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1 _GardenTech Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate_ _18_71004_.pdf WON T HARM PLANTS, BLOOMS OR LAWNS INSECT KILLER CONCENTRATE KILLS OVER KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN Active Ingredient: By. Wt. Zeta-Cypermethrin* % Other Ingredients: % % AA080216RT 500 LISTED PESTS FOR HOME FRUIT & VEGETABLE GARDENS, ORNAMENTAL & FLOWER GARDENS, LAWNS, AND AROUND THE HOME KILLS BY CONTACT AND KEEPS PROTECTING UP TO 3 MONTHS When used as directed Except ticks ( * This product contains 0.03 pounds active ingredient per gallon.) * Cis/trans ratio: Max. 75% (±) cis and min. 25% (±) trans Net Contents: 1 Quart (946 ml)

2 PRODUCT FACTS INSECT KILLER CONCENTRATE QUICK FACTS TRUSTED BRAND FOR OVER 50 YEARS Kills by contact Visible results in minutes Allow product to dry completely before people and pets return to the lawn WHERE TO USE FRUITS & VEGETABLES KILLS Fruit and Vegetable Gardens, Ornamental Plants and Shrubs, Flowers and Ground Covers, Around Structures, Lawns Protects over 250 listed fruits and vegetables. Tomato, Pepper, Squash, Cucumber, Broccoli, Kale, Lettuce, Blackberry, Carrot Imported Cabbageworm, Cutworms, Armyworms, Flea Beetles, Stink Bugs, Whiteflies, Aphids, Japanese Beetles and other listed lawn & garden insects HOW MUCH TO USE 4 fl. oz. per gallon of water Treats 2,000 sq. ft. of lawn Open for Precautionary Statements, First Aid and Complete Directions for Use Distributed by: TechPac, L.L.C Parkwood Circle, Suite 700 Atlanta, GA, EPA Reg. No EPA Est GA-1 A, GA-1 B Subscript used is first letter of run code on container. If you have a medical emergency, please call 1-(800) AA080216RT

3 FIRST AID If Call poison control center or doctor swallowed immediately for treatment advice. Have person sip a glass of water if able to swallow. Do not induce vomiting unless told to do so by the poison control center or doctor. Do not give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. If in eyes Hold eye open and rinse slowly and gently with water for minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present, after the first 5 minutes, then continue rinsing eye. Call a poison control center or doctor for treatment advice. HOTLINE NUMBER Have the product container or label with you when calling a poison control center or doctor, or going for treatment. You may also contact for Emergency Assistance. NOTE TO PHYSICIAN Skin contact (vapor or powder) may be followed by transient tingling or numbness, usually of the face, but this subsides without treatment. This product is a pyrethroid. If large amounts have been ingested, the stomach and intestines should be evacuated. Treatment is symptomatic and supportive. For Information Regarding the Use of this Product Call PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS This pesticide is extremely toxic to fish, aquatic invertebrates, oysters and shrimp. To protect the environment, do not allow pesticide to enter or run off into storm drains, drainage ditches, gutters or surface waters. Applying this product in calm weather when rain is not predicted for the next 24 hours will help to ensure that wind or rain does not blow or wash pesticide off the treatment area. Rinsing application equipment over the treated area will help avoid run off to water bodies or drainage systems. Care should be used when spraying to avoid fish and reptile pets in/around ornamental ponds. This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on blooming crops or weeds. Do not apply this product or allow it to drift to blooming crops or weeds if bees are foraging the treatment area. DIRECTIONS FOR USE It is a violation of Federal law to use this product in a manner inconsistent with its labeling. SHAKE WELL BEFORE USING USE RESTRICTIONS Do not treat pets with this product. Do not apply this product in a way that will contact adults, children, or pets, either directly or through drift. Do not allow adults, children, or pets to enter the treated area until sprays have dried. Remove pets, birds, and cover fish aquariums before spraying. Avoid contamination of food and feedstuffs. Remove or cover exposed food and drinking water before application. Do not use in food handling establishments in which food is held, processed, prepared, and/or served. When used in the home, remove or cover dishes, utensils, food processing equipment, and food preparation surfaces or wash them before use. Do not apply directly to animals. Do not use in aircraft. FOR OUTDOOR USES All outdoor applications must be limited to spot or crack-and-crevice treatments only, except for the following permitted uses: (1) Treatment to soil or vegetation around structures; (2) Applications to lawns, turf, and other vegetation; (3) Applications to building foundations, up to a maximum height of 3 feet. Other than applications to building foundations, all outdoor applications to impervious surfaces such as sidewalks, driveways, patios, porches and structural surfaces (such as windows, doors, and eaves) are limited to spot and 2 FOR OUTDOOR USES - continued crack-and-crevice applications, only. Do not water the treated area to the point of run-off. Do not make applications during rain. Application is prohibited directly into sewers or drains, or to any area like a gutter where drainage to sewers, storm drains, water bodies, or aquatic habitat can occur. Do not allow this product to enter any drain during or after application. If you have a medical emergency, need consultation on diagnosis, therapy and analysis please call 1-(800) If you have questions relating to product use or application, please call 1-(866) If you have a product spill or transportation emergency call 1-(800) For Consumer Refund: TechPac, LLC PO Box Palatine, IL IMPORTANT Directions for Storage and Disposal Storage Keep from freezing. Keep out of reach of children and animals. Store in original containers only. Store in a cool, dry place, preferably in a locked storage area and avoid excess heat. After partial use, replace lids and close tightly. Do not put concentrate or dilute material into drink containers. Pesticide Nonrefillable container. Do not reuse or refill this Disposal container. If empty: place in trash or offer for recycling, and if available. If partly filled: Call your local solid waste Container agency for disposal instructions. Never place unused Handling product down any indoor or outdoor drain. Dealers Must Sell in Original Packages Only The Directions for Use of this product must be followed carefully. It is impossible to eliminate all risks inherently associated with the use of this product. To the extent permitted by applicable law, User agrees to hold TechPac LLC and Seller harmless for any claims relating to such factors. SPECIFIC USE DIRECTIONS Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate applied at 4 fl. oz. per gallon of water delivers a spray solution containing 0.011% zeta-cypermethrin. For all applications, this product provides control of each pest as listed in the Pest Table (see page 6). MEASURING INSTRUCTIONS PUMP-STYLE TANK SPRAYERS DIAL-STYLE HOSE-END SPRAYERS Shake well before use. Remove measuring cap and fill cap according to chart below. Pour into sprayer and add corresponding amount of water. Fl. Oz. of Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate Amount of Water 1 Quart (32 oz) ½ Gallon (64 oz) 1 Gallon (128 oz) 1½ Gallon (192 oz) 2 Gallon (256 oz) Close sprayer tightly and pressurize with hand pump. For spot applications, use a coarse spray nozzle. For larger area applications, use a fan spray nozzle. Hold tip of wand 12 inches from target area while spraying. Fill sprayer jar with enough product for the area to be treated. DO NOT ADD WATER. Close sprayer, set dial, hook to garden hose and apply. Pour any unused product back into the product's original container. Apply where insects are expected to appear or when insects or damage are seen. Repeat as necessary according to site-specific directions listed below. Apply in calm weather. Begin spraying at the farthest point of the treatment area and work backward to avoid contact with wet APPLICATION treated surfaces. INSTRUCTIONS Spray thoroughly to wet plant surfaces up to the point of runoff. Sprays must be dry in treated areas before people or pets re-enter. Do not apply to trees taller than 10 feet. Consider hiring a licensed professional. 3

