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Product Name on Label: Topsin m 70 wp

The EPA Registered Name for this product is: Topsin m 70wp
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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 Topsin m 70wp

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
Wettable powder
3 Caution
3 (See bottom of page for complete list of products)

Toxicity for Topsin m 70wp

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
Thiophanate-methyl 70.0 %
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 Topsin m 70wp




Anthracnose of cucurbits (colletotrichum lagenarium) , Anthracnose (glomerella/colletotrichum) , Anthracnose , Sclerotinia blight , Ashy stem blight/charcoal rot , Brown rot blossom blt. (monilinia) , Brown rot/blossom/twig blight (monilinia) , Brown rot blossom/twig blight (monilinia fructicola/m. laxa) , Gummy stem blight (mycosphaerella citrullina/melonis) , Leaf blight (dendrophoma) , Leaf blight (seimatosporium) , Swiss needlecast (phaeocryptopus) , Needle cast (rhabdocline) , Needlecast (rhabdogloeum) , Pod blight of soybean (diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae) , Shoot blight (botrytis) , Stem blight of soybean (diaporthe phaseolorum var. sojae) , Tip blight (diplodia) , Aerial blight (rhizoctonia) , Phomopsis cane blight and leaf spot , Sooty blotch (gloeodes) , Web blotch of peanut (ascochyta/phoma) , Black knot of prunus (dibotryon morbosum) , Scab of peach (cladosporium carpophilum) , Scab of almond (cladosporium carpophilum) , Scab (fusicladium) , Pear scab (venturia pyrina) , Apple scab (venturia inaequailis) , Powdery mildew (erysiphe) , Powdery mildew (erysiphe cichoracearum) , Powdery mildew (microsphaera/phyllactinia) , Powdery mildew(podosphaera) , Powdery mildew (podosphaera leucotricha) , Powdery mildew (podosphaera oxyacanthae) , Powdery mildew , Powdery mildew (uncinula necator) , Leaf scorch (diplocarpon) , Penicillium blue mold/rot (p. italicum) , Blue mold (penicillium expansum) , Gray mold rot (botrytis cinerea) , White mold (sclerotinia) , White mold (sclerotinia sclerotiorum) , Fusarium rot , Rhizoctonia rot , Belly rot (fusarium) , Belly rot of fruit (rhizoctonia) , Bitter rot of grape (melanconium fuligineum) , Black pox (helminthosporium) , Brown rot of fruit (monilinia) , Bull's-eye fruit rot (neofabraea/gloeosporium perannans) , Botrytis bunch rot , Strawbreaker foot rot (pseudocercosporella) , Foot rot (pseudocercosporella) , Black rot (botryosphaeria obtusa) , Fruit rot (botrytis) , Black rot of grapes (guignardia bidwellii) , Black rot (physalospora) , Jacket rot (moilinia) , Limb rot (rhizoctonia) , Root rot (fusarium) , Root rot (rhizoctonia) , Stem-end rot , Storage rot , White rot (sclerotium) , Rust (puccinia) , Peanut rust (puccinia arachidis) , Purple seedstain of soybean (cercospora kikuchii) , Brooks fruit spot (mycosphaerella pomi) , Brown spot of soybean (septoria glycines) , Downy leaf spot (mycosphaerella) , Flyspeck (leptothyrium) , Fly speck (microthyriella) , Flyspeck (zygophiala jamaicensis) , Frogeye leaf spot (cercospora) , Brown leaf spot (cercospora fusca) , Leaf spot (cercospora) , Early leaf spot of peanut (cercospora arachidicola) , Late leaf spot (cercosporidium) , Cherry leaf spot (coccomyces) , Leaf spot/blight/shot hole (coccomyces) , Leaf spot (coccomyces) , Leaf spot (fabraea) , Liver spot (gnomonia) , Target spot , Zonate leaf spot of pecan (cristulariella pyramidalis) , Cercospora leaf & fruit spot , Eyespot (pseudocercosporella) , Botryosphaeria

