Aliette WDG

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BAYER
Category
Fungicides
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ALIETTE WDG FUNGICIDE IS REGISTERED FOR USE ON THE FOLLOWING CROPS
Tree Fruits and Nuts
Avocado (Non-Bearing and Bearing)
Citrus (Non-Bearing and Bearing)
Macadamia Nuts
Pome Fruit (Non-Bearing and Bearing)
Stone Fruit and Almond (Non-Bearing)

Small Fruits 
Blueberries
Caneberry Subgroup
Cranberries
Grapes (East of the Rocky Mountains Only)

Vegetables 
Asparagus
Brassica Crop Grouping
Cucurbit Crop Grouping
Leafy Vegetable Crop Grouping
Onion (Dry Bulb)
Tomato

Miscellaneous Crops 
Bananas
Ginseng
Hops
Pineapple
Tobacco

AVOCADO (NON-BEARING)
(Trees that will not produce marketable fruit for 12 months after the last ALIETTE WDG application)
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling avocado root rot caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi and avocado canker caused by P. citricola.
Disease: Phytophthora Canker (Phytophthora citricola).
Application Method: Trunk Spray or Paint.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/5 gals.
Application Program: Mix the desired amount of ALIETTE WDG with 5 gallons  of water and apply to the trunk lesion in a sufficient volume to thoroughly wet the entire lesion. If no lesion is present, the  application should be made from the soil line up the trunk approximately two feet.  If trunk lesions are present, the higher rate should be used. Nursery tree resets and new plantings should be treated at the time of planting.

Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora cinnamomi).
Application Method: Drench.
Rate: Use at a concentration of 5.0 oz/10 gals.
Application Program: Apply 1 quart of solution to the pot or sleeve of each tree 2-3 days prior to transplanting.

Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora cinnamomi).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Begin application at transplanting or  the start of the growing season and continue for up to 4 applications per year at 60 day intervals. Spray to run-off.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- For foliar applications do not exceed 100 GPA.
- Do not allow livestock to graze on the floor of treated groves.
- Do not cut cover crops for feed.

AVOCADO (BEARING)
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling avocado root rot caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi and avocado canker caused by P. citricola.
Disease: Phytophthora Canker (Phytophthora citricola).
Application Method: Trunk Spray or Paint.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/5 gals.
Application Program: Mix the desired amount of ALIETTE WDG with 5 gallons of  water and apply to the trunk lesion in a sufficient volume to thoroughly wet the entire lesion. If no lesion is present, the  application should be made from the soil line up the trunk approximately two feet. 
If trunk lesions are present, the higher rate should be used.
Nursery tree resets and new plantings should be treated at the time of planting.

Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora cinnamomi).
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin application at the start of the growing season and  repeat every 60 days. Spray to run-off.

Rate: 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above.
This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 5 lbs of ALIETTE® WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Applications can be made on the same day of harvest (PHI = 12 hours).
- For foliar applications do not exceed 500 GPA.
- Do not apply more than 5.0 lbs of ALIETTE WDG per acre per application.
- Do not exceed 20 lbs product/acre per year.
- Do not allow livestock to graze on the floor of treated groves.
- Do not cut cover crops for feed.

Note: In order to apply the correct amount of product to your groves you must know the number of gallons of water needed to spray one acre of trees to the point of drip. If you do not know this gallonage you should conduct a test to determine it. If you do not know how to conduct such a test with your equipment you should seek assistance from your equipment dealer or Cooperative Extension Service.

CITRUS (NON-BEARING)
(Trees that will not produce marketable fruit for 12 months after the last ALIETTE WDG application)
ALIETTE WDG applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices will provide effective control of foot rot, root rot and gummosis caused by Phytophthora spp.
Disease: Phytophthora Foot & Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)

Application Method: Root Dip.
Rate: 3.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Thoroughly mix ALIETTE WDG in the desired volume of water and dip   the entire root system for 30-60 minutes prior to planting in the field.

Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Begin application when conditions favor disease development. (If you are unsure about whether these  conditions exist, check with your Cooperative Extension Service.)

Application Method: Chemigation.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: For foliar applications spray to wet. For chemigation inject ALIETTE  WDG continuously while applying a scheduled irrigation.

Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot or Gummosis (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Trunk Spray or Paint.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/5 gals.
Application Program:  Mix the desired amount of ALIETTE WDG with 5 gallons of water and apply to the trunk lesion in a sufficient volume to thoroughly wet the entire lesion. If no lesion is present, the application should be made from the soil line up the trunk approximately two feet.
If trunk lesions are present, the higher rate should be used.
Nursery tree resets and new plantings should be treated at the time of planting.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Any combination of labeled application methods can be used, however, do not exceed a total of four applications or 20 lbs/Acre per year.
- ALIETTE WDG may be applied by ground, air, or chemigation.
- Do not exceed 100 GPA for foliar applications.
- Do not graze livestock in treated groves.
- Do not feed forage from treated groves.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Citrus sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small area of foliage and fruit. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

CITRUS (BEARING)
ALIETTE WDG applied in conjunction with good cultural practices will provide effective control of foot rot, root rot, gummosis, and fruit brown rot caused by Phytophthora spp. ALIETTE WDG also controls ice-nucleating bacteria (California only) and suppresses Alternaria Brown Spot (Florida only).
Disease: Phytophthora Foot Rot or Gummosis (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Trunk Spray or Paint.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/5 gals.
Application Program:  Mix the desired amount of ALIETTE® WDG with 5 gallons of water and apply to the trunk lesion in a  sufficient  volume to thoroughly wet the entire lesion. If no lesion is present, the application should be made from the soil line up the trunk approximately 2 feet. If trunk lesions are present  the higher rate should be used.

Disease: Phytophthora Foot & Root Rot  Brown Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply as a spray to wet when conditions favor disease development.  (If you are unsure about whether these conditions exist, check with your Cooperative Extension Service.) 

Rate: 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above.  This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

Disease: Phytophthora Foot & Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Chemigation.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin application when conditions favor disease development. (If you are unsure about whether these conditions exist, check with your Cooperative Extension Service.)  Inject ALIETTE WDG continuously during a scheduled irrigation.

Disease: Alternaria Brown Spot (Alternaria spp.) (Suppression only) Florida only.
Application Method:
Foliar.

Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: ALIETTE WDG suppresses Alternaria spp. that cause Brown Spot. The first application should be applied in the spring at the first sign of new growth.  A second and third application should follow at 30-45 day intervals.  Apply in sufficient water and direct spray to insure thorough coverage of the susceptible foliage and fruit. 

Rate: 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above. This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

Disease: Ice-nucleating bacteria (Pseudomonas syringae, P. fluorescens, Erwinia herbicola).
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply as a spray in mid November (this allows sufficient time for the ice-nucleating bacteria to decompose before frost conditions are likely).  Thorough coverage is required.  (See note under ‘Restrictions and Limitations’.)

Rate: 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above. This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within 30 days of harvest (PHI = 30 days).
- Any combination of labeled application methods can be used, however, do not exceed a total of four applications or 20 lbs/Acre per year.
- For foliar applications do not exceed 500 GPA.
- ALIETTE WDG may be applied by ground, air, or chemigation.
- Do not graze livestock in treated groves.
- Do not feed forage from treated groves.

Note: In order to apply the correct amount of product to your groves you must know the number of gallons of water needed to spray one acre of trees to the point of drip. If you do not know this  gallonage you should conduct a test to determine it. If you do not know how to conduct such a test  with your equipment you should seek assistance from your equipment dealer or Cooperative  Extension Service.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Citrus sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small amount of foliage. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.
Note: Controlling ice-nucleating bacteria may provide some protection against light frost. ALIETTE WDG is not recommended for this use in those areas where conditions favor severe frost.

MACADAMIA NUTS*
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Phytophthora Raceme Blight in Macadamia Nuts.
Disease: Phytophthora Raceme Blight.
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 7.5 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG as a foliar spray when disease first appears.  Apply in sufficient water to thoroughtly wet the foliage.  Continue applications at 21 day intervals until conditions no longer favor disease development.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
*Not registered for use in California on Macadamia Nuts.
- Do not apply more than 30 pounds ALIETTE WDG per acre per growing season.
- Do not apply within 7 days of harvest.
- Do not allow livestock to graze on green forage or stubble.
- Do not utilize hay or straw for animal feed or bedding.
Note:  Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds.  When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended.  Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small area of foliage and fruit.  Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

*POME FRUIT CROP GROUPING (NON-BEARING)
(Trees that will not produce marketable fruit for 12 months  after the last ALIETTE WDG application.)
ALIETTE WDG applied as part of a complete disease control program will provide effective control of collar and root rot caused by Phytophthora spp.  ALIETTE WDG used in a program with other registered bactericides and recommended sanitation measures aids in the control of Fire Blight caused by Erwinia amylovora.
Disease: Fire Blight (Erwinia amylovora).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Begin applications in the spring when conditions are favorable for disease development. (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).  Adequate foliage should be available for absorption (e.g. tight cluster). Thorough coverage is required.  Reapply at 4-7 day intervals as long as conditions favor disease development. (See application note below). An additional application in the fall prior to leaf drop may be applied to reduce inoculum in newly forming bud tissue.

Disease: Phytophthora Collar and Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)

Application Method: Root Dip.
Rate: 3.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Mix ALIETTE WDG in the desired volume of water and dip the entire root system for 30-60 minutes prior to planting in the field. 

Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG on a 30-60 day interval when conditions favor disease development.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).  Thorough coverage is required.
Under moderate disease pressure apply ALIETTE WDG, 3 or 4 times at 5.0 lbs/100 gals on a 60 day spray interval or 6-8 applications at 2.5 lbs/100 gals on a 30 day interval.
Nursery tree resets and new plantings should be treated after leaf emergence.

*Pome Fruit Crop Grouping; Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Pear, Oriental Pear, Quince

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
Application Note: Do not apply more than 5.0 lbs of ALIETTE WDG per acre per application. Do not exceed 20 lbs per acre per season. Applications for Fire Blight and Blister Spot control should occur early in the season. Applications for Phytophthora spp. control should be delayed until 30 days after last Fire Blight or Blister Spot application.
Do not graze livestock on floor of treated orchards. The use of ALIETTE WDG on Pome Fruit is restricted to protect endangered fresh water mollusks and their habitat. In the following states and counties, the use rate is limited to a maximum of 3.75 pounds product (3 lbs ai) per acre per application:
IL: Adams, Pike
VA: Botetourt, Wise
MN: Washington, Winowa
VT: Windsor
OH: Washington, Wayne
WI: Crawford, Richland, Vernon
TN: Cocke
WV:  Monroe
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETT WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Pome fruit sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small amount of foliage. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

*POME FRUIT CROP GROUPING (BEARING)
ALIETTE WDG applied as part of a complete disease control program will provide effective control of collar and root rot caused by Phytophthora spp and Apple Blister Spot caused by Pseudomonas syringae. ALIETTE WDG used in a program with other registered bactericides and recommended sanitation measures aids in the control of Fire Blight caused by Erwinia amylovora.

Disease: Fire Blight (Erwinia amylovora).
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin applications in the spring when conditions are favorable for disease development. (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).  Adequate foliage should be available for absorption (e.g. tight cluster). Thorough coverage is required.  Reapply at 4-7 day intervals only as long as conditions favor Fire Blight development (See application note below).
An additional application in the fall prior to leaf drop may be applied to reduce inoculum in newly forming bud tissue.

Rate: 0.5 - 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above.
This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 2.5-5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

Disease: Apple Blister Spot (Pseudomonas syringae).
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin applications when blossoms are at the pink stage.  Make additional applications at 7 day intervals only as long as conditions favor Blister Spot development (See application note below).

Rate: 0.5 - 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above.
This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 2.5-5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

Disease: Phytophthora Collar and Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG on a 30-60 day interval when conditions favor disease development.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).  Thorough coverage is required. Under moderate disease pressure apply ALIETTE WDG, 3 or 4 times at 5.0 lbs/Acre on a 60 day spray interval or 6-8 applications at 2.5 lbs/Acre on a 30 day interval.

Rate: 0.5 - 1.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as instructed above.
This volumetric concentration is derived from a per acre foliar application rate of 2.5-5 lbs of ALIETTE WDG diluted in 500 gals of water.

