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13283 A ETHABOXAM ( VALENT ) GRAPEFRUIT ( 10-10C = GRAPEFRUIT SUBGROUP ) COMPLETE WITH ON-GOING TRIALS

Reduced Risk Status:
IPM Compatibility: PER REQUESTOR VERY GOOD FIT, THE FUNGICIDE IS RELATIVELY NONTOXIC TO BENEFICIALS AND IS TARGETED AGAINST OOMYCOTA ORGANISMS. SOIL APPLICATION THROUGH CHEMIGATION IS VERY SAFE METHOD AND USE IS COMPATIBLE WITH CULTURAL PEST MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES. IT CAN BE APPLIED BASED ON PATHOGEN PEST MONITORING. ETHABOXAM IS USEFUL IN CONTROLLING POPULATIONS WITH ESTABLISHED PESTICIDE RESISTANCE BECAUSE IT HAS A DIFFERENT MODE OF ACTION. ETHABOXAM CAN HAVE A SIGNIFICANT ROLE IN AN EXISTING IPM PROGRAM BASED ON IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT AND RESISTANT ROOTSTOCKS.
Reasons for need: PHYTOPHTHORA SPECIES CAUSING ROOT AND CROWN ROT AND FRUIT BROWN ROT BY LOWERING POPULATION IN SOIL. FUMIGATION OF SOIL HAS BEEN HIGHLY REGULATED IN CA WITH NUMEROUS RESTRICTIONS. A NEED FOR NEW MODES OF ACTION AS POST-PLANT TREATMENTS BECAUSE PATHOGEN RESISTANCE IS KNOWN FOR MEFENOXAM ON CHERRY AND FOR PHOSPHITES ON OTHER CROPS.
Requesting State(s): CA:Adaskaveg, J* ;
PCR Use Pattern: ELUMIN (4 LB/ AI/GAL); 0.25 LB AI/A (8 OZ/A PRODUCT); 2 SOIL APPLICATIONS PER YEAR IN THE SPRING AND FALL WITH ROOT FLUSH, CHEMIGATION AT THE END OF THE WATERING CYCLE TO ALLOW FUNGICIDE TO GET INTO ROOT ZONE; ALTERNATIVELY, AFTER PRE-WETTING THE SOIL, BAND APPLICATION FOLLOWED BY WATERING; 30-DAY PHI
EPA Default Residue Trials: 3-5 6 10-2
IR-4 Residue Trial Plan: 3-5 6 10-2
Residue Protocol Use Pattern: USE THE ELUMIN PRODUCT (4.0 LB AI/GAL OF ETHABOXAM ACTIVE INGREDIENT); MAKE 2 BANDED APPLIC OF 0.25 LB AI/A TO THE GROUND, IN 20-100 GPA, 30-DAY INTERVAL 30-DAY PHI; THE SPRAY BAND SHOULD EXTEND OUT AT LEAST 3 FT ON EACH SIDE OF THE TREE ROW; DO NOT CONCENTRATE THE TEST SUBSTANCE IN THE TREATED AREA OR BAND; WITHIN 24 HR OF APPLIC, 0.5-1 INCH OF RAINFALL OR IRRIGATION IS NEEDED TO MOVE THE PRODUCT INTO THE ROOT ZONE; ALL APPLIC MAY INCLUDE A LABELED RATE OF AN ADJUVANT
Efficacy/Crop Safety (E/CS) Data Required:
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Label Use Pattern Submitted To EPA:
EPA PIF Status: Green: 12/21
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Comments: SOIL APPLIC EARLY IN THE SEASON ARE ADVISABLE TO MINIMIZE RESIDUE PRESENCE. THE RISK CUP IN CANADA IS FULL:08/21
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Field Research DirectorExpediteTrial DelayField ID#RFCTO QAHQ RECD.Lab ID#Lab RECDLab CompProc. IDProc. ShippedProc. ReportRaw DataS Dir./Auditor
Ennes, D. (Kearney) 22-CA64 05/22/23 07/06/23 09/06/23 22-YAR03 05/23 PIKE HQ
Leach, Nathan 22-CA65 07/23/22 09/08/22 01/09/23 22-YAR03 05/22 PIKE HQ
Long, Michael 22-FL118 06/29/23 08/03/23 10/06/23 22-YAR03 03/23 PIKE HQ
Thomas, Darrell 22-FL119 07/27/23 09/26/23 10/20/23 22-YAR03 03/23 PIKE HQ
Long, Michael 22-FL120 03/21/24 04/30/24 05/15/24 22-YAR03 02/24 PIKE HQ
Thomas, Darrell 22-FL121 06/05/24 22-YAR03 02/24 PIKE HQ
Cochran, Kim 22-TX257 22-YAR03 02/24 PIKE HQ
Skiles, Keri 23-CA32 05/23/24 22-YAR03 02/24 PIKE HQ


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