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LEARN HOW TO STOP THE INVASIVE SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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Updated: October 25, 2017
Table. Reentry (REI) and preharvest (PHI) or spray-to-harvest intervals.Listed below are chemical materials sprayed on tree fruits. Not all materials listed here are suggested in the spray schedules. Pesticides used at the rates and times suggested should be within the legal residue tolerance at harvest. Pomace made from apples or pears sprayed according to these suggestions may contain illegal residues if used for animal feeds. Always check the label for the actual REI and PHI. Updated January 2018.
a. Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the restricted entry interval of 48 hours for grapes. The restricted entry interval for all other WPS uses is 24 hours.b. Copper restrictions vary with formulations and active ingredients. Read the label for the specific copper being applied.c. Some equivalent products include Dithane, Manzate, and Penncozeb.d. Do not make more than two applications of a Group 9 fungicide within 30 days of harvest.e. Do not apply to sensitive apple varieties.f. Do not apply to D’anjou pear.g. Do not apply to sweet cherry.h. 14-day PHI for Actara used at rate equal or less than 2.75 ounces per acre; 35-day PHI for use of more than 2.75 ounces per acre.i. Exceptions are PTB and LPTB trunk-only sprays.j. Only one dormant and one application per growing season are allowed.k. Imidan is not registered for use on sweet cherries; up to seven days preharvest on tart cherries.l. Lannate LV is not registered for use on nectarines.m. Lorsban 75 WG can be applied directly to tree trunk for borer control on cherries (PHI is 21 days) and peach and nectarine (PHI is 14 days).n. Lorsban is recommended for sour cherries only.o. Lorsban Advanced and 50W can be used on apples as a direct trunk spray for the control of borers with a 28-day PHI.p. Do not use M-Pede on sweet cherries when fruit are present.q. To avoid Surround residue on fruit, it is recommended that applications be stopped in adequate time before harvest (see the label).
Source: Penn State Tree Fruit Production Guide
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