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1 ANT (Also see IMPORTED FIRE ANT) chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 2E, 4E, 2G, 50 WP, Pro COMMERCIAL TURF INSECT CONTROL R. L. BRANDENBURG, Entomology Extension 0.5 to 1 Use GC formulation for golf courses. 1 to 1.5 oz 0.27 to to 0.54 For use on golf courses. See new label. cyfluthrin (Tempo 2) Home lawns only. cypermethrin* (Demon) TC fipronil (bait) hydramethylnon* (Maxforce G, Amdro) lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. BEE and WASP (Burrowing) 1.5 oz pyrethroids* (Advanced Garden, Battle, Deltagard, Menace, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) BILLBUG 0.25 to 0.5 Use GC formulation for golf courses. chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to 0.46 chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 50 WSP, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label to to 0.54 imidacloprid* (Merit) 75 WSP 3 to 4 level tsp Make application prior to egg hatch. imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Observe restrictions near water. propoxur (Baygon) pt Treat area thoroughly. Use at least 15 gal water per 1,000 sq ft. Do not allow spray mixture to stand overnight. Mow grass before treatment. CHINCH BUG acephate* (Orthene T, T&O) 75 S Beauveria bassiana (Botanigard, Naturalis-T) 1.2 to 2.4 oz chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to 0.46 Suppression to 0.5 Use GC formulation for golf courses. 2.5 to 3 oz chlothianidin (Arena) 1.4 to 1.8 lb 0.2 to 0.3 oz 0.27 to to Chapter V Insect Control

2 CHINCH BUG (continued) cypermethrin (Demon) TC chlorpyrifos* (Dursban), 2E, 4E, 50 WP, Pro 0.33 to 0.65 For use on golf courses; check new label. cyfluthrin (Tempo 2) 0.2 Home lawns only. imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. permethrin* (Astro) 0.4 to 0.8 CUTWORM, ARMYWORM acephate* (Orthene T, T&O) 1.2 to 2.4 oz Commercial and residential turf only. azadirachtin* (Neemix, Turplex) Bt products, various labels 0.18 to 0.25 Use GC formulation for golf courses. and baits 0.75 to 1.5 oz Treat in late afternoon. Apply in adequate water for good coverage but do not flood or water in. Do not cut grass for 1 to 3 days after treatment. chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 4 E, 2 ES, 50 WP, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label. chlothianidin (Arena) 1.4 to 1.8 lb 0.2 to 0.3 oz Cutworms only. cyfluthrin* (Tempo 2) Home lawns only. entomogenous nematodes* Read and follow special application instructions. Effective only against small cutworms. Can be used two times per season at these rates lb imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. indoxacarb (Provaunt) SC to 0.25 Not labeled for use on sod farms. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. spinosad A or D (Conserve) SC 0.25 to 1.25 Rate varies with size and species. trichlorfon (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP EARTHWORM Usually not a problem. No effective controls available. FALL ARMYWORM acephate* (Orthene, T, T&O) 0.5 to 1.2 oz Water in immediately after application. chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 4 E, 2 E, 50WP, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label lb Can be used two times per season at these rates. indoxacarb (Provaunt) SC to 0.25 Not labeled for use on sod farms. pyrethroids* (Advanced Garden, Battle, Deltagard, Menace, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) GRASSHOPPER acephate* (Orthene T, T&O) 0.5 oz Do not mow turfgrass for at least 24 hr after application. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 ft of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. GROUND PEARL No effective control practice good management. Chapter V Insect Control 171

