildlife in treated areas
          may be killed.

Directions for Use;  DO not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must specify
          the use for which the product is intended and must be adequate to
          protect the public.)
EPA Registration No.                                    Net Contents

                        Manufacturer's Name and Address
 Issued: 11-14-72              III-D-44.d

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    DIMETHYL  PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH S-HYDROXY-N.N-DTHETH'yi.-^s-rROTONAMTDE

Representative Labeling for a Solution Formulation

                           BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient:
          dimethyl phosphate ester xtfith 3-hydroxy-N ,N-- dime thy !-:rt rated
          solution of alkali and detergent and i im>(-: y;Mi uaic.-.
          Note:  Caution!  Avoid skin and eye eontnrniiir- " i  r, wher  'jnnJling
          strong caustic solutions.

          Disposal precautions:  Do not allow untrained personncJ  to handle
          containers before or after use.  Collect empty Containers  Immedi-
          ately following injection of this product inio the tr<-c .  Do not
          contaminate food or feed products.  Destioy empty conijiners by

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    DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH S-HYDROXY-N.N-DIMETHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE


Antidote and First Aid Treatment: Atropine is the emergency antidote for
          this product's poisoning.   Consult your physician about obtain-
          ing an adequate supply of  1/100-grain atropine tablets for emergen-
          cy use.  Call a physician  in all cases of suspected poisoning.

          Internal:  If the material has been swallowed, induce vomiting
          immediately.  This may be  done by introducing a finger into the
          throat or by giving warm salt water (1 tablespoon of salt to a
          glass of water).  Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious
          person.

          External:  If the material has been spilled on the skin, immediate-
          ly remove patient from the vicinity of this product, remove all
          contaminated clothing, and wash skin with soap and running water.
          If the material gets into  the eyes, wash immediately with running
          water for at least ten minutes.  If warning symptoms appear:
          administer two 1/100-grain atropine tablets immediately, never
          administer atropine unless warning symptoms appear (see warning
          symptoms below), and keep  patient prone and quiet.  Start artifi-
          cial respiration immediately if patient is not breathing.  Trans-
          port the patient immediately to the nearest physician.

Note to Physician: WARNING SYMPTOMS:  Symptoms include weakness, headache,
          tightness in chest, blurred vision, nonreactive pinpoint pupils,
          salivation, sweating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal
          cramps.

          TREATMENT:  Atropine is the specific therapeutic antagonist of
          choice against parasympathetic  nervous stimulation.  If there are
          signs of parasympathetic stimulation,  atropine sulfate should be
          injected at 10-minute intervals, in doses of 1 to 2 milligrams,
          until complete atropinization has occurred.  Morphine is contra-
          indicated. Clear chest by postural drainage.  Oxygen administration
          may be necessary.  Observe patient continuously for 48 hours.  Re-
          peated exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors may, without warning,
          cause prolonged susceptibility to very small doses of any cholin-
          esterase inhibitor.  Allow no further exposure until  time for
          cholinesterase regeneration has been allowed as determined by
          blood test.

Wildlife Precautions;   This  product  is toxic to wildlife.   Keep out of lakes,
          ponds and streams.   Do not apply in any manner not specified on
          the label.   Birds  and other wildlife in treated areas may be
          killed.
 Issued: 11-14-72
III-D-44.f

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    DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-eis-CROTONAMIDE


Directions for Itee: Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must
          specify the use for which the product is intended and must be
          adequate to protect the public.)

EPA Registration No.                                       Net Weight

               Manufacturer's Name  and  Address
 Issued:  11-14-72             III-D-44.g

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DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-c-is-CROTONAMIDE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC. S

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations.

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be ob-
      tained from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Cotton
Dosage

actual/A.
  Aphids
  Cotton fleahopper
  Spider mites
  Thrips
  Aphids
  Black fleahopper
  Boll weevil
  Cotton fleahopper
  Grasshoppers
  Lygus bugs
  Spider mites
0.1-0.2 Ib.
(EC)
0.25-0.5 Ib.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.05 ppm (cottonseed).
30 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.   Foliage application.

Workers entering fields within
16 hours after treatment should
be protected.  For aerial appli-
cation, use a minimum of 3 to 10
gallons of water per acre.  For
ground application, use a minimum
of 3 to 20 gallons of water per
acre.

Foliage application.  For early
season control.  Do not graze
livestock on treated fields or
treated gin trash.  Do not apply
or allow to drift where dairy
animals or animals being finish-
ed for slaughter may be grazing.

Foliage application.  For mid or
late season control.  Refer to
grazing and drift limitations
above.  Some spray mixtures are
not to be applied after bolls
open.
*dicrotophos$ Bidrin

Issued :  8-15-72
III-D-44.1

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DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE
Site and Pest
Cotton  (continued)

  Leaf perforators
  Salt-marsh, caterpillar
  Stink bugs
Soybeans
  (seed crop only)
  Colorado potato beetle
  Grasshoppers
  Leafhoppers
  Mexican bean beetle
  Potato flea beetle
  Stink bugs
  Treehoppers

  Aphids


  Lygus bugs


ORNAMENTALS
Dosage

actual/A.
0.25-0.5/lb.
 (EC)
0.25 Ib,
(EC)
0.5 Ib.
(EC)

0.5-1.0 Ib.
(EC)
Tolerance, Use,  Limitations
Foliage application.  Refer to
grazing and drift limitations
above.  Some spray mixtures are
not to be applied after bolls
open.

NF.
30 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not graze livestock on treated
fields or feed treated trash or
seed.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.
To be applied by trained applicators only (professional arborists and
nurserymen).

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Chrysanthemums
  Aphids
  Mites
  Thrips
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.  Apply to
the point of runoff.
Issued : 8-15-72
III-D-44.2

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Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance, Use,  Limitations
(Woody Shrubs, Trees, and Vines)

For injection treatments:

If trees have been topped or heavily pruned, reduce dosage one ml.  per injec-
  tion site.
If more than 50% of root system is obstructed or damaged, reduce dosage one
  ml. per injection site.
After correction for topping, pruning, and physical root obstructions, trees
  with determinations of less than one ml. per injection site are not to be
  treated.
Space injections 5 to 6 inches apart around bole of tree.
Arborvitae

  Bagworm
  Leafminers
  Mites
Ash

  Aphids

    Trees under 20 ft.
       tall
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft. tall
Azalea

  Azalea leafminer
  Mites
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water
(EC)
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site
(S)
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water
(EC)
Foliage application.
                Injection.
Foliage application.
Issued:  8-15-72
III-D-44.3

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Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Candlesticks
  Aphids
Camellia

  Camellia scale
  Mites
  Tea scale

Crape myrtle

  Aphids
Elm

  Aphids
  Elm leaf beetle
    Trees under 20 ft,
      tall
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft. tall
  European elm scale

    Trees under 40 ft.tall

    Trees 40-50 ft. tall
  Smaller European elm
    bark beetle
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site
(S)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
                Inject when aphids or first gen-
                eration beetle larvae begin leaf
                feeding.
                Inject while crawlers are present,
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site(S)
See instruc-
tion manual
(S)
Injection.  For use by or under
supervision of personnel speci-
fically trained in the use of
dicrotophos as an injection (im-
plant) in elm trees as specified
in the basic producer's instruc-
tion manual.
Issued: 8-15-72
III-D-44.4

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Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Euonymus

  Euonymus scale



Gardenia

  Whiteflies



Hackberry

  Hackberry-nipple-gall
    psyllid

    Trees under 40 ft.
      tall
    Trees 40-60 ft. tall

    Trees over 60 ft.
      tall

Hibiscus

  Cirococcus scale



Holly (Ilex)

  Camellia scale
  Leafminers
  Mites
  Tea scale

Ixora

Scales
1.0 lb.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 lb.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
                Inject when psyllid eggs have  ,
                hatched and leaves have expanded.
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site(S)
1.0 lb.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 lb.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 lb.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued: 8-15-72
III-D-44.5

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Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Juniper

  Bagworm



Linden
Maple

  Aphids
    Trees under 20 ft.
      tall
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft.
      tall
Oak
  Myzocallis aphid
  Obscure scale
  Pit-making scales

    Trees under 20 ft.
      tall
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft.
      tall
Pine
  Pine sawfly
  Pine tip moths
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site
(S)
Foliage application.
                Injection.
                Injection.  For scales, inject
                while crawlers are present.
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injections site
3.0 ml./
injection site (S)
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
Issued : 8-15-72
III-D-44.6

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Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance,_Use, Limitations
Pine (continued)

  European pine sawfly
  Pine spittlebug
  Spider mites
  Southern pine beetle
    species

    Trees under 20 ft.
      tall
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft.
      tall

Privet

  Cottony scales
  Oystershell scale
Roses

  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips

Saaanqua

  Tea scale
Sycamore (Plane tree)

  Sycamore scale

    Trees under 20 ft.
      tall.
    Trees 20-40 ft. tall

    Trees over 40 ft.
      tall
                Injection.
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site(S)
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
0.5 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
1.0 Ib.
actual/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.
                Inject when crawlers appear,
1.0 ml./
injection site
2.0 ml./
injection site
3.0 ml./
injection site(S)
Issued:  8-15-72
III-D-44.7

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DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE ESTER WITH 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL-c-ts-CROTONAMIDE

Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Taxus

  Taxus mealybug              l- lb-         Foliage application.
                              actual/100
                              gal. water(EC)
Issued:  8-15-72              III-D-44.8

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      DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE of 3-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-efs- CROTONAMIDE

                           (an organophosplxate)

Other names: Azodrin, monocrotophos

Empirical formula: C^.NC^P                     Molecular weight: 223.2

                           Structural formula
                                   CH3
                                          0
                                          ll
                                         -CNH CH3
Purity:                              Color: Reddish brown

Physical  state:  Solid at 72 F.     Odor:  Mild ester

Density:                             Specific gravity:

Vapor pressure:  1 x 10~5 mm.        Boiling point:  125 C. at 760 mm. Hg
      at 20 C.
Flammability :  Flash point:  Tag.    Melting point:  25-30 C.
      open cup >175 F.

Corrosive action: May be corrosive to black iron, drum steel, stainless
      steel 304, and brass.  Will not attack glass, aluminum, stainless
      steel 316, and steel pails lined with Unicrom B-124-1.


Solubility:  soluble in water, acetone, and alcohol.  Very slightly soluble
      in kerosene and diesel fuel.

Eemarks:   Relatively sunlight stable and nonvolatile at 100 F. Stable
      when stored in glass and polyethylene containers.  Stable in simple
      alcohols and glycols at room temperatures.  Thermal stability:
      Decomposes at 310-320 F.  (DTA) .  Hydrolysis rate at 20 C. is quite
      slow.  Its half-life in solution (2 ppm) at pH 7.0 and 38 C. is
      23 days; at pH 4.6 and 100 C. is 80 minutes.
Issued:  11-14-72                  III-D-45.a

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         DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF S-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE

Representative Labeling For An Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulation

                           BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient;
          dimethyl phosphate of 3-hydroxy-N-
          methyl-cis-crotonamide  	.	...39.1%

Inert Ingredients: 	,60.9%

Precautionary Labeling:

          DANGER!  POISON.  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
          (skull and crossbones)

          Poisonous if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through skin.  Rapidly
          absorbed through skin.  Repeated inhalation or skin contact may,
          without symptoms, progressively increase susceptibility to
          monocrotophos insecticide poisoning.  Do not swallow or get in
          eyes, on skin, or on clothing.  Do not breathe vapors.  Do not
          contaminate food or feed products.  Not for use or storage in or
          around the home.

          DANGER.  Extremely flammable.  Keep away from fire, sparks, and
          heated surfaces.

          Wear clean rubber gloves, clean protective clothing, and goggles
          or face shield.  Replace gloves frequently and destroy used gloves.
          During commercial or prolonged exposure in spray-mixing and
          loading operations, wear a mask or respirator of a type passed by
          the U. S. Bureau of Mines for monocrotophos insecticide protection.
          Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before
          eating or smoking.  If the material gets into the eyes  immediate-
          ly flush with water for at least ten minutes and get medical
          attention.  In case of contact, remove clothing and wash skin
          with soap and water; wash clothing before reuse.  In case of
          spillage, wash down with large amounts of water.  Decontaminate
          areas and equipment by washing with a concentrated solution of
          alkali and detergent and rinse with water.  Note:  DANGER!  Avoid
          skin and eye contamination when handling strong caustic solutions.

          Disposal precautions:  DECONTAMINATE AND DESTROY USED  CONTAINERS.
          Do not reuse for any purpose.  Decontaminate containers by washing
          thoroughly with a strong solution of alkali and detergent and
          rinsing with water.  Destroy  containers  by crushing and burying
          fragments in an isolated area.  Dispose of rinsings in a way as
          not to constitute a hazard or contaminate water supplies.

  Issued:  11-14-72                 III-D-45.b

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         DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF S-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE
Antidote and 'First Aid Treatment;  Atropine is the emergency antidote for
         monocrotophos insecticide poisoning.  2-PAM is also antidotal and
         may be used in conjunction with atropine.  Call a physician in all
         cases of suspected poisoning.

         INTERNAL:  If the material has been swallowed, induce vomiting
         immediately.   This may be done by introducing a finger into the
         throat or by giving warm salt  water (1 tablespoon of salt to a
         glass of water).   Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious
         person.

         EXTERNAL:  If the material has been spilled on the skin,  immediate-
         ly remove patient from the vicinity of the insecticide, remove all
         contaminated clothing, and wash skin with soap and running water.
         If the material  gets into the  eyes, wash immediately with running
         water for at least 10 minutes.  If warning symptoms appear (see
         warning symptoms  below),  keep patient prone and quiet.  Start
         artifical respiration immediately if patient is not breathing.
         Transport the patient immediately to the nearest hospital.

Note to Physician;  Warning symptoms:  Symptoms include weakness,  headache,
         tightness in chest, blurred vision, nonreactive pinpoint  pupils,
         salivation, sweating, nausea,  vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal
         cramps.

         TREATMENT:   Atropine is the specific therapeutic antagonist of
         choice against parasympathetic nervous stimulation.  If there are
         signs of parasympathetic nervous stimulation, atropine sulfate
         should be injected at 10-minute intervals, in doses of 1  to 2
         milligrams, until complete atropinization has occurred.

         Pralidoxime chloride (2-PAM chloride)  may also be used as an effec-
         tive antidote in  addition to and while maintaining full atropiniza-
         tion.  In adults, an initial dose of 1 gram of 2-PAM should be in-
         jected,  preferably as an infusion in 250 cc. of saline over a 15-
         to 30-minute period.  If this  is not practical, 2-PAM may be
         administered slowly by intravenous injection as a 5 percent solu-
         tion in water over a period of not less than 2 minutes.  After
         about an hour, a  second dose of 1 gram of 2-PAM will be indicated
         if muscle weakness has not been relieved.  For infants and children
         the dose of 2-PAM is 0.25 grams.  Do not use morphine.
Issued:   11-14-72            III-D-45-c

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          DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF 3-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE
          Clear chest by postural drainage.  Oxygen administration may be
          necessary.  Observe patient continuously for 48 hours.   Repeated
          exposure to cholinesterase inhibitors may, without warning, cause
          prolonged susceptibility to very small doses of any cholinesterase
          inhibitor.  Allow no further exposure until cholinesterase regenera-
          tion has been attained as determined by blood test.
Wildlife Precautions:   This product will kill birds and other wildlife.  Keep
          out of any body of water.  Do not apply when weather conditions
          favor drift from areas treated.

Directions for Use:  Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must specify
          the use for which the product is intended and must be adequate to
          protect the public.)
EPA Registration No.                                     Net Contents

                      Manufacturer's Name and Address
  Issued:  11-14-72                 III-D-45.d

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            DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF 3-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-cs-CROTONAMIDE*

     PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  EC

     TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

           General Warnings and Limitations

           Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
           treatment or residues on crops.   Protective information may be obtained
           from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
     Site and Pest
     AGRICULTURAL CROPS
     Cotton
**     Beet armyworm

       Bollworm
       Boll weevil
       Loopers
       Lygus bugs
       Mites
       Pink bollworm
0.4-0.75/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (cottonseed).
21 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
For foliage applications in the
San Juaquin Valley, California,
do not apply later than 2 weeks
after initiation of bloom and
definitely not after July 15 in
order to avoid injury to wild-
life.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.  For early
season control of lygus bugs, and
to control light infestations of
bollworms, loopers and mites, use
0.5 Ib./A.  For control of high
populations of bollworms and
loopers, and for control of boll
weevils, pink bollworms, lygus
bugs and mites, use 0.6 to 1.0
Ib./A.  Do not apply more fre-
quently than every 5 to 7 days.
Do not graze livestock on treated
fields or use treated trash for
feed.
     *monocrotophos; Azodrin

     Issued:  8-30-73
  III-D-45.1
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Site and Pest



Cotton (continued)

  Thrips

  Thrips (on seedling
   cotton)
  Whiteflies

Peanuts
  Granulated cutworm

  Lesser cornstalk
   borer
  Mites
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.12-0.2/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
5.0-25/ton of
cottonseed(EC)
Seed treatment.  Apply to give
uniform coverage of acid, flame
or mechanically delinted cotton-
seed.  Avoid planting treated
seed when soil temperature is
below 65F. or when early season
growing conditions are expected
to be adverse.  Plant treated
seed at same rate as untreated
seed.
Do not store treated seed in
proximity of feed or food in
order to prevent contamination.
0.25-1.0/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
1.0/A.(EC)

1.0/A.(EC)



0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
0.05 ppm (peanuts).
0.5 ppm (peanut hulls).
15 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Band application.
Do not make more than 2 applica-
tions per season.
Do not feed treated vines or hay
to livestock.
Do not graze livestock on treated
fields.

Foliage application.

Apply spray in a 10- to 12-inch
band covering only the soil sur-
face and lowest stems and foliage.

Use restricted to the south-
eastern United States.  Foliage
application.  Use lower dosage
for light infestations and higher
dosage for heavy infestations.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-D-45.2
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         DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF 3-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-cis-CROTONAMIDE
Site and Pest
Potatoes
  Colorado potato
   beetle

  Flea beetles

  Aphids

  Mites
  Potato tuberworm
Sugarcane
  Sugarcane borer
Tobacco
  Green peach aphid
  Tobacco hornworm

  Tobacco budworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Apply in up to 100 gallons of
                  water per acre to give uniform
                  coverage.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)   Foliage application.
0.5/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)




1.0/A.(EC)
0.75/A.(EC)
0.5/A.(EC)


0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Use restricted to northwestern
United States.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply 0.5 Ib. rate against
light infestations.

Foliage application.  Apply by
air, or ground equipment includ-
ing low pressure knapsack
sprayers.

0.1 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./A.

Use restricted to the continental
United States.  For aerial appli-
cation only.

NF.
5 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Do not use
on shade-grown tobacco.

Foliage application.  Use low
dosage for light infestations and
the high dosage for heavy in-
festations.  Do not use on shade-
grown tobacco.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-D-45.2.1
  Replaces page issued  4-6-73

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Site and Pest                Dosage          Tolerance., Use, Limitations

                             actual

ORNAMENTALS

For outdoor use by commercial applicators only in the production of nursery
grown ornamental plants.  Apply in up to, but not more than, 100 gallons of
spray per acre.  Do not transplant, pick, or otherwise handle the treated
plants until 2 days after application.

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Flowers
  Plant bugs
  Thrips

  Aphids
  Cabbage looper
  Leafhoppers
  Mites

Geraniums

  Tobacco budworm
7.5 oz./A.
(EC)

10 oz./A.
(EC)
Foliage application.


Foliage application.
15 oz./A.
(EC)
Foliage application.  Up to 3
applications at 30-day intervals
may be needed for control.
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

Azaleas
Birch
Roses

  Leaf miners
5.0 oz./A.
(EC)
Foliage application.  Apply when
leaves are expanded and small
mines begin to appear.
Conifers

  Sawflies

  Mites
5.0 oz./A.(EC)  Foliage application.
10 oz./A.
(EC)
Foliage application.  A second
application 2 weeks later may be
needed.
Issued:   8-15-72
III-D-45.3

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        Site and  Pest
        Douglas-fir
        Pine
          Sawflies

          Aphids
          Leafhoppers
          Mites

        Shrubs

          Plant  bugs
          Thrips
10 oz./A.(EC)



5.0 oz./A.(EC)

10 oz./A.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                                                    Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.  A second
application 2 weeks later may be
needed.
7.5 oz./A.(EC)    Foliage application.
        Issued:   4-16-73
  III-D-45.4
  Replaces page issued  8-15-72

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            DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF a-METHYLBENZYL 3-HYDROXY-CIS-CROTONATE*
ERIHCffiAL FCBMULMnOHS:  EC; S; D

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide
       USE
                  TOLERANCE
              DOSAGE
                              uxraszais
  Animals:
   Beef cattle
   Dairy cattle
  0.02
neat, fat
and meat
byproducts'
of cattle,
 oats,
hogs, and
sheep)

  0.02
 (milk)
   1.0*
(in water)
                                 0.25*
                              (in water)
                                 0.5*
                              (in water)
                                 1.0*
                               (in  oil)

                                 1.0*
                              (in water)
                                 2.0*
                              (in water)
                                 3-0*
                               (dusting
                                powder)
   1.0*
 (in oil)

   1.0*
 (in oil)
Apply 5 teaspoonsful spray to face  and
a total of 5-10 teaspoonsful to back
and sides of animal.  Do not apply  more
than 3 times per week.

Spray animals thoroughly with up to 1
gallon of 0.25* spray, or up to 2
gallons of 0.1* spray.  Apply second
application 14 days later.  Repeat  as
needed, but not more often than once
every 7 days.

Apply at the rate of 1-2 quarts per
animal the size of an adult cow,
proportionately ls for smaller aninalt.
Do not apply ore often than tvery  7
days.  Do not contaminate food, feed, or
drinking water.

Apply by back rubbers.
                           Apply at  the rate of 1-i Jdnt* per animal
                           the  size  of an adult cow, proportionately
                           less for  smaller animals.  Do not apply
                           more often than every 7 days.  Do not
                           contaminate food, feed, or drinking water.

                           Apply daily at the rate of 1-2 oz. per
                           animal.   Do not contaminate food, feed,
                           or drinking water.

                           Apply at  the rate of 1-2 heaping table-
                           spoonfuls per animal on poll, back, and
                           upper portions of sides.  Do not repeat
                           application within 14 days.

                           Spray 2 fl. oz. pgr animal daily.
                                              Spray 3.5 fl. oz. per animal, two
                                              applications at l4~day interval.
  *Proprietary name:   "Ciodrin"

  Issued:  6-4-71
                     III-D-46.1

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           DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF a-METHYLBENZYL 3-HYDROXY-CIS-CROTONATE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                          LIMITATIONS
Animals:
  Beef  cattle
  Dairy cattle
  (continued)
 Goats
 Sheep
 Swine
 Swine
   0.02
 (meat,  fa
 and meat
 byproduct;
 f cattle
 goats,
 hogs,  am
 sheep)

   0.02
  (milk)
(dusting
 powder)
                              (dusting
                               povder)
               0.25$
              (in water)
                                0.5$
                             (in water)
                                1.0$
                             (in water)
                             (in water)
                                0.25%
                              (in oil)

                               3%(D)
 Apply  in dust bags suspended in livestock
 holding pens, feed lots, loafing sheds,
 near mineral or salt licks and in alley
 ways leading to and from animal buildings
 or dairy barns.  May be applied daily
 when application is made with dust bags.

 Treat  animal thoroughly, for louse
 control.  If necessary, repeat in 3-4
 weeks.  Use in conventional hand and
 powder dusters.  No feed-off period
 required when used on animals being
 feed for slaughter.  Do not treat calves
 under  6 months of age.

 Spray  animals thoroughly with up  to 1
 gallon of 0.25$ spray, or up to 2
 gallons of 0.1% spray.  Apply second
 application 14 days later.   Repeat as
 needed, but not more often than once
 every  7 days.

Apply at the rate of 1 quart per animal.
 Do not apply more often than 7 days.
 Do not contaminate food, feed or
 drinking water.

Apply 5 teaspoonsful spray  to face and
a total of 5-10 teaspoonsful to back
and sides of animal.   Do not apply more
than 3 times per week.

Apply at the rate  of 1 pint per animal.
Do not apply more  often than 7 days.
Do not contaminate food, feed,  or
drinking water.

 Apply  1 oz. per animal.
                           Apply 1-2 oz.  as thoroughly as
                           possible giving special attention
                           to  the neck  and area around the  ears.
                           Repeat in 3-4  weeks if  necessary.
Issued:   7-30-73
                    III-D-46.2    Replaces page issued 12-24-71

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           DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF c^-METHYLBENZYL J5-HYDROXY-CIS-CROTONATE
     USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
 DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Agricultural
  premises:

  Barns
  Dairy  barns
  Fences
  Fly breeding
   areas
  Other  farm
   buildings
   (except
   poultry
   houses)
   0.02
(meat, fat
 and meat
)yproduct
of cattle
 goats,
 hogs, anc
 sheep)

   0.02
  (milk)
   1.0$
(in water)
   0.257.
(in oil)
Apply as a spray at the rate of 1 gal./
1,000 sq. ft.  Do not contaminate food,
feed, or drinking water.

Fog  about 2  fluid ounces of spray per
1,000 cubic feet.  Do not apply in areas
where animals have received direct
application   of  DDVP within 8 hours.
Issued:  12-24-71
                                    III-D-46.3

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                       0,5-DIMETHYL PHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOATE*

        PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:   Water miscible

        TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

              General Warnings  and Limitations

              Bee caution:   This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
              treatment or  residues on crops.   Protective information may be obtained
              from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
**
        Site and Pest
        AGRICULTURAL CROPS
        Broccoli
          Aphids
          Diamondback moth
           (larvae)
          Imported cabbageworm
          Looper,  cabbage
        Brussels sprouts
          Aphids
          Diamondback moth
           (larvae)
          Imported cabbageworm
          Looper,  cabbage
0.5-1.0/A.
(water
miscible)
0.5-1.0/A.
(water
miscible)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
21 day preharvest interval from
above 0.5 through 1.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.

In an insect-prevention program
beginning when plants are small,
use 0.5 Ib. rate and apply at 7-
day intervals.  For cleanup of
existing populations, use 0.75-
1.0 Ib. rate.

1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

In an insect-prevention program
beginning when plants are small,
use 0.5 Ib. rate and apply at 7-
day intervals.  For cleanup of
existing populations, use 0.75-
1.0 Ib. rate.
        *Monitor

        Issued:  4-6-73
                                   III-D-47.1
                   Replaces  page  issued   11-14-72

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                      0,3-DIMETHYL PHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOATE

     Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                               Ib. actual
     Cabbage
       Aphids
       Cabbage looper
       Diamondback moth
         (larvae)
       Imported cabbageworm
**   Cauliflower
       Aphids
       Cabbage looper
       Diamondback moth
         (larvae)
       Imported cabbageworm
     Cotton
0.5-1.0/A.
(water
miscible)
0.5-1.0/A.
(water
miscible)
       Aphids
       Beet armyworm
       Cabbage looper
       Mites
       Thrips
0.5-1.0/A.
(water
miscible)
1.0 ppm.
35 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

In an insect-prevention program
beginning when plants are small,
use 0.5 Ib. rate and apply at
7-day intervals.  For cleanup
of existing populations, use
0.75-1.0 Ib. rate.

1.0 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

In an insect-prevention program
beginning when plants are small,
use 0.5 Ib. rate and apply at
7-day intervals.  For cleanup
of existing populations, use
0.75-1.0 Ib. rate.

0.1 ppm (cottonseed).
50 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not apply after bolls open.
Do not feed gin trash to live-
stock or allow animals to graze
on treated areas.

Foliage application.
     Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-47.2
  Replaces page issued 7-30-73

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                 0,S-DIMETHYL PHOSPHORAMIDOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Potatoes
  Aphids                  0.75-1.0/A.
  Cabbage looper          (water
  Colorado potato beetle  miscible)
  Flea beetles
  Potato leafhopper
  Potato tuberworm
                0.1 ppm.
                14 day preharvest interval
                through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
                application.

                Apply in a 7- to 10-day insect-
                prevention program or as
                necessary.
Issued:  7-31-74
III-D-47.3

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       DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, L, S, SP, susp., D, G, bait, powder, Pr., tables

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Molluscicide, Parasiticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is toxic to bees and should not be applied
      when bees are actively visiting the area.

      Trichlorfon does not significantly affect beneficial insects
      (parasites,  predators and pollinators) especially when applied at
      the minimum recommended rates per acre.  This advantage is lost
      when used in conjunction with or alternated in a program with non-
      selective insecticides.  This applies to alfalfa and cotton in
      particular.

      Trichlorfon is not specifically recommended for the control of
      aphlds, cabbage looper or mites, but good suppression of these
      pests usually results from recommended dosages.

      To avoid plugging, use 50 mesh screens in sprayers when applying
      SP formulations.  Do not use SP formulations in hose-end sprayers
      or proportioners.

      Note that house fly and cockroach baits containing trichlorfon
      or trichlorfon and dichlorvos are marketed primarily as dry baits
      which may also be prepared as liquid or syrup baits as Indicated
      under the various use sites.
*trichlorfon; Dipterex; Dylox; Neguvon

Issued:   3-29-74            III-D-50.1

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

Do not allow trichlorfon to drift onto varieties of sorghum which are
sensitive to phosphates.  To do so may cause injury (burning) to sorghum.

Apply dilute sprays in sufficient water for complete coverage, but in not
less than one gallon per acre.

Refer to Cropland entry for barrier treatment to control migrating annyworm
and saltmarsh caterpillars.
Alfalfa
 (forage
  hay)
  Refer also to Alfalfa (seed crop).

  Alfalfa caterpillar     0.375-0.5/A.
                          (S,SP),
                          0.9-1.0/A.(D)
                60 ppm (fresh).
                90 ppm (hay).
                No pregrazing or preharvest
                interval through 1.0 Ib./A.
                (dilute spray).  Foliage appli-
                cation.  Make up to 3 applica-
                tions per cutting
                3 day pregrazing or preharvest
                interval through 1.0 Ib./A.(ULV).
                Foliage application.  Do not
                apply more than once per cutting.
                7 day pregrazing or preharvest
                interval through 1.0 Ib./A.(dust).
                Foliage application.  Do not
                apply more than once per cutting.
                14 day pregrazing or preharvest
                interval through 1.0 Ib./A.(bait).
                Broadcast application.  Do not
                apply more than once per cutting.

                Use patterns for sprays include
                alfalfa in mixed stands with
                grasses.
                Dust may be formulated with
                sulfur.
                Foliage application.  Some
                S formulations may be applied
                undiluted (ULV).
Issued:  3-29-74
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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Alfalfa  (continued)
 (forage
  hay)

  Alfalfa plant bug
  Alfalfa webworm
  Armyworm
  Beet armyworm



  Crickets

  Fall armyworm


  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs (including
   tarnished plant bug)
  Saltmarsh caterpillar

  Stink bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0/A.(S.SP)
0.25-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(S,SP)
1.0/A.(bait)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(bait)

0.5-1.0/A.(S)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP)
1.0/A.(S.SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)
1.0/A.(bait)

1.0/A.(S,SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)
Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Broadcast application.

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Broadcast application.

Foliage application.  Apply
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Broadcast application.

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.3

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Alfalfa (continued)
 (forage
  hay)

  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
Alfalfa
 (seed crop)
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(bait)
0.5/A.(S.SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)
  Refer also to Alfalfa (forage, hay),
  Armyworm
  Lygus bugs (including
   tarnished plant bug)
  Stink bugs
  Variegated cutworm
1.0-1.5/A.
(S,SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Broadcast application.  Apply
before or just after planting
fields with a history of surface
feeding cutworm damage and to
those fields suspected of being
infested.

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Refer to surface feeding cutworm
entry above.

Foliage application.  Some
S formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

90 ppm (hay).
7 day preharvest interval through
1.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not cut green crop for feed
or forage.  Chaff may be used for
feed or forage.
Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.4

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Artichokes
  Artichoke plume moth

Bananas
  Banana caterpillar
Barley
  Armyworm
  Beet webworm
  Bertha annyworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
2.0-2.5/A.(D)
0.4-0.5/A.(SP)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP)

1.0/A.(bait)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP)

1.0/A.(S,SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.

2.0 ppm.
0.2 ppm (in pulp after peel is
removed).
No preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Repeat as
needed, but not more often than
every 2 weeks.

0.1 ppm (grain).
1.0 ppm (straw).
50.0 ppm  (forage).
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Broadcast
or foliage application.
For sprays make up to 3 applica-
tions per season.  Applications
may be made without removal of
grazing livestock.
For baits do not graze treated
fields.  Do not feed treated
straw to dairy or meat animals.

Foliage application.
Broadcast application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.5

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Barley (continued)

  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Broadcast application.  For
surface feeding cutworms apply
before or just after planting
fields with a history of damage
and to those fields suspected
of being infested.

Foliage application.
Beans
 (dry, snap)
  Refer also to Beans (lima).

  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
  Lygus bugs
  Mexican bean beetle
1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)
                  0.1 ppm (beans).
                  1.0 ppm (vines).
                  14 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band,
                  broadcast or foliage application.
                  For bait applications do not
                  feed treated vines to dairy or
                  meat animals.
                  Dust may be formulated with
                  sulfur.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.6

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Beans (continued)
 (dry, snap)

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Stink bugs
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
  Western bean cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.5/A.,
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0-1.5/A.
(D,S,SP)

1.5/A.,
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)

1.5/A.,
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or as
a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding
                                            cutworm entry above.
Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.7

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Beans (lima)
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
  Lygus bugs
  Mexican bean beetle
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0-1.5/A.
(D,S,SP)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0-1.5/A.
(D,S,SP)
  Saltmarsh caterpillar   1.5/A.(bait)
  Stink bugs
1.0-1.5/A.
(D,S,SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
12 ppm (beans [reflecting 0.1
ppm in or on the shelled beans],
bean vines, bean vine hay)
3 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.(dust, spray).
Foliage application.  Make up
to 5 applications per season.
30 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.(bait).
Band or broadcast application.
Do not apply more than twice
per season.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.8

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Beans (lima) (continued)

  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
  Western bean cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.5/A.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)

1.5/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
Refer to surface feeding cut-
worm entry above.

Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.9

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Beets
  Alfalfa webworm


  Armyworm
  Beet armyworm


  Beet webworm

  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers

  Lygus bugs


  Saltmarsh caterpillar
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band, broad-
cast of foliage application.
Do not eat tops.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.10

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

Beets (continued)

  Surface feeding         1.5/A.            Apply as a band over the row,
   cutworms                 or              around the base of plants or
                          0.037/1,000       as a broadcast treatment.  Apply
                          sq.ft.(bait)      before or just after planting
                                            fields with a history of surface
                                            feeding cutworm damage and to
                                            those fields suspected of being
                                            infested.

  Variegated cutworm      0.5-1.0/A.(SP),    Foliage application.
                          1.0/A.(D)
Issued:  3-29-74            III-D-50.11

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Brussels sprouts
Cabbage
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Diamondback moth

  Imported cabbageworm
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft. (bait)
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

0.5/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Band,
broadcast or foliage application.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or as
a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after plant-
ing fields with a history of
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding
                                            cutworm entry above.
Foliage application.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.12

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Carrots
  Beet armyworm


  Dipterous leafminers

  Lygus bugs

  Saltmarsh caterpiller


  Variegated cutworm
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(D,SP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm.
                  28 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Do not use tops for feed or food.
                  Dusts may be formulated with
                  sulfur.

                  Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.
1.0-1.5/A.(D,SP)  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
1.5/A.(SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

0.5/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)
                  Foliage application.


                  Foliage application.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.13

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Cauliflower
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Diamondback moth

  Imported cabbageworm
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

0.5/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.   Band,
broadcast or foliage applica-
tion.  Dust may be formulated
with sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding
                                            cutworm entry above.
Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.14

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Citrus
  California orangedog

  Citrus cutworm
  Citrus looper

  Fruittree leafroller
  Omnivorous leafroller

  Orange tortrix

  Western avocado
   leafroller
Dosage

Ib. actual
2.0/A.(SP)

4.0/A.(SP)


2.0/A.(SP)


4.0/A.(SP)

2.0-4.0/A.(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (fruit).
2.5 ppm (in dried citrus pulp)
21 day preharvest interval
through 4.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.  Make up to 3
applications per season.
Use restricted to Arizona and
California.
Apply in 200-500 gallons water
per acre.   Ground application
only.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.


Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.15

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Clover
 (forage
  hay)
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Refer also to Clover (seed crop).

  Alfalfa caterpillar
  Alfalfa webworm



  Armyworm

  Beet armyworm



  Leafhoppers

  Lygus bugs (including
   tarnished plant bug)

  Stink bugs

  Variegated cutworm
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
0.375-0.5/A.
(S,SP)

0.25-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.(S,SP)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  60 ppm (fresh).
                  90 ppm (hay).
                  No pregrazing or preharvest
                  interval through 1.0 Ib./A.
                  (spray).   Foliage application.
                  Make up to 3 applications per
                  cutting.
                  7 day pregrazing or preharvest
                  interval through 1.0 Ib./A.
                  (dust).  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than once per
                  cutting.
                  Use patterns for sprays include
                  clover in mixed stands with
                  grasses.
Foliage application.


Foliage application.



Foliage application.

Foliage application.
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.

1.0/A.(D,S,SP)    Foliage application.
1.0/A.(D,S,SP)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP),
1.0/A.(D)

0.5/A.(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)
Foliage application.

Foliage application.



Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.16

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Clover
 (seed crop)
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Refer also to Clover (forage, hay),
  Armyworm
  Lygus bugs
  Stink bugs
  Variegated cutworm
1.0-1.5/A.(S),
1.25-1.75/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  90 ppm  (hay).
                  7 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.5 Ib./A.(spray) or
                  1.75 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
                  application.  Do not cut green
                  crop for feed or forage.
                  Chaff may be used  for feed or
                  forage.
Foliage application.
D may be formulated with sulfur.
Collards
  Armyworm
  Beet webworm

  Crickets
1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.1 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Band,
broadcast or foliage application.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.17

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Collards (continued)

  Diamondback moth
  Dipterous leafminers
Dosage

Ib. actual



1.0/A.(D,SP)
  Saltmarsh caterpillar   1.0/A.(D,SP)

                          1.0/A.
                            or
                          0.025/1,000
                          sq.ft.(bait)
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Thrips

  Variegated cutworm
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.(SP)

0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.

                  Apply as a band over the row,
                  around the base of plants or
                  as a broadcast treatment.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding
                                            cutworm entry above.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.18

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Corn
  Arrayworm
  Crickets
                          Ib.  actual
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.1 ppm (corn grain including
popcorn, fresh corn including
sweet corn [kernels plus cob
with husk removed]).
30 ppm (fodder, forage).
No preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.(spray).  Foliage
application.  Make up to 3
applications per season.
40 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.(bait) for
feed, food or ensilage.  Band
or broadcast application.
Do not apply more than once
per season.

Foliage application.  For
early season application when
plants are 3 to 12 inches high,
direct spray to lower portions
of plants and to soil around
base of plants.  Later in the
season applications may be made
as a full coverage spray.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
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Site and Pest



Corn (continued)

  Cutworms
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
Dosage

Ib. actual



0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  For early
season application when plants
are 3 to 12 inches high, direct
spray to lower portions of
plants and to soil around base
of plants.  Later in the season
applications may be made as a
full coverage spray.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or Just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
Cotton
  Armyworm


  Beet armyworm
1.5/A.(bait)
1.0/A.(S,SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)
0.1 ppm (cottonseed).
7 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band, broad-
cast or foliage applications.
14 day pregrazing interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band, broad-
cast or foliage application.
Trichlorfon may occasionally
cause marginal leaf burn.

Apply in a band over the row
or as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.  Apply
when economic populations are
first noted and repeat at
weekly intervals until con-
trolled.  D may be formulated
with sulfur, toxaphene or
toxaphene and sulfur.
Issued:   3-29-74
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Site and Pest
Cotton (continued)

  Black cotton
   fleahopper complex
  Cotton fleahopper
  Cotton leafperforator
  Cotton leafworm
  Crickets
  Darkling beetles
  Leafrollers
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0-1.5/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)

0.25-1.0/A.
(S.SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)
1.0-1.5/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)
                          0.6-0.9/A.(D)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with sulfur.
Foliage application.  For light
to moderate Infestations apply
sprays at the 0.25 Ib. rate.
Higher rates may be required if
heavy infestations or migrations
occur.  D may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.  Apply when
economic populations are first
noted and repeat at weekly
intervals until controlled.  D
may be formulated with sulfur
or toxaphene.

Foliage application.  Formulated
with toxaphene and sulfur.

Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with sulfur.
Apply, in a band over the row or
as a broadcast application.

Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with sulfur.
1.0-1.5/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.21

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Site and Pest



Cotton (continued)

  Lygus bugs
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Southern garden
   leafhopper

  Stink bugs
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Western yellowstriped
   armyworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0-1.5/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)
                          0.6-0.9/A.(D)
1.5/A.(S(SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
1.0/A.(S,SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)

1.0-1.5/A.
(S.SP),
0.9-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
0.9-1.0/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply when
economic populations are first
noted and repeat at weekly
intervals until controlled.
D formulated with toxaphene or
sulfur.

Foliage application.  Formulated
with toxaphene and sulfur.

Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with sulfur.

Apply as band over the row
or as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with sulfur.
Apply in a band over the row
or as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
D may be formulated with sulfur.
Issued:  3-29-7A
  III-D-50.22

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cowpeas
 (including
 black-eyed peas
 crowder peas
 Southern peas)
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
  Lygus bugs
  Mexican bean beetle

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Stink bugs
1.0-1.5/A.
(D,S,SP)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)
1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft. (bait)

1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)
0.1 ppm (cowpeas).
1.0 ppm (vines).
14 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.   Band, broad-
cast or foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice
per season.
For baits do not feed treated
vines to dairy or meat animals.
Dusts may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Apply in a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.23

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cowpeas (continued)

  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Variegated cutworm
1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.
(D.S.SP)

1.5/A.
  or
0.037/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Apply in a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding
                                            cutworm entry above.
Cropland
 (including
 field crops
 vegetable crops)

  Armyworm
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
                  NF.
0.75 Ib./lOO
linear feet(D),
0.75 Ib./lOO
linear feet
(bait)
Barrier treatment.  To control
migrating caterpillars place a
1/8 inch deep, 6 inch wide band
of dust or a 1/8 to 1/4 inch
deep, 6 inch wide band of bait
around fields to be protected.
Apply to soil away from feed,
food or forage crops.  For best
results use dust in conjunction
with an aluminum or fiber
barrier strip.  Dust application
is for saltmarsh caterpillar
only.
Issued:   3-29-74
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Site and Pest
Flax
  Armyworm



  Beet webworm

  Bertha armyworm

  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms



  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm (seed).
                  1.0 ppm (straw).
                  21 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Broadcast
                  or foliage application.  For
                  sprays apply up to 3 treat-
                  ments per season.  Applications
                  may be made without removal of
                  grazing livestock.
                  For baits do not graze treated
                  fields or feed straw to dairy
                  or meat animals.

0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.

1.0/A.(bait)      Broadcast application.

0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
1.0/A.(S,SP)

1.0/A.(bait)
Foliage application.

Broadcast application.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
Grass
  Refer to Pasture (grass) or Rangeland (grass).
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.25

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Lettuce
  Armyworm
  Beet webworm

  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
1.0/A.(D.SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0/A.(D,SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.1 ppm.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.  Band, broad-
cast or foliage application.
Do not apply after heads begin
to form.
Dusts may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
Issued:   3-29-74
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Site and Pest



Lettuce (continued)

  Thrips

  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual



0.5-1.0/A.(SP)

0.5-1.0/A.(SP)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Refer to surface feeding cut-
worm entry above.
Lima beans
  Refer to Beans (lima).
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.27

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Site and Pest
Oats
  Armyworm



  Beet webworm

  Bertha armyworm

  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms



  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm (grain).
                  1.0 ppm (straw).
                  50 ppm (forage).
                  21 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Broadcast
                  or foliage application.
                  For sprays make up to 3
                  applications per season.
                  Applications may be made
                  without removal of grazing
                  livestock.
                  For baits do not graze treated
                  fields.  Do not feed treated
                  straw to dairy or meat animals.

0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.

1.0/A.(bait)      Broadcast application.

0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
1.0/A.(S,SP)

1.0/A.(bait)
Foliage application.

Broadcast application.  For
surface feeding cutworms apply
before or just after planting
fields with a history of damage
and to those fields suspected of
being infested.
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.28

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Site and Pest
Pasture (grass)
  Armyworm
  Fall armyworm

  Leafhoppers

  Plant bugs
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0/A.(S,SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
60 ppm (fresh).
90 ppm (hay).
No preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Make up to 3 applications per
cutting or per season if crop
is not cut for hay.
Applications may be made
without removal of grazing
livestock.

Foliage application.
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.

1.0/A.(S,SP)      Foliage applicaiton.
Peanuts
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.05 ppm  (peanuts).
4.0 ppm (peanut vine hay and
hulls).
No preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Band or broadcast
application.  Make up to 3
applications before digging.
One additional treatment may be
made between digging and harvest,

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.29

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Peppers
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
   (including serpentine
   leafminer complex)
  Pepper maggot

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.25/A.(D)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.1 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.(spray, bait)
or 1.25 lb./A.(dust).  Band,
broadcast or foliage application.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.30

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Pumpkins
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Squash bug
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
  Varigated cutworm
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(SP),
1.25-1.5/A.(D)

1.0/A.(bait)
0.5-1.0/A.(SP),
1.25-1.5/A.(D)

1.0/A.(bait)
0.1 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.(spray,
bait) or 1.5 Ib./A.(dust).
Band, broadcast or foliage
application.  Apply only once
per season.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast application.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of surface feeding cutworm
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.
                                            Refer to surface feeding cutworm
                                            entry above.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.31

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Rangeland
 (grass)
  Armyworm
  Fall armyworm
  Leafhoppers
  Plant bugs
  Range caterpillar
1.0/A,(S,SP)
0.5-1.0/A.
(S.SP)
1.0/A.(S.SP)
0.25-0.5/A.
(L)
                          0.5-1.0/A.
                          (S,SP)
240 ppm (forage, hay).
No preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A. (ULV L in oil).
Foliage application.  Make up
to 3 applications.
No preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A. (dilute sprays and
ULV S formulations).  Foliage
application.  Applications may
be made without removal of
livestock.
For dilute sprays make up to
3 applications per cutting or
per season if grass is not
cut for hay.
For ULV S formulations do not
apply more than once per
cutting or per season if grass
is not cut for hay.

Foliage application.  Some S
formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some S
formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

Foliage application.  Some S
formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).

ULV foliage application.  L form-
ulated in oil.  Apply undiluted
by aircraft capable of delivering
the proper volume per acre.
Treat actively feeding and
mobile caterpillars in the third
through fifth instars.

Foliage applicaiton.  Some S
formulations may be applied
undiluted (ULV).
Issued:   3-29-74
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Site and Pest
Safflower
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Lygus bugs
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
  Thrips
  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
1.5/A.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.5/A.(D)
1.5/A.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.(SP)
1.25-1.5/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (seed).
Apply up to onset of bloom
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band,
broadcast or foliage appli-
cation.  Apply up to twice
per season.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.
Broadcast application.  Do not
apply after plants begin to
bloom.

Broadcast application.  Do not
apply after plants begin to
bloom.

Foliage application.  Make the
first application approximately
2 weeks prior to bloom and the
second one at the onset of
bloom.

Broadcast application.  Do
not apply after plants begin
to bloom.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.  Make the
first application approximately
2 weeks prior to bloom and the
second one at the onset of
bloom.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.33

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Site and Pest
Soybeans
 (seed crop)
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
  Lygus bugs
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.75/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
1.5/A.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.75/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.
Do not pasture or use treated
crop for feed, food, forage
or oil.
Dusts may be formulated with
sulfur.

Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.
  Saltmarsh caterpillars  1.0-1.5/A.(bait)  Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
  Stink bugs
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.75/A.(D)
Foliage application.
1.0-1.5/A.(bait)  Apply as a band over the row,
                  around the base of plants or
                  as a broadcast treatment.
                  Apply before or Just after
                  planting fields with a history
                  of surface feeding cutworm
                  damage and to those fields
                  suspected of being infested.
  Variegated cutworm
1.0-1.5/A.(SP),
1.25-1.75/A.(D)
Foliage application.
                          1.0-1.5/A.(bait)  Refer to surface feeding cutworm
                                            entry above.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.34

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Sugar beets
  Armyworm


  Beet armyworm



  Beet webworm



  Crickets


  Dipterous leafminers

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
Dosage

Ib. actual
1.5/A.(bait)
1.0-1.5/A.
(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)

0.5-1.0/A.
(S,SP),
1.0/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
1.0/A.(D,S,SP)

1.5/A.(S.SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.5/A.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (roots).
12 ppm (tops).
14 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A.  Band,
broadcast or foliage applica-
tion.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.5 Ib./A. for baits
if tops are to be fed to
livestock.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row
or as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row
or as a broadcast treatment.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
                                            Apply as a band over the row
                                            or as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.35

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations


                          Ib. actual

Sugar beets (continued)

  Surface feeding         1.5/A.(bait)      Apply as a band over the row
   cutworms                                 or as a broadcast treatment.
                                            Apply before or Just after
                                            planting fields with a history
                                            of surface feeding cutworm
                                            damage and to those fields
                                            suspected of being infested.

  Variegated cutworm      0.5-1.0/A.        Foliage application.
                          (S,SP),
                          1.0/A.(D)
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Tobacco
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Green June beetle
   (larvae)
  Hornworms
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms (including
   black cutworm
   granulate cutworm
   variegated cutworm)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
0.5/100 sq.
yds.(SP)
1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)

1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
  Tobacco budworm
1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.5/A.(D)
NF.
3 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A.(spray) or
1.5 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
application.
Do not apply baits after plants
are 2 feet tall.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Do not apply directly into the
bud.

Soil drench.  Apply in 100
gallons of water to uprooted
areas of plant beds.

Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.  Do
not apply directly into the bud.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after plant-
ing fields with a history of
damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.

Foliage application.  Apply
directly into the bud.
Issued:  3-29-74
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Tomatoes
  Armyworm
  Crickets
  Dipterous leafminers
   (including serpentine
   leafminer complex)

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)

1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.25/A.(D)
1.0/A.
  or
0.025/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
  Tomato hornworm
1.0/A.(SP),
1.0-1.25/A.(D)
0.1 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A. (spray)
or 1.25 Ib./A. (dust).
Foliage application.
28 day preharvest interval
through 1.0 Ib./A. (bait).
Band or broadcast application.
Do not graze fields treated
with baits.
Dust may be formulated with
sulfur.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after plant-
ing fields with a history of
damage and to those fields sus-
pected of being infested.

Foliage application.
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Site and Pest
Wheat
  Armyworm



  Beet webworm

  Bertha armyworm

  Crickets
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Surface feeding
   cutworms



  Variegated cutworm
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.1 ppm (grain).
                  1.0 ppm (straw).
                  50 ppm (forage).
                  21 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Broadcast
                  or foliage application.
                  For sprays make up to 3 applica-
                  tions per season.  Applications
                  may be made without removal of
                  grazing livestock.
                  For baits do not graze treated
                  fields.  Do not feed treated
                  straw to dairy or meat animals.

0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.

1.0/A.(bait)      Broadcast application.

0.5-1.0/A.(S.SP)  Foliage application.
1.0/A.(S.SP)

1.0/A.(bait)
Foliage application.

Broadcast application.
For surface feeding cutworms
apply before or just after
planting fields with a history
of damage and to those fields
suspected of being infested.
0.5-1.0/A.(S,SP)  Foliage application.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.39

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY

(Dairy)
(Livestock Intended for Slaughter)

Do not treat lactating dairy cattle, animals less than 3 months old, sick,
convalescent, or stressed livestock.
Do not apply in conjunction with oral drenches, other internal medications,
or with other organic phosphates or materials having cholinesterase
inhibiting activity.
Beef cattle
Dairy cattle
 (non-lactating)
                0.1 ppm (meat, fat, and meat
                byproducts of cattle).
                0.01 ppm (milk).
                7 day prefreshening interval
                through 0.5 fl. oz. 8% solution/
                100 Ib. body wt.  Pour-on
                application.
                If freshening occurs within 7
                days after treatment, do not
                use milk for human consumption
                for the balance of the 7-day
                interval.
                14 day prefreshening interval
                through 8 Ib./lOO gallons of
                water.  Spray application.  If
                freshening occurs with 14 days
                after treatment, do not use
                milk for human consumption for
                the balance of the 14-day
                interval.
                14 day preslaughter interval
                through 8 Ib./lOO gallons of
                water.  Spray application.
                21 day preslaughter interval
                through 0.5 fl. oz. 8% solu-
                tion/100 Ib. body wt.  Pour-on
                application.
Issued:   3-29-74
III-D-50.40

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use. Limitations

                          actual

Beef cattle   (continued)
Dairy cattle
 (non-lactating)
  Cattle grubs
   (including
    common cattle grub,
    northern cattle
     grub)
0.5 fl.oz.
8Z/100 Ib.
body wt.(S)
Pour-on application.  Apply
a single treatment along the
backllne.
Proper timing of treatment is
important.
For most effective results,
cattle should be treated as soon
as possible after fly activity
ceases.
Host-parasite reactions sometimes
occur when cattle are treated
while the common cattle grub is
in the gullet, or while the
northern cattle grub is in the
area of the spinal cord.  Consult
your veterinarian, extension
livestock specialist or extension
entomologist regarding timing of
treatment.  If it is impossible
to determine the origin of the
cattle, and thus the exact stage
of the grubs is unknown, it is
recommended that they receive
only a maintainance ration of
low energy feed during the treat-
ment period.  This lessens the
likelihood of severe bloat which
may occur in cattle on full feed
when the common cattle grub is
killed while in the gullet.
Do not treat animals for 10 days
before or after shipping or
weaning, or after exposure to
contagious or infectious
diseases.
Issued:  3-29-74
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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Beef cattle   (continued)
Dairy cattle
 (non-lactating)
  Cattle grubs
  (continued)
  Horn fly
  Lice
8.0 Ib./lOO gal.
water(SP)
8.0 Ib./lOO gal.
water(SP)

0.5 fl.oz.
8%/100 Ib.
body wt.(S)
Spray application.  Apply a
a single treatment with high
pressure (250-350 psi) to
thoroughly wet the skin.
Operate box-type spray chutes
at maximum pressure.
Do not spray in a confined,
nonventilated area.
Refer to timing information
under pour-on application above.

Spray application.  Apply to
runoff.

Pour-on application.  Apply
along the backline.
                          2.0 Ib./lOO gal.  Spray application.  Apply to
                          water(SP)         runoff.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.42

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Livestock Not Intended for Slaughter)

This chemical is also classified as a drug for use against certain internal
parasites.  These uses are not included here as they are under the purview
of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act administered by the Food and
Drug Administration, Department of Health, Education and Welfare.

Horses

Do not treat horses to be slaughtered for food.
Do not treat sick, toxic, or debilitated horses, or mares in the last month
of pregnancy.
Do not administer in conjunction with or for 10 days to 2 weeks (depending
upon the product) before or after treatment with other organic phosphates
or cholinesterase inhibitors.

  Horse bots              9.0 g./500 Ib.    Administer dry or dissolved in
                          body wt.(SP)      water.  Mix with the amount of
                                            feed to be consumed at one
                                            feeding.  Withdrawal of feed
                                            12 to 18 hours prior to treat-
                                            ment will assure complete
                                            ingestion.
                                            Do not treat colts under 4
                                            months of age.
                                            Do not retreat horses at inter-
                                            vals of less than 30 days.
                                            Symptoms of overdosage are
                                            ataxia and colic.
                                            Do not administer intravenous
                                            anesthetics, especially muscle
                                            relaxants, for a period of
                                            2 weeks after using trichlorfon.
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Site and Pest
Horses (continued)
Dosage

actual
  Horse bots (continued)  9.1 g./500 Ib.
                          body weight
                          (G,tablet)
                          3 oz. 7.47%/
                          300-400 Ib.
                          animal,
                          3 oz. 11.205%/
                          500-700 Ib.
                          animal,
                          3 oz. 16.803%/
                          800-1,000 Ib.
                          animal (powder)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  Federal law restricts this drug
                  to use by or on the order of a
                  licensed veterinarian.
                  Do not fast horses before or
                  after treatment.
                  Mix G with a normal amount of
                  grain.
                  Administer tablets orally.
                  Preferably horses should be
                  treated one month after the
                  first killing frost, and one
                  month after being pastured.
                  Symptoms of overdosage are
                  colic, diarrhea and ataxia, and
                  appear within 1 to 3 hours after
                  treatment.  Such symptoms are
                  usually transient and persist
                  only briefly.
                  Surgery or severe stress should
                  be avoided for at least 2 weeks
                  before or after treatment.

                  Reduce amount of feed in the
                  evening to a minimum.  The
                  following morning mix with
                  the normal amount of feed.
                  Should symptoms of overdosing
                  such as muscular incoordination,
                  colic or abdominal pain appear,
                  consult your veterinarian.
                  Do not retreat horses at inter-
                  vals of less than 30 days.
                  Formulated with phenothiazine.
Issued:  3-29-74
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Site and Pest
Horses (continued)
Dosage

actual
  Horse bots (continued)  9.1 g./500 Ib.
                          body weight
                          (susp.)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  Federal law restricts this drug
                  to sale by or on the order of
                  a licensed veterinarian.
                  Administer by stomach tube.
                  Prepare each dose individually.
                  Do not retain any unused portion
                  for use at a later date.
                  Do not fast horses before or
                  after treatment.
                  Preferably, horses should be
                  treated one month after the
                  first killing frost, and one
                  month after being on pasture.
                  Horse bots are usually removed
                  in 5 to 7 days.
                  Symptoms of overdosage are
                  colic, diarrhea and ataxia, and
                  appear within 1 to 3 hours
                  after treatment.  Such symptoms
                  are usually transient and
                  persist only briefly.
                  Surgery or other severe stress
                  should be avoided for at least
                  one week after treatment.
                  Formulated with phenothiazine
                  and piperazine dihydrochloride.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.45

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Direct application of trichlorfon to walls, floors, or other surfaces
previously treated with lime, whitewash or other alkaline materials
may be ineffective.
On limed floors, where floors are lacking, or where there is not enough
clean floor space available, treat and distribute bait on sacking, boards,
or cardboard strips.
Trichlorfon dry and liquid baits may be applied daily, if needed, until
flies are controlled.

(Dairy Barns and Milk Rooms)

Do not contaminate milk or milk handling equipment.
Do not contaminate feed, drinking water, litter and feed troughs.
Do not treat portions of buildings where animals can lick the treated
surface.
Dairy barns
  House fly
                  0.1 ppm (meat, fat, and meat
                  byproducts of cattle).
                  0.01 ppm (milk).

0.25%(bait)       Bait block.  Distribute at the
                  rate of one 2.5 ounce block per
                  100 square feet.  Place on
                  ledges, window sills, tops of
                  bulk feeders or on floor areas
                  inaccessible to animals and
                  children.   Locate where dead
                  flies or bait cannot fall into
                  feed or drinking water.  Formu-
                  lated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
                  dimethyl phosphate.
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Site and Pest
Dairy barns
Milk rooms
  Cockroaches
Dosage

actual
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)
                          1.0%(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (meat, fat, and meat
byproducts of cattle).
0.01 ppm (milk).

Dry bait.  Scatter directly onto
manure where pests breed or
congregate.  Scatter lightly on
floors, alleyways, window sills,
and other clean horizontal sur-
faces.  For faster results apply
to a moistened surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar or
2 cups of corn syrup.  Sprinkle
on floors, alleyways, window
sills, and other areas where
pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces, ceiling cracks, and
rafters where pests congregate.
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Site and Pest
Dairy barns (continued)
Milk rooms

  Housefly
Dosage

actual
0.5 Ib. 0.4%
    or
0.25 Ib. W
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

0.5 Ib.
0.25-0.5Z/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)

                          1.0%(bait)
                          1.0 Ib. 0.25%/
                          0.5 pt. water
                              or
                          1.0 Ib.
                          0.5%/pt. water
                          (bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dry bait.  Refer to the previous
cockroach entry.
Dry bait.  Scatter on floors,
alleyways and other areas where
flies congregate.  Formulated
with 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Apply 1 to 3 gallons per 1,000
square feet to rafters, ceiling
cracks, the outer surfaces of
animal enclosures, and other
areas where flies congregate.
Formulated with 2,2-dichloro-
vinyl dimethyl phosphate.
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Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
(Poultry Houses and Yards)

Poultry houses
 (caged poultry only
  including
  chickens,
  turkeys)

  Cockroaches
  House fly
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft. (bait)

0.25-1.0 Ib.
1%/gal. water
(bait)
0.5 Ib. 0.4%
    or
0.25 Ib. !%/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

0.25 Ib.
0.52/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)

                          l%(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.
Keep baits out of reach of
poultry.
Do not contaminate feed or
drinking water.

Dry bait.  Apply to droppings
under cages, along alleyways
and walkups.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar or
2 cups of corn syrup per gallon.
Sprinkle on floors, alleyways,
and other areas where pests
congregate.

Dry bait.  Refer to the previous
cockroach entry.
Dry bait.  Repeat at weekly
intervals.  Apply along edges
of droppings and around doorways.
Formulated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
dimethyl phosphate.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with enough water to make
a syrup.  Brush onto cage
supports, rafters and around
doorways.
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Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Poultry houses (continued)
 (caged poultry only
  including
  chickens,
  turkeys)

  House fly (continued)
1.0 Ib. 0.25%/
0.5 pt. water
(bait)
                          0.25% (bait)
Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Brush onto cage supports,
rafters, and around doorways.
Formulated with 2,2-dichloro=
vinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Bait block.  Distribute at the
rate of one 2.5 ounce block per
100 square feet along the edge
of rafters or the sides of
dropping pits.  Formulated with
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.50

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Animal Buildings Other Than Dairy and Poultry)
(Farm Storage and Equipment)
(Feed Lots and Holding Pens)
(Outdoor Areas)
                                            0.1 ppm (meat, fat, and meat
                                            byproducts of cattle).
Animal buildings
 (excluding
  dairy and
  poultry)
Farm buildings
Feed lots
Fur bearing animal
 ranches
Holding pens
Outdoor areas
Do not contaminate feed, drinking water, litter and feed troughs.
Do not treat portions of buildings or areas where animals can lick the
treated surface.
  Cockroaches
                          0.25 Ib.
                          1%/1.000
                          sq.ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)
                          l%(bait)
Dry bait.  Scatter directly
onto manure, refuse, floors,
alleyways, and other areas
where pests breed or congregate.
For faster results apply to a
moistened surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar
or 2 cups or corn syrup.
Sprinkle on floors, alleyways,
window sills and other areas
where pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces, ceiling cracks and
rafters where pests congregate.
Issued:   3-29-74
                            III-D-50.51

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Animal buildings (continued)
 (excluding
  dairy and
  poultry)
Farm buildings
Feed lots
Fur bearing animal
 ranches
Holding pens
Outdoor areas
  House fly
4 lb./40
gal. water(SP),
5 this. 80%
(SP)/gal.
water
                          0.5 Ib. 0.4%
                              or
                          0.25 Ib. !%/
                          1,000 sq.ft.
                          (bait)

                          0.5 Ib.
                          0.25%/1,000
                          sq.ft.(bait)
Residual premise spray.  Remove
animals before spraying.  Not
for use on fur bearing animal
ranches.  Apply in and around
buildings and stock pens.  Apply
to ceilings, floors, walls,
refuse, manure piles, and other
areas where flies congregate.
Apply at the rate of one gallon
per 500 square feet of surface
area.  Repeat as needed, but not
more frequently than at 1- to
2-week intervals.  For longer
residual activity add one pound
of sugar per gallon of spray.

Dry bait.  Refer to the previous
cockroach entry.
                  Dry bait.  Scatter on floor,
                  alleyways and areas where flies
                  congregate including manure and
                  refuse piles.  Formulated with
                  2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
                  phosphate.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.52

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Animal buildings (continued)
 (excluding
  dairy and
  poultry)
Farm buildings
Feed lots
Fur bearing animal
 ranches
Holding pens
Outdoor areas
  House fly (continued)
0.5 Ib.
0.5%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)

                          1.0%(bait)
                          1.0 Ib. 0.25%/
                          0.5 pt. water
                          (bait)
                          1.0 Ib. 0.5%/
                          pt. water
                          (bait)
Dry bait.  Refer to the 0.25%
entry above.  Not for use on
fur bearing animal ranches.
Formulated with 2,2-dichloro=
vinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces, ceiling cracks, and
rafters where pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Apply 1 to 3 gallons per 1,000
square feet to rafters, ceiling
cracks, the outer surfaces of
animal enclosures, and other
areas where flies congregate.
Formulated with 2,2-dichloro=
Vinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to 0.25% entry above.
Not for use on fur bearing
animal ranches.  Formulated with
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.53

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Animal buildings (continued)
 (excluding
  dairy and
  poultry)
Farm buildings
Feed lots
Fur bearing animal
 ranches
Holding pens
Outdoor areas

  House fly (continued)   0.25% (bait)      Bait block.  Distributed at the
                                            rate of one 2.5 ounce block per
                                            100 square feet.  Place on
                                            ledges, window sills, tops of
                                            bulk feeders or on floor areas
                                            and outdoors where they are
                                            inaccessible to animals and
                                            children.  Locate where dead
                                            flies or bait cannot fall into
                                            feed or drinking water.  Formu-
                                            lated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
                                            dimethyl phosphate.
Issued:  3-29-74            III-D-50.54

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use,  Limitations

                          actual

HUMANS. PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Do not treat portions of buildings or areas where animals can lick the
treated surface.  Apply baits in areas inaccessible to children and animals.
Do not contaminate feed or drinking water.
Do not use in homes.
Refer to AQUATIC AREAS for Aquarium uses.
This chemical is also classified as a drug for use against certain
internal parasites.   These uses are not included here as they are
under the purview of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act
administered by the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Health,
Education and Welfare.
  (Demodectic mange
   mites)
75 mg./kg. body
weight(tablet)
Federal law restricts this drug
to use by or on the order of a
licensed veterinarian.
Administer twice weekly with or
after regular meals.
Aids in the control of demodec-
tic mange.
The initial dose should be
divided, 1/2 being given in the
morning and 1/2 in the evening,
to detect the occasional animal
which may be hypersensitive to
organophosphates.  If animal
reacts discontinue medication.
Do not administer to greyhounds,
sick, toxic or debilitated dogs,
dogs heavily infested with
hear tworms, and dogs which have
recently been bathed or treated
with a cholinesterase inhibit-
ing compound.
Treated dogs should not be
subjected to excessive stress.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.55

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use. Limitations

                          actual
Dogs (continued)

  Fleas
75 mg./kg.
body weight
(tablet)
                          0.5%(Pr.)
  Lice

  Ticks
0.5%(Pr.)

75 mg./kg.
body weight
(tablet)
                          0.5%(Pr.)
Refer to the previous demodectic
mange mite entry.  Up to 100%
of the fleas will be killed
within 3 days.

Spray entire body against the
natural lay of the hair.  Spray
for 5 to 10 seconds for dogs up
to 10 pounds in weight, 10 to
20 seconds for dogs 10 to 30
pounds in weight, and 20 to 30
seconds for dogs over 30 pounds
in weight.  Do not spray into
eyes.  Do not use on cats.
Repeat as neeeded, but not more
often than weekly.
For more prolonged control the
dog's bedding should also be
treated to help prevent reinfes-
tation.
Formulated with 0,0-diethyl
0-(3-chloro-4-methyl-2-oxo--
2H-l-benzopyran-7-yl)
phosphorothioate.

Refer to the previous flea entry.

Refer to the previous demodectic
mange mite entry.  Highest
activity against ticks occurs
within the first 24 hours.

Refer to the previous flea entry.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.56

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Animal hospitals

  Cockroaches
  House fly
Dog kennels

  Cockroaches
0.25 Ib.
1X/1.000 sq.
ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)
                          l*(bait)
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          l/?/gal. water
                          (bait)
                             (bait)
Dry bait.  Scatter outside run-
ways, on window sills, on ledges
and other areas where pests
congregate.   For caged units
apply along edges of dropping
area.  For faster results apply
to a moistened surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar
or 2 cups of corn syrup.  Apply
outside runways and areas where
pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces, and areas where pests
congregate.
Dry bait.  Scatter outside run-
ways, on window sills, on ledges
and other areas where pests con-
gregate.  For caged units apply
along edges of dropping areas.
For faster results apply to a
moistened surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar or
2 cups of corn syrup.  Apply
outside runways and areas where
pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces, and areas where pests
congregate.
Issued:  3-29-74
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Site and Pest
Dog kennels  (continued)

  House fly
Dosage

actual
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)

0.25 Ib.
0.25%/1,000
sq.ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)

                          1% (bait)
                          1.0 Ib.
                          0.25%/0.5 pt.
                          water(bait)
                          0.25%(bait)
                          40 g./gal.
                          water/750
                          sq.ft.(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dry bait.  Refer to the previous
cockroach entry.
Dry bait.  Scatter outside run-
ways, on window sills, ledges
and other surfaces where flies
congregate.  For cage units
apply along edges of dropping
areas.  Formulated with
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Refer to the previous cockroach
entry.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Brush onto vertical surfaces,
and areas where flies congregate.
Formulated with 2,2-dichloro=
vinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Bait block.  Distribute at the
rate of one 2.5 ounce block per
100 square feet in areas where
flies congregate.   Formulated
with 2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.

For use by,pest control operators
only.  Spot treatment.  For
longer residual control mix with
one pound of sugar or molasses
per gallon of water.  Apply as a
spray or brush onto areas where
flies congregate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.58

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Dog kennels  (continued)

  Cat flea                40 g./gal.         For use by pest control operators
  Dog flea                water/1,000       only.  Treat yard area, and other
                          sq.ft.(SP)         areas frequented by animals.
                                            Remove animals before treating
                                            and let deposit dry before
                                            allowing animals back in.
                                            Repeat as needed, but not more
                                            frequently than at 1- to 2-week
                                            intervals.
Sleeping quarters
 (dogs,
  cats)

  Cat flea                40 g./gal.         For use by pest control operators
  Dog flea                water/1,000       only.   Refer to previous entry
                          sq.ft.(SP)         under Dog kennels.
Issued:  3-29-74            III-D-50.59

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

ORNAMENTALS

For hose end sprayers or proportioners follow manufacturers mixing
directions.

(Lawns and Turf)

Grass

Do not graze or use clippings from treated areas for feed or forage.
Do not allow children or pets on treated areas until spray deposit has
dried.
  Armyworm
  Chinch bug
10-15 oz./5,000
sq.ft.(S)
40-50 fl.oz.
12.82%(S)/
5,000 sq.ft.

1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.125-0.187 lb./
5,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

5.6-8.0 Ib./A.
    or
10.0-12.8 oz./
Foliage application.  Apply in
up to 75-150 gallons of water
by means of a watering can,
compressed air or power sprayer.

Foliage application.  Formulated
with pyrethrins.
                                            Broadcast application.
Use restricted to Florida.
Foliage application.  Two treat-
ments 2 to 3 weeks apart may be
                          5,000 sq.ft.(SP)  required for control.  Apply in
                                            up to 150 to 200 gallons of water
                                            per 5,000 square feet of area.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.60

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Grass (continued)

  Crickets
  Cutworms
  Earwigs
  Sod webworms
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.125-0.187 lb./
5,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

5.6-8.0 Ib./A.
(SP),
10-15 oz./
5,000 sq.ft.
(S,SP)

1.0 lb.
1Z/500 sq.ft.
(bait)
5.6-8.0 Ib./A.
(SP),
10-15 oz.75,000
sq.ft.(S.SP)
Broadcast application.
Foliage application.  Apply in
up to 75 to 150 gallons of water
per 5,000 aquare feet of area.
Sprinkle lightly on grass near
foundations of houses and along
sidewalks and driveways.  Treat
around porches, doors and other
entrances to homes.  Apply in
late afternoon.  Repeat in 2
weeks if needed.

