FOOD CROPS SUPPORTING/SIMILAR REQUEST

PR#Pesticide(MFG)Commodity (Crop Group)Project StatusReq States
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TEMBOTRIONE ( BAYER ) PEPPER (BELL & NONBELL) ( 08-10BC = PEPPER/NON-BELL PEPPER/EGGPLANT SUBGROUPS ) UNDER EVALUATION (06) NM;


Reasons for need: Amaranthaceae sp.. Overreliance on groups 12 and 24 herbicides in pepper:06/24/sb
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Use Pattern: Make one broadcast pre-transplant or post-transplant application or 2 post transplant row middle applications of Laudis at 3 fl oz/a. Sequential applications must be at least 14 days apart and no application should be made within 45 days of pepper harvest.
Comments: Likely an export commodity but nothing defined. The current Laudis label allows for 7 day re-treatment interval in corn. Laudis label claims control of nightshade species, which are in the same taxonomic family as peppers (Solanaceae). North Carolina weed control recommendations state excellent control of Eastern black nightshade from Laudis. Request is for pigweed control. The current Laudis label claims control of select pigweed species, redroot and smooth. However, North Carolina weed control recommendations state Palmer amaranth control from Laudis is only good, not excellent:06/24/sb
State Requestor: NM:Robbins, C* ;


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