Telone® EC

Fumigant

Parasitic nematode control for drip irrigation systems

Telone® EC is a liquid fumigant for the preplant treatment of soil that controls plant parasitic nematodes and certain other soil pests. It moves through the soil in the applied water, reaching the soil where nematodes live, and leaves a zone of protection to allow plants to get off to a fast, healthy start.

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Benefits

Superior efficacy

Telone® EC soil fumigant is labeled for use on most crops that utilize drip irrigation and provides superior efficacy on nematodes.

Ensures consistency

Telone EC is extremely effective, offering reliable consistency in yield and quality.

Easy application

Telone EC is easy to apply by injecting in the drip tape and ensures the knockdown of pests in first crop along with a herbicide program.



Crops

Field Crops

Field Crops

Melon

Melon,All Types (Cucumis melo)

Nursery Crops

Nursery Crops

Nut

Nuts, All Types, Various

Vegetables

Vegetables

Controlled pests

This product delivers effective pest control against the following:

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Technical Specifications

  • Active Ingredient

    1,3-dichloropropene

  • Approved Use

    A liquid fumigant for preplant treatment of soil to control plant parasitic nematodes and certain other soil pests in cropland using drip irrigation systems only.


™®Trademark of Dow AgroSciences, DuPont or Pioneer, and their affiliated companies or their respective owners. Telone is a Restricted Use Pesticide. In Florida, refer to the 24(c) Telone product specimen label for restrictions in certain counties. Telone is labeled under FIFRA 24(c) for nematode suppression in cotton and as an at-plant application only in the state of Georgia. Telone is not registered for sale or use in all states. Contact your state pesticide regulatory agency to determine if a product is registered for sale or use in your state. Always read and follow label directions.