Before using this product, carefully read and follow all label precautions and directions. InLine is a multi-purpose liquid fumigant for preplant treatment of cropland soil that can be used as part of a nematode and disease management program involving crop rotation, planting resistant varieties, and other cultural practices designed to reduce nematode and disease pressure. InLine may be applied as a preplant soil treatment as part of a management program to aid in reducing the damaging effects of certain soil borne diseases [soil rot (soil pox) of sweet potatoes; granville (bacterial) wilt, black root rot, black shank diseases of tobacco; verticillium wilt of strawberries, cole crops and mint, pink root of onions, pod rot of peanuts, fusarium crown and root rot of tomatoes]. This is not a complete list of crops and soil borne diseases. Consult your crop advisor for recommendations on specific soil borne diseases. InLine may be applied as a preplant soil treatment as part of a management program to control and aid in reducing the damaging effects of certain soil pests; plant parasitic nematodes (root-knot, root lesion, citrus, cyst formers, golden, sugarbeet, soybean, burrowing, lance, reniform, ring, spiral, sting, pin, stubby root, dagger and certain others); symphylans (garden centipedes) and wireworms.
Apply InLine as a preplant application through surface and/or buried drip (drip lines buried at least 5 inches below soil surface) irrigation systems. Use of a tarp seal is mandatory for all applications of this product except when conducting a multiple crop application with previously perforated tarp (multiple crop application with previously perforated tarp not applicable in California). Before fumigation, soil sampling for the type and number of pests present is recommended. In fields where pre-treatment soil samples indicate the presence of high population levels of nematodes, a successful fumigation cannot be expected to eradicate entire populations. Therefore, post-treatment (mid-season and/or preharvest) sampling is recommended to determine the need for additional pest management practices.
Consult State Agricultural Experiment Station or Extension Service specialists for information on other practices such as post-harvest destruction of crop residues, weed control or other cultural practices, and use of nematode resistant crop varieties that may aid in reducing crop losses from soil borne pests.
|Registered for cultures
|29 - 84 gal
|29 - 84 gal