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13815 CYANTRANILIPROLE ( FMC ) CACAO BEAN ( 99 = MISC GROUP ) UNDER EVALUATION

Reduced Risk Status: FORMERLY CYANTRANILIPROLE (HGW86) CHANGED 03/22
IPM Compatibility: Per requestor: Good Fit; There are no conventional insecticides registered on cacao. This a.i. could be part of an IPM program which includes other insecticides with different modes of action.
Reasons for need: Chinese Rose Beetle, Adoretus sinicus; Growers need to control chinese rose beetle (CRB) in nursery seedling production, in seedling establishment in the field following transplanting, and in established plantings. Adult CRB feed on the leaves of cacao causing defoliation and sometimes death of the plant; cacao seedlings and young transplants are particularly vulnerable to CRB damage. There are no effective insecticides registered on cacao to control CRB:06/24;
Requesting State(s): HI:Coughlin, J* ;
PCR Use Pattern: Apply Exirel as a foliar spray twice at 20.5 fl oz/A, RTI: TBD & PHI: TBD. HQ Recommends: Do not apply more than 0.4 lbs ai / A / year, RTI >5 days and PHI = 1 day.
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Comments: Key Exports are: Japan, Korea, China, Canada. Potential: UK, EU:06/24; The requester is proposing the same use pattern for nursery seedling production, seedling establishment, and established planting. The Request is NOT requesting the use for greenhouse (enclosed structure) for nursery seedling production. This is because cacao farmers cultivate transplants in both enclosed greenhouses and open (unenclosed) shade houses. When seedlings are grown in enclosed greenhouses, the Chinese Rose Beetle (CRB) is not an issue. However, CRB can be problematic in open shade house seedling production. Nevertheless, CRB is less of a concern during seedling production and more critical after transplantation in the field and for one year following transplant. Mature trees are also vulnerable throughout the year. If registrants are not willing to support nursery use, growers can manage with the uses for newly transplanted and established plantings:06/24
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