Potatoes: 440 to 700 g/ha (176 – 280 g/acre)
Leafy vegetables, Brassica vegetables & cucurbit vegetables: 750 g/ha (300 g/acre)
Fruiting vegetables: 440 – 750 g/ha (176 – 300 g/acre). Use the high rate for beet armyworm, fall armyworm, tomato fruitworm and yellowstriped armyworm.
Consult the label for vegetable rate conversion chart.
Apply in sufficient water volume to ensure uniform application and incorporation into the soil.
In potatoes, apply in an in-furrow application at the seeding depth, or a narrow surface band above the seedline during planting.
Please consult the label for application information in other crops.
Add 1/2 of the required amount of water to the mix tank.
With the agitator running, add the MINECTO DUO 40WG to the tank.
Continue agitation while adding the remainder of the water.
Begin application of the solution after the MINECTO DUO 40WG has completely dispersed into the mix water. Maintain agitation until all of the mixture has been applied.
DO NOT use a foliar application of a product containing a Group 4 (neonicotinoid) or Group 28 (diamide) insecticide following in-furrow or soil application of MINECTO DUO 40WG.
Recommended plant-back intervals (PBI) for rotational crops:
0 days PBI for:
Crop Group 1C (Tuberous and corm vegetables); Crop Group 3-07 (Bulb vegetables); Crop Group 4 (Leafy vegetables; except Brassica vegetables); Crop Group 5 (Brassica (Cole) leafy vegetables); Crop Group 8-09 (Fruiting vegetables); Crop Group 9 (Cucurbit vegetables); Crop Group 13-07B (Bushberry subgroup); Crop Group 20 (Oilseed)
30 days PBI for:
Crop Group 1A (Root and tuber vegetables); Crop Group 2 (Leaves of root and tuber vegetables); Crop Group 6 (Legume vegetables (succulent or dried); Crop Group 7 (Foliage of legume vegetables); Crop Group 13-07G (Lowgrowing berry subgroup); Crop Group 15 (Cereal grains); Crop Group 16 (Forage, fodder, and straw of cereal grains); Crop Group 17 (Grass forage, fodder, and hay); Crop Group 18 (Nongrass animal feeds: Forage, fodder, straw and hay)
365 days PBI for all other crops.