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1223 8/97

Code 1223
Dragnet®
FT Termiticide/Insecticide
STATEMENT OF PRACTICAL TREATMENT
IF SWALLOWED:
Call a physician or Poison Control Center. Do not
induce vomiting as it may cause aspiration pneumonia. Do not give any-
thing by mouth to an unconscious person. Avoid alcohol.
IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air. If not breathing give artificial res-
piration, preferably mouth to mouth. Get medical attention.
IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. Get medical attention if
For use by individuals/firms licensed or regis-
tered by the State to apply termiticide products.
IF IN EYES: Flush eyes with plenty of water. Call a physician if irritation
States may have more restrictive requirements
regarding qualifications of persons using this
Note to Physician: This product contains aromatic hydrocarbons which
product. Consult the structural pest control reg-
can produce a severe pneumonitis if aspirated, consideration should be ulatory agency of your State prior to use of this
given to gastric lavage with an endotracheal tube in place. Treatment iscontrolled removal of exposure followed by symptomatic and supportive product.
For Emergency Assistance Call: (800) 331-3148.
EPA REG. NO. 279-3062
EPA Est. 279-
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS
Hazards to Humans (and Domestic Animals)

CAUTION
Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Avoid con-
Active Ingredient:
tact with skin, eyes or clothing. Avoid breathing dust (vapor or spray mist). Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Remove con- taminated clothing and wash before reuse.
Inert Ingredients:*** . 63.2%
All pesticide handlers (mixers, loaders and applicators) must wear long- sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, shoes and chemical-resistant gloves.
After the product is diluted in accordance with label directions for use, **(3-Phenoxyphenyl) methyl (±) cis-trans 3- shirt, pants, socks, shoes and waterproof gloves are sufficient. In addition, (2,2-dichloroethenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate all pesticide handlers must wear a respiratory protection device (air-puri- **cis/trans ratio: Max. 55% (±) cis and min. 45% (±) trans fying respirator with NIOSH approved TC-23C pesticide cartridges) when working in a non-ventilated space. All pesticide handlers must wear pro- Contains 3.2 pounds permethrin per gallon.
tective eyewear when working in non-ventilated space or when applying termiticide by rodding or sub-slab injection. When treating adjacent to an existing structure, the applicator must checkthe area to be treated, and immediately adjacent areas of the structure, KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
for visible and accessible cracks and holes to prevent any leaks or signif- icant exposures to persons occupying the structure. People present or residing in the structure during application must be advised to remove their pets and themselves from the structure if they see any signs of leak- age. After application, the applicator is required to check for leaks. Allleaks resulting in the deposition of termiticide in locations other than those prescribed on this label must be cleaned up prior to leaving the applica- See other panels for additional precautionary information.
tion site. Do not allow people or pets to contact contaminated areas or to reoccupy contaminated areas of the structure until the clean-up is com- Environmental Hazards
This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or
residues on crops or weeds. Do not apply this product or allow it to drift
to crops or weeds on which bees are actively foraging. Additional infor-
mation may be obtained from your Cooperative Extension Service.
This product is extremely toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. Do notapply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present or tointertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of equipment washwaters. Donot apply when weather conditions favor drift from treated areas.
Physical/Chemical Hazards
Do not use or store near heat or open flame.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsis-
Net Contents
Shake Well Before Using
niques must be correctly employed to prevent or control infestations bysubterranean termites such as: Coptotermes, Heterotermes, STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
Reticulitermes and Zootermopsis. The biology and behavior of thespecies involved should be considered by the service technician in Pesticide Storage
determining which control practices to use to eliminate or prevent the Store at temperatures above 40°F (5°C).
If separation occurs, and less than entire contents of container Important: Contamination of public and private water supplies must be
are to be used, remix by agitation. For the 1.25 and 2.5 gallon avoided by following these precautions: Use anti-backflow equipment or containers, invert and shake several times until contents are procedures to prevent siphonage of insecticide into water supplies. Do homogeneous. For the 5 gallon U-Turn® container, grasp han- not contaminate cisterns or wells. Do not treat soil that is water saturat- dle and rock container forward and backward vigorously until ed or frozen. Do not treat while precipitation is occurring. Consult state and local specifications for recommended distances of wells from treat-ed areas, or if such regulations do not exist, refer to Federal Housing If crystals form, warm to room temperature 70°F (21°C) by room Administration Specifications (H.U.D.) for guidance.
heating only for 24-48 hours and shake occasionally until crys-tals dissolve and product appears uniform. Do not use external Note: Crawlspaces are to be considered inside of the structure.
source of heat for warming container.
Critical Areas: Critical areas include areas where the foundation is pen-
Do not use or store near heat, open flame or hot surfaces.
etrated by utility services, cracks and expansion joints, bath traps andareas where cement constructions have been poured adjacent to the Keep out of reach of children and animals. Store in original con- foundation such as stairs, patios, and slab additions.
tainers only. Store in a cool, dry place and avoid excess heat.
Carefully open containers. After partial use, replace lids andclose tightly. Do not put concentrate or dilute material into food Structures with Wells/Cisterns Inside Foundations
or drink containers. Do not contaminate other pesticides, fertil-izers, water, food, or feed by storage or disposal.
Structures that contain wells or cisterns within the foundation of a struc-ture can only be treated using the following techniques: In case of spill, avoid contact, isolate area and keep out animalsand unprotected persons. Confine spills. Call FMC: (800) 331- 1. Do not treat soil while it is beneath or within the foundation or along the exterior perimeter of a structure that contains a well or cistern. Thetreated backfill method must be used if soil is removed and treated To confine spill: If liquid, dike surrounding area or absorb with outside/away from the foundation. The treated backfill technique is sand, cat litter, commercial clay or gel absorbents. If dry mater- ial, cover to prevent dispersal. Place damaged package in aholding container. Identify contents.
a. Trench and remove soil to be treated onto heavy plastic sheeting or similar material or into a wheelbarrow.
Pesticide Disposal
Wastes resulting from the use of this product may be disposed
b. Treat the soil at the rate of 4 gallons of dilute emulsion per 10 lin- of on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.
ear feet per foot of depth of the trench, or 1 gallon per 1.0 cubicfeet of soil. See “Mixing Directions section of the label. Mix thor- Container Disposal
oughly into the soil taking care to contain the liquid and prevent Plastic Containers: Triple rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a san-itary landfill, or incineration, or, if allowed by state and local c. After the treated soil has absorbed the diluted emulsion, replace authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.