4 GARDEN VEGETABLES In the table below, the Pre-Harvest Interval (PHI) refers to the minimum number of days that must pass between the date of the last application and the date of harvest. Reapply if insects return, but not more than once every seven days and according to pre-harvest interval. VEGETABLES PHI Brassica Vegetables: Broccoli, Chinese Broccoli (gai lon, white flowering broccoli), Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower, Cavalo Broccolo, Kohlrabi, Cabbage, 1 Day Chinese Cabbage (napa), Chinese Mustard Cabbage (gai choy), Broccoli Raab (rapini), Chinese Cabbage (bok choy), Collards, Kale, Mizuna, Mustard Greens, Mustard Spinach, Rape Greens, Turnip Greens Corn (sweet) 3 Days Cucurbit Vegetables: Chayote (fruit), Chinese Waxgourd (Chinese Preserving Melon), Citron Melon, Cucumber, Gherkin, Gourd (edible) (including hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese orkra), Mormordica spp. (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bitter melon, Chinese cucumber), Muskmelon (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, crenshaw melon, golden pershaw melon, 1 Day honeydew melon, honey balls, mango melon, Persian melon, pineapple melon, Santa Claus melon, and snake melon), Pumpkin, Summer Squash (includes crookneck squash, scallop squash, straightneck squash, vegetable marrow, zucchini), Winter Squash (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, acorn squash, and spaghetti squash), Watermelon (includes hybrids and varieties) Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Peas, Succulent Shelled Peas and Dried Shelled Peas: Dwarf Pea, Edible-pod Pea, Snow Pea, Sugar Snap Pea, Pigeon Pea, English Pea, Garden Pea, Green Pea, Lentil Legume Vegetables - Succulent Edible-Podded Beans, Succulent Shelled Beans, and Dried Shelled Beans: Runner Bean, Snap Bean, Wax Bean, Asparagus Bean, Chinese Longbean, Moth Bean, Yardlong Bean, Jackbean, Soybean (immature seed), Swordbean, Lima Bean, Broad Bean (Fava Bean), Black-eyed Pea, Southern Pea, Grain Lupin, Sweet Lupin, White Lupin, White Sweet Lupin, Field Bean, Kidney Bean, Navy Bean, Pinto Bean, Tepary Bean, Adzuki Bean, Catjang, Cowpea, Crowder Pea, Moth Bean, Mung Bean, Rice Bean, Urd Bean, Chickpea (Garbanzo Bean), Guar, Lablab Bean Fruiting Vegetables: Eggplant, Groundcherry (Physalis spp.), Okra, Pepino (Melon pear), Pepper (includes bell pepper, chili pepper, cooking pepper, pimento, sweet pepper), Tomatillo, Tomato Leafy Vegetables: Amaranth (leafy amaranth, Chinese spinach, tampala); Arugula (Roquette), Cardoon, Celery, Chinese Celery, Celtuce, Chervil, Chrysanthemum (edible-leaved and garland), Cilantro (not for use on cilantro grown for seed or coriander), Corn Salad, Cress (Garden, Upland (yellow rocket, winter cress)), Dandelion, Dock (sorrel), Endive (escarole), Fennel/Florence (finochio), Garden Cress, Lettuce (head and leaf), Orach, Parsley, Purslane (garden), Purslane (winter), Radicchio (red chicory), Rhubarb, Spinach (including New Zealand and vine, Malabar spinach, Indian spinach), Swiss Chard Peanuts 4 1 Day (Succulent) 21 Days (Dried) 1 Day (Succulent) 21 Days (Dried) 1 Day 1 Day 7 Days VEGETABLES PHI Root and Tuber Vegetables (except sugar beets): Arracacha, Arrowroot, Artichoke (Chinese and Jerusalem), Garden Beet, Edible Burdock, Edible Canna, Carrot, Cassava (Bitter and Sweet), Celeriac (Celery Root), Chayote (Root), Turnip-Rooted Chervil, Chicory, Chufa, 1 Day Dasheen (Taro), Ginger, Ginseng, Horseradish, Leren, Turnip-Rooted Parsley, Parsnip, Potato, Oriental Radish (Daikon), Radish, Rutabaga, Salsify (Oyster Plant), Black Salsify, Spanish Salsify, Skirret, Sweet Potato, Tanier (Cocoyam), Turmeric, Turnip, Yam Bean, Yam (True) Sunflowers: Castor Oil Plant, Chinese Tallowtree, Euphorbia, Evening Primrose, 30 Days Jojoba, Niger Seed, Rose Hip, Stokes Aster, Tallowwood, Tea Oil Plant, and Vernonia BERRIES, FRUITS, AND NUTS Use Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate as a spot treatment for pest infestations on the berries, fruits and nuts listed below. Applications to trees over 10 feet or trees with areas inaccessible to sprays are not recommended. Apply spray mixture to upper and lower leaves, around fruit clusters, and on branches and trunks up to the point of runoff. Reapply if insects return, but not more than once every seven days and according to pre-harvest interval. BERRIES, FRUITS, AND NUTS PHI Berries Crop Group including: Blackberry, Loganberry, Red and Black Raspberry, Blueberry,Highbush and Lowbush, 1 Day Currant, Elderberry, Gooseberry,Huckleberry, cultivars and/or hybrids of these Grapes 1 Day Pome Fruit Group including: Apple, Crabapple, Loquat, Mayhaw, Pear, Oriental 14 Days Pear, and Quince Stone Fruit Group including: Apricot, Cherry (Sweet and Tart), Nectarine, Peach, 14 Days Plum (including Chickasaw Plum, Damson Plum, and Japanese Plum), Plumcot, Prune (fresh) Tree Nuts Group including: Almond, Beech nut, Brazil nut, Butternut, Cashew, Chestnut, Chinquapin, Filbert (hazelnut), Hickory 7 Days nut, Macadamia nut, Pecan, Pistachio, Walnut (Black and English) Tropical Fruits including: Avocado, Black Sapote, Canistel, Mamey Sapote, 1 Day Mango, Papaya, Sapodilla, Star Apple ORNAMENTAL TREES, SHRUBS, FLOWERS, AND GROUND COVERS Use Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate as a spot treatment for pest infestations on ornamental trees, shrubs, flowers and ground covers. the point of run-off making sure to cover all sides of leaves and trunk. For ground covers, bedding plants, foliage, annuals and perennials, apply as a uniform spray. Reapply if pests return but repeat applications should be limited to no more than once per seven days. Certain plants such as annuals may be sensitive to the final spray solution. A limited area should be treated and observed for one week prior to application to the entire planting. OUTDOOR PERIMETER TREATMENTS Apply to the point of run-off as a residual spray to vegetation such as bushes and trees around buildings and other structures. For ants, apply to any trails, around doors and windows and other places where ants may be found. To prevent pests from entering buildings, apply to a band of soil and vegetation 5 to 10 feet wide around and adjacent to the building. Also treat the building foundation to a height of 2 to 3 feet where pests are active and may find entrance. Apply as a coarse spray. The surface to be treated should be dry at the time of application. 5

