Envidor 2SC Re-Entry Interval (REI) correction
Editor’s note: This article is from the archives of the MSU Crop Advisory Team Alerts. Check the label of any pesticide referenced to ensure your use is included.
Correction to 2010 E-154 Fruit Management Guide
|Compound||E-154 correction||Crops||Target pests|
|Envidor 2SC||12-hour for all crops||grapes, pome and stone fruits||mites|
Envidor (74) (spirodiclofen) is a miticide labeled for use in grapes, pome fruits and stone fruits for control of European red mites, twospotted spider mites, apple rust mites and pear rust mites. Envidor is part of a new chemical class called tetronic acids and has a novel mode of action characterized as a lipid biosynthesis inhibitor (LBI), and is active by contact to all life stages. Envidor is not known to have risk of cross-resistance with other currently registered miticides. Envidor 2 SC is restricted to one application per season and 20 fl oz per acre per year for all labeled fruit crops, and 12-hour REI.
Dr. Wise's work is funded in part by MSU's AgBioResearch.