Lannate

Insecticide

Lannate™ insecticide gives fast-acting control of adults, nymphs, larvae and eggs of many pest species – including aphids, cabbage looper, European corn borer, several species of armyworm and many others – in crops such as apples, canola, cereals, potatoes, sweet corn and tomatoes.

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Benefits

These are the product benefits that Lannate herbicide has to offer.

Lannate, a group 1A (carbamate) insecticide is registered for use on 18 different crops, including the following:

Apples - Controls apple aphids, codling moth, mullein bug, oblique-banded leafroller, spotted tentiform leafminer, white apple leafhopper and winter moth.
Canola - Controls bertha armyworm, alfalfa looper, beet webworm and clover cutworm.
Cereals (wheat, oats, barley) - Controls common armyworm and thrips.
Peas - Controls alfalfa looper and pea aphid.
Potatoes - Controls aphids, flea beetles, leafhoppers and variegated cutworm.
Strawberries - Controls slugs (larvae of grey garden slug). Sweet corn - Controls aphids, corn earworm and European corn borer.
Tomatoes - Controls aphids, tomato fruit worm and variegated cutworm.


Crops

Below lists the crops that Lannate insecticide can be used on.

Canola

Canola (Brassica spp.)

Cereal Grains

Flax

Flax (Linum usitatissimum)


Provincial Registrations

Now registered in the following provinces:

  • Registered
  • Unregistered

Technical Specifications

  • Approved Use
    Refer to the Lannate label for complete use instructions.
    Refer to the Controlled Pests list for the full list of pests.
  • Rates
    Dependent on pest. Use as indicated on product label.
    One (1) case of Lannate insecticide contains 5.4 kg of product packaged in convenient water-soluble, pre-measured Toss-N-Go bags (225 g/bag x 24 bags).
  • Herbicide Group

    Group 1A


Resources

For more information, download the full label for Lannate Insecticide Label.
Download MSDS
Lannate Insecticide MSDS.
Before use and for complete product information, please read and follow label directions.