Coragen Insect Control is a suspension concentrate insecticide that provides quick protection for vegetables, potatoes, strawberries, and other crops against biting and feeding insects. It features the active ingredient Rynaxypyr which delivers broad-spectrum control of insects pests such as armyworms, loopers, silverleaf whitefly nymphs, leafminer larvae, Colorado potato beetles and more (see label for complete list). It belongs to Group 28 insecticide which provides a unique mode of action, plus it really works fast -- Lepidopteran insects will cease from feeding within minutes after exposure. It also has little impact on bees, making it perfect for Integrated Pest Management programs. This formulation also allows versatile application as it may be used for soil and foliar applications and drip and overhead chemigation using ground or air equipment. Available in gallon size.
Vegetables, tobacco, sweet corn, potatoes, strawberries, mint, hops, and other crops.
Can be applied by ground (including an in-furrow spray at planting, transplant water treatment, hill drench at planting, surface band at planting, soil shank injection at planting, drip chemigation, or foliar), or aerial application equipment.
Do not treat plants grown for transplanting. Not for use in nurseries, plant propagation houses, or greenhouses by commercial transplant producers on plants being grown for transplanting.
This product is only for commercial use.
Not for use on ornamental plants or plants being grown for ornamental purposes.
Not for residential use.
Do not apply CORAGEN through any irrigation system unless specified in the crop section of this label or in EPA approved supplemental labeling.
For New York State Only:
The following restrictions are required to permit use of CORAGEN insect control in the State of New York:
This product may not be applied within 100 feet of a water body (lake, pond, river, stream, wetland, or drainage ditch).
Aerial application of this product is prohibited.
Not for sale, sale into, distribution and/or use in Nassau, Suffolk, Kings, and Queens counties of New York State.
CORAGEN is a suspension concentrate that can be applied as: an in-furrow spray at planting, transplant water treatment, hill drench at planting, surface band at planting, soil shank injection at planting, drip chemigation, or foliar spray (including overhead sprinkler chemigation on certain crops as specified on this label) to control listed insects. Not all application methods are allowed on all crops; see specific crop sections of this label for which application methods may be used. DuPont CORAGEN is mixed with water for application. CORAGEN may be used on crops on this label grown for seed production.
Apply at the specified rates when insect populations reach locally determined economic action thresholds. Consult the cooperative extension service, professional consultants or other qualified authorities to determine appropriate threshold levels for treatment in your area.
Apply follow-up treatments of DuPont CORAGEN, as specified, to keep pest populations within threshold limits. Refer to the Resistance Management section of this label for further guidance on follow-up treatments. See individual crop sections of this label for specific minimum spray intervals.
Use sufficient water to obtain thorough, uniform coverage.
CORAGEN can be applied by: ground (including an in-furrow spray at planting, transplant water treatment, hill drench at planting, surface band at planting, soil shank injection at planting, drip chemigation, or foliar), or aerial application equipment. Not all application methods are allowed on all crops; see specific crop sections of this label for which application methods may be used. CORAGEN can be applied via overhead sprinkler chemigation systems on some crops; see specific crop sections of this label for crops where overhead sprinkler chemigation can be used. For aerial application use the following directions unless otherwise specified in specific crop/pest sections of this label or EPA-approved supplemental labeling, use a minimum of 5 gallons per acre (gpa) of water. The highest labeled rate for a specified pest may be necessary when aerial applications are made. For all other application methods use the following directions, unless otherwise specified in specific crop/pest sections of this label or EPA-approved supplemental labeling, use a minimum of 10 gal per acre (GPA) of water for all crops.
Use of Adjuvants - In some situations where coverage is difficult to achieve such as closed canopy, dense foliage, plants with waxy leaf surfaces, or less than optimum application equipment, an adjuvant may improve performance. Use only adjuvant products that are labeled for agricultural use and follow the directions on the manufacturer's label. Always conduct a premix test for compatibility. Use an adjuvant that does not affect foliage and/or fruit finish. Refer to specific crop sections of this label for additional adjuvant guidance.
