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PR#PriorityPesticide(MFG)Commodity (Crop Group)Project Status
13648 A ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN ( FMC ) BEET GREENS (GARDEN) ( 02 = LEAVES OF ROOT AND TUBER VEGETABLES GROUP ) RESIDUE ON-GOING; E/CS DATA ON-GOING

Reduced Risk Status:
IPM Compatibility: Per requestor: Good Fit; This chemical would add another chemical group (Group 3A) to a pest management program for garden beets and beet greens. With the limited registered chemical groups available for beets and beet greens, insect resistance to the available groups is more likely. Adding another effective chemical group can reduce the likelihood of insect resistance in garden beet pest management. Aphid and thrips specifically are known for their ability to build up resistance to specific chemical groups so the addition of this group could increase the number of rotations between different chemical groups and slow down insect resistance:07/23
Reasons for need: Aphid/thrips/armyworm; This chemical is currently registered for garden beet roots but is not registered for the beet leaves. There is also no tolerance for this chemical on beet leaves. This chemical is very effective in other commodities for thrip and aphid suppression so it would be a great additional tool for pest management in beets. There are very limited chemical groups that are currently registered for beet leaves which makes pest control very difficult:07/23; TX/We are in a very difficult growing environment in South Texas with heavy pest pressures. Our tools for management are limited and beet bunches with greens are an important commodity for our business and strong consumer demand:08/23
Requesting State(s): CA:Van Vliet, C*, Alameda, T ; DC:Adcock, R ; OR:Lightle, D ; TX:Erickson, B, Galeazzi, D ;
PCR Use Pattern: Apply Mustang Maxx as a foliar spray at 4 fl oz/A for up to 6 times per year at an RTI of 4 days and a PHI of 1 day
EPA Default Residue Trials:
IR-4 Residue Trial Plan: 1-1, 5-2, 6-1, 12-1 (decline)
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Efficacy/Crop Safety (E/CS) Data Required:
E/CS Research Comments: IN THE 2024 PERFORMANCE PROTOCOL: TESTING THE MUSTANG MAXX PRODUCT, AT A RATE OF 4 FL OZ PRODUCT/A VS A STANDARD, FOR THRIPS AND APHID CONTROL; APPLY AS FOLIAR SPRAYS, 6 TIMES AT A 5-7 DAY INTERVAL AND A 1-DAY PHI; EVALUATE EFFICACY AND CROP SAFETY
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EPA PRIA Date: Green 12/23
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Comments: A tolerance already exists for garden beets but the leaves cannot be used for food or feed: 7/23; Mfg supported at the 2023 FUW as Researchable, Residue & E/CS Data Needed:09/23/sb; EPA Green 12/23; Residue protocol signed, status will be changed from "E/cs data ongoing" to Residue ongoing e/cs ongoing" when residue protocol is signed 02/24/drs; ChemSac recommended garden beet roots analysis is not needed to support a tol for residues in/on garden beet tops:04/24/sb; Status changed to "Res ongoing ECS ongoing" 04/24/DRS;
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Field Research DirectorExpediteTrial DelayField ID#RFCTO QAHQ RECD.Lab ID#Lab RECDLab CompProc. IDProc. ShippedProc. ReportRaw DataS Dir./Auditor
Fisher, Jennifer 24-NJ205 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR
Robinson, Allison 24-OH240 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR
Horst, Leona 24-OH*241 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR
Lightle, Dani 24-OR260 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR
Cochran, Kim 24-TX306 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR
Chapman, Scott 24-WI357 24-FLR07 PIKE SOR

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Field Research DirectorExpediteTrial DelayField ID#RFCTO QAHQ RECD.Lab ID#Lab RECDLab CompProc. IDProc. ShippedProc. ReportRaw DataS Dir./Auditor
Grettenberger, Dr. Ian P 24-CAP18 - AXTELL
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