The label for Malathion 85E has been amended for berry crops

Spotted wing drosophila

The label for Malathion 85E has been amended via User Requested Minor Use Label Expansion (URMULE) for bushberries including blueberries and haskaps (Crop Subgroup 13-07B), caneberries including raspberries and blackberries (Crop Subgroup 13-07A), low-growing berries including strawberries (Crop Subgroup 13-07G) and sweet and tart cherries. 

 

The table below summarizes the changes to the label:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The increased use rate changes the level of control for Malathion 85E from suppression to control.  The Restricted Entry Intervals (REI) and Pre-harvest Intervals (PHI) remain the same.

 

Source:  ON Fruit blog June 30, 2021

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