3 GRUB (white, May beetle, chafers, green June beetle, and others) 3 oz chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to Optimal control when applied at egg hatch. Use higher rates later in summer. Mole cricket suppression. halofenozide* (Grubex, Mach 2) lb Apply during egg hatch or early instar grub development. imidacloprid* (Merit) 75 WP 3 to 4 level tsp Make application prior to egg hatch. (Offers some suppression of caterpillars.) imidacloprid + bifenthin (Allectus. Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. trichlorfon (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP GRUB, GREEN JUNE BEETLE (only) 3.75 oz 1 to 1.5 oz chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to Optimal control when applied at egg hatch. Use higher rates later in summer. chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 50 WSP, Pro For use on golf courses; see new label. halofenozide* (Grubex, Mach 2) lb Mole cricket suppression. Apply during egg hatch or early instar grub development. imidacloprid* (Merit) 75 WP 3 to 4 level tsp Make application prior to egg hatch. Do not use on sod farms. (Offers some suppression of caterpillars.) imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. GRUB (Japanese beetle) Bt, various products 3 oz chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to halofenozide* (Grubex, Mach 2) lb Optimal control when applied at egg hatch. Use higher rates later in summer. Optimal control when applied at egg hatch. Use higher rates later in summer. Mole cricket suppression. Apply during egg hatch or early instar grub development. imidacloprid* (Merit) 75 WP 3 to 4 level tsp Make application prior to egg hatch. (Offers some suppression of caterpillars.) imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different forumulations for different sites. trichlorfon* (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP 3.75 oz IMPORTED FIRE ANT (See for latest quarantine areas.) acephate* (Lesco-Fate) (Orthene, T, T&O) 75 S (Precise 4G) hydramethylnon* (Amdro) 0.88% bait 1 to 2 tsp/mound 4 oz/mound Distribute uniformly over mound. For best results apply in early morning or late afternoon. Uniformly broadcast 1 to 1.5 lb of bait per acre with ground equipment on pastures, range grasses, lawns, and nonagricultural lands. Or distribute uniformly 5 level tbsp of bait 3 to 4 ft around base of each mound. Do not exceed 1.5 lb per acre. (Maxforce G) avermectin/b1 (Affirm) 0.011% bait bifenthrin* (Menace, Talstar, others) F G form also available chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 4 E 5 to 7 tbsp/ mound Distribute uniformly 5 to 7 level tbsp of bait 3 to 4 ft around base of each mound. Follow label directions. 172 Chapter V Insect Control

4 IMPORTED FIRE ANT (continued) fenoxycarb (Award) 1 B spinosad (Justice bait) 0.27 to to 0.54 / 1 to 3 level tbsp 1 to 1.5 lb/acre Single mound treatment. Apply uniformly with ground equipment. fipronil (Maxforce) to 5.5 oz Apply as a broadcast. May treat mounds up to four times per year. (Topchoice) tbs/mound 2 lb Apply as a broadcast. imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. indoxacarb (Advion) bait 1.5 lb/acre Bait formulation. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar, GC, CS) methoprene (Extinguish) 0.5 % bait 1.5 lb/acre Mound or broadcast. methoprene + hydromethylnon (Extinguish 1.5 lb/acre Plus) pyriproxyfen (Distance Fire Ant Bait) Mound or broadcast. LEAFHOPPER, SPITTLEBUG acephate* (Orthene, T, T&O) 75 S 1 oz 0.25 to 0.5 Use GC formulation for golf courses to 1.5 oz chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 4 E, 50 WSP, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label. MILLIPEDE 0.25 to 0.5 Use GC formulation for golf courses. carbaryl* (Sevimol) (Sevin) 80 WSP 0.75 to 1.5 oz chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 2 E, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label. cypermethrin (Demon) TC lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 ft of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. MOLE CRICKET acephate* (Orthene T, T&O, Lesco-Fate) (Precise 4G) carbaryl* (Sevin) baits chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) B 1 to 1.9 oz Water soil before application. Do not water in. 2.8 lb Apply within 2 weeks of egg hatch for prevention. Irrigate immediately. 0.5 to 1 Use GC formulation for golf course. cyfluthrin* (Tempo 2, Tempo Ultra) 0.2 Home lawn use only. entomogenous nematodes* Various formulations now available. Adequate soil moisture critical for good control. fipronil (Chipco Choice) 0.1 G (Top Choice) imidacloprid (Merit) 75 WP 0 2 lb 4 level tsp 1.8 lb Use slit placement equipment. Apply as a broadcast. Apply while crickets are less than ½ inch long (June, early July). imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. indoxacarb (Advion) bait 50 to 200 lb/acre Not for use on sod farms. indoxacarb (Provaunt) oz Must be in possession of a supplemental label for this use at the time of application. lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. propoxur (Baygon) B SLUG, SNAIL Mesurol 2 B 1 lb Apply late in afternoon. metaldehyde Chapter V Insect Control 173

