Chlorantraniliprole13-Bromo-N-[4-chloro-2-methyl-6-[(methylarnino)carbonyl]phenyl]-1-(3-chloro-2-pyridinyl)-1H-pyrazole-5-carboxarnide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.2%
Other Ingredients 99.8%
Chlorantraniliprole belongs to the anthranilic diarnide chemical class
For systemic control of white grubs and other listed pests infesting landscape and recreational turfgrass (including golf courses) as well as landscape ornamentals, interior plantscapes and sod farms.
Active Ingredient: Chlorantraniliprole
Acelepryn G may be applied for the control of white grubs and other listed pests infesting landscape
and recreational turfgrass (including golf courses) as well as landscape ornamentals and interior
Acelepryn G may be used on plants or turfgrasses that are being grown for aesthetic or recreational
purposes or climatic modification in or around home lawns, commercial lawns, industrial facilities, residential
dwellings, business and office complexes, shopping complexes, multi-family residential complexes,
institutional buildings, airports, cemeteries; interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens, wildlife
plantings, parks, playgrounds, schools, day-care facilities, golf courses (tee box areas, roughs, fairways,
greens, collars etc.), athletic fields, sod farms and other landscaped areas.
Do not apply Acelepryn G to soil saturated with water because adequate distribution of the active
ingredient vertically in the soil profile cannot be achieved under this condition.
Acelepryn G is in GROUP 28 of the EPA’s Insecticide and Acaricide Groups Based on Target Site of Action
(EPA PR Notice 2001-5) and may be used in rotational resistance management programs.
Consult your local Syngenta representative, Cooperative Extension Service specialist or pest control
advisor for regionally specific information regarding application timing.
Apply Acelepryn G with drop-type, rotary-type or hand-held application equipment. The application
equipment must be properly calibrated according to the manufacturer’s directions to ensure uniform
coverage over the treated area. During application, check equipment periodically to confirm that it is
working properly and that the granules are being uniformly distributed.
White Grubs: Apply Acelepryn G from early April to early September for preventative and early curative
control of all the major white grub species infesting turfgrass. The need for an application may be
based on historical monitoring of the site, previous records or experiences, current season adult trapping
or other methods. The higher rate listed for white grub control in Table 1 may be required in late
August or early September when less sensitive mid-instar grubs are present at the time of application.
Irrigate turf immediately after application or allow rainfall to move the product into the soil.
Annual Bluegrass Weevil: Apply Acelepryn G when overwintered adult annual bluegrass weevils are
observed in late April or early May to prevent damage from first generation larvae in late-May and
June. An application of Acelepryn G at this time will also provide white grub control.
Billbugs: Apply Acelepryn G when overwintered adult billbugs are first observed. This will usually
occur in late April or early May in regions with cool-
season turfgrasses. An application of Acelepryn G
at this time will also provide white grub control. The higher rates listed in Table 1 may be required for
applications made after early May or when billbug species other than bluegrass billbug are present.
European Crane Fly: Apply Acelepryn G between September and November to control European crane
fly larvae in turfgrass. The higher rate listed in Table 1 may be required to achieve control when
applications are made in November.
Turf Caterpillars: Acelepryn G will provide curative caterpillar control in turfgrass. If the area being
treated is maintained at a mowing height of greater than one inch, then the higher rate listed in Table
1 may be required during periods of high pest pressure.
Chinch Bugs: For suppression of chinch bugs, apply Acelepryn G before eggs hatch.
APPLICATION RATES FOR LAWNS, GOLF COURSES AND OTHER RECREATIONAL
Table 1 provides the application rates that will control the listed turfgrass pests. For maximum residual
effectiveness or for optimal control of large pest infestations, Acelepryn G may be applied at up to
125 pounds per acre (0.25 lb Al/A) to control any of the pests listed in Table 1. Restriction: Do not apply
more than 250 pounds (equivalent to 0.5 lb of active ingredient) of product per acre per year.
Coverage: 25lb. bag covers 10,000 sq. ft.