*Pome Fruit Crop Grouping; Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Pear, Oriental Pear, Quince 
RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within 14 days of harvest (PHI = 14 days).
- Do not apply within 2-3 weeks of leaf senescence.
- Do not exceed 500 GPA.
Application Note: Do not apply more than 5.0 lbs of ALIETTE WDG per acre per application. Do not exceed 20 lbs per acre per season. Applications for Fire Blight and Blister Spot control should occur early in the season. Applications for Phytophthora spp. control should be delayed until 30 days after last Fire Blight or Blister Spot application.
Do not graze livestock on floor of treated orchards.
Note: In order to apply the correct amount of product to your groves you must know the number of gallons of water needed to spray one acre of trees to the point of drip. If you do not know this  gallonage you should conduct a test to determine it. If you do not know how to conduct such a test with your equipment you should seek assistance from your equipment dealer or Cooperative Extension Service.
The use of ALIETTE WDG on Pome Fruit is restricted to protect endangered fresh water mollusks and their habitat. In the following states and counties, the use rate is limited to a maximum of 3.75 pounds product (3 lbs ai) per acre per application:
IL: Adams, Pike
VA: Botetourt, Wise
MN: Washington, Winowa
VT: Windsor
OH: Washington, Wayne
WI: Crawford, Richland, Vernon
TN: Cocke
WV: Monroe
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Pome fruit sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small amount of foliage and fruit. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

*STONE FRUIT CROP GROUPING (NON-BEARING) 
ALMONDS (NON-BEARING)
(Trees that will not produce marketable fruit for 12 months after the last ALIETTE WDG application)
ALIETTE WDG applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices will provide effective control of collar and root rot caused by Phytophthora spp. and Almond pruning-wound canker caused by Phytophthora syringae.
Disease: Phytophthora Collar and Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG when conditions favor disease development (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist) and continue on a 60 day interval.
Nursery tree resets and new plantings should be treated after leaf emergence.

Disease: Almond pruningwound canker (Phytophthora syringae).
Application Method: Paint or Spray.
Rate: 3.0 - 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as a paint or spray to the pruning wound area in a sufficient volume to thoroughly wet the entire wound surface.  Under severe disease conditions (e.g. active canker lesion), the higher rate should be used.
For small volume applications, mix 0.5-0.8 oz (3.0-4.5 level tablespoons) product per gallon of water.  This is equivalent to 3-5 lbs per 100 gals.

*Stone Fruit Crop Grouping: Apricot, Cherry (sour and sweet), Nectarine, Peach, Plum, Chickasaw Plum, Damson Plum, Japanese Plum, Plumcot, Prune (fresh)
RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply more than 5.0 lbs of ALIETTE WDG per acre per application.
- Do not exceed 20 lbs per acre per year.
- Do not exceed four applications per year.
- Do not exceed 100 GPA.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small amount of foliage. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

BLUEBERRY*
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG Fungicide is effective in controlling Phytophthora root rot (Phytophthora spp.) of blueberries.
Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.); Anthracnose Fruit Rot (Colletotrichum gloeosporioides); Alternaria Fruit Rot (Alternaria tenuissima) suppression only; Phomopsis Canker (Phomopsis spp.) suppression only.
Application Method:
Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin foliar sprays in the spring at approximately the pink bud stage and continue on a 14-21 day interval.  Use a sufficient volume of water for good coverage.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
* Not registered for use in California on Blueberries.
- Applications can be made on the same day as harvest (PHI = 12 hours).
- Do not exceed 20 lbs per acre per year.
- Do not exceed four applications per year.
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Blueberry sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few bushes. Evaluate  3-7 days later for adverse effects.

CANEBERRY SUBGROUP* (Rubus spp.)
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Phytophthora root rot (Phytophthora spp.) of caneberries.
Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: In new plantings, ALIETTE WDG applications should begin when plants produce 1-3 inches of new growth.  Applications in established plantings should begin when conditions favor disease development (e.g., high soil moisture and cool temperatures). 
Apply ALIETTE WDG in sufficient water to thoroughly wet the foliage.
WEST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Fall Application:  Apply when conditions favor disease development (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist) and then repeat, if necessary, in 3-4 weeks.
Spring Application:  Apply the first spray after bud break (1-3 inches new growth) and a second spray 3-4 weeks later.
EAST OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS
Begin application in the spring after bud break (1-3 inches new growth) and continue spraying on a 45-60 day schedule, up to a maximum of four sprays during the growing season.

* Caneberry Subgroup: Blackberry, Loganberry, Red and Black Raspberry, cultivars and/or hybrids of these

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within 60 days of harvest (PHI = 60 days).
- Under severe disease pressure four applications per year should be used. (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist.)
- The last fall application should be applied at least 30 days prior to leaf drop.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Caneberry sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few bushes. Evaluate  3-7 days later for adverse effects.

CRANBERRY
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling root rot caused by Phytophthora spp.
Disease: Phytophthora Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply as a foliar spray when conditions become favorable for disease development. Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist.  Continue applications on a 30 day interval.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Not currently registered in California.
- Do not apply within 3 days of harvest (PHI = 3 days).
- Do not exceed 20 lbs per acre per year.
- Do not exceed four applications per year.
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds.  When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended.  Cranberry sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few bushes.  Evaluate  3-7 days later for adverse effects.

GRAPES*
(For Use East of the Rocky Mountains Only)
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Grape Downy Mildew (Plasmopara viticola).
ALIETTE WDG should be applied to grapes in accordance with the table below:
Disease: Grape Downy Mildew (Plasmopara viticola).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 3.0 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply as a foliar spray when conditions become favorable for disease development  (e.g. high moisture and moderate temperatures). Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist.  Continue applications on a 21 day interval.  Use a sufficient volume of water for good coverage.
The lower rates of ALIETTE WDG can be used when tank mixed with another fungicide labeled on grapes for downy mildew control.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
* Not registered for use in California on Grapes.
- For Use East of the Rocky Mountains Only
- Do not exceed 7 applications per season.
- Do not apply within 15 days of harvest (PHI = 15 days).
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds.  When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended.  Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small area of foliage and fruit.  Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

STRAWBERRY
ALIETTE WDG Fungicide is effective in controlling Red Stele caused by Phytophthora fragariae and Leather Rot caused by P. cactorum when used in conjunction with good cultural management practices.
Disease: Red Stele (Phytophthora fragariae).

