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Product Name on Label: Real-kill dursban multi-purpose insect spray concentrate

The EPA Registered Name for this product is: Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer
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Identifying information, including U.S. EPA registration number, product registration status, formulation and warning label, as well as links to sources of product labels and MSDS information.
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.
Complete list of names under which this product is sold. Often a company will register a single product and then sell the same product under many different brand names. The 'Distributor Name' list is a complete list of these names.
 

Product Identification for Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer

Basic Identification Information About This Product
MSDS and Product Label
U.S. EPA Product Reg No
Product Registration Status
Formulation
Acute Hazard Warning Label
Restricted Use Product
PAN Bad Actor Product:
No. of names this product is sold under
8845-30
Cancelled
Emulsifiable concentrate
3 Caution
No
Yes
8 (See bottom of page for complete list of products)
 

Toxicity for Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer

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
Inhibitor
Developmental or
Reproductive Toxin
Endocrine
Disruptor
Chlorpyrifos 6.00 % Not Likely
Suspected
Legend
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)

 

Historic Uses in the U.S. for Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer

Note! This product is now cancelled, when it was registered it was used for the following:

Uses

Insecticide , Miticide
 

Pests

Sowbugs , Centipedes , Millipedes , Symphylans , Spiders , Mites , Formula mite , Ticks , Deer ticks , Winter grain mite , Brown dog tick , Red spider mites , Spider mites (eggs) , Clover mite , Southern red mite , Pecan leaf scorch mite , Chiggers (redbugs) , Leafrollers , Leafminers , Springtails , Earwigs , Fleas , Thrips , Citrus thrips , Silverfish , Beetles , Ambrosia beetles , Anobiid beetles , Bronze birch borer , Twolined chestnut borer , Flatheaded appletree borer , Pacific flatheaded borer , Oak borer , Seedcorn beetle , Longhorned beetles , Red oak borer , Locust borer , Cottonwood borer , Flea beetles , Flea beetles (larvae) , Flea beetles (adult) , Sweetpotato flea beetle , Asparagus beetle , Corn rootworms (larvae) , Corn rootworms (adult) , Sunflower beetle , Willow leaf beetles , Systena flea beetles , Weevils , Plum curculio , Pine reproduction weevil , Hyperodes weevils , Turfgrass weevils , Black vine weevil , Fuller rose beetle , Billbugs , Bluegrass billbug , Yellow-poplar weevil , Sunflower seed weevil , Sunflower stem weevil , Wireworms , Conoderus wireworms , White grubs (larvae) , June beetles , European chafer (larvae) , Southern masked chafer (larvae) , Rose chafer , Japanese beetle , Japanese beetle (larvae) , Black turfgrass ataenius (grubs) , Southern pine beetle , Spruce beetle , Black turpentine beetle , Native elm bark beetles , Shothole borer , European elm bark beetle , Flies , Root maggots , Onion maggot , Seedcorn maggot , Mosquitoes , Cherry fruit fly , Walnut husk fly , Apple maggot , European crane fly , Chinch bug , Plant bugs , Lygus bugs , Tarnished plant bug , Stink bugs , Boxelder bug , Lace bugs , Scales , Scales (crawlers) , Woolly aphids , Whiteflies , Aphids , Cotton aphid , Apple aphid , Spirea aphid , Black peach aphid , Asparagus aphid , Rosy apple aphid , Woolly apple aphid , Mealy plum aphid , Chrysanthemum aphid , Rose aphid , Filbert aphid , Black cherry aphid , Greenbug , Elm leaf aphid , Golden oak scale (crawlers) , Spittlebugs , Leafhoppers , Periodical cicada , Florida wax scale (crawlers) , Brown soft scale , Lecanium scales (crawlers) , European fruit lecanium , Fletcher scale (crawlers) , Magnolia scale (crawlers) , Cottony maple scale (crawlers) , Hemispherical scale (crawlers) , Black scale , California red scale , Tea scale (crawlers) , Oystershell scale (crawlers) , Chaff scale , Pine needle scale (crawlers) , Walnut scale , San jose scale , San jose scale (crawlers) , Euonymus scale (crawlers) , Snow scales , Oak kermes (crawlers) , Cottonycushion scale (crawlers) , White birch scale (crawlers) , Thornbug , Phylloxerans , Mealybugs , Citrus mealybug , Psyllids , Pear psylla (adult) , Adelgids , Cooley spruce gall adelgid , Pine bark adelgid , Sawflies , Wasps , Pine sawflies , Redheaded pine sawfly , Ants , Carpenter ants , Fire ant , European apple sawfly , Pin oak sawfly , Hornets , Caterpillars , Lepidopterous (larvae) , Moths , Webworms , Needleminers , Fall webworm , Woollybear caterpillars , Oleander caterpillar , California oakworm , Peach twig borer , Lodgepole needleminer , Juniper webworm , Rednecked peanutworm , Jeffrey pine needleminers , Cankerworms , Elm spanworm , Winter moth , Fiery skipper , Maple leafcutter , Tent caterpillars , Eastern tent caterpillar , Western tent caterpillar , Forest tent caterpillar , Tussock moths , Douglas-fir tussock moth , Western tussock moth , Browntail moth , Gypsy moth , Puss caterpillar , Cutworms , Velvetbean caterpillar , Corn earworm , Green fruitworm , Western bean cutworm , Common stalk borer , Green cloverworm , Armyworm , Beet armyworm , Fall armyworm , Yellowstriped armyworm , Climbing cutworms , Lucerne moth , Walnut caterpillar , Yellownecked caterpillar , Poplar tentmaker , Redhumped caterpillar , Redhumped oakworm , Subtropical pine tip moth , Banded sunflower moth , Bagworm , Sod webworms , Lawn moths , Pecan nut casebearer , Mineola moth , Cranberry girdler (larvae) , Southwestern corn borer , Lesser cornstalk borer , American plum borer , Sunflower moth , European corn borer , Navel orangeworm , Mahogany webworm , Pandora moth , Orangestriped oakworm , Clearwing borers , Ash borer , Lilac borer , Peachtree borer , Lesser peachtree borer , Rhododendron borer , Dogwood borer , Grape root borer , Hornworms , Catalpa sphinx , Fruittree leafroller , Orange tortrix , Redbanded leafroller , Spruce budworm , Western spruce budworm , Jack pine budworm , Obliquebanded leafroller , Omnivorous leaftier , Pandemis leafroller , Variegated leafroller , Filbert leafroller , Tufted apple bud moth , Oriental fruit worm , Lesser appleworm , Hickory shuckworm , Codling moth , Filbert worm , Holly bud moth , European pine shoot moth , Nantucket pine tip moth , Pitch pine tip moth , Eyespotted bud moth , Spruce needleminer , Mimosa webworm , Cypress tip moth , Roaches , Palmettobugs , Grasshoppers , Waterbugs , Crickets , Mole crickets , Katydids , Budworms , Peach aphid , Grubs , Borers , Spring elm caterpillar
 