5 SOD WEBWORM acephate* (Lesco-Fate, Orthene T, T&O) (Precise 4G) azadirachtin* (Azatrol, Neemix, Turplex) Bacillus thuringiensis, various brands 0.5 to 1 oz 2.8 lb to 2 lb/acre Home lawns only. Irrigate immediately to 0.25 Use GC formulation for golf courses. 2.5 to 3 oz chlorantraniliprole (Acelepryn) to chlorpyrifos* (Dursban) 4 E, 2 E, 5 G, Pro For use on golf courses; check new label. cyfluthrin* (Tempo 2, Tempo Ultra) Irrigate immediately after application. Do not apply to newly seeded stands or bentgrass. halofenozide (Mach 2) Can be used two times per season at these rates lb imidacloprid + bifenthrin (Allectus, Atera) Rate varies with pest. Different formulations for different sites. indoxacarb (Provaunt) SC to 0.25 Not labeled for use on sod farms. lambda-cyhalothrin* Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. (Scimitar WP, (Battle) methomyl (Lannate) 90 SP 0.4 to 0.8 oz permethrin* (Astro) 0.4 to 0.8 spinosad A and D (Conserve) SC 0.25 to 1.25 Rate varies with size and species. trichlorfon* (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP SOWBUG, PILLBUG bifenthrin* (Talstar) F, GC 0.25 to 0.5 Use GC formulation for golf courses. G form also available 0.75 to 1.5 oz cypermethrin* (Demon) TC lambda-cyhalothrin* (Battle, Scimitar WP, Do not make applications within 20 feet of any body of water. No reentry until spray has dried. * Several tradenames available. Check label for active ingredient. Always follow label instructions. 174 Chapter V Insect Control

6 INSECT CONTROL FOR HOME LAWNS R. L. BRANDENBURG and S. B. BAMBARA, Entomology Extension NOTE: Some products are for use only by professionals. Homeowner products are numerous and names change frequently, so it is not possible to list all homeowner products by brand names. When choosing a product to use at home, look at the label and use this table to choose the most effective active ingredient. TABLE INSECT CONTROL FOR HOME LAWNS ANT (Also see IMPORTED FIRE ANT) Amount per carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP and baits 6 to 8 oz Treat mounds and surrounding area or apply broadcast. clothianidin + benethrin (Aloft) G SC hydromethylnon* (Maxforce G) pyrethroids* (Advanced Lawn, Bug-B- Gone, Deltaguard, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) 1.8 to 3.61 lb 0.27 to 0.54 ARMYWORM, FALL ARMYWORM, CUTWORM azidirachtin* (Azatrol, Neemix, Turplex, etc.) carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP and baits 6 to 8 oz Apply as a coarse spray in sufficient water for good coverage. Treat when first injury noted. Repeat as needed. Do not water into soil. Do not cut grass for 1 to 3 days after treatment. chlorotraniliprole (Acelepryn) G SC indoxacarb (Provaunt) G pyrethroids* (Advanced Lawn, Bug-B- Gone, Deltaguard, Menace, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) 1.15 to 2.3 lb to lb 1.15 to 2.3 lb Can be applied two times per season at these rates. spinosad A and D (Conserve) SC 0.25 to 1.25 Rate varies with size and species. trichlorfon* (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP various entomogenous nematode and B.t. products BEE and WASP carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP 6 to 8 oz Most of these are parasitic on soil pests, especially grubs; therefore they are beneficial. Sometimes there are so many bees and wasps burrowing in the soil that chemical treatments are necessary to prevent damage or reduce danger pyrethroids* (Advanced Lawn, Bug-B- from stings. Spot spray ground nest openings. Bee, wasp, and hornet sprays in pressurized cans are also effective. Gone, Deltaguard, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) CHINCH BUG Beauveria bassiana* (Naturalis-T) pyrethroids* (Advanced Lawn, Bug-B- Gone, Deltaguard, Menace, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) GRUB, GREEN JUNE BEETLE (only) (Also see WHITE GRUB.) carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP 2 oz Apply to the soil surface but do not water in. GRUB, WHITE (Japanese beetle, Southern chafer, European chafer, billbug, green June beetle) carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP 6 oz carbaryl* (Sevin) 50 WP Use as a mound drench. chlorotraniliprole (Acelepryn) G 1.15 to 2.3 lb G 1.84 to 3.67 lb clothianidin + benethrin (Aloft) G SC 1.8 to 3.61 lb 0.27 to 0.54 Toxic to aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply near or allow runoff to surface or intertidal areas. and imidacloprid (Advanced Lawn Grub Control, Merit) thiomethoxam (Meridian) Highly toxic to aquatic invertebrates. trichlorfon* (Proxol/Dylox) 80 SP 3.75 oz various entomogenous nematodes Must be Heterorhabditid species to be effective. 188 Chapter V Insect Control

