Movento

Overview

Movento® is the most effective solution for your potato, apple, grape and a number of vegetable crops. Spray before threshold is reached and its two-way systemic action and strong residual control will ensure aphids stay out, all season long. You’ll never forget the day Movento came, either. But for an entirely different reason altogether.

Movento (spirotetramat) is a Group 23 with a new mode of action from a class of chemistry called tetramic acid that acts as a Lipid Biosynthesis Inhibitor (LBI). As an LBI, Movento works by inhibiting the insect’s ability to produce lipids, resulting in symptoms of poisoning and subsequent death following exposure. Movento provides excellent, long-term control of immature and adult female stages of aphids, various species of scale, mealybugs and Phylloxera. Following a foliar application, Movento rapidly moves into leaf vascular tissue and is carried up and down the plant system to protect leaf and root tissue. Movento’s residual activity continues to protect new plant growth.

Bayer CropScience recently received registration for the use of Movento insecticide on soybeans in Canada.

Due to the fact that import MRL's (tolerances) do not yet exist in key export markets, Bayer CropScience has decided NOT to commercialize this product for use on soybeans in 2012.

Bayer CropScience is committed to responsible stewardship of its products and as such believe this decision is necessary to ensure no impact on Canadian export markets for soybeans. Bayer is working diligently to address this situation and gain the necessary global tolerance as quickly as possible.

Application Tips

Overview



  • Group 23 insecticide
  • Travels up and down the entire plant to protect leaves, roots and new growth
  • Movento controls pests that products with only contact or translaminar activity often miss
  • Long residual control provides extremely effective activity on hard-to-control pests
  • Residual activity continues to protect new growth
  • New chemical class provides different mode of action for better resistance management and rotation options

 

Crops Insects Rates Pre-Harvest
Interval
(days)
Maximum Applications Re-entry Intervals
Berry and Small Fruit – Small Fruit Vine Climbing
(Crop subgroup 13-F)
Lecanium scale (suppression)
Mealybug
Phylloxera
365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 ml/ac.)
7 920 mL/ha
(372 mL/ac.)
12 hours
Whitefly 365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
Berry and Small Fruit – Low Growing Berry Except Strawberry
(Crop subgroup 13-H)
Aphids 220-365 mL/ha
(89-148 mL/ac.)
1.833 L/ha
(0.74 L/ac.)
Blueberry maggot
Blueberry gall midge
Cranberry tipworm
365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
Lecanium scale (suppression) 365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 mL/ac.)
Berry and Small Fruit – Bushberry
(Crop subgroup 13-B)
Aphids 220-365 mL/ha
(89-148 mL/ac.)
Blueberry maggots
Blueberry gall midge
Cranberry tipworm
365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
Lecanium scale (suppression) 365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 mL/ac.)
Brassica leafy vegetables
(Crop group 5)
Aphids
Swede midge larvae
Whitefly
220-365 mL/ha
(89-148 mL/ac.)
1 730 mL/ha
(296 mL/ac.)
Bulb onions
(Crop subgroup 3-07A)
Onion thrips (larvae) 365 mL/ha
(148 mL/ac.)
3
Green onions
(Crop subgroup 3-07B)
7
Cucurbit vegetables
(Crop group 9)
Aphids
Whitefly
220-365 mL/ha
(89-148 mL/ac.)
1
Fruiting vegetables
(Crop group 8)
Aphids
Psyllids
Whitefly
Leafy vegetables
(Crop group 4)
Aphids
Whitefly
3
Tuberous and corm vegetables including potatoes
(Crop subgroup 1C)
Aphids
Psyllids
Whitefly
7
Pome Fruit
(Crop group 11)
Aphids (green apple, rosy apple and woolly apple)
Whitefly
Pear psylla
365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
1.83 L/ha
(740 mL/ac.)
Mealybug
San Jose scale
365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 mL/ac.)
Stone Fruit
(Crop group 12)
Aphids
Whitefly
365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
1.12 L/ha
(453 mL/ac.)
Mealybug
San Jose scale
White peach scale
Lecanium scale (suppression)
365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 mL/ac.)
Tree nuts
(Crop group 14)
Aphids
Phylloxera
Whitefly
365-435 mL/ha
(148-176 mL/ac.)
1.58 L/ha
(640 mL/ac.)
Mealybug
San Jose scale
White peach scale
365-585 mL/ha
(148-237 mL/ac.)
Lecanium scale
(suppression)
Sweet corn Aphids 220-365 mL/ha
(89-148 mL/ac.)
1.1 L/ha
(445 mL/ac.)
Globe artichoke 3 1.83 L/ha
(740 mL/ac.)

*Refer to label for a complete list of registered crops within each crop group

 

Application Tips



  • Rainfast when dry
  • Minimum seven day interval between applications
  • Most effective when applied as a preventative treatment or before populations reach damaging levels
  • Must be applied with one of the following adjuvants: non-ionic (e.g. Agral 90 or Ag-surf), methylated seed oil (e.g., Hasten), or horticultural oil at 0.2% v/v
  • Prior to use of a surfactant with Movento in grapes, the mixture must be tested in a small area to ensure no risk of phytotoxicity
  • Prior to the use of a surfactant with Movento in tree fruits and nuts, the mixture must be tested in a small area to ensure no risk of phytotoxicity
  • Good coverage is important, product will not move to older leaves, as these leaves are not being fed by the plant’s transport system
  • Apply when sufficient leaf tissue is present to allow for maximum uptake of Movento by the plant
  • For high insect pressure and for faster knockdown, a follow-up application may be necessary seven days after the initial application

Active Ingredients

Spirotetramat

Resistance Management

Where possible, rotate the use of Movento or other Group 23 insecticides with products from different groups that control the same pests.

Crops

Province of Registration


  • Alberta
  • British Columbia
  • Manitoba
  • New Brunswick
  • Newfoundland
  • Northwest Territories
  • Nova Scotia
  • Nunavut
  • Ontario
  • Prince Edward Island
  • Quebec
  • Saskatchewan
  • Yukon

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