Metal Containers: Triple rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for 2. Treat infested and/or damaged wood in place using an injection tech- recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a san- nique such as described in the “Control of Wood Infesting Insects” itary landfill, or by other procedures approved by state and local authorities. Do not cut or weld metal containers.
Structures with Adjacent Wells/Cisterns and/or Other Water Bodies
Returnable/Refillable Sealed Container: Do not rinse container.
Applicators must inspect all structures with nearby water sources such Do not empty remaining formulated product. Do not break seals.
as wells, cisterns, surface ponds, streams, and other bodies of water and evaluate, at a minimum, the treatment recommendations listedbelow prior to making an application 1. Prior to treatment, if feasible, expose the water pipe(s) coming from the well to the structure, if the pipe(s) enter the structure within 3 feet General Information on the Use of This Product
2. Prior to treatment, applicators are advised to take precautions to limit Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, or the risk of applying the termiticide into subsurface drains that could for commercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on empty into any bodies of water. These precautions include evaluating plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modification and being whether application of the termiticide to the top of the footer may grown in interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens or parks, or lawns result in contamination of the subsurface drain. Factors such as depth to the drain system and soil type and degree of compaction should be Choice of appropriate procedures should include consideration of such taken into account in determining the depth of treatment.
variable factors as the design of the structure, location of heating, ven- 3. When appropriate (i.e., on the water side of the structure), the treated tilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, water table, soil type, soil backfill technique (described above) can also be used to minimize off- compaction, grade conditions, and location and type of domestic water For advice concerning current control practices with relation to the spe- Prior to using this technique near wells or cisterns, consult state, local or cific local conditions, consult resources in structural pest control and federal agencies for information regarding approved treatment practices in state cooperative extension and regulatory agencies.
SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE CONTROL
Application Rate: Use a 0.5% emulsion for subterranean termites. For
The use of this product prevents and controls termite infestations in and other pests on the label use specific listed rates.
around structures and constructions.
Mixing Directions: Mix the termiticide use dilution in the following man-
The dilute insecticidal emulsion must be adequately dispersed in the soil ner: Fill tank 1/4 to 1/3 full. Start pump to begin by-pass agitation and to establish a barrier between the wood and the termites in the soil. As place end of treating tool in tank to allow circulation through hose. Add a good practice: 1) all non-essential wood and cellulose containing appropriate amount of Dragnet® FT termiticide/insecticide. Add remaining materials should be removed from around foundation walls, crawl amount of water. Let pump run and allow recirculation through the hose spaces and porches; 2) eliminate termite access to moisture by repair- ing faulty plumbing and/or construction grade. Soil around untreated Dragnet FT may also be mixed into full tanks of water, but requires sub- structural wood in contact with soil should be treated as described stantial agitation to insure uniformity of the emulsion.
To prepare a 0.5% water emulsion, ready to use, dilute 1.25 gallons of To establish an effective insecticidal barrier with this product the service Dragnet FT with 94.75 gallons of water.
technician must be familiar with current termite control practices such Mixing: For the desired application rate, use the chart below to determine
as: trenching, rodding, sub-slab injection, coarse fan spraying of soil sur- the amount of Dragnet FT for a given volume of finished emulsion: faces, crack and crevice (void) injection, excavated soil treatment, andbrush or spray applications to infested or susceptible wood. These tech- Vertical Barriers: Vertical barriers should be established in areas such
as around the base of foundations, plumbing, utility entrances, back-
filled soil against foundation walls and other critical areas.
For a 0.5% rate, apply 4 gallons of dilution per 10 linear feet per foot ofdepth or 1.6 fluid ounces of Dragnet FT per 10 linear feet per foot ofdepth from grade to top of footing in sufficient water (not less than 2 gal-lons or more than 8 gallons) to ensure complete coverage.
a. When rodding or trenching, it is important that emulsion reaches the top of the footing. Rod holes should be spaced to provide a continu-ous insecticidal barrier.
Amount of Dragnet FT
b. Care should be taken to avoid soil wash-out around the footing.
Emulsion
Desired Gallons
c. Trenches need not be wider than 6 inches. Emulsion should be mixed Concentration
of Dragnet FT
of Finished Emulsion
with the soil as it is being replaced in the trench.
d. For a monolithic slab, an inside vertical barrier may not be required.
Hollow block voids may be treated at a rate of 2 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet so that the emulsion will reach the top of the footing.
Prior to each application, applicators must notify the general contractor, construction superintendent, or similar responsible party, of the intend- ed termiticide application and intended sites of application and instruct the responsible person to notify construction workers and other individ-uals to leave the area to be treated during application and until the ter- Post-Construction Subterranean Termite Treatment
Application Volume: To provide maximum control and protection
against termite infestation apply the specified volume of the finished water emulsion and active ingredient as set forth in the directions for use section of this label. If soil will not accept the labeled application volume, the volume may be reduced provided there is a corresponding increasein concentration so that the amount of active ingredient applied to the Note: Large reductions of application volume reduce the ability to obtain a continuous barrier. Variance is allowed when volume and concentra- tion are consistent with label directed rates and a continuous barrier can Where desirable for post construction treatments, the volume of the 1.0% emulsion may be reduced by 1/2 the labeled volume or a 2.0% emulsionmay be applied at 1/4 the labeled volume (see Volume Adjustment Chart).
Volume adjustments at 2.0% are not recommended for subslab injection.
1 gallon = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 128 fluid ounces (oz.) Note: When volume is reduced, the hole spacing for subslab injection and
*For termite applications, only use these rates in conjunction with the soil rodding may require similar adjustment to account for lower volume application volume adjustments as listed in the section below or in the dispersal of the termiticide in the soil.
foam or underground service application sections.
Volume Adjustment Chart
Pre-Construction Subterranean Termite Treatment
Rate (% emulsion)
Pre-Construction Treatment: Do not apply at a lower dosage and/or
concentration than specified on this label for applications prior to
the installation of the finished grade.
