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Table 2 Bean Insect Control

This section was updated - 21 June 2017
Table 2 Bean Insect Control

Product

Rate

PHI*

Comments

Aphids

Diazinon 50 W

(diazinon)
 
Group 1B
1.0 kg/ha
(0.4 kg/acre)
7
  • Best control is obtained when temperature is above 20°C.
  • Highly toxic to bees.

Malathion 85E

(malathion)

Group 1B
735 to 1345 mL/ha
(300 to 545 mL/acre)
3
  • Repeat using a 7 day interval.
  • Do not make more than 2 applications per year.
  • Best control is obtained when temperature is above 20°C.
  • Toxic to fish.
  • Do not apply where runoff is likely to occur.
  • Do not apply after expiry date on the container label.
  • Do not re-enter treated area for 24 hours.

Lagon 480 E

(dimethoate)
 
Group 1B
700 to 1000 mL/ha
(280 to 405 mL/acre)
7
  • Do not feed or allow livestock to graze treated foliage.
  • No more than 3 applications per season.
  • Use sufficient water for good coverage

Matador 120EC/

Silencer 120EC

(lambda- cyhalothrin)

Group 3

83 to 233 mL/ha
(34 to 94 mL/acre)

Apply in 100 to 200 L/ha (40 to 80 L/acre) of water
14
  • Do not use more than 3 applications per season.
  • Do not graze or harvest treated crop for livestock feed.
  • Do not enter treated area for 24 hours.

Assail 70WP

(acetamiprid)
 
Group 4
56 to 86 g/ha
(23 to 35 g/acre)
7
  • Apply at a 7 day spray interval.
  • Maximum of 3 applications per season.
  • Toxic to bees.  Do not apply to flowering crops or weeds if bees are visiting the treatment area.
  • Do not enter treated area for 12 hours.

Admire 240F

(imidacloprid)
 
Group 4
Soil application:
7.5 mL per 100m of row
 
(see rate conversion chart of label for row spacing calculations)
21
  • Use one of the following methods:
  • Apply specified dosage in 2000 L/ha (800 L/ac) of water as a narrow (5 cm or less) surface band over the seedline during planting.
  • Seedlings: apply in 200 L/ha (80 L/ac) of water as a subsurface side-dress on both sides of each row. Product must be incorporated into the root zone.
  • Post-seeding drench: use higher water volumes to thoroughly wet the soil
  • Do not apply more than once per season as a soil application.
  • Do not make any subsequent application of a group 4 insecticide.
Foliar application:
200 mL/ha
(80 mL/acre)
7
  • Repeat using a 7 day interval.
  • Do not make more than 2 applications per year.
  • Do not follow a soil application with a foliar application of Admire 240F.
  • Do not re-enter treated area for 24 hours.

Sivanto Prime

(flupyradifurone)
 
Group 4D

500 to 750 mL/ha
(200 to 300 mL/acre)

Apply in at least 100 L/ha (40 L/acre) of water
7
  • Repeat at a 10 day interval.
  • Do not exceed a total of 2000 mL/ha (810 mL/acre) of product per season.
  • Toxic to bees.  Do not apply to flowering crops or weeds if bees are visiting the treatment area.
  • Do not enter treated areas for 12 hours.

Beleaf 50SG

(flonicamid)

Group 9C
120 to 160 g/ha
(50 to 65 g/acre)

Apply in 94 L/ha (38 L/acre) of water
7
  • Repeat at 7 day intervals.
  • Do not apply more than 3 times per year.
  • Observe a 30 day plantback interval for crops not listed.
  • Do not re-enter treated area for 12 hours.

Movento 240SC

(spirotetramat)

Group 23
185 to 275 mL/ha
(75 to 110 mL/acre)

Apply in 300L/ha (120 L/acre) of water
1
  • Use with one of the following adjuvants: non-ionic (eg. Agral 90 or Ag-Surf) or methylated seed oil (eg. Hasten).
  • Do not apply more than 730 mL/ha (295 mL/acre) per crop per season.
  • Toxic to bees. Avoid spraying when crop is in bloom.
  • Do not enter treated area for 12 hours.

Pyganic

(pyrethrins)

Approved for use on organics
2.32 to 4.65 L/ha
(0.9 to 1.9 L/acre)
0
  • Final mix should be buffered to pH of 5.5 to 7.0
  • Apply at a 7 day spray interval.
  • Maximum of 8 applications per season.
  • Do not wet to the point of run off.
  • Highly toxic to bees. Avoid use when bees are actively foraging. Best applied in early morning or evening.
  • Do not enter treated area for 12 hours.
*PHI = Pre-harvest interval
BUFFERS – Refer to product label for buffer requirements. See also Pesticide Regulations and Safety section of this guide.
PESTICIDE GROUP DETAILS – see Pesticide Toxicity Table of this guide.

 

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