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Admire 240F

SKU: 1000440
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Admire® has been an important product for Canadian potato growers for over 10 years. It provides economical, broad-spectrum control of many important insects in many different crops, most notably potatoes. The recommended use pattern in potatoes is in the soil (in-furrow or seed-piece treatment). This will provide extended control of Colorado potato beetle, aphids, potato leafhopper and potato flea beetle.

Use

Admire is registered a variety of field vegetables, potatoes, herbs, hops, tree nuts, and Christmas trees (Balsam and Fraser Fir). Please check the new labels prior to applying as a number of uses have or will be changing, for example, most soil applications, including in cole crops, will be phased out and will no longer be labeled after May 19th, 2023.

Note that soil drench applications in Ginseng fields will no longer be registered after May 19th, 2025.

For other listed crop groups 13-F berry crops, excluding grape: Application is allowed only post-bloom with renovation after harvest. Do not apply pre-bloom or during bloom (Do not apply until petal fall). Do not apply when bees are present. When applying after petal fall, renovation of woody plants (cutting back of old-growth) must occur after harvest and before the next season’s bloom.

For a full list of crops and application directions, refer to the product label. Always read and follow label directions.

Active Ingredient

imidacloprid

Class

Group  4  Insecticide

PCPA # 24094

Documentation

Label   |   SDS

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