Sivanto Prime

Overview


Sivanto Prime insecticide precisely targets key damaging pests like aphids, leafhoppers, blueberry maggot, scale and psyllids while at the same time having a favourable safety profile for many beneficial insects. Plus it works quickly, which helps preserve the overall health of your crops, stops the spread of diseases and most importantly, protects your investment.

  • The first insecticide in a new chemical sub-class, Group 4D, Sivanto Prime combines proven Group 4 insecticide efficacy with a favourable safety profile for many beneficial insects
  • Provides a wide window of application, strong Integrated Pest Management (IPM) fit and multiple application methodologies
  • Minimal application timing restrictions allowing application based on pest thresholds not plant staging
  • Antifeedant properties and quick knockdown of adult pests mitigate primary disease spread and provide lasting protection against secondary spread of pathogens
  • Xylem mobility allows for systemic movement from a soil application to protect new plant growth
  • Registered for use on a wide range of crops, such as vegetables, tree fruit, vine crops, and other horticulture crops
  • Can be applied as a foliar treatment to all registered crops and as a soil treatment to grapes, fruiting vegetables and cucurbit vegetables
  • Short PHIs allow early season through late season applications
  • Translaminar and local systemic movement allows targeting of insects feeding on the underside of leaves
  • Sivanto Prime offers a three-prong ability to mitigate primary and secondary spread of insect-transmitted diseases:
    1. Sivanto Prime’s knockdown insecticidal activity quickly kills targeted adult and immature insect pests
    2. Sivanto Prime applied either as a foliar or soil treatment causes rapid feeding cessation, within 90 minutes of application, in many sucking insect pests including aphids, psyllids and whiteflies
    3. Excellent residual activity of Sivanto Prime provides ongoing control of insect vectors, preventing colonization and additional spread of plant pathogens

 

Active Ingredients

Flupyradifurone – Group 4D insecticide

Crops

  • CROP SUBGROUP 1-B:

    1. Root and tuber vegetables – root vegetables (except sugarbeet): garden beet, edible burdock, carrot, celeriac (celery root), turnip-rooted chervil, chicory, ginseng, horseradish, turnip-rooted parsley, parsnip, radish, oriental radish (daikon), rutabaga, salsify, black salsify, Spanish salsify, skirret, turnip
  • CROP SUBGROUP 1-C:

    1. Root and tuber vegetables – tuberous and corm vegetables: arrowroot, Chinese artichoke, Jerusalem
  • CROP GROUP 4-13:

    1. Leafy vegetables: Chinese amaranth, leafy amaranth, arugula, Indian aster, blackjack, broccoli raab, Chinese broccoli, Abyssinian cabbage, seakale cabbage, cat's whiskers, cham-chwi, cham-na-mul, fresh chervil leaves, bok choy (Chinese cabbage), chipilin, garland chrysanthemum, fresh cilantro leaves, collards, corn salad, cosmos, garden cress, upland cress, dandelion leaves, dang-gwi, fresh dillweed leaves, dock, dol-nam-mul, ebolo, endive, escarole, fameflower, feather cockscomb, Good King Henry, Hanover salad, huauzontle, jute leaves, kale, bitter lettuce, head lettuce, leaf lettuce, maca, mizuna, mustard greens, orach, fresh parsley leaves, buckhorn plantain, English primrose, garden purslane, winter purslane, radicchio (red chicory), radish leaves, rape greens, wild rocket, shepherd’s-purse, spinach, Malabar spinach, New Zealand spinach, tree spinach (giant lambsquater), Swiss chard, tanier spinach, turnip greens, Chinese violet, watercress
  • CROP GROUP 22-B:

    1. Leaf petiole vegetables: cardoon, celery, Chinese celery, fuki, rhubarb, udo, zuiki
  • CROP GROUP 5-13:

    1. Brassica head and stem vegetables: broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, Chinese cabbage (napa), cauliflower
  • CROP GROUP 6:

    1. Legume vegetables (succulent or dried): bean (includes grain lupin, sweet lupin, white lupin and white sweet lupin), bean (includes field bean, kidney bean, lima bean, navy bean, pinto bean, runner bean, snap bean, tepary bean and wax bean), bean (includes adzuki bean, asparagus bean, blackeyed pea, catjang, Chinese longbean, cowpea, Crowder pea, moth bean, mung bean, rice bean, southern pea, yardlong bean), broad bean (fava bean), chickpea (garbanzo bean), guar, jackbean, lablab bean (hyacinth bean), lentil, pea (includes dwarf pea, edible-pod pea, English pea, field pea, garden pea, green pea, snow pea, sugar snap pea), pigeon pea, soybean (includes immature seed), sword bean
  • CROP GROUP 8-09:

