Signal Word Change for Vulcan Insecticide

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A wording change approved by the EPA can mean a difference in insecticide use for growers. Sabrina Hill reports.
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The Environmental Protection Agency has approved a signal word change for MANA’s Vulcan insecticide label. Vulcan insecticide now has a reduced signal word designation of “Caution.” MANA’s Western Region Marketing Leader, John Descary, says it is significant for growers’ plans of sustainability.

This label revision now positions Vulcan in the lowest category of EPA toxicity ratings for agricultural crop inputs.

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