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434 435PEANUTPEANUT INSECT CONTROLMark R. Abney, Research and Extension EntomologistInsecticides are placed into IRAC groups based on their mode of action (insecticides in the same IRAC group have the same mode of action). Effective insecticide resistance management involves the use of alternations, rotations, or sequences of different insecticide modes of action. To prevent the development of resistance, it is important not to apply insecticides with the same mode of action (IRAC group number) to successive generations of the same insect.PEST INSECTICIDEAMOUNT OF FORMUALTION PER ACRELB ACTIVE INGREDIENT PER ACREPRE-HARVESTINTERVAL COMMENTBeetArmyworm1  (Dimilin 2L)   0.06-0.125 28 days Do not make more than 3 applications per season.  (Belt) 4SC   0.0625 - 0.125 3 days                   season.indoxacarb, IRAC 22(Steward) 1.25 EC   0.09-0.11 14 days           per season. Minimum interval between treatments is 5 days.  (Intrepid) 2F   0.09 - 0.16  spinosad, IRAC 5(Blackhawk) 36 WG   3 days of harvest14 days of forage         per crop. Do not make applications less    Burrower Bug5chlorpyrifos, IRAC 1B(Lorsban) 15G13.6 lb broadcast or banded 2 21 days          feet of row or 26.6 lb per acre per crop season. For banded applications use a 10-18 inch band. If banding on row          1000 linear feet.CornEarwormacephate, IRAC 1B    14 days (of digging) Repeat as needed.. Do not feed treated forage or hay to livestock or allow       (Belt) 4 SC   0.0625 - 0.125 3 days          seasonindoxacarb, IRAC 22(Steward) 1.25 EC   0.09-0.11 14 days           per season. Minimum interval between treatments is 5 days.methomyl, IRAC 1A(Lannate) 90 SP(Lannate) 2.4 LV0.25-1 lb 0.225-0.90.225-0.9 21 days Up to 3 applications. Do not feedtreated vines.pyrethroids, IRAC 3A(Baythroid XL) 1 EC   0.014-0.019 14 days Do not exceed 3 applications per season        bifenthrin(Brigade) 2EC   0.033-0.1 14 days Do not apply more than 0.5 lb a.i. per acre per season. DO NOT feed peanut hay to livestock.esfenvalerate(Asana XL) 0.66 EC   0.015-0.03 21 days Do not exceed 0 .15 lb ai. per acre per        on treated vines.lambda-cyhalothrin (Karate Z) 2.08 CS   0.02-0.03 14 days Do not apply more than 1 pin t per acre        treated areas or use treated vines for animal feed.434 435PEANUT INSECT CONTROL (continued)PEST INSECTICIDEAMOUNT OF FORMUALTION PER ACRELB ACTIVE INGREDIENT PER ACREPRE-HARVESTINTERVAL COMMENTCornEarworm1(cont.)pyrethroids, IRAC 3A (cont.)(Mustang Max) 0.8 EC    0.02 - 0.025   Do not apply more than 0.15 pounds        livestock in treated areas. Do not use treated vines for animal feed.spinosad, IRAC 5(Blackhawk) 36WG   3 days of harvest14 days of forage                  days apart.Cutworm1  (Belt) 4SC   0.0625 - 0.125 3 days          season. indoxacarb, IRAC 22(Steward) 1.25 EC   0.09-0.11 14 days           per season. Minimum interval between treatments is 5 days.methomyl, IRAC 1A(Lannate) 90 SP(Lannate) 2.4 LV0.5-1 lb1.5-3 pt0.45-0.90.45-0.921 days21 daysSpray late in the afternoon for maximum      pyrethroids, IRAC 3A  XL) 1EC   0.008-0.014 14 days Do not exceed 3 applications per season of       bifenthrin(Brigade) 2EC   0.033-0.1 14 days Do not apply more than 0.5 lb. a.i. peracre per season. Do not feed peanut hay to livestock.esfenvalerate(Asana XL) 0.66 EC  0.05 21 days Do not exceed 0 .15 lb ai. per acre per         treated vines.lambda- cyhalothrin(Karate Z) 2.08 CS   0.015-0.025 14 days Do not apply more than


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