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13812 EMAMECTIN BENZOATE ( SYNGEN ) CHERRY ( 12-12A = CHERRY SUBGROUP ) UNDER EVALUATION

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IPM Compatibility: Per Requestor: Very Good Fit; Provides an alternative mode of action from chlorpyrifos for managing borers. John Wise (MSU) has efficacy data emamectin benzoate injections into apples are active against black stem borer, indicating potential for other trunk/bark-feeding insects;
Reasons for need: peachtree borer (PTB) (Synanthedon ecitiosa (Say)), lesser peachtree borer (LPTB) (Synanthedon pictipes (Grote and Robinson)), and American plum borer (APB) (Euzophera semifuneralis (Walker)) make up the borer complex affecting cherries. After 2024, chlorpyrifos will no longer be labelled for sweet cherries, and it is anticipated processors and marketers will not tolerate use on tart cherries. Thus, alternatives are needed:06/24
Requesting State(s): MI:Nelson, P* ;
PCR Use Pattern: Use Proclaim and apply as a foliar spray directed to the trunk at 4.8 oz/A, 3 applications at 7 day re-treatment interval and 7 day PHI. Please note that Proclaim is already registered for use on cherry as a foliar spray for the control of Obliquebanded leafroller at 3.2-4.8 oz/A at a max of 14.4 oz/A/year, 7 day re-treatment interval and 7 day PHI.
EPA Default Residue Trials: SOUR: 1 5-5 9 11/12; SWEET: 5-2 10-2 11-3 12
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Comments: Upon review, this is not determined a duplicate of PR# 10685; Key Exports: uncertain: 06/24; Target pests ranked as follows: 1. American plum borer, 2. Lesser Peachtree Borer, 3. Peachtree Borer. Mating disruption is currently available for the lesser Peachtree and peach tree boreres, but is less effective when orchards are smaller than 5 acres (which is common in MI). There are currently no identified control measures for the American Plum Borer:06/24/sb
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Field Research DirectorExpediteTrial DelayField ID#RFCTO QAHQ RECD.Lab ID#Lab RECDLab CompProc. IDProc. ShippedProc. ReportRaw DataS Dir./Auditor
Wheeler, Celeste P 18-MI-DMP -NONE AXTELL
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