Belay Label Change – Vegetable Crops Hotline

Belay Label Change

Growers that purchase the insecticide Belay® should read the label carefully. The new label will contain several significant changes. Please see this announcement recently released by Valent.

“Valent is voluntarily removing or limiting certain crop uses on the Belay® label going forward due to on-going regulatory challenges with these uses. Specifically, all Fruiting Vegetable uses have been removed and uses for Cucurbits, and Potato have been modified. These changes have been made to both the Federal and State labels.  Valent is currently out of any old Belay® labeled product and will not be producing any additional material with that label. We are currently in production of Belay® with the new label and it should be available by mid-April.

Customer owned inventory with the old Belay® label can be sold to growers and used by them going forward (no expiration period has been imposed).”

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