Foliage application.  Apply in
up to 75 to 150 gallons of water
per 5,000 square feet of area.
For best results, mow lawn and
rake dead grass from damaged
areas.  Water lawn and allow
grass to dry before spraying.
Do not water again for at least
3 days.  Repeat as needed, but
not more frequently than at 3-
to 4-week intervals.  Up to 3
applications may be required for
maximum control.  In most areas
the first application should be
made in May or June.  Consult
your state Agriculture Experiment
Station or Cooperative Agricul-
ture Extension Service for more
specific information.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.61

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Grass (continued)

  Sod webworms
   (continued)
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
  White grubs
40-50 fl.oz.
12.82%(S)/
5,000 sq.ft.
                          10.88 oz./
                          5,000 sq.ft.
                          (G)
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.125-0.187 lb./
5,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

15 oz./5,000
sq.ft.(S,SP)
Foliage application.  For heavy
soils or thick, matted lawns
apply the higher rate.
Formulated with pyrethrins.

Broadcast application.  Make up
to 4 applications at 3- to
4-week intervals beginning in
early to mid May.  Rake lawn and
remove debris.  Water and cut
lawn to 2 to 2 1/2 inches.
Apply early or late in the day
when caterpillars are active.
Water well after treatment.

Broadcast application.
Foliage application.  Apply in
up to 75 to 150 gallons of
water.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.62

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Site and Pest
(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)
                            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Narcissus
  Narcissus bulb fly
          1.0 Ib./lOO gal.
          water/1,000 ft.
          of row(SP)
            Soil drench.  Direct stream at
            base of plants at the beginning
            of adult activity (early May
            to June).  Repeat annually.
Flowering plants
 (including
  Ajuga
  Aster
  Carnation
  Dahlia
Fuchsia
Ornamental
 strawberry
Pansies
Petunia
Salvia
Snapdragon
Zinnia)
Phytotoxicity has occured on certain varieties of carnations and zinnias.
When treating large plantings of these flowers for the first time, treat
a few plants and observe for 4 to 5 days before treating the entire planting.
D may be formulated with sulfur.
Do not handle treated plants until spray deposit has dried.
  Armyworm
          1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
          gal. water(S,SP),
          2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
          gal.(S)/gal.
          water,
          1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)
                          2 tbls.
                          1.5 Ib./gal.
                          (EC)/gal. water

                          1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
                              or
                          0.025-0.037/
                          1,000 sq.ft.
                          (bait)
                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

                            Apply as a band over the row,
                            around the base of plants or
                            as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
            III-D-50.63

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
Flowering plants (continued)

  Climbing cutworms
  Crickets
  Darkling beetles
  Diamondback moth
  Dipterous leaftniners
  Earwigs
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
gal.(S)/gal.
water,
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)
                          2 tbls.
                          1.5 Ib./gal.
                  Foliage application.  Formulated
                  with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                          (EC)/gal. water   0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.025-0.037/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
                  Apply as a band over the row,
                  around the base of plants or
                  as as broadcast treatment.
                  Foliage application.  Formulated
                  with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                          (EC)/gal. water   0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
                  Foliage application.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water
(S,SP),
2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
gal.(S)/gal.
water,
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)
                          2 tbls.           Foliage application.  Formulated
                          1.5 Ib./gal.       with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                          (EC)/gal. water   0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
1.0 lb.
1%/500 sq.ft.
(bait)
                  Broadcast application.  Apply
                  in late afternoon.  Repeat in
                  2 weeks if needed.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.64

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Site and Pest             Dosage

                          actual

Flowering plants (continued)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Hornworms
  Imported cabbageworm
  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs
   (including
   tarnished plant bug)
  Saltmarsh caterpillar
  Stink bugs
2 tbls.
1.5 lb./
gal.(EC)/gal.
water
Foliage application.  Formulated
with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S.SP),
2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
gal.(S)/gal.
water,
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)
2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water

1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.025-0.037/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)
Foliage application.  Formulated
with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
gal(S)/gal.
water,
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)
                          2 tbls.
                          1.5 Ib./gal.
                          (EC)/gal. water
                  Foliage application.  Formulated
                  with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                  0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.65

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Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Flowering plants (continued)
  Surface feeding
   cutworms
  Tobacco budworm
  Webworms
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.025-0.037/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S.SP),
2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
gal.(S)/gal.
water,
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.(D)

2 tbls.           Foliage application.  Formulated
1.5 Ib./gal.      with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
(EC)/gal. water   0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.66

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

Do not handle treated plants until spray deposit has dried.

Pines
  Nantucket pine
   tip moth
  Zimmerman pine moth
Shrubs
Trees
Vines
 (including
  Acacia
  Alder
  Arborvitae
  Azalia
  Camellia
  Cypress
  Dogwood
  Elm
       1.0 Ib./lOO gal.  Foliage application.
       water(S.SP),
       2-3 tsp. 4 lb./
       gal.(S)/gal.
       water
Ficus                   Heather
Fir                     Hibiscus
Flowering crabapple     Holly
Flowering peach         Ivy
Flowering plum          Juniper
Forsythia               Lilac
Gardenia                Locust
Hawthorn                Magnolia
                        Maple
Oak
Oleander
Pine
Rhododendron
Rose
Spirea
Spruce
Viburnum
Weigela)
For formulations with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl] 0,0-dimethyl phosphoro=
thioate, plant injury has been noted on royal purple smoke trees, hawthorn,
flowering cherries, and flowering crabapples.  See III-E-16 for further
information.
  Armyworm
       1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
       gal. water(S,SP),
       2-3 tsp.
       4 lb./gal
       gal. water,
       5%(D)
Issued:  3-29-74
         III-D-50.67

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Site and Pest
Shrubs (continued)
Trees
Vines

  Armyworm (continued)
  Bagworm
  Birch  leafminer
Dosage

actual
                                            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations
                          2  this.
                          1.5  Ib./gal.
                          (EC)/gal. water

                          1  fl.oz.
                          12.82%(S)/gal.
                          water

                          1.0-1.5  Ib./A.
                              or
                          0.5-0.75  Ib.
                          5%/l,000  sq.ft.
                          (bait)
                  Foliage application.  Formulated
                  with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                  0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
                  Foliage application.
                  with pyrethrins.
                                                                  Formulated
                  Apply in a band over the row,
                  around the base of plants or
                  as a broadcast treatment.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp.
A lb./gal.(S)/
gal. water,
2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water

1 fl.oz.
12.82%(S)/gal.
water

2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(S)/gal. water
                                            Foliage  application.   Formulated
                                            with  S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl  phosphorothioate.
                                            Foliage  application.
                                            with  pyrethrins.
                                                                  Formulated
                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.68

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Site and Pest
Shrubs (continued)
Trees
Vines

  Climbing cutworms
  Crickets
  Darkling beetles
  Dipterous leafminers
   (including
   holly leafminer
   complex)
  Flea beetles
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp.
4 lb./gal
gal. water,
5%(D)
1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.025-0.037/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)

2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Foliage application.  Formulated
with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
(EC)/gal. water   0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp.
4
gal. water,
                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water

1 fl.oz.
12.82%(S)/gal.
water
Foliage application.
with pyrethrins.
Formulated
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.69

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Shrubs (continued)
Trees
Vines
  Hornworms
  Leafhoppers
  Lygus bugs
   (including
   tarnished plant bug)
  Plant bugs
   (including
   Lygus bugs)

  Saltmarsh caterpillar
2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water
Foliage application.  Formulated
with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
gal. water(S,SP),
2-3 tsp.
4 lb./gal
gal. water,
5%(D)
2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water

1 fl.oz.
12.82%(S)/gal.
water

2 tbls.
1.5 Ib./gal.
(EC)/gal. water

1.0-1.5 Ib./A.
    or
0.025-0.037/
1,000 sq.ft.
(bait)
                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.
Foliage application.
with pyrethrins.
Formulated
Foliage application.  Formulated
with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

Apply as a band over the row,
around the base of plants or
as a broadcast treatment.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.70

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Site and Pest
Shrubs (continued)
Trees
Vines

  Stink bugs
  Surface  feeding
   cutworms
 Webworms
                          Dosage

                          actual
                                           Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                          1.0-1.5  Ib./lOO   Foliage  application.
                          gal. water(S,SP),
                          2-3  tsp.
                          gal.  water,
                          5%(D)

                          2 tbls.
                          1.5 Ib./gal.
                          (EC)/gal.  water

                          1.0-1.5  Ib./A.
                              or
                          0.025-0.037/
                          1,000 sq.ft.
                          (bait)
                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

                                            Apply as a band over the row,
                                            around the base of plants or
                                            as a broadcast treatment.
                          1.0-1.5 Ib./lOO   Foliage application.
                          gal. water(S,SP),
                          2-3 tsp.
                          gal. water,
                          5%(D)

                          2  tbls.
                          1.5  Ib./gal.
                          (EC)/gal. water

                          1  fl.oz.
                          12.82%(S)/gal.
                          water
                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with S-[2-(ethylsulfinyl)ethyl]
                                            0,0-dimethyl phosphorothioate.

                                            Foliage application.  Formulated
                                            with pyrethrins.
Issued:   3-29-74
                            III-D-50.71

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

FOREST. NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

Recreation areas
 (including
 latrines,
 picnic areas,
 refuse areas)

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Do not contaminate food or drinking water.
  Cockroaches
  House fly
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)
                          0.25-1.0 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)
                          l%(bait)
Dry bait.  Scatter lightly where
pests breed or congregate.  For
faster results apply to a
moistened surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar or
2 cups of corn syrup.  Sprinkle
where pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush on vertical sur-
faces and other areas where
pests congregate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.72

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Trees

For use in forest pest control programs under supervision of governmental
authorities or qualified foresters.
ULV applications with S formulations can cause spotting of painted surfaces
of automobiles.
ULV applications with L in oil have not resulted in spotting of automobile
finishes.

  Forest tent             0.75 Ib./A.(S)    Use restricted to Alabama and
   caterpillar                              Louisiana.  Apply undiluted
                                            (ULV) with aircraft equipment
                                            capable of delivering the
                                            proper volume per acre.

  Gypsy moth              1.0 Ib./A.        For use in gypsy moth control
  (caterpillars)          (S,L in oil)      programs.  Apply undiluted
                                            (ULV) with aircraft capable of
                                            delivering the proper volume
                                            per acre.

                                            It is not necessary to remove
                                            honey bee colonies from
                                            forested areas to be treated.

                                            For L in oil it is recommended
                                            that storage time be held to
                                            a maximum of 7 weeks.  Before
                                            and after application flush
                                            entire spray system including
                                            storage tanks with kerosene,
                                            No. 2 fuel oil, or diesel oil.
                                            Do not mix with water, aromatic
                                            solvents, or any other
                                            pesticide.
Issued:   3-29-74            III-D-50.73

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

AQUATIC AREAS

Aquariums

  Snails
0.002 oz.
(tablet)
Ponds

  Anchor worms
   (Lernaea spp.)
  Fishlice
   (Argulus spp.)
  Gill flukes
   (Cleidodiscus spp.
    Dactylogyrus spp.
    Gyrodactylus spp.)
0.25 ppm
(SP)
Add one tablet per 10 gallons
of water.  Maintain filtration
and aeration during treatment.
Remove snails as they die during
treatment.  Certain fish such as
angel fish and catfish may be
sensitive to trichlorfon, there-
fore, caution should be used
especially when these species
are present in the aquarium.
Apply to ponds containing bait
fish and goldfish.  Dissolve
in water and distribute uniform-
ly over the water surface to be
treated.  Apply with a sprink-
ling can, low pressure sprayer
or by metering into the wake of
a power boat.  Best results
will be obtained with a criss-
cross pattern covering the
entire surface area.
For maximum control of anchor
worms and fishlice make 4 appli-
cations at weekly intervals.
A single application will
normally control gill flukes.
For maximum control of these
pests treat ponds before the
water temperature at the 2-foot
level reaches 85F.
Do not use in streams.
Do not apply to ponds contain-
ing fish intended for human food.
Do not apply to ponds used as a
source of drinking water for
humans or animals.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.74

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Si,te and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Do not contaminate food, drinking water or utensils.
Do not allow children or pets in treated areas until sprayed surfaces
are dry.
Apply baits in areas inaccessible to children and pets.  Trichlorfon
dry and liquid baits may be applied daily, if needed, until flies are
controlled

Dpmestic dwellings
 (indoors)
  Bed bug
40 g./gal.
water(SP)
  Cockroaches
  Crickets
40 g./gal.
water(SP)
For use by pest control
operators only.  Apply as a
coarse spray or brush onto
baseboards, cracks, and
crevices.  Treat beds including
a light application to tufts
and seams of mattresses.  Do
not soak mattresses.  Treated
mattresses should be aired for
at least 8 hours or until dry.
Do not treat infant bedding or
cribs.

For use by pest control
operators only.  Spot treatment.
Apply as a coarse spray at the
rate of one gallon per 750
square feet or brush onto base-
boards, cracks, crevices and
other areas where pests hide
or congregate.  SP may also be
mixed with sugar and used as a
0.46% dry bait against cock-
roaches.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.75

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Domestic dwellings (continued)
 (indoors)
  Cockroaches (continued) 0.92%(bait)
  Crickets
  Silverfish
Outdoor Areas
  Cockroaches
40 g./gal.
water(SP)
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)
                          0.25 Ib.
                          1%/gal. water
                          (bait)
                          IJSCbalt)
Dry bait.  Place small amounts
behind sinks, refrigerators,
stoves, and cabinets where pests
hide or congregate.  Any bait
visible after application
should be carefully brushed
into cracks and crevices or
removed.

For use by pest control operators
only.  Spot treatment.  Refer to
previous cockroach entry.
Dry bait.  Apply where pests
breed or congregate.  For faster
results apply to a moistened
surface.

Liquid bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix with one pound of sugar or
2 cups of corn syrup.  Sprinkle
where pests congregate.

Syrup bait.  Spot treatment.
Mix in enough water to make a
syrup.  Brush onto vertical
surfaces where pests congregate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.76

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest



Outdoor Areas (continued)

  Earwigs
  House fly
Dosage

actual
1.0 Ib.
1%/500 sq.ft.
(bait)
0.25 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)

0.25 Ib.
1%/gal. water
(bait)

l%(bait)
                          U(bait)
                          0.25%(bait)
                          40 g./gal.
                          water(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply in late afternoon.
Sprinkle around porches, doors
and other entrances to homes.
Apply to ground and grass around
foundations of homes and along
sidewalks and driveways.  Repeat
in 2 weeks if needed.

Dry bait.  Refer to previous
cockroach entry.
                                            Liquid bait.  Refer to previous
                                            cockroach entry.
Syrup bait.  Refer to previous
cockroach entry.

Bait block.  Dip 2 ounce block
in water then attach under
garbage can lids or hang where
flies congregate.

Bait block.  Distribute 2.5 ounce
blocks where flies congregate.
Formulated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
dimethyl phosphate.

For use by pest control operators
only.  Apply as a coarse spray
at the rate of one gallon per
750 square feet or brush onto
selected surfaces where flies
congregate.  Mix spray with one
pound of sugar per gallon for
longer residual control.  On
manure piles and garbage dumps
apply at the rate of 2 quarts per
100 square feet.  Repeat at 1- to
2-week intervals as needed.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.77

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

URBAN AND RURAL OUTDOOR AREAS (PUBLIC HEALTH)

Refer to Recreation Areas under:

      FOREST. NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS
COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS

Good sanitation is a necessary part of any house fly control program.
Baits may be used in edible product areas.  Do not use other formulations
in edible product areas of food processing plants, restaurants or other
areas where food is commercially prepared or processed.
Do not use in serving areas while food is exposed.
Apply baits in areas inaccessible to children and animals.
(Edible Product Areas)

Poultry packing plants
Red meat packing plants
  Cockroaches
  House fly
0.25 Ib.
17/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)

1.0 Ib. 1%/gal.
water(bait)

l%(bait)
For use in Federally inspected
plants.  Use only when the
facility is not in operation
and food is not exposed.  Use
only in bait boxes where bait
in each box can be accounted for.
Remove and account for all bait
boxes prior to resuming food
processing.

Dry bait.
                                            Liquid bait.  Mix with one pound
                                            of sugar or 2 cups of corn syrup.

                                            Syrup bait.  Mix in enough water
                                            to make a syrup.
Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-50.78

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Areas Other Than Edible Product Areas)

Do not treat cannery waste which may be fed to livestock.
Do not contaminate feed, food, water or food processing equipment.
Refer also to sites, pests and limitations under DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL
FACILITES AND SCHOOLS.

Indoor Areas

Place small quantities of bait on pieces of paper carboard or in jar lids
in locations inaccessible to children and animals.  Place baits where dead
or dying insects cannot fall into food, utensils or drinking water.
Wet dry bait slightly for increased killing efficiency.
  Cockroaches
  House fly

Indoor Areas
Outdoor Areas

  House fly
l%(bait)
40 g./gal.
water(SP)
Dry bait.
For use by pest control opera-
tors only.  Spot treatment.
Not for use in dwellings.  Apply
as a coarse spray at the rate of
one gallon per 750 square feet
or brush onto selected surfaces
where flies congregate.  Treat
only when animals and humans
are absent.  Do not allow them
to return until treated surfaces
are dry.
Apply to garbage piles at the
rate of 2 quarts per 100 square
feet.  Mix spray with one pound
of sugar per gallon for longer
residual control.  Repeat at
1- to 2-week intervals as needed.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.79

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     DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL) PHOSPHONATE
Site and Pest
Outdoor Areas
  House fly
Dosage

actual
0.25-0.5 Ib.
1%/1,000 sq.
ft.(bait)

0.5 Ib.
0.25-0.5%/l,000
sq.ft.(bait)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dry bait.  Scatter on ground
where flies congregate.
                                            Dry bait.  Scatter on ground
                                            where flies congregate.  Formu-
                                            lated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
                                            dimethyl phosphate.
Issued:  3-29-74
  III-D-50.80

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            DIMETHYL (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL)PHOSPHONATE
                             ESTER OF BUTYRIC ACID*
     PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  EC

     TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

     Site and Pest             Dosage

                               actual
                Tolerance, Use, Limitations
     LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY

**   This chemical is also classified as a drug for use against certain
     internal parasites.  These uses are not included here as they are
     under the purview of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
     administered by the Food and Drug Administration, Department of
     Health, Education, and Welfare.
     (Livestock Not Intended for Slaughter)
     Horses
                Federal law restricts this drug
                to use by or on the order of a
                licensed veterinarian.
                Do not use in horses intended
                for food.
                Do not use on foals (sucklings
                and young weanlings).
                Do not mix in advance of treat-
                ment and store for future use.
                Fasting of horses prior to or
                after treatment is unnecessary.
                Horses severely debilitated,
                suffering from diarrhea or
                severe constipation, infectious
                disease, toxemia or colic should
                not be treated until such condi-
                tions are corrected with proper
                therapy.
                This chemical is a cholinesterase
                inhibitor.  Do not use in horses
                simultaneously or within a few
                days before or after treatment
                with or exposure to cholinester-
                ase inhibiting drugs, pesticides
                or chemicals.
     *butonate

     Issued:  3-29-74
III-D-51.1
Replaces page issued 1-14-74

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             DIMETHYL  (2,2,2-TRICHLORO-l-HYDROXYETHYL)PHOSPHONATE
                              ESTER OF BUTYRIC ACID
      Site and Pest
     Horses  (continued)

       Horse bot  fly
         (larvae)
       Throat bot fly
         (larvae)
Dosage

actual
1.0 fl. oz. of
13% conc./200
Ib. body
weight(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
**
For the removal and control of
pests listed.  Emulsify the
correct amount of concentrate
in a convenient amount of water
(0.5-2.0 pints) and administer
via stomach tube only.
      Issued:   3-29-74
  III-D-51.2

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                  4,6-DINITRO-o-CRESOL, SODIUM SALT*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  S

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
  Apple aphid
  Apple grain aphid
  Rosy apple aphid
  Eyespotted bud moth
  Oystershell scale
  Scurfy scale
0.61-0.81/100
gal. water
     or
3.6-4.8/A.(S)

0.81/100 gal.
water
      or
4.8/A.(S)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.

For dormant application only.
Apply as a fog spray with at
least 275 psi.
For dormant application only.
Apply as a fog spray with at
least 275 psi.
*sodium 4,6-dinitro-o-cresylate; DNOC, sodium salt

Issued:  5-30-73            III-D-53

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2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
             NITROOCTYLPHENOLS (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)**
 *(a mixture of l-methylheptyl;l-ethylhexyl and 1-propylpentyl isomers)

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP, D

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Acaricide

Site and Pest             Dosage

                          Ib. actual
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Apples
  Clover mite
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.8-2.0/A.(EC),
0.8-1.2/A.(WP)
Apples (non-bearing
  or nursery stock)
  Clover mite
  Spider mites

Apricots
0.12/100 gal.
water(EC)
  Clover mite
  European red mite
  Peach silver mite
  Plum rust mite
  Twospotted spider mite

** dinocap; Karathane

Issued:  4-6-73
0.6-1.0/A.(EC)
0.1 ppm  (interim).
21 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not graze livestock in treated
orchards or feed cover crops from
treated orchards to livestock.

Foliage application.  Claim for
WP is limited to aid in suppres-
sion of populations.  Do not use
EC with oil or oil-based pesti-
cides or apply it to foliage with-
in 30 days after an oil spray
application.  Repeat at 7- to 10-
day intervals.

NF.
Apply only to nursery trees or
to young trees which will not
bear fruit within one year.
Foliage application.
to 10-day intervals.
Repeat at 7-
                  0.1 ppm  (interim).
                  45 day preharvest interval through
                  1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not graze livestock in treated
                  orchards or feed cover crops from
                  treated orchards to livestock.
Foliage application.
to 10-day intervals.
Repeat at 7-
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                     DINOSEB, TRIETHANOLAMINE SALT*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  liquid

TYPE PESTICIDES Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Alfalfa (seed crop)
  Mites (including
   clover mite
   pacific spider mite
   strawberry spider mite
   twospotted spider mite)
0.5-1.0/A.
(liquid)
Almonds

  Mites (including
   brown mite
   European red mite)
  Peach twig borer
  Scales
  Apple aphid
  Apple grain aphid
  Rosy apple aphid
1.0/100 gal.
water(liquid)
0.5/100 gal.
water
     or
A.0/A.(liquid)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.
Do not feed treated plant resi-
due to livestock or graze live-
stock in treated fields.

Foliage application.  Apply di-
luted in water after first cut-
ting when the first bloom starts
to show.  Make sure of adequate
soil moisture before application
and irrigate about 72 hours after
treatment.

NF.

For dormant application only.
NF.

For spring dormant application
only.
*2-sec-butyl-4,6-dinitrophenyl, triethanolamine salt;
 4,6-dinitro-o-seo-butylphenol, triethanolamine salt;
 DNBP, triethanolamine salt
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-D-56-1.1
Replaces page III-D-52 issued
5-14-71.

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     DINOSEB, TRIETHANOLAMINE SALT

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          Ib. actual
Apples (continued)

  Brown rdte
  European red mite
  Eyespotted bud moth
  Leaf crumpler
  Oystershell scale
  San Jose scale
  Scurfy scale

Cherries

  Black cherry aphid
  Brown mite
  California casebearer
  Cherry casebearer
  European red mite
  Eyespotted bud moth
  Leaf crumpler

Clover, landino
 (seed crop)
  Mites (including
   clover mite
   pacific spider mite
   strawberry spider mite
   twospotted spider mite)
          1.0-1.5/100
          gal. water
               or
          4.0/A.(liquid)
          0.5/100 gal.
          water(liquid)

          1.0/100 gal.
          water(liquid)
          0.5-1.0/A.
          (liquid)
For early dormant application.
A delayed dormant application may
also be made.  Use higher dosage
for severe infestations or for
reduced-volume sprays.
                            NF.
For dormant application only.
For dormant application only.
NF.
Do not feed treated plant resi-
due to livestock or graze live-
stock in treated fields.

Foliage application.  Apply di-
luted in water after first cut-
ting when the first bloom starts
to show.  Make sure of adequate
soil moisture before application
and irrigate about 72 hours after
treatment.
Currants
  Currant aphid
  Aphids
  San Jose scale
          0.5/100 gal.
          water(liquid)

          1.0/100 gal.
          water(liquid)
                            NF.
For dormant application only.
For dormant application only.
Issued:  5-30-73
            1II-D-56-1.2
  Replaces page III-D-52 issued
  5-14-71.

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     DINOSEB, TRIETHANOLAMINE SALT

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          Ib. actual
Pears

  Brown mite
  European red mite
  Leaf crumpler
  Pear psylla (eggs)
          1.0/100 gal.
          water
               or
          4.0/A.(liquid)
Pecans

  Obscure scale
  Pecan nut casebearer
  Pecan phylloxera

Plums
Prunes
 (excluding Japanese
  varieties)

  Green peach aphid
  Mealy plum aphid
  Plum leafcurl aphid

  Brown mite
  Brown soft scale
  California casebearer
  European fruit lecanium
  European red mite
  Eyespotted bud moth
  Leaf crumpler
  Peach twig borer
  San Jose scale

Walnuts

  Calico scale
  Frosted scale
  Oystershell scale
  Walnut scale
          1.0/100 gal.
          water(liquid)
          0.5/100 gal.
          water(liquid)
          1.0/100 gal.
          water(liquid)
NF.

For dormant application only.
For pear psylla, apply as a de-
layed dormant or early green tip
application, preferably after
egg-laying has progressed con-
siderably.  Applications later
than early green tip stage may
injure buds.

NF.

Apply in early spring when trees
are strictly dormant.
                            NF.
For dormant application only.
For dormant application only.
          1.0-1.5/100
          gal. water
               or
          6.6-10/A.(liquid)
NF.

For dormant application only.
Use higher dosage for severe
infestations.
Issued:  5-30-73
            III-D-56-1.3
Replaces page III-D-52 issued
5-14-71.

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2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
             NITROOCTYLPHENOLS  (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)
 *(a mixture of 1-methylheptyl;1-ethylhexyl and 1-propylpentyl isomers)
Site and Pest
Cherries (non-bearing
  or nursery stock)
  Clover mite
  Spider mites

Citrus  (non-bearing
  or nursery stock)
  Citrus red mite
Cucumbers
  Mites
Grapes
  Mites
Melons
  Mites
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.12/100 gal.
water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.
Apply only to nursery trees or to
young trees which will not bear
fruit within one year.

Foliage application.  Repeat at
7- to 10-day intervals.

NF.
Apply only to nursery trees or to
young trees which will not bear
fruit within one year.

Foliage application.  Apply once
when adult mites appear, and re-
peat once 10 to 14 days later.

0.1 ppm (interim).
7 day preharvest interval through
0.37 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.12-0.37/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  Repeat at
                  7- to 10-day intervals.

                  0.1 ppm (interim).
                  21 day preharvest interval through
                  0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.12-0.37/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-0.75/A.
(EC)
Do not use in California.  Foliage
application.  Repeat at 7- to 10-
day intervals.

0.1 ppm (interim).
7 day preharvest interval through
0.37 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.12-0.37/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  Repeat at
                  7- to 10-day intervals.
Issued:   4-6-73
  III-D-56.2

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 2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
              NITROOCTYLPHENOLS  (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)
  *(a mixture  of  l-methylheptyl;l-ethylhexyl and  1-propylpentyl  isomers)
 Site and Pest
 Peaches
Dosage

Ib. actual
   Clover mite
   European  red mite
   Peach silver mite
   Plum rust mite
   Twospotted spider mite

 Peaches  (non-bearing
   or nursery stock)
   Clover mite
   Spider mites

 Pears
0.6-1.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm  (interim).
45 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not graze livestock in treated
orchards or feed cover crops from
treated orchards to livestock.

Foliage application.  Repeat at
7- to 10-day intervals.
0.12/A.(EC)
   Clover mite
   European  red mite
   Twospotted spider mite
 Pumpkins
 Squash
  Mites
NF.
Apply only to nursery trees or to
young trees which will not bear
fruit for one year.

Foliage application.  Repeat at
7~ to 10-day intervals.

0.1 ppm (interim).
21 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not graze livestock in treated
orchards or feed cover crops from
treated orchards to livestock.

Foliage application.  Claim for WP
is limited to aid in suppression
of populations.  Do not use EC
with oil or oil-based pesticides
or apply it to foliage within 30
days after an oil spray applica-
tion.  Repeat at 7- to 10-day
intervals.

0.1 ppm (interim).
7 day preharvest interval through
0.37 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.12-0.37/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  Repeat at
                  7~ to 10-day intervals.
0.8-2.0/A.(EC),
0.8-1.2/A.(WP)
Issued:   4-6-73
 III-D-56.3

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2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
             NITROOCTYLPHENOLS (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)
 *(a mixture of l-methylheptyl;l-ethylhexyl and 1-propylpentyl isomers)
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
ORNAMENTALS
(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)
African violets
Asters
Begonias
Belladonnas
Calendulas
Chrysanthemums
Dahlias
Delphiniums
Gerberas (Transvaal
  daisy)
Larkspurs
Snapdragons

  Clover mite
  Spider mites
Cinerarias
Zinnias

  Clover mite
  Spider mites
0.1-0.13/100
gal. water(WP),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)
0.4-0.5/A.(D)
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

Eunonymus
  Clover mite
  Spider mites
0.1-0.13/100
gal. water(WP),
0.4-0.5/A.(D)
Foliage application.  Do not apply
when temperature reaches 95F.  A
spreader-sticker may be added to
the WP formulation.  Repeat at 7-
to 10-day intervals.
Foliage application.  Do not apply
when temperature reaches 95F.  Re-
peat at 7- to 10-day intervals.
Foliage application.  Do not apply
when temperature reaches 95F.  A
spreader-sticker may be added to
the WP formulation.  Repeat at 7-
to 10-day intervals.
Issued:  4-6-73
  III-D-56.4

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2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
             NITROOCTYLPHENOLS (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)
 *(a mixture of l-methylheptyl;l-ethylhexyl and 1-propylpentyl isomers)
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Hydrangeas
Lilacs

  Clover mite
  Spider mites
Roses (including
  multiflora rose)

  Clover mite
  Spider mites
Shrubs
Trees
Woody nursery stock
  Clover mite
  Spider mites
0.1-0.13/100
gal. water(WP),
0.25-0.5/A.(D)
0.25-0.45/A.(D)
0.1-0.13/100
gal. water(WP),
0.25-0.45/A.(D)
0.25-0.45/A.(D)
Refer to directions above for
Eunonymus.
Foliage application.  Do not apply
when temperature reaches 95F.
Repeat at 7- to 10-day intervals.

Refer to directions above for
Eunonymus.
Foliage application.  Do not apply
when temperature reaches 95F.
Repeat at 7- to 10-day intervals.
Issued:   4-6-73
  III-D-56.5

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2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;2,6-DINITRO-4-OCTYL*PHENYL CROTONATE;
             NITROOCTYLPHENOLS (PRINCIPALLY DINITRO)
 *(a mixture of l-methylheptyl;l-ethylhexyl and 1-propylpentyl isomers)

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

(Greenhouse Plants)

African violets
Asters
Begonias
Belladonnas
Calendulas
Chrysanthemums
Dahlias
Delphiniums
Gerberas (Transvaal
  daisey)
Hydrangeas
Larkspurs
Roses
Snapdragons

  Clover mite             0.05-0.07/100     Foliage application.  Repeat at
  Spider mites            gal. water(WP)    7- to 10-day intervals.  For roses,
                                            apply with care when temperature
                                            approaches 85F., and do not apply
                                            when it reaches 90F.  A spreader-
                                            sticker may be added.
Issued:  4-6-73             III-D-56.6

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                              DIOXATHION*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  EC

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Apples
  Apple maggot
  Mites
  Codling moth
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
Apricots
  Mites
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
4.9 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 7 times
after fruit starts to form.
Do not feed pomace from treated
fruit to meat or dairy animals.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

0.14 ppm.
Do not apply after fruit begins
to form through 4.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.
*2,3-p-dioxanedithiol S,S-bis(0,0-diethyl phosphorodithioate);  Delnav

Issued:   12-15-72           III-D-57.1

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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Cherries
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Mites
Grapes
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
  Grape leafnoppers
  Mites
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
Grapefruit
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.14 ppm.
Do not apply after fruit begins
to form through 4.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.
2.1 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
30 day preharvest interval above
0.75 Ib. through 1.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not apply rates through 0.75
Ib./A. more than twice after grape
fruit stems or grapes have begun
to form.
Do not apply rates above 0.75 Ib./
A. more than once after berries
begin to form.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated vineyards.

Foliage application.  Apply in
15-100 gallons for concentrate
spray equipment, or
100-250 gallons of water for
conventional spray equipment.

2.8 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
10.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not repeat application within
3 months if fruit is present dur-
ing the first application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.
Issued:   12-15-72
  III-D-57.2

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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Grapefruit (continued)

  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Sixspotted mite
  Texas citrus mite
  Yuma spider mite
Lemons
Limes
  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Sixspotted mite
  Texas citrus mite
  Yuma  spider mite
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
    or
1.25-10/A.(EC)
                          2.5-8.0/A.(EC)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
    or
1.25-10/A.(EC)
                          2.5-8.0/A.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  For high-
gallonage applications (500-
2,000 gallons of spray per acre).
One application will usually
control mite infestations.

Foliage application.  For aerial
application, apply in 15-30
gallons of water.  For concen-
trate spray equipment, apply in
20-125 gallons of water.  For
semiconcentrate spray equipment,
apply in 125-300 gallons of
water.

2.8 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
10.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
year.
Do not make second application
within 4 months of the first
application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  For high-
gallonage applications (500-
2,000 gallons of spray per acre).
One application will usually
control mite infestations.

Foliage application.  For aerial
application, apply in 15-30
gallons of water.  For concen-
trate spray equipment, apply in
20-125 gallons of water.  For
semiconcentrate spray equipment,
apply in 125-300 gallons of
water.
issued:   12-15-72
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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Oranges
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Sixspotted mite
  Texas citrus mite
  Yuma spider mite
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
    or
1.25-10/A.(EC)
                          2.5-8.0/A.(EC)
Peaches
  Mites
Pears
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.8 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
10.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not repeat application within
3 months if fruit is present dur-
ing the first application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  For high-
gallonage applications (500-
2,000 gallons of spray per acre).
One application will usually
control mite infestations.

Foliage application.  For aerial
application, apply in 15-30
gallons of water.  For concen-
trate spray equipment, apply in
20-125 gallons of water.  For
semiconcentrate spray equipment,
apply in 125-300 gallons of
water.

0.14 ppm.
Do not apply after fruit begins
to form through 4.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.
                  4.9 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 7 times
                  after fruit starts to form.
                  Do not feed pomace from treated
                  fruit to meat or dairy animals.
                  Do not feed or graze cover crops
                  grown in treated orchards.
Issued:   12-15-72
  III-D-57.4

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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Pears (continued)

  Apple maggot
  Mites
  Codling moth
Plums
Prunes
  Mites
Quince
  Apple maggot
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
  Mites
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
0.38-0.5/100
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

0.14 ppm.
Do not apply after fruit begins
to form through 4.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.
4.9 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
6.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 7 times
after fruit starts to form.
Do not feed pomace from treated
fruit to meat or dairy animals.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

Foliage application.
Issued:   12-15-72
  III-D-57.5

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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Quince (continued)

  Codling moth
Tangelos
Tangerines
  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Sixspotted mite
  Texas citrus mite
  Yuma spider mite
Walnuts
  Mites
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water
    or
1.25-10/A.(EC)
                          2.5-8.0/A.(EC)
0.5-1.0/100
gal. water
     or
2.0-4.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.

2.8 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
10.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not repeat application within
3 months if fruit is present dur-
ing the first application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  For high-
gallonage applications (500-
2,000 gallons of spray per acre).
One application will usually
control mite infestations.

Foliage application.  For aerial
application, apply in 15-30
gallons of water.  For concen-
trate spray equipment, apply in
20-125 gallons of water.  For
semiconcentrate spray equipment,
apply in 125-300 gallons of
water.

0.14 ppm.
Do not apply after husks split
through 4.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not feed or graze cover crops
grown in treated orchards.