5 LAWNS Uniformly apply 4 fl. oz. Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate per gallon of water per 250 sq ft area. For best results, apply after mowing (lawn should not be longer than 3 inches at the time of application). Repeat applications are necessary only if there are signs of renewed insect activity. PESTS CONTROLLED Caterpillars, Butterflies and Moths Tent forming caterpillars, cocoon forming caterpillars, chrysalis forming caterpillars. Leaf feeding caterpillars (including leaves of flowering plants, bushes and other ornamentals, vegetables and trees), azalea leafminers, green cloverworm, fruit eating caterpillars, legume feeding caterpillars, vegetable feeding caterpillars, stem and trunk boring caterpillars, and leafrolling caterpillars. Caterpillars of the Yucca Moth family such as Fairy moths and Yucca moths; Clothes moth family; bagworm moth family, Gelechiid moth family such as Potato tuber moths; Ermine Moth family such as Ailanthus Webworm moth; Clear Winged moth family such as Manroot borer, Squash Vine borer, Doll's Clearwing moth, California Sycamore borer; Tortricid Moth family (millers) such as Fruit Tree Leafroller moth, Orange Tortrix, and Codling moth; Skippers such as Least Skipper, Silver-spotted Skipper, and Long-tail Skipper; Swallowtails such as Green swallowtail, Zebra Swallowtail, Giant Swallowtail (Orange Tail, Orange Puppy), Pale Swallowtail, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail, Eastern Black Swallowtail, Spicebush Swallowtail, and Phoebus; Whites, Sulphurs and Orange Tips family such as Sara Orange Tip, Great Southern White, and European Cabbage Butterfly; Gossamer-Winged Butterflies Family such as Great Purple Hairstreak, Spring Azure, Early Hairstreak, Eastern Tailed blue, Harvester, Silvery Blue, Brown Elfin, Marine Blue, American Copper, and Gray Hairstreak; Metalmark family such as Northern Metalmark; Snout Butterflies family such as Common Snout Butterfly; Brush-Footed Butterfly family such as Gulf Fritillary, White Peacock, Harris Checkerspot, Painted Lady (Thistle butterfly), American Painted Lady (Painted Beauty), Baltimore, Zebra (Yellow-barred Heliconian), Viceroy, White Admiral (Banded Purple), Mourning Cloak, Milbert's Tortoise Shell, Pearl Crescent, Question Mark, Buckeye, Great Spangled Fritillary, and Red Admiral; Hackberry and Goatweed Butterfly family such as Hackberry butterfly; Satyrs, Nymphs and Arctics family such as Wood Nymph (American Grayling), White Wood Satyr, Eyed Brown (Grass Nymph), Pearly Eye, and Chryxus Arctic; Milkweed Butterfly family such as Queen, and Monarch; Smoky Moth family such as Grape Leaf Skeletonizer; Slug Caterpillar Moth family such as Saddleback Caterpillar Moth; Pyralid Moths family such as Mediterranean Flour Moth Sod Webworm Moth, Indian Meal Moth, Meal Moth; Plume Moth family such as Artichoke Plume Moth; Measuringworm Moth family such as Tulip Tree Beauty, California Cankerworm Moth, and Large California Spanworm Moth; Tent Caterpillar Moth family such as Western Tent Caterpillar Moth; Giant Silkworm Moth family such as Luna Moth, Polyphemus moth, lo Moth, Promethea Moth (Spicebush Silkmoth), Regal Moth (Royal Walnut Moth), Rosy Maple Moth, Imperial Moth, Sheep Moth, Cecropia Moth, and Cynthia Moth; Sphinx moth family such as Virginia-creeper Sphinx, Pandora Sphinx, Hummingbird Moth (Common Clearwing), White-lined Sphinx, Tomato Hornworm Moth, Tobacco Hornworm Moth, Big Poplar Sphinx, Cerisy s Sphinx, and Wild-cherry Sphinx; Prominents family such as Tentacled Prominenets (Puss Moths), and Red-humped Appleworm Moth; Tiger Moth family such as Ornate Tiger Moth, Yellow Woolly Bear Moth, Acraea Moth, Milkweed Tiger Moth, Spotted Tiger Moth, Colona, Woolly Bear Caterpillar Moth (Banded Woolly Bear), Lichen Moth, and Rattlebox Moth; Ctenuchid Moth family such as Virginia Ctenuchid moth; Tussok moth family such as Gypsy Moth, White-marked Tussok Moth; Owlet Moth family such as Eight-spotted Forester, Black Witch, Alfalfa Looper, Sweetheart Underwing, Locust Underwing, and Hebrew Common Bristletails Silverfish Family such as Silverfish, and Firebrat Springtails Podurid Springtail family such as Snow Pea, Seashore Springtail; Entomobryid Springtail family such as Ainsley s Springtail; Globular Springtail family 6 Cockroaches Blattid Cockroach Family such as Oriental Cockroach (Asiatic Cockroach, Shad Cockroach), and American Cockroach (Waterbug); Blattellid Cockroaches family such as German Cockroach (Croton Bug) Termites Rotting-wood termite family such as Pacific Coast Termite; Subterranean termite family such as subterranean termites. Not intended to replace structural treatments. For termites not recommended as sole protection against termites. Such applications are not a substitute for mechanical alterations, soil or foundation treatment but merely as a supplement. For active infestations, get a professional inspection. Earwigs Long-Horned Earwig family such as Ring-legged Earwig, and Riparian Earwig; Common Earwig family such as European Earwig Grasshoppers & Crickets Pygmy Grasshopper family such as Aztec Pygmy Grasshopper; Short-Horned Grasshopper family such as Creosote Bush Grasshopper, Lubber Grasshopper, Painted Grasshopper, Carolina Locust, Dragon Lubber Grasshopper (Gray Dragon), Three-banded Grasshopper (Banded Range Grasshopper), Differential Grasshopper, Red-legged Locust, Spur-throated Grasshopper, Two-stripped Grasshopper, Panther-spotted grasshopper, Southeastern Lubber Grasshopper, Alutacea Bird Grasshopper, American Bird Grasshopper, Green Valley Grasshopper, Toothpick Grasshopper, Horse Lubber Grasshopper, Pallid-winged Grasshopper, and Great Crested Grasshopper (Dinosaur Grasshopper); Long-horned grasshoppers and Katydids family such as Oblong-winged Katydid, Mormon Cricket, Short-legged Shield back Katydid, California Katydid, Angular-winged Katydid, Keeled Shield-back Katydid, Nebraska Cone-head, Gladiator Katydid, Mescalero Shield-back Katydid, True Katydid (Northern Katydid), and Fork-tailed Bush Katydid; Camel Crickets family such as Spotted Camel Cricket, Secret Cove Cricket, Jerusalem Cricket; True Crickets family such as House Cricket (Cricket on the Hearth), Field Cricket, California Tree Cricket, Snowy Tree Cricket, and Black-horned Tree Cricket; Mole Cricket family such as Northern Mole Cricket and European Mole Cricket True Bugs Plant Bug family such as Adelphocoris Plant Bugs, Scarlet Plant bugs, Tarnished Plant Bugs, and Four-lined Plant Bug; Assassin bug family such as Bee Assassins, Wheel Bug; Ambush Bug family such as Jagged Ambush Bug; Lace Bug family such as Oak Lace Bug; Seed Bug family such as Small Eastern Milkweed Bug; Long-necked Seed Bug, and Large Milkweed Bug; Stilt Bug family such as Stilt Bugs; Leaf-footed Bug family such as Florida Leaf-footed Bug, and Squash Bug; Scentless Plant Bug family such as Eastern Boxelder Bug and Western Boxelder Bug; Stink Bug family such as Green Stink Bug, Brochymenas, Two-spotted Stink Bug (Conspicuous Stink Bug), Harlequin Cabbage Bug (Calico Bug, Fire Bug), and Spined Soldier Bug Cicadas and Kin Cicada family such as Periodical Cicadas, Dogday Harvestfly, and Grand Western Cicada Treehoppers Treehopper family, such as Thorn-mimic Treehopper, Oak Treehopper, Buffalo Treehopper, and Locust Treehopper Leafhoppers Leafhopper family such as Grape Leafhopper, Scarlet-and-green Leafhopper, Sharpshooter Thrips Banded Thrips family such as Banded-wing Thrips; Common Thrips family Beetles Tiger Beetle Family such as Beautiful Tiger Beetle, Dainty Tiger Beetle, Six-Spotted Green Tiger Beetle, and Dejean s Flightless Tiger Beetle; Ground Beetle family such as Bombardier Beetle, Fiery Searcher (Caterpillar hunter), European Ground Beetle, 7