Application Method: Dip.
Rate: 2.5 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as a pre-plant dip to strawberry roots and crowns for 15-30 minutes.  Plant within 24 hours after dipping.  The dip application can be used for both annual and perennial varieties.

Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program:
Annual planting: 
Begin applications 14-21 days after planting and continue on a 30-60 day interval as long as conditions favor disease development.
Perennial planting:  In the spring, begin applications when the plants start active growth.  If disease conditions continue to persist or reoccur make additional applications on a 30-60 day interval.
If using Red Stele susceptible strawberry varieties or if disease pressure is heavy, the shorter (30 day) time interval, high rates (4.0 to 5.0 lbs/Acre) and maximum number of applications should be used. (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).

Disease: Leather Rot (Phytophthora cactorum).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin applications between 10% bloom and early fruit set and continue on a 7-14 day interval as long as conditions are favorable for disease development.
When disease pressure is heavy  the shorter (7 days) time interval, high rates (4.0 to 5.0 lbs/Acre) and maximum number of applications should be used.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Applications can be made on the same day as harvest (PHI = 12 hours).
- Do not apply by fixed wing or rotary aircraft.
- Do not exceed 30 lbs product per acre per season.

The use of ALIETTE WDG on Strawberries is restricted to protect endangered fresh water mollusks and their habitat. In the following states and counties, the use rate is limited to a maximum of 3.75 pounds product (3 lbs ai) per acre per application:
AR: White
MN: Houston, Washington
IL:  Whiteside
MS: Monroe
IA:  Scott
MO: Franklin, Jefferson
IN:  Knox
NH: Cheshire, Sullivan
KY:  Campbell, Marshall,  Rockcastle, Todd, Warren
NC: Granville, Johnston
LA: Livingston, Rapides
OH: Washington
MD: Caroline, St. Mary’s
WI: Iowa, St. Croix, Trempealeau

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE® WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG.)
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Strawberry sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

ASPARAGUS
ALIETTE WDG will provide effective control of Asparagus Spear Slime and Crown Rot caused by Phytophthora spp.
Disease: Asparagus Spear Slime and Crown Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG once per season. ALIETTE WDG should be applied to fully expanded asparagus ferns.  Do not apply to ferns that are beginning to senesce. Thorough coverage is required.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- FOR USE IN CALIFORNIA ONLY
- Do not apply within 110 days of harvest (PHI = 110 days).
- Do not exceed 50 GPA.

*BRASSICA CROP GROUPING
When applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices ALIETTE WDG will provide effective control of Downy Mildew caused by Peronospora para sitica. 
Disease: Downy Mildew (Peronospora parasitica).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.0 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program:  Apply ALIETTE WDG when conditions favor disease development (e.g., high moisture and moderate temperatures) and continue on a 7-21 day interval.  Use a sufficient volume of water for good coverage.
The lower rates of ALIETTE WDG (2.0-3.0 lbs/Acre) can be used when tank mixed with another fungicide (other than copper) which is labeled for downy mildew control.  When used alone, apply ALIETTE WDG at 3.0-5.0 lbs/Acre.
With moderate to high disease pressure the higher rates of ALIETTE WDG and a shorter spray interval should be used.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).

*Brassica Crop Grouping: Broccoli, Broccoli Raab (rapini), Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Chinese Broccoli (gai lon), Chinese Cabbage (Bok Choy), Chinese Cabbage (Napa),  Chinese Mustard Cabbage (Gai Choy), Cauliflower, Cavalo Broccolo, Collards, Kale, Kohlrabi, Mizuna, Mustard Greens, Mustard Spinach, Rape Greens

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within three days of harvest (PHI = 3 days).
- Do not exceed seven applications per season.
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.
Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later  for adverse effects.

*CUCURBIT CROP GROUPING
When applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices ALIETTE WDG will provide effective control of Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis) and Phytophthora Root and Fruit Rot (Phytophthora spp.).
Disease: Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora cubensis); Phytophthora Root and Fruit Rot (Phytophthora spp.)
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.0 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Begin applications when conditions favor disease development (e.g., high moisture and moderate temperatures). Continue on a 7-14 day interval.  Use a sufficient volume of water for good coverage.
The lower rates of ALIETTE WDG (2.0-3.0 lbs/Acre) can be used when tank mixed with another fungicide (other than copper) labeled for downy mildew control.  When used alone, apply ALIETTE WDG at 3.0-5.0 lbs/Acre.
With moderate to high disease pressure the higher rates of ALIETTE WDG and a shorter spray interval should be used.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist.)

*Cucurbit Crop Grouping: Chinese Waxgourd, Citron Melon, Cucumber, Gherkin, Gourd (Edible), Momordica spp (Balsam Apple, Balsam Pear, Bitter Melon, Chinese Cucumber), Muskmelon, Pumpkin, Summer and Winter Squash, Watermelon

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Applications can be made on the same day as harvest (PHI = 12 hours).
- Do not exceed seven applications per season.

The use of ALIETTE WDG on Cucurbits is restricted to protect endangered fresh water mollusks and their habitat. In the following states and counties, the use rate is limited to a maximum of 3.75 lbs product (3 lbs ai) per acre per application:
AL: Hale, Jackson, Lauderdale, Marshall, Morgan, Washington 
MD: Caroline
MN: Chisago, Washington
AR: Clay, Craighead, Lawrence, Mississippi, St. Francis, Saline, Sharp, White, Woodruff  
MS: Monroe
MO: Butler, Cedar, Dunklin, Franklin, Jefferson, Ripley, St. Louis
IL: Gallatin, Mercer, Whiteside
NC: Franklin, Granville, Johnston, Nash, Pitt
IA: Allamakee, Louisa, Muscatine
OH: Williams, Washington
IN: Knox
TN: Blount, Lincoln
KY: Hart, Logan, Marshall, Warren
VA:  Botetourt
LA:  Rapides, St. Helena
VT: Windsor

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later  for adverse effects.
NOTE: Applications of ALIETTE WDG Fungicide for Downy Mildew or Phytophthora Root and Fruit Rot control will provide moderate suppression of whitefly (Bemisia spp.) populations. ALIETTE WDG Fungicide only suppresses whitefly populations. In most locations where whiteflies are a problem suitable insecticide applications will also be required to minimize damage.