Foliage application.
Issued:  12-15-72
  III-D-57.6

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                                 DIOXATHION
   Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
   LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY

   (Livestock Intended for Slaughter)

   Cattle (beef)
**   Horn fly
     Lice
     Ticks (including
      cattle tick
      ear tick
      Gulf Coast tick
      lone star tick
      winter tick)
 **  (Screwworm)
      (maggots)
1.0 gal. 29-30%
solution/200
gal. water,
1.0 gal.
15-17%
solution/100
gal. water
(EC)
1.0 gal.  29-30%
solution/200
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ppm. (fat).
No preslaughter interval.
Do not dip animals under
3 months of age.
Do not repeat dip or spray
application within 14 days.
Do not repeat pour-on appli-
cation within 30 days.
Do not apply to dairy animals
or in dairy barns.

Apply as a dip or spray.
Thoroughly wet the skin by
careful dipping or use of a
strong spray.  Prior to treat-
ment, water animals well to
prevent drinking of vat fluid
or runoff.  Hand dip young
animals.  Apply two quarts of
spray mixture per adult animal
and proportionately less on
smaller animals.  Do not spray
animals confined in closed
buildings.  For ear tick and
Gulf Coast tick, apply with low
pressure to ears and head, neck,
and shoulder regions.  For Horn
fly, repeat at 2- to 3-week
intervals.  For lice and ticks,
repeat as needed.

Apply as a dip or spray.
Refer to directions above
under Horn fly.  Claims
limited to aids in the
control of screwworm larvae.
   Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-57.7
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                                 DIOXATHION
   Site  and  Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
   Cattle (continued)

     Horn fly
     Horn fly
     Lice
1.0 qt. 30%
solution/
9.5-2.5 gal.
water,
1.0 qt. 15%
solution/
4.75 gal.
water(EC)

1.0 qt.
26-30%
solution/
18-19 qt.
oil,
1.0 qt. 15%
solution/9
qt. oil (EC)

1.0 qt. 17%
solution/10.5
qt. oil(EC)
Pour-on treatment.  Apply one
quart of the mixture along the
back line of the animal.
A spreader-sticker may be added
to the mixture.
Back rubber device or soak sack.
Fuel oil, diesel fuel or light
motor oil may be used.  Do not
apply oil mixtures directly to
animals.  Recharge device as
needed.
                                               Back rubber device or soak sack.
                                               Use No.  2 fuel oil.  Recharge
                                               device as needed.
**   Lice (including
      hog louse)
     Ticks
1.0 gal. 29-30%
solution/200
gal. water,
2.0 gal. 15%
solution/200
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ppm. (fat).
No preslaughter interval.
Do not dip animals under
3 months of age.
Do not treat sows within 2 weeks
of farrowing or while nursing.
Do not repeat application within
2 weeks.

Apply as a dip or spray.
Thoroughly wet the skin by careful
dipping or use of a strong
spray.  A single application
will usually control lice
infestations.
   Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-57.8
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                              DIOXATHION
Site and Pest
Hogs (continued)

  (Screwworm)
   (maggots)
  Ear tick
  Gulf Coast tick
  Lice
  Lone star tick
  Lice (including
   goat lice
   sheep lice)
  Sheep ked
  Ticks
  Wool maggots
1.0 gal. 29-30%
solution/200
gal.  water(EC)
2.0 gal. 17%
solution/200
gal. water
(EC)
1.0 gal.  29-30%
solution/200
gal. water,
2.0 gal.  15%
solution/200
gal. water
(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply as a dip or spray.
Refer to directions above
for Lice.  Claims limited
to aids in the control of
screwworm larvae.

Apply as spray.  Thoroughly wet
the skin.  Do not spray animals
confined in closed buildings.
1.0 ppm. (fat).
No preslaughter interval.
Do not dip animals under
3 months of age.
Do not repeat application
within 2 weeks.
Do not apply to dairy animals.

Apply as a dip or spray.
Thoroughly wet animals.  Prior
to treatment, water animals
well to prevent drinking of
vat fluid or runoff.  Hand dip
young animals.  A single appli-
cation will usually control ked
and lice infestations.  For
biting lice on goats a second
application 21 days later may
be required for complete control.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-57.9
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                                    DIOXATHION
      Site and Pest
      Sheep (continued)
      Goats

**      (Screwworm)
         (maggots)
        Ear tick
        Gulf Coast tick
        Lice
        Lone star tick
        Sheep ked
1.0 gal.  29-30%
solution/200
gal.  water(EC)
2.0 gal. 17%
solution/200
gal. water
(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply as a spray or dip.
Refer to directions above under
Lice.  Claims are limited to
aids in the control of
screwworm larvae.

Apply as a dip or spray.  Wet
animals thoroughly.  Use low
pressure spray after spring
shearing, and high pressure
spray during fall treatment.
Do not spray animals confined
in closed buildings.
      (Livestock Not Intended for Slaughter)

      Horses
**
        Horn fly
        Lice
        Ticks (including
         cattle tick
         ear tick
         Gulf Coast tick
         lone star tick
         winter tick)
1.0 gal. 29-30%
solution/200
gal. water,
2.0 gal. 15%
solution/200
gal. water
(EC)
Apply as a dip or spray.
Thoroughly wet the skin by
careful dipping or use of a
strong spray.  Prior to treat-
ment , water animals well to
prevent drinking of vat fluid
or runoff.  Hand dip young
animals.  Apply two quarts of
spray mixture per adult animal
and proportionately less on
smaller animals.  Do not spray
animals confined in closed
buildings.  For ear ticks and
Gulf Coast ticks, apply with
low pressure to ears and head,
neck, and shoulder regions.
For horn fly, repeat at 2- to
3-week intervals.  For lice and
ticks, repeat as needed.
      Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-57.10
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                                   DIOXATHION

     Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                               actual

     HUMANS, PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
       Fleas
       Lice
       Ticks
                          1.0 tbsp.
                          (0.5 fl.oz.)
                          29-30% solution/
                          1.0 gal.
                          water(EC)
                  For use by veterinarians only.
                  Sponge, swab, bathe or dip
                  animal until it is thoroughly
                  wet.  Repeat only as needed, and
                  not more frequently than once a
                  week.
     Dog houses
     Dog runs
     Kennels

       Fleas
       Lice
       Ticks (including
        brown dog tick)
**
ORNAMENTALS

(Lawns and Turf)

Lawns

  Fleas
  Lice
  Ticks (including
   brown dog tick)
                          1.0 gal. 29-30%
                          solution/
                          51-60 gal.
                          water,
                          1.0 gal. 25%
                          solution/50
                          gal. water,
                          1.0 gal. 15%
                          solution/30
                          gal. water(EC)
1.0 gal. 29-30%
solution/
51-60 gal.
water,
1.0 gal. 25%
solution/50
gal. water,
1.0 gal. 15%
solution/30
gal. water(EC)
                  Spray infested areas, including
                  cracks, debris and other hiding
                  places, at a rate of one gallon
                  of spray mixture per 1,000 sq.ft.
                  Do not use for flea control in
                  the home.  Do not apply directly
                  to animals or bedding.  Do not
                  allow animals to enter treated
                  area until it is completely dry.
Spray infested lawns and other
outdoor areas, including debris
and other hiding places, at a.
rate of 1.0-3.0 gallons of spray
mixture/I,000 sq.ft. Do not apply
directly to animals or bedding.
Do not allow children or animals
on the area treated until the
chemical is washed into the soil
and the area is completely dry.
     Issued:  7-31-74
                            III-D-57.11
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                              DIOXATHION

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Do not pick, transplant, or otherwise handle plants for 24 hours following
treatment.

African violet
Anthurium
Carnation
Chrysanthemum
Dahlia
Dichorisandra
Episcia
Fern
Gladiolus
Orchid
Peperomia
Ph i1odendrpn
Seersucker plant
Staghorn fern

  Twospotted spider       0.5 Ib./lOO       Foliage application.  A second
   mite                   gal. water        application may be made one week
                          (EC)              later if needed.

(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

Do not pick, transplant, or otherwise handle plants for 24 hours following
treatment.

Aralia
Chinese evergreen
Crotons

  Twospotted spider       0.5 Ib./lOO       Foliage application.  A second
   mite                   gal. water        application may be made one
                          (EC)              week later if needed.

Hillbush juniper
Podoc_a_rp_us_

  Spruce spider mite      0.5 Ib./lOO       Foliage application.  A second
                          gal. water        application may be made one
                          (EC)              week later if needed.
Issued:  12-15-72           III-D-57.12

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                              DIOXATHION

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

Roses

  Clover mite             0.5 Ib./lOO       Foliage application.  A second
  European red mite       gal. water        application may be made one
  Twospotted spider       (EC)              week later if needed.
   mite

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS. MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS

Homes

  Clover mites            1.0 gal. 30%      Spray infested areas in the
  Ticks (including        solution/60       home.  Oil may be used in place
   brown dog tick)        gal. water,       of water if the concentrate is
                          1.0 gal. 25%      decanted or filtered prior to
                          solution/50       mixing.  Cover or remove aquaria
                          gal. water        in areas to be treated.  Do not
                          (EC)              apply directly to animals.
Issued:   12-15-72           III-D-57.13

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                            DIPHENYLAMINE
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  L, Pr, smear

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
Site and Pest
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
(Livestock Not Intended for Slaughter)

For external use only.  Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes.
Not effective against resistant populations of screwworm.
Do not use on horses or mules intended for slaughter.
Do not use on dairy or meat producing animals, household pets or humans.
Horses
  Screwworm
35.0% (smear)
  Screwworm
  Wound maggots
   (including
   black blow fly,
   greenbottle fly,
   secondary screwworm)
23.07% (L)
Apply with a brush or swab.
Work well into the pockets of
wounds and paint surfaces
around wounds, particularly
those areas covered with blood
or wound secretions.  Apply daily
for the first 2 or 3 days and
then repeat twice weekly until
wounds are healed.  Formulated
with benzene, and sulfonated
castor oil (turkey red oil).

Squirt directly onto wounds,
covering area completely.
Formulated with benzene, bone
oil and mineral oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-D-58.1

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                            DIPHENYLAMINE
Site and Pest
Horses (continued)

  Screwworm (continued)
  Wound maggots
   (including
   black blow fly,
   greenbottle fly,
   secondary screwworm)
Dosage

actual
5.0-15.(
(smear)
                          17.24% (Pr)
Mules

  Screwworm
35.0% (smear)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply to wounds with a brush or
paddle.  Apply daily for the
first 2 or 3 days and then
repeat twice weekly until wounds
are healed.  Formulated with
either benzyl alcohol,
0-benzyl-p-chlorophenol,
butoxypolypropylene glycol,
castor oil, pine oil, pine tar
oil, and urea, or bone oil,
lindane, pine tar, phenol, zinc
oxide.

Hold can upright, 4-6 inches
from the affected area.  Spray
directly into superficial wounds
and treat the area an inch or
two around wounds to prevent
further infestation.  Formulated
with benzene, bone oil and
mineral oil.
Apply with a brush or swab.
Work well into the pockets of
wounds and paint surfaces around
wounds, particularly those areas
covered with blood or wound
secretions.  Apply daily for the
first 2 or 3 days and then
repeat twice weekly until wounds
are healed.  Formulated with
benzene and sulfonated castor
oil (turkey red oil).
Issued:  7-31-74
  I1I-D-58.2

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                             DIPROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; L; D (All formulations usually in  combination with
                         other ingredients.)
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insect Repellent
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)
Animals :
Beef cattle
Dairy cattle
Goats
Sheep
Swine









Agricultural
premises :
Barns
Feed rooms
Hog pens
Dairy barns
Milk rooms
(excluding
poultry
houses)





0.1
(meat ,
fat and
meat by-
products
of
cattle,
goats,
hogs,
horses ,
and
sheep)
0.004
(milk)


NF
NF
NF
0.1
(meat ,
fat and
meat by-
products
of
cattle)
0.004
(milk)

2.0%
(in oil)

2.0%
(in water)

0.2%
(dust)

2.0%
(in oil)

0.4%
(in oil)


2.0%
(in oil or water)




0.4%
(in oil)





Apply 2 ounces per animal daily as a mist
spray. Do not wet the hide of animal.

Apply 1 quart per animal as oft^n as
necessary.

Formulated with other ingredients for use
in a duster bag.

Apply by rubbing devices. Formulated
with other ingredients.

Apply 1 ounce per animal to the face and
head to repel face flies on cattle.


Apply to the point of run-off to all
interior surfaces. Do not contaminate
milk, milk handling equipment, feed, or
drinking water. Formulated with other
ingredients .

Apply as a space spray. Keep room closed
for 15 minutes. Do not contaminate milk,
milk handling equipment, feed or drinking
water. Formulated with other
ingredients .

  ^Proprietary name:  "MGK R-326"

Issued:  11-14-72
                                       III-D-59
Replaces page issued 5-31-69

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                    DI-n-PROPYLMALEATE ISOSAFROLE CONDENSATE*





PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: Used with pyrethrins and/or other ingredients




TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide Synergist
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LWEEAHCHS
Ippa;

Bush and vine
fruits :
Blackberries
Blueberries
Boysenberries
Cranberries
Currants
Dewberries
Gooseberries
Grapes
Hue kleber r ie s
Loganberries
Raspberries
Strawberries
Youngberries
Citrus :
Grapefruit
Kumquat
Lemons
Limes
Oranges
Tangelos
Tangerines
Deciduous fruits
and nuts :
Almonds
Apples
Apricots
Cashews
Cherries
Chestnuts
Dates
Figs
Filberts
Hazelnuts



Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt


Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs . actual/A .


0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0.5
0-5
0.5
0.5

2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0
2.0


1-5
1.5
1-5
1-5
1.5
1-5
1-5
1-5
1.5
1.5



No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .

No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .


No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
 *Proprietary name:   n-Propyl isome
 Issued:   5-31-69
III-D-60.1

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                  DI-n-PROPYIMALEATE ISOSAFROLE CONDENSATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Deciduous fruits
and nuts :
(continued)
Hickory nuts
Nectarines
Olives
Peaches
Pears
Pecans
Persimmons
Plums
Pomegranate
Prunes
Quinces
Walnuts
Field, fiber ana
forage crops :
Alfalfa
Barley
Birdsfoot
trefoil
Buckwheat
Clover
Corn
Cotton
Flax
Grasses
Hops
Lespedeza
Millet
Milo
Oats
Pasture grass
Peanuts
Popcorn
Rice
Rye
Safflower
Sorghum
Soybeans
Sugar beets
Sugarcane




Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt


Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs . actual/A .



1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5


0.25
0.25

0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25
0.25




No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .


No time limitations .
No time limitations.

No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
Issued:  5-31-69
III-D-60.2

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                  DI-n-PROFYLMALEATE ISOSAFROLE CONDENSATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Field, fiber and
forage crops :
(continued)
Vetch
Wheat
Vegetables :
Asparagus
Beans
Beets
Blackeyed pea
Broccoli
Brussels
sprouts
Cabbage
Cantaloupes
Carrots
Cauliflower
Celery
Collar ds
Corn
Cowpeas
Cucumbers
Eggplants
Endive
Garlic
Horseradish
Kale
Kohlrabi
Leeks
Lettuce
Melons
Mustard
greens
Okra
Onions
Parsnips
Peas
Peppers
Pimentos
Potatoes
Pumpkins
Radishes




Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs . actual/A .



0.25
0.25

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2




No time limitations.
No time limitations.

No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .

No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.

No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
Issued:  5-31-69
                                 III-D-60.3

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                 DI-n-PROPYLMALEATE ISOSAFROLE  CQNDENSATE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm;

Vegetables :
(continued )
Rutabagas
Salsify
Shallots
Spinach
Squash
( summer )
Squash
(winter)
Sweetpotatoes
Swiss chard
Tomatoes
Turnips
Watermelons
Agricultural
premises :

Barns
Grain bins
.Animal
shelters
Others
(excluding
dairy barns,
milk rooms,
and poultry
houses)



Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

NF











Ibs . actual/A.


0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.2

2.0$
(in oil, water,
or pressurized
sprays )

5-0$
(dust)








No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .
No time limitations .

No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations.
No time limitations.
No time limitations .
No time limitations .

Formulated with other ingredients.
Do not contaminate milk, milk handling
equipment, feed, or drinking water.









Issued:  5-31-69
III-D-60.4

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                   DISODIUM OCTABORATE TETRAHYDRATE

 PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:   powder

 TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide

 Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                           Ib.  actual

 AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

 (Poultry Houses  and Yards)

 Poultry  Houses
  (caged  birds only)
   House  fly (larvae)
   Latrine  fly (larvae)
1.47-1.9/100
sq. ft.(powder)
Apply to manure bed beneath cages
at first signs of larval activity
and continue until droppings start
to cone up and dry out.  Spot
treat where larval activity con-
tinues until manure beds are
cleaned out.  During fly breed-
ing season, apply at same rate
to clean poultry house floors.
 (Outdoor  Areas)

 Compost piles
 Garbage dumps
 Manure piles

   House fly  (larvae)
   Latrine fly  (larvae)
1.47-1.9/100
sq. ft.(powder)
Apply to surface.  If surface is
crusted, sprinkle down lightly
with water to hasten results.
Consult Cooperative Agricultural
Extension Service prior to using
treated compost and manure on
crops.
Issued:   4-6-73
 III-D-61.1

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EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

  DISODIUM OCTABORATE TETRAHYDRATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          Ib.  actual
HUMANS. PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
Dog kennels

  (Dog hookworm)
   (larvae)
          1.47/gal. water/
          100 sq. ft.
          (powder)
For earthen or paved runs.  Claim
is limited to aid in controlling
infestations.  Apply when temper-
ature exceeds 65F. for 2 or 3 days
or 77F. for one day.  Thoroughly
wet paved runs or use specified
rate for earthen runs.  For earth-
en runs, repeat monthly for light
soils and every two months for
heavy soils.  For paved runs,
repeat at 2- or 3-day intervals
if run is washed down daily,
weekly otherwise.  Do not use if
areas are underlain with roots
of valuable vegetation.
STRUCTURES. WOOD PRODUCTS AND WOOD COMMODITIES
Lumber

  Furniture beetle
  Oldhouse borer
  Old world lyctus
   beetle
  Twotoothed longhorn
   beetle
          1.9-3.75/gal.
          water(powder)
Dip freshly sawn green lumber 4
or 5 times in hot bath.  Lumber
should be close-stacked and cov-
ered after dipping to prevent
drying.  A diffusion period of
2-10 weeks is required depending
on concentration and temperature
of solution, and thickness of the
lumber.  Refer to manufacturer's
instructions.  Treatment is not
for protection against termites,
and should not be used for lum-
ber which will have contact with
the soil or be exposed to leach-
ing by weather.
Issued:  4-6-73
            III-D-61.2

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                  DISODIUM OCTABORATE TETRAHYDRATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use. Limitations

                          Ib. actual

SPECIALIZED USES

Garbage dumps
Municipal dumps

  House fly  (larvae)      1.47-1.9/100      Apply dosage dry or dissolved in
  Latrine fly   (larvae)   sq. ft.(powder)   one gallon of water.  Repeat when
                                            larval activity is evident, or
                                            when additional garbage is depos-
                                            ited.
Issued:  4-6-73             III-D-61.3

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             DODECACHLOROOCIAJHYDRO-1,3,4-METHMO-1H-CYCLOBU!EA [cd] PENTALENE*




 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS: Bait




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE D06AGE LZMUBOXCW
(ppm)
Pasture and
cropland




























0.1
(in fat
of meat
from
cattle,
goats,
hogs,
horses,
poultry
and
sheep)

0.1
in eggs)
0.1
( in milk
fat)
0.01
in or on
all raw
agricul-
tural
commodi-
ties,
exclusive
of eggs,
milk fat
and fat
of
animals)
3 . U grams
actual per
acre broad-
cast

O.OP grans
actual per
mound

k.l grams
actual/acre



















Do not make more than three applications
durjng any .12 month period. Do not apply
more than once during any two rr.onth
period .

Mound treatment for imported fire ant
and Western harvester ant.


Broadcast treatment for imported fire
ant. Do not make more than 3 applica-
tions in any 1? month period, nor more
than one application in any U5 day period.

















  *Proprietary  name: "Mirex"



   Issued:   5-31-69
III-D-63

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                                    DORMANT OILS*
PRINCIPAL FCRMULAT1OTS:  EC
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
USE TOXERAHCE DQSAGE LtMEEAlKHS

Almonds
Apples

Apricots

Blackberries
Blueberries
Boysenberries
Cashews
Cherries

Chestnuts
Cranberries
Currants
Dewberries
Pigs

Exempt
Exempt

Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs. actual/A.
96.0
21(8.0
100.0
140.0
100.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
96.0
1^0.0
100.0
96.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
70.0

Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above lfOF.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
 *Phytotoxic to foliage



 Issued:  5-31-69
III-D-64.1

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                                  DORMANT OILS
USE TOU3RANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Filberts
Gooseberries
Grapes
Huckleberries
Loganberries
Nectarines

Peaches

Pears

Pecans
Plums

Prunes

Quinces

Raspberries

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt

Exempt

Exempt

Exempt
Exempt

Exempt

Exempt

Exempt
Ibs . actual/A .
96.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
30.0
140. 0
100.0
140.0
100.0
248.0
100.0
96.0
140.0
100.0
140.0
100.0
248.0
100.0
30.0

Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Dormant application only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant or delayed dormant only.
Dormant application only.
Issued:  5-31-69
III-D-64.2

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                                   DORMANT OILS
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Strawberries
Walnuts
Youngberries

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Ibs. actual/A.
30.0
96,0
30.0

Dormant application only.
Apply during dormancy when temperature is
above 40F.
Dormant application only.
Issued:  5-31-69
III-D-64.3

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                                     ENDOSULFAN*
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC; WP; D; G; Aerosol

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Alfalfa















Alfalfa
(seed crop only)
Almonds



Apples










0.3
(fresh
alfalfa)
1.0
(hay)
0.5
(milk fat)
0.2
(meat, fat
and meat
jyproducts
of cattle,
goats,
hogs,
horses,
and sheep

1.0
(hulls)
0.2
(almonds)
2.0









Ib. actual/A.
0.25















2.0
2.5



4.0


2.5







Do not apply more than 1 application per
cutting. Do not graze or cut forage
within 21 days of treatment.













Crop to be used for seed production only.
Do not feed treated forage.
Do not make more than one application per
season.


30 days. Do not apply more than twice
during fruiting period. Do not feed
pomace from treated apples to livestock.
30 days. No limit on number of applica-
tions. Do not feed pomace from treated
apples to livestock.
or
21 days. Do not apply more than 3 times
during fruiting period. Do not feed
pomace from treated apples to livestock.
 *hexachlorohexahydromethano-2,4,3-benzodioxathiepin  oxide
 *Proprietary name:   "Thiodan"
 Issued:   12-14-73
                                    III-E-1.1
Replaces page issued 5-14-71

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                                         ENDOSULFAN
          USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
                                    DOSAGE
                          LIMITATIONS
    Apricots
     Artichokes
     Barley
     Beans
**
     Blueberries
     Broccoli

     Brussels
      sprouts
   2.0
    2.0
    0.1
  (grain)
    0.2
  (straw)

    2.0
    0.1



    2.0

    2.0
                                Ib. actual/A.

                                     4.0
                                  0.75 Ib./
                                100  gal. water
1.5

1.0

0.5
                                      1.0
1.5



1.0

1.0
Foliar application.  30 days. Do not apply
more than twice during fruiting season.

Spray all bark from ground to scaffold
branches.  Do not apply within 21 days
of harvest.
                or
Thoroughly wet trunk and main branches.
Do not apply more than twice during
fruiting season.  Do not apply within
30 days of harvest.

Do not apply after buds start to form

7 days.

Do not apply after heads begin to form.
Do not feed treated forage to livestock.
           Do not apply more than 3 times per season.
           Do not apply within 3 days of harvest.  Do
           not feed treated threshings to livestock
           or allow livestock to graze in treated
           fields.  Do not use on lima beans that are
           to be removed from the field for pro-
           cessing.
 Apply immediately after harvest and repeat
 6  to 8 weeks  later.   Do not apply after
 buds are well formed.

 7  days.

 14 days.
     Issued:   1-14-74
                  III-E-1.2
                 Replaces page issued 8-15-72

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                               ENDOSULFAN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cabbage
Carrots



Cauliflower
Celery
(whole plant)



Cherries







Citrus :
(nursery and
nonbearing
stock)




Collards

Corn (sweet)







2
0.2



2
2




2










NF




2

0.2
(kernels
plus cob
with
husks
removed )

Ib. actual/A.
1.0
1.0



1.0
0.5

1.0


2.5


3-0
0.75 Ib./
100 gal. water





2.5
or
0.25 Ibs.
actual/100 gals .
water
0.75

1.5







7 days .
Do not apply more than 2 times per
season. Do not apply within 7 days of
harvest . Do not use tops for food
or feed .
Do not apply within 1^ days of harvest.
Do not apply within 7 days of harvest.

Do not apply more than 3 times per
season. Do not apply within k days
of harvest .
Do not apply more than twice after shucks
split . Do not apply within 21 days of
harvest .
Postharvest application only .
Spray all bark from ground to scaffold
branches. Do not apply more than twice
after shucks split. Do not apply within
21 days of harvest .



Do not apply to bearing trees or to
trees that will bear fruit within
12 months .


One application per season. Do not
apply within 21 days of harvest .
For fresh vegetable use only. Do not
apply to sweet corn to be processed.
Do not make more than 5 applications.
(May be applied up to day of harvest.)
Do not feed forage or ensilage to
livestock or allow livestock to graze
in treated fields .
Issued:  5-31-69
III-E-1.3

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                              ENDOSULFAN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Cotton





Cucumbers
Eggplants

Filberts

Grapes
Kale

Lettuce (head)




Lettuce (leaf)

Macadamia nuts

Melons

Mustard greens


1
(cotton-
seed)



2
2

0.2

2
2

2




2

0.2

2

2

Ib. actual/A.
1.5


0.75


1 = 0
0.5 (spray)
0.6 (dust)
2.0

1.5
0.75

1.0




1.0

15.0

1.0 (spray)
1.5 (dust)
0.75


Do not apply after bolls open . Do not
graze meat or dairy animals in treated
fields.
Do not apply after 25% of bolls are
open . Do not graze meat or dairy
animals in treated fields.
No time limitations .
1 day.
1 day.
No time limitations. Do not graze
livestock in treated groves .
7 days .
One application per season. Do not
apply within 21 days of harvest.
Do not apply more than J times after
thinning. Do not apply within 14 days
of harvest. Remove outside leaves at
harvest. Do not feed crop waste to
livestock.
Ik days . Do not make more than 2
applications per season.
No time limitations. Do not graze
livestock in treated groves.
No time limitations.

One application per season. Do not
apply within 21 days of harvest .
Issued:  1-29-71
III-E-1.4

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                                   ENDOSULFAN
       USE
                  TOLERANCE
                                 DOSAGE
                                         LIMITATIONS
Nectarines
Oats
Peaches
Pears
  0.1
(grain)
  0.2
(straw)
          Ib.  actual/A.

             4.0
                             0.75 Ib./
                            100 gal. water
0.5
             4.0
                             0.75 Ib./
                            100 gal. water
             2.5
                               2.0
                               3.0
Foliar application.  30 days.  Do not
apply more than twice during fruiting
season.

Spray all bark from ground to scaffold
branches.  Do not apply within 21 days
of harvest
               or
Thoroughly wet trunk and main branches.
Do not apply more than twice during
fruiting season.  Do not apply within
30 days of harvest.

Do not apply after heads begin to form.
Do not feed treated forage to livestock.
              Foliar application.  30 days.   Do not
              apply more than twice during fruiting
              season.

              Spray all bark from ground to  scaffold
              branches.  Do not apply within 21 days
              of harvest.
                              or
              Thoroughly wet trunk and main  branches.
              Do not apply more than twice during
              fruiting season.  Do not apply within
              30 days of harvest.

              7 days.  Do not apply more than twice
              during fruiting season.
                             or
              21 days.  Do not apply more than five
              times during fruiting season.

              Apply to orchard floor and ground around
              trees.  Do not graze livestock on treated
              orchards.  Do not apply after  petal fall.

              30 days.  Apply thoroughly to  foliage
              and fruit.  Do not apply more  than once
              during fruiting season.
Issued:   7-30-73
           III-E-1.5
                Replaces page issued  8-15-72

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                                     ENDOSULFAN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Peas (succulent)




Peas (seed crop
only)
Pecans

Peppers


Pineapples




Plums
Potatoes


Prunes
Pumpkins
Rye



Safflower


2




NF

0.2

2


2




2
0.2


2
2
0.1
(grain)
0.2
(straw)
0.2
(seed)
Ib. actual/A.
1.0




1.2

10.0

0.5 (spray)
1.0 (spray)
1.5 (dust)
2.0




2.5
1.0


2.5
1.0
0.5



1.0


Do not apply more than 2 times during
the fruiting period. Use only on peas
to be harvested by combine. Do not
feed treated vines to livestock or allow
to graze in treated fields.
Do not feed treated vines or threshings
to dairy or meat animals .
Do not apply after shuck-split. Do not
graze livestock in treated groves.
1 day.
Do not apply within 4 days of harvest.
Do not apply within 1 day of harvest.
For fresh market only. Do not apply
more than 4 times per season. Do not
apply within 7 days of harvest. Do not
feed treated forage or pineapple
by-products to livestock.
7 days.
No time limitations. Do not plant root
crops other than carrots, potatoes, and
sweetpotatoes as follow-up crops.
7 days.
No time limitations.
Do not apply after heads begin to form.
Do not feed treated forage to livestock.


Do not apply after flower heads open.

Issued:   8-15-72
                                       III-E-1.6

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                                      ENDOSULFAN
  Southern peas
   (succulent
    types)
  Spinach
j  Squash:
I   summer
j   winter

I  Strawberries
  Sugar beets
  Sugarcane
  Sunflower
                  TOLERANCE
                     (Ppr)
              DCS.,E
                                         LIMITATIONS
                     2.0
   2.0
                      2.0
   2.0
                         I 3 days.   Do not feed treated threshings
                         , to livestock or allow to graze in
                         ; treated  fields.
                                    0.75
                 1.0
4.0
                                    1.0
                            j     0.25 Ib.
                            I actual/50 gals.
                            j      water
          One application per season.  Do not
          apply within 21 days of harvest.

          No time limitations.
4 days.  Do not reapply within 35 days
when fruit is present.

4 days.  Do not reapply within 15 days
or more than twice within a 35 day
period when fruit is present.

Dip transplants prior to transplanting.
        ;  1.0 Ib.  actual/; Use restricted to Northwestern states.
        |  100 gal.  water  ; Dip entire plant prior to transplanting
        *                  *
  0.1            1.0      ; 30 days.   Do not feed treated tops to
(roots)  ,                  j livestock.
  0.5    '         0.45    J  Do not apply within 21 days of harvest.
        ,                 j  Do not feed bagasse or field trimmings
        |                 \  to livestock.
        i                 I
   2.0   j         1.0       Do not apply more than 3 times per
 (seed)  [                   season.   Do not feed treated forage to
        j                 i  livestock.
I	
 Issued:   8-30-73
                                       III-E-1.7
                                                    Replaces  page  issued  8--15-72

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                                     ENDOSULFAN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Sweetpotatoes

Tobacco



Tomatoes (field
and greenhouse]
Tomatoes
(greenhouse)
Turnip greens
Walnuts
Watercress
Wheat

0.2

NF



2
2
2
0.2
2
0.1
(grain)
0.2
(straw)
Ib. actual/A.
2.0
0.5
3.0
0.25 Ib.
actual/100 sq.yd.
0.03 Ib.
actual/100 sq.yd
(spray)
0.06 Ib.
actual/100 sq.yd
(dust)
1.0
O.I/
50,000 cu. ft.
0.75
2.0
1.0
0.5

Use restricted to south central states.
Soil treatment at planting time. Do
not feed treated potatoes to livestock.
Apply shortly after transplanting or
as soon as flea beetles appear. Repeat
as necessary.
Field foliage treatment.
Plant bed drench.
Seed bed treatment.
Seed bed treatment.
1 day.
Do not apply within 15 hours of harvest.
Keep greenhouse tightly closed for 2
hours after application.
One application per season. Do not
apply within 21 days of harvest.
Do not apply after husks split. Do not
graze livestock in treated groves.
7 days .
Do not apply after heads begin to form.
Do not feed treated forage to livestock.
Issued:  8-15-72
III-E-1.8

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                                   ENDRHJ*
PRINCIPAL FCRMULAHOHS: EC; D; G; Bait



TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMLTKELOBS
(ppm;

Barley



Cotton












Extended



0
Extended








Extended

Ibs. actual/A.
0.25



0.7




0.5




2 oz./100 lb.
seed

Single application. Do not apply within
^5 days of harvest or of feeding. Do
not graze livestock on treated forage .
Do not feed threshings to livestock.
Apply for control of cutworms . Do not
graze dairy animals or animals being
finished for slaughter on treated fields.
Workers entering fields within 5 days
after treatment should be protected .
Do not graze dairy animals or animals
being finished for slaughter on treated
fields. Workers entering fields within
5 days after treatments should be
protected .
Seed treatment. Do not use as food or
feed.
  *hexachloroepoxyoctahydro-endo, endo-dimethanonaphthalene




  Issued:  6-11-71                   III-E-2.1

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                               ENDRIN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LTMTTATICNS
(ppm)

Deciduous
fruits :

Apples









Oats



Rye



Sugarcane





Extended











Extended



Extended



Extended



Ibs . actual/A .

2.k











0.25



0.25



0.25
(granular)




Postharvest application to orchard floor
in Oct . or Nov . Apply at 500 ps i
pressure. Do not cultivate prior to
application or within 2 months there-
after . Do not treat areas where runoff
will contaminate streams, ponds, or
domestic water supplies . Do not graze
orchards, cut forage for hay, or allow
drop fruit to be utilized for any
purpose . Post or otherwise prevent entry
to treated area within 30 days after
treatment .
Single application. Do not apply within
^5 days of harvest or of feeding. Do
not graze livestock on treated forage .
Do not feed threshings to livestock.
Single application. Do not apply within
45 days of harvest or of feeding. Do
not graze livestock on treated forage .
Do not feed threshings to livestock.
45 days. k-Q applications at lU-day
intervals. 2.0$ granular formulation
only. Do not feed bagasse or field
trimmings to livestock.
Issued:  6-11-71
III-E-2.2

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                               ENDRIN
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LBCIATIOKS
(ppmj

Sugarcane
(continued)


Wheat




Extended



Extendec



rbs . actual/A .
0.5


0.5
0.25




1*5 days . k applications at 21 day
intervals . Do not feed bagasse to
livestock.
Apply to seed pieces in open row.
Single application. Do not apply within
45 days of harvest or of feeding. Do
not graze livestock on treated forage .
Do not feed threshings to livestock.

Issued: 6-11-71
III-E-2.3

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                               ETHION*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   EC,  EC in oil,  WP,  D, G,  FM

TYPE OF PESTICIDE:   Insecticide,  Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Registered products containing ethion may (1)  be formulated with
      various oils  (package mixes), (2)  contain no oil,  but bear label
      directions for mixing with oil prior to application (tank mixes),
      or (3) contain no oil and bear no  label directions for mixing with
      oil.

      The primary oils formulated with ethion in registered products are
      as follows:

           Dormant  oil
           Light medium oil
           Summer oil
           "Superior type" oils of 60, 70, and 100 second viscosity
           "Unclassified" oils of 60 and 70 second viscosity.

      Whenever oil  is used, a suitable one must be selected in relation
      to the site,  geographical location,  and timing of application.  The
      directions for use and limitations on the labels of all products
      containing oil must also be followed or plant injury may occur.

      Bee caution:   This product is toxic  to bees  and should not be applied
      when bees are actively visiting the  area.

