Insecticide

CORMORAN®

Multiple modes of action for codling moth control in apples and Colorado potato beetle control in potatoes as well as a wide range of
other insects in specialty...

CORMORAN®

SERIOUS INSECT PROTECTION

Why include CORMORAN® in an insecticide rotation?

  • Rapid knockdown action combined with extended residual control
  • Dual modes of action for resistance management
  • Control of all damaging stages of target insects including immatures and adults
  • Two distinct modes of action providing excellent control
  • Excellent rotational product

General Info

HOW IT WORKS

CORMORAN® kills insect eggs by contact and larvae by ingestion.
Containing two modes of action, CORMORAN® provides both rapid
knockdown and residual control of insect pests.

PACKAGING

  • Case: 2 x 10.08 L jugs

APPLICATION RATES & ACRES TREATED

  • Rate: 180 – 840 ml/ac
  • Acres Treated: 12 – 56 ac/jug

WATER VOLUME

  • Ground: 80 – 400 L/ac (20 – 105 US gal/ac)
  • Aerial: Do not apply by air.

RAINFASTNESS

  • Avoid application when heavy rain is forecast.

 

Key Crops and Application Rates

Apple

Insects: Leafhopper, Tentiform leafminer
Rate: 280 ml/ac

Insect: Aphids
Rate: 280-420 ml/ac

Insect: Gypsy moth, Japanese beetle, Mullein bug
Rate: 340-500 ml/ac

Insect: Green Fruitworm
Rate: 420 ml/ac

Insect: Apple Maggot, Codling Moth, European apple sawfly, Oriental fruit moth, Plum curculio
Rate: 420-500 ml/ac

Insect: Lesser Appleworm, Tarnished plant bug
Rate: 500 ml/ac

Insect: Dogwood borer
Rate: 600 ml/ac

Potatoes

Insect: Colorado potato beetle
Rate: 180-280 ml/ac

Insect: Armyworm, Cabbage looper
Rate: 180-300 ml/ac

Insect: Leafhopper
Rate: 200-300 ml/ac

Insect: Aphids, European corn borer
Rate: 260-300 ml/ac

Stone fruit

Insect: Oriental fruit moth (Ontario only)
Rate: 580-840 ml/ac

Insect: Cherry fruit fly (suppression, cherry only), Plum curculio (under high pressure, suppression only)
Rate: 840 ml/ac

Peppers (bell and non-Bell)

Insect: Colorado Potato Beetle
Rate: 180-280 ml/ac

Insect: Aphids
Rate: 200 ml/ac

Insect: European corn borer
Rate: 260-300 ml/ac

Insect: Armyworm, Cabbage looper
Rate: 180-300 ml/ac

Strawberries

Insect: Aphids, leafhopper
Rate: 200-300 ml/ac

Insect: Tarnished plant bugs, Strawberry clipper weevil
Rate: 360 ml/ac

Brassica (cole) leafy vegetables (crop group 5)

Insect: Alfalfa looper, Armyworm, Cabbage looper, Diamondback moth, Imported cabbageworm
Rate: 180-300 ml/ac

Insect: Aphids
Rate: 260-300 ml/ac

Insect: Lygus bug, Swede midge
Rate: 200 ml/ac

Leafy vegetables — Brassica leafy greens (crop subgroup 4)

Insect: Aphids
Rate: 260-300 ml/ac

 

Sweet Corn

Insect: Aphids
Rate: 200-280 ml/ac

Bushberries (crop group 13-07B)

Insect: Aphids, Blueberry gall midge (cranberry tipworm)
Rate: 200 ml/ac

Insect: Japanese beetle
Rate: 280 ml/ac

Insect: Blueberry maggot
Rate: 300-560 ml/ac

Insect: Blueberry Flea Beetle, Blueberry, Blueberry Spanworm, Cherry Fruitworm, Cranberry Fruitworm, Strawberry Rootworm, Thrips
Rate: 560 ml/ac

Alfalfa (grown for seed)

Insect: Alfalfa plant bug, Lygus bug
Rate: 300-360 ml/ac