6 Beetles - continued Green Pubescent Ground Beetle, Common Black Ground Beetle, and Boat-backed Ground Beetle; Predacious Diving Beetle family such as Small Flat Diving Beetle, Large Diving Beetle, and Marbled Diving Beetle; Whirligig Beetle family such as Large Whirligig Beetle, and Small Whirligig Beetle; Hister Beetle family such as Hister beetles; Rove Beetle family such as Gold-and-brown Rove Beetle and Pictured Rove Beetle; Carrion Beetle family such as Margined Burying Beetle, Tomentose Burying Beetle (Gold-necked Carrion Beetle), American Carrion Beetle, and Northern Carrion Beetle; Stag Beetle family such as Elephant Stag Beetle, Agassiz s Flat-horned Stag Beetle, Reddish-brown Stag Beetle, and Rugose Stag Beetle; Bessbugs family such as Patent-leather Beetle (Horned Passalus); Scarab Beetle family such as Tumblebugs, Goldsmith Beetle, Green Jumping Beetle, Brown Fruit Chafer, Glossy Pillbug, Grapevine Beetle, May Beetles (June Beetles), Ten-lined June Beetles, and Japanese Beetle; Metallic Wood-Boring Beetles such as Golden Buprestid, Western Pine Borer (Sculptured Pine Borer), and Divergent Metallic Wood Borer (Flatheaded Cherry Tree Borer); Click Beetle family such as Eastern Eyed Click Beetle (Big-eyed Click Beetle), and Fire Beetles; Fireflies (Lightning Bugs) family such as Pyralis Firefly, and Pennsylvania Firefly; Soldier Beetle family such as Pennsylvania Leather-wing, and Downy Leather-wing, Net-winged Beetle family such as Banded Net-wing, and Golden Net-wing; Spider Beetle family such as Spider Beetles, and Texan Spider Beetle; Branch and Twig Borer family such as Apple Twig Borer; Checkered Beetle family such as California Checkered Beetle, Elegant Checkered Beetle, Slender Checkered Beetle, and Red-blue Checkered Beetle; Flat Bark Beetle family such as Red Flat Bark Beetle; Pleasing Fungus Beetle such as Rough Fungus Beetle; Ladybug Beetles such as Two-spotted Ladybug Beetle, Nine-spotted Ladybug Beetle, Spotless Nine-spotted Ladybug, Convergent Ladybug Beetle, and Ash Gray Ladybug Beetle; Darkling Beetles such as Horned Fungus Beetle, Broad-necked Darkling Beetle, Plicate Beetle, Yellow Mealworm Beetle, and Ironclad Beetle; Fire-colored Beetles family such as Fire Beetles; Blister Beetles family such as Striped Blister Beetle, Arizona Blister Beetle, Short-winged Blister Beetle (Oil Beetle); Long-horned Beetle family such as Black-horned Pine Borer, Yellow Douglass Fir Borer, Long-jawed Longhorn, Elder Borer (Cloaked Knotty-horn), Twig Pruners, Pine Sawyer (Spined-neck Longhorn), Golden-haired Flower Longhorn, Locust Borer, Black Pine Sawyer (White Spotted Sawyer), Cylindrical Hardwood Borer, Cottonwood Twig Borer, Cottonwood Borer, Giant Root Borers, Ribbed Pine Borer, California Laurel Borer (Banded Alder Borer), lvory marked Beetle, Red Milkweed Beetle (Eastern Milkweed Longhorn), Notch-tipped Flower Longhorn, and Willow Borer; Seed Borer family such as Bean Weevil; Leaf Beetle family such as Dogwood Calligrapha, Milkweed Tortoise Beetle (Argus Tortoise Beetle), Dogbane Leaf Beetle, Milkweed Leaf Beetle, Willow Leaf Beetle, Spotted Asparagus Beetle, Clavate Tortoise Beetle, Spotted Cucumber Beetle, Waterlily Leaf Beetle, Swamp Milkweed Leaf Beetle, Three-lined Potato Beetle (Old-fashioned Potato Bug), Colorado Potato Beetle, and Girdled Leaf Beetle; Primitive Weevil family such as Oak Timberworm Beetle (Primitive Weevil); Snout Beetles and Weevil family such as Boll Weevil, Black Oak Acorn Weevil, Lesser Cloverleaf Weevil, Alfalfa Weevil, Pine Weevils, Rose Weevils, Agrave Billbug, and Stored-grain Billbug (Granary Weevil, Elephant Bug); Bark and Ambrosia Beetle family such as Red Turpentine Beetle, Pine and Spruce Engraver Beetles, and Bark Beetles Bees, Ants, Wasps, Sawflies Cimbicid Sawflies family such as Rusty Willow Sawfly; Common Sawfly family such as Northeastern sawfly; Horntail family such as Pigeon Horntail, and Smokey Horntails; Stem Sawflies family such as Raspberry Horntail; Braconids family such as Braconid Wasps; Ichneumons family such as Giant Ichneumons, Short-tailed Ichneumons and Red-tailed Ichneumon; Torymid Wasp family such as California Torymus; Chalcid family such as Golden-yellow Chalcid; Gall Wasp family such as California Oak Gall Wasps and Live Oak Gall Wasp; Pelecinid family such as American Pelicini; Tiphiid Wasp family such as Five-banded Tiphiid Wasp; Velvet-Ants such as Thistledown Velvet-ant, Red Velvet-ant, and Cow Killer; Scoliid Wasp family such as Scarab-hunter Wasp, and Digger Wasp; Ant family such as Spine-waisted ants, Leafcutter ants, Texas Carpenter ants, Black Carpenter ants, Crater-nest ants, Crazy Ants, Tawny Crazy Ants, Texas Shed-builder ant (Acrobat Ant), Red Ant, Legionary Ant, Little Black Ant, Arid Lands Honey Ant, Big-headed Ant, 8 Bees, Ants, Wasps, Sawflies - continued Honey Ant, and Fire Ant; Vespid Wasp family such as Potter Wasp, Paper Wasps, Yellow Jackets, and Sandhills Hornet; Spider Wasps such as Blue-black Spider Wasps, and Tarantula Hawk; Sphecid Wasp family such as Thread-waisted Wasps, Eastern Sand Wasp, Steel-blue Cricket Hunter, Purplish-blue Cricket Hunter, Florida Hunting Wasp, Black and Yellow Mud Dauber, Cicada Killer, and Great Golden Digger Wasp; Bee families such as Plasterer Bee, Yellow-faced Bees, Virescent Green Metallic Bees, Augochlora Green Metallic Bees, Alkali Bee, Mining Bee, Willow Mining Bee, Nevada Mining Bee, Clarkia Bee, Faithful Leafcutting Bee, Western Leafcutting Bee, Mason Bees, California Leafcutting Bee, Digger Bees, Western Cuckoo Bee, California Carpenter Bee Flies Crane Fly, and Crane Flies; Phantom Crane Flies such as Phantom Crane Fly; Net-winged Midges such as Comstock s Net-winged Midge; Phantom Midges; Black Flies such as Black flies; March Flies family such as March Flies; Fungus Gnats family such as Fungus Gnats; Snipe Fly family such as Gold-backed Snipe Fly; Stiletto Fly family such as Stiletto Flies; Flower-loving Fly family such as Flower-loving Fly; Mydas Fly family such as Mydas fly; Robber Fly family such as Bearded Robber Fly, Sacken s Bee Hunter, Giant Robber Fly, Bee Killer (Giant Robber Fly), and Robber Flies; Bee Flies such as Bee Fly, Large Bee Flies, and Progressive bee Flies; Dance Flies such As Dance Flies; Long-Legged Flies such as Condylostylid Long-legged Flies, and Texan Long-legged Fly; Hover Fly family such as Woollty Bear Hover Flies, Elongate Aphid Flies, Drone Flies, Bulb Flies, American Hover Flies, and Toxomerus Hover Fly; Thick Headed Fly family such as Thick headed fly; Pyrgotid Fly family such as Pyrgotid Flies; Fruit Fly family such as Walnut Husk Fly, and Apple Maggot Fly; Seaweed Fly family such as California Seaweed Fly; Marsh Fly family such as Marsh flies; Shore fly family such as Yellowstone Brine Fly; Pomace fly family such as Vinegar Fly; Anthomyiid Fly family such as Dung Fly; Muscid Fly family such as House Fly, and Biting Stable Fly; Louse Fly family, Blow Fly family such as Blue Bottle Fly, Screw-worm Fly, and Green Bottle Fly; Flesh Fly family such as Flesh flies; Tachinid Fly family such as Beelike Tachinid Fly, Early Tachinid Fly, Repetitive Tachinid Fly, Tachina Fly, and Fringe-legged Tachinid Fly Spiders Folding trapdoor spider family such as Turret spider; Tarantula family such as Desert Tarantula; Trapdoor Spider family such as California Trapdoor spider; Dictynid spider family such as Branch-yip spiders; Spitting spider family such as Spitting spiders; Violin Spider family such as Desert Loxosceles, and Violin Spider; Comb-footed Spider family such as American House Spider, and Black Widow Spider, Sheet-web Weaver family such as Hammock Spider; Orb Weaver family such as Orb weavers, barn spider, Garden spider (cross spider), Marbled orb Weaver, Shamrock Spider, Six-spotted Orb-weaver, Silver Argiope, Black-and-Yellow Argiope, Crablike Spiny Orb Weaver, Bola