*LEAFY VEGETABLES (except Brassica vegetables) CROP GROUPING
ALIETTE WDG applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices will provide effective control of Downy Mildew (Bremia lactucae, Peronospora spp.) on leafy vegetables (except brassica vegetables). ALIETTE® WDG effectively controls White Rust (Albugo occidentalis) on spinach.
Disease: Downy Mildew (Bremia lactucae, Peronospora spp.); White Rust (Albugo occidentalis) (Spinach only).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.0 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG when conditions favor disease development (e.g.: high moisture and moderate temperatures) and continue on a 7-21 day interval.  Use a sufficient volume of water for good coverage. The lower rates of ALIETTE WDG (2.0-3.0 lbs/Acre) can be used when tank mixed with another fungicide (other than copper) labeled for downy mildew control.  When used alone, apply ALIETTE WDG at 3.0-5.0 lbs/Acre. With moderate to heavy  disease pressure the higher rates of ALIETTE WDG and a shorter spray interval should be used.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist.)

*Leafy Vegetable (except Brassica vegetables) Crop Grouping: Amaranth, Arugula (Roquette), Cardoon, Celery, Celery (Chinese), Celtuce, Chervil, Chrysanthemum (Edible Leaved, Garland), Corn Salad, Cress (Garden, Upland), Dandelion, Dock (Sorrel), Endive (Escarole), Fennel (Florence), Lettuce (Head and Leaf), Orach, Parsley, Purslane (Garden, Winter), Radicchio (Red Chicory), Rhubarb, Spinach, Spinach (New Zealand and Vine), Swiss Chard

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within three days of harvest (PHI = 3 days).
- Do not exceed seven applications per season.
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Bayer CropScience has also determined that speckling can occur when ALIETTE WDG is applied to lettuce and spinach.
To minimize the chances of speckling and phytotoxicity from solubilized copper do not tank-mix  with copper compounds. For all applications the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

ONIONS (DRY BULB):
ALIETTE WDG will provide effective control of Downy Mildew (Peronospora destructor) and suppress Purple Blotch (Alternaria porri) on onion when applied in a preventive program in conjunction with good cultural management practices.
Disease: Downy Mildew (Peronospora destructor); Purple Blotch (Alternaria porri).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.0 - 3.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program:  For optimum results, ALIETTE WDG should be used in a preventive disease control program.  Begin applications when conditions favor disease development (e.g. high humidity and cool evening temperatures) and continue on a 7-14 day interval as needed.
If disease is already present, ALIETTE WDG should be applied at the 3.0 lbs/Acre rate and at the seven day time interval.  (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within seven days of harvest (PHI = 7 days).
- Do not exceed seven applications per crop season.
- Applications by air should be in a minimum of 10 GPA
- Applications by ground should be in a minimum of 20 GPA.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Physical compatibility with ALIETTE WDG should be checked when mixing with soluble concentrate or “flowable” formulation pesticides such as Bravo 720 and Rovral 4F. Add the correct  proportions of each product and water into a clear container, thoroughly mix and then let stand for 3-5 minutes. If the mixture remains in suspension or can be remixed readily, the products are considered compatible. Buffering as described in the previous paragraph may increase compatibility.
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

TOMATO
ALIETTE WDG Fungicide will control damping off caused by Pythium spp. and root rots caused by Phytophthora spp. when used in conjunction with good cultural management practices.
Disease: Root Rot (Phytophthora spp.); Damping Off (Pythium spp.).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 - 5.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply at the 2-4 leaf stage of growth for direct seeded tomatoes or immediately after transplanting to the field.  Continue applications on a 7-14 day interval if conditions are favorable for disease development.  Apply in a sufficient volume of water to wet the entire plant canopy. 
With moderate disease pressure the higher rate (4.0 to 5.0 lbs/Acre) and shorter spray interval should be used.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within 14 days of harvest (PHI = 14 days).
- Do not exceed 20 lbs product per acre per season.
- Do not apply in less than 10 GPA.

The use of ALIETTE WDG on tomato is restricted to protect endangered fresh water mollusks and their habitat. The following is a list of the counties by state where the use of ALIETTE WDG on tomato is prohibited:
AL: Jackson, St. Clair
MD: Caroline, Queen Anne’s, St. Mary’s, Talbot 
CA: Sonoma  
IA: Louisa, Muscatine, Scott
MO: Butler, Jefferson, St. Louis
IL: Mercer, Rock Island, White, Whiteside 
NC: Granville, Johnston
OH: Williams
IN: Knox
TN: Cocke, Davidson, Grainger, Gundy, Hamilton, Knox, Meigs, Rhea, Sumner 
KY: Campbell, Green, Kenton, Wayne
LA: Rapides

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG.)
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

BANANA*
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling the root disease complex of Banana.
Disease: Root Disease Complex.

Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 6.0 lbs/Acre per application.
Application Program: Apply a maximum of four applications spread throughout the year with a minimum application interval of three months.

Application Method: Pre-flowering pseudostern injection.
Rate: 6.0 lbs/Acre per year.
Application Program: Obtain the per unit dosage by dividing the per acre rate by the number of production units per year.  Dissolve the unit dosage in water and inject into the pseudostem of plants about to flower.  (The use of a self refilling injector such as the Duomat™ Injector is recommended.)

Application Method: Post harvest pseudostern (stump) injection.
Rate: 6.0 lbs/Acre per year.
Application Program: Obtain the per unit dosage by dividing the per acre rate by the number of production units per year.  Dissolve the unit dosage in water and inject into the pseudostem (stump) left after harvesting the banana bunch.  Injections should be made about 3 feet above ground within one week after harvest.  (The use of a self refilling injector such as the Duomat™ Injector is recommended).

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
*Not registered for use in California on Bananas.
- Foliar applications should be made in a minimum of 5 gallons/Acre.
- The preharvest interval is 0 days (PHI = 0) for foliar applications.
- The preharvest interval is 1 day (PHI = 1) for pseudostem injections.

