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Product Name: Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

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Summary of the toxicity properties of each active ingredient and the percent of each active ingredient in the product.
Approved uses for the product by general use type, pest, and crop or location.
Product registration history, including initial date registered, date cancelled (if applicable), and date registration was transferred (if applicable).
Name, address, and identifying number of the company that registered the product. Name and address of the agent, if applicable.
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Product Identification for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

Basic Identification Information About This Product
MSDS and Product Label
U.S. EPA Product Reg No
Product Registration Status
Acute Hazard Warning Label
Restricted Use Product
PAN Bad Actor Product:
No. of names this product is sold under
Flowable concentrate
2 Warning
1 (See bottom of page for complete list of products)

Toxicity for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

Summary Toxicity Information for the Active Ingredients in this Product
For detailed chemical information click on the chemical names below

Active Ingredients
Chemical Name
Percent Carcinogen Cholinesterase
Developmental or
Reproductive Toxin
Thiodicarb 34.0 %
Indicates high toxicity in the given toxicological category. Indicates no available weight-of-the-evidence assessment. For additional information on toxicity from scientific journals or registration documents, see the "Additional Resources for Toxicity " section of the chemical detail page for each active ingredient.

Other Ingredients in this Product

By U.S. law, only active ingredients (AIs) are reported. In addition to active ingredients, pesticide products may contain one or more "inert" ingredients. Many "inert" ingredients in current use have known adverse human and environmental effects.

U.S. EPA statement on inerts      U.S. EPA list of inerts     NCAP Inerts Report (pdf)


Registered Uses in the U.S. for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide


Insecticide , Miticide


No pest , Leafrollers , Bean leaf beetle , Cabbage flea beetle , Mexican bean beetle , Cotton boll weevil (larvae) , Plant bugs (larvae) , Fleahoppers (larvae) , Stink bugs , Threecornered alfalfa hopper , Sawflies , Webworms , Loopers , Fall webworm , Woollybear caterpillars , Pink bollworm (larvae) , Cankerworms , Fall cankerworm , Spring cankerworm , Skippers , Tent caterpillars , Gypsy moth , Cotton leaf perforator (larvae) , Cutworms , Cutworms (larvae) , Cotton leafworm (larvae) , Velvetbean caterpillar , Alfalfa looper , Alfalfa looper (larvae) , Tobacco budworm , Tobacco budworm (eggs) , Tobacco budworm (larvae) , Bollworm , Corn earworm , Pod worm , Cotton bollworm (eggs) , Cotton bollworm (larvae) , Bollworm (larvae) , Corn earworm (larvae) , Tomato fruitworm (larvae) , Western bean cutworm , Green cloverworm , Armyworm , Armyworm (larvae) , Soybean looper , Soybean looper (larvae) , Southern armyworm , Southern armyworm (larvae) , Beet armyworm , Beet armyworm (larvae) , Fall armyworm , Fall armyworm (larvae) , Yellowstriped armyworm , Cabbage looper , Cabbage looper (larvae) , Heliothis caterpillars , Heliothis caterpillars (larvae) , Imported cabbageworm , Bagworm , European corn borer , Oakworms , Fruittree leafroller , Spruce budworm , Omnivorous leafroller , Diamondback moth , Mimosa webworm , Budworms

