Any body tell me that where i collect the pesticide formulation receipes. espacilly Bifenthrin 95% Technical?

Any body tell me the site name where i collect receipes for pesticides formulation.

Answer:
Bifenthrin
Pesticide Fact Sheet

Prepared for the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service by Information Ventures, Inc.

This fact sheet is one of a series issued by the Forest Service for their workers and the general public. It provides information on forest and land management uses, environmental and human health effects, and safety precautions for the insecticide, bifenthrin and its formulations. Unless otherwise stated, the toxicity data presented in this fact sheet refer to the active ingredient, bifenthrin. When included, data on formulated products will be specifically identified. A list of definitions is included in Section VIII of the fact sheet.
I. Basic Information

Common name: bifenthrin

Chemical name: (2-methyl[1,1-biphenyl]-3-yl)-... cyclopropanecarboxylate

Common Product names: CaptureĀ®, TalstarĀ®, BrigadeĀ®

Pesticide classification: insecticide, miticide

Registered Use Status: Bifenthrin has been classified as "Restricted Use" due to toxicity to fish and aquatic organisms. Sale and use of Restricted Use pesticides are limited to licensed pesticide applicators or their employees, and only for uses covered by the applicator's certification.

Formulations: Commercial bifenthrin products generally contain one or more inert ingredients. An inert ingredient is anything added to the product other than an active ingredient.

The contents of two bifenthrin formulation are listed below.

Capture 2 EC: bifenthrin (25.1%), aromatic hydrocarbons (<21.9%), 1,2,4-trimethylbenzene (<11.3%), xylene (<7.1%), surfactant blend (<6.9%), ethylbenzene (<1.1%), cumene (<0.7%), and 1-butanol (<0.6%)

Talstar WP: bifenthrin (10%), and inert ingredients (90%) including quartz (<5.7%), surfactant blend (<4%), and mineral oil (<2.5%)

Residue assay methods: Gas/liquid chromatography methods are available for residue assay.
II. Insecticide Uses

Registered forestry, rangeland, right-of-way uses: In some states, bifenthrin can be used for the control of insects in pine seed orchards and on trees, shrubs, and plants. All forestry uses are covered by Special Local Needs labels.

Operational details:

Target insects: cone worms, seed bugs, seed worms, and other insects and mites

Mode of action: Bifenthrin controls insects by contact and stomach poison activity. It acts by paralyzing the nervous systems of insects. Bifenthrin is not absorbed by plant foliage.

Method of application: ground and aerial spraying

Timing of application: The timing of applications depends on the type of insect to be controlled. Consult the label for specific information.

Use rates: 0.1 to 0.2 pounds per acre

Use Precautions:

Always read all of the information on the product label before using any pesticide. Read the label for application restrictions.

Drift control: Do not make aerial or ground applications during temperature inversions. Do not apply when wind velocity exceeds 15 miles per hour. For aerial applications, the spray boom should be mounted on the aircraft so as to minimize drift caused by wingtip or rotor vortices.

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