GINSENG
ALIETTE WDG will provide effective control of Phytophthora Foliar and Root Rot (Phytophthora cactorum) and suppress Alternaria Leaf Blight (Alternaria panax) when applied in conjunction with good cultural management practices.
Disease: Phytophthora Foliar and Root Rot (Phytophthora cactorum); Alternaria Leaf Blight (Alternaria panax) (Suppression only).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 5.0 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Make the first application as conditions become favorable for disease development in the spring.  Continue applications on a seven day interval as long as conditions favor disease development. (Check with your Cooperative Extension Service if you are unsure about whether these conditions exist).

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within 31 days of harvest (PHI = 31 days).
- Do not exceed nine applications per season.
- Do not apply in less than 100 GPA.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later  for adverse effects.

HOPS*
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Hop Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora humuli).
Disease: Hop Downy Mildew (Pseudoperonospora humili).
Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 2.5 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG as a directed foliar spray using ground equipment only.  When conditions are favorable for disease development (warm and humid) applications should be made as follows: (1) when shoots are 6-12 inches high; (2) after training when vines are 5-6 feet tall; (3) approximately three weeks after the second application; and (4) during bloom.  Use sufficient volume of water to insure complete coverage of foliage.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
*Not currently registered for use in California on Hops.
- Do not apply within 24 days of harvest (PHI = 24 days).
- Do not apply more than 10 lbs/Acre per growing season.
- Do not feed hop refuse to animals.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small area of foliage. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

PINEAPPLE
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Heart Rot (Phytophthora parasitica).
Disease: Heart Rot (Phytophthora parasitica).

Application Method: Dip.
Rate: 2.5 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply as a pre-plant dip immediately prior to planting.  (100 gallons is intended to treat the number of slips required to plant one acre.)

Application Method: Foliar.
Rate: 3.75 lbs/100 gals.
Application Program: Apply ALIETTE WDG to established plants when environmental conditions conducive to disease development (e.g. excessive rainfall) occur or are anticipated and continue applications at three month intervals.  Apply in sufficient water for thorough coverage.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
- Do not apply within three months of harvest (PHI = 3 months).
- Do not exceed six foliar applications.
- For foliar applications do not exceed 400 GPA.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds. When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with  ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a few plants. Evaluate 3-7 days later for adverse effects.

TOBACCO*
When used in conjunction with good cultural management practices, ALIETTE WDG is effective in controlling Blue Mold (Peronospora tabacina) on tobacco.
Disease: Blue Mold (Peronospora tabacina).
Application Method: Foliar.

Rate: 0.5 lb/50 gallons of water.
Application Program: For greenhouse, planthouse, and outdoor transplant bed use:
Phytotoxicity warning: Aliette can cause leaf burn if washed into the root zone or float water when other products such as Admire or other neonicotinoid insecticides (Group 4A) are also used.  Do not use on shade tobacco. To avoid crop damage, Bayer CropScience recommends the following:
1. Apply a low-volume broadcast foliar spray in a spray volume that gives coverage of the foliage but does not overly contact the soil or float water. Use 3 gallons of the spray solution per 1000 sq ft for small plants. Increase the volume as the plants grow to a maximum of 12 gallons of the spray solution per 1000 sq ft.
2. Wait until the following day to irrigate to allow Aliette to be absorbed into the foliage and to avoid washing Aliette into the soil or float water. Insecticide applications that require a wash down to the soil should be made prior to the Aliette application. Begin applications preventatively or at first sign of blue mold. Apply every 5 to 7 days.  Do not exceed 2 applications.  Do not exceed 0.6 lb product/1000 sq ft. per application or 1.2 lb product/1000 sq ft. per season.

Rate: 2.5 - 4.0 lbs/Acre.
Application Program: For field use: 
Use the 2.5 lbs rate for light infestations, when ALIETTE WDG is used in a program of multiple applications, or when used in a tank mix with another fungicide registered for blue mold control.
Use the 4.0 lbs rate for situations not listed above or for moderate to heavy infestations.
Spray Volume:  Minimum of 20 gallons per acre on newly transplanted tobacco.  Increase the total spray volume by 20 gallons per acre for each week of growth in the field until reaching a maximum of 100 gallons per acre.
Apply with a tractor mounted boom sprayer with nozzles adjusted to give complete and thorough coverage of the foliage.  In order to ensure effective coverage on larger plants, increasing the number of spray nozzles as spray volumes increase will maximize disease control.
Make the first application immediately following transplanting in the field.  Continue with applications on a 7 to 10 day schedule until 3 days before harvest (3 day PHI). Do not exceed 4 lb product/Acre per application or 20 lb product/Acre per season.

RESTRICTIONS AND LIMITATIONS:
* Not currently registered for use in California on Tobacco.
- Do not use on shade tobacco as phytotoxicity may occur.
- Do not apply within 3 days of harvest (PHI=3 days)
- Do not exceed a total of 2 greenhouse/transplant bed applications or 5 field applications per season.
- Do not use less than 10 GPA for aerial application. Aerial application may result in reduced control due to lack of canopy penetration and coverage. It should only be used in situations where ground application is impossible.

Note: Bayer CropScience has determined that Aliette can in some situations cause phytotoxicity in the greenhouse if it is taken up into the plant through the roots. The user assumes all risks with use of this product in the greenhouse. 
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds.  When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
Adjuvants which enhance pesticide penetration may cause phytotoxicity when mixed with   ALIETTE WDG.
Mixing ALIETTE WDG with surfactants or foliar fertilizers is not recommended. Crop sensitivity to a particular combination should be determined by spraying a small area of foliage. Evaluate 3-7  days later for adverse effects.

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
Read entire label before using this product.

Do not apply this product in a way that will contact workers or other persons, either directly or through drift. Only protected handlers may be in the area during application. For any requirements specific to your State or Tribe, consult agency responsible for pesticide regulation.

AGRICULTURAL USE REQUIREMENTS
Use this product only in accordance with its labeling and with the Worker Protection Standard, 40 CFR part 170. This standard contains requirements for the protection of agricultural workers on farms, forests, nurseries, and greenhouses, and handlers of agricultural pesticides. It contains requirements for training, decontamination, notification, and emergency assistance. It also contains specific instructions and exceptions pertaining to the statements on this label about personal protective equipment (PPE) and restricted-entry interval. The requirements in this box only apply to uses of this product that are covered by the Worker Protection Standard.
Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the restricted entry interval of 12 hours.
PPE required for early entry to treated areas that is permitted under the Worker Protection Standard and that involves contact with anything that has been treated, such as plants, soil, or water, is:  coveralls, chemical-resistant gloves (made of any waterproof material, such as polyvinyl chloride, nitrile rubber, or butyl rubber),  shoes plus socks, and protective eyewear. 