Spider, Arrow-shaped Micrathena, and Golden-silk spider (calico spider); Large-jawed Orb Weaver family such as Mabel Orchard Spider, Venusta Orchard Spider, Elongate Long-jawed Orb Weaver, and Long-jawed Orb Weaver; Funnel Web Weaver family such as Grass Spiders; Nursery Web Spider family such as Brownish-grey Fishing Spider, Six-spotted Fishing spider, and Nursery Web Spider; Wolf Spider family such as Burrowing Wolf Spiders, Carolina Wolf spider, Forest Wolf spider, rabid wolf spider, and Thin-legged Wolf spider; Lynx Spider family such as Jumping Lynx spider, and green lynx spider, Sac Spider family such as Ant-mimic spiders; Wandering spider family such as Wandering spiders; Giant Crab spider family such as Huntsman spider, and Golden Huntsman spider; Selenopid Crab Spider family such as Selenopid Crab Spider; Crab Spider family such as Goldenrod spider (flower spider, red-spotted Crab Spider), Elegant Crab Spider, Thrice-banded Crab Spider; Philodromid family such as inconspicuous Crab Spiders; Jumping Spiders such as Green Lyssomanes, Dimorphic Jumping Spider, Metaphid Jumping Spider, Ant-mimic Jumping spider, and Daring Jumping spider Daddy-long-legs family such as Eastern Daddy-long-legs and Brown Daddy-long-legs Ticks Blacklegged tick, Brown dog tick, Deer tick 9

7 Psyllid, Whiteflies, Aphids, Mealybugs, Scale Insects Psyllid family such as American Alder Psyllid; Whitefly family such as Greenhouse Whitefly; Aphid family such as Green Apple Aphid, Rosy Apple Aphid, Rose, Pea and Potato Aphid, Root Aphid, Coudy-winged Cottonwood Aphid, and Giant Willow Aphid; Woolly and Gall-Making Aphid family such as Woolly Apple Aphid; Giant Scale Insects family such as Cottony Cushion Scale; Armored Scale Insects family such as Oyster Shell Scale; Mealybug family such as Long-tailed mealybug; Cochineal Bug family such as Cochineal bug Millipedes Millipedes such as soft millipedes, Florida millipede, Almond millipede, North American millipede and flat millipedes Plants VEGETABLES Leafy Vegetables Amaranth (leafy amaranth, Chinese spinach, tampala); Arugula; Cardoon; Cilantro Corn Salad; Garden Cress; Upland Cress; Dandelion; Dock; Endive; Florence Fennel; Head Lettuce; Leaf Lettuce; Orach; Parsley; Garden Purslane; Winter Purslane; Radicchio (red chicory); Rhubarb; Spinach; Swiss Chard Fruiting Vegetables including: Eggplant; Groundcherry (Physalis spp.); Pepino (Melon pear); Pepper (includes bell pepper, chili pepper, cooking pepper, pimento, sweet pepper); Tomatillo; Tomato Pests Corn Earworm Cucumber Beetles, Cutworms, Diamondback Moth, Flea Beetles Imported Cabbageworm, Leafhoppers, Saltmarsh Caterpillar, Tobacco Budworm, Armyworms, Loopers, Lygus Bugs, Onion Thrips, Stink Bugs, Wireworm Armyworm, Southern Armyworm, True Armyworm, Yellow-striped Celery Leaf Tier, Colorado Potato Beetle, Corn Borer, European, Corn Borer, Southwestern Corn Earworm, Cucumber Beetle, Cutworm, Flea Beetle, Garden Webworm, Green Stink Bug, Hornworms, Leafminers (adults), Leafhoppers, Meadow Spittlebug, Pepper Maggot (adults), Pepper Weevil, Plant Bugs, Tobacco Budworm, Tomato Fruitworm, Tomato Pinworm, Aphids, Armyworm, Beet Armyworm, Fall Cabbage Looper, Grasshoppers, Lygus Bugs, Brown Stink Bug, Tomato Psyllid, Thrips, Whiteflies 10 Use Before Harvest 1 day before 1 day before Plants including: Broccoli; Chinese Broccoli (gai lon, white flowering broccoli); Brussels Sprouts; Cauliflower; Cavalo Broccolo; Kohlrabi; Cabbage; Chinese Cabbage (napa); Leafy Brassica Greens including: Broccoli Raab (rapini); Chinese Cabbage (bok choy); Chinese Mustard Cabbage (gai choy); Collards; Kale; Mizuna; Mustard Greens; Mustard Spinach; Rape Greens Root & Tuber Brassica Vegetables Vegetables Arracacha; Arrowroot; Artichoke; Garden Beet; Edible Burdock; Edible Canna; Carrot; Turnip-rooted Chervil; Chicory; Chufa; Dasheen (Taro); Ginger; Ginseng; Horseradish; Leren; Turnip-Rooted Parsley; Parsnip; Potato; Oriental Radish (Daikon); Rutabaga; Salsify (Oyster Plant); Black Salsify; Spanish Salsify; Skirret; Sweet Potato; Tanier (Cocoyam); Turmeric; Turnip; Yam Bean; Yam (True) Pests Corn Earworm, Cucumber Beetles, Cutworm, Diamondback Moth, Flea Beetles, Imported Cabbageworm, Leafhoppers, Saltmarsh Caterpillar, Southern Cabbageworm, Tobacco Budworm Alfalfa Looper, Armyworms, Cabbage Looper, Cabbage Webworm, Ground Beetles, Leafminers (adults), Lygus Bugs, Onion Thrips, Stinkbugs, Wireworm (adults), Aphids, and Whiteflies Cutworms, Cabbage Looper Cucumber Beetle, European Corn Borer, Flea beetles, Leafhoppers, Southern Corn Rootworm (adult), Vegetable Weevil, Whitefringed Beetle (adult), Armyworm, Beet Armyworm, Yellowstriped Cabbage Maggot, Colorado Potato Beetle, Grasshoppers, Imported Cabbageworm, Potato Leafhopper, Potato Psyllid, Potato Tuberworm, Tarnished Plant Bug 11 Use Before Harvest 1 day before 1 day before

8 Plants Cucurbit Vegetables Group including but not limited to: Chayote (fruit); Chinese Waxgourd (Chinese Preserving Melon); Citron Melon; Cucumber; Gherkin; Gourd (edible) (including hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese orkra); Mormordica spp. (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bitter melon, Chinese cucumber); Muskmelon (hybrids and/or cultivars of Cucumis melo) (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, crenshaw melon, golden pershaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls, mango melon, Persian melon, pineapple melon, Santa Claus melon, and snake melon); Pumpkin; Summer Squash (includes crookneck squash, scallop squash, straightneck squash, vegetable marrow, zucchini); Winter Squash (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, acorn squash, and spaghetti squash); Watermelon (includes hybrids and varieties) Bulb Vegetables (Allium spp.) including: Garlic; Garlic, Great-Headed (elephant); Green Eschalots; Japanese Bunching Onions; Leeks; Onion, Dry Bulb and Green; Onion, Welch; Shallots, Dry Bulb and Green; Spring Onion or Scallions Pests Cutworms, Cabbage Looper, Cucumber Beetles. (adult), Leafhoppers, Melonworm, Pickleworm, Rindworm, Squash Bug, Squash Vine Borer, Corn Earworm, Plant Bugs, Stinkbugs Armyworms, Cutworms, Leafminers (adults), Onion Maggot Adults, Stink Bugs, Aphids, Onion Thrips 12 Use Before Harvest 1 day before 7 days before Plants Sunflower Sweet Corn Legume Vegetables - Succulent and Dried Succulent Edible-Podded Peas, Succulent Shelled Peas and Dried Shelled Peas (Pisum spp.) including: Dwarf Pea; Edible-pod Pea; Snow Pea; Sugar Snap Pea; Pigeon pea; English Pea; Garden Pea; Green Pea; Lentil Succulent Edible-Podded Beans, Succulent Shelled Beans, and Dried Shelled Beans including: Runner Bean; Snap Bean; Wax Bean; Asparagus Bean; Chinese Longbean; Moth Bean; Yardlong Bean; Jackbean; Soybean (immature seed); Swordbean; Lima Bean; Broad Bean (Fava Bean); Black-eyed Pea; Southern Pea; Grain Lupin; Sweet Lupin; White Lupin; White Sweet Lupin; Field Bean; Kidney Bean; Navy Bean; Pinto Bean; Tepary Bean; Adzuki Bean; Catjang; Cowpea; Crowder Pea; Moth Bean; Mung Bean; Rice Bean; Urd Bean; Chickpea (Garbanzo Bean); Guar; Lablab Bean Pests Cutworm spp., White Grub, Wireworm Cutworms, Painted Lady (Thistle) Caterpillar, Saltmarsh Caterpillar, Silverspotted Skipp, Alfalfa Caterpillar, Armyworm, Southern Armyworm, True Armyworm, Yellow-Striped Bean Leaf Beetle, Blister Beetles, Colorado Potato Beetle, European Corn Borer, Corn Borer, Southwestern Corn Earworm, Corn Rootworm Beetle (adult), Cowpea Curculio, Cucumber Beetle, Flea Beetle, Green Cloverworm, Ground Beetles, Imported Cabbageworm, Japanese Beetle, Leaf Skeletonizers, Leafhoppers, Leafminers (adults), Mexican Bean Beetle, Pea Weevil, Pea Leaf Weevil, Plant Bugs, Potato Leafhopper, Seedcorn Beetle, Seedcorn Maggot (adult), Spittlebug, Three-Cornered Alfalfa, Hopper, Tobacco Budworm, Velvetbean Caterpillar, Webworms, Woolly Bear Caterpillar Use Before Harvest 30 days before Chinch Bug, Corn 3 Rootworm (Adult), days before Corn Silkfly, Cutworms, Flea Beetle, Leafhoppers, Japanese Beetle (Adult), Sap Beetle (adults), Tarnished Plant Bug, Armyworms, Corn Borers, Corn Earworm, Grasshoppers, Aphids 13 1 day before on succulent shelled or edible-podde d peas or beans, and up to 21 days before for dried shelled peas or beans