When treating foundations deeper than 4 feet, apply the termiticide as the backfill is being replaced, or if the construction contractor fails to notify the applicator to permit this, treat the foundation to a minimumdepth of 4 feet after the backfill has been installed. The applicator must *Not recommended for subslab injection.
trench and rod into the trench or trench along the foundation walls andaround pillars and other foundation elements, at the rate prescribed from After Treatment: All holes in commonly occupied areas into which
Dragnet FT has been applied must be plugged. Plugs must be of a non-
grade to a minimum depth of 4 feet. When the top of the footing is cellulose material or covered by an impervious, non-cellulose material.
exposed, the applicator must treat the soil adjacent to the footing to adepth not to exceed the bottom of the footing. However, in no case Use a 0.5% emulsion for post-construction treatment. Post-construction should a structure be treated below the footing.
soil applications shall be made by injection, rodding, and/or trenching orcoarse fan spray with pressures not exceeding 25 p.s.i. at the nozzle.
Effective pre-construction subterranean termite control is achieved by Care should be taken to avoid soil wash-out around the footing.
the establishment of vertical and/or horizontal insecticidal barriers using0.5% emulsion of Dragnet® FT termiticide/insecticide. To meet termite Do not apply emulsion until location of wells, radiant heat pipes, water and proofing requirements, follow the procedures in the latest edition of the sewer lines and electrical conduits are known and identified. Caution must Housing and Urban Development Minimum Property Standards (refer to be taken to avoid puncturing and injection into these U.S.D.A. Home and Garden Bulletin No. 64).
Horizontal Barriers: Create a horizontal barrier wherever treated soil
Foundations: For applications made after the final grade is installed, the
will be covered, such as footing trenches, slab floors, carports, and the applicator must trench and rod into the trench or trench along the founda- soil beneath stairs and crawlspaces.
tion walls and around pillars and other foundation elements, at the rateprescribed from grade to the top of the footing. When the footing is more For a 0.5% rate, apply 1 gallon of dilution per 10 square feet, or use 1.6 than four (4) feet below grade, the applicator must trench and rod into the fluid ounces of Dragnet FT per 10 square feet in sufficient water (no less trench or trench along the foundation walls at the rate prescribed to a min- than 1/2 gallon or more than 2 gallons) to provide thorough and contin- imum depth of four feet. The actual depth of treatment will vary depend- uous coverage of the area being treated.
ing on soil type, degree of compaction, and location of termite activity.
If the fill is washed gravel or other coarse material, it is important that a When the top of the footing is exposed, the applicator must treat the soil sufficient amount of dilution be used to reach the soil substrate beneath adjacent to the footing to a depth not to exceed the bottom of the footing.
However, in no case should a structure be treated below the footing.
Slabs: Vertical barriers may be established by sub-slab injection within
Applications shall be made by a low pressure spray (less than 50 p.s.i.) the structure and rodding and/or trenching outside at the rate of 4 gallons using a coarse spray nozzle. If slab will not be poured the same day as of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot of depth. Special care must be treatment, cover treated soil with a water-proof barrier such as polyeth- taken to distribute the treatment evenly. Treatment should not extend ylene sheeting. This is not necessary if foundation walls have been Treat along the outside of the foundation and where necessary beneath the slab on the inside of foundation walls. Treatment may also be required All leaks resulting in the deposition of termiticide in locations other than beneath the slab along both sides of interior footing-supported walls, one those prescribed on this label must be cleaned up prior to leaving the side of interior partitions and along all cracks and expansion joints.
application site. Do not allow people or pets to contact contaminated Horizontal barriers may be established where necessary by long-rodding areas or to reoccupy the contaminated areas of the structure until the or by grid pattern injection vertically through the slab.
a. Drill holes in the slab and/or foundation to allow for the application of a Note: When treating behind veneer care should be taken not to drill
beyond the veneer. If concrete blocks are behind the veneer, both the b. For shallow foundations (1 foot or less) dig a narrow trench approxi- blocks and the veneer may be drilled and treated at the same time.
mately 6 inches wide along the outside of the foundation walls. Do not Excavation Technique: If treatment must be made in difficult situations,
dig below the bottom of the footing. The emulsion should be applied to along fieldstone or rubble walls, along faulty foundation walls, and around the trench and soil at 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot pipes and utility lines which lead downward from the structure to a well or of depth as the soil is replaced in the trench.
pond, application may be made in the following manner: c. For foundations deeper than 1 foot follow rate for basement.
a. Trench and remove soil to be treated onto heavy plastic sheeting or d. Exposed soil and wood in bath traps may be treated with a 0.5% emul- b. Treat the soil at the rate of 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per Basements: Where the footing is greater than 1 foot in depth from grade
foot of depth of the trench. Mix the emulsion thoroughly into the soil tak- to the bottom of the foundation, application can be made by trenching ing care to prevent liquid from running off the liner.
and/or rodding at the rate of 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per c. After the treated soil has absorbed the liquid emulsion, replace the soil foot of depth. When the footing is more than four feet below grade, the applicator may trench and/or rod along foundation walls at the rate pre-scribed for four feet of depth. The actual depth of treatment will varydepending on soil type, degree of compaction, and location of termite Foam Applications
activity. However, in no case should a structure be treated below the foot- Dragnet® FT termiticide/insecticide emulsion, from 0.5 to 2.0%, may be ing. Sub-slab injection may be necessary along the inside of foundation converted to a foam with expansion characteristics from 2 to 40 times.
walls, along cracks and partition walls, around pipes, conduits, piers, andalong both sides of interior footing-supported walls.
Localized Application
Accessible Crawl Spaces: For crawl spaces, apply vertical termiticide
Foam Applications: The emulsion may be converted to a foam and the
barriers at the rate of 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot of foam used to control or prevent termite infestations.
depth from grade to the top of the footing, or if the footing is more than 4feet below grade, to a minimum depth of 4 feet. Apply by trenching and Depending on the circumstances, foam applications may be used alone rodding into the trench, or trenching. Treat both sides of foundation and or in combination with liquid emulsion applications. Applications may be around all piers and pipes. Where physical obstructions such as concrete made behind veneers, piers, chimney bases, into rubble foundations, walkways adjacent to foundation elements prevent trenching, treatment into block voids or structural voids, under slabs, stoops, porches, or to may be made by rodding alone. When soil type and/or conditions make the soil in crawlspaces, and other similar voids.
trenching prohibitive, rodding may be used. When the top of the footing is Foam and liquid application must be consistent with volume and active exposed, the applicator must treat the soil adjacent to the footing to a ingredient instructions in order to insure proper application has been depth not to exceed the bottom of the footing. Read and follow the mixing made. The volume and amount of active ingredient are essential to an and use direction section of the label if situations are encountered where effective treatment. At least 75% of the labeled liquid emulsion volume the soil will not accept the full application volume of product must be applied, with the remaining percent delivered to 1. Rod holes and trenches must not extend below the bottom of the foot- appropriate areas using foam application. Refer to label and use rec- ommendations of the foam manufacturer and the foaming equipmentmanufacturer.
