FMC recently received from the EPA a registration allowing the use of Mustang Max™ on many crops, including alfalfa, corn, sorghum, soybean, and wheat. Mustang Max is a pyrethroid insecticide tested as F0570. It is formulated as an emulsifiable concentrate containing 0.8 pound of active ingredient per gallon. Mustang Max will replace Mustang in the marketplace. The chart shows a few of the Iowa insects listed on the Mustang Max label, rates of product per acre, and the preharvest intervals. Mustang Max is a restricted use pesticide. Consult the label for additional restrictions or suggestions before insecticide application.
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