9 Plants FRUITS and NUTS Berries Crop Group including: Blackberry; Loganberry, Red and Black Raspberry; Blueberry, Highbush and Lowbush; Currant; Elderberry; Gooseberry; Huckleberry Stone Fruit Trees Apricot; Cherry (Sweet and Tart); Nectarine; Peach; Plum (including Chickasaw Plum, Damson Plum, and Japanese Plum); Plumcot; Prune Pome-Fruit Trees Apple; Crabapple; Loquat; Mayhaw; Pear; Oriental Pear; Quince Grapes Peanuts Pests Leafrollers, Orange Tortrix, Root Weevils Use Before Harvest 1 day before American Plum Borer, Black Cherry Aphid, Cherry Fruit Fly, Green Fruitworm, Leafrollers, Leafhoppers, Lesser Peach Tree Borer, Peach Tree Borer, Peach Twig Borer, Plum Curculio, Oriental Fruit Moth, Rose Chafer, Stink Bugs, Tarnished Plant Bug, Tufted Apple Budmoth, Western Cherry Fruit Fly Apple Maggot, Codling Moth, European Apple Sawfly, Green Fruitworm, Japanese Beetle, Lesser Appleworm, Oblique Banded Leafroller, Oriental Fruit Moth, Pandemis Leafroller, Pear Psylla, Plum Curculio, Potato Leafhopper, Redbanded Leafroller, Rosy Apple Aphid, Spirea Aphid, Spotted Tentiform Leafminer, Stink Bugs, Tarnished Plant Bug, Tufted Apple Bud Moth, Variegated Leafroller, White Apple Leafhopper Eastern Grape Leafhopper, Variegated Leafhopper, Western Grape Leafhopper Cutworm spp., Green Cloverworm, Velvetbean Caterpillar, Red-necked Peanut Worm, Bean Leaf Beetle, Leafhopper spp., Southern Corn Rootworm (adult), Vegetable Weevil, Whitefringed Beetle (adult), Aphid spp., Armyworm, Beet, Fall Armyworm, Corn Earworm, Grasshopper spp., Lesser Cornstalk Borer, Soybean Looper, Stink Bug spp., Tobacco Thrips 14 days before 14 days before 1 day before 7 days before Plants Nut Trees Almonds Beech nut; Brazilnut; Butternut; Cashew; Chestnut; Chinquapin; Filbert (hazelnut); Hickory nut; Macadamia nut; Pecan; Walnut (Black and English) Tropical Fruits Avocado Black Sapote Canistel Mamey Sapote Mango Papaya Sapodilla Star Apple Pests Black Pecan Aphid, Codling Moth, Filbert Worm, Hickory Shuckworm, Leaffooted Bugs, Navel Orangeworm, Oblique-banded Leafroller, Peach Twig Borer, Pecan Leaf Casebearer, Pecan Nut Casebearer, Pecan Phylloxera, Pecan Weevil, Plant Bugs, Stink Bugs, Walnut Aphid, Walnut Husk Fly, Yellow Pecan Aphid Avocado Lace Bug, Avocado Leafhopper, Avocado Leafroller, Avocado Loopers, Avocado Tree Girdler, Avocado Whitefly, Brown Soft Scale, Caterpillars, Mirids, Omnivorous Loopers, Orange Tortrix, Scale Crawlers, Spanworm, Thrips, Twig Borers NOTES Use Before Harvest 7 days before Do not apply more than 0.125lb ai/a per season 1 day before 14 15

10 PRIMEROS AUXILIOS En caso de Llame inmediatamente a un centro de control de ingestión envenenamiento o un médico para recibir consejos sobre el tratamiento. Si la persona puede tragar, haga que beba un vaso de agua. No induzca el vómito a menos que lo recomiende el centro de control de envenenamiento o el médico. No le de nada por la boca a una persona inconsciente. En caso de Mantenga el ojo abierto y enjuáguelo lenta y contacto con suavemente con agua durante minutos. los ojos Si usa lentes de contacto, retírelos después de los primeros 15 minutos y luego continúe enjuagando el ojo. Llame a un centro de control de envenenamiento o un médico para recibir consejos sobre el tratamiento. TELÉFONO DE ASISTENCIA DE EMERGENCIA Tenga a mano el recipiente o la etiqueta del producto cuando llame al centro de control de envenenamiento o al médico, o cuando acuda para recibir tratamiento. También puede llamar al servicio de asistencia de emergencia al NOTA PARA EL MÉDICO El contacto con la piel (vapor o polvo) puede anteceder a una sensación de cosquilleo o entumecimiento, usualmente de la cara, pero pasa sin necesidad de tratamiento. Este producto es un piretroide. En caso de ingestión de una gran cantidad, el estómago y los intestinos deben ser evacuados. El tratamiento es sintomático y paliativo. Para más información sobre el uso de este producto, llame al PRECAUCIONES PELIGROS AMBIENTALES Este pesticida es extremadamente tóxico para peces, invertebrados acuáticos, ostras y camarones. Para proteger el ambiente, no permita que el pesticida entre o sea arrastrado hacia desagües para tormentas, zanjas de drenaje, canaletas ni aguas superficiales. Aplique el producto cuando haga buen tiempo y no se pronostique lluvia en las próximas 24 horas, esto evitará que el viento o la lluvia vuelen o arrastren el pesticida hacia afuera del área tratada. Enjuague el equipo de aplicación sobre el área tratada para evitar que el agua usada llegue a cuerpos de agua o sistemas de drenajes. Se debe tener cuidado al rociar para evitar que afecte a peces y reptiles domésticos de los estanques ornamentales. Este producto es altamente tóxico para las abejas expuestas al tratamiento directo o los residuos en malezas o cultivos florecidos. No aplique este producto ni permita que caiga sobre malezas o plantas florecidas si hay abejas forrajeando en el área de tratamiento. INDICACIONES DE USO El uso de este producto de cualquier manera que difiera de lo indicado en su etiqueta constituye una violación de las leyes federales. AGÍTELO BIEN ANTES DE USARLO RESTRICCIONES DE USO No use este producto para el tratamiento de mascotas. No aplique este producto de manera que haga contacto con adultos, niños o mascotas, ya sea directa o accidentalmente. No permita que los adultos, niños ni mascotas entren al área tratada hasta que se seque el rociado. Retire las mascotas y aves, y cubra los acuarios de peces antes de rociar el producto. Evite la contaminación de los alimentos y piensos. Retire o cubra los alimentos y el agua potable expuestos antes de la aplicación. No lo use en establecimientos donde se manipulen, procesen, preparen y/o sirvan alimentos. Cuando lo use en el hogar, retire o cubra los platos, utensilios, equipos para procesar alimentos y superficies para preparar alimentos, o lávelos antes de utilizarlos. No lo aplique directamente a los animales. No lo use en el interior de los aviones. PARA USOS EN EXTERIORES Todas las aplicaciones en exteriores deben limitarse al tratamiento localizado o de lugares angostos solamente, excepto para los siguientes usos permitidos: (1) Tratamiento en la tierra o la vegetación alrededor de las estructuras (2) Aplicaciones en céspedes y tepes o en otra vegetación (3) Aplicaciones en los cimientos de las edificaciones hasta una altura máxima de 3 pies (0,91 m). Exceptuando las aplicaciones en los cimientos de las edificaciones, todas las aplicaciones exteriores en superficies impermeables como las aceras, entradas para carros, patios, porches y superficies estructurales (ventanas, puertas y aleros) se limitan al tratamiento localizado y en lugares angostos solamente. No riegue el área tratada hasta el punto en que el producto pueda ser arrastrado por el agua. No lo aplique durante la lluvia. Se prohíbe aplicarlo directamente en alcantarillados o desagües, o cualquier otro lugar, como las canaletas, que puedan drenar el agua hacia alcantarillados, desagües para tormentas, cuerpos de agua o hábitats acuáticos. No permita que este producto entre en ningún desagüe durante o después de la aplicación. 