2. Rod holes must be spaced so as to achieve a continuous termiticide barrier but in no case more than 12 inches apart.
Foam applications are generally a good supplement to liquid treatmentsin difficult areas, but may be used alone in difficult spots.
3. Trenches must be a minimum of 6 inches deep or to the bottom of the footing, whichever is less, and need not be wider than 6 inches. When Note location of electrical sources prior to foaming voids to avoid possi- trenching in sloping (tiered) soil, the trench must be stepped to ensure adequate distribution and to prevent termiticide from running off. The Application Under Slabs or to Soil in Crawlspaces to
emulsion must be mixed with the soil as it is replaced in the trench.
Prevent or Control Termites
4. When treating plenums or crawl spaces, turn off the air circulation sys- Application may be made using Dragnet FT foam alone or in combina- tem of the structure until application has been completed and all ter- tion with liquid emulsion. The equivalent of at least 4 gallons (6.4 ounces miticide has been absorbed by the soil.
of Dragnet concentrate) of 0.5% emulsion per 10 linear feet (vertical bar-rier), or at least 1 gallon (1.6 ounces of Dragnet concentrate) of 0.5% Inaccessible Crawl Spaces: For inaccessible interior areas, such as
emulsion per 10 square feet (horizontal barrier) must be applied either areas where there is insufficient clearance between floor joists and ground as emulsion, foam, or a combination of both. For a foam only applica- surfaces to allow operator access, excavate if possible, and treat accord- tion, apply Dragnet FT concentrate in sufficient foam concentration and ing to the instructions for accessible crawl spaces. Otherwise, apply one foam volume to deposit 6.4 ounces of concentrate per 10 linear feet or or a combination of the following two methods.
1.6 ounces of concentrate per 10 square feet. For example, 1 gallon of 1. To establish a horizontal barrier, apply to the soil surface, 1 gallon of 2% emulsion generated as foam to cover 10 linear feet is equal to the emulsion per 10 square feet overall using a nozzle pressure of less application of 4 gallons of 0.5% emulsion per 10 linear feet.
than 25 p.s.i. and a coarse application nozzle (e.g., Delavan Type RDRaindrop, RD-7 or larger, or Spraying Systems Co. 8010LP TeeJet orcomparable nozzle). For an area that cannot be reached with the appli- Sand Barrier Installation and Treatment
cation wand, use one or more extension rods to make the application Termites can build mud tubes over treated surfaces as long as they have to the soil. Do not broadcast or powerspray with higher pressures.
access to untreated soil and do not have to move Dragnet FT treated soil.
Fill in cracks and spaces with builder’s or playbox sand and treat the sand 2. To establish a horizontal barrier, drill through the foundation wall or with Dragnet FT. The sand should be treated as soil following the termiti- through the floor above and treat the soil perimeter at a rate of 1 gallon cide rate listed on the Dragnet FT label.
of emulsion per 10 square feet. Drill spacing must be at intervals not toexceed 16 inches. Many States have smaller intervals, so check State Retreatment for subterranean termites can only be performed if there is clear evidence of reinfestation or disruption of the barrier due to construc-tion, excavation, or landscaping and/or evidence of the breakdown of the When treating plenums and crawl spaces, turn off the air circulation sys- termiticide barrier in the soil. These vulnerable or reinfested areas may be tem of the structure until application has been completed and all termiti- retreated in accordance with application techniques described in this product’s labeling. The timing and type of these retreatments will vary Masonry Voids: Drill and treat voids in multiple masonry elements of the
depending on factors such as termite pressure, soil types, soil conditions structure extending from the structure to the soil in order to create a con- and other factors which may reduce the effectiveness of the barrier.
tinuous treatment barrier in the area to be treated. Apply at the rate of 2 Annual retreatment of the structure is prohibited unless there is
gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet of footing, using a nozzle pressure clear evidence that reinfestation or barrier disruption has occurred.
of less than 25 p.s.i. When using this treatment, access holes must bedrilled below the sill plate and should be as close as possible to the foot-ing as is practical. Treatment of voids in block or rubble foundation wallsmust be closely examined: Applicators must inspect areas of possiblerunoff as a precaution against application leakage in the treated areas.
Some areas may not be treatable or may require mechanical alteration APPLICATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE USE OF
GENERAL INFORMATION
FIRSTLINE TERMITE BAITS
Dragnet® FT Termiticide/Insecticide is to be used for residual pest control As part of the integrated pest management (IPM) program for termite con- in and on buildings and structures and their immediate surroundings and trol, Dragnet FT may be applied to critical areas of the structure including on modes of transport. Permitted areas of use include, but are not limited plumbing and utility entry sites, bath traps, expansion joints, foundation to industrial buildings, houses, apartment buildings, laboratories, buses, cracks and areas with known or suspected infestations at a rate of 0.5% greenhouses and the non-food/feed areas of stores, warehouses, ves- as a spot treatment or complete barrier treatment. Applications may be sels, railcars, trucks, trailers, aircraft (Do not use in aircraft cabins), made as described in the Postconstruction treatment section of this label.
schools, nursing homes, hospitals (non-patient areas), restaurants,hotels, and food manufacturing, processing and servicing establishments.
SPECIFIC PEST CONTROL APPLICATIONS
Do not tank mix this product with dichlorvos (DDVP) containing products.
Can be tank-mixed with Insect Growth Regulators (IGR’s) or pyrethrin- Underground services
containing products. When mixing Dragnet FT with other products,observe all precautions and limitations on the labels of each product. To Such as: wires, cables, utility lines, pipes, conduits, etc. Services may be prepare the emulsion, dilute Dragnet FT with water only. To prepare a within structures or located outside structures, in right-of-ways or to pro- 0.50% emulsion, mix 1.6 oz. (50 ml) in 1 gallon of water.
tect long range (miles) of, installations of services.
Dragnet FT is an emulsifiable concentrate to be diluted with water and Soil treatment may be made using 0.5% to 1.0% Dragnet® FT termiti- used to control pests in and around homes and other structures. The cide/insecticide emulsion to prevent attack by termites and ants.
pests controlled are listed in the accompanying tables.
