Cancellation of Flubendiamide (Belt) Upheld

The EPA’s Environmental Appeal Board (EAB) upheld the EPA’s decision to cancel the registration of the insecticide flubendiamide – Bayer’s Belt.  Belt was previously labeled on soybeans, peanuts, corn, cotton, and several vegetable crops for the control of caterpillars.

The EAB did not uphold EPA’s existing stocks determination and will allow distributors and retailers to distribute and sell any remaining flubendiamide inventories, and allow growers to continue use of the product according to label directions for use.

Here is a link to the EPA’s website with information regarding the cancellation of flubendiamide.

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