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    Ms. Lizbeth R. Huckaba Rhone-Poulenc Ag Company P. O. Box 12014 2 T.W. Alexander Dr. Research Triangle Par>, NC 27709

    Dear Ms. Huckaba:

    Subject: Revised Labeling Sevin Brand RP2 Carbaryl Insecticide EPA Reg. No. 264-334 Your resubmissions of 12/11/89 and 1/19/90

    The labeling referred to above, submitted in connection with registration under the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act, as amended, is acceptable provided that you make

    _____ .... t~h."e ..... l ... a1Ub,eJ..ing_Change.....given-bel.ow befoJ:e.-you..re' ea se-the product for ship:nent bearing the amended labeling.

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    1. Use the correct s[,eV ing for generic name of deer tick: "Ixodes", not "Ixoides".

    2. Delete the pest "bear tick" from the label.

    3. The rationale that you submitted on January 12, 1990 to delete the "or residues" from the Bee caution statement is currently t.nder review. Until that rationale is considered acceptabl, you need to revise the f5_rst sentence in the Bep. caution statement as follows:

    "This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or residues on blooming crops or weeds ..... "

    4. Change the ingredient statement to 21.3\ active and 78.7\ inerts to be consistent with the label approved on January 25, ~990.

    Submit five (5) copies of your final printed labeling before you release the product for shipment.

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    A stamped copy of the labeling is enclosed for your records.

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    Sincerely yours,

    Dennis H. Edwards, Jr. Product Manager (12) Insecticide Rodenticide Branch Registration Division (H7505C)

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  • SEVINe brancl"RP2 Cllb8ry1lnsectic:ide-o..r TICk RevislOna-1n11190 < 3 1 I~

    SEVIN® brand RP2 Carbaryl 'nsecticide Home and Garden Insecticide

    7C'7 % ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: 9'/'3 % INERT INGREDIENTS: ................ ~ by WI. Carba!)'1 (I-naphthyl N-methylcarbamate) ..... -et:5% by WI.

    (Contains 2 Pounds Carbaryl Per Gallon)

    E.PA R!!!!. No. 264-334 E.PA Est. No. 264-MO-02

    KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN CAUTION

    See page 2 for add~ional PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS.

    For PRODUCT Handling, lJ.S.E and General In Information Call 1-800-334-9745 ,For EMERGENCY Information ONLY Call 24 Hours A Day 1-800-334-7577

    RHONE-POUlENC AG COMPANY P. O. Box 12014. T. W. Alexander Drive

    Research Triangle P.lrit, NC 2n09

    ---SE~ .fflgislered trademarK of. Rh6ne-eoulenc Ag Company for ';arbaryl insecticides. NET CONTENTS: - --- . --.

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    ( PRECAUTIONARV STATEMENTS

    'UTION rtAZARDS TO HUMANS AND DOMESTIC ANIMALS

    M .. de in U.S.A.

    MAV BE HARMFUL IF SWALLOWED. Avoid breathing of spray mist. 00 not take internally. Avoid contact with eyos, skin 0' clothing. Wear regular long-sleeved work clothin". Change to dean cIolhing daily. Wash .'lands and face before eating. Wash tho;oughly after handUng.

    STATEMENT OF PR'CTICAL TREATMENT ._ IF SWALLOWED: Ind' ,4 vamiling and seek medical attenlion immedialely.

    IF IN EVES OR ON SKIN: Flush eye. w~h plenty of waler. Wash skin thoroughly with soap and waler.

    NOTE TO PHYSICIAN Carbaryl is • moderate. reversible choCines.e'8$e inhibitor. Atropine is antidotal. 00 not use 2-P""'. opiates. or cholinesterase inhib_ing drugs.

    ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARDS This prodUd is l'lrtremely !oxic: to aquatic: and ,stuarine inv,rtebrales. 00 not apply directly 10 waler and wellands. 00 not contaminate wat.r by cleaning equipment or disposal of wastas. 00 not apply when Vleather cond~ions favor drift from area treated.

    BEE CAIJ11ON: MAY KU HONEYBEES IN SUBSTANTIAl NUt.I3EAS. M7C0iEU

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    SEVIN® brand RP2 Carbaryl'nsec1icido·o.er TICk Revisions·t/t8l90

    6f i€f,,.dA~ This produc:l is highly toxic 10 boes oxposed 10 direct treatme~ ~~ blooming crops and weeds. ~ not .a.:lPIy this produc:l or al!Ow ~ to drift to blooming crops or weeds" boes are visiting thetreat,;,lt;'erea. Contact your CooperatIve Agncult, 'aI ElI1entlOn ServICe or your local Rh6ne·Poulenc ,6g Company representative for further information.

    DIRECTIONS FOR USE IT IS A VIOlATION OF FEDERAL LAW TO USE THIS PRODUCT IN A MANNER INCONSISTENT WllH ITS LABELNG.

    Shake an containers prior to use. Do not reuse empty containers or measuring devices for other ;:>urposes. Apply when insects or damage appear. Repeat as necessary to maintain control, unless spray interval is spe.;~ied.

    PLANT RESPONSE PRECAUTIONS: Carbaryl insecticide injures Boston Ivy, Virginia creeper, and maidenhai~ f8m. During early season, ~ may also injure Virginia and sand Dines.

