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EPA Approves Dow’s Spinetoram

1:15 PM MDT | October 17, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Dow AgroSciences says it has received EPA approval for two insect-control products that use spinetoram, a recently developed active ingredient for controlling pests that are common in fruit and vegetable crops. EPA approved the spinetoram-based insecticide Delegate for use on tree fruit, grapes, and tree nuts; the agency also approved the spinetoram-based Radiant for use on vegetable crops. Spinetoram has broad-spectrum control of insects, including controlling codling moths in apple orchards, and other internal-feeding lepidoptera, Dow...

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