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Insecticide Tables 72 Midwest Veg Guide 2022 Insecticide Tables This table includes selected information about the insecticides recommended in this guide. The products are listed alphabetically by Active Ingredient, with a selection of Trade Names. ° = indicates that small package and ready-to-use formulations are commonly available at hardware stores and garden centers * = indicates that some formulations may be Restricted Use Pesticides (RUP) and require a certification to purchase and use † = indicates biorational formulations that may be listed by the Organic Materials Research Institute (OMRI) and may be allowed in organic production – check with your certifier ‡ = indicates additional formulations that do not currently occur elsewhere in this guide as crop protection recommendations because they are not as well understood to be effective options The Signal Word is an indication of the human health hazard of the product. The Greenhouse Use and Chemigation Use columns have one of four listings: yes = the product label explicitly allows the use some = the product label explicitly allows the use for certain crops (see the label for details), or certain Trade Names allow complete or partial use no = the product label explicitly prohibits the use silent = the product label does not mention the use — states decide if such uses are allowed The Respirator Use column has one of the following listings: no = a respirator is not required PPE yes = a respirator is required for some part of the process (see label for details) some = certain Trade Names may require respirators, but others may not The Bee Precaution column uses the following listings: I = Toxic to honey bees. Do not apply to plants that are flowering, or water puddles. II = Toxic to honey bees. Do not apply to plants that are flowering, or water puddles, except at dusk III = No bee precaution, except when required by the pesticide label or regulations a = Toxic to honey bee brood b = Toxic to other bee species Active Ingredients Trade Names Signal Word Greenhouse Use Chemigation Use Respirator Use Bee Precaution *1,3-dichloropropene Telone II, Telone EC warning, danger no some yes II a *1,3-dichloropropene, chloropicrin Telone C-17, Telone C- 35 danger no no yes II a *abamectin Agri-Mek SC, Abba Ultra warning some no no I b *abamectin, *zeta-cypermethrin Gladiator caution silent no no I b acephate Bracket 97, Orthene 97 caution no some yes I b acequioncyl Kanemite 15SC, Shuttle 15SC caution some no no III acetamiprid Assail 30SG, Assail 70WP, Tristar 8.5SL caution some some some II b afidopyropen Sefina Inscalis, Versys Inscalis caution no some no - ‡†allyl isothiocyanate Dominus danger yes some yes - †azadirachtin Aza-Direct, AzaGuard, AzaSol, Azatin O, Azatrol EC, Ecozin Plus 1.2 ME, Neemix, Molt-X caution yes some no II †azadirachtin, pyrethrins Azera caution yes some yes I b °†Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki strain ABTS-351 Biobit HP, DiPel DF, DiPel ES, LEAP ES caution some some yes III †Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki strain EVB-113-19 BT NOW caution yes some yes III °†Bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki strain SA-12 Deliver caution some no yes III †Bacillus thuringiensis aizawai strain ABTS-1857 XenTari caution some some yes II a b

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