Entrust 80

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Entrust 80 Insecticide is derived from the fermentation of Saccharopolyspora spinosa. Entrust 80 Insecticide is recommended for use in integrated pest management programs. Entrust 80 Insecticide should be applied when scouting indicates that target pest densities have reached the economic threshold. Follow the specific use instructions given in this label to control target pests. Entrust Insecticide 80 should be mixed with water and applied with ground application equipment only. Any insect control agent can become less effective over time if target insects develop resistance to its mode of action. Adherence to local integrated pest management strategies helps to prolong the usefulness of all insect control products.
Do not enter, or allow worker entry into treated areas until pesticide residues have dried.

Application Rate
Always shake well before use. Avoid freezing. Use the following table.

Application Instructions
Apply product in a minimum of 1000 L water per hectare (amount of water will vary according to tree size). If adequate spray coverage of plant canopy requires less solution per hectare, adjust spray volume accordingly while using the same spray concentration (g product/L water). Do not exceed 109 g product per hectare per application. Mix the recommended dosage of Entrust 80 Insecticide in sufficient water to ensure adequate coverage and apply as a dilute spray using ground airblast equipment.
Attention should be given to sprayer speed and calibration, wind speed, and tree foliar canopy to ensure adequate spray coverage of Entrust 80 Insecticide. Ensure all plant parts are thoroughly wetted, to the point of runoff, with spray solution. To determine the number of litres of spray per hectare required in your apple orchard, consult the provincial fruit recommendations guide, or pest management advisors and extension specialists.

Application Timing
Monitor larval population in the spring, and apply when larvae begin emerging and are actively feeding, but before they roll up in the leaves. For control of the summer generation, monitor adult moth flight and larval densities to determine correct timing application. A repeat application 7 to 10 days after the initial application may be necessary for control. Apply only if treatment thresholds are exceeded. A maximum seasonal rate of 327 g product/ha of Entrust 80 Insecticide may be applied. Avoid treating sequential generations with the same class of insect control products to delay resistance selection. Consult provincial guidelines and local extension experts for monitoring protocols and thresholds for treatment.

Field sprayer application
DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE) coarse classification. Boom height must be 60 cm or less above the crop or ground.

Airblast Application
DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT direct spray above plants to be treated. Turn off outward pointing nozzles at row ends and outer rows. DO NOT apply when wind speed is greater than 16km/h at the application site as measured outside of the treatment area on the upwind side.
DO NOT apply by air.

NOTICE TO USER: This pest control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions on the label. It is an offence under the Pest Control Products Act to use this product in any way that is inconsistent with the directions on the label. The user assumes the risk to persons or property that arises from any such use of this product.

Registered for culturesRatePreharvest Interval
Apples109 g7
Potatoes50 - 100 g7
Horseradish109 g3
Radishes109 g3
Rutabagas109 g3
Turnips109 g3
Sweet corn50 g7
Arugula109 g1
Chervil109 g1
Cress109 g1
Endive109 g1
Lettuce109 g1
Orach, atriplex109 g1
Parsley109 g1
Radicchio109 g1
Spinach109 g1
New zealand spinach109 g1
Cardoon109 g1
Celery109 g1
Celtuce109 g1
Finocchio, florence fennel109 g1
Rhubarbs109 g1
Chard109 g1
Eggplant50 - 109 g1
Ground cherries50 - 109 g1
Pepinos50 - 109 g1
Peppers30 - 109 g1
Chili50 - 109 g1
Sweet peppers50 - 109 g1
Tomatillos50 - 109 g1
Tomatoes30 - 109 g1
Apples75 - 109 g7
Crabapples109 g7
Pears109 g7
Quince109 g7
Broccoli109 g3
Chinese broccoli109 g3
Brussels sprouts109 g3
Cabbage109 g3
Chinese cabbage109 g3
Cauliflower109 g3
Kohlrabi109 g3
Rapini109 g3
Bok choy109 g3
Collard greens109 g3
Kale109 g3
Mustard greens109 g3
Rape greens109 g3
Apricots109 g14
Nectarines109 g14
Peaches109 g14
Plums109 g7
Cherries109 g7
Snap beans50 g3
Cranberries109 - 218 g21
Blueberries80 - 109 g3
Blackberries80 - 109 g3
Boysenberries80 - 109 g3
Loganberry80 - 109 g3
Buffalo currants80 - 109 g3
Chilean guavas80 - 109 g3
Black currant80 - 109 g3
Red currant80 - 109 g3
Elderberries80 - 109 g3
European barberries80 - 109 g3
Gooseberries80 - 109 g3
Cranberries80 - 109 g3
Huckleberries80 - 109 g3
Jostaberries80 - 109 g3
Juneberries80 - 109 g3
Sea buckthorns80 - 109 g3
Bearberries80 - 109 g
Bilberries80 - 109 g
Cloudberries80 - 109 g
Cranberries80 - 109 g
Lingonberries80 - 109 g
Muntries80 - 109 g
Strawberries80 - 109 g
Asparagus88 g60
Grapes109 g7
Cucumbers30 - 72 g2
Eggplant30 - 72 g2
Garlic131 - 158 g3
Onions131 - 158 g3
Leeks131 - 158 g3
Chives131 - 158 g3
Shallots131 - 158 g3
Beltsville bunching onions131 - 158 g3
Walnut109 g14
Basil109 g1
Dill109 g1
Komatsuna109 g3