Forcontrol of insect pests in alfalfa, canola, cole crops, corn, cotton, fruiting vegetables, legume vegetables, lettuce, onion, peanut, pome fruits, rice, sorghum (grain), soybean, stone fruits, sugarcane, sunflower, tobacco, tree nuts including pecans, wheat, triticale, conifer and deciduous trees (plantations, nurseries and seed orchards) and non-cropland areas adjacent to crops
Prolex insecticide is a microencapsulated synthetic pyrethroid insecticide that controls insects by contact and ingestion.Prolex is intended for control of insect pests in alfalfa, canola, cole crops, corn, cotton, fruiting vegetables, legume vegetables, lettuce, onion, peanut, pomefruits, rice, grain sorghum, soybean, stone fruits, sugarcane, sunflower, tobacco, tree nuts including peyans, wheat, triticale, conifer and deciduous trees (plantations, nurseries and seed orchards) and non-cropland areas adjacent to crops
General Use Precautions and Restrictions
Initial and residual insect control is contingent upon thorough crop coverage. Apply with ground or air equipment, using sufficient water to obtain full coverage of foliage. Apply in a minimum of 2 gallons per acre by air or 10 gallons per acre by ground unless otherwise specified in this label. When foliage is dense or pest pressure is high (heavier insect or egg pressure, larger larval stages), use of higher application volumes and/or higher label use rates may improve initial and residual control. For cutworm control, Prolex may be applied before, during, or after planting. For soil incorporated applications, use higher rates in rate range for improved control.
Some insects are known to develop resistance to products used repeatedly for control. Because the development of resistance cannot be predicted, the use of this product should conform to resistance management strategies established for the use area. Consult your local or State agricultural authorities for details. . .
If resistance to this product develops in your area, this product, or other products with a similar mode of action, may not provide adequate control. If poor performance cannot be attributed to improper application or extreme weather conditions, a resistant strain of insect may be present. If you experience difficulty with control and resistance is a reasonable cause, immediately consult your local company representative or agricultural advisor for the best alternative method of control for your area.
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