Apply 2 to 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet to the bottom of the Dragnet FT may be used as a broadcast or spot application to carpeting, trench and allow to soak into the soil. Lay services on the treated soil and wood, home or residential lawns only and soil (crawl space and perime- cover with approximately 2 inches of fill soil. Apply another 2 to 4 gallons ter) and as a crack and crevice injection, or paint-on treatment.
per 10 linear feet over the soil surface to complete the treatment barrier.
Crawlspaces are considered inside the structure. Consult tables for spe- In wide trenches, only treat the soil in the area near the services. It is important to establish a continuous barrier of treated soil surrounding theservices.
Broadcast Treatment of Wood for the Control of
Where soil will not accept the above labeled volume, 1 to 2 gallons of Wood-Infesting Insects and Nuisance Pests Outside
1.0% Dragnet FT may be used per 10 linear feet of trench both to the bot-tom of the trench and over the soil on top of the services.
of Structure
Finish filling the trench with treated fill soil. The soil where each service Apply a 0.5% emulsion with a fan spray using a maximum of 25 psi.
protrudes from the ground may be treated by trenching/rodding of no more Treatment should be made just to the point of runoff.
than 1 to 2 gallons of emulsion into the soil.
To control wood-infesting insects active inside trees, utility poles and/orfence posts, drill to find the interior infested cavity and inject a 0.5% emul- Precautions:
sion. To control bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow-jackets, apply in late Do not treat electrically active underground services.
evening when insects are at rest. Aim spray at nest openings in ground,bushes and in cracks and crevices which may harbor nests, saturating Posts, Poles, and Other Constructions
nest openings and contacting as many insects as possible.
Create an insecticidal barrier in the soil around wooden constructionssuch as signs, fences and landscape ornamentation by applying a 0.5% Pests Under Slabs
Previously installed poles and posts may be treated by sub-surface injec- Infestations of Arthropods, such as ants, cockroaches and scorpionsinhabiting under slab area may be controlled by drilling and injecting or tion or treated by gravity flow through holes made from the bottom of a horizontal rodding and then injecting 1 gallon of a 0.5% to 1.0% emulsion trench around the pole or post. Treat on all sides to create a continuous per 10 square feet or 2 gallons per 10 linear feet.
insecticidal barrier around the pole. Use 1 gallon of emulsion per foot ofdepth for poles and posts less than six inches in diameter. For largerpoles, use 1.5 gallons of emulsion per foot of depth. Apply to a depth of 6 Pest Control in Crawlspaces
inches below the bottom of the wood. For larger constructions, use 4 gal-lons per 10 linear feet per foot of depth.
Broadcast Dragnet FT at 0.5% to all surfaces in crawlspace to controlants, fleas, roaches, scorpions, or other arthropods. Product may also be Treatment of Wood-in-Place for Control
applied through under structure insecticidal delivery systems such as pip- of Wood-Infesting Insects
ing or flexible tubing mounted under the structure. This treatment is notintended as a substitute for termite control. Treat surfaces to point of run- off. Keep children and pets off surface until dry.
For the control of insects such as termites, ants, carpenter ants, andwood-infesting beetles such as Old House Borer and Powder Post inlocalized areas of infested wood in and around structures, apply a 0.5%emulsion to voids and galleries in damaged wood and in spaces between Pest Control on Outside Surfaces and
wooden members of a structure and between wood and foundations Around Buildings
where wood is vulnerable. Paint on or fan spray applications may also be Apply Dragnet FT using a 0.5% emulsion as a residual spray to outside used. Plastic sheeting must be placed immediately below overhead areas surfaces of buildings including, but not limited to, exterior siding, founda- that are spot treated except for soil surfaces in crawlspaces. Application tions, porches, window frames, eaves, patios, garages, refuse dumps, may be made to inaccessible areas by drilling, and then injecting emulsion residential lawns only such as grass areas adjacent or around private with a crack and crevice injector into the damaged wood or void spaces.
homes, duplexes, townhouses, condominiums, house trailers, apartment This type of application is not intended to be a substitute for soil treatment, complexes, carports, garages, fence lines, storage sheds, barns, and mechanical alteration or fumigation to control extensive infestation of other residential and non-commercial structures, soil, trunks of woody ornamentals and other areas where pests congregate or have been seen.
Control of Bees and Wasps Indoors: To control bees, wasps, hornets,
Repeat treatment as necessary to maintain effectiveness.
and yellow jackets apply a 0.5% emulsion. Application should be made in Perimeter Treatment: Apply to a band of soil and vegetation 6 to 10 feet
the late evening when insects are at rest. Spray liberally into hiding and wide around and adjacent to the structure. Also, treat the foundation of the breeding places, especially under attic rafters, contacting as many insects structure to a height of 2 to 3 feet. Use a spray volume of 2 to 10 gallons of emulsion per 1000 square feet. Higher volumes of water may be need- Termite carton nests in trees or building voids may be injected with 0.5% ed if mulch or leaf litter is present or foliage is dense. House siding may to 1.0% emulsion. Multiple injection points to varying depths may be nec- be treated if pests such as Gypsy moth adults and caterpillars, boxelder essary. It is desirable to physically remove carton nest material from build- bugs, elm leaf beetles, earwigs or silverfish are present.
ing voids when such nests are found.
Important: Do not apply emulsion until location of heat pipes,
ducts, water and sewer lines and electrical conduits are known and
identified. Caution must be taken to avoid puncturing and injection
into these structural elements. Do not apply into electrical fixtures,
switches, or sockets.
Specific Instructions
Recommended Application Rates
Apply as a pinstream, as a fine/coarse spray, as a spot treatment or with a paintbrush. Treat where SPECIFIC
pests are found or entry points of the structure such INSTRUCTIONS
as window and door frames and along the founda- tion. Do not apply to structures with high pressure Carpenter Bees sprayers such as air blast sprayers.
1 Drench Method: Apply 1-2 gallons of emulsion to
each mound area by sprinkling the mound until it is wet and treat a 4 foot diameter circle around the mound. Use the higher volume for mounds larger than 12". For best results, apply in cool weather, such as in early morning or late evening hours, but not in 2 Boxelder Bugs, Elm Leaf Beetles, Gypsy Moth
Caterpillars: Spray tree trunks, building siding or wherever pests congregate, to the point of runoff.