      Livestock Tolerances

      0.2 ppm (eggs, and meat, fat, and  meat byproducts of goats, hogs,
      horses, poultry, and sheep).
      0.5 ppm (milk fat).
      0.75 ppm (meat and meat byproducts of cattle).
      2.5 ppm (fat  of cattle).
*0,0,0',0'-tetraethyl S,S'-methylene bisphosphorodithioate

Issued:  7-31-74            III-E-4.1

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              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib. actual
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Almonds
  Brown mite
  European red mite
  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
         1.5-2.5/A.(EC),
         1.25-2.5/A.(WP),
         1.2-2.0/A.(D)

         0.24-0.375 (in
         1.0-2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.25-0.375 (in
         1.0-1.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.3-0.4 (in 2.0
         gal. oil)/100
         gal. water
         (EC in oil)

         0.375/100 gal.
         water(EC)
                          0.16-0.4 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          olD/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.1 ppm (almonds).
5.0 ppm (almond hulls).
30 day preharvest interval
through 2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not apply dosages of through
2.0 Ib./A. more than once during
the fruiting period.
Do not apply dosages of from
above 2.0 through 2.5 Ib./A.
after husks split.  Foliage
application.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant applica-
tion.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 1.0-
2.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil
Issued:  7-31-74
           III-E-4.2

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest



Almonds (continued)

  Olive scale
  Oystershell scale
  San Jose scale
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
0.45-0.6 (in
3.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.3-0.32 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC)
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 3.0
                                            gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
                                            water.

                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                          0.3-0.4 (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.3

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Almonds (continued)

  Soft scales
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
  Twospotted spider mite  1.5-2.5/A.(EC),   Foliage application.
                          1.25-2.5/A.(WP),
                          1.2-2.0/A.(D)
                          0.24-0.375 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water (EC in oil)
                  Foliage application.  Formulated
                  with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.4

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                                            2.0 ppm.
                                            20 day preharvest interval
                                            through 2.5 Ib./A.  if no more
                                            than 2 applications are made
                                            during the fruiting period.
                                            30 day preharvest interval
                                            through 2.5 Ib./A.  if no more
                                            than 3 applications are made
                                            during the fruiting period.
                                            40 day preharvest interval
                                            through 2.5 Ib./A.  if no more
                                            than 4 applications are made
                                            during the fruiting period.
                                            40 day preharvest interval
                                            through 5.0 Ib./A.  if no more
                                            than 2 applications are made
                                            during the fruiting period.
                                            60 day preharvest interval
                                            through 5.0 Ib./A.  if no more
                                            than 4 applications are made
                                            during the fruiting period.
  Apple aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Do not use on Astrachan, Davey,
Duchess, Margaret Pratt, Melba,
Wealthy, Williams Red (Red
Williams), or any other varie-
ties maturing with or before
Early Mclntosh, as injury is
likely to occur.

Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.5

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
  pies (continued)

  Apple aphid (cont.)
  (overwintering eggs)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Apple rust mite
  Brown mite
  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
0.3/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

2.0-2.5/A.(WP),
2.0-3.6/A.(D)

0.24-0.375  (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-3.6/A.(D)

0.24-0.375  (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375  (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.4  (in 2.0
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC  in oil)

0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
 Issued:   7-31-74
   III-E-4.6

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apples (continued)

  Codling moth
  European red mite
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
0.5/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
                          1.6/A.(D)
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-3.6/A.(D)

0.24-0.375 (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.24-0.4 (in
1.5-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.3/100 gal.
water (EC)
                          0.16-0.4 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10 to 14
days thereafter until control
is achieved.
                  Foliage application.
                  with lead arsenate.
                      Formulated
Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with lead arsenate.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.7

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Apples (continued)

  McDaniel spider mite




  Oystershell scale
  Pearleaf blister mite
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.24 (in 1.5
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)

0.33-0.5 (in
0.5-0.75 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.32-0.33 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5 (in 2.0
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)
Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  Apply
about June 1 to "crawlers"
hatching from overwintering
eggs.  Repeat 60 days later
for the second generation.
Formulated with oil.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.8

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  )les (continued)

  Rosy apple aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  San Jose scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in 2.0
gal. olD/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)

0.3/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375  (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.3/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.3-0.4 (in 2.0
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 2.0
                                            gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
                                            water.

                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.9

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
  ales (continued)
  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.32-0.4 (in
2.0-2.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
olD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-3.6/A.(D)

0.24-0.375 (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Use restricted to the West
                                            Coast.  Dormant or delayed
                                            dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.

                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated
                                            with oil.
Foliage application.  D may be
formulated with lead arsenate.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.10

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apricots
  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  Leafcurl plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  Mealy plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)

  Oystershell scale
  San Jose scale
  Soft scales
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3 (in 2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.1 ppm.
Apply dosages of through 3.2
Ib./A. during dormant or
delayed dormant period only.

Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Apply with 2.0 gal. of oil per
100 gal. of water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
                          0.32-0.4 (in
                          2.0-2.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Use restricted to the West
                  Coast.  Dormant or delayed
                  dormant application.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.11

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Site and Pest
Beans
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib. actual

                           2.0 ppm.
                           2 day preharvest interval
                           through 0.5 Ib./A.(spray) or
                           0.8 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
                           application.
                           4 day preharvest interval from
                           above 0.5 through 1.0 Ib./A.
                           (spray) or from above 0.8
                           through 1.6 Ib./A.(dust).
                           Foliage application.
                           Do not feed treated bean
                           foliage to livestock.
  Bean leaf beetle



  Lygus bugs


  Mexican bean beetle



  Potato leafhopper

  Seed corn maggot
         0.25-0.5/A.
         (EC.WP),
         0.6-0.8/A.(D)

         1.0/A.(EC.WP),
         1.2-1.6/A.(D)

         0.25-0.5/A.
         (EC.WP),
         0.6-0.8/A.(D)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
         0.5/A.(EC.WP)     Foliage application.
         0.0625 (1.0
         oz.)/100 Ib.
         seed(WP)
                          1.6/A.(G)
  Twospotted spider mite  0.25-0.5/A.
                          (EC.WP),
                          0.6-0.8/A.(D)
Seed treatment.  Mix and apply
to the seed as a slurry.  May
be combined with a suitable
fungicide for seed treatment
if desired.  Do not use treated
seed for food, feed, or oil
purposes.

Seed treatment.  Uniformly mix
with sufficient seed to plant
one acre.  Do not use treated
seed for food, feed, or oil
purposes.

Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
           III-E-4.12

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Blueberries
  Blueberry bud mite
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.67-1.34 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  NF.
                  Postharvest application.
                  Apply 1-2 weeks after harvest,
                  and repeat 3-4 weeks later.
water(EC in oil)  Spray plants until thoroughly
                  wet.  Formulated with oil.
Cherries
  Black cherry aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
                          0.3-0.32 (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          olD/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.16-0.4 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
                  0.1 ppm.
                  Apply dosages of through 2.5
                  Ib./A. as postharvest treat-
                  ment only.
                  Apply dosages of through 3.2
                  Ib./A. during dormant or
                  delayed dormant period only.

                  Dormant or delayed dormant
                  application.  Apply with 2.0
                  gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
                  water.

                  Dormant or delayed dormant
                  application.  Formulated
                  with oil.
                  Delayed dormant application.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.13

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EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib. actual
Cherries (continued)

  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  Forbes scale
  Leafcurl plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
         0.25/100 gal.
         water(WP)

         0.25-0.375 (in
         1.0-1.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.16-0.4 (in
         1.0-2.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.25/100 gal.
         water(WP)

         0.25-0.375 (in
         1.0-1.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.3-0.32 (in
         2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.16-0.4 (in
         1.0-2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.3-0.32 (in
         2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.25-0.375 (in
         1.0-1.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)
Postharvest application.
                                            Use restricted to the Pacific
                                            Coast States.  Dormant appli-
                                            cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Postharvest application.
                                            Use restricted to the Pacific
                                            Coast States.  Dormant appli-
                                            cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated
                                            with oil.
                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
           III-E-4.14

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Cherries (continued)

  McDaniel spider mite
  Mealy plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  Putnam scale
  San Jose scale
  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.32 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)
Postharvest application.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Formulated
with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Postharvest application.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.15

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Chestnuts
  Aphids
  Mites (including
   twospotted spider
    mite)
2.5/A. (EC.WP)

0.3 (in 1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
Do not apply dosages of through
2.5 Ib./A. after husks split.
Foliage application.
Do not apply foliage applica-
tions more than twice during
the fruiting period.
Apply dosages of through 3.0
Ib./A. during dormant or
delayed dormant period only.
Do not graze livestock in
treated areas.

Foliage application.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Corn (field)
  Twospotted spider mite  1.0/A.(EC)
                  1.0 ppm (grain).
                  14 ppm (fodder and forage).
                  50 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Do not apply more than once
                  after ears form.
                  Do not feed treated forage
                  to livestock.

                  Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.16

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Cotton
  Aphids
  Cotton leafworm

  Plant bugs (including
   lygus bugs)
  Spider mites
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)

0.5-1.0/A.(D)



0.5/A. (EC.WP)

1.0-1.5/A.
(EC.WP),
0.25-1.5/A. (EC),
1.0-1.5/A. (WP)

0.5/A. (D)
                          1.0-1.6/A. (D)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5 ppm (cottonseed).
Do not apply dosages of through
1.6 Ib./A. after bolls open.
Foliage application.
Do not graze dairy or meat
animals in treated fields.
Workers entering treated fields
within 24 hours following
application should wear
protective clothing.

Foliage application.

Use restricted to areas other
than the Western United States.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Use restricted to areas other
than the Western United States.
Foliage application.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.
Cucumbers
  Serpentine leafminer    0.5/A.(EC,WP)
  Twospotted spider mite
                  0.5 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.17

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Eggplant
  Twospotted spider mite  0.25-0.5/A.
                          (EC.WP.D)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  1.0 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
Filberts
  Aphids
  Mites (including
   brown mite
   European red mite.
   twospotted spider
    mite)
2.5/A.(EC.WP)

0.3 (in 1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)
0.1 ppm.
Do not apply dosages of through
2.5 Ib./A. after nut becomes
visible, and do not apply more
than twice during the fruiting
period.  Foliage application.
Apply dosages of through 3.0
Ib./A. during the dormant or
delayed dormant period only.

Foliage application.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.18

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Garlic
  Onion maggot
0.4-0.8/A.(G)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.2/A.(G)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.0-2.0/A.(G)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)

0.6-0.8/A.(G)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.9-1.2/A.(G)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.5-2.0/A.(G)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
Apply dosages of through'2.0
Ib./A. only as furrow treat-
ments at time of planting.

Furrow treatment at time of
planting.  For mineral soils.
                                            Furrow treatment at time of
                                            planting.  For muck soils.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.19

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Grapefruit
  Black scale
  Brown soft scale
  California red scale
  Chaff scale
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.33-0.4 (in
0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.25-0.4 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
2.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not repeat applications
within 90 days.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.20

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Grapefruit (continued)

  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.25-0.375/100
                          gal. water(WP)
                          0.25-0.5/100
                          gal. water(WP)
0.25-0.4 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

2.5-3.0/A.
(EC,WP),
1.4-4.0/A.(D)
                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 0.5 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. of water.

Foliage application.  In the
Florida-Texas area, apply with
0.5-1.0 gal. of oil added per
100 gal. water.  In the Western
United States, apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.  Apply
with 0.375-0.5 gal. of oil
added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply when thrips first
appear, and before they exceed
three per leaf.  Oil may be
added to the WP at the rate of
0.375-0.5 gal. per 100 gal.
water.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Formulated with oil.
 Issued:  7-31-74
   III-E-4.21

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Grapefruit (continued)

  Citrus whitefly
  Florida red scale
  Glover scale
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.
Apply shortly after eggs have
been laid.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.
Apply shortly after eggs have
been laid.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of oil
added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage application.
Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal. of oil.
added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-1.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.22

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Grapefruit (continued)

  Purple scale
  Sixspotted mite
  Snow scales
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.4 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-1.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  Oil may
be added to the WP at the rate
of 0.5-1.0 gal. per 100 gal.
water for the Florida-Texas
area, and at 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil per 100 gal. water for the
West Coast.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.
Spray trunk, limbs and twigs
thoroughly.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-1.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.  Spray trunk, limbs, and
twigs thoroughly.

Foliage application.  Spray
trunk, limbs and twigs
thoroughly.  Formulated with
oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.23

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Grapefruit (continued)

  Texas citrus mite
  Yellow scale
  Yuma spider mite
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.33-0.4 (in
0.5-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

3.0/A.(WP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-1.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  Oil may
be added at a rate of up to
5.0 gal. per acre.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.24

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Site and Pest
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib. actual

                           2.0 ppm.
                           60 day preharvest interval
                           through 1.25 Ib./A.(spray) if
                           more than two applications are
                           made during the fruiting
                           period.  Foliage application.
                           30 day preharvest interval
                           through 1.25 Ib./A.(spray) if
                           no more than two application
                           are made during the fruiting
                           period.  Foliage application.
                           30 day preharvest interval
                           through 2.25 Ib./A.(spray) if
                           no more than one application
                           is made.  Foliage application.
                           30 day preharvest interval
                           through 1.2 Ib./A.(dust) if no
                           more than 3 applications are
                           made during the fruiting
                           period.  Foliage application.
                           15 day preharvest interval
                           through 1.2 Ib./A.(dust) if
                           no more than 2 applications
                           are made during the fruiting
                           period.  Foliage application.
                           Do not apply to Fehr-Szago,
                           Muscat, or Salvador varieties.
  Grape berry moth
         2.25/A.(WP)
  Grape leafhopper        0.75-1.25/A.
  Twospotted spider mite  (EC,WP),
                          0.6-1.2/A.(D)

                          0.75-2.25/A.
                          (EC.WP)
  Willamette mite
         0.75-1.25/A.
         (EC.WP),
         0.6-1.2/A.(D)
Use restricted to the Eastern
United States.  Apply 300
gallons of finished spray per
acre.  Make one application
during the first week of August,

Foliage application.
Use restricted to the Eastern
United States.  Foliage
application.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage
application.
Issued:   7-31-74
           III-E-4.25

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance. Use, Limitations
Lemons
Limes
  Black scale
  Brown soft scale
  California red scale
  Chaff scale
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.33-0.4 (in
0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
2.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage
application.
Do not apply more than once
per season.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. of water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-
1.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Foliage application.  On limes,
use only the lower dosage.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. of water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-
1.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. of water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-
1.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Foliage application.  On limes,
use only the lower dosage.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.26

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Lemons (continued)
Limes

  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Citrus whitefly
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.33-0.4 (in
0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

2.5-3.0/A.
(EC.WP),
1.4-4.0/A.(D)
                          0.4 (in 0.5 gal.
                          olD/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC.WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Oil may
be added to the sprays at the
rate of 0.375-0.5 gal. per
100 gal. water.

Foliage application.  On limes,
use only the lower dosage.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply when thrips
first appear, and before they
exceed three per leaf.  Oil
may be added to the WP at the
rate of 0.375-0.5 gal. per
100 gal. water.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  For use only on lemons.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.
Apply shortly after eggs have
been laid.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.  Apply shortly after
eggs have been laid.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.27

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Lemons (continued)
Limes

  Florida red scale
  Glover scale
  Purple scale
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.33 (in 0.5
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.  On limes,
use only the lower dosage.
Formulated with oil.
  Sixspotted mite
0.25-0.375/100    Foliage application.
gal. water(EC.WP)
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.28

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Lemons (continued)
Limes

  Snow scales
  Texas citrus mite
  Yellow scale
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.33 (in 0.5
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal,
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.  Spray trunk, limbs,
and twigs thoroughly.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-
1.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.  Spray trunk,
limbs and twigs thoroughly.

Foliage application.  Spray
trunk, limbs, and twigs
thoroughly.  On limes, use
only the lower dosage rate.
Formulated with oil.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Apply with 0.5-1.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.  On limes,
use only the lower dosage.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.29

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Lemons (continued)
Limes

  Yuma spider mite
Dosage

Ib. actual




3.0/A.(WP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  Oil may
be added at a rate of up to
5.0 gal. per acre.
Melons
  Cucumber beetles

  Petrobia mites
  Serpentine leafminer
   complex
  Twospotted spider mite

  Western potato
   leafhopper
                  2.0 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.(spray) or
                  1.6 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
                  application.

0.5-1.0/A.(EC)    Foliage application.
0.5-1.0/A.
(EC,WP)
0.5/A. (EC.WP),
1.2-1.6/A.(D)
0.75-1.0/A.
(EC.WP),
Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  Apply
in a minimum of 10 gallons of
water per acre.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.30

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Nectarines
  Brown mite
  European red mite
  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-2.4/A.(D)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.16-0.4 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use. Limitations
1.0 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval
through 1.75 Ib./A.(spray) or
2.4 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
application.
Do not apply more than twice
during the fruiting period.

Foliage application.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with
1.0-2.0 gal. of oil added per
100 gal. water.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.31

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Nectarines (continued)

  Olive scale
  Oystershell scale
  San Jose scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.45-0.6 (in
                          3.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.25/100 gal.
                          water(WP)
0.3 (in 2.0 gal.
olD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
                          0.3-0.4 (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 3.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Apply with 1.0 gal. of oil
added per 100 gal. water.
Apply at the time of over-
wintering scale hatch.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Formulated
with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.32

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Nectarines (continued)

  Soft scales
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance. Use. Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Onions
  Onion maggot
0.5 (WP)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.75 (WP)
(with 18-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.0 (WP)
(with 12-inch
row spacing)

0.375/A.(EC)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.625/A.(EC)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.0/A.(EC)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)
1.0 ppm.
Apply dosages of through 2.0
Ib./A. only to furrow at time
of planting or to the seed
prior to planting.

Seed treatment.  Dosages are
the amounts needed to treat
sufficient seed to plant one
acre (with various row spacings)
in upland soils.  For muck or
heavy soils, increase the dosage
by 50-100%.
                                            Use restricted to the Eastern
                                            United States.  Apply to the
                                            furrow at time of planting.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.33

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Onions (continued)

  Onion maggot (cont.)
0.75/A.(EC)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.25/A.(EC)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
2.0/A.(EC)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)

0.4-0.8/A.(G)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.6-1.2/A.(G)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.0-2.0/A.(G)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)

0.6-0.8/A.(G)
(with 36-inch
row spacing)
     or
0.9-1.2/A.(G)
(with 24-inch
row spacing)
     or
1.5-2.0/A.(G)
(with 15-inch
row spacing)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Apply to the
furrow at time of planting.
                                            For mineral soils.  Apply  to
                                            the furrow at time of planting.
                                            For muck soils.  Apply  to  the
                                            furrow at time of planting.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.34

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Oranges
  Black scale
  Brown soft scale
  California red scale
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC.WP)
                          0.33 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
Tolerance. Use. Limitations
2.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not repeat applications
within 90 days.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  For use
on Valencia oranges in all
localities.  For navel oranges,
use is restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.35

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Oranges (continued)

  Chaff scale
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC.WP)
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water,

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Foliage application.  For use
                  on Valencia oranges in all
                  localities.  For navel oranges,
                  use is restricted to the San
                  Joaquin Valley of California.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.36

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Oranges (continued)

  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.25-0.5/100
                          gal. water(WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
Foliage application.
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 0.5 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. of water.

Foliage application.  For use
on navel and Valencia oranges
only.  For navel oranges in
the San Joaquin Valley of
California, 0.375-0.5 gal. of
oil may be added per 100 gal.
of water.  For navel oranges
elsewhere, apply without oil.
For Valencia oranges, apply
with the oil added.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Foliage application.  For use
                  on Valencia oranges in all
                  localities.  For navel oranges,
                  use is restricted to the San
                  Joaquin Valley of California.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.37

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Oranges (continued)

  Citrus thrips
  Citrus whitefly
2.5-3.0/A.
(EC.WP),
1.4-4.0/A.(D)
                          0.25-0.5/100
                          gal.  water(WP)
                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal.  oil)/100
                          gal.  water
                          (EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply when thrips appear
and before they exceed 2 or 3
per leaf.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  For use on navel and
Valencia oranges only.  For
navel oranges in the San Joaquin
Valley of California, 0.375-0.5
gal. of oil may be added per
100 gal. of water.  For navel
oranges elsewhere, apply without
oil.  For Valencia oranges,
apply with the oil.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  For use on Valencia
oranges in all localities.
For navel oranges, use is
restricted to the San Joaquin
Valley of California.  Formulated
with oil.

Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water
shortly after adults have laid
their eggs.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water
shortly after adults have laid
their eggs.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.38

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Oranges (continued)

  Florida red scale
  Glover scale
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal.  oil)/100
                          gal.  water
                          (EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Foliage application.  For use
                  on Valencia oranges in all
                  localities.  For navel oranges,
                  use is restricted to the San
                  Joaquin Valley of California.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.39

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Site and Pest



Oranges (continued)

  Purple scale
  Sixspotted mite
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  For use
on Valencia oranges in all
localities.  For navel oranges,
use is restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Formulated with oil.

Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.40

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Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Oranges (continued)

  Snow scales
  Texas citrus mite
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oil)/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.
Spray trunk, limbs and twigs
thoroughly.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.
Spray trunk, limbs and twigs
thoroughly.

Foliage application.  Spray
trunk, limbs and twigs
thoroughly.  Formulated with
oil.

Foliage application.  For use
on Valencia oranges in all
localities.  For navel oranges,
use is restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Spray trunk, limbs, and twigs
thoroughly.  Formulated with
oil.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Oranges (continued)

  Yellow scale
  Yuma spider mite
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in 0.5
                          gal. oiD/100
                          gal. water
                          (EC in oil)
3.0/A.(WP)
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  For use
on Valencia oranges in all
localities.  For navel oranges,
use is restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  May be
applied with the equivalent of
up to 5.0 gal. of oil per acre
added.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.42

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Site and Pest
Peaches
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib.  actual

                           1.0 ppm.
                           30 day preharvest interval
                           through 1.75 Ib./A.(spray)
                           or 2.4 Ib./A.(dust).  Foliage
                           application.
                           Do not apply more than twice
                           during the fruiting period.
  Brown mite
  European red mite
  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  Forbes scale
         0.25/100 gal.
         water(EC,WP),
         1.6-2.A/A.(D)

         0.25 (in 1.0-1.5
         gal. oil)/100
         gal. water
         (EC in oil)

         0.25-0.375 (in
         1.0-1.5 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)

         0.3-0.4 (in
         2.0 gal.
         oii)/100 gal.
         water (EC in oil)

         0.375/100 gal.
         water(EC)
         0.16-0.4 (in
         1.0-2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water (EC in oil)

         0.3 (in 2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 1.0-
                                            2.0 gal. of oil added per 100
                                            gal. water.

                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
           III-E-4.43

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Peaches (continued)

  Olive scale
  Oystershell scale
  Putnam scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.45-0.6 (in
                          3.0 gal.
                          oiD/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.25/100 gal.
                          water(WP)
0.3 (in 2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3 (in 2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 3.0
gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Apply with 1.0 gal. of oil
added per 100 gal. water.
Apply at the time of over-
wintering scale hatch.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.44

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Peaches (continued)

  San Jose scale
  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
  White peach scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC, WP),
1.6-2.4/A.(D)

0.25 (in 1.0-
1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 2.0
                                            gal. of oil added per 100 gal.
                                            water.

                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant application.  Apply
with 2.0 gal. oil added per
100 gal. water.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.45

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Pears
  Apple aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  Apple rust mite
  Brown mite
0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)

0.25-0.33/100
gal. water(EC),
0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.24-0.33 (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
olD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
20 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A. if no more
than 2 applications are made
after the first cover spray.
Foliage application.
30 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A. with no
more than 3 applications to
be made after the first cover
spray.  Foliage application.
35 day preharvest interval
through 2.7 Ib./A. with no
more than 2 applications to
be made during the fruiting
period.  Foliage application.
60 day preharvest interval
through 5.0 Ib./A. with no
more than 3 applications to
be made after the first cover
spray.  Foliage application.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated with
oil.
Foliage application.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.46

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                 EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Pears (continued)

  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  Codling moth
  European red mite
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
olD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water (EC)
0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(WP)
0.25-0.33/100
gal. water(EC),
0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.16-0.33 (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with
                                            1.0-2.0 gal. of oil added
                                            per 100 gal. water.

                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.  Apply
at petal fall and every 10
to 14 days thereafter until
control is achieved.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.47

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                 EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Pears (continued)

  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  Forbes scale
  Olive scale
  Oystershell scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water (EC)
0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.33-0.5  (in
0.5-0.75  gal.
oil)/100  gal.
water(EC  in oil)
                          0.3-0.32  (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100  gal.
                          water(EC  in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 1.0-
                                            2.0 gal. of oil added per
                                            100 gal. water.

                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Dormant application.  Apply
with 3.0 gal. of oil added
per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.  Apply
about June 1 to "crawlers"
hatching from overwintering
eggs.  Repeat 60 days later
for the second generation.
Formulated with oil.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.48

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                 EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Pears (continued)
  Pearleaf blister mite
  Pear psylla
  Pear rust mite
  Putnam scale
0.5 (in           Use restricted to the Pacific
2.0 gal.          Coast States.  Apply shortly
oil)/100 gal.     after harvest, or during the
water(EC in oil)  late dormant period.  Formu-
                  lated with oil.
0.33-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.375-0.5/100
gal. water(WP)

0.16-0.33 (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.32 (in
2.0 gal.
oiD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.16-0.4 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.16-0.25 (in
1.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
                                            Delayed dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with  oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.49

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                 EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Pears (continued)

  Rosy apple aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  San Jose scale
  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.33/100
gal. water(EC),
0.25/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.24-0.33  (in
0.5-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Apply with 2.0
                                            gal. of oil added per 100
                                            gal. water.

                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated
                                            with oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with  oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.50

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                 EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Pecans
  Aphids
  Mites (including
   twospotted spider
    mite)
2.5/A.(EC,WP)

0.3 (in
1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.
Do not apply dosages of
through 2.5 Ib./A. after husks
split, and do not apply more
than twice during the fruiting
period.  Foliage application.
Apply dosages of through 3.0
Ib./A. during the dormant or
delayed dormant period only.
Do not graze livestock in
treated groves.

Foliage application.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Peppers
  Serpentine leafminer
0.5/A.(EC.WP),
0.5-1.0/A.(D)
  Twospotted spider mite  0.25-0.5/A.
                          (EC.WP),
                          0.25-1.0/A.(D)
1.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
21 day preharvest interval from
above 0.5 through 1.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
Do not apply dosages of above
0.5 Ib./A. more than 3 times
during the fruiting period.

Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.51

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Pimentos
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Serpentine leafminer    0.5/A.(EC.WP.D)

  Twospotted spider mite  0.25-0.5/A.
                          (EC.WP.D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  1.0 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
Plums
Prunes
  Brown mite
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-2.4/A.(D)

0.24-0.375 (in
1.5-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
2.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval
through 1.75 Ib./A. with no
more than 3 applications
during the fruiting period.
Foliage application.
45 day preharvest interval
through 2.5 Ib./A. with no
more than 2 applications
during the fruiting period.
Foliage application.

Certain varieties may be
injured by oil sprays; check
oil sensitivity prior to use.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.52

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European fruit
   lecanium
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.3 (in
                          1.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.16-0.375 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.33/100 gal.
water(EC),
0.375/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.24-0.375 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 1.0-
2.0 gal. of oil added per
100 gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application for all areas
except the Sacramento and
Suisan Valley areas of Cali-
fornia where treatment should
be made in early prebloom
from when fruit buds show
green tips up to bloom.
Formulated with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.53

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  European red mite
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-2.4/A.(D)

0.24-0.375 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oU)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.3  (in
                          1.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                          0.16-0.375  (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 1.0-
2.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application for all areas
except the Sacramento and
Suisan Valley areas of Cali-
fornia where treatment should
be made in early prebloom
from when fruit buds show green
tips up to bloom.  Formulated
with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.54

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  Forbes scale
  Leafcurl plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
  Mealy plum aphid
  (overwintering eggs)
0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.3-0.375 (in
1.5-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
                          0.3 (in
                          1.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water (EC in oil)
                          0.16-0.375 (in
                          1.0-2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 1.0-
2.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application for all areas
except the Sacramento and
Suisan Valley areas of Cali-
fornia where treatment should
be made in early prebloom
from when fruit buds show
green tips up to bloom.
Formulated with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.55

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  Olive scale
  Oystershell scale
  Putnam scale
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oiD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.5/100 gal.
water (EC)
                          0.45-0.6 (in
                          3.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.3-0.32 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.3 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 3.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application except for some
products for Sacramento and
Suisan Valley areas of Cali-
fornia where treatment should
be made during early prebloom
when fruit buds show green
tips.  Formulated with oil.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Formulated
with oil.
Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.56

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  San Jose scale
Dosage

Ib.  actual
0.3-0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
                          0.4 (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                          0.3-0.32 (in
                          2.0 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
                                            Use restricted to the Pacific
                                            Coast States.  Dormant appli-
                                            cation.  Formulated with oil.
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply with 2.0
gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.

Dormant or delayed dormant
application for all areas
except the Sacramento and
Suisan Valley areas of Cali-
fornia where treatment should
be made in early prebloom
when fruit buds show green
tips.  Formulated with oil.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.57

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Plums (continued)
Prunes

  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
                  Tolerance, Use. Limitations
0.25-0.375 (in
1.0-1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.3-0.32 (in
2.0 gal.
oiD/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP),
1.6-2.4/A.(D)

0.24-0.375 (in
1.0-2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Pacific
Coast States.  Dormant appli-
cation.  Formulated with oil.
                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application for all areas
                                            except the Sacramento and
                                            Suisan Valley areas of
                                            California where treatment
                                            should be made in early pre-
                                            bloom when fruit buds show
                                            green tips.  Formulated with
                                            oil.

                                            Dormant or delayed dormant
                                            application.  Formulated with
                                            oil.
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Sorghum
Dosage

Ib.  actual
  Sorghum midge
  Sorghum mites
0.25-0.5/A.
(EC.WP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm (grain and forage).
30 day prefeeding (of forage)
or preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.
Some leaf burning may occur on
phosphate sensitive varieties.

Foliage application.  For
sorghum midge, apply at first
bloom, and repeat 4-10 days
later.
Squash (summer)
  Serpentine leafminer    0.5/A.(EC.WP)
  Twospotted spider mite
                  0.5 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

                  Foliage application.
Strawberries
  Strawberry leaf roller   0.5-1.0/A.
                          (EC,WP),
  Twospotted spider mite  0.5-1.0/A.
                          (EC.WP),
                          0.8-1.2/A.(D)
                  2.0 ppm.
                  2 day preharvest interval
                  through 1.0 Ib./A.(spray) or
                  1.2 lb./A.(dust).  Foliage
                  application.

                  Foliage application.
                  Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
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Site and Pest
Tangelos
Tangerines
  Black scale
  Brown soft scale
  California red scale
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              ETHION

         Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

         Ib. actual

                           2.0 ppm.
                           No preharvest interval through
                           7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                           Do not make more than two
                           applications per season.
                           Do not repeat application
                           within 90 days.
         0.25-0.375/100
         gal. water
         (EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
         0.25-0.375/100
         gal. water
         (EC,WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water,

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.
Issued:  7-31-74
           III-E-4.60

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Tangelos (continued)
Tangerines

  Chaff scale
  Citrus red mite
  Citrus rust mite
0.25-0.375/100
gal.  water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC),
0.25-0.5/100
gal. water(WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25/100 gal.
water (EC)
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water (EC in oil)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Formulated with oil.

Foliage application.
Use restricted to the Western
United States.  Foliage appli-
cation.  Apply with 0.5 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.61

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Tangelos (continued)
Tangerines

  Citrus red mite (cont.) 0.4 (in
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Citrus whitefly
  Florida red scale
0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
2.5-3.0/A.
(EC,WP),
1.4-4.0/A.(D)
                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply when thrips
appear and before they exceed
three per leaf.

Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. of
water.  Apply shortly after
eggs have been laid.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.  Apply shortly after
eggs have been laid.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.62

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Tangelos (continued)
Tangerines

  Florida red scale
   (continued)
  Glover scale
  Purple scale
0.375/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC.WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Formulated with oil.

Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.63

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Tangelos (continued)
Tangerines

  Purple scale (cont.)
  Sixspotted mite
  Snow scales
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.375/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
                          0.25-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Use restricted to the San
                  Joaquin Valley of California.
                  Foliage application.  Apply
                  after bloom using at least
                  3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
                  Formulated with oil.
0.25-0.375/100    Foliage application.
gal, water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.5-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.
Spray trunk, limbs, and twigs
thoroughly.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal.
water.  Spray trunk, limbs,
and twigs thoroughly.

Foliage application.  Spray
trunk, limbs, and twigs
thoroughly.  Formulated with
oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  TII-E-4.64

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Tangelos (continued)
Tangerines

  Snow scales (cont.)
  Texas citrus mite
  Yellow scale
0.4 (in
0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP),
2.0-4.0/A.(D)

0.25-0.375 (in
0.4-0.8 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.375/100 gal.
                          water(EC,WP)
                          0.33-0.375 (in
                          0.4-0.8 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)

                          0.4 (in
                          0.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the San
Joaquin Valley of California.
Foliage application.  Apply
after bloom using at least
3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
Spray trunk, limbs, and twigs
thoroughly.  Formulated with oil.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.
                                            Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Foliage application.
Apply with 1.0-2.0 gal. of
oil added per 100 gal. water.

Use restricted to the Florida-
Texas area.  Foliage applica-
tion.  Apply with 0.5-1.0 gal.
of oil added per 100 gal. water.

Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Use restricted to the San
                  Joaquin Valley of California.
                  Foliage application.  Apply
                  after bloom using at least
                  3.2 Ib./A. for mature trees.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.65

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Tomatoes
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Leafminers
  Tropical spider mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.5/A.(EC.WP),
0.8/A.(D)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0 ppm.
2 day preharvest interval
through 0.5 Ib./A.(spray)
or 0.8 Ib./A.(dust).
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Walnuts
                  0.1 ppm.
                  Do not apply dosages of through
                  2.5 Ib./A. after husks split
                  and not more than twice during
                  the fruiting period.  Foliage
                  application.
                  Do not apply dosages of more
                  than 2.0 Ib./A. during the
                  dormant period.
                  Do not graze livestock in
                  treated groves.
                  Dormant and delayed dormant
                  applications should only be
                  used on trees that have not
                  suffered from lack of moisture
                  at any time during the growing
                  season.
                  Oil should not be applied to
                  orchards when soil moisture is
                  low.
  Brown mite
  European red mite
1.5-2.5/A.(WP)    Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.66

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Walnuts (continued)

  Brown mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  European red mite
  (overwintering eggs)
  San Jose scale
  Soft scales
  Twospotted spider mite
  Walnut aphid

  Walnut husk fly
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
2.0/A.(EC)
0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)

2.0/A.(EC)
0.4 (in
2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)

1.5-2.5/A.
(EC.WP)

1.5-2.5/A.
(EC.WP)
Dormant or delayed dormant
application.  Apply dosage in
at least 100 gal. of water,
and with 2.0 gal. of oil added
per acre.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Use restricted to the West
Coast.  Dormant or delayed
dormant application.  Apply in
at least 100 gal. of water, and
with 2.0 gal. of oil added per
acre.

Delayed dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Foliage application.
Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.67

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                               ETHION

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Lawns and Turf)

Bermudagrass
  Eriophyid mites
0.39 lb./25 gal.  Foliage application.  Apply as
water75,000       needed to maintain control.
sq.ft.(EC)        Keep children and animals off
                  treated areas until spray has
                  completely dried.  Do not apply
                  to grass to be used for
                  grazing, or for forage to be
                  fed to livestock.
Grass
  Chinch bug complex
0.75-1.25
Ib./lOO gal.
water/5,000
sq.ft.(EC)
                          2.0 qt.  of 3.0%
                          conc./15-20
                          gal. water/
                          500 sq.ft.(EC)
                               or
                          1.0 pt.  of 12%
                          conc./15-20
                          gal. water/
                          500 sq.ft.(EC)
Keep children and animals off
treated areas until ethion has
been thoroughly watered into
the soil and the grass is
completely dry.

For commercial use only.  Areas
should be well irrigated prior
to treatment.  The spray must
penetrate through the mat of
turf to be effective.

