Pesticide Registrations: Spotted Wing Drosophila in Ontario

Spotted wing drosophila

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Delegate

For sale for use in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador from June 1, 2015 to November 30, 2015 for control of Spotted Wing Drosophila on Stone Fruit Crop Group (12-09), apricots, plums, prunes, cherries, peaches and nectarines, and grapes. Fully registered for use on Spotted Wing Drosophila in berries (Crop Subgroup 13-07 A, B, F & G).

Trade Names: Delegate

Active Ingredient: spinetoram

Formulation: wettable granules

Guaranteed active concentration: 25%

Group: 5

Ontario Schedule: 3

PCP Registration No.: 28778

Registrations: Stone fruit (apricot, sweet and sour cherry, nectarine, peach, plum, prunes; Berries (strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, currant, gooseberry, blackberry); Grapes.

Rate:

  • Stone fruit: 420 g/ha
  • Bushberries (blueberry, currant, gooseberry): 315-420 g/ha
  • Caneberries (raspberry, blackberry): 315-420 g/ha
  • Strawberries: 280 g/ha
  • Grapes: 350 g/ha
  • Use in sufficient water to ensure thorough coverage.

Number of Applications: 3 per year

Application Interval: 7 days minimum

Days Before Harvest:

  • Peach, nectarine: 1
  • Apricot, plum, prune: 3
  • Cherry: 5
  • Bushberries (blueberry, currant, gooseberry): 3
  • Caneberries (raspberry, blackberry): 1
  • Strawberries: 1
  • Grapes: 4

Re-entry Interval: 12 hours

Precautions: Buffer zones between the field and sensitive aquatic habitat vary from 25 to 40 m depending on growth stage, type of crop, type of sprayer, crop and depth of water. See label for specific buffer zones. Toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment, drift, or residues on flowering crops or weeds.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled crop rate for SWD, Delegate will also control or suppress the following other pests: Caneberries and blueberries - Obliquebanded leafroller; Grapes - grape berry moth (suppression); Strawberries - thrips (suppression); Stone fruit - Oriental fruit moth, obliquebanded leafroller. For resistance management purposes, rotate products from different chemical groups.

Full registrations: Delegate is fully registered on stone fruit, berry crops and grapes for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details, which may vary from the emergency use registration.

Manufacturer / Registrant: Dow AgroSciences


Entrust

For sale and use only in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador from June 1, 2015 to November 30, 2015 for control of Spotted Wing Drosophila on Stone Fruit Crop Group (12-09) and grapes. Fully registered for Spotted Wing Drosophilia in berries (Crop Subgroup 13-07 A, B, F & G).

Trade Names: Entrust

Active Ingredient: spinosad

Formulation: suspension concentrate

Guaranteed active concentration: 240 g/L

Group: 5

Ontario Schedule: 4

PCP Registration No.: 30382

Registrations:

  • Stone Fruit (Crop Group 12-09 - apricot, sweet and sour cherry, nectarine, peach, plum)
  • Caneberries (Crop Group 13-07A) - raspberries, blackberries, other brambles
  • Bushberries (Crop Group 13-07B)
  • Strawberries
  • Grapes

Rate:

  • Bushberries: 333-444 mL/ha
  • Caneberries: 333-444 mL/ha
  • Strawberries: 292-364 mL/ha
  • Stone fruit: 364 mL/ha; Use in a minimum of 1000 L water/ha.
  • Grapes: 364 mL/ha
  • Use sufficient water to ensure thorough and complete coverage.

Number of Applications: 3

Application Interval: 5 days minimum

Days Before Harvest:

  • Bushberries: 3
  • Caneberries: 1
  • Strawberries: 1
  • Stone fruit: 3
  • Grapes: 4 for mechanical harvest and 8 for hand harvest

Re-entry Interval: When dried except 8 days for hand labour in grapes (check the label) and 4 days for mechanical harvesting.

