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Next Leadership 
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Sun., Aug. 3, 2014

Product Labels & MSDS

Product labels provide a standard set of information about chemical materials, including the percentages of their ingredients, first aid information, precautionary statements, personal protective equipment required, user safety recommendations, environmental hazards, directions for use, and instructions for storage and disposal.  It is very important to read the label instructions prior to use and follow them carefully.  Do not exceed the recommended dosage; more is not better when it comes to treatment products.  Users are encouraged to have the product label on hand whenever using a product.

MSDS, or Material Safety Data Sheets, provide some of the same information as the product labels but include more detail on subjects such as fire fighting, accidental release measures, handling and storage, exposure controls and personal protection, physical and chemical properties, stability and reactivity, toxicology information, ecological information, disposal considerations, transport information, regulatory and other information.  Users are encouraged to read the MSDS as part of the product selection process.

Imidacloprid

The following chart includes links to the product labels and MSDS for some of the commonly marketed Imidacloprid products that are labeled for adelgids.  The WSP products are water-soluble powder, re sold in 4-packs or by the case, and contain 75% Imidacloprid.  The 2F or 2L products are flowables / liquids, are sold in 1-gallon containers (although a few are available in smaller sizes), and contain 2 pounds of Imidacloprid per gallon.  The 4F product is a flowable, is sold by the quart or by the gallon, and contains 4 pounds of Imidacloprid per gallon.

Alias 4F (MANA) 42.3% Product Label MSDS
Amtide Imidacloprid 2F T&O 22.6% Product Label MSDS
CoreTect 20% Imidacloprid tablets Product Label
Specimen Label
MSDS
Criterion 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Criterion 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Dominion 2L 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Equil Adonis 75 WSP (2.25 oz.) Product Label MSDS
Garant 2F  T&O 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Hunter 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Hunter 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Imida-E-Pro 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
ImidiPro 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Lada 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Lesco Bandit 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Lesco Bandit 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Malice 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Mallet 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Merit 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Quali-Pro 2F  21.4% Product Label MSDS
Quali-Pro 75 WSB Product Label MSDS
Submerge 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Submerge 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Touchstone 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Touchstone 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Xytect 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Xytect 75 WSP Product Label MSDS
Zenith 2F 21.4% Product Label MSDS
Zenith 75 WSP Product Label MSDS

Dinotefuran

Here are links to the product labels and MSDS for Safari and Transtect.  Both of these products contain Dinotefuran and are labeled for control of adelgids.

Specimen Label, Safari® 20SG 2012-SAF-0001 For Foliar & Systemic Insect Control in Ornamental Plants & Vegetable Transplants
This is what is called a specimen label and includes all label language.  It should be used in conjunction with the Safari 2011-SAF-0012.XCANY label.

Supplemental Label, Safari® 20SG 2011-SAF-0012.XCANY.
This is the most recently approved amendment to the federal label.  It should be used for hemlocks growing in ornamental landscapes and forests.

Note: The Special Needs Label that previously applied to Georgia has been cancelled.

MSDS 0426 rev1  Safari 20SG
This Material Safety Data Sheet should be read and followed when using Safari.

Transtect 70WSP Specimen Label and Transtect 70WSP MSDS

Other Consumer Products

Here are links to the product labels and MSDS for other consumer products containing Imidacloprid, Dinotefuran, or Bifenthrin.  All are labeled for control of adelgids.  Note that the products listed below have a lower concentration of active ingredient than the primary products above; therefore, they may offer a shorter period of residual protection and require more frequent retreatment.  However, consumers should also consider factors such as the number of trees/inches to be treated, the cost, the desired speed of action, and the desired length of time between treatments in order to make the best choice for their particular situation.

Bayer Advanced Tree & Shrub Protect & Feed
1.5% Imidacloprid
Product Label  
Bayer Advanced Tree & Shrub Insect Control
2.9% Imidacloprid
Product Label  
Greenlight Tree & Shrub Insect Control
with Safari
2% Dinotefuran
Product Label  
Menace Flowable Insecticide
7.9% Bifenthrin
Product Label MSDS
QualiPro Insecticide/Miticide
7.9% Bifenthrin
Product Label MSDS
Safari 2G 2% Dinotefuran Product Label MSDS
Speckoz Termiticide/Insecticide
7.9% Bifenthrin
Product Label MSDS
TalstarPro 2F
7.9% Bifenthrin
Product Label MSDS

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