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2022 Midwest Vegetable Guide

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Fruiting Vegetables – Weeds 173 Movento (2SC) (spirotetramat) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 4-5 fl. oz. per acre. Do not exceed 10 fl. oz. per acre per season. REI: 24-hour. PHI: 1-day. IRAC 23. Neemix (0.39) (azadirachtin) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 4- 16 fl. oz. per acre. For nymph (immature) control. REI: 4- hour. PHI: 0-day. IRAC UN. OMRI-listed. Oberon 2SC (spiromesifen) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 7- 8.5 fl. oz. per acre. Do not exceed 25.5 fl. oz. per acre per season. REI: 12-hour. PHI: 1-day. IRAC 23. Platinum 2SC (thiamethoxam) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | Use 2SC formulations as a soil treatment at 5-11 fl. oz. per acre and do not exceed 11 fl. oz. per acre per season. Use 75SG formulations as a soil treatment at 1.66-3.67 oz. per acre and do not exceed 3.67 oz. per acre per season. REI: 12- hour. PHI: 30-day. IRAC 04A. Portal (0.4EC) (fenpyroximate) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 2 pt. per acre. Do not exceed 2 applications per season. REI: 12-hour. PHI: 1-day. IRAC 21A. Pyganic EC 5.0 II (0.41) (pyrethrins) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | Foliar applications: 4.5-15.6 fl. oz. per acre. Soil drench applications (in greenhouses): 0.375 fl. oz. per 1,000 sq. ft. of growing media/soil. Do not exceed 15.61 fl. oz. per acre. Do not reapply within 3 days except under extreme pest pressure. REI: 12-hour. IRAC 03A. OMRI-listed. Sivanto 200 (1.67SL) (flupyradifurone) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 10.5-14 fl. oz. per acre foliar application, or 21-28 fl. oz. per acre soil application. REI: 4-hour. PHI: 1-day for foliar application, or 45-day for soil application. IRAC 04D. Transform WG (50) (sulfoxaflor) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | Use Transform 50WG at 2.0-2.25 oz. per acre or Closer 2SC at 4.25-4.5 fl oz. per acre. REI: 24-hour. PHI: 1- day. IRAC 04C. Verimark (1.67SC) (cyantraniliprole) Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 6.75-13.5 fl. oz. per acre. Apply via drip chemigation or soil injection. REI: 4-hour. PHI: 1-day. IRAC 28. Fruiting Vegetables – Weeds Reviewed by Stephen Meyers, Ben Phillips – Sept 2021 Recommended Controls All Weeds The fruiting vegetables are warm-season crops nearly always started as transplants. When growers transplant crops into plastic mulch, they sometimes use herbicides underneath the mulch. There are several herbicides labeled for the control of weeds preemergence, applied before crops are transplanted, or directed between the rows only after transplanting. For specific weeds controlled by each herbicide, check the Relative Effectiveness of Herbicides for Vegetable Crops table. Rates provided in the recommendations below are given for overall coverage. For a banded treatment, reduce amounts according to the portion of acre treated. Non-Pesticide Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | A stale seedbed can be prepared prior to transplanting with flame weeding or very shallow cultivation to control emerged weeds, instead of herbicides. These crops can benefit from the soil warming properties of plastic mulch in addition to the in-row weed control it provides. Materials include landscape cloth/fabric, plastic, and biodegradeable plastic. Straw mulch can delay early season growth by suppressing soil temperatures. Weeds between beds and along the edges of beds can be controlled with a combination of cultivation, mowing, or hand hoeing/pulling. Weeds along the edge of the mulches can be a particular challenge to avoid ripping the mulch. Some fresh market plantings are often small enough to accommodate hand-hoeing or pulling. For larger plantings it may make more sense to mechanically cultivate with tow-able tools between plastic rows or between bare-soil rows. Pesticide Aim EC (2) (carfentrazone) POST Eggplant, Pepper, Tomato | 0.5-2 fl. oz. per acre. Apply a minimum of 1 day prior to transplanting, or apply between crop rows with hooded sprayer. Do not allow spray to contact crop. Add 1 qt. COC (1% v/v) or 0.5 pt. NIS per 25 gal. of spray solution (0.25% v/v). Weeds must be actively growing and less than 4 inches tall. Do not exceed 6.1 fl. oz. per acre per season. REI: 12-hour. HRAC 14. Midwest Veg Guide 2022

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