    1. Fruiting vegetables: eggplant, African eggplant, pea eggplant, scarlet eggplant, garden huckleberries, goji berry, groundcherry, martynia, okra, pepino, bell pepper, non-bell pepper, sunberry, tomatillo, tomato, currant tomato, and cultivars, varieties and/or hybrids of these
  • CROP GROUP 9:

    1. Cucurbit vegetables: Chinese waxgourd (Chinese preserving melon), citron melon, cucumber, gherkin, edible gourd (includes hyotan, cucuzza, hechima, Chinese okra), Momordica (includes balsam apple, balsam pear, bitter melon, Chinese cucumber), muskmelon (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, crenshaw melon, golden pershaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls, mango melon, Persian melon, pineapple melon, Santa Claus melon, snake melon and excludes cantaloupes) (soil application only), pumpkin, summer squash (includes crookneck squash, scallop squash, straightneck squash, vegetable marrow, zucchini), winter squash (includes butternut squash, calabaza, hubbard squash, C. mixta, C. pepo, acorn squash, spaghetti squash), watermelon
  • CROP GROUP 11-09:

    1. Pome Fruits: apple, azarole, crabapple, mayhaw, medlar, pear, Asian pear, quince, Chinese quince, Japanese quince, tejocote, and cultivars, varieties and/or hybrids of these
  • CROP GROUP 12-09:

      Stone Fruits: apricot, apricot (Japanese), cherry (black, nanking, sweet, tart), nectarine, peach, plum, plum (American, beach, Canada, cherry, chickasaw, damson, Japanese, klamath, Prune), plumcot, sloe, and cultivars, varieties, and/or hybrids of these
  • CROP SUBGROUP 13-07A:

    1. Caneberry: blackberry (including Andean blackberry, arctic blackberry, bingleberry, black satin berry, boysenberry, brombeere, California blackberry, chesterberry, cherokee blackberry, cheyenne blackberry, common blackberry, coryberry, darrowberry, dewberry, Dirksen thornless berry, evergreen blackberry, himalayaberry, hullberry, lavacaberry, loganberry, lowberry, Lucretiaberry, mammoth blackberry, marionberry, mora, mures deronce, nectarberry, Northern dewberry, olallieberry, Oregon evergreen berry, phenomenalberry, rangeberry, ravenberry, rossberry, Shawnee blackberry, Southern dewberry, tayberry, youngberry, zarzamora); loganberry; raspberry, black and red; wild raspberry; and cultivars, varieties and/or hybrids of these
  • CROP SUBGROUP 13-07B:

    1. Berry and small fruit – bushberry (except highbush cranberry): aronia berry, highbush blueberry, lowbush blueberry, buffalo currant, Chilean guava, black currant, red currant, elderberry, European barberry, gooseberry, edible honeysuckle, huckleberry, jostaberry, Saskatoon berry (Juneberry), lingonberry, native currant, salal, sea buckthorn
  • CROP SUBGROUP 13-07F:

    1. Berry and small fruit – small fruit vine climbing, except fuzzy kiwifruit: Amur river grape, gooseberry, grape, hardy kiwifruit, maypop, schisandra berry
  • CROP SUBGROUP 13-07G:

    1. Berry and small fruit – low growing berry (except cranberry and lowbush blueberry): bearberry, bilberry, cloudberry, lingonberry, muntries, partridgeberry, strawberry
  • CROP GROUP 14-11:

    1. Tree nuts: almond, beech nut, black walnuts, bur oak nuts, butternuts, chestnuts, chinquapin nuts, English walnuts, ginkgo nuts, hazel nuts (filberts), heartnuts, hickory nuts, Japanese horse-chestnuts, monkey puzzle nuts, pecan, pine nuts, yellowhorn nuts
  • Corn (field, sweet, pop, seed)
  • Alfalfa (forage, silage and hay production only)
  • Peanut
  • Hops

Insects Controlled


Insects Suppressed

Province of Registration

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

Application Tips


  • Prior to use of a surfactant with Sivanto Prime, the mixture must be tested in a small area to ensure no risk of phytotoxicity
  • Sivanto Prime mixed with oil may cause fruit injury to certain varieties of pears (e.g. d’Anjou), when used alone or when other products are applied sequentially. Follow precautions on oil labels and spray guides and avoid application when temperatures exceed 30°C within 24 hours of application. See label for more details.
  • Good coverage is important; product will not move to older leaves, as these leaves are not being fed by the plant’s transport system
  • Restricted Entry Interval (REI) for hand girdling of grapes is 24 hours. REI for all other crops and activities is 12 hours
  • Do not make any application of Sivanto Prime insecticide following a soil, in-furrow, or seed treatment application of a Group 4D Insecticide
  • Sivanto Prime belongs to the chemical subgroup 4D. The cross-resistance potential between subgroups (i.e. 4A, B and C) is higher than that between different groups, so rotation between subgroups should be avoided where possible
  • Registered for aerial application in root and tuber vegetables (Crop subgroups 1-B and 1-C), legume vegetables (Crop group 6) and corn