Apply by hose proportioner or
pressure sprayer.  Area should
be well irrigated prior to
treatment.  The spray must
penetrate through the mat of
turf to be effective.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.68

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Grass (continued)

  Chinch bug complex
  Clover mite
  Leafhoppers
  Sod webworms
Dosage

actual
1.25 lb./5,000
sq.ft.(G),
1.15-1.2 lb./
5,000 sq.ft.
(FM)
1.2 lb./5,000
sq.ft.(FM)
0.75-1.25
Ib./lOO gal.
water/5,000
sq.ft.(EC)
                          1.0-2.0 qt.  of
                          3.0% cone./
                          15-20 gal.
                          water/500 sq.ft.
                          (EC)
                               or
                          1.0 pt. of 12%
                          conc./15-20  gal,
                          water/500 sq.ft.
                          (EC)

                          1.25 lb.75,000
                          sq.ft.(G),
                          1.15-1.2 lb./
                          5,000 sq.ft.
                          (FM)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Broadcast evenly by mechanical
spreader.  Area should be well
irrigated prior to treatment,
and drenched or thoroughly
sprinkled after application to
assure that the mat of turf is
penetrated.  Repeat at two-
month intervals to prevent
reinfestation.

Broadcast evenly by mechanical
spreader.  Area should be well
irrigated prior to treatment,
and drenched or thoroughly
sprinkled after application.

For commercial use only.  Area
should be well irrigated prior
to treatment.  The spray must
penetrate through the mat of
turf to be effective.

Apply by hose proportioner or
pressure sprayer.  Area should
be well irrigated prior to
treatment.  The spray must
penetrate through the mat of
turf to be effective.
                  Broadcast evenly by mechanical
                  spreader.  Area should be well
                  irrigated prior to treatment,
                  and drenched or thoroughly
                  sprinkled after application to
                  assure that the mat of turf is
                  penetrated.  Repeat as needed.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.69

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                               ETHION

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance. Use. Limitations

                          actual

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Flowering plants

  Twospotted spider mite  0.25 Ib./lOO      Foliage application.
                          gal. water(EC,WP)
(Woody Shrubs, Trees, and Vines)

  (Note that some species of plants and pests occur in more than one
  entry in this section.)

Shrubs
Trees
 (including:
 Azalea
 Boxwood
 Camellia
 Citrus
 Cotoneaster
 Dogwood
 Gardenia
Holly
Ixora
Juniper
Ligustrum
Lilac
Magnolia
Pine
Pittosporum
Rubber plant
Sasanqua
Spruce
Taxus (Yew)
Viburnum
Willow)
  Aphids
  Camellia scale
  Euonymus scale
  Florida red scale
  Florida wax scale
  Lecanium scales
  Oystershell scale
  Pine needle scale
  Spider mites
  Spruce bud scale
  Taxus mealybug
  Tea scale
  Whiteflies
0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
0.33-0.5 Ib.
(in 0.5-0.75
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)
Foliage application.  Apply with
1.0 gal. of oil added per 100
gal. water.  Repeat as needed.
Do not apply to American red bud
trees as injury may occur.  May
cause slight needle drop to some
varieties of Taxus  (including
Anderson yew).

Foliage application.  For scales,
apply when overwintering eggs
start to hatch, and if necessary
for summer generations, apply
when crawlers appear.  Use only
the higher dosage for lecanium
scales.  Do not apply to
American red bud trees as injury
may occur.  May cause slight
needle drop to some varieties
of Taxus (including Anderson
yew).  Formulated with oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-4.70

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Shrubs (continued)
Trees

  Twospotted spider mite  0.25 Ib./lOO
                          gal. water
                          (EC.WP)
                           Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                           Foliage application.  Repeat
                           as needed.  May cause slight
                           needle drop to some varieties
                           of Taxus  (including Anderson
                           yew).
Arborvitae
Ash
Birch
Boxwood
Catalpa
Dogwood
Elm
Euonymus
Juniper
Lilac
Magnolia
Maple (excluding
 Japanese maple
 sugar maple)
Mock orange
Oak
Pine
Poplar
Privet
Taxus
Tuliptree
Willow
  Cottony maple scale
  Euonymus scale
  European elm scale
  European fruit scale
  Juniper scale
  Lecanium scales
   (including
   European fruit
    lecanium)
  Magnolia scale
  Oystershell scale
  Pine needle scale
  San Jose scale
  Scurfy scale
  Tuliptree scale
         0.3-0.6 Ib. (in
         2.0-3.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
         water(EC in oil)
         0.3-0.4 Ib.
         (in 2.0 gal.
         oil)/100 gal.
      Dormant application for decid-
      uous plants.  Apply after most
      danger of freezing nights has
      passed, but before buds have
      begun to open.  Spray on a
      clear, mild day and do not
      spray in late afternoon.  Do
      not use on Japanese maple,
      sugar maple, or any other
      plants not listed.  Formulated
      with oil.

      Dormant application for broad-
      leaved evergreens and conifers.
      Refer to directions and limita-
      tions immediately above.  Oil
      will remove the blue color
      from Colorado blue spruce.
      Formulated with oil.
Issued:   7-31-74
           III-E-4.71

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Azaleas
  Azalea bark scale
Camellias
  Camellia scale
Dosage

actual
0.225 Ib.
(in 1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.225 Ib.
(in 1.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
                          0.225 Ib.
                          (in 1.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
                  Dormant application.
                  Formulated with oil.
Juniper

  Twospotted spider mite
0.167-0.33 Ib.
(in 0.25-0.5
gal. oil)/100
gal. water
(EC In oil)
Foliage application.
Formulated with oil.
Pine

  Pine needle scale
0.33 Ib.
(in 0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Foliage application.  Apply
to the crawler stage emerging
from overwintering eggs.
Repeat application when second
generation of crawlers is
observed (usually about
August 1), or before over-
wintering eggs are deposited.
Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.72

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Pittosporum

  Cottonycushion scale




Privet

  White peach scale
Dosage

actual
0.3 Ib.
(in 2.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
0.45 Ib.
(in 3.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water (EC in oil)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
Pyracantha

  Wax scales
0.45 Ib.
(in 3.0 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Dormant application.
Formulated with oil.
                          0.225 Ib.
                          (in 1.5 gal.
                          oil)/100 gal.
                          water(EC in oil)
                  Dormant application.
                  Formulated with oil.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.73

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                               ETHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Pine needle scale
  Spruce bud scale
0.33 Ib.
(in 0.5 gal.
oil)/100 gal.
water(EC in oil)
Foliage application.  For
pine needle scale, apply to
the crawler stage emerging
from overwintering eggs.
Repeat application when second
generation of crawlers is
observed (usually about
August 1), or before over-
wintering eggs are deposited.
For spruce bud scale, apply
when new needles have reached
nearly full size (about July 1),
and repeat one month later.
Formulated with oil.
Taxus (Yew)

  Spider mites
0.167-0.33 Ib.
(in 0.25-0.5
gal. olD/100
gal. water
(EC in oil)
Foliage application.  Repeat
as needed.  May cause slight
needle drop on some varieties.
Formulated with oil.
(Greenhouse Plants)

Ornamental plants

  Millipedes
0.312 lb./75
gal. water/
2,500 sq.ft.
of bench space
(EC)
Soil treatment.  A suitable
mask or respirator should be
worn during application.
Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-4.74

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                               ETHION

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS

Domestic dwellings
(outdoor areas)

  Clover mite             0.5 lb./2,500     For use by trained pest
                          sq.ft.(EC)        control operators for outdoor
                                            areas only.  Apply in suffi-
                                            cient water for thorough
                                            coverage.  Spray walls from
                                            the bottom of first floor
                                            windows down to the ground.
                                            Also treat grounds out to 15
                                            to 20 feet from building.
                                            Keep children and animals off
                                            treated areas until spray has
                                            completely dried.
Issued:  7-31-74            III-E-4.75

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                    EPA  Compendium  of  Registered Pesticides
                                  ETHYL  ALCOHOL
PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:   L



TYPE PESTICIDE: Solvent and  adjuvant
USE TOLERANCE vost&E LDffXAHOIS
vpipo;
Animals :

Beef cattle
Dairy cattle
Goats
Sheep
Swine
Extended






.
82$






Formulated with other ingredients and
applied locally as a screw-worm or
ear tick remedy.




  Issued:  5-31-69
III-E-5

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                    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP, D, Pr.

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Acaricide

      Livestock Tolerances

      0.5 ppm. in meat, fat, and meat byproducts of cattle and sheep.

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Almonds
  Brown mite
  European red mite
  Pacific spider mite
  Twospotted spider mite

Apples
  Brown mite
  McDaniel spider mite
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(EC,WP)
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(EC.WP)

0.25-0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC),
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(WP)
0.2 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Treated hulls may be used for
livestock feed.
Some products may cause injury
to the variety Kapareil.

Foliage application.
5.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
5.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not use on Delicious, Jonathan,
or Mclntosh varieties as fruit
injury may occur.

Foliage application.  Do not
apply before second cover spray.
Foliage application.  Do not
apply before second cover spray.
For severe infestations, apply
twice 7-14 days apart.
*chlorobenzilate; Acaraben

Issued:  7-30-73            III-E-6.1

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Site and Pest
Cantaloupes
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    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual

                            5.0 ppm.
                            No preharvest interval through
                            1.6 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
  Twospotted spider mite  1.0 Ib./A.(EC),   Foliage application.  For EC,
                          1.4-1.6 Ib./A.(D) when treating young plants that
                                            do not require broadcast treat-
                                            ment, reduce dosage in propor-
                                            tion to the area being treated.
Cherries
  Cherry rust mites
Citrus
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus flat mite
  Citrus red mite
  Sixspotted mite
  Texas citrus mite
  Citrus bud mite
  Pacific spider mite
  Yuma spider mite

Cotton
          0.37 Ib./lOO
          gal. water(EC,WP)
          0.125-0.25 lb./
          100 gal. water
          (EC,WP)

          0.25 Ib./lOO
          gal. water
          (EC.WP)
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal.  water
          (EC,WP)
NF.
Do not exceed 4.0 Ib./A.

For postharvest application only.
5.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
3.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Foliage application.  For sea-
sonal control of citrus red
mite, either repeated applica-
tions or combinations with other
acaricides are needed.

Foliage, application.
                            0.5 ppm (cottonseed).
                            Do not apply after bolls begin
                            to open.
                            Do not graze or feed treated
                            forage or gin waste to livestock.
Issued:   7-30-73
            III-E-6.2

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                    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE
Site and Pest
Cotton  (continued)

  Pacific spider mite
  Schoene spider mite
  Strawberry spider mite
  Twospotted spider
   mite
Dosage

actual
1.0 Ib./A.
(EC.WP)
1.0 Ib./A.
(EC)
Melons
      (Refer also to Cantaloupes)
  Twospotted spider
   mite
1.0 lb./A.(EC)
Pears
  Brown mite
  McDaniel spider mite
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(EC,WP)

0.25-0.5 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC),
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(WP)
Walnuts
  European red mite
0.25-0.37 lb./
100 gal. water
(EC,WP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply when
leaves start to show red and
yellow speckling.  Direct spray
to undersides of leaves.

Foliage application.  Apply when
leaves start to show red and
yellow speckling.  Direct spray
to undersides of leaves.

5.0 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.  When
treating young plants that do
not require broadcast treatment,
reduce dosage in proportion to
the area being treated.

5.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
5.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.  Do not
apply before second cover spray.
Foliage application.  Do not
apply before second cover spray.
For severe infestations, apply
twice 7-14 days apart.
0.2 ppm.
Do not apply after husks begin
to split nor exceed 4.0 ]b./A.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-E-6.3

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Site and Pest



ORNAMENTALS
(Lawns and Turf)

Grass

  Clover mite
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal. water
          (EC,WP)
(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

Carnations
  Carnation mite
  Carnation bud mite
  Twospotted spider mite
          0.225%(Pr.)
Chrys anthemums

  Cyclamen mite
  Privet mite
  Twospotted spider mite

Gladioli

  Twospotted spider
   mite
          0.225%(Pr.)
          0.225%(Pr.)
To control mite populations and
and prevent their migration to
adjoining buildings.  Apply as
a drenching spray.  Repeat in
7-10 days if needed.  Refer also
to treatment of shrubbery and
domestic dwellings.
Thoroughly treat plants.  Repeat
as needed.  Do not apply when
temperature exceeds 90F.  For-
mulated with 0,0-diethyl 0-(2-
isopropyl-6-methyl-4-pyrimidinyl)
phosphate; pyrethrins; and
piperonyl butoxide.
Refer to directions above for
Carnations.
Refer to directions above for
Carnations.
Issued:  7-30-73
            III-E-6.4

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    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
(Woody Shrubs, Trees, and Vines)

Shrubbery
  Clover mite
Arborvitae

  Spider mites
   (including spruce
   spider mite, two-
   spotted spider mite)
Azaleas

  Cyclamen mite
  Privet mite
  Southern red mite

  Twospotted spider
   mite
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal. water
          (EC,WP)
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal.  water
          (EC,WP)

          0.225%(Pr.)
          0.225%(Pr.)
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal.  water
          (EC.WP)

          0.225%(Pr.)
To control mite populations and
prevent their migration to
adjoining buildings.  Apply as
a drenching spray.  Repeat in
7-10 days if needed.  Refer also
to treatment of lawns and
domestic dwellings.
Foliage application.
                                            Thoroughly treat small plants
                                            and spot treat large ones.  Re-
                                            peat as needed.  Do not apply
                                            when temperature exceeds 90F.
                                            Formulated with 0,0-diethyl
                                            0- (2-isopropyl-6-methyl-4-
                                            pyrimidinyl) phosphate;
                                            pyrethrins; and piperonyl
                                            butoxide.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arborvitae.
Foliage application.
                                            Refer to Pr. directions above for
                                            Arboritae.
Issued:  7-30-73
            III-E-6.5

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                    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOR05ZILATE
Site and Pest
Boxwood

  Twospotted spider
   mite

Camellia
Dosage

actual



0.225%(Pr.)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Southern red mite       0.225%(Pr.)
Elm
  European red mite       0.225%(Pr.)
  Twospotted spider mite
Hawthorn

  Twospotted spider
   mite

Hemlock

  Spider mites
   (including spruce
   spider mite)

Holly

  Southern red mite
0.225%(Pr.)
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
0.25-0.37 lb./    Foliage application.
100 gal. water
(EC,WP)
0.25-0.37 lb./    Foliage application.
100 gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          0.225%(Pr.)
Juniper
  Spruce spider mite      0.225%(Pr.)
  Twospotted spider mite
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-E-6.6

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                    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE
Site and Pest



Locust

  European red mite


Oak

  Southern red mite


Pine

  Spruce spider mite


Poplar

  Clover mite


Rhododendron
  Southern red mite       0.225%(Pr.)
  Twospotted spider mite
Dosage

actual



0.225%(Pr.)




0.225%(Pr.)




0.225%(Pr.)




0.225%(Pr.)
Roses
  European red mite
  Southern red mite

  Twospotted spider
   mite
0.225%(Pr.)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
Refer to Pr. directions above for
Arboritae.
0.25 Ib./lOO      Foliage application.
gal. water(EC,WP)
                          0.225%(Pr.)
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
Spruce

  Spider mites
   (including spruce
   spider mite)
0.25-0.37 lb./    Foliage application.
100 gal. water
(EC.WP)
                          0.225%(Pr.)
                  Refer to Pr. directions above for
                  Arboritae.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-E-6.7

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Site and Pest
Taxus
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

    ETHYL 4,4'-DICHLOROBENZILATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
  Twospotted spider
   mite
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal. water
          (EC.WP)
Foliage application.
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS
COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS
(Areas Other Than Edible Products Areas)
Outdoor Areas
  Clover mite
          0.25-0.37 lb./
          100 gal. water
          (EC.WP)
Boats
                          0.01%(Pr.)
To control mite populations and
prevent their migration to
adjoining buildings.  Apply as
a drenching spray to lawns and
shrubbery within 10-15 feet of
buildings.  Also treat the
foundation and outside walls
to the height of the first floor
windows.  Repeat in 7-10 days
if needed.
                            Treat boats by spraying exterior
                            fittings and around all openings
                            such as around canvas tops, side
                            curtains, windows and hatches.
                            Treat docks by spraying all
                            hiding places such as undersides,
                            fenders, and cracks.  Wet sur-
                            faces and allow to dry without
                            wiping.  Formulated with
                            chlordane.
Issued:  7-30-73
            III-E-6.8

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                EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

                0-ETHYL S.S-DIPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  G
TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Corn
  Corn rootworms
   (larvae)
Corn
 (field)
 (sweet)
  Corn rootworms
   (larvae)
Dosage

actual
                                            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.02 ppm [corn grain, corn fodder
                  and forage, fresh corn including
                  sweet corn (kernels plus cob with
                  husk removed)].

0.75-1.05 Ib./A.  Row soil treatment.  Do not apply
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.9-1.2 oz./
1,000 linear
ft. of row(G)
                                            in the seed furrow.   Apply in a
                                            6- to 7-inch band over the row
                                            at planting time.  Incorporate into
                                            top 1/2 inch of soil immediately
                                            after application.  Use lower
                                            rate where attack is light and
                                            higher rate where attack is heavy.

                                            0.02 ppm [corn grain, corn fodder
                                            and forage, fresh corn including
                                            sweet corn (kernels plus cob with
                                            husk removed)].

                                            Row soil treatment.   Cultivation
                                            application.  Apply after planting
                                            up to lay-by.
                                            For young corn plantings, apply
                                            in a 6- to 7-inch band over the
                                            row.
                                            On older corn plantings, apply
                                            in 3- to 4-inch wide bands on
                                            each side of the row directing
                                            granules toward the base of
                                            the plants.
                                            Cover granules with 1/2 to 1
                                            inch of soil immediately
                                            after application.

*Ethoprop is now the acceptable common name to be used in the ingredient
 statement of pesticide labels.  This chemical presentation will be issued
 in the correct alphabetical sequence at a later date.
0.75-1.05 Ib./A.
(with 40-inch
row spacing)
      or
0.9-1.2 oz./
1,000 linear
ft. of row(G)
*Mocap
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-E-7.1
                                              Replaces page III-E-7
                                               issued 12-15-72

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Site and Pest
Tobacco
  Wireworms
EPA Compendium of Registered Pesticides

0-ETHYL S,S-DIPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
          2.0-2.25 Ib./A.
          (G)
                          6.0 Ib./A.
                          (with 42-inch
                          row spacing)
                               or
                          0.8 oz./lOO
                          linear ft. of
                          row(G)
                          6.0-8.0 Ib./A.
                          (G)
NF.

Broadcast soil treatment.  Apply
from two weeks before up to plant-
ing time.  Incorporate into top
2 to 4 inches of soil immediately
after application.

Row soil treatment.  For use after
fertilizer has been listed or bed-
ded.  Apply in an 18- to 24-inch
band over the row from one week
before up to planting time.  In-
corporate into top 4 to 6 inches
of soil immediately after appli-
cation.

Broadcast soil treatment.  For use
before fertilizer application.
Apply from one week before up to
planting time.  Incorporate into
top 3 to 4 inches of soil imme-
diately after application.  Use only
the treated soil for plant beds.
Issued:   7-30-73
            III-E-7.2

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                                 ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE


 PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  Tech; water-miscible; combinations with other fumigants

TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide
       USE
                  TOLERANCE
            DOSAGE
                          LEMTCATIOHS
  Soil Fumigation

  Asparagus
  Beans:
    Lima
  Broccoli
  Carrots
  Cauliflower
  Corn  (sweet)
                      (as
                   inorganic
                   bromides)
  10
  75
  75
(with or
 without
 tops)

  10
                      50
                    (sweet
                    corn and
                    sweet
                    corn
                    forage)
         Its.  actual/A.
60
               60
60
60
60
               60
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
            Allow 1-3 weeks  to lapse between time of
            application and  planting.
  Issued:   5-18-70
                 III-E-9.1

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                                ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
      USE
TOLERANCE
  (ppm)
DOSAGE
                                                           LIMITATIONS
Soil Fumigation
  (Continued)
Cotton
Cucumbers
Eggplant
Fruit tree sites
Lettuce
Melons
Okra
Parsnips
Peanuts
   (as
 inorganic
 bromides)

    25
 (cotton-
   seed)

    30
   NF
    30
    75
    50
    75
    25
 (peanuts
  only)
                            Ibs. actual/A.
                                 60
                                 60
   60


   60



   60


   60


   108

   60


   60


   56
              Allow 1-3 weeks  to  lapse between  time of
              application  and  planting.
              Allow 1-3 weeks  to  lapse between time of
              application  and  planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Preplanting soil treatment.  Allow 1-3
weeks to lapse between time of applica-
tion and planting.

Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Preplant application in muck soils only.

Allow 1-2 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.

Preplanting application only.  Peanut
vines and hulls from treated fields are
not suitable as feed for meat or lactat-
ing animals.  To avoid misuse of such
hay or hulls do not sell it to another
party or otherwise introduce it into
commerce.  Any forage crop grown on
treated soil should not be used as feed
for dairy animals or animals being
finished for slaughter until 2 years
after row treatment or 3 years after
overall treatments.
Issued:  1-30-70
                                   III-E-9.2

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                             ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm;

Soil Fumigation
(Continued)
Peppers

Pineapples

Potatoes






Squash (summer)

Strawberries

Sweetpotatoes

Tomatoes

(as
inorganic
bromides)
30

to

75






50

5

50

50

Ibs. actual/A.


60

60

90




60

60

60

60

60




Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time
of application and planting.
Allow 3 days to lapse between time of
application and planting.
For use only in Idaho and Wisconsin
where postharvest fumigation with methyl
bromide is not practiced . Apply in the
fall as a split application of 60 Ibs .
/A. followed in 10 days by 30 Ibs. /A.
Allow 1-2 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Allow 1-3 weeks to lapse between time of
application and planting.
Issued:  5-18-70
III-E-9.3

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                             ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)

Commod ity
Fumigation
Beans (string)

Bananas
(Cavandish)
Bitter melon

Cantaloupes

Cherries


Citrus

Corn


Cucumbers





Grai-> :

Barley
Corn
Oats
Popcorn
Rice
Rye
Wheat
(as
inorganic
bromides)
10

10

10

10

25 ppm
(total
bromides )
10

50


10

(organic
bromides
exempt on
these
grains )

50
50
50
50
50
50
50



1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpGO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
2 Ibs . /IpOO
cu. ft.

1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
9 Ibs./lpOO bu.
plus other
fumigants
1 lb./]pOO
cu. ft.




7.2 lbs./]pOO
bu . plus other
fumigants









Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.

Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .

Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.

Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .

Single application only. Expose to
fumigation for 2 hours.

Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .

No limitations.


Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.





No limitations .








Issued: 5-18-70
IIT-E-9.4

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                             ETHYLENE DIBROMIDE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE LIMITATIONS
(ppm)
Commod ity
Fumigation
(Continued )
Grain sorghum
Guavas
Honey comb
Litchi fruit
Litchi nuts
Mangoes
Oranges
Papayas
Peppers (bell)
Pineapple
Plums
Zucchini squash
(as
inorganic
bromides)
50
(organic
bromides
exempt )
10
NF
10
10
10
10
10
10
10
25 ppm
(total
bromides'
10

11 Ibs./lOOO
bu . plus other
fumigants
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1.5 Ibs./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.
2 Ibs./lpOO
cu. ft.
1 Ib./lpOO
cu. ft.

No limitations .
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Fumigation of stored comb and hives.
Expose of fumigation for 20 hours.
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours .
Single application only. Expose to
fumigation for 2 hours.
Expose to fumigation for 2 hours.
Issued:  5-18-70
III-E-9.5

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                              ETHYLENE  BICHLORIDE





PRINCIPAL FCRMUIAHCHS: Various formulations with other fumigating  ingredients




TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE DQQAGE IOMEIAIICHS
(HE/

Apples
Apricots
Beans (dry)
Cherries
Corn
(in shuck)
Grain :
Barley
Corn
Oats
Popcorn
Rice
Rye
Wheat
Nectarines
Peache s
Peanuts
Pears
Peas (dry)

NF
NF
NF
NF
Exempt

Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
Exempt
NF
NF
NF
NF
NF
gals /I, 000 bu.
0.25 Ibs./tree
0.25 Ibs./tree
6
0.25 Ibs./tree
12

7.5
0.25 Ibs./tree
0.25 Ibs./tree
6
0.25 Ibs./tree
6

Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Postharvest fumigation. Expose to
fumigation for 24 hours. No time
limitations .
Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Postharvest fumigation. Expose to
fumigation for 72 hours. No time
limitations .

Postharvest fumigation. No time
limitations .
Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Postharvest fumigation. Expose to
fumigation for 2k hours. No time
limitations .
Apply to trunk and lower branches .
Postharvest fumigation. Expose to
fumigation for 24 hours . No time
limitations .
  Issued:  5-31-69
III-E-10.1

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                              ETHYLEI'JE BICHLORIDE
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMTDATTOHS
(ppm)
Pecans
Plums
Sorghum (milo)

Agricultural
premises:
Mushroom
houses



NF
NF
Exempt



NF




0.25 Ibs./tree
0.25 Ibs./tree
8.5 gals./
1,000 bu.


S?.5$ spray

2 ozs. of 2.2$
dust/l>00 cu.
ft. of space
Apply to trunk and lower branches.
Apply to trunk and lower branches.
Postharvest fumigation. No time
limitations .


Apply by fog generators. Keep house
tightly closed for 2 hours.
Apply by duster. Keep house closed for
at least 2 hours.

Issued:  5-31-69
III-E-10.2

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                                 ETKYLENE OXIDE
PRINCIPAL FCRMULAHCHS:  Pr




TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide
USE TOLERANCE DOSAGE UMTEAHOrS
(Km)
Commodity
Fumigation:
Copra


Black Walnuts
Spices (whole



50


50
(meat)
50



2 applications
of 75 p.p.m.
each*
3 Ibs./H^OO cu.
ft.
0.21 Ibs./lOO
Ibs.


No limitations .


Expose to fumigation for 2k hours .
Expose to fumigation for 2k hours
in tight fumigation chamber.
  *Applications are made in ships'  holds while en route to U.S. ports of entry.



  Issued:  5-31-69                     III-E-11

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                            ETHYL FORMATE

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  S

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

GRAIN, BULK COMMODITIES, PROCESSED FOODS, AND FOOD CONTAINERS

(Stored Raw Agricultural Food and Feed Commodities)
Raisins

  Almond moth
  Confused flour beetle
  Driedfruit beetle
  Indian meal moth
  Raisin moth
  Sawtoothed
   grain beetle
Zante Currants

  Almond moth
  Confused flour beetle
  Driedfruit beetle
  Indian meal moth
  Raisin moth
  Sawtoothed
   grain beetle
4.0-7.0 ml.
98%/25 Ib. of
product(S)

5.0-7.0 ml.
98%/30 Ib. of
product(S)
5.0-7.0 ml.
98%/30 Ib. of
product(S)
5.0-7.0 ml.
98%/30 Ib. of
product(S)
250 ppm.

Apply in final packaging opera-
tion.
Apply in final packaging operation.
Use the 5 ml. rate during summer
months.  Use the 7 ml. rate during
winter months.

Apply in final packaging operation.
Use the 5 ml. rate during summer
months.  Use the 7 ml. rate during
winter months.

250 ppm.

Apply in final packaging operation.
Use the 5 ml. rate during summer
months.  Use the 7 ml. rate during
winter months.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-12

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHEN1LPHOSPHONOTHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, WP, G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

Almonds                                     0.5 ppm.
                                            21 day preharvest interval through
                                            2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

  Spider mites            0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
   (including             gal. water(EC,WP)
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite)

Apples                                      3.0 ppm.
                                            21 day preharvest interval through
                                            4.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                                            Do not use some products on
                                            Mclntosh or related varieties.

  Spider mites            0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
   (including             gal. water(EC,WP)
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Schoene spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite,
   Willamette mite)

  Fruittree leafroller    0.187/100 gal.    Foliage application.
                          water(EC,WP)
*EPN

Issued:  8-30-73            III-E-14.1

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE
Site and Pest



Apples  (continued)

  Codling moth
  Plum curculio
Apricots
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider
    mite,
   Willamette mite)

  Oriental fruit moth
  Plum curculio
  Cottony peach scale
   (crawlers)
  Lecanium scales
   (crawlers)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.
0.25-0.375/100    Foliage application.  Apply at
gal. water(EC,WP) petal fall and every 10-14 days
                  thereafter until control is
                  achieved.

                  3.0 ppm.
                  21 day preharvest interval through
                  3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage or trunk
                  applications.
                  A single application of up through
                  5.0 Ib./A. may be made at the time
                  flower buds begin to swell.
0.125-0.187/100
gal. water(EC)

5.0/A.(EC)
Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell against
European red mite.
0.25-0.375/100    Foliage application.  Apply at
gal. water(EC,WP) petal fall and every 10-14 days
                  thereafter until control is
                  achieved.
                          5.0/A.(EC)
0.312/100 gal.
water(EC.WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
For Oriental fruit moth, apply
once at the time flower buds begin
to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.2

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          0-ETHYL 0-fc-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Apricots  (continued)

  Lesser peach-
   tree borer
  Peachtree borer
  Olive scale
   (crawlers)
Beans
  Mexican bean beetle
  Twospotted spider
   mite
Cherries
0.312-0.75/100    Make applications during appear-
gal. water(EC,WP) ance of the moths in early to late
                  summer.  Apply 2 or 3 sprays to
                  trunk from ground to scaffold
                  limbs timed with moth flight.
0.625/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(with oil)
(WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite,
   Willamette mite)

  Fruittree leafroller
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.  Apply with
                                            1.5% light medium oil.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

3.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.125-0.5/A.(EC), Foliage application.  For Mexican
0.125-0.25/A.     bean beetles, make 2-4 applica-
(WP)              tions starting 5-7 days after
                  eggs are laid.

                  3.0 ppm.
                  21 day preharvest interval through
                  3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  A single application of up through
                  5.0 Ib./A. may be made at the time
                  flower buds begin to swell.

0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
gal. water(EC,WP)
5.0/A.(EC)
0.187/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell against
European red mite.

Foliage application.
                                            Apply once at the time flower
                                            buds begin to swell.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.3

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Cherries  (continued)

  Oriental fruit moth
  Plum curculio
  Lecanium scales
   (crawlers)
  Lesser peachtree
   borer
  Peachtree borer
  Olive scale
   (crawlers)
Citrus
  Citrus red mite
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations^
0.25-0.375/100    Foliage application.  Apply at
gal. water(EC,WP) petal fall and every 10-14 days
                  thereafter until control is
                  achieved.
                          5.0/A.(EC)
0.312/100 gal.
water(EC.WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.312-0.75/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
0.625/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(with oil)
(WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(WP)

0.5/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
For Oriental fruit moth, apply
once at the time flower buds begin
to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

Make applications during appear-
ance of the moths in early ro late
summer.  Apply 2 or 3 sprays to
trunk from ground to scaffold
limbs timed with moth flight.

Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.  Apply with
                                            1.3% light medium oil.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

3.0 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
10 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not use treated rinds for food
or feed.

Use restricted to Florida.
Foliage application.

Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.4

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Citrus  (continued)

  Fruittree leafroller
  Orange tortrix

  Orangeworm complex
  Citrus thrips
Corn
  Corn rootworms
   (adults)

  European corn borer
0.75-2.25/A.
(EC.WP)

1.25-1.5/A.
(EC,WP)
Foliage application.


Foliage application.
1.5-2.0/A.(EC.WP) Foliage application.  Apply for
                  outside coverage.

                  3.0 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.25-0.5/A.(EC)
0.25-0.5/A.
(EC.WP),
0.2-0.5/A.(G)
Foliage application.
protection of silks.
For
Foliage application.  Consult
your state Agricultural Experiment
Station for proper timing of
treatments.
For sweet corn, apply when 25%
of the plants show evidence of
leaf feeding.  Repeat at 5-day
intervals as needed.  From 1-3
treatments may be needed.  For
second brood, apply when eggs
begin to hatch.
For field corn, apply 10 days
after eggs hatch or when 75%
of plants have feeding damage
in the leaf whorls.  Repeat 7-
10 days later if new feeding
damage occurs.  For second brood,
apply when eggs begin to hatch.
For corn grown for seed, apply
when 25% of plants have feeding
damage in the leaf whorls.  Re-
peat in 7 days if new feeding
damage occurs.  For second brood,
apply at pollen shedding and
while plants are in the green
silk stage.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.5

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cotton
  Cotton fleahopper
  Cotton leafworm
  Spider mites
  Thrips
  Yellowstriped armyworm

  Boll weevil
  Bollworm
  Tobacco budworm
Grapes
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite,
   Willamette mite)

  Grape berry moth
0.312-0.438/A.
(EC)
0.5-1.0/A.(EC)
1.0/A.(EC)
0,5 ppm (cottonseed).
3 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply within 3 days of
hand picking.
Workers entering fields within 24
hours of application should wear
protective clothing.
Do not feed treated forage or
gin trash to livestock.

Foliage application.  Repeat at
4- to 5-day intervals.
Foliage application.  Apply when
plants are fruiting freely and
10-25% of the squares are punc-
tured.  Repeat at 5-day intervals.

Foliage application.  For bollworm,
apply when eggs and 4 or 5 lar-
vae per 100 terminals are found.
Repeat at 5-day intervals.

3.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
gal. water(EC,WP)
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
Foliage application.
Issued:   8-30-73
  III-E-14.6

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Nectarines
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider
    mite)

  Oriental fruit moth
  Plum curculio
  Cottony peach scale
   (crawlers)
  Lecanium scales
   (crswlers)
  Olive scale
Olives
  Cottony peach scale
   (crawlers)
  Lecanium scales
   (crawlers)
0.125-0.187/100
gal. water(EC)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
5.0/A.(EC)



0.312/100 gal.
water(EC)

5.0/A.(EC)


5.0/A.(EC)
0.312/100 gal.
water(WP)
3.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
A single application of up to 5.0
Ib./A. may be made at the time
flower buds begin to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell against
European red mite.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.

For Oriental fruit moth, apply
once at the time flower buds begin
to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

3.0 ppm.
Do not apply more than 12 Ib./A.
per application.
Do not apply after July 15.

Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.7

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Olives  (continued)
  Olive scale
Peaches
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider
    mite)

  Oriental fruit moth
  Plum curculio
  Cottony peach scale
   (crawlers)
  Lecanium scales
   (crawlers)
  Lesser peach-
   tree borer
  Peachtree borer
8.0-12/A.(EC),
0.625/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(with oil)
(WP)
0.125-0.187/100
gal. water(EC)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
                          5.0/A.(EC)
0.312/100 gal.
water(EC.WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.312-0.75/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage, application.  Apply with
                                            1.5% light medium oil.
3.0 ppm,
21 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
A single application of up through
5.0 Ib./A. may be made at the time
flower buds begin to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell against
European red mite.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.

For Oriental fruit moth, apply
once at the time flower buds
begin to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

Make applications during appear-
ance of the moths in early to late
summer.  Apply 2 or 3 sprays to
trunk from ground to scaffold
limbs timed with moth flight.
Issued:  8-30-73
  I1I-E-14.8

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Peaches  (continued)

  Olive scale
   (crawlers)
Dosage

Ib. actual
0.625/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(with oil)
(WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Pears
  Pear psylla
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Schoene spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite,
   Willamette mite)

  Fruittree leafroller
0,125/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

0.125-0.187/100
gal. water(EC,WP)
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.  Apply with
                                            1.5% light medium oil.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

3.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
4.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.


Foliage application.
  Codling moth
  Plum curculio
0.187/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water
(EC,WP)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.

Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.9

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use_,_ Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Pecans
  Spider mites
   (including
   Twospotted spider
    mite)

  Aphids
  Mites (other than
   spider mites)
  Pecan nut
   casebearer

  Hickory shuckworm
  Pecan weevil
  Fall webworm
  Walnut caterpillar
  May beetles
                  0.5 ppm.
                  21 day preharvest interval through
                  3.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not graze livestock in treated
                  groves.
                  Do not use in home plat.tings.
0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
gal. water(EC,WP)
0.375-0.5/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
0.42-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.5/100 gal.
water(WP)
0.42-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.5/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.42-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.5/100 gal.
water(WP)
Foliage application.  For pecan
nut casebearer, apply when tips
of small nuts begin to turn
brown and repeat in 7-10 days
if needed.

