Pesticide information is revised regularly on this web site and published to provide professional foresters and private landowners with up-to-date information on the registration, selection, application and safe and proper use of forestry-related chemicals. Cultural pest control tactics, biological control products, and natural pest suppression systems also are included.
The registration of chemical products is constantly changing. The information provided herein is based on the information obtained from manufacturers' labels. It is not our intent to list all products that are legally registered, but the list is as comprehensive as possible given the constant registration of new chemicals and withdrawal of old ones. It is suggested that pesticide users regularly check this web site for updated information. Copies of chemical product labels often can be obtained from the manufacturer (most have their own web sites) or from several label databases, including CDMS and C & P Press' Greenbook.
The information presented is intended only as a guide for preliminary planning when considering the use of pesticides for the control of the pests cited. The use of trade, firm or corporation names in this web site does not constitute endorsement or imply recommendations for their use by the authors or the Texas Forest Service to the exclusion of others that may be suitable.
NOTE: REGARDLESS OF THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN THIS WEB SITE, THE PESTICIDE APPLICATOR MUST ALWAYS REFER TO THE PRODUCT LABEL AND/OR ACCOMPANYING MANUFACTURER'S PRODUCT INFORMATION FOR GUIDANCE IN APPLYING A GIVEN PRODUCT.
If you have any question, please contact:
Donald M. Grosman, Ph.D.,
Entomologist II and Coordinator,
Western Gulf Forest Pest Management Cooperative