Pests controlled by LEVERAGE 360 INSECTICIDE        [ 264-1104 ]


The site and pest data was supplied by the U.S. EPA., and may not accurately reflect the sites and pests on the label in your state. Please be sure to read the DIRECTIONS FOR USE on the actual label. Product labeling requirements in your state may differ from the federal requirements. Be sure to check your state's specific guidelines and requirements for all products.

Pest Name
Alfalfa Looper
American Plum Borer
Ants
Aphids
Apple Maggot
Armyworm
Bean Leaf Beetle
Black Flies
Black Pecan Aphid
Boll Weevil
Cabbage Looper
Cabbage Webworm
Carrot Weevil
Cherry Fruit Fly
Citrus Psyllid
Climbing Cutworms
Codling Moth
Colorado Potato Beetle
Corn Earworm
Corn Rootworms (adult)
Cotton Aphid
Cotton Bollworm
Cotton Leafperforator
Cotton Leafworm
CoWPea Curculio
Cucumber Beetles
Cucumber Beetles (adult)
Cutworms
Dipterous Leafminers
Earwigs
Ermine Moth
European Apple Sawfly
European Corn Borer
Filbert Worm
Flea Beetles
Fleahoppers
Fuller Rose Beetle (adult)
Fuller Rose Weevil (larvae)
Garden Symphylan
Garden Webworm
Glassy-winged Sharpshooter
Grape Berry Moth
Grape Bud Beetle
Grape Flea Beetle
Grape Leaffolder
Grape Leafroller
Grapeleaf Skeletonizer
Grasshoppers
Green Cloverworm
Green Fruitworm
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Total Number of Pests: 119

If you find erroneous data, please e-mail the department at Lee Davis.  We will respond to all inquiries as soon as possible.

Database Last Updated: 9/12/2014

Disclaimer: The pests listed above are approved by the EPA, and may not exactly match the label approved by the state of North Carolina.

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