CORAGEN must be applied in a manner that ensures the product is in the root zone. CORAGEN must be in the root zone to provide effective control of target pests. CORAGEN is most effective when it is applied so that the roots are at or near the site of application; manage irrigation so that significant quantities of CORAGEN remain in the root zone where it is most effective. Maintaining soil moisture to field capacity or to meet crop needs and environmental conditions aids in product availability to the roots and can improve efficacy. Applications of CORAGEN to the root zone allow the active ingredient to be transported from the roots through the xylem providing upward systemicity. CORAGEN is translocated to the canopy beginning immediately after the application, reaching an effective concentration in 1 to 3 days for seedlings and up to 7 days for larger plants. As the plant grows, the roots continue to absorb the available DuPont CORAGEN from the reservoir in the soil providing extended protection of the plant canopy including new growth.
The length of control provided following soil applications will depend on the rate used, the pest being controlled and the environmental conditions; such as soil type, soil moisture, soil pH, etc. Use the higher specified rate within the rate range when pests are expected to occur later in the crop growth cycle or when pests are expected to be present continuously.
CORAGEN will primarily have activity in the foliage of treated plants and will not provide protection within the blooms and fruit. Foliar applications of other products may be needed to protect these parts of the plant. Unless directed otherwise in the specific crop sections of this label, only one soil application of CORAGEN® can be made per crop season, except for drip chemigation where a total of two applications can be made per season. If two drip applications are made then the application rate must not exceed 5 fl oz product (0.066 lb ai/acre) per application.
If CORAGEN is applied as an at plant soil application, only one subsequent drip chemigation application can be made.
In-Furrow Spray at Planting
Apply as a narrow band spray into the furrow at the seeding depth.
Transplant water treatment or Hill Drench
Transplants should be adequately watered before transplanting. Apply at transplanting in a minimum of 2 fluid ounces of treatment solution per transplant. Ensure water volume is sufficient to thoroughly wet the root zone.
Surface Band at Planting
Apply as a narrow (2 inches or less) surface band spray above the seed line at planting. Incorporate surface band application within 24 hours of application using sufficient irrigation (usually 0.5 – 1.0 inches of water) to reach the seeding depth.
Soil Shank Injection
Use soil shank injection at planting. Applications must be incorporated using sufficient irrigation (usually 0.5 - 1.0 inches of water) to reach the root zone. Shank injection should be be placed in the seed row or just below the seed line, within 1-2 inches of the seed line.
For insecticide resistance management it is important to avoid consecutive applications of insecticides with the same mode of action on successive generations of the same pest. See crops on label for recommended treatment rates and additional use information.
SEE LABEL COMPLETE RATES AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS.
This pesticide is toxic to aquatic invertebrates, oysters, and shrimp. Do not apply directly to water. Drift and runoff may be hazardous to aquatic organisms in water adjacent to use sites.
Surface Water Advisory
This product may impact surface water quality due to runoff of rain water. This is especially true for poorly draining soils and soils with shallow ground water. This product is classified as having high potential for reaching surface water via runoff for several months or more after application. A level, well-maintained vegetative buffer strip between areas to which this product is applied and surface water features such as ponds, streams, and springs will reduce the potential loading of chlorantraniliprole from runoff water and sediment. Runoff of this product will be reduced by avoiding applications when rainfall is forecasted to occur within 48 hours.
Ground Water Advisory
This chemical has properties and characteristics associated with chemicals detected in ground water. This chemical may leach into ground water if used in areas where soils are permeable, particularly where the water table is shallow.
Treating for Sod Webworms on St. Augustine Floratam grass. How long after applying FMC Coragen Insect Control does it take for it to uptake into the grass blades?
Applications of Coragen Insect Control to the root zone allow the active ingredient to be transported from the roots through the xylem providing upward systemicity. Coragen is translocated to the canopy beginning immediately after the application, reaching an effective concentration in 1 to 3 days for seedlings and up to 7 days for larger plants. As the plant grows, the roots continue to absorb the available product from the reservoir in the soil providing extended protection of the plant canopy including new growth.