7 TABLE INSECT CONTROL FOR HOME LAWNS IMPORTED FIRE ANT acephate* (Orthene T, T&O) 75 S Ortho Fire Ant Killer avermectin B1 (Ascend) 0.11% bait Amount per 1 to 2 tsp/ mound Distribute uniformly over mound. For best results apply early in morning or late afternoon. 5 to 7 tbsp/ mound Distribute uniformly 5 to 7 level tbsp of bait 3 to 4 ft around base of each mound. carbaryl (Sevin XLR) Use as a mound drench. d-limolene (Orange Guard) Mound treatment. Acceptable to organic growers. May also be used around fruit and vegetable gardens. fipronil (Over n Out) (Top Choice) (Fire Ant Killer Granules) 2 lb Apply as a broadcast. hydramethylnon* (Amdro Fire Ant Bait, Amdro Pro) (Maxforce G) indoxacarb (Spectracide Fire Ant Once and Done) (Over n Out Fire Ant Killer Mound Treatment) Advion Follow label directions precisely. Use fresh bait. Repeat treatment usually required. methoprene (Extinguish) bait Mound or broadcast. Follow label directions. Repeat treatments usually required. methoprene + hydromethylnon (Extinguish Plus, Amdro Firestrike) bait Follow label directions precisely. Repeat treatments usually required. Use fresh bait. Found in broadcast or mound treatment packaging. pyrethroids (Bayer Advanced, Menace, Ortho Fire Ant Killer, Mound Treatment, Talstar One, Tempo) pyriproxyfen (Distance) bait Mound or broadcast bait. spinosad (Come and Get It Fire Ant Bait by Fertilome, Entrust, Payback, Green Light Fire Ant Control with Conserve, Green Light Fire Ant Killer with Spinosad Mound Drench) MOLE CRICKET carbaryl* (Sevin) 80 WP and baits 8 oz fipronil (Over n Out) 2 lb Apply as a broadcast. imidacloprid (Advanced Lawn Grub Control, Merit) indoxacarb (Advion Mole Cricket Bait) indoxacarb (Provaunt) SC pyrethroids* (Advanced Lawn, Bug-B- Gone, Deltaguard, Menace, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) Various entomogenous nematode products s Require irrigation. SLUG, SNAIL measurol 2% B 1 lb Apply in late afternoon. metaldehyde Apply in late afternoon. SOD WEBWORM (also BURROWING SOD WEBWORM) carbaryl* (Sevin) 80 W 50 WP pyrethroids* (Advanced Garden, Deltagard, Scimitar, Talstar, Tempo) 6 oz 8 oz lb Acceptable to organic growers. Follow label directions precisely. Repeat treatments usually required. Use fresh bait. May also be used around fruit and vegetable gardens. Do not water in sprays. Use 6 gal water plus the insecticide per 1,000 sq ft. Treat in late afternoon. Do not cut grass for 1 to 3 days after treatment. Granules must be watered in. Can be applied two times per season at these rates. spinosad A and D (Conserve) SC 0.25 to 1.25 Rate varies with size and species. trichlorfon* (Dylox, Proxol) 80 SP Use sufficient water for good coverage. various entomogenous nematode and B.t. products *Several trade names available. Check label for active ingredient. Always follow label instructions. Chapter V Insect Control 189

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