Spirotetramat: Human Health Risk Assessment for Proposed Uses on Citrus; Cucurbit Vegetables; Fruiting Vegetagles; Grape; Hops; Leafy Brassica Vegetables; Leafy Non-Brassica Vegetables: Pome Fruit; Potato & Other Tuberous & Corm Vegetables; Stone Fruit; Tree Nuts; Onions; Strawberries; Livestock Commodities; and Greenhouses Nurseries.
Spirotetramat is a tetramic acid derivative (ketoenole), and is active against sucking insects in vegetables, citrus, pome fruit, stone fruit, grapes, cotton and other plants. It is systemic (xylem and phloem mobile) and can control hidden pests and protect new shoots.
|Office of Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances|
|Office of Registration Action 1|
|Health Effects Division|
|Tyler, Jennifer R.; Kramer, George F.; Lowe, Kelly; Mitkus, Robert|