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BASF receives EPA approval for Sultan miticide

12:03 AM MDT | June 18, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

EPA has approved BASF's Sultan miticide with the active ingredient cyflumetofen for use in greenhouses, nurseries, landscapes, and interiorscapes, the company says. The product is a new class of chemistry to control mites, including the rapid, targeted knockdown of all life stages of mites, with long residual control. It is practically not toxic to beneficial insects, including predatory mites and pollinators, and offers a new method to combat cross-resistance with other commercial miticides, the company says.   “With a quick reproductive cycle, a...

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