Propargite

Propargite is an insecticide used to control many mites including brown almond, citrus red, citrus rust, clover, European red, McDaniel, Pacific spider, peach silver, strawberry spider, twospotted spider, Willamette, Banks grass, Texas citrus, and sixspotted. For use on almonds, apples, apricots, avocados (nonbearing), beans, carrots (seed), Christmas trees, conifers, clover (seed), corn (field, sweet), cotton, cranberries, figs, grapefruit, grapes, hops, lemons, mint, nectarines, ornamentals, oranges, peaches, peanuts, pears, plums, potatoes, prunes, roses, sorghum (grain), strawberries, sugar beets (seed), and walnuts. Postharvest and nonbearing use on apricots, sweet cherries, and citrus.

Methods of Application: Propargite is applied aerially, through groundboom, and via chemigation, airblast sprayer, and high pressure handwand.

CAS No.: 2312-35-8
Molecular formula: C19H26O4S
Activity: acaricides (sulfite ester acaricides)
Specifications: 90% TC, 57% EC, 73% EC, 30% WP