Precautions: This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment, drift or residues on blooming plants. This product is also highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled rate for SWD, Entrust will also control or suppress the following other pests: Berry crops and stone fruit - obliquebanded leafroller; Cherries - cherry fruit fly; Grapes - grape berry moth (suppression). For resistance management purposes, rotate products from different chemical groups. Entrust is OMRI approved for organic production

Full registrations: Entrust is fully registered on berry crops, stone fruit and grapes for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details, which may vary from the emergency use registration.

Manufacturer/Registrant: Dow AgroSciences


Exirel

Fully registered for use on Spotted Wing Drosophila in stone fruits and bushberries.

Trade Names: Exirel

Active Ingredient: cyantraniliprole

Formulation: Suspension

Guaranteed active concentration: 100 g/L

Group: 28

Ontario Schedule: 3

PCP Registration No.: 30895

Registrations: For use on Spotted Wing Drosophila: Stone fruits; Bushberries

Rate: 1-1.5 L/ha

Number of Applications: 4

Application Interval: Stone fruit: 7 days; Bushberries: 5 days

Days Before Harvest: 3

Re-entry Interval: 12 hours

Precautions: Treat when bees are absent from the field.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled crop rate for SWD, Exirel will also control or suppress other pests listed in OMAFRA Publication 360.

Full registrations:

Manufacturer/Registrant: Dupont Canada


Imidan 70 WP

Fully registered for use on Spotted Wing Drosophila in blueberries, peaches, pears, plums, sour cherries and grapes.

Trade Names: Imidan 70 WP

Active Ingredient:

Formulation: water soluble sachets

Guaranteed active concentration: 70%

Group: 1B (organophosphate)

Ontario Schedule: 3

PCP Registration No.: 29064

Emergency Use Registrations: Blueberries; Stone Fruit (peaches, pears, plums, sour cherries); Grapes

Rate:

  • Blueberries: 1.6 kg/ha
  • Stone Fruit (peaches, pears, plums, sour cherries): 2.68 kg/ha
  • Grapes: 2.2 kg/ha

Number of Applications:

  • Blueberries: 2 per year
  • Peaches: 4 per year
  • Pears: 5 per year
  • Plums: 3 per year
  • Sour cherries: 4
  • Grapes: 3 per year

Application Interval: N/A

Days Before Harvest:

  • Blueberries: 15
  • Peach, pear, plum: 14
  • Cherries (Sour): 7
  • Grapes: 14

Re-entry Interval:

  • Blueberries: 3 days regular, 15 days Pick Your Own
  • Peach, pear, plum: 7 days, 14 days for Pick-your-own
  • Cherries (Sour): 3 days
  • Grapes: 14 days

Precautions: Treat when bees are absent from the field.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen.

Full registration: Imidan 70-WP is fully registered on blueberries, cherries (sour), grapes, peaches, pears and plums for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details, which may vary from the emergency use registration.

Manufacturer/Registrant: Gowan Canada


Mako

For sale and use in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador from June 1, 2015 until November 30, 2015, for the suppression of Spotted Wing Drosophila on the Berry Crop Group 13-07A, F and G (caneberries, strawberries); Grapes and Stone Fruit Crop Group (12-09).

Trade Names: Mako

Active Ingredient: cypermethrin

Formulation: emulsifiable concentrate

Guaranteed active concentration: 407 g/L

Group: 3 (pyrethroid)

Ontario Schedule: 3

PCP Registration No.: 30316

Emergency Use Registrations: Stone fruit (apricot, sweet and sour cherry, nectarine, peach, plum); strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, grapes.

Rate: 150 mL/ha; Use sufficient water for thorough coverage.

Number of Applications: 1

Application Interval: N/A

Days before harvest:

  • Stone fruit, strawberries and caneberries: 2
  • Grapes: 7

Re-entry Interval:

  • Strawberries and caneberries: 12 hours
  • Stone fruit: 12 hours
  • Grapes: 12 hours except 6 hours for hand harvesting, traiing, tying and leaf pulling

Precautions: Leave a 15 m buffer between the sprayed area and any body of water. Highly toxic to bees.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled crop rate for SWD, Mako will also control or suppress the following other pests: Grapes - multi-coloured Asian lady beetle; Peaches, nectarines - Oriental fruit moth; Strawberries - Tarnished plant bug. Mako is toxic to beneficial mites. Repeated use has been associated with mite outbreaks. For resistance management purposes, rotate products from different chemical groups.