3 Borers and Bark Beetles: To prevent infestation of
trees and woody ornamentals, spray the bark to the 4 Apply Dragnet FT at the rate 0.4 to 0.8 fluid ounce
per 1000 square feet in a volume of water sufficient for uniform coverage such as 4 to 25 gallons. Use the lower rate to knock down existing pests and the high- er rate where faster knockdown or greater residual is (Sq. Ft.)
Oz ofDragnet® FT Gals of Water
Lawn should not be longer than 3 inches at the time of application. Repeat application if necessary.
Application in combination with compatible surfac- tants may enhance penetration. Arid climates gener- 5 Residual treatment for control of Deer tick (Ixodes
dammini), western black-legged tick (Ixodes paciffi-
cus) and other Ticks (important vectors for Lyme Disease, Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever).
Ornamental Use
Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial, or for com- mercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modification and being grown in interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens or parks, or lawns and *To control Coneworm —Use Dragnet FT at the following rates: General Application Instructions
For high volume sprayers: Use 8 ounces in 100 gallons of water. Apply 5to 10 gallons of finished spray per tree.
Dragnet® FT Termiticide/Insecticide is a 3.2 pounds per gallon formulation For low volume sprayers: Use 42 ounces in 100 gallons of water. Apply of the insecticide permethrin. Apply Dragnet FT when insects appear or feeding is noticed. The higher rate should be used as pest populations To control Webbing Coneworm—make first application within 1 week of increase. Repeat the application as necessary to maintain control.
female flower closure or peak pollen flight.
Dragnet FT may be applied by ground equipment only. Use sufficient To control other coneworms —make first application within 30 days follow- Do not apply more than 2.0 lb. a.i./A/year.
Dragnet FT has demonstrated excellent plant safety; however, not all cul-tivars have been tested. Before treating large numbers of plants of a par-ticular cultivar, treat a few plants and observe prior to full scale application.
Spray Drift Precautions:
All ground application equipment must be properly maintained and cali-
brated using appropriate carriers.
Do not make ground applications during temperature inversions.
Make ground applications when the wind velocity favors on target prod-uct disposition (approximately 3 to 10 mph). Do not apply when windvelocity exceeds 15 mph.
Do not apply by ground equipment within 25 feet of lakes, reservoirs,rivers, permanent streams, marshes or natural ponds, estuaries, andcommercial fish farm ponds.
Applications to Agricultural Structures
Pest Control Indoors
For Agricultural use only
Food Handling Establishments: Places other than private residences
in which food is held, processed, prepared or served.
General Application Instructions
Non-Food/Feed Areas: Includes garbage rooms, lavatories, floor
Dragnet® FT termiticide/insecticide can be used for residual pest con- drains (to sewers), entries and vestibules, offices, locker rooms, trol in and on buildings and structures used for agricultural purpose, machine rooms, garages, mop closets, and storage (after canning or bottling). All areas where insects hide or through which insects mayenter should be treated.
Dragnet FT is an emulsifiable concentrate to be diluted with water andapplied as an emulsion to control pests in and around agricultural struc- Food/Feed Areas: Dragnet® FT Termiticide/Insecticide is not labeled for
tures. Pests controlled are listed in the accompanying tables.
use in food/feed areas. Do not use in food/feed areas of food/feed han-dling establishments, restaurants or other areas where food/feed iscommercially prepared or processed. Do not use in serving areas while Agricultural Structures
food is exposed or facility is in operation. Serving areas are areas where Spray directly or spot treatment to walls and ceiling as residual surface prepared foods are served such as dining rooms but excluding areas treatment only. Do not treat manure or litter. Avoid contamination of where foods may be prepared or held. In the home, all food processing feed and water. Do not apply directly to livestock or poultry.
surfaces and utensils should be covered during treatment or thoroughlywashed before use. Exposed food should be covered or removed. Not for use in USDA Meat and Poultry Plants.
Application
Use Dragnet FT to control pests listed in the following table by applica-tion of a 0.5% emulsion.
Specific Instructions
Prior to treatment, carpets and furniture should be vacuumed thoroughly and vacuum cleaner bag dis- carded in an outdoor trash container. Evenly apply a broadcast spray at a rate of 1 gallon/per 800 to 1600 square feet to infested areas such as crawlspaces, rugs, carpets, pet beds and other pet resting areas.
Avoid wetting or soaking. For crawlspace applica-tions, the applicator must wear a respirator recom-mended by NIOSH for filtering spray mists and organ-ic vapors. When treating upholstered furniture takecare to treat between and under cushions. Pay par-ticular attention to areas which are frequented bypets. Old pet bedding should be replaced with clean,fresh bedding after treatment. To control the source offlea infestations, pets inhabiting the treated premisesshould be treated with a flea-control product regis-tered for application to animals.
Specific Instructions
Apply crack and crevice, as a pinstream, as a fine/coarse, low pressure spray (20 psi or less), spot Carpenter Ants* application or with a paint brush. Treat where pestsFire Ants are found or normally occur, such as crack and crevices in walls, in and around kitchen cabinets and drawers, along baseboards, behind sinks and around plumbing and other utility installations.
*Ant infested wood may be drilled and injected with **Remove all utensils, uncovered foodstuffs (or any having original package opened), shelf paper and other objects before spraying. Allow treated surfaces to dry and cover shelves with clean paper before replacing any utensils, foodstuff or other items. Any foodstuff accidentally contaminated with spray solu- EarwigsFirebratsGround BeetlesLeaf BeetlesMillipedesPantry Pests** Such as: FlourBeetles, IndianMeal MothsLarder Beetles PillbugsScorpionsSilverfishSowbugsSpidersCarpet Beetles For the control of carpet beetles, evenly apply thespray to rugs, carpets, along baseboards and edgesof carpeting, under carpeting, rugs and furniture, inclosets, on shelving, and wherever else these insectsare seen or suspected. Avoid wetting or soaking.
For the control of Brown Dog Ticks, evenly apply the spray to infested areas, such as pet beds and restingquarters, nearby cracks and crevices, along base-boards, windows and doorframes, and areas offloor and floor coverings where these pests may bepresent. Avoid wetting or soaking. Old beddingshould be removed and replaced with clean, freshbedding after treatment.
Attention
Do not apply to pets, crops, or sources of electricity.
Do not allow people or pets on treated surfaces, such as carpets untilthe spray has dried.
Do not use concentrate or emulsion in fogging equipment.
During any application to overhead areas of structure, cover surfacesbelow with plastic sheeting or similar material (except where exempt).
