Aztec 2.1G (marketed by Bayer Corporation). Bayer Corporation has reduced the rate of Aztec in first year corn following soybean for control of wireworms and seedcorn maggot. These rates have been reduced by 33 percent of the full label rate. With the reduced rate, Aztec must be used as an in-furrow application. Reduced rates are 30-inch rows (4.9 lb/acre), 36-inch rows (4.1 lb/acre), and 38-inch rows (3.9 lb/acre). T-band and band applications require the full Aztec use rate. Corn following corn, Conservation Reserve Program, sod, and pasture also require the full labeled Aztec rates. Aztec 2.1G is a restricted use pesticide.
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Rice, Marlin E., "New products and changes for corn soil insecticides" (2002). Integrated Crop Management News. 1789.
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