16 Si tiene una situación de emergencia médica, necesita consultar sobre un diagnóstico, terapia o análisis, llame por favor al 1-(800) Si tiene preguntas acerca de la aplicación o el uso del producto, llame por favor al 1-(866) Si se produce un derrame o situación de emergencia durante la transportación, llame por favor al 1-(800) Para los reembolsos a consumidores: TechPac, LLC PO Box Palatine, IL IMPORTANTE Indicaciones para el almacenaje y el desecho Almacenaje Evite que se congele. Manténgalo lejos del alcance de los niños y animales. Guárdelo en el recipiente original solamente. Almacénelo en un lugar fresco y seco, preferiblemente en un área cerrada con llave y evite el calor excesivo. Después del uso parcial, coloque nuevamente la tapa y ajústela firmemente. No vierta el concentrado ni el material diluido en recipientes que se usan para beber. Desecho del El recipiente no es rellenable. No reutilice ni rellene este pesticida y recipiente. Si está vacío: Tírelo a la basura o recíclelo, si es manipulación del posible. Si está parcialmente lleno: Llame a la agencia local recipiente para el desecho de productos sólidos para recibir instrucciones acerca del desecho. No vierta nunca el producto sin usar en ningún desagüe interior o exterior. Los distribuidores deben vender en paquetes originales solamente. Se deben seguir detenidamente las instrucciones de uso de este producto. Es imposible eliminar todos los riesgos inherentes relacionados con el uso de este producto. Hasta donde lo permita la ley correspondiente, el usuario acepta no responsabilizar al vendedor por cualquier reclamación relacionada con tales factores. INDICACIONES DE USO ESPECÍFICAS Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate con una proporción de 4 onzas líquidas por galón de agua brinda una solución de rociado que contiene un 0,04% de cipermetrina zeta. Para todas las aplicaciones, el producto controla cada plaga mencionada en la tabla de la lista de plagas (vea la página 19). INSTRUCCIONES PARA MEDIR ROCIADORES DE TANQUE TIPO BOMBA INSTRUCCIONES PARA LA APLICACIÓN Agítelo bien antes de usarlo. Retire la tapa con medidas y llénela según la tabla que aparece abajo. Vierta el líquido en el rociador y agregue la cantidad de agua correspondiente. Onzas líquidas del concentrado producto VEGETALES DEL HUERTO Cantidad de agua 1 cuarto (32 onzas) ½ galón (64 onzas) 1 galón (128 onzas) 1 ½ galones (192 onzas) 2 galones (256 onzas) Cierre firmemente el rociador y genere presión con la bomba de mano. Para las aplicaciones localizadas, use una boquilla de chorro grueso. Para aplicaciones en áreas más grandes, use una boquilla de rociado en abanico. Sostenga la punta de la vara a 12 pulgadas (30,48 cm) del área de tratamiento mientras rocía. ROCIADORES ESTILO BOTÓN Rellene el frasco del rociador con suficiente producto para PARA el área a tratar. NO AGREGUE AGUA. ACOPLAR A LA Cierre el rociador, regule el botón giratorio, acóplelo a la MANGUERA manguera del jardín y aplíquelo. Vierta el producto sin usar en el recipiente original del Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate. Aplíquelo donde se espere que aparezcan los insectos o cuando se observen los insectos o el daño. Repita la aplicación si es necesario según las indicaciones específicas del lugar mencionadas abajo. Aplíquelo en tiempo de calma. Comience a rociar desde el punto más lejano del área de tratamiento y trabaje hacia atrás para evitar el contacto con las superficies recién tratadas mojadas. Rocíelo abundantemente para mojar las superficies de la planta hasta el punto en que el líquido corra. Las personas o mascotas no deben entrar al área tratada hasta que se seque el rociado. No lo aplique en árboles de más de 10 pies (3,04 m) de altura. Para ello, considere contratar a un profesional certificado. En la tabla de abajo, el intervalo previo a la cosecha (PHI) se refiere al número mínimo de días que deben pasar entre la fecha de la última aplicación y la fecha de la cosecha. Repita la aplicación si los insectos regresan, pero no más de una vez cada siete días y según el intervalo previo a la cosecha. 17

11 VEGETALES PHI Vegetales del género Brassica: Brócoli, brócoli chino (gai lan, brócoli blanco floreciente), col de Bruselas, coliflor, romanesco, colirrábano, repollo, repollo chino (napa), mostaza china (gai choy), grelo (brócoli rabe o raab), repollo chino (bok choy), berza, col rizada, 1 día nipposinica o mostaza japonesa, mostaza de hoja, espinaca japonesa, raps o colza y hojas de nabo Maíz (dulce) 3 días Vegetales cucurbitáceos: Chayote (fruta), calabaza china, melón Kalahari, pepino, pepinillo, calabaza (comestible, incluyendo jícaro o acocote, cucuzza, luffa o estropajo y ocra china), variedades de Momordica (incluyendo balsam apple (Momordica balsamina), melón amargo o cundeamor chino, melón amargo y pepino chino), melón (incluye el cantalupo genuino, cantalupo, melón verde o casaba, melón Crenshaw, melón Golden Pershaw, melón dulce, honey balls, mango melon 1 día (Cucumis melo var. chito), melón persa, melón Kalahari, melón piel de sapo y melón serpiente o pepino serpiente), calabaza, calabaza de verano (incluyendo crookneck squash (Cucurbita pepo), calabacín, calabaza de verano amarilla, calabacita y calabacín), calabaza de invierno (incluyendo zapallo, calabaza, calabaza gigante, calabaza de Des Moines y calabaza común), sandía (incluyendo los híbridos y variedades) Legumbres guisantes de vainas comestibles jugosos, guisantes sin cáscara jugosos y guisantes sin cáscara secos: Guisante enano, guisante de vaina comestible, guisante mollar, tirabeque dulce, gandul, petipuás, arveja, chícharo verde y lenteja Legumbres frijoles de vainas comestibles jugosos, frijoles sin cáscara jugosos y frijoles sin cáscara secos: Ayocote, habichuela verde, alubia, frijol espárrago, frijol largo chino, Moth Bean (Vigna aconitifolia), frijol serpiente, frijol machete, frijol de soya (semilla inmadura), haba espada, haba de Lima, haba, frijol de carita, carilla, lupino, lupino dulce, lupino blanco, lupino blanco dulce, haba, frijol colorado, judía, frijol pinto, frijol tépari, frijol adzuki, Catjang (Vigna unguiculata cylindrica), frijol Castilla, alubia Crowder, Moth Bean (Vigna aconitifolia), judía mungo o frijol chino, Rice Bean (Vigna umbellata), frijol negro o lenteja negra, garbanzo, guar, frijol de Egipto 18 1 día (jugosas) 21 días (secas) 1 día (jugosas) 21 días (secas) Vegetales que dan frutos: Berenjena, uchuva (Physalis), ocra, pepino melón (pepino dulce o melón de árbol), pimiento (incluyendo el pimiento o ají, pimiento chile, pimiento de cocinar, pimiento y pimiento 1 día dulce), tomatillo y tomate Vegetales de hojas comestibles: Amaranto (amaranto de hojas frondosas, espinaca china y amaranto tricolor); arúgula (Roquette), cardo, apio, apio chino, lechuga china o apio lechuga, perifollo, crisantemo (de hojas comestibles y de guirnalda), cilantro (no se debe usar en cilantro cultivado para semillas o condimento), canónigo, berro (berro o mastuerzo, berro de montaña (barbárea amarilla, berro de invierno)), diente de león, romaza (vinagrera), endivia (endivia de hoja 1 día ancha), hinojo de Florencia, berro o mastuerzo, lechuga (de cogollo o beluga y lechuga de hojas), abanico, perejil, verdolaga (de jardín), verdolaga (de invierno), radichio (achicoria roja), ruibarbo, espinaca (incluyendo la de Nueva Zelanda y la enredadera, espinaca de Malabar y la espinaca de la India) y acelga Maníes 7 días Tubérculos y vegetales de