New Dual Magnum labels for horticultural crops
Dual Magnum labeled in Michigan for small fruits, vegetables, and ornamental crops.
The Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) and the United States EPA have approved a label for Dual Magnum for several small fruit, vegetable and bulb ornamental crops. The label is a Michigan Section 24c SLN indemnified label; growers must accept liability for crop injury incurred by use of Dual Magnum under this label.
The label contains specific instructions for use of Dual Magnum on each crop. Growers interested in using Dual Magnum for these crops should download the label from the Syngenta Crop Protection website.
This new label includes several uses that were labeled on a previous Michigan 24c label in 2006. The earlier label has been eliminated and all previous 24c uses are included in the new label. The following crops are now included on the Dual Magnum label: asparagus, chive, daylily, Hosta, Fritillaria, garlic, leek, bell and non-bell peppers, transplanted broccoli, lily, green onion, pearl onion, potato onion, welch onion, shallot, blueberry, currant, elderberry, gooseberry, huckleberry, blackberry, loganberry, celery, cucumber, broccoli raab, Chinese cabbage (bok choy), collards, kale, mizuna, mustard greens, mustard spinach, rape greens, turnip greens, eggplant, daikon radish, garden beet, parsnip, radish, turnip, rutabaga, citron melon, muskmelon, watermelon, okra, dry bulb onion, spinach, Swiss chard, and winter squash.
Please contact your pesticide dealer or Syngenta representative for more information on this label.
Dr. Zandstra’s work is funded in part by MSU’s AgBioResearch.