movento insecticide - 2012 grape mealybug management guide

Movento Insecticide - 2012 Grape Mealybug Management Guide
Movento Insecticide - 2012 Grape Mealybug Management Guide
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Movento Insecticide post-harvest application for grapes provides a high level of residual and protection of new plant growth. By using Movento, the population of overwintering mealybugs decreases. For more information visit: http://www.bayercropscience.us/products/insecticides/movento/

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  • BCS_MOV_C2_1257_R1.indd 10-12-2012 3:04 PMSaved at NonePrinted At Client Bayer Crop ScienceMedia Type BulletinLive 8 x 10.5Trim 8.5 x 11Bleed 9 x 11.5Job Title 2012 Movento Mealybug Technical BulletinPubs NoneAd Code None

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    Movento is a fully systemic insecticide that actively moves through xylem and phloem tissues to reach the site where mealybugs feed. An actively growing vine is essential for the movement of Movento throughout the plant. Post-harvest and fall applications of Movento have been shown to reduce the population of overwintering mealybugs. To optimize the performance of Movento when applied after harvest, follow the guidelines below.

    CROP AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS

    t Canopy conditions t Green and healthy leaves

    t Intact leaves, free from damage and prior to senescence

    t Free of physical barriers such as dust or honeydew

    t Weather conditions Use when projected daily highs will be above 80 F for three weeks following application

    t Applications should follow a post-harvest irrigation

    t Rainfastness Allow two hours when an aggressive adjuvant is used; allow more time when a less aggressive adjuvant is used

    PRODUCT GUIDELINES

    t Use Rate: 6 to 8 fl. oz./a, 12.5 fl. oz./a maximum per 12-month period

    t pH requirements Buffer to a pH of 7 or below

    t Coverage Use sufficient spray volume to achieve good coverage of canopy while avoiding runoff

    t Adjuvant t Methylated Seed Oil (MSO) blend or nonionic surfactant

    with spreading and penetrating properties (use a rate that will aid leaf penetration)

    t Avoid adjuvants/additives that could cause the spray solution to sheet off the leaf

    BENEFITS OF MOVENTO

    t Acropetal and basipetal (dual-direction) systemic activity provides excellent pest control in dense crop canopies and on plant roots

    t High level of residual efficacy and protection of new plant growth

    t Reduced fecundity of treated females and reduced survival of offspring

    t Speed of activity faster than Insect Growth Regulators (IGRs)

    t Mode of action is ideal for incorporation into resistance management strategies

    t Minimal risk to natural predators, making it an ideal addition to Integrated Pest Management (IPM) programs

    POST-HARVEST APPLICATIONS FOR MEALYBUG MANAGEMENT IN GRAPES

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    RESISTANCE MANAGEMENTMovento does not exhibit cross-resistance to insecticides from other chemical classes. To prevent or delay the development of resistance, it is recommended that Movento be applied in a block or window approach where chemical classes having a different mode of action are utilized in rotational sequences.

    GOOD IPM COMPATIBILITYMovento is ideal for IPM programs because it does not harm beneficial insects including predacious bugs, parasitic wasps, lacewings and ladybird beetles.

    SHOOTS TO ROOTSMovento spreads to areas of new growth up and down throughout the plant system.

    Please consult product label for more information.

    Bayer CropScience LP, 2 TW Alexander Drive, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709. Bayer (regd), the Bayer Cross (regd), and Movento are registered trademarks of Bayer. Always read and follow label instructions. Not all products are registered for use in every state. For additional product information, call toll-free 1-866-99-BAYER (1-866-992-2937) or visit our Web site at www.BayerCropScience.us. CR0812MOVENTA032V00R0

    EPA Reg. No: 264-1050

    Restricted Use: No

    Posting Required: No

    Signal Word: Caution

    Restricted Entry Interval: 24 hours

    NOI Required: No

    Closed System: No

    Pre-harvest Interval (PHI): 7 days

    Mode of Action: Lipid Biosynthesis Inhibitor (LBI)IRAC Mode of Action Group 23

    PPE:Long-sleeved shirt and long pants, protective eyewear, chemical-resistant gloves,

    shoes plus socks

    Movento Quick Facts Common Name Use RateCropControlled:

    Mealybugs, phylloxera, white!ies

    Suppressed:European fruit lecanium scale, nematodes

    Grapes 6 to 8 !. oz./a

    Pests Controlled or Suppressed by Movento

    IMPORTANT: This bulletin is not intended to provide adequate information for use of these products. Read the label before using these products. Observe all label directions and precautions while using these products.

    FORMULATIONMovento is formulated as a two-pound active ingredient per gallon suspension concentrate (SC) product. Movento must be tank-mixed with a spray adjuvant/additive having spreading and penetrating properties to maximize leaf uptake and systemicity of the active ingredient within treated plants.

    TIMING AND SPRAY COVERAGEMovento is most effective when applied as a preventative or threshold treatment. Good coverage of the target plant parts, based on the size and density of the treated crop, is recommended to facilitate maximum uptake by leaf surfaces.

    For product labels and additional information, visit Movento.us.

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