Foliage application.  For hickory
shuckworm, make first application
at time of shell hardening or
about August 10.  Repeat twice
at 2-week intervals.  This treat-
ment will also control the pecan
weevil.  If pecan weevil is the
only pest, apply only twice.
Make first application about
August 1-10 or when 6 or more
weevils can be jarred from a
single tree.  Make the second
application 10-14 days later.

Foliage application.  Apply while
caterpillars are small.
Foliage application.  Apply when
beetles appear in the spring.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.10

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Pecans  (continued)

  Pecan twig girdler
  Southern green
   stink bug
Plums
Prunes
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider
    mite)

  Eyespotted bud moth
  Oriental fruit moth
  Plum curculio
  Cottony peach scale
   (crawlers)
  Lecanium scales
   (crawlers)
  Lesser peach-
   tree borer
  Peachtree borer
Issued:  8-30-73
0.42-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.5/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.42-0.5/100
gal. water(EC),
0.5/100 gal.
water(WP)
0.125-0.187/100
gal. water(EC)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.187/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

0.25-0.375/100
gal water
(EC.WP)
                          5.0/A.(EC)
0.312/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
0.312-0.75/100
gal. water
(EC.WP)
  III-E-14.11
Foliage application.  Make 3
applications at 2-week intervals
beginning when damage appears.
Foliage application.
3.0 ppm (plums, fresh prunes).
21 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
A single application of up through
5.0 Ib./A. may be made at the time
flower buds begin to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell against
European red mite.
Foliage application.
on prunes only.
For use
Foliage application.  Apply at
petal fall and every 10-14 days
thereafter until control is
achieved.

For Oriental fruit moth, apply
once at the time flower begin
to swell.

Foliage application.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.

Make applications during appear-
ance of the moths in early to late
summer.  Apply 2 or 3 sprays to
trunk from ground to scaffold
limbs timed with moth flight.

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

Plums
Prunes
 (continued)
  Olive scale
   (crawlers)
Soybeans
  Corn earworm
Sugar beets
  Sugarbeet webworm
Tomatoes
  Leafminers (including
   serpentine
   leafminers)
  Potato aphid
  Southern armyworm
  Tomato fruitworm
  Tomato russet mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.625/100 gal.
water(WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(with oil)
(WP)

5.0/A.(EC)
1.0/A.(EC)
Foliage application.
                                            Foliage application.  Apply with
                                            1.5% light medium oil.
Apply once at the time flower
buds begin to swell.
0.05 ppm (soybeans).
Do not graze livestock or feed
forage from fields treated with
up through 1.0 Ib./A. within 21
days after last application.

Foliage application.  Apply when
counts show one earworm per three
feet of row.  Repeat as needed.

3.0 ppm (roots).
21 day preharvest interval through
1.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

Foliage application.

3.0 ppm.
3 day preharvest interval through
0.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
21 day preharvest interval from
above 0.25 through 1.0 Ib./A.
Foliage application.
0.125-1.0/A.(EC), Foliage application.  Repeat at
0.125-0.25/A.     7- to 10-day intervals as needed.
(WP)
1.0/A.(EC)
Issued:   8-30-73
  III-E-14.12

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          0-ETHYL 0-(p-NITROPHENYL) PHENYLPHOSPHONOTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Walnuts
                  0.5 ppm.
                  21 day preharvest interval through
                  3.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not graze livestock in treated
                  groves.
  Spider mites
   (including
   European red mite,
   Pacific spider mite,
   Twospotted spider mite)

  Fruittree leafroller
0.125-0.187/100   Foliage application.
gal. water(EC,WP)
  Codling moth
  Walnut aphid
0.187/100 gal.
water(EC.WP)

0.25/100 gal.
water(EC,WP)
Foliage application.
Foliage application.  For codling
moth, apply at petal fall and
every 10-14 days thereafter until
control is achieved.
URBAN AND RURAL OUTDOOR AREAS (PUBLIC HEALTH)

For use only by mosquito abatement district personnel, public health
officials, and other trained personnel of public mosquito control programs.
Outdoor Areas
  Mosquitoes
0.05-0.I/A.(EC)
Apply when needed in 0.5-25 gal-
lons of water per acre.  Use
higher dosage rate in areas with
mosquitoes resistant to organic
phosphates.  Hand-operated or
power-driven ground sprayers or
aircraft may be used.  Shrimp and
crab in treated areas may be
killed.  Do not apply where these
are important resources.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-14.13

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                    0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

                               (an organophosphate)
Other name:  Dyfonate

Empirical formula:  C10H15OPS2                     Molecular weight:  246.3

                           Structural formula
                           C,H,-0 P- S->
Purity: 95% (technical)             Color: Light yellow or amber

Physical state: Liquid              Odor: Pugent, mercaptan-like

Density:                            Specific gravity:  1.16 at 25/25 C.

Vapor pressure: 2.1 x 10   mm.      Boiling point: 130 C. at 0.1 mm. Hg
      Hg at 25 C.                    100 C. at 0.3 mm. Hg

Flammability : Tag. open cup         Melting point:
      flash point 355 F.

Corrosive action:

Solubility: Practically insoluble in water (13 ppm at 21 C., 34 ppm at
40 C.).  Miscible with kerosene, methyl isobutyl ketone, xylene, acetone
and ethanol.

Remarks:  Stable under normal conditions.  Stable to heat.  No decomposi-
tion after storage at 100C. for 16 hours.  Subject to hydrolytic decom-
position in water at high pH.  Stable to light.
 Issued:  11-14-72                 III-E-15.a

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             0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

Representative Labeling for an Emulsifiable Concentrate Formulation

                         BRAND NAME

Active Ingredients:  0-ethyl S-phenyl ethylphosphonodithioate	44.6%
                    petroleum hydrocarbon solvent	44.9%

Inert Ingredients;  	10.5%

Precautionary Labeling;

          POISON!  DANGER:  (skull and crossbones)  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
          CHILDREN.

          Poisonous if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin.
          Rapidly absorbed through the skin.  Do not get in the eyes, on
          skin, or on clothing.  Do not breathe spray mist.

          Wear a mask or respirator of a type passed by the U.S. Bureau of
          Mines for parathion protection.

          Wear rubber gloves, protective clothing, and goggles.

          Wash hands, arms, and face thoroughly with soap and water after
          handling and before eating or smoking.  Routinely shower or bathe
          after work and wash all clothing with soap and hot water before
          reusing.  In case of contact, immediately remove contaminated
          clothing and wash thoroughly with soap and water.

          Not for use or storage in or around the home.

          Do not contaminate feed and food.

          POISON  SYMPTOMS:  This product is a highly toxic cholinesterase
          inhibitor.  Symptoms include headache, blurred vision, weakness,
          nausea, discomfort in the chest, abdominal cramps, vomiting,
          diarrhea, salivation, sweating, and pinpoint pupils.  Always call
          a physician in case of suspected poisoning.  Atropine is anti-
          dotal.

          Disposal precautions:  Rinse spray equipment.  Perforate empty
          metal containers.  Bury liquid waste and empty containers in a
          safe place, away from water supplies.
 Issued:  11-14-72              III-E-15.b

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              0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

Antidote and First Aid Treatment:  If victim has stopped breathing, immedi-
          ately remove from contaminated area, then start artificial
          respiration, preferably by mechanical means.  If swallowed, and
          victim is conscious, induce vomiting immediately.  Give table-
          spoon of salt in glass of warm water.  Repeat until vomit fluid
          is clear.  Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person.
          Have victim lie down and keep quiet.  If inhaled, remove patient
          from contaminated area.  For skin, in case of contact, remove
          contaminated clothing and immediately wash skin thoroughly with
          soap and water.  Avoid abrading the skin.  For eyes, in case of
          contact, flush immediately with water for at least 15 minutes.

Note to Physician:  Initial measures include removal of secretions, mainte-
          nance of a patent airway, and if necessary, artificial respiration.
          When cyanosis is relieved, atropine may be administered in large
          therapeutic doses, repeated as necessary to the point of toler-
          ance.  If symptoms warrant further treatment, protopam chloride
          (pralidoxime chloride, 2-PAM chloride) has shown utility as
          adjunctive therapy.  Never use morphine.  Continued absorption
          of the poison may occur, resulting in a fatal relapse after
          initial improvement; very close supervision of the patient is
          indicated for at least 48 to 72 hours.

Wildlife Precautions:  This product will kill fish and wildlife.  Keep out
          of lakes, ponds, and streams.  Birds feeding on treated areas
          may be killed.  Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equip-
          ment or disposal of wastes.

Directions for Use:  Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.   (Directions must spec-
          ify the use for which the product is intended and must be adequate
          to protect the public.)


EPA Registration No.                                      Net Contents

                Manufacturer's Name and Address:
 Issued:   11-14-72              III-E-15.C

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               0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

 Representative Labeling for a Granular Formulation

                              BRAND NAHE

 Active Ingredient:

           0-ethyl S-phenyl ethylphosphonodithioate	20%

 Inert Ingredients;	 .80%

 Precautionary Labeling:

           POISON.' DANGER: (skull and crossbones)  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF
           CHILDREN.
           Poisonous  if swallowed, inhaled, or absorbed through the skin.
           Do not get in eyes, on skin, or on clothing.  Do not breathe
           dust.

           Wear a mask or respirator of a type passed by the U.S. Bureau of
           Mines for  parathion or methyl parathion protection.  Wear rubber
           gloves, protective clothing and goggles.  Wash hands, arms, and
           face thoroughly with soap and water after handling and before
           eating or  smoking.  Routinely shower or bathe after work and wash
           all clothing with soap and hot water before reusing.  In case of
           contact, immediately remove contaminated clothing and wash  thor-
           oughly with soap and water.

           Not for use or storage in or around the home.

           Do not contaminate feed and food.

           Disposal precautions:  Completely empty the contents of bag and
           bury unused chemical at least 18 inches deep in an isolated
           location away from water supplies.  Burn bag immediately and stay
           out of smoke.

 Antidote and First Aid Treatment:  If victim has stopped breathing,
          immediately remove from contaminated area, then start artificial
          respiration, preferably by mechanical means.

          If swallowed and victim is conscious, induce vomiting immediately.
          Give tablespoon of salt in glass of warm water.  Repeat until
          vomit fluid is clear.  Never give anything by mouth to an uncon-
          scious person.  Have victim lie down and keep quiet.  If inhaled,
          remove patient from contaminated area.  For skin, in case of
          contact, remove contaminated clothing and immediately wash skin
          thoroughly  with soap and water.  Avoid abrading the skin.  For
          eyes, in case of contact, flush immediately with water for at
          least 15 minutes.
Issued:  11-14-72                 III-E-15.d

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                0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

          POISON SYMPTOMS:  This product is a highly toxic cholinesterase
          inhibitor.   Symptoms include:  Headache,  blurred vision, weakness,
          nausea, discomfort in chest, vomiting, abdominal cramps, diarrhea,
          salivation, sweating, and pinpoint pupils.  Always call a physi<-
          cian in cases of suspected  poisoning.

Note to Physician:  ATROPINE IS ANTIDOTAL.   Initial measures include remov-
          al of secretions, maintenance of  a patent airway, and,  if necess-*
          ary, artifical respiration.   When cyanosis is relieved, atropine
          may be administered in large therapeutic  doses, repeated as
          necessary to the point of tolerance.  2-PAM is also antidotal and
          may be administered in conjunction with atropine.  Never use mor-
          phine.  Continued absorbtion of the poison may occur, resulting
          in a fatal relapse after initial  improvement; very close super-
          vision of the patient is indicated for at least 48 to 72 hours.

Wildlife Precautions:  This product will kill fish  and wildlife.   Keep out
          of lakes, ponds, and streams.  Birds feeding on treated areas
          may be killed,

Directions for Use:  Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.   (Directions  must
          specify the use for which the product is  intended and must be
          adequate to protect the public.)
EPA Registration No.                                       Net Contents


                 Manufacturer's Name and Address:
 Issued:  11-14-72         III~F-15.e

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              0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE

 Representative Labeling for a Granular Formulation

                            BRAND NAME

 Active Ingredient:

           0-ethyl S-phenyl ethylphosphonodithioate .................... 10%

 Inert Ingredients : [[[ 90%

 Precautionary Labeling:

           WARNING!  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

           Harmful or fatal if swallowed.  Skin contact or inhalation of
           dusts may be harmful.  Do not get on skin, in eyes, or on cloth-
           ing.  Avoid breathing dust.  Wear gloves when handling.  In case
           of contact, wash immediately with soap and water.  Always wash
           thoroughly after handling.

           Disposal precautions:  Completely empty the contents of bag and
           bury unused chemical at least 18 inches deep in an isolated
           location away from water supplies.  Burn bag immediately and stay
           out of smoke.

 Wildlife Precautions;  This product will kill fish and wildlife.  Keep out
           of lakes, ponds, and streams.  Birds feeding on treated areas
           may be killed.

 Directions for Use :  Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
           all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must
           specify the use for which the product is intended and must be
           adequate to protect the public.)
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               0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Do not use or store in or around the home.  Do not apply or allow to
      drift onto areas occupied by unprotected humans, beneficial animals,
      or onto adjoining food, fiber, or pasture crops.

      Broadcast application should be mixed (incorporated) into the soil to
      a depth of 2 to 3 inches unless otherwise specified.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Asparagus
  Garden symphylan
Beans
 (green and dry except
  lima beans)

  Garden symphylan
  Wireworms
Beets

  Cabbage maggot
  Garden symphylan
Dosage

Ib. actual/A.
3.0-10(G)
2.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
2.0(G)

4.0(G)
2.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
2.0(G)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.5 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
10 Ib./A.  Broadcast application.

Use restricted to California.
Broadcast soil treatment.   Incor-
porate into soil.

0.1 ppm  (except lima beans).
Do not feed bean forage to
livestock.

Preplant broadcast soil treat-
ment .   Incorporate into soil by
discing.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment.
Incorporate into top 2-3 inches of
soil.

0.1 ppm.

Preplant broadcast soil treat-
ment.   Incorporate into soil by
discing.
*Dyfonate

Issued:  12-14-73
  III-E-15.1
  Replaces page issued 7-30-73

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     Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual/A.
     Broccoli
     Brussels sprouts
     Cabbage
     Cauliflower

       Cabbage maggot
       Garden symphylan
       Cabbage maggot
     Corn
2.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC)
2.0
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                   0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE
     Site and Pest
     Corn   (continued)

       Garden  symphylan
       Seed corn beetle
       Seed corn maggot
      Wireworms
    Mint
       (peppermint and
       spearmint)

       Garden  symphylan
**
    Onions  (bulb)

       Onion maggot
2.0-4.0/20-50
gal. water(EC),
2.0(G)

0.75-1.0(G)
4.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
4.0(G)
2.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
2.0(G)
l.O(EC.G)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Preplant broadcast soil treat-
ment.  Incorporate into soil by
discing.

Use restricted to central and
mid western corn growing areas.
Row application.  Apply in 6- to
8-inch band over corn rows 38 to
40 inches apart.  Incorporate
into top 1/2 to 1 inch of soil.

Preplant broadcast soil treat-
ment.  Incorporate into soil by
discing.

0.1 ppm (mint and mint hay).
Preplant broadcast soil treatment
or apply prior to spring growth.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
Do not apply within 14 days of
Sinbar application.

0.1 ppm.

Apply as a furrow treatment at
time of seeding.  Dosage is based
upon a 20-inch row spacing.  Use
EC on organic soils only (soils
containing 10% or more organic
matter).
     Issued:   7-31-74
  III-E-15.2.1
  Replaces page issued 7-30-73

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               0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE
Site and Pest
Peanuts
  Burrowing bug
Dosage

Ib. actual/A.



1.0-2.0(G)
                          2.0(G)
  Lesser cornstalk
   borer
  Rootworms
2.0(G)
Potatoes

  Garden symphylan
  Wireworms
Radishes

  Cabbage jnaggot
  Garden symphylan
2.0-4.0/20-50
gal. water(EC),
2.0-4.0(G)
2.0(G)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm (peanuts and hay).

Use restricted to Texas.  Apply
in an 18-inch band over rows
36 inches apart.  Apply up
to 30 days after pegging begins
and incorporate lightly into
the soil with 1-2 inches of
water.

Use. restricted to Texas.
Broadcast soil treatment.  Apply
up to 30 days after pegging
begins and incorporate lightly
into the soil with 1-2 inches
of water.

Apply in a 14-inch band over
rows 32 inches or more apart.
Apply just prior to pegging
and incorporate lightly into
soil.

Apply in an 18-inch band over
rows 36 inches apart.  Apply just
prior to pegging and cultivate
lightly into soil.

0.1 ppm.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment,
Incorporate into soil by discing.
0.1 ppm.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment,
Incorporate into soil by discing.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-E-15.3
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                   0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE
    Site and Pest



    Strawberries

      Garden symphylan



    Sugar beets

      Garden symphylan
Dosage

Ib. actual/A.
2.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
2.0(G)
2.0-4.0/20-50
gal. water(EC),
2.0(G)
**    Sugarbeet root maggot   1.0-1.5 (G)
      Wireworms



    Sugarcane

      Wireworms
    Sweetpotatoes

      Wireworms
4.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC),
4.0CG)
4.0(EC,G)
2.0(G)
                              4.0(G)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
0.1 ppm (roots and tops).

Preplant broadcast soil treatment.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
Use restricted to Colorado and
the Northwest United States
sugar beet growing area.  At
planting band application.
Apply in a 7-inch band over sugar
beet rows 22 inches or more apart.
Incorporate lightly into the soil.
Do not place in direct contact
with the seed.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
0.1 ppm.

Apply in 14-inch band on cane
rows 60 inches apart.  Apply over
the top of sugarcane seed pieces
immediately ahead of covering discs.

0.1 ppm.

Use restricted to the Southeastern
United States.  Preplant broadcast
soil treatment.  Incorporate into
soil by discing.

For use in all areas of the United
States except for the Southeast.
Preplant broadcast soil treatment.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
     Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-15.4
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                   0-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE
    Site and Pest
    Tobacco

**    Corn wireworm
      Southern potato
       wireworm
      Tobacco wireworm
Dosage

Ib. actual/A.
1.0/20-50 gal.
water(EC)
**    Wireworms
    ORNAMENTALS
     (Lawns and Turf)
1.0-2.0/20-50
gal. water(EC),
1.0-2.0(G)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
NF.

For use on flue-cured tobacco
only.  Preplant broadcast soil
treatment prior to bedding and
transplanting.  Incorporate into
soil to a depth of 6 inches by
discing and bed up immediately.
Formulated with S-propyl butyl=
ethylthiocarbamate.

Preplant broadcast soil treatment
prior to bedding and transplanting.
Incorporate into soil by discing.
                              3.0-4.0/A.(G)
                  Use restricted to the Southeastern
                  United States.  Limited to use by
                  commercial applicators and turf
                  management personnel.  Do not
                  prewater turf area.  Thoroughly
                  water treated area for 10-15
                  minutes immediately after treat-
                  ment.  Retreat as needed.
    Issued:  7-31-74
  III-E-15.5
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       S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, S, G, Pr.

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

       General Warnings and Limitations

       Birds feeding on treated areas may be killed.
       Do not apply where runoff will occur.

       Bee caution:  This product is toxic  to bees and  should not be
       applied when bees are actively visiting area.

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

AGRICULTURAL CROPS

Apply  EC in amount of water to give complete coverage  of  foliage, but  in
no case use less than one gallon of water  per acre.

Alfalfa                                     5.0 ppm  (green forage).
                                            11.0 ppm (hay, chaff).
                                            21 day preharvest  interval for
                                            hay, forage or seed through 0.5
                                            Ib./A.   Foliage application.
                                            Chaff from seed crop may be used
                                            for feed or forage.

  Aphids                  0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage  application.
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips

  Lygus bugs              0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Use restricted to  California.
                                            Foliage  application.

Blackberries                                1.0 ppm.
                                            14 day preharvest  interval through
                                            2.25 Ib./A.   Foliage application.
                                            Do not apply  more  than once per
                                            season.

  Aphids                  0.25-0.375/100    Foliage  application.  Apply up
  Mites                   gal. water(EC)    to 600 gallons of  dilute spray
                                            per acre.
*oxydemetonmethyl

Issued:  8-30-73            III-E-16.1

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Site and Pest
Broccoli
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  1.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval througn
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids

Brussels sprouts
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  3 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids

Cabbage
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids

Cantaloupes

      Refer to Melons.

Cauliflower
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids

Citrus (nonbearing)

  Aphids
  Texas citrus mite
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.

                  NF.
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
Foliage application.  Do not
to trees that will bear fruit
within the next 12 months.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.2

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Clover
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips

  Lygus bugs
Corn
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips

Cotton
  Aphids
  Mites

  Lygus bugs
                  5.0 ppm (green forage).
                  11.0 ppm (hay, chaff).
                  21 day preharvest interval for
                  hay, forage or seed through 0.5
                  Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Chaff from seed crop may be used
                  for feed or forage.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Use restricted to California.
                  Foliage application.

                  0.5 ppm (in or on corn grain,
                  fresh corn including sweetcorn
                  [kernels plus cob with husk
                  removed]).
                  3.0 ppm (fodder and forage).
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  for fodder, forage or
                  grain.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than once per
                  season.

0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  0.1 ppm (cottonseed).
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than three times
                  per season.
                  Do not graze treated areas or feed
                  gin trash to dairy or meat animals.

0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Use restricted to California.
                  Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16,3

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Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual
Cucumbers
                  1.0 ppm.
                  No preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than twice per
                  season.
  Aphids
  Mites

Eggplant
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
  Aphids
  Mites

Fruit trees  (nonbearing)
 (including
 Apples,
 Apricots,
 Cherries,
 Crabapples,
 Nectarines,
 Peaches,
 Plums,
 Prunes,
 Quince)

  Aphids
  Mites
Grapes  (nonbearing)

  Aphids
  Mites
0.5/A.(EC)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.

Foliage application.
                  NF.
Foliage application.  Repeat as
needed.  Do not apply to trees
that will bear fruit within the
next 12 months.

NF.

Foliage application.  Repeat as
needed.  Do not apply to vines
that will bear fruit within the
next 12 months.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.4

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Grapefruit
Lemons
Dosage

Ib. actual
  Aphids
  Texas citrus mite

Lettuce (head)
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids
  Mites

Melons (excluding
  watermelons)

      Refer to Watermelons
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  0.3 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than 3 times
                  per season.
  Aphids
  Mites

Oranges
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
  Aphids
  Texas citrus mite
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
7.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.5

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Pears
  Aphids
  Mites

Peppers
  Aphids

Plums
  Aphids
  Mites

Potatoes
  Aphids
  Flea beetles
  Leafhoppers

Prunes
  Aphids
  Mites
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.5/A.(EC)
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.3 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
3.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than once per
season.

Foliage application.
0.75 ppm.
No preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.

1.0 ppm.
35 day preharvest interval through
2.0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.
                  0.1 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.

0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.  Repeat as
                  needed.
                  1.0 ppm.
                  35 day preharvest interval through
                  2,0 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than twice per
                  season.
0.25/100 gal.
water(EC)
Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.6

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Pumpkin
  Aphids

Raspberries
  Aphids
  Mites
Squash (summer)
  Aphids

Squash (winter)
  Aphids

Strawberries
  Aphids
  Mites
Dosage

Ib. actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  0.3 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than once per
                  season.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.25-0.375/100
gal. water(EC)
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
2.25 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than once per
season.

Foliage application.  Apply up
to 600 gallons of dilute spray
per acre.

1.0 ppm.
1 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than once per
season.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
                  0.3 ppm.
                  14 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than once per
                  season.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.375-0.75/A.
(EC)
1.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.
Issued:   8-30-73
  III-E-16.7

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib.  actual
Sugarbeets
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites

Turnips
0.375-0.75/A.
(EC)
  Aphids
  Mites

Watermelons
  Aphids
  Mites

Walnuts
  Aphids
  Mites
0.375-0.75/A.
(EC)
0.3 ppm (beets).
0.5 ppm (tops).
30 day preharvest interval through
0.75 Ib./A. for beets and tops.
Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3 times
per season.

Foliage application.
0.3 ppm (roots).
1.0 ppm (tops).
7 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A. for roots.  Foliage
application.
28 day preharvest interval through
0.5 Ib./A. for tops.  Foliage
application.
Do not apply more than twice per
season.

Foliage application.
                  0.3 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  0.5 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Do not apply more than twice per
                  season.
0.375-0.5/A.(EC)  Foliage application.
0.375/100 gal.
water(EC)
0.3 ppm.
30 day preharvest interval through
0.375 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than once per
season.

Foliage application.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.8

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

ORNAMENTALS

Do not handle treated plants until spray deposit has dried.

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

For mixtures formulated with dimethyl (2,2,2-trichloro-l-hydroxyethyl)
phosphonate, injury has been observed on certain varieties of carnations
and zinnias.  Treat only a few plants and observe 4-5 days before
treating the entire planting.
Chrysanthemums

  Aphids (including
   melon aphid)
  Mites (including
   twospotted spider
   mite)
  Thrips

Dahlias

  Mites (including
   twospotted spider
   mite)
0.187/50 gal.
water(EC)
0.187/50 gal.
water(EC)
Soil drench for potted plants.
Apply 1/2 cup per 6-8 inch pot,
Repeat as needed.
Soil drench for potted plants.
Apply 1/2 cup per 6-8 inch pot.
Repeat as needed.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.9

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          S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL]  0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

    Site and Pest             Dosage             Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                              Ib.  actual

    Flowering plants
     (including
     Ajuga
     Aster
     Calendula
     Chrysanthemum
     Dahlia
     Fuchsia
     Pansies
     Petunia
     Salvia
     Snapdragon)
      Aphids
      Leafhoppers
      Mites
      Thrips
      Whiteflies
0.375/100 gal.
water(EC),
1.5 tsp. 2 Ib./
gal.(EC)/gal.
water

2 tbsp. 2%/
gal. water(EC)
                              2 tbsp.
                              0.5 Ib./gal.
                              (EC)/gal. water
                              0.4%(Pr.)
Foliage application.  Repeat as
needed.
Foliage application.  Formulated
with methoxychlor and 2,4-dinitro-
6-octyl phenyl crotonate;2,6-
dinitro-4-octyl phenyl crotonate;
and nitrooctylphenols (principally
dinitro).

Foliage application.  Not for
use in greenhouses.  Formulated
with dimethyl  (2,2,2-trichloro-
l-hydroxyethyl)phosphonate.

Foliage application.  Hold con-
tainer 18 inches from plants when
treating.  Do not apply when
temperature is above 90F., when
foliage is wet, or in direct
sunlight.  Formulated with
2,4-dinitro-6-octyl phenyl
crotonate;2,6-dinitro-4-octyl
phenyl crotonate; and nitrooctyl-
phenols (principally dinitro).
    Issued:  3-29-74
  III-E-16.10
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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib.  actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Flowering plants  (continued)
  Aphids
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Whiteflies
4-8/12,000 ft.
of row,
1 tbsp./4 sq.
ft.(G)
Preplant treatment.  Broadcast
over seedbed and work into the
soil.        -or-
At planting treatment.  Apply in
furrow or as a band over the row.
Work into soil and water thor-
oughly,      -or-
For established plants, broadcast
uniformly, and work into the soil,
Do not plant edible crops in
treated soil at any time during
the same season.
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)
For mixtures formulated with dimethyl (2,2,2-trichloro-l-hydroxyethyl)
  phosphonate, injury has been observed on Royal purple smoke trees.
  Flowering cherry, flowering crab apple and hawthorne may also be
  injured with some of the mixtures formulated with dimethyl (2,2,2-
  trichloro-l-hydroxyethyl) phosphonate.
Treat only one or two branches of a plant and observe 4-5 days before
  treating the entire plant.

Christmas trees
 (grown under
 cultivation)
  Aphids
  Mites
0.25-0.375/100
gal, water(EC)
  Pine needle scale
0.5-1.5/100
gal.  water(EC)
Apply 200-300 gallons per acre.
For concentrate application
equipment, do not apply required
amount of active ingredient per
acre in less than one gallon per
acre.
Do not apply by aircraft or with
mist-type ground equipment.

Refer to aphids and mites.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.11

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE
Site and Pest
Dosage

Ib.  actual
Christmas trees  (continued)
  Sitka spruce weevil
  White pine weevil
Cuban laurel
  Cuban laurel thrips
1.0%(EC)
0.125/50 gal.
water(EC),
1 tsp.  2 Ib./
gal.(EC)/gal.
water

0.312/50 gal.
water(EC),
2.5 tsp. 2 Ib./
gal.(EC)/gal.
water
                          0.4%(Pr.)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply 2-4 gallons of spray per
acre.  Do not apply by aircraft
or with mist-type ground equip-
ment.
Soil drench for plants in con-
tainers.  Apply 1 quart for each
5 gallons of plant container
capacity.
Soil drench for established trees
where basin method of irrigation
is used.  Apply 4 gallons per
inch of trunk diameter.  Keep
children and pets away from
basin until material has soaked
into the soil.

Foliage application.  Hold con-
tainer 18 inches from plants when
treating.  Do not apply when
foliage is wet or in direct sun-
light.
Formulated with 2,4-dinitro-6=
octylphenyl crotonate;2,6-dinitros
4-octyl phenyl crotonate; and
nitrooctylphenols (principally
dinitro).
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.12

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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance,  Use,  Limitations

                          Ib.  actual
Douglas fir

  Cone moths
Elm
  Elm leaf beetle
Rose
  Aphids (including
   rose aphid)
0.15 ml./
injector unit
(S)
0.15 ml./
injector unit
(S)
0.187/50 gal.
water(EC),
1.5 tsp. 2 Ib./
gal.(EC)/gal.
water
Use restricted to Arizona, Cali-
fornia, Nevada, Oregon and Wash-
ington.  For use by commercial
applicators only.  Government
and private applicator organiza-
tions must be approved by the
basic producer.  Apply to trees
with a heavy current cone crop
during or shortly after eggs are
deposited.  Apply units at 5-6
inch intervals around trunk 4
to 4 1/2 feet above the soil and
at least 6 feet below branching
of the trunk.  In cases of short
trunks, treat scaffold limbs on
the same basis.
Sterilize the insertion tool
before treating subsequent trees.
Do not inject trees less than 2
inches in diameter.  Do not inject
trees within 2 weeks of any other
spray or soil treatment.  Do not
treat trees that are suffering
from lack of moisture, herbicide
damage or other stress factor.
Refer to Douglas fir above.  Apply
after eggs are deposited and not
after severe loss of foliage.
Soil drench for potted plants.
Apply 1/2 cup per 6-8 inch pot.
Repeat as needed.
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.13

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           S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

      Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                               Ib. actual

      Shrubs
      Trees
      Vines
       (including
      Acacia
      Alder
      Aralia
      Arborvitae
      Aucuba
      Azalea
      Birch
      Boxwood
      Camellia
      Cuban laurel
      Cypress
               Dogwood
               Gardenia
               Elm
               Ficus
               Fir
               Flowering crab
                apple
               Flowering peach
               Flowering plum
               Forsythia
Hawthorn
Heather
Hibiscus
Holly
Ivy
Juniper
Liliac
Locust
Magnolia
Maple
Oak
Oleander
Pine
Rhododendron
Rose
Spirea
Spruce
Taxus
Viburnum
Weigela)
                               0.25-0.375/100
                               gal. water(EC)
Aphids (including
 melon aphid,
 rose aphid)
Birch leafminer
Cuban laurel thrips
Holly leafminer complex
Leafhoppers
Mites (including
 twospotted spider mite)
Thrips                  2 tbsp. 0.5 Ib./
Whiteflies              gal.(EC)/gal.
                        water

                        2 tbsp. 2%/gal.
                        water(EC)
                               0.5-5/tree(G)
          Foliage application.  Apply 200-
          300 gallons per acre.  For con-
          centrate application equipment,
          do not apply required amount of
          active ingredient per acre in less
          than one gallon per acre.
          Do not apply by aircraft or with
          mist-type ground equipment.

          Foliage application.  Formulated
          with dimethyl (2,2,2-trichloro-
          l-hydroxyethyl)phosphonate.

          Foliage application.  Formulated
          with methoxychlor and 2,4-dinitro=
          6-octylphenyl crotonate;2,6-
          dinitro-4-octyl phenyl crotonate;
          and nitrooctylphenols (principally
          dinitro).

          Apply 1/2 pound per inch of tree
          diameter.  Broadcast uniformly
          around plant from trunk out to
          the drip line.  Work into  the
          soil and water thoroughly.
     Issued:  3-29-74
                          III-E-16.14
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      S-[2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL] 0,0-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE

Site and Pest             Dos_ag_e            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          Ib. actual

Shrubs  (continued)
Trees
Vines
  Aphids
  Birch leafminer
  Cuban laurel thrips
  Holly leafminers
  Leafhoppers
  Mites
  Thrips
  Whiteflies
   (continued)
  Pine needle scale
0.4%(Pr.)
0.5-1.5/100
gal. water(EC)
  Sitka spruce weevil
  White pine weevil
(Greenhouse Plants)
1.0%(EC)
Foliage application.  Hold con-
tainer 18 inches from plants when
treating.  Do not apply when
temperature is above 90F., when
foliage is wet or in direct sun-
light.
Formulated with 2,4-dinitro-6=
octyl phenyl crotonate;2,6-dinitro-
4-octyl phenyl crotonatejand
nitrooctylphenols (principally
dinitro).

Apply 200-300 gallons per acre.
For concentrate application equip-
ment, do not apply required amount
of active ingredient per acre in
less than one gallon per acre.
Do not apply by aircraft or with
mist-type ground equipment.

Apply 2-4 gallons of spray per
acre.  Do not apply by aircraft
or with mist-type ground equip-
ment.
Injury has occured in greenhouses on Easter lilies and the chrysanthemum
varieties Hurricane, Iceburg, Whitetop and Pennant.  When large plantings
are to be treated, apply to only a few plants and observe for varietal
sensitivity before treating the entire planting.

Flowering plants

      Refer to (Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs).
Issued:  8-30-73
  III-E-16.15

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                                EUGENOL

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  Bait

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insect attractant

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Use only in areas not accessible to children and pets.

Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                          actual

ORNAMENTALS

(Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)

  (Japanese beetle)       2.6%(bait)        Reduces damage to plants suscep-
   (adults)                                 tible to attack.  Add several
                                            ounces of bait to the perforated
                                            container.  Hang baited traps on
                                            a stand about 4 feet above the
                                            ground in full sunlight, near
                                            infested foliage.  Empty traps
                                            and dispose of beetles about
                                            dusk when they are inactive.
                                            Bait should be effective for
                                            4-6 weeks under ordinary weather
                                            conditions.  For best results,
                                            add a little fresh bait every
                                            few days.   Formulated with
                                            2-phenylethyl propionate.
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                               FAMPHUR

                          (an organophosphate)

   0,0-dimethyl 0-[p-(dimethylsij] fam-.-yJ ) phenyl] phosphorothioate

Other name:  Warbex

Empirical formula: C-, QH-jtNOgP^                     Molecular tieight:  325

                           Structure'I formula
                                       )-SN(CH3)2
                                   ==/  H
                                          o

Purity:  95%                         ft? tor-:

Physical state: Crystalline          Odor:


Density:                             Specific gravity:

Vapor pressure:                      Boiling point:

Flamrriobility:                        Melting point: 55  C.

Corrosive action:

Solubility: Slightly soluble in water  (10 mg./lOO ml.)-  Very  soluble in
      chloroform and carbontetraeh1oride.  Slightly soluble  in polar sol-
      vents.  Insoluble in hexane  and heptane.

Remarks:
 Issued:  ll-U-72               IlI-F-l.a

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                              FAMPHUR
Representative Labeling for a Solution (Pour-On)  Formulation

                              BRAND NAME

Active Ingredients;

          famphur; 0,0-dimethyl Q-[p-(dimethylsulfamoyl)
          phenyl^ phosphorothioate	13.2%
          xylene  ,	46.2%

Inert Ingredients;  	40.6%

Precautionary Labeling;

          WARNING;  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.

          WARNING.  Harmful or fatal if swallowed or absorbed through skin.
          Avoid contact with skin, eyes, and clothing.  Wash thoroughly after
          handling.  Do not contaminate food or feed products.  Combustible.
          Keep away from heat, sparks, and open flame.