    HOSE ENP SPRAYER USE Thi~ product readily disperses in water to form a spray that can be applied with garden hose applicators (hose .. nd sprayers) to the crops listed. To ensere adequate coverage, use moderate to high water pressures y hen applying throU\jh hose·end sprayers. Calibrate to deliver 1 fluid ounce per gallon 01 spray mix!' "e.

    VEGETABLE CROPS

    For control of all the vegetable pests listed below, apply this produc:l in adequate yo!ull1e to effectively cover both the upper and ~wer suriaces 01 the plant. (NOTES: 1) lHlS PRODUCT IS NOT REGISTERED FOR USE ON CELERY AND SWEET POTATO IN CAliFORNIA; 2) DO NOT TREAT ASPARAGUS MORE mAN ONCE EVERY 3 DAYS AS EXCESSIVE RESIDUES MAY RESULT; AND 3) lHE NUMBER IN PARENlHESIS FOllOWING EACH VEGETABlE CROP GROUPING REFERS TO lHE MINIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS THAT MUST BE OBSERVED BETWEEN lHE DATE OF lHE LAST APPLICATION AND ll-iE CATE OF HARVEST.)

    CROPS: Beans (including Black-eyed peas, Crowder or Southern peas, Dry beans, Green beans, lima beans, Navy beans, and Snap beans); Carrots, Corn, Cucumber, Eggplant, Metons, Okra, Peanuts, Pepper, Potato, Pump!.;n, Squash, Sweet Potate., Tomato· (0 days until harvest); Broa:oli, Brussels sprouts, Cabbage, Caul~lower, Cowpeas, Garden beet roots, Hl'ad lenuce, Horseradish, Kohlrabi, Parsnips, Peas, Radishes, Rutabagas, Satsily roots, Turnip roots· (3 days until harvest); Celery, Chinllsll cabbage, Collards, Dandelion, Endive (Ev-arole), Garden be9t tops, Hanover salad. Kale, Mustard ;Jreens, Leaflenuce, Parsley, Salsify lops, Spinach,

    . Swiss chard, Turnip tops -(~4-deys until harvest).----· . _... ._- --. -.- .•.• _--

    PESTS: A~a~a caterpiftar, Apache cicada, Armyworm, Asparagus beelle, Aster leafhopper, Bean leaf beetle, Blister beelles, Chinch bug, Colorado poIato beetle, Corn earworm, Corn rootworm adults, Cowpea curculio, Cucumber beetles, Cutworms, European com bo, .. , Fall armyworm, Flea boelles, Grasshoppers, Green cloverworm, Harlequin bug, Imported cabbageworm, Japanese beelle, lace bugs, Leafhoppers, Limabean pod borer, Lygus bugs, Melonworm, Mexican bean beetle, Pea leaf weevH, Pea weevil, Pickleworm, Red·

    ( necked peanutworm, Sap beetles, Southwestern corn borer, Spinlebugs, Squash bugs, Stink bugs, Sweet poIato hornworm, Sweet

    . ,:>otato weev~, Tarnished plant bug, Three cornered aHaHa hopper, Thrips, Tomato hornworm, Tomato pinworm, Torto~e beetles, VelvQ!bean caterptliar, Webworms, Western bean cutworm, WhHefringed beetle adu~s, Yenowstriped armyworm.

    FRUIT AND NUT CROPS

    For control of allfruil and nut pests listed below, use sufficient spray volume to obtain thorough coverage (spray until run-off). Direct applications toward tile lower and uppoIr leaf surfaces, between fruit and nut dusters, and limbs and tree trunks to optimize insect control. (NOTES: 1) TO AVOID UNDESIRED APPLE THINING, DELAY USE UNTIL AT LEAST 30 DAYS AFTER FUll BlOOM; 2)' SEVIN- CARBARYL INSECTICIDE MAY INJURE EARLY DAWN AND SUNRISE STRAWBERRIES VARIETIES ON lHE DELMARVA PENINSUlA; 3) WHEN USED ON CRANBERRIES, SEVI~ CARBARYL MAY KLL SHRIMP AND CRABS; AND 4) lHE NUMBER IN PARENlHESIS FOI..l.O\NING EACH FRUIT AND NUT CROP GROUPING REFERS TO THE MINIMUM NUMBER OF DAYS THAT MUST BE OBSERVED BETWEEN THE DATE OF lHE LAST APPLICATION AND lHE DATE OF HARVEST.)

    CROPS: Blueberries, Grapes, Filberts, Pecans, Walnuts· (0 days until harvest); Apples, Cherries, Cranberries, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Prunes, Strawberries· (1 day until harvest); Apricots, Nectarines· (3 days until harvest); C~rus fru~s (such as Grapefru~, Lemoros, limas, Oranges, Tangalos, TangerineS, C~rus dlron, Kumquats and Hybrids) • (5 days unt~ harvest); Blackberries, Boysanberries, Dawbotrrias, loganberries, Raspberries, • (7 days until harv"st); Almonds· (28 days ur.til harvast).: ••• :.

    •••••• • • •• PESTS: AppIa ..,told, Apple maggot. Apple mealybug, Apple pand8rris, Apple ru~t mHe, AppI. suck., AWbdo le.rro1ler, Bagworms, Black cheny lPhid, Black margined lPhid, Black seale, Biuebeny maggot, Brown soft 3C8le, Calico ~.'-. r.liloml!l·Qrar.adog, California paarslug (pa_ .. wily), California red acale, Char,y fruHworm, Cherry maggot, CHrioola scale, C:""" cut...twm~ CHru