Do not allow spray to contact food, foodstuffs, food contacting surfaces,food utensils or water supplies.
Thoroughly wash dishes and food handling utensils with soap and waterif they become contaminated by application of this product.
Do not treat areas where food is exposed.
During indoor surface applications do not allow dripping or run-off tooccur.
Do not apply this product in patient rooms or in any rooms while occu-pied by the elderly or infirm.
Do not apply when occupants are present in the immediate area in insti-tutions such as libraries, sport facilities, etc.
Do not apply to classrooms when in use.
Do not touch treated surface until dry.
Not for use in voids insulated with rigid foam.
Dealers Should Sell in Original Packages Only.
Terms of Sale or Use:
On purchase of this product buyer and user
agree to the following conditions:
Warranty: FMC makes no warranty, expressed or implied, concerning
the use of this product other than indicated on the label. Except as so
warranted, the product is sold as is. Buyer and user assume all risk of
use and/or handling and/or storage of this material when such use
and/or handling and/or storage is contrary to label instructions.
Use of Product: FMC’s recommendations for the use of this product
are based upon tests believed to be reliable. The use of this product
being beyond the control of the manufacturer, no guarantee, expressed
or implied, is made as to the effects of such or the results to be
obtained if not used in accordance with directions or established safe
practice.
Damages: Buyer’s or user’s exclusive remedy for damages for breach
of warranty or negligence shall be limited to direct damages not
exceeding the purchase price paid and shall not include incidental or
consequential damages.
REVISIONS:
1. Upgraded per PR Notice 96-7.
MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
DRAGNET® FT TERMITICIDE/INSECTICIDE
MSDS Ref. No: 52645-53-1-8
Version: Global
Date Approved: 08/13/1998
Revision No: 11
This document has been prepared to meet the requirements of the U.S. OSHA HazardCommunication Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200; the EC directive, 91/155/EEC and other regulatoryrequirements. The information contained herein is for the concentrate as packaged, unless otherwisenoted. 1. CHEMICAL PRODUCT AND COMPANY
IDENTIFICATION

PRODUCT NAME: DRAGNET® FT TERMITICIDE/INSECTICIDE
PRODUCT CODE: 1223
ACTIVE INGREDIENT: Permethrin
CHEMICAL FAMILY: Pyrethroid Pesticide
MOLECULAR FORMULA: C H Cl O (permethrin)
SYNONYMS: FMC 33297; (3-Phenoxyphenyl)methyl(+/-) cis-trans-3-(2,2-
dichloroethenyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate; IUPAC: 3-phenoxybenzyl
(1RS)-cis-trans-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2- dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate
MANUFACTURER
Emergency Telephone
Numbers:

FMC CORPORATIONAgricultural Products Group Emergency Phone (FMC) 800-331-3148
Emergency Phone (FMC) 716-735-3765
General Information: 800-321-1362
(Reverse Charges)
CHEMTREC (800) 424-9300 (U.S.A. &
Canada)
(202) 483-7616 (All other countries)
2. COMPOSITION / INFORMATION ON INGREDIENTS
Chemical Name
Wt.% PEL/TLV
3. HAZARDS IDENTIFICATION
EMERGENCY OVERVIEW
IMMEDIATE CONCERNS: - Amber liquid with a faint, mild petroleum odor.
- Moderately combustible. May support combustion if heated above the product'sflash point ( (see 'Fire Fighting Measures' in Section 5).).
- Thermal decomposition and burning may form toxic by-products.
- For large exposures or fire, wear personal protective equipment.
- Highly toxic to fish and aquatic organisms. Keep out of drains and watercourses. POTENTIAL HEALTH EFFECTS: Effects from overexposure result from swallowing or
coming into contact with the skin or eyes. Symptoms of overexposure include increased
hypersensitivity to touch and sound, tremors and convulsions. Contact with permethrin may produce
skin sensations such as numbing, burning or tingling. These skin sensations are reversible and usually
subside within 12 hours.
MEDICAL CONDITIONS AGGRAVATED: None presently known.
4. FIRST AID MEASURES
EYES: Flush with water for at least 15 minutes. If irritation occurs and persists, obtain
medical attention.
SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. Get medical attention if irritation occurs and
persists.
INGESTION: Rinse mouth with water. Dilute by giving 1 or 2 glasses of water. Do not
induce vomiting. Never give anything by mouth to an unconscious person. See a medical
doctor immediately.
INHALATION: Remove to fresh air. If breathing difficulty or discomfort occurs and
persists, obtain medical attention.
NOTES TO MEDICAL DOCTOR: This product has low oral, dermal and inhalation
toxicity. It is minimally irritating to the eyes and slightly irritating to the skin. The low oral
toxicity of the product compared to the risk of pneumonitis from aspiration of stoddard
solvents suggests that vomiting should not be induced. Consideration should be given to gastric
lavage with an endotracheal tube in place. Activated charcoal and a cathartic are recommended
and nervous stimulation should be controlled with a sedative, e.g., barbiturates. Treatment is
otherwise controlled removal of exposure followed by symptomatic and supportive care.
Reversible skin sensations (paresthesia) may occur and ordinary skin salves have been found
useful in reducing discomfort. Treatment is otherwise controlled removal of exposure followed
by symptomatic and supportive care.
5. FIRE FIGHTING MEASURES
FLASH POINT AND METHOD: 47°C (118°F)
EXTINGUISHING MEDIA: Foam, CO2 or dry chemical. Soft stream water fog only if
necessary. Contain all runoff.
EXPLOSION HAZARDS: Moderately combustible. When heated above the flash point,
this material releases vapors which, when mixed with air, can burn or be explosive.
FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES: Isolate fire area. Evacuate downwind. Wear full
protective clothing and self-contained breathing apparatus. Do not breathe smoke, gases or
vapors generated.
HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS: Chlorine, hydrogen chloride,
carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, and aldehydes.
6. ACCIDENTAL RELEASE MEASURES
RELEASE NOTES: Isolate and post spill area. Wear protective clothing and personal
protective equipment as prescribed in Section 8, "Exposure Controls/Personal Protection".
Keep unprotected persons and animals out of the area.
Keep material out of lakes, streams, ponds and sewer drains. Dike to confine spill and absorbwith a non-combustible absorbent such as clay, sand or soil. Vacuum, shovel or pump wasteinto a drum and label contents for disposal.