          Disposal precautions:  Perforate or crush, and bury container
          away from water supplies when empty.  Never reuse.

Wildlife Precautions:   This product is toxic to birds and other wildlife.
          Keep out of lakes, streams, or ponds.

Directions for Use: Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must spec-
          ify the use for which the product is intended and must be adequate
          to protect the public.)

EPA Registration No.                                        Net Weight

                Manufacturer's Name and Address
 Issued:  11-14-72         III-F-l.b

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                              FAMPHUR

Representative Labeling for a Feed Preiqix Concentrate Formulation

                            BRAND NAME

Active Ingredient;

          famphur; 0,0-dimethyl 0-[P~dimethysulfamoyl)phenyl]
          phosphorothioate	33.3%

Inert Ingredients:  	66.7%

Precautionary Labeling:

          WARNING.  KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN,

          Hazardous by inhalation, skin contact, or swallowing.  Repeated
          inhalation or skin contact may, without symptoms, progressively
          increase susceptability to poisoning.  Do not get in eyes, on
          skin,  or clothing.  Do not breathe dust.

          Disposal precautions:  Destroy empty containers by burning. Stay
          away from smoke and fumes.

Wildlife Precautions:   This product is toxic to birds and other wildlife.
          Keep out of  lakes, streams, or ponds.

Directions for Use:  Do not use except as specified on this label.  Observe
          all precautionary and warning statements.  (Directions must
          specify the  use for which the product is intended and must be
          adequate to  protect the public.)


EPA Registration No.

                       Manufacturer's Name and Address
Issued:   11-14-72              III-F-l.c

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                               FAMPHUR*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  S, feed premix

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide

      General Warnings and Limitations.

      Cattle from or in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi,
      Arkansas;, eastern third of New Mexico, Colorado, and southwestern
      half of Missouri should not Be treated after October 1; cattle from
      the rest of the U.S. not after November 1.

      On occasion, cattle treated with famphur may show signs of organo-
      phosphate poisoning such as excessive salivation, stiffness of limbs,
      and dyspnea.  Atropine is antidotal.  A veterinarian should be con-
      sulted.

      Do not use any drug, pesticide, insecticide, or other chemicals having
      cholinesterase- inhibiting activity either simultaneously or within
      a few days before or after treatment with famphur.

      Do not treat calves less than 3 months old; dehydrated animals;
      animals stressed from shipment, castration, over-excitement, or de-
      horning; and sick or convalescent animals.

Site and Pest                 Dosage          Tolerance,  Use, Limitations

                              actual

LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY

Beef cattle                                   0.1 ppm (meat, fat, and meat by-
Dairy cattle                                  products of oattle).
  (non-lactating)                             21 day prefreshening interval
                                              through 0.032 Ib./adult animal.
                                              Pour-on application.
                                              35 day preslaughter interval
                                              through 0.032 Ib./adult animal.
                                              Pour-on application.
*0,0,-dimethyl 0-[p-(dimethylsulfamoyl)phenyl]  phosphorothioate,  Warbex

Issued:  8-15-72              III-F-1.1

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                                FAMPHUR
Site and Pest
Beef cattle (continued)
Dairy cattle
  (non-lactating)

  Cattle grubs
  (Cattle sucking lice)
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use,_Limitations
0.008 lb./200   Pour-on application.  To control
IB. body weight cattle grubs and reduce cattle
to max. of      lice infestations, pour famphur
0.032 lb./800   from the shoulder to the tail
Ib. and over of head.  Apply as soon as possible
body weight     after heel fly activity ceases.
(S)             Do not repeat treatment.  Do
                not apply if weather conditions
                indicate possibility of rain or
                are such that animals will get
                wet.
 Beef cattle
 Dairy cattle
   (non-lactating)
   Cattle grubs
   (Cattle sucking lice)
   Cattle grubs
1.1 mg./lb.
body weight/
day (feed
premix)
2.3 mg./lb.
body weight/
day  (feed
premix)
Remove swine from areas where
runoff occurs.

4 day preslaughter interval
through  1.1 mg./lb. of body
weight/day for 30 days or through
2.3 mg./lb. of body weight/day
for 10 days.  Feed premix.
21 day prefreshening interval
through 1.1 mg./lb. of body
weight/day for 30 days or through
2.3 mg./lb. of body weight/day
for 10 days.  Feed premix.

Feed premix.  For control of
cattle grubs and to aid in con-
trolling cattle sucking lice,
mix sufficient quantities with
feed for 30 days to provide
correct dosage.

Feed premix.  Mix sufficient
quantities with feed for 10 days
to provide correct dosage.
 Issued:  8-15-72
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                              FENTHION*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  EC, S, D, G

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Bee caution:  This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct
      treatment or residues on crops.  Protective information may be obtained
      from your Cooperative Agricultural Extension Service.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Alfalfa
  Mosquitoes
Pasture grass
  Mosquitoes
0.05-0.1 Ib./A.
(EC),
0.05-0.2 Ib./A.
(G)
0.05-0.1 Ib./A.
(EC),
0.05-0.2 Ib./A.
(G)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
5.0 ppm (alfalfa).
18 ppm (alfalfa hay).
No preharvest interval through
0.1 Ib./A.(spray) or 0.2 Ib./A.
(granular).   Broadcast or foliage
application.
Do not apply more than once
per cutting.

Foliage or broadcast application.
Livestock need not be removed
from treated area.
5.0 ppm (grass).
18 ppm (grass hay).
No preharvest interval through
0.1 Ib./A.(spray) or 0.2 Ib./A.
(granular).  Broadcast or foliage
application.
Do not apply more than 4 times
per year.

Foliage or broadcast application.
Livestock need not be removed
from treated area.
*0,0-dimethyl 0-[3-methyl-4-(methylthio)phenyl]phosphorothioate or
 0,0-dimethyl 0-[4-(methylthio)-m-tolyl] phosphorothioate
*Baytex

Issued:  8-30-73
   III-F-2.1
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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Rice
  Mosquitoes
LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY
0.05-0.1 Ib./A.
(EC)
0.1 pptn  (rice).
0.5 ppm  (rice straw).
30 day preharvest interval through
0.1 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3 times
per crop year.

Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.
Do not apply directly (spray or pour-on) to sick, convalescent, or stressed
  animals.
Do not spray animals less than 6 months or use pour-on application on
  animals less than 3 months old.
Do not apply directly (spray or pour-on) for 10 days before or after ship-
  ping or weaning, or after exposure to contageous or infectious diseases.
Do not apply in conjunction with or within a few days of treatment with
  other cholinesterase-inhibiting drugs, pesticides, or other chemicals
  including other fenthion products.
(Dairy Livestock)

Cattle, dairy
 (non-lactating)
  Cattle grubs
  Lice
0.5 fl. oz. of
3.0% solution/
100 Ib. of body
weight(S)
0.01 ppm (milk).
28 day prefreshening interval
through 0.5 fl. oz. of 3.0%
solution/100 Ib. of body weight.
Pour-on application.
If freshening occurs within 28
days after treatment, do not use
milk for human consumption for
balance of the 28-day interval.

Pour-on application.  Apply along
backline.  For cattle grubs,
apply as soon as possible after
adult fly activity has ceased.
Consult the Cooperative Agricul-
tural Extension Service for
proper timing of treatment.  For
lice, a second application may
be made for reinfestations, but
not within 35 days of initial
treatment.
Issued:  1-14-74
  III-F-2.2
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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
(Livestock Intended for Slaughter)

Cattle, beef
  Cattle grubs
  Horn fly
2.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
0.5 fl. oz. of
3.0% solution/
100 Ib. of body
weight(S)

1.0 lb./13 gal.
oil(S)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
0.1 ppm  (meat, fat, meat by-
products) .
35 day preslaughter interval
through  0.5 fl. oz. of 3.0%
solution/100 Ib. of body weight.
Pour-on  application.
45 day preslaughter interval
through  0.5 fl. oz. of 3.0%
solution/100 Ib. of body weight
if a second pour-on application
is used.
45 day preslaughter interval
through  2.0 Ib./lOO gallons of
water.   Spray application.
No preslaughter interval for
backrubber applications.

Spray application.  Apply with
high pressure (250-300 psi) to
thoroughly wet the skin.  Apply
as soon  as adult fly activity
has ceased, but at least 6 weeks
prior to emergence of grubs in
the back.  Consult the Coopera-
tive Agricultural Extension
Service  for proper timing of
treatment.

Pour-on  application.  Apply along
backline.  Refer to timing
information immediately above.
Backrubber application.  Locate
device in areas where cattle
congregate for salt or water, or
in regular routes of travel.
Refill or resaturate device as
needed.
Issued:    1-14-74
  III-F-2.3
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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Cattle, beef  (continued)
  Lice
0.5 Ib./lOO gal.
water(EC)
                          0.5 fl. oz. of
                          3.0% solution/
                          100 Ib. of body
                          weight(S)
AGRICULTURAL PREMISES AND EQUIPMENT

(Dairy Barns and Milk Rooms)
(Poultry Houses and Yards)

Dairy Barns
Poultry Houses
  Ants
  Cockroaches
  Crickets
0.125 Ib./gal.
water/500 sq.
ft.(EC)
  Muscoid flies
  Mosquitoes
   (adults)
0.062-0.125 Ib./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Spray application.  Apply with.
high pressure  (250-300 psi) to
thoroughly wet the skin.  A
second application may be made
for reinfestations.

Pour-on application.  Apply along
backline.  A second application
may be made for reinfestations,
but not within 35 days of initial
treatment.
0.01 ppm (milk).
0.1 ppm (meat, fat, meat by-
products of cattle and poultry).

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush to areas frequented
by insects.  Repeat as needed.
Do not apply directly to animals
or birds.  Do not contaminate
feed, drinking water, milk, or
milk handling equipment.

Apply to interior and exterior
surfaces frequented by insects.
Also treat around windows, doors,
and outdoor light fixtures.  Re-
peat as needed.  Do not apply
directly to animals or birds.
Do not contaminate feed, drinking
water, milk, or milk handling
equipment.
Issued:   5-30-73
  III-F-2.4

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
(Animal Buildings Other Than Dairy and Poultry)
Cattle barns
 (nondairy)

  Ants
  Cockroaches
  Crickets
  Muscoid flies
   including house fly)
  Mosquitoes
   (adults)
  Mosquitoes
   (larvae)
(Outdoor Areas)

Outdoor areas

  Ants
  Fleas
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC)
0.062-0.125 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC)
0.02-0.075 oz./
1,000 sq. ft.(G)
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC)
0.1 ppm (meat, fat, meat by-
products of cattle).

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush to areas frequented
by insects.  Use higher dosage
for initial treatment and for
severe cockroach infestations.
Use lower dosage for subsequent
treatments.  Repeat as needed.
Do not apply directly to animals.
Do not contaminate feed or drink-
in water.

Apply to interior and exterior
surfaces frequented by insects.
Also treat around doors, windows,
and outdoor light fixtures.
Repeat as needed.  Do not apply
directly to animals.  Do not
contaminate feed or drinking
water.

Broadcast evenly over mosquito
breeding sites.  Repeat as
needed.
Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush to outside areas
where there is no vegetation.
For ants, also thoroughly wet
ant hills and runways.  Repeat
as needed.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.5

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Site and Pest
Outdoor areas
 (continued)

  Mosquitoes
   (larvae)
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              FENTHION

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
          0.02-0.075 oz./
          1,000 sq. ft.
              or
          0.05-0.2 Ib./A.
          (G)
Apply to mosquito breeding areas
such as garbage dumps, manure
piles and other areas with
standing water.  Do not use on
crops used for food or forage.
Do not use treated manure on
soil in which food crops are to
be grown.
HUMANS. PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
This chemical is also classified as a drug for use against certain
internal parasites.  These uses are not included here as they are under
the purview of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act administered by
the Food and Drug Administration, Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare.
                                            Only for sale by or on the order
                                            of a licensed veterinarian.
  American dog tick
  Brown dog tick
  Dog flea
  Dog follicle mite
          70 mg. of 10.5%
          solution/10 Ib.
          of body weight
          (S)

          40 mg. of 10.5%
          solution/10 Ib.
          of body weight
          (S)

          70 mg. of 10.5%
          solution/10 Ib.
          of body weight
          (S)
Subcutaneous injection.  May be
repeated at 2-week intervals for
improved efficacy and continued
control.

Subcutaneous injection.  May be
repeated at 2-week intervals for
continued control.
Subcutaneous injection.  For
control of demodectic mange.
Repeat at 2-week intervals for
3 treatments to reduce the inci-
dence of relapses.  Supportive
nutritional and antibiotic
therapy may be needed for
complicated cases.
Issued:  3-29-74
            III-F-2.6
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                                  FENTHION

    Site and Pest             Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

                              actual
**
**
    ORNAMENTALS

    (Herbaceous Plants and Bulbs)

    Begonias
    Chrysanthemums
    Geraniums
    Lilies
    Marigolds
    Peonies
    Phlox
    Petunias
    Snapdragons
    Verbenas
    Zinnias

      Ants                    1.0 Ib./lOO       For use only by commercial pest
      Aphids                  gal. water(EC)    control operators and commercial
      Armyworm                                  nurserymen.  Apply as fine mist.
      Leafhoppers                               Repeat as needed.  Do not treat
                                                plants in direct sunlight, during
                                                the heat of day, or when the
                                                temperature exceeds 90F.
    Issued:  3-29-74            III-F-2.7         Replaces page issued 5-30-73

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                          actual
(Woody Shrubs, Trees and Vines)
Ash
Dogwood
Eunonymus
Maple (excluding
 Sugar maple)
Oak
Roses (excluding
 Delightful variety)
Sweet gum
Tuliptree
Vibernum

  Ants
  Aphids
  Bagworm
  Leafhoppers
  Lecanium scales
  Mites
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
Arborvitae
Juniper

  Ants
  Aphids
  Bagworm
  Juniper scale
  Lecanium scales
  Mites
1.0 Ib./lOO
gal. water(EC)
For use only by commercial pest
control operators and commercial
nurserymen.  Apply as fine mist.
Repeat as needed.  Do not treat
plants in direct sunlight, during
the heat of day, or when the
temperature exceeds 90F.  Do
not treat the rose variety
Delightful, or sugar maple.
For use only by commercial pest
control operators and commercial
nurserymen.  Apply as a fine mist.
Repeat as needed.  Do not treat
plants in direct sunlight, during
the heat of day, or when the
temperature exceeds 90F.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.8

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                                            Tolerance, Use, Limitations
  Ants
  Aphids
  Bagworm
  Mites
                          1.0 Ib./lOO       For use only by commercial pest
                          gal. water(EC)    control operators and commercial
                                            nurserymen.  Apply as a fine mist.
                                            Repeat as needed.  Do not treat
                                            plants in direct sunlight, during
                                            the heat of day, or when the
                                            temperature exceeds 90F.

FOREST, NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

(Refer also to specific plants and pests under woody ornamentals.)

Outdoor areas

Area abatement applications are to be made only by public health officials,
  mosquito abatement district personnel, public mosquito control officials,
  and commercial pest control operators.
Apply wherever insect pests are a problem except to food crops and in water
  where shrimp, crabs, or crayfish are of value.
Do not apply to ponds, lakes, streams, or other bodies of water containing
  fish.
  Flies
  Midges
  Mosquitoes
   (adults)
  Mosquitoes
   (larvae)
                          0.08 Ib./A.(S)
                          1 part 15%
                          solution/15
                          parts solvent
                          (S)
                          1 part 15%
                          solution/20
                          parts solvent
                          (S)
Apply by fog generator to areas
such as woodlands, ponds, and
recreational areas.
Apply by fog generator to areas
such as woodlands, ponds, and
recreational areas.  Use mineral
spirits or kerosene as the
solvent.  Apply one gallon of
mixture per acre.

Apply as a spray.  Treat breeding
sites at the rate of one gallon
of spray per acre.  Use mineral
spirits or kerosene as the solvent.
Issued:   5-30-73
                            III-F-2.9

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Site and Pest
AQUATIC AREAS
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              FENTHION

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
Area abatement applications are to be made only by public health officials,
  mosquito abatement district personnel, public mosquito control officials,
  and commercial pest control operators.
Apply wherever insect pests are a problem except to food crops and in water
  where shrimp, crabs, or crayfish are of value.
Do not apply to ponds, lakes, streams, or other bodies of water containing
  fish.
Aquatic areas

  Flies
  Midges
  Mosquitoes
   (adults)
          0.08 lb./A.(S)
          A.0-8.0 lb./
          100 gal. oil(S)
                          0.08 lb./A.(S)
                          0.05-0.1 Ib./A.
                          (EC)
Apply by fog generator over
areas such as ponds, marshes,
and swamps.

Apply by thermal fog or nontherroal
aerosol generator.  Calibrate
equipment to deliver 40 gallons
per hour at a machine speed of
5 m.p.h. to cover a swath width
of up to 350 feet.  Repeat as
needed.

Apply by fog generator over
areas such as ponds, marshes,
and swamps.

Apply by mist spray applicators.
Dilute with water.  Allow at
least 3 weeks between applica-
tions.

For aerial application, dilute
with water or suitable oil.
Allow at least 3 weeks before
applications.
Issued:  5-30-73
            III-F-2.10

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Aquatic areas  (continued)

  Mosquitoes              0.05 Ib./A.
   (larvae)               (EC,S)
                          0.05-0.2 Ib./A.
                          (G)
                  Apply as a light uniform spray.
                  Dilute with water or a suitable
                  oil.  Treat moist areas, stand-
                  ing pools, marshes, swamps,
                  tidal areas, and other mosquito
                  breeding sites.

                  Broadcast uniformly over moist
                  areas, standing pools, marshes,
                  swamps, tidal areas, and other
                  mosquito breeding sites.
DOMESTIC DWELLINGS, MEDICAL FACILITIES AND SCHOOLS
Indoor areas

  Ants
  Cockroaches
  Crickets
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil/500
sq. ft.(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)
For use by commercial pest control
operators only.  Apply as a
coarse spray or by paint brush.
Use higher EC dosage for initial
treatment and for severe cock-
roach infestations.  Use lower
EC dosage for subsequent treat-
ments.  Repeat as needed.  Do not
use in areas where children or
pets can come into direct contact
with treated surfaces.   Remove
fish and other pets from room
before spraying.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.11

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              FENTHION

          Dosage            Tolerance, Use, Limitations

          actual
Indoor areas
Outdoor areas

  Muscoid flies
  Mosquitoes
  Wasps
Outdoor areas

  Ants
  Fleas
  Blow flies
  House fly
  Moths
  Vinegar flies
          0.062-0.125 lb./
          gal. water/500
          sq. ft.(EC),
          0.094-0.156 lb./
          gal. oil/500
          sq. ft.(S),
          3.0%(S)(in oil)
          0.125-0.188 lb./
          gal. water(EC),
          0.094-0.156 lb./
          gal. oil(S),
          3.0%(S)(in oil)
          0.125-0.188 lb./
          gal. water/500
          sq. ft.(EC),
          0.094-0.156 lb./
          gal. oil/500
          sq. ft.(S),
          3.0%(S)(in oil)
For use by commercial pest control
operators only.  Apply as a
coarse spray or by paint brush.
Apply to interior and exterior
surfaces frequented by insects.
Also treat around doors, windows,
and outdoor light fixtures.
Repeat as needed.  Do not use
in areas where children or pets
can come into direct contact with
treated surfaces.  Remove fish
and other pets from room before
spraying.

For use by commercial pest control
operators only.  Apply as a
coarse spray to nest after dark
when all wasps have returned to
the nest.
For use by commercial pest control
operators only.  Apply as a
coarse spray to areas where
there is no vegetation.  For ants,
also thoroughly wet ant hills
and runways.  Repeat as needed.
          1.0 gal. of 1.0%  For use by commercial pest control
          solution/A.(S)    operators only.  Apply by fog
                            generator.  Treat the immediate
                            outside perimeter of buildings
                            and outside surfaces of doors,
                            windows, and around light fix-
                            tures.
Issued:  5-30-73
            III-F-2.12

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Outdoor areas  (continued)

  Mosquitoes
1.0 gal. of 0.5%
solution/A.(S)
Apply by fog generator.  Thor-
oughly treat breeding and rest-
ing sites such as heavy foliage
and refuse storage areas.
                          1.0 gal. of 1.0%  For use by commercial pest control
                          solution/A.(S)    operators only.  Apply by fog
                                            generator.  Treat the immediate
                                            outside perimeter of buildings
                                            and outside surfaces of doors,
                                            windows, and around light fix-
                                            tures.

URBAN AND RURAL OUTDOOR AREAS (PUBLIC HEALTH)

Area abatement applications are to be made only by public health officials,
  mosquito abatement district personnel, public mosquito control officials,
  and commercial pest control operators.
Apply wherever insect pests are a problem except to food crops and in water
  where shrimp, crabs, or crayfish are of value.
Do not apply to ponds, lakes, streams, or other bodies of water containing
  fish.

Outdoor areas

(Refer also to specific sites such as Forest, Nonagricultural and Wastelands;
Aquatic areas; and Domestic Dwellings, Medical Facilities and Schools.)
  Flies
  Midges
0.08 lb./A.(S)
1 part 15%
concentrate/
10 parts
solvent(S)

0.08 Ib./A. (S)
Apply by fog generator over all
areas such as refuse piles,
dumps, and in recreation sites.

Apply by ground spray equipment
at the rate of one gallon of
spray per acre.  Solvent may be
mineral spirits or kerosene.

Apply by fog generator over
areas such as ponds, marshes,
swamps, and areas with grass
or heavy foliage.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.13

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Outdoor areas  (continued)

  Mosquitoes
   (adults)
4.0-8.0 lb./
100 gal. oil(S)
                          0.07-0.14 lb./
                          A. (S)
                          1 part 10%
                          concentrate/
                          7-14 parts
                          oil(S)

                          0.05-0.1 lb./
                          A.(EC)
                          1 part 15%
                          concentrate/
                          10 parts
                          solvent (S)

                          0.1 Ib./A.(D)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply by thermal fog or nonthermal
aerosol generator.  Calibrate
equipment to deliver 40 gallons
per hour at a machine speed of
5 m.p.h. to cover a swath width
of up to 350 feet.  Repeat as
needed.

Apply by fog generator over
areas such as ponds, marshes
and swamps.  Dilute with
suitable oil.

Apply by fog generator whenever
needed.
                  Apply by mist spray applicator.
                  Dilute with water.  Allow at
                  least 3 weeks between applica-
                  tions.

                  For aerial application, dilute
                  with water or suitable oil.
                  Allow at least 3 weeks between
                  applications.

                  Apply by ground spray equipment.
                  Solvent may be mineral spirits
                  or kerosene.  Apply one gallon
                  of spray per acre.

                  Dust wet grassy or brushy areas,
                  standing water, and around edges
                  of large ponds, lakes, marshes,
                  swamps, and tidal areas.  Also
                  treat around catch basins and
                  similar areas where mosquitoes
                  breed and congregate.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.14

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Outdoor areas  (continued)

  Mosquitoes
   (larvae)
0.05 Ib./A.
(EC.S)
                          0.05-0.2 Ib./A.
                          (G)
                          0.05 Ib./A.(D)
                                            Apply as a light uniform spray.
                                            Dilute with water or a suitable
                                            oil.  Treat moist areas, stand-
                                            ing pools, marshes, swamps, tidal
                                            areas, and other mosquito breed-
                                            ing sites.

                                            Broadcast uniformly over moist
                                            areas, standing pools, marshes,
                                            swamps, tidal areas, and other
                                            mosquito breeding sites.

                                            Dust moist areas, standing water,
                                            and around edges of large ponds,
                                            lakes, marshes, swamps, and tidal
                                            areas.  Also treat around and in
                                            catch basins and similar areas
                                            where mosquitoes breed.

COMMERCIAL ESTABLISHMENTS

(Areas Other Than Edible Products Areas)

For use by pest control operators only.
Do not use in edible products areas of food processing plants, restaurants,
  or other areas where food is commercially prepared or processed.
Do not use in serving areas while food is exposed.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.15

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance,  Use, Limitations
Indoor areas
  Ants
  Cockroaches
   (including
   American cockroach
   German cockroach
   Oriental cockroach)
  Crickets
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil/500
sq. ft.(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)
                          1.0 gal.  of 1.0%
                          solution/500-
                          1,000 sq. ft.
                          (S)
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft. (EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil/500
sq. ft.(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)

1.0 gal.  of 1.0%
solution/500-
1,000 sq. ft.(S)
                          1 part 15%
                          concentrate/
                          10 parts
                          solvent(S)
Apply as a coarse spray or paint
brush.  Use higher EC dosage for
initial treatment.  Use lower
EC dosage for subsequent treat-
ments .  Repeat as needed.  Do not
use in areas where children or
pets can come into direct contact
with treated surfaces.  Remove
fish and other pets from room
before spraying.

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush.  Use higher dosage
for initial treatment and lower
dosage for subsequent ones.
Repeat as needed.  Formulated with
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate.

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush.  Use higher EC
dosage for initial treatment and
for severe cockroach infestations.
Use lower EC dosage for sub-
sequent treatments.  Repeat as
needed.

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush to approximately 20%
of the wall and floor surface area.
Confine treatment basically to
floor-wall junctures and bases
of equipment.  Products formu-
lated with 2,2-dichlorovinyl
dimethyl phosphate or pyrethrins
and piperonyl butoxide.

Apply at a rate of one gallon of
spray per 500 sq. ft. to areas
frequented by insects.  Solvent
may be mineral spirits or
kerosene.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.16

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
Dosage

actual
Indoor areas  (continued)

  Cadelle (exposed
   stages)
  Confused flour beetle
   (exposed stages)
  Moths (larvae)
  Sawtoothed grain  .
   beetle (exposed stages)

  Angoumois grain moth
   (exposed stages)
  Indian meal moth
   (exposed stages)
  Mediterranean flour
   moth(exposed stages)
  Vinegar flies

Indoor areas
Outdoor areas

  Muscoid flies
   (including house fly)
  Mosquitoes
1.0 gal. of l.C
solution/1', 000
sq. ft.(S)
1.0 gal. of 1.0%
solution/1,000
sq. ft.(S)
0.062-0.125 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft.(EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil/500
sq. ft.(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)
                          1.0 gal. of 1.0%
                          solution/500-
                          1,000 sq. ft.(S)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply by low pressure to approxi-
mately 20% of the wall and floor
surface area.  Confine treatment
basically to the floor-wall junc-
tures and bases of equipment.
Formulated with pyrethrins and
piperonyl butoxide.

Apply by low pressure to surfaces
where insects alight, but not to
areas where insects may fall into
food or onto food surfaces.  For-
mulated with pyrethrins and
piperonyl butoxide.
Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush.  Apply to interior
and exterior surfaces frequented
by insects.  Also treat around
doors, windows, and outdoor light
fixtures.  Repeat as needed.  Do
not use in areas where children
or pets can come into direct
contact with treated surfaces.
Remove fish and other pets from
room before spraying.

Apply as a coarse spray or by
paint brush to interior and ex-
terior surfaces frequented by
insects, but not to areas where
insects may fall into food or
onto food surfaces.  Use higher
rate for initial treatment and
lower rate for subsequent
treatments.  Formulated with
2,2-dichlorovinyl dimethyl
phosphate or pyrethrins and
piperonyl butoxide.
Issued:   5-30-73
  III-F-2.17

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                              FENTHION
Site and Pest
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Indoor areas  (continued)
Outdoor areas

  Muscoid flies
  Mosquitoes
   (continued)
  Wasps
1 part 15%
concentrate/
10 parts
solvent(S)
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water(EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)

1.0%(S)
                          1 part 15%
                          concentrate/
                          10 parts
                          solvent(S)
Apply at a rate of one gallon of
spray per 500 sq. ft. to areas
where insects alight.  Solvent
may be mineral spirits or kero-
sene.

Apply as a coarse spray to nest
after dark when all wasps have
returned to the nest.
Refer to directions immediately
above.  Formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Apply at a rate of one gallon of
spray per 500 sq. ft. to surfaces
where insects alight.  Solvent
may be mineral spirits or kero-
sene.
Outdoor areas

  Ants
  Fleas
  Blow flies
  House flies
  Mosquitoes
  Moths
  Vinegar flies
0.125-0.188 lb./
gal. water/500
sq. ft. (EC),
0.094-0.156 lb./
gal. oil/500
sq. ft.(S),
3.0%(S)(in oil)

1.0 gal.  of 1.0%
solution/500-
1,000 sq. ft.(S)

1.0 gal.  of 1.0%
solution/A.(S)
Apply as a coarse spray to areas
where there is no vegetation.
For ants, also thoroughly wet
ant hills and runways.  Repeat
as needed.
Refer to directions immediately
above.  Formulated with 2,2-
dichlorovinyl dimethyl phosphate.

Apply by fog generator.  Treat
the immediate outside perimeter
of buildings and outside surfaces
of doors, windows, and around
light fixtures.
Issued:  5-30-73
  III-F-2.18

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                               FERBAM*


PRINCIPAL FORMULATIONS:  susp., WP, D

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Repellent


AGRICULTURAL CROPS
ORNAMENTALS
FOREST, NONAGRICULTURAL AND WASTELANDS

      Applications of ferbam to plant foliage for fungicidal activity
will repel Japanese beetles.  Refer to the EPA Compendium of Registered
Pesticides, Volume II (Fungicides and Nematicides) and to specific labels
for the plants to which ferbam may be applied.
*ferric dimethyl dithiocarbamate

Issued:  3-29-74            III-F-4

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE*

PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:  SP

TYPE PESTICIDE:  Insecticide, Acaricide

      General Warnings and Limitations

      Formetanate hydrochloride is not stable in alkaline water.  Do not
      prepare more spray than will be used within four hours after pre-
      paration.

      Bee caution:  This product is toxic to bees and should not be applied
      when bees are actively visiting the area.
Site and Pest
AGRICULTURAL CROPS
Alfalfa
 (seed crop only)
Dosage

actual
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
                  NF.
                  Use restricted to California,
                  Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Wash-
                  ington.  Foliage application.
                  For use on pure stands of alfalfa
                  to be harvested for seed.
                  Do not spray while bees are
                  foraging.
                  Do not graze livestock in treated
                  fields.
                  Do not use treated crops or crop
                  residues for livestock feed or
                  forage.
                  Fields treated with formetanate
                  hydrochloride must be cleared
                  following harvest by burning or
                  discing.
                  Consult your State Agricultural
                  Experiment Station or State
                  Cooperative Agricultural Exten-
                  sion Service for proper timing.
*m[[(dimethylamino)methylene]amino]phenyl methylcarbamate hydrochloride;
 Carzol SP
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.1

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE
Site and Pest
Alfalfa  (continued)
 (seed crop only)

  Lygus bugs
  Consperse stink bug
Apples
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider
   mite
Grapefruit
  Citrus rust mite
Dosage

actual
0.46-0.92 Ib./A.
(SP)
0.92 lb./A.(SP)
3.68-7.36 oz./
100 gal. water
      or
0.92-3.68 Ib./A.
(SP)
0.92-1.84 oz./
100 gal. water
(SP)
                          1.84-3.68 oz./
                          100 gal. water
                          (SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Apply when lygus bugs reach
damaging numbers and repeat as
needed.

For knockdown of heavy nymphal
populations.  A lygus bug control
program will control the
consperse stink bug.

3.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
3.68 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3.68 Ib./A.
in a crop season.
Do not allow livestock to graze
in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  Dosage used
depends upon size of trees and
severity of the infestation.
4.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
4.6 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Allow 30 days between applications.
Do not apply more than 4.6 Ib./A.
in a 12 month period.

Use restricted to Florida.  Apply
700-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Texas.  Apply
250-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.2

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE
Site and Pest
Lemons
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Citrus red mite
Nectarines
Dosage

actual
  European red mite
  McDaniel spider mite
  Twospotted spider mite
0.92-1.84 oz./
100 gal. water
(SP)
                          1.84-3.68 oz./
                          100 gal. water
                          (SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
3.68 oz./lOO
gal. water
     or
0.92-1.15 Ib./A.
(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
4.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
4.6 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Allow 30 days between applications.
Do not apply more than 4.6 Ib./A.
in a 12 month period.

Use restricted to Florida.  Apply
700-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Texas.  Apply
250-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 100-300
gallons per acre as an outside
coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 700-1,000
gallons per acre as a full
coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

4.0 ppm.
14 day preharvest interval through
1.15 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3.68 Ib./A.
in a crop season.

Use restricted to the West Coast.
Foliage application.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.3

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE
Site and Pest
Nectarines  (continued)

  Thrips
Oranges
  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Citrus red mite
Peaches
Dosage

actual
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water
     or
1.84 lb./A.(SP)
0.92-1.84 oz./
100 gal. water
(SP)
                          1.84-3.68 oz./
                          100 gal. water
                          (SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to California.
Foliage application.  Apply when
thrips infest blossoms through
petal fall.  Apply at night or
while bees are not working
blossoms.

4.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
4.6 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Allow 30 days between applications.
Do not apply more than 4.6 Ib./A.
in a 12 month period.

Use restricted to Florida.  Apply
700-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Texas.  Apply
250-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 100-300 gallons
per acre as an outside coverage
spray, depending upon tree
size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 700-1,000
gallons per acre as a full
coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

5.0 ppm.
21 day preharvest interval through
1.15 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 2.3 Ib./A.
in a crop season.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.4

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE
Site and Pest
Peaches  (continued)

  European red mite
  McDaniel spider mite
  Twospotted spider mite
Pears
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider
   mite
Plums
Prunes
  European red mite
  Twospotted spider
   mite
Tangerines
Dosage

actual
3.68 oz./lOO
gal. water
    or
0.92-1.15 Ib./A.
(SP)
3.68-7.36 oz./
100 gal. water
     or
0.92-3.68 Ib./A.
(SP)
3.68 oz./lOO
gal. water
     or
0.92-1.38 Ib./A.
(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to the West Coasf.
Foliage application.
3.0 ppm.
7 day preharvest interval through
3.68 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 3.68 Ib./A.
in a crop season.
Do not allow livestock to graze
in treated orchards.

Foliage application.  Dosage
depends upon size of trees and
severity of the infestation.
2.0 ppm (plums, fresh prunes).
7 day preharvest interval through
2.76 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
Do not apply more than 2.76 Ib./A.
in a crop season.

Use restricted to the West Coast.
Foliage application.
                  4.0 ppm.
                  7 day preharvest interval through
                  4.6 Ib./A.  Foliage application.
                  Allow 30 days between applications.
                  Do not apply more than 4.6 Ib./A.
                  in a 12 month period.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.5

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                      FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE
Site and Pest
Tangerines  (continued)

  Citrus rust mite
  Citrus thrips
  Citrus red mite
Dosage

actual
0.92-1.84 oz./
100 gal. water
(SP)
                          1.84-3.68 oz./
                          100 gal.  water
                          (SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
7.36 oz./lOO
gal. water(SP)
Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Use restricted to Florida.  Apply
700-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Texas.  Apply
250-1,000 gallons per acre as a
full coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 100-300
gallons per acre as an outside
coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.

Use restricted to Arizona and
California.  Apply 700-1,000
gallons per acre as a full
coverage spray, depending
upon tree size.
Issued:  7-30-73
  III-F-6.6

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                                   FOSPIRATE*
     PRINCIPAL FORMULATION:   collar

     TYPE PESTICIDE:   Insecticide

     Site and  Pest              Dosage

                               actual

     HUMANS. PETS AND OTHER ANIMALS
**   Cats
     Dogs
       Fleas
15%
(collar)
                  Tolerance, Use, Limitations
Activity against fleas may be
observed within a few hours
and will continue for up to 3
or 4 months.  Live fleas from
the premises may continue to
appear on cats or dogs, but
they will also be killed.
Place collar around cat's or
dog's neck and adjust for
proper fit.  Trim excess and
discard.  Irritation to skin
may occur if collar is fastened
too tightly.  Remove collar if
irritation develops.
May be worn with regular collar.
Do not allow children to play
with collars.
Do not allow cats or dogs to
chew on collars.
Do not use on sick or
convalescing cats or dogs.
     *dimethyl  3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridyl phosphate

     Issued:  7-31-74             III-F-7           Replaces  page  issued  3-29-74

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