For foliar applications to bulb, legume (except soybeans) and tuberous and corm vegetables; cotton; oil seed crops; peanuts; tobacco and tree nuts for pest management of sucking and chewing insects that can vector certain plant diseases, aiding in optimization of the crop's potential.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. 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 the State or Tribal agency responsible for pesticide regulation.
• Do not make ground applications within 25’ or aerial applications within 50’ of lakes, rivers, reservoirs, permanent streams, marshes, natural ponds, estuaries or coastal areas. Do not cultivate within 25’ of these aquatic areas to allow growth of a vegetative filter strip.
• Do not treat plants grown for transplanting. Not for use in nurseries, plant propagation houses, or greenhouses by commercial transplant producers on plants being grown for transplanting.
• Do not apply DuPont BENEVIA to the soil or through drip irrigation systems.
• May be used on crops on this label grown for seed production.
• Do not use in residential areas.
• Do not apply BENEVIA insect control through any irrigation system unless specified in the crop section of this label or in supplemental labeling.
• Unless otherwise stated for a specific crop, do not apply a total of more than 0.4 lb ai/A of DuPont CYAZYPYR or yantraniliprole containing products per year. This is the total from all application methods (eg. seed, soil, foliar).
BENEVIA must be used in accordance with the directions for use on this label, in separately issued labeling or exemptions under FIFRA (Supplemental Labels, Special Local Need Registrations, FIFRA Section 18 exemptions, FIFRA 2(ee) Bulletins), or as otherwise permitted by FIFRA. Always read the entire label, including the Limitation of Warranty and Liability.
BENEVIA is an oil dispersion that can be applied as a foliar spray on labeled crops or by overhead chemigation in potatoes and bulb vegetables to control listed insects. BENEVIA is specially formulated for maximum performance by foliar applications in bulb, legume (except soybeans) and tuberous and corm vegetables; cotton; oil seed crops; peanuts; tobacco and tree nuts. Do not apply directly to the soil or through drip irrigation as doing so may damage the plant root system. BENEVIA is mixed with water for application. BENEVIA is a member of the anthranilic diamide class of insecticides with a novel mode of action acting on insect
ryanodine receptors. Although BENEVIA has contact activity, it is most effective through ingestion of treated plant material. After exposure to BENEVIA, affected insects will rapidly stop feeding, become paralyzed, and typically die within 1 - 3 days, reducing both direct damage and the transmission of some insect transmitted diseases. Early season applications of BENEVIA improve crop establishment and growth vigor by controlling a range of pests that attack seedlings. Time applications to the most susceptible insect pest stage, typically at egg hatch and/or newly hatched larvae or nymphs, before populations reach damaging levels. When pest populations are high, use the highest listed application rate for that pest. For best results when targeting control of sucking pests, begin applications when insect populations first appear. BENEVIA has preventative activity, but low curative activity for sucking pests
Apply at the specified rates when insect populations reach locally determined action thresholds. For best results with sucking pests, begin applications when insects first appear. Consult the cooperative extension service, professional consultants or other qualified authorities for local pest management guidelines in your area. Apply follow-up treatments of BENEVIA, as specified, to keep pest populations under threshold limits. Refer to the Resistance Management section of this label for further guidance on follow-up treatments. See individual crop sections of this label for specific minimum spray intervals. Use sufficient water to obtain thorough, uniform coverage. BENEVIA may be applied by: foliar ground (including overhead chemigation in potatoes and bulb vegetables), or aerial application equipment. BENEVIA may be applied via overhead sprinkler chemigation systems on potatoes and bulb vegetables. Use of the highest labeled rate for the specified pest may be necessary when making overhead chemigation applications. For aerial application use the following directions unless otherwise specified in specific crop/pest sections of this label or other supplemental labeling: use a minimum of 5 gallons per acre (gpa) of water for bulb vegetables, cotton, oil seed crops and tuberous and corm vegetables and use 10 gallons per acre (gpa) for tree nuts. Use of the highest labeled rate for a specified pest may be necessary when making aerial applications. For foliar ground applications use the following directions, unless otherwise specified in specific crop/pest sections of this label or other supplemental labeling: use a minimum of 10 gal per acre (gpa) of water for bulb vegetables, cotton, oilseed crops and tuberous and corm vegetables and use a minimum of 30 gallons per acre (gpa) for tree nuts. Use of Adjuvants - In some situations where coverage is difficult to achieve such as closed canopy, dense foliage, plants with waxy leaf surfaces, or less than optimum applications equipment, an adjuvant may improve performance. Use a proven and recommended adjuvant that does not affect foliage and/or fruit finish. Tank mixes of BENEVIA with spreading and penetrating adjuvants can result in adverse crop response. See specific crop instructions in the following crop tables.
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