STORAGE AND DISPOSAL

Do not contaminate water, food or feed by storage or disposal.
PESTICIDE STORAGE: Store in original container and keep tightly closed. Store in a cool dry area.
PESTICIDE DISPOSAL: Pesticide wastes are acutely hazardous. Improper disposal of excess pesticide, spray mixture, or rinsate is a violation of Federal Law. If these wastes cannot be disposed of by use according to label instructions, contact your State Pesticide or Environmental Control Agency, or the Hazardous Waste representative at the nearest EPA Regional Office for guidance.
CONTAINER DISPOSAL: Non-refillable container. Do not reuse or refill this container. Offer for recycling, if available. Completely empty bag into application equipment. Then dispose of empty bag in a sanitary landfill or by incineration, or, if allowed by State and local authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.

DIRECTIONS THROUGH SPRINKLER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
Use of ALIETTE WDG Fungicide through chemigation is not allowed in California, except for Citrus.
Apply this product only through sprinkler irrigation systems including mini-sprinkler, drip, solid set and center pivot. Do not apply this product through any other type of  irrigation system.
SPRAY PREPARATION: Remove scale, pesticide residues, and other foreign matter from the chemical tank and entire injector system. Flush with clean water.
APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: First prepare a suspension of ALIETTE WDG in a mix tank. Fill tank with 1/2 to 3/4 the desired amount of water. Start mechanical or hydraulic agitation. Add the required amount of ALIETTE WDG, and then the remaining volume of water. Then set sprinkler to deliver 0.1 to 0.3 inch of water per acre. Start sprinkler and uniformly inject the suspension of ALIETTE WDG into the irrigation water line so as to deliver the desired rate per acre. The suspension of ALIETTE WDG should be injected with a positive displacement pump into the main line ahead of a right angle turn to insure adequate mixing. If you should have any other questions about calibration, you should contact State Extension Service specialists, equipment manufacturers or other experts.

NOTE: For Mini-sprinkler and Drip Irrigation Systems: When treatment with ALIETTE WDG has been completed, further field irrigation over the treated area should be avoided for 24 to 48 hours.
For Solid Set and Center Pivot Irrigation Systems: When treatment with ALIETTE WDG has been completed, further field irrigation over the treated area should be  avoided until foliage is dry to prevent washing the chemical off the crop.

GENERAL PRECAUTIONS FOR APPLICATIONS THROUGH SPRINKLER IRRIGATION SYSTEMS
Maintain continuous agitation in mix tank during mixing and application to assure a uniform suspension.
The system must contain a functional check valve, vacuum relief valve, and low pressure drain appropriately located on the irrigation pipeline to prevent water source contam ination from backflow. The pesticide injection pipeline must contain a functional,  automatic, quick-closing check valve to prevent the flow of fluid back toward the  injection pump. The pesticide injection pipeline must also contain a functional, normally closed solenoid-operated valve located on the intake side of the injection pump and  connected to the system interlock to prevent fluid from being withdrawn from the supply tank when the irrigation system is either automatically or manually shutdown. The system must contain functional interlocking controls to automatically shut off the pesticide injection pump when the water pump motor stops. The irrigation line or water pump must include a functional pressure switch which will stop the water pump motor  when the water pressure decreases to the point where pesticide distribution is  adversely affected. Systems must use a metering pump, such as a positive displacement injection pump (e.g., diaphragm pump) effectively designed and constructed of materials that are compatible with pesticides and capable of being fitted with a system interlock.
Do not apply when wind speed favors drift, when system connection or fittings leak, when nozzles do not provide uniform distribution or when lines containing the product must be dismantled and drained.
Crop injury, lack of effectiveness, or illegal pesticide residues in the crop may result from non uniform distribution of treated water.
Allow sufficient time for pesticide to be flushed through all lines and all nozzles before  turning off irrigation water. A person knowledgeable of the chemigation system and  responsible for its operation shall shut the system down and make necessary adjustments should the need arise. Do not connect an irrigation system (including  greenhouse systems) used for pesticide application to a public water system unless the label-prescribed safety devices for public water supplies are in place.

GENERAL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR FOLIAR APPLICATIONS
ALIETTE WDG Fungicide is an effective systemic product for control of various diseases when used according to the label directions.
MIXING INSTRUCTIONS
1. Fill the spray tank with 1/4 - 1/2 of the required volume of water prior to the addition of ALIETTE WDG.
2. Add ALIETTE WDG slowly to the tank and agitate by hydraulic or mechanical means.
Note:  Bayer CropScience has determined that phytotoxicity from solubilized copper may occur if products containing copper are tank-mixed with ALIETTE WDG or if unbuffered ALIETTE WDG is applied to foliage with copper residues.
Do not tank-mix with copper compounds.  When applied prior to or after copper compounds, the pH of ALIETTE WDG should be raised to 6.0 or above with the addition of an alkaline buffer such as Potassium Carbonate (3 lbs Potassium Carbonate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG) or DiAmmonium Phosphate (5 lbs DiAmmonium Phosphate to 5 lbs ALIETTE WDG).
3. Slowly add alkaline buffering agent (if needed).
CAUTION:  When Potassium Carbonate is used as a buffer Carbon Dioxide (CO2) gas is released during the buffering process. The spray tank must NOT be sealed until the CO2 release associated with the reaction subsides (approximately 5 minutes).
4. Continue to fill the tank with water to the desired volume while agitating.
5. Continue agitation when applying.

GENERAL APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS FOR TRUNK SPRAYS AND PAINTS
1. Mix ALIETTE WDG with a small volume of water. The specific rates and gallonage to use are listed under the citrus and stone fruit sections of the label.
2. Apply to wound area as a spray or paint on limbs or trunk of citrus or stone fruit trees in sufficient volume to cover the entire area to be treated.