Full registration: Mako is fully registered on apples, grapes, peaches, pears, strawberries for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details, which may vary from the emergency use registration.

Manufacturer/Registrant: Engage Agro


Malathion 85E

For sale and use in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador for control of Spotted Wing Drosophila from June 1, 2015 to November 30, 2015.

Trade Names: Malathion 85E

Active Ingredient: malathion

Formulation: emulsifable concentrate

Guaranteed active concentration: 85%

Group: 1B organophosphate

Ontario Schedule: 3

PCP Registration No.: 8372

Emergency Use Registrations: Stone fruit (apricot, sweet and sour cherry, nectarine, peach, plum); Berries (strawberry, blueberry, raspberry, currant, gooseberry, blackberry); Grapes.

Rate:

  • Stone fruit: 610-855 mL/1000 L water
  • Berries: 1 L/1000 L water
  • Grapes: 880 mL/1000 L water;
  • Use a maximum of 1000 L water/ha

Number of Applications: Stone fruit: 2; Blueberries: 3; Strawberries, raspberries, currants, gooseberries and blackberries: 2; Grapes: 1.

Application Interval: Stone fruit and berries: 7-10 days; Grapes: N/A.

Days Before Harvest:

  • Stone fruit, strawberries, currants, gooseberries and grapes: 3
  • Blueberries: 2
  • Raspberries and blackberries: 1

Re-entry Interval:

  • Stone fruit and berries: 12 hours
  • Grapes: 12 hours except 3 days for hand harvesting and 2 days for training, tying and leaf pulling in grapes.

Precautions: Treat when bees are absent from the field.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled crop rate for SWD, Malathion will also control or suppress the following other pests: Grapes - multi-coloured Asian lady beetle. For resistance management purposes, rotate products from different chemical groups.

Full registration: Malathion 85E is fully registered on apples, grapes, blueberries, currants, raspberries, strawberries for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details, which may vary from the emergency use registration.

Manufacturer/Registrant: Loveland Products/United Agri Products


Success™

Full registered for use on Spotted Wing Drosophilia in berries (Crop Subgroup 13-07, A, B & G).

Trade Names: Success

Active Ingredient: spinosad

Formulation: suspension concentrate

Guaranteed active concentration: 480 g/ha

Group: 5

Ontario Schedule: 4

PCP Registration No.: 26835

Registrations: Bushberries, caneberries, strawberries

Rate:

  • Bushberries: 165-220 mL/ha
  • Caneberries: 165-220 mL/ha
  • Strawberries: 145-182 mL/ha
  • Use sufficient water to ensure thorough and complete coverage.

Number of Applications: 3

Application Interval: 5 days minimum

Days Before Harvest:

  • Bushberries: 3
  • Caneberries: 1
  • Strawberries: 1

Re-entry Interval: When dried.

Precautions: This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment, drift or residues on blooming plants. This product is also highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates.

Comments: Apply when adults are present in the field based on local monitoring, and the crop is beginning to ripen. When applied at the labelled rate for SWD, Success will also control or suppress the following other pests: Berry crops and stone fruit -obliquebanded leafroller; Cherries - cherry fruit fly; Grapes - grape berry moth (suppression). For resistance management purposes, rotate products from different chemical groups.

Full registrations: Success is fully registered on berry crops, stone fruit and grapes for other pests. Check the label for rates, days to harvest intervals and other details.

Manufacturer/Registrant: Dow AgroSciences


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E-mail: ag.info.omafra@ontario.ca
Author: OMAFRA Staff
Creation Date: 10 June 2011
Last Reviewed: 27 July 2015