Crops and Locations

Grapes (soil treatment) , Citrus (foliar treatment) , Grapefruit (foliar treatment) , Lemons (foliar treatment) , Oranges (foliar treatment) , Almonds (foliar treatment) , Almonds (dormant application) , Almonds (delayed dormant application) , Filberts (foliar treatment) , Pecans (foliar treatment) , Walnuts (foliar treatment) , Apples (foliar treatment) , Apples (dormant) , Apples (delayed dormant application) , Pears (delayed dormant application) , Pears (dormant application) , Cherries (sweet) (bark treatment) , Cherries (sour) (foliar treatment) , Cherries (sweet) (delayed dormant application) , Cherries (sweet) (dormant application) , Cherries (sweet) (postharvest application) , Nectarines (bark treatment) , Nectarines (dormant application) , Nectarines (delayed dormant application) , Peaches (bark treatment) , Peaches (dormant) , Peaches (delayed dormant application) , Plums (dormant application) , Plums (delayed dormant application) , Prunes (dormant application) , Prunes (delayed dormant treatment) , Broccoli (soil treatment) , Broccoli (transplants) , Brussels sprouts (soil treatment) , Brussels sprouts (transplants) , Cabbage (soil treatment) , Cabbage (transplants) , Cauliflower (soil treatment) , Cauliflower (transplants) , Collards (soil treatment) , Collards (transplants) , Chinese cabbage (soil treatment) , Chinese cabbage (transplants) , Kale (soil treatment) , Kale (transplants) , Kohlrabi (soil treatment) , Kohlrabi (transplants) , Onions (bulb) (soil treatment) , Onions (dry) (soil treatment) , Radishes (soil treatment) , Rutabagas (soil treatment) , Sweet potatoes (soil treatment) , Corn (pop) (foliar treatment) , Corn (pop) (soil treatment) , Corn (sweet) (foliar treatment) , Corn (sweet) (soil treatment) , Asparagus (foliar treatment) , Asparagus (soil treatment) , Peanuts (foliar treatment) , Sunflowers (foliar treatment) , Sunflowers (soil treatment) , Turnips (soil treatment) , Turnips (transplants) , Ornamental plants (foliar treatment) , Ornamental lawns (foliar treatment) , Ornamental trees (foliar treatment) , Ornamental trees (bark treatment) , Prunus (bark treatment) , Domestic dwellings (outdoor) , Ant hills
 

U.S. Product Registration History for Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer

U.S. EPA Product Reg No:
8845-30
Product Registration Status:
Cancelled  
Approval Date:
Nov 14, 1979  
Cancellation Date:
Sep 12, 2001  
Cancel/Transfer Reason:
Company request
 

Company and Agent Information for Real-kill dursban multi-purpose insect spray concentrate

Manufacturer Agent Distributor
Spectrum group
Po box 142642
St louis, MO 63114
Company Number: 008845
No Agent, See Company Info. Realex
Po box 142642
St louis, MO 63114
Company Number: 000478

Distributor Names for Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer

Product names Distributor Product Type Approval Date Cancellation Date
Fire ant killer Spectrum group Distributor Product Nov 17, 1992 Sep 12, 2001
Frank's dursban insect spray Spectrum group Distributor Product Nov 17, 1992 Sep 12, 2001
Kgro dursban lawn insect spray Spectrum group Distributor Product Nov 17, 1992 Sep 12, 2001
Real-kill dursban multi-purpose insect spray concentrate Spectrum group Distributor Product Sep 28, 1999 Sep 12, 2001
Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd 7-2 home insect killer Spectrum group Distributor Product Nov 17, 1992 Sep 12, 2001
Rid-a-bug concentrate brand dd7-2 home insect killer Spectrum group Parent Product Nov 14, 1979 Sep 12, 2001
Rid-a-pest Spectrum group Distributor Product Feb 12, 1980 Jul 16, 1993
Super rid-a-bug brand flea & tick dd7-4 Spectrum group Distributor Product Feb 12, 1980 Jul 16, 1993
 
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