COMPATIBILITY: 
ALIETTE WDG Fungicide is compatible with most products used in agriculture; however, crop sensitivity to these mixtures may vary. In particular, foliar fertilizers and copper products may not be compatible with ALIETTE WDG Fungicide and the combined use may cause phytotoxicity to various crops. If these combinations or others have not been used before, do not tank mix without first testing the safety of the combination (compatibility and crop phytotoxicity).
The use of spray adjuvants (e.g., stickers, spreaders, wetting agents) are not recommended with ALIETTE WDG Fungicide. However, if an adjuvant is going to be mixed with ALIETTE WDG Fungicide, it should be tested prior to use for compatibility. Due to ALIETTE WDG Fungicide’s acidic nature, do not tank mix with acid type compatibility spray adjuvants (e.g., Buffit Spray-aide, Triton AG-44M) or with adjuvants designed to enhance pesticide penetration (e.g., Herbex or Induce).
Physical compatibility with ALIETTE WDG should be checked when mixing with soluble concentrate or “flowable” formulation pesticides such as Bravo 720 and Rovral 4F. Add the correct proportions of each product and water into a clear container, thoroughly mix and then let stand for 3-5 minutes. If the mixture remains in suspension or can be remixed readily, the products are considered compatible. Buffering as described above may increase compatibility.
To determine if a combination is phytotoxic to a specific crop, spray a few plants/trees and then evaluate 3-7 days later for visual effects.

APPLICATION:
Apply ALIETTE WDG Fungicide with sufficient water volumes to obtain adequate coverage of foliage. The gallonage needed will vary by crop and growth stage. For vegetables and small fruit, do not apply ALIETTE WDG Fungicide by ground in less than 20 gals/Acre. Aerial applications for all labeled crops should not be made in less than 10 gals/Acre. To insure good coverage of tree fruit, spray to wet.

IMPORTANT: READ BEFORE USE
Read the entire Directions for Use, Conditions, Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of Liability before using this product.  If terms are not acceptable, return the unopened product container at once.
By using this product, user or buyer accepts the following Conditions, Disclaimer of Warranties and Limitations of Liability. CONDITIONS: The directions for use of this product are believed to be adequate and should be followed carefully. However, it is impossible to eliminate all risks associated with the use of this  product.  Crop injury, ineffectiveness or other unintended consequences may result because of  such factors as weather conditions, presence of other materials, or the manner of use or  application, all of which are beyond the control of Bayer CropScience.  All such risks shall be assumed by the user or buyer. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES: BAYER CROPSCIENCE MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, OF MERCHANTABILITY OR OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR OTHERWISE, THAT EXTEND BEYOND THE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS LABEL. No agent of Bayer CropScience is authorized to make any warranties beyond those  contained herein or to modify the warranties contained herein. BAYER CROPSCIENCE  DISCLAIMS ANY LIABILITY WHATSOEVER FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL OR  CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OR HANDLING OF THIS PRODUCT.
LIMITATIONS OF LIABILITY: TO THE EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, THE EXCLUSIVE REMEDY OF THE USER OR BUYER FOR ANY AND ALL LOSSES, INJURIES OR DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OR HANDLING OF THIS PRODUCT, WHETHER IN CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT, NEGLIGENCE, STRICT LIABILITY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE PAID, OR AT BAYER CROPSCIENCE'S ELECTION, THE REPLACEMENT OF PRODUCT.

Registered for culturesRatePreharvest Interval
Avocados5 lb
Citrus5 lb30
Macadamia nuts7.5 lb7
Apples2.5 - 5 lb14
Crabapples2.5 - 5 lb14
Loquat2.5 - 5 lb14
Hawthorn2.5 - 5 lb14
Pears2.5 - 5 lb14
Quince2.5 - 5 lb14
Apricots0 lb
Cherries0 lb
Nectarines0 lb
Peaches0 lb
Plums0 lb
Plumcot0 lb
Blueberries5 lb
Blackberries5 lb60
Raspberries5 lb60
Cranberries5 lb3
Grapes3 - 5 lb15
Strawberries2.5 - 5 lb
Asparagus5 lb110
Broccoli2 - 5 lb3
Rapini2 - 5 lb3
Brussels sprouts2 - 5 lb3
Cabbage2 - 5 lb3
Chinese cabbage2 - 5 lb3
Cauliflower2 - 5 lb3
Collard greens2 - 5 lb3
Chinese kale2 - 5 lb3
Lacinato kale2 - 5 lb3
Kohlrabi2 - 5 lb3
Mizuna2 - 5 lb3
Winter rape2 - 5 lb3
Spring rape2 - 5 lb3
Waxgourds2 - 5 lb
Citron melons2 - 5 lb
Cucumbers2 - 5 lb
Gherkins2 - 5 lb
Gourds2 - 5 lb
Melons2 - 5 lb
Pumpkins2 - 5 lb
Squash2 - 5 lb
Watermelon2 - 5 lb
Amaranth2 - 5 lb3
Arugula2 - 5 lb3
Cardoon2 - 5 lb3
Celery2 - 5 lb3
Celtuce2 - 5 lb3
Chervil2 - 5 lb3
Cress2 - 5 lb3
Sorrels2 - 5 lb3
Endive2 - 5 lb3
Fennel2 - 5 lb3
Lettuce2 - 5 lb3
Parsley2 - 5 lb3
Radicchio2 - 5 lb3
Rhubarbs2 - 5 lb3
Spinach2 - 5 lb3
New zealand spinach2 - 5 lb3
Chard2 - 5 lb3
Onions2 - 3 lb7
Tomatoes2.5 - 5 lb14
Bananas0 lb1
Ginseng0 lb31
Hops2.5 lb24
Pineapples0 lb84
Tobacco2.5 - 4 lb3
Almonds0 lb
Loganberry5 lb60
Chinese broccoli2 - 5 lb3
Mustard greens2 - 5 lb3
Mustard spinach2 - 5 lb3
Momordica charantia2 - 5 lb
Chinese cucumber2 - 5 lb
Orach, atriplex2 - 5 lb3
Loganberry5 lb60
Chinese broccoli2 - 5 lb3
Mustard greens2 - 5 lb3
Mustard spinach2 - 5 lb3
Momordica charantia2 - 5 lb
Chinese cucumber2 - 5 lb
Orach, atriplex2 - 5 lb3