raíces (excepto la remolacha de azúcar): Arracacha, maranta, alcachofa (china y tupinambo), remolacha de huerto, lampazo, platanillo comestible, zanahoria, yuca (amarga y dulce), apio (raíz), chayote (raíz), vegetal de la raíz del perifollo, achicoria, chufa, malanga (Taro), jengibre, ginseng, rábano 1 día picante, lerén, vegetal de la raíz del perejil, chirivía, papa, rábano blanco o rábano japonés (daikon), rábano, colinabo, salsifí (barba cabruna), escorzonera negra, escorzonera, escaravía, camote, yautía, cúrcuma, nabo, jícama, ñame Girasoles: Ricino o higuerilla, árbol de sebo, Euphorbia, onagra, jojoba, negrillo, escaramujo o rosa mosqueta, áster Stokesia, eucalipto 30 días de sebo, árbol del aceite de té o de camelia y áster Vernonia BAYAS, FRUTAS Y NUECES Use el Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate como tratamiento localizado para las infestaciones de plagas en las plantas de bayas, frutas y nueces mencionadas abajo. No se recomienda la aplicación en árboles de más de 10 pies (3,04 m) ni árboles con áreas inaccesibles para ser rociadas. Aplique la mezcla de rociado a las hojas superiores e inferiores, alrededor de los ramilletes de frutos y en las ramas y troncos hasta que el líquido corra. Repita la aplicación si regresan los insectos, pero no más de una vez cada siete días y según el intervalo previo a la cosecha. BAYAS, FRUTAS Y NUECES PHI Grupo de las bayas incluyendo: Mora, mora roja, frambuesa roja y negra, arándano azul (de arbusto alto y de arbusto bajo), grosella, baya del saúco, uva crespa o grosella espinosa, arándano, variedades 1 día y/o híbridos de estas Uvas 1 día Grupo de los pomos o melónides incluyendo: Manzana, manzana silvestre, níspero, Mayhaw (Crataegus), pera, nashi y membrillo. 14 días BAYAS, FRUTAS Y NUECES PHI Grupo de las drupas incluyendo: Albaricoque, cereza (dulce y amarga), nectarina, melocotón, ciruela (incluyendo ciruela Chickasaw, ciruela silvestre y ciruela japonesa), 14 días pluot o ciruela albaricoque, ciruela pasa (fresca). Grupo de nueces de árboles incluyendo: Almendra, nuez de la haya, nuez amazónica, nuez blanca, anacardo, castaña, chinquapin (Castanopsis), avellana de Lambert, nuez del 7 días nogal americano, macadamia, pacana, pistacho, nuez del nogal (negra e inglesa) Frutas tropicales incluyendo: Aguacate, zapote negro, canistel, zapote mamey, mango, papaya, chicozapote y caimito 1 día ÁRBOLES ORNAMENTALES, ARBUSTOS, PLANTAS DE FLORES Y DE COBERTURA DE TERRENO Use el Sevin Insect Killer Concentrate como tratamiento localizado para las infestaciones de plagas en árboles ornamentales, arbustos, plantas de flores y plantas de cobertura de terreno. que el líquido corra procurando cubrir todos los lados de las hojas y el tronco. Para las plantas de cobertura de terreno, plantas de follaje, anuales y perennes, aplique un rociado uniforme. Repita el tratamiento si las plagas regresan, pero la reaplicación se debe limitar a no más de una vez cada siete días. Algunas plantas como las anuales pueden ser sensibles a la solución de rociado final. Se debe tratar un área limitada y se debe observar durante una semana antes de aplicar a toda la plantación. TRATAMIENTOS EN EL PERÍMETRO EXTERIOR Aplíquelo hasta que el líquido corra como un rociado residual en la vegetación como los árboles y arbustos alrededor de las edificaciones y otras estructuras. Para las hormigas, aplíquelo en las trayectorias, alrededor de las puertas y ventanas y en otros lugares donde puedan encontrarse las hormigas. Para evitar que las plagas entren en las edificaciones, aplíquelo a una franja de suelo y vegetación de 5 a 10 pies (1,52 m a 3,04 m) de ancho alrededor y en áreas adyacentes a la edificación. Trate también los cimientos hasta una altura de 2 a 3 pies (0,60 m a 0,91 m) donde los insectos estén activos y puedan encontrar una forma de entrar. La superficie a tratar debe estar seca al momento de la aplicación. CÉSPEDES Aplique uniformemente el producto por cada área de 250 pies cuadrados (23,22 m 2 ). Para lograr mejores resultados, aplíquelo después de podar (el césped no debe ser mayor de 3 pulg. (7,62 cm) al momento de la aplicación). Repita la aplicación si es necesario solo si se observan señales de actividad renovada de los insectos. PLAGAS QUE CONTROLA Orugas, mariposas y polillas Orugas teje capullos tipo tiendas, orugas teje capullo y orugas que forman crisálidas. Orugas que comen hojas (incluyendo hojas de plantas florecientes, arbustos, otras plantas ornamentales, vegetales y árboles), minadores de hojas de la azalea, gusanos verdes, orugas que comen frutas, orugas que comen legumbres, orugas que comen vegetales, orugas barrenadoras de tallos y troncos, y orugas enrolladoras de hojas. Orugas de la familia de los prodóxidos como las polillas de la yuca; la familia de polillas de ropa, la familia del gusano de bolsa, la familia de polillas Gelechiid como las polillas de la papa, la familia de polillas Ermine como la polilla del gusano tejedor Ailanthus; la familia de polillas de alas transparentes como el bórer del marah, el bórer de la enredadera de calabaza, bórer del álamo, bórer del sicomoro de California; polillas de la familia de los tortrícidos como el gusano enrollador de hojas de frutales, gusano totrix del naranjo y polilla del manzano; hespéridos como la mariposa de manchas plateadas y mariposa de cola larga; mariposas cola de golondrina como la mariposa verde, mariposa cebra, cola de golondrina gigante, mariposa tigre, cola de golondrina negra del este, spicebush swallowtail (Papilio troilus) y Phoebus; mariposas blancas y anaranjadas de la familia anthocarini como la anthocari sara, anthocari grande del sur y la mariposa del repollo europea; mariposas de la familia licénidos como la mariposa morada, Spring Azure (Celastrina ladon), mariposa de cola azul del este, cosechadora, mariposa azul plateada, mariposa Brown Elfin, azul marino, Lycaena phlaeas y mariposa gris; mariposas de la familia Riodinidae como la mariposa del norte; mariposas de la familia de libiteínos como la mariposa común; mariposas de la familia de ninfálidos como la fritilaria del golfo, white peacock (Anartia jatrophae), Harris Checkerspot (Chlosyne harrisii), dama pintada, cebra de Baltimore, mariposa virrey, admiral blanca, Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa), Milbert s Tortoise Shell (Aglais milberti), mariposa perlada, Question Mark (Polygonia interrogationis), Buckeye (Junonia coenia), Great Spangled Fritillary (Speyeria cybele) y admiral roja; mariposas de la familia Asterocampa y Anaeini como la mariposa Hackberry; familia Satyrs, ninfas y ártica como la Wood Nymph (Cercyonis pegala, American Grayling), la Satyr blanca, mariposa marrón común, mariposa de ojo perlado y la Chryxus; mariposas de la familia Danainae como la reina y la monarca; polillas de la familia de los zigénidos como la polilla de la hoja de la vid; polillas de la familia de los limacódidos como la polilla de la oruga Saddleback; familia de los pirálidos como la polilla mediterránea, polilla tejedora de tierra, polilla Indian Meal, polilla Meal; familia Pterophoridae como la Artichoke Plume Moth (Platyptilia carduidactyla); polillas de la familia de los gusanos medidores como la polilla Tulip Tree Beauty, polilla del pulgón de California y polilla del gusano medidor de California; polillas de la familia de orugas que forman tiendas como la polilla de la oruga de tienda del oeste; familia de la polilla gigante de la seda como la polilla Luna, polilla Polyphemus, polilla Io, polilla Promethea, polilla real (polilla real del nogal), polilla rosada del arce, polilla imperial, polilla de seda 19