Preharvest interval for Prolex reduced to 30 days

The Environmental Protection Agency has accepted a label change that will allow soybean growers to apply Prolex insecticide up to 30 days prior to harvest, compared with the previous label stating a 45-day interval, reports Dow AgroSciences.

Prolex (gamma cyhalothrin) is the latest-generation pyrethroid product for controlling a broad spectrum of pests that delivers quick knockdown.

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