 



 

Packaging
  • Formulated as a 200 g/L suspension concentrate
  • Available in 2 L jugs

 

Rainfastness
  • Rainfast in 1 hour

 

Crops3 Pests Controlled Method of Treatment Rate PHI Max Apps

Alfalfa
(forage, silage and hay production only)

Aphids

Leafhoppers

Apply as a directed foliar spray ensuring thorough coverage

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days – forage, silage, hay cutting

2000 mL/ha per crop season

Berry and small fruit – bushberry (except highbush cranberry)

(Crop subgroup 13-07B)

Aphids

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

3 days

Blueberry maggot

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Berry and small fruit – small fruit vine climbing, except fuzzy kiwifruit

(Crop subgroup 13-07F)

FOLIAR:

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

0 days

SOIL APPLICATION:

Leafhoppers

Chemigation

1500-2000 mL/ha
(607-809 mL/ac)

30 days

Berry and small fruit – low growing berry (except cranberry and lowbush blueberry)

(Crop subgroup 13-07G)

Aphids

Apply as a directed foliar spray ensuring thorough coverage

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

0 days

Blueberry maggot

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Brassica head and stem vegetables

(Crop group 5-13)

Aphids

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

1 day

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Corn (field, sweet, pop, seed)

Aphids

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days – Sweet corn, forage, silage, hay cutting

21 days - Grain, stover

Cucurbit vegetables1

(Crop Group 9)

FOLIAR:

Aphids

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

1 day

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

SOIL APPLICATION:

Aphids

Leafhoppers

Whiteflies

Chemigation or injection

750-1000 mL /
10,000 plants

21 days

Fruiting vegetables

(Crop group 8-09)

FOLIAR:

Aphids

Leafhoppers

Apply as a directed foliar spray ensuring thorough coverage

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

1 day

Colorado potato beetle

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

SOIL APPLICATION:

Aphids

Whiteflies

Chemigation or injection

750-1000 mL /
10,000 plants

45 days

Hops

Aphids

Apply as a directed foliar spray ensuring thorough coverage

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

21 days

750 mL/ha per season

Leaf petiole vegetables

(Crop group 22-B)

Aphids

Apply as a directed foliar spray ensuring thorough coverage

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

1 day

2000 mL/ha per crop season (for all crops)

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Leafy vegetables

(Crop group 4-13)

Aphids

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

1 day

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Legume vegetables (succulent or dried)

(Crop group 6)

Aphids

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days – Forage, Leaves, Vines, Pods, Cutting for Hay, or Seed (fresh or dry, except dry soybean seed)

21 days – dry soybean seed

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Peanut

Aphids

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Pome Fruits2

(Crop group 11-09)

Aphids (except wooly apple aphid)

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

14 days

Oystershell scale

Pear psylla (Suppression)

San Jose Scale

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac) + horticultural oil at 0.25% vol/vol.

Root and tuber vegetables – root vegetables (except sugarbeet)

(Crop subgroup 1-B)

Aphids

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Root and tuber vegetables – tuberous and corm vegetables

(Crop subgroup 1-C)

Aphids

Leafhoppers

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days

Colorado potato beetle

Whiteflies

750-1000 mL/ha
(303-405 mL/ac)

Tree nuts

(Crop group 14-11)

Aphids

500-750 mL/ha
(202-303 mL/ac)

7 days


  1. Certain varieties of muskmelon have been shown to be sensitive to foliar application of Sivanto Prime insecticide potentially resulting in significant leaf necrosis. Do not make foliar applications of Sivanto Prime insecticide on muskmelon.
  2. Sivanto Prime mixed with oil may cause fruit injury to certain varieties of pears (e.g. d’Anjou), when used alone or when other products are applied sequentially. Follow precautions on oil labels and spray guides and avoid application when temperatures exceed 30°C within 24 hours of application. See label for more details.
  3. Refer to label for a complete list of registered crops within each Crop group.

Resistance Management


  • Where possible, rotate the use of Sivanto Prime or other Group 4D insecticides with different groups that control the same pests in a field.
  • Insecticide use should be based on an IPM program that includes scouting, record keeping, and considers cultural, biological and other chemical control practices.
  • Before spraying Sivanto Prime, correctly identify the pest and ensure economic and agronomic thresholds are met as recommended by local provincial or IPM specialists.
  • Monitor treated pest populations for resistance development.
  • Contact your local extension specialist or certified crop advisors for any additional pesticide resistance-management and/or IPM recommendations for the specific site and pest problems in your area.

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