Crops and Locations

Grapes (foliar treatment) , Grapes (nonbearing) , Strawberries (foliar treatment) , Nut trees (nonbearing) , Almonds (foliar treatment) , Almonds (delayed dormant application) , Pecans (foliar treatment) , Pistachio nuts (foliar treatment) , Apples (foliar treatment) , Apples (delayed dormant application) , Pears (foliar treatment) , Apricots (foliar treatment) , Apricots (delayed dormant application) , Cherries (foliar treatment) , Cherries (sour) (foliar treatment) , Cherries (sweet) (foliar treatment) , Cherries (delayed dormant application) , Cherries (postharvest application) , Nectarines (foliar treatment) , Nectarines (delayed dormant application) , Peaches (foliar treatment) , Peaches (delayed dormant application) , Plums (foliar treatment) , Plums (delayed dormant application) , Plums (trees) (postharvest application) , Prunes (foliar treatment) , Prunes (delayed dormant treatment) , Prunes (trees) (postharvest application) , Cucurbits (foliar treatment) , Melons (foliar treatment) , Melons (soil treatment) , Cantaloupes (foliar treatment) , Cantaloupes (soil treatment) , Casaba melons (foliar treatment) , Casaba melons (soil treatment) , Watermelon (foliar treatment) , Cucumbers (foliar treatment) , Cucumbers (soil treatment) , Pumpkin (foliar treatment) , Pumpkin (soil treatment) , Squash (summer) (foliar treatment) , Squash (summer) (soil treatment) , Squash (winter) (foliar treatment) , Squash (winter) (soil treatment) , Garlic (dip treatment) , Onions (soil treatment) , Potatoes (foliar treatment) , Potatoes (soil treatment) , Beans (kidney) (foliar treatment) , Beans (navy) (foliar treatment) , Beans (pinto) (foliar treatment) , Beans (lima) (foliar treatment) , Beans (snap) (foliar treatment) , Beans (wax) (foliar treatment) , Garbanzo peas (chick peas) (foliar treatment) , Chick peas (foliar treatment) , Blackeyed peas (foliar treatment) , Cowpeas (foliar treatment) , Mung beans (foliar treatment) , Asparagus beans (foliar treatment) , Broad beans (foliar treatment) , Fava beans (foliar treatment) , Lupine (grain) (foliar treatment) , Lupine (sweet) (foliar treatment) , Lupine (white) (sweet) (foliar treatment) , Lupine (white) (foliar treatment) , Wheat (fall) (foliar treatment) , Triticale (foliar treatment) , Beans (foliar treatment) , Peanuts (foliar treatment) , Sugar beets (foliar treatment) , Soybeans (foliar treatment) , Soybeans (delayed dormant application) , Fruit trees (nonbearing) , Conifers (forest) (foliar treatment) , Conifers (forest) (delayed dormant application) , Christmas tree plantings (foliar treatment) , Christmas tree plantings (delayed dormant application) , Red pine (delayed dormant application) , Austrian pine (foliar treatment) , Austrian pine (delayed dormant application) , Douglas-fir (foliar treatment) , Loblolly pine (seedlings) , Loblolly pine (seedlings) (nursery) , Longleaf pine (seedlings) (nursery) , Red pine (foliar treatment) , Scotch pine (foliar treatment) , Scotch pine (delayed dormant application) , Slash pine (seedlings) , Slash pine (seedlings) (nursery) , Irrigation supply systems (water treatment) , Aerial application , Tank mix

U.S. Product Registration History for Topsin m 70wp

U.S. EPA Product Reg No:
Product Registration Status:
Approval Date:
Aug 23, 2000  

Company and Agent Information for Topsin m 70 wp

Manufacturer Agent Distributor
Nisso tm llc
45 broadway, suite 2120
New york, NY 10006
Company Number: 073545
No Agent, See Company Info. Cerexagri-nisso llc
1209 orange street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Company Number: 082695

Distributor Names for Topsin m 70wp

Product names Distributor Product Type Approval Date Cancellation Date
Topsin m 70 wp Nisso tm llc Distributor Product Oct 25, 2005 Active
Topsin m 70wp Nisso tm llc Distributor Product Nov 8, 2007 Active
Topsin m 70wp Nisso tm llc Parent Product Aug 23, 2000 Active
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