Crops and Locations

Citron (citrus) (nonbearing) , Grapefruit (nonbearing) , Kumquat (nonbearing) , Lemons (nonbearing) , Limes (nonbearing) , Oranges (nonbearing) , Tangelos (nonbearing) , Tangerines (nonbearing) , Almonds (nonbearing) , Filberts (nonbearing) , Pecans (nonbearing) , Walnuts (nonbearing) , Apples (nonbearing) , Crabapples (nonbearing) , Pears (nonbearing) , Oriental pear (nonbearing) , Quinces (nonbearing) , Apricots (nonbearing) , Cherries (nonbearing) , Nectarines (nonbearing) , Peaches (nonbearing) , Plums (nonbearing) , Prunes (nonbearing) , Loquat (nonbearing) , Leafy vegetables (foliar treatment) , Red chicory (tops) (foliar treatment) , Broccoli (foliar treatment) , Cabbage (foliar treatment) , Cauliflower (foliar treatment) , Corn salad (foliar treatment) , Dandelion (foliar treatment) , Endive (escarole) (foliar treatment) , Fennel (florence) (foliar treatment) , Garden cress (foliar treatment) , Parsley (foliar treatment) , Rhubarb (foliar treatment) , Spinach (leaf) (foliar treatment) , Spinach (fine) (foliar treatment) , Swiss chard (foliar treatment) , Lettuce (head) (foliar treatment) , Lettuce (leaf) (foliar treatment) , Cardoon (foliar treatment) , Chinese spinach (foliar treatment) , Upland cress (foliar treatment) , New zealand spinach (foliar treatment) , Chervil (foliar treatment) , Arrugula (foliar treatment) , Celtuce (foliar treatment) , Chrysanthemum (edible) (foliar treatment) , Chrysanthemum (garland) (foliar treatment) , Dock (sorrel) (foliar treatment) , Orach (foliar treatment) , Garden purslane (foliar treatment) , Winter purslane (foliar treatment) , Corn (sweet) (foliar treatment) , Celery (foliar treatment) , Cotton (foliar treatment) , Cotton (seed treatment) , Soybeans (foliar treatment) , Shelterbelt plantings (foliar treatment) , Ornamental herbaceous plants (foliar treatment) , Ornamental herbaceous plants (greenhouse-foliar treatment) , Cacti (foliar treatment) , Calendula (foliar treatment) , Chrysanthemum (foliar treatment) , Coleus (foliar treatment) , Dieffenbachia (foliar treatment) , Impatiens (foliar treatment) , Geranium (foliar treatment) , Gloxinia (foliar treatment) , Hoya (foliar treatment) , Jade plant (foliar treatment) , Moses-in-the-cradle (foliar treatment) , Peperomia (foliar treatment) , Petunia (foliar treatment) , Philodendron (foliar treatment) , Pilea (grandis) (foliar treatment) , Poinsettia (foliar treatment) , Salvia (foliar treatment) , Sansevieria (foliar treatment) , Scindapsus (foliar treatment) , Spathiphyllum (foliar treatment) , Torenia (foliar treatment) , Verbena (foliar treatment) , Violets (foliar treatment) , Amaranthus (foliar treatment) , Canna (foliar treatment) , Senecio (foliar treatment) , Kalanchoe (foliar treatment) , Piggyback plant (foliar treatment) , Sander's dracaena (foliar treatment) , Snakeplant (foliar treatment) , Thanksgiving cactus (foliar treatment) , Wandering jew (foliar treatment) , Echeveria (foliar treatment) , Prayer plant (maranta red) (foliar treatment) , Baby rubber plant (foliar treatment) , Alternanthera (foliar treatment) , Purple passion vine (foliar treatment) , Aluminum plant (foliar treatment) , Spider plant (foliar treatment) , Swedish ivy (foliar treatment) , Arrowhead vine (foliar treatment) , Wax begonia (foliar treatment) , Aechenea spp. (foliar treatment) , Hosta (foliar treatment) , Ornamental woody shrubs (foliar treatment) , Azalea (foliar treatment) , Boxwood (foliar treatment) , Camellia (foliar treatment) , Elaeagnus (foliar treatment) , Euonymus (foliar treatment) , Ficus (foliar treatment) , Pyracantha (foliar treatment) , Gardenia (foliar treatment) , Hawthorn (foliar treatment) , Holly (foliar treatment) , Honeysuckle (foliar treatment) , Ixora (foliar treatment) , Japanese holly (foliar treatment) , Lantana (foliar treatment) , Ligustrum (foliar treatment) , Lilac (foliar treatment) , Mahonia (foliar treatment) , Periwinkle (foliar treatment) , Pittosporum (foliar treatment) , Rhododendron (foliar treatment) , Roses (foliar treatment) , Aucuba (foliar treatment) , Osmanthus (foliar treatment) , Hybrid tea roses (foliar treatment) , Copperleaf (chenille) (foliar treatment) , Painted copperleaf (foliar treatyment) , Fatsia (foliar treatment) , Japanese fatsia (foliar treatment) , Yaupon (foliar treatment) , Ornamental trees (foliar treatment) , Arborvitae (foliar treatment) , Weeping birch (foliar treatment) , Birch (foliar treatment) , Juniper (foliar treatment) , Loquat (ornamental) (nursery) , Maple (foliar treatment) , Norway spruce (foliar treatment) , Apple (ornamental) (nonbearing) , Pine (foliar treatment) , Scotch pine (foliar treatment) , Spruce (foliar treatment) , Sugar maple (foliar treatment) , Yew (foliar treatment) , White birch (foliar treatment) , Chamaedorea palms (foliar treatment) , Sword fern (foliar treatment) , Ferns (foliar treatment) , Irrigation supply systems (water treatment) , Noncrop areas (foliar treatment) , Wasteland (foliar treatment) , Roadsides (foliar treatment) , Rights-of-way (foliar treatment) , Fencerows (foliar treatment) , Aerial application , Tank mix

U.S. Product Registration History for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

U.S. EPA Product Reg No:
Product Registration Status:
Approval Date:
Feb 27, 1984  

Company and Agent Information for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

Manufacturer Agent Distributor
Bayer cropscience lp
2 t.w. alexander drive
Research triangle park, NC 27709
Company Number: 000264
No Agent, See Company Info. No Additional Distributor, See Company Info.

Distributor Names for Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide

Product names Distributor Product Type Approval Date Cancellation Date
Larvin brand 3.2 thiodicarb insecticide/ovicide Bayer cropscience lp Parent Product Feb 27, 1984 Active
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