EAMU update: Alert for the protection of outdoor and protected lettuce, herbs, spinach and baby leaf crops

Product name: Alert

MAPP: 13632

EAMU number: 2014/2920

Active ingredient: 100g /l alphacypermethrin

Marketed by: BASF plc

Use: as an insecticide for outdoor and protected lettuce, herbs, spinach, spinach beet (including chards) and baby leaf crops for the control of caterpillars and aphids.

Application should be made in 400 litres water/ha using a conventional hydraulic sprayer - including hand held sprayers and trailed lance application - a maximum of 2 times per crop. Use in multiple cropping is not permitted.

In case of insufficient ventilation wear suitable respiratory equipment.

EAMU expiry date: 31/10/2016

For full and up-to-date information, go to the Chemicals Regulation Directorate website: https://secure.pesticides.gov.uk/offlabels/search.asp


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