Dimethoate 400 Insecticide
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling.
This product is for use in commercial settings only. Use in residential settings is prohibited.
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 agency responsible for pesticide regulation.
BEFORE USING, READ WARNING STATEMENTS ON CONTAINER LABEL This product is for use in conventional hydraulic sprayers, ground applicators, aerial sprayers and listed chemigation equipment. Do not apply when weather conditions favor drift of spray from treated areas. Repeat applications as necessary unless otherwise specified. Consult your state experiment station or state extension service for proper timing of applications. Dimethoate- 400 has systemic and- contact activity against a broad spectrum of piercing, sucking and chewing insects.
COMPATIBILITY: Dimethoate 400 is compatible in spray tank mixes with most insecticides, miticides, and fungicides, provided they are not alkaline in reaction.
FOR PROPER MIXING, SPRAY TANK MUST BE AT LEAST THREE-QUARTERS FILLED WITH WATER BEFORE ADDING DIMETHOATE 400. MECHANICAL AGITATION OR RECIRCULATION THROUGH PUMP BYPASS TO TANK IS USUALLY SUFFICIENT FOR MAINTAINING A GOOD DISPERSION.
To increase the consistency and performance of Dimethoate 400 when less than ideal water conditions exist (when pH is greater than 7), use LI 700 at 1.0 pint per 100 gallons of spray mixture.
Spray tank mixtures of Dimethoate 400 with alkaline insecticides and fungicides should be applied promptly.
ODOR: Dimethoate 400 formulations may produce a distinctive odor during the spray operation, but under normal conditions this odor does not persist.
Aerial Applications: Apply at least 1.0 gallon of finished spray per acre. Apply at least 5.0 gallons of finished spray per acre in California. Automatic flagging devices should be used whenever feasible. If human flaggers are employed, they must wear the protective clothing and respirator specified on this label.
Ground Applications: Use water for dilution and apply at least 5.0 gallons of finished spray per acre unless otherwise directed.
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