New Spray and Harvest Product Approved for Growers – Mustang Maxx

Regulatory Statewide

Effective Sept. 13, 2021, the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) announced the addition of Mustang Maxx to the list of products available for use when conducting spray and harvest mitigation.

As recommended by the University of California (UC), Mustang Maxx (EPA Registration Number 279-3426) has been added to the list of approved products, along with its proper use rates, on the Information for Citrus Growers/Grove Managers document available on CDFA’s website and Citrus Insider. It is incumbent upon the user to follow all label directions when using any of the products approved for spray and harvest as a foliar application.

For the latest information and additional details on recommended treatments, visit the UC IPM ACP website.

For questions regarding the changes made, please email Karina Chu or call CDFA at 916-274-6300.


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