The main purpose of this table is to give some idea of the insecticides that may be used throughout the season to manage specific insects present in your vineyard. However, this table is not meant as method of indicating compatibility of products in a spray mixture. You should read the label to determine whether an insecticide will cause injury (e.g. burning or discoloration) on a particular variety or under specific drying conditions and also whether specific tank mixes are not recommended. (See Table 6-5 Publication 360 as well as fungicide labels.). It is also important that you confirm that a particular fungicide is acceptable for use by your processor and follow their pre-harvest intervals for individual pesticides

The products are grouped by insecticide family in the columns and products with the same shading belong to the same family. For example, Ambush, PermUP and Pounce all contain the same active ingredients; Admire, Assail and Clutch are all neonicotinoid insecticides. Products containing the same active ingredient are in one cell (eg. Ambush and Perm-Up).

For resistance management for grape berry moth, use the same chemical family for each generation then rotate to a different chemical family.



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