To clean and neutralize spill area, tools and equipment, wash with a suitable solution (i.e.,bleach or caustic/soda ash and either ethylene glycol or an appropriate alcohol, i.e., methanol,ethanol or isopropanol). Follow this by washing with a strong soap and water solution. Absorbas above, any excess liquid and add to the drums of waste already collected. Repeat if necessary. Dispose of drummed waste according to the method outlined in Section 13,"Disposal Considerations". 7. HANDLING AND STORAGE
GENERAL PROCEDURES: Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place. Do not use or
store near heat, open flame or hot surfaces. Store in original containers only. Store at
temperatures above 40°F (5°C). If crystals form, warm to room temperature 70°F (21°C) by
room heating only for 24-48 hours, and shake occasionally until crystals dissolve and product
appears uniform. Do not use external source of heat for warming container. Keep out of reach
of children and animals. Do not contaminate other pesticides, fertilizers, water, food or feed by
storage or disposal.
8. EXPOSURE CONTROLS / PERSONAL PROTECTION
ENGINEERING CONTROLS: Use local exhaust at all process locations where vapor or
mist may be emitted. Ventilate all transport vehicles prior to unloading.
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
EYES AND FACE: For splash, mist or spray exposure, wear chemical protective goggles ora face shield. RESPIRATORY: For splash, mist or spray exposure wear, as a minimum, a properly fittedhalf-face or full-face air-purifying respirator which is approved for pesticides (U.S.
NIOSH/MSHA, EU CEN or comparable certification organization). Respirator use andselection must be based on airborne concentrations. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: Depending upon concentrations encountered, wear coverallsor long-sleeved uniform and head covering. For larger exposures as in the case of spills, wearfull body cover barrier suit, such as a PVC suit. Leather items - such as shoes, belts andwatchbands - that become contaminated should be removed and destroyed. Launder all workclothing before reuse (separately from household laundry). WORK HYGIENIC PRACTICES: Clean water should be available for washing in
case of eye or skin contamination. Wash skin prior to eating, drinking or using tobacco.
Shower at the end of the workday.
GLOVES:Wear chemical protective gloves made of materials such as nitrile, neoprene or Viton® brand.
Thoroughly wash the outside of gloves with soap and water prior to removal. Inspect regularlyfor leaks. COMMENTS: Personal protective recommendations for mixing or applying this product are
prescribed on the product label. Information stated above provides useful, additional guidance for
individuals whose use or handling of this product is not guided by the product label.
9. PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PROPERTIES
ODOR: Faint, mild petroleum
APPEARANCE: Amber liquid
pH: 5.3 - 5.8 @ 20°C (5% in water)
SOLUBILITY IN WATER: Emulsifies
SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.047 @ 20°C (water = 1)
MOLECULAR WEIGHT: 391.3 (permethrin)
WEIGHT PER VOLUME: 8.72 lb/gal. (1047 g/L)
10. STABILITY AND REACTIVITY
CONDITIONS TO AVOID: Excessive heat and fire.
STABILITY: Stable
POLYMERIZATION: Will not occur
11. TOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION
DERMAL LD : >2000 mg/kg (rabbit)
ORAL LD : 998 mg/kg (rat)
INHALATION LC : >4.3 mg/L/4 hr (rat)
ACUTE EFFECTS FROM OVEREXPOSURE: This product has low oral, dermal
and inhalation toxicity. It is minimally irritating to the eyes and slightly irritating to the skin.
Experience to date indicates that contact with permethrin has rarely produced skin sensationssuch as numbing, burning or tingling. These skin sensations are reversible and usually subsidewithin 12 hours. Large toxic doses, of the formulated product, administered to laboratoryanimals have produced central nervous system effects with symptoms that includehypersensitivity to touch and sound, tremors, and clonic convulsions. Overexposure to animalsvia inhalation has also produced symptoms such as squinting eyes, irregular and rattlingbreathing and ataxia. Inhalation of stoddard solvent vapors may cause dizziness, disturbances invision, drowsiness, respiratory irritation, and eye, skin and mucous membrane irritation.
Vomiting after ingestion of this product may cause aspiration of stoddard solvents into thelungs which may result in fatal pulmonary edema. CHRONIC EFFECTS FROM OVEREXPOSURE: No data available for the
formulation. In studies with laboratory animals, permethrin did not cause reproductive toxicity
or teratogenicity. Analysis of chronic feeding studies in both mice and rats with permethrin
resulted in the conclusion that permethrin's potential for induction of oncogenicity in
experimental animals is low and that the likelihood of oncogenic effects in humans is
nonexistent or extremely low. Long term feeding studies in animals resulted in increased liver
and kidney weights, induction of the liver microsomal drug metabolizing enzyme system, and
histopathological changes in the lungs and liver. An overall absence of genotoxicity has been
demonstrated in mutagenicity testing with permethrin. Chronic exposure to stoddard solvents
may cause headaches, dizziness, loss of sensations or feelings, and liver and kidney damage.
CARCINOGENICITY:
12. ECOLOGICAL INFORMATION
Unless otherwise indicated, the data presented below are for the active ingredient. ENVIRONMENTAL DATA: In soil, permethrin is stable over a wide range of pH
values. When applied at agricultural use rates, permethrin has a moderate rate of degradation in
soil. At termiticidal use rates, permethrin degrades at a slower rate which is governed by soil
characteristics. Due to its high affinity for organic matter (Koc = 86,000), there is little
potential for movement in soil or entry into ground water. Permethrin has a Log Pow of 6.1,
but a low potential to bioconcentrate (BCF = 500) due to the ease with which it is metabolized.
ECOTOXICOLOGICAL INFORMATION: Permethrin is highly toxic to fish
(LC50 = 0.5 µg/L to 315 µg/L) and aquatic arthropods (LC50 = 0.02 µg/L to 7.6 µg/L).
Marine species are often more sensitive than the freshwater species. Bacteria, algae, mollusks
and amphibians are much more tolerant of permethrin than the fish and arthropods. Care shouldbe taken to avoid contamination of the aquatic environment. Permethrin is slightly toxic to birdsand oral LD50 values are greater than 3600 mg/kg. Longer dietary studies showed thatconcentrations of up to 500 ppm in the diet had no effect on bird reproduction. 13. DISPOSAL CONSIDERATIONS
DISPOSAL METHOD: Open dumping or burning of this material or its packaging is
prohibited. If spilled material cannot be disposed of by use according to label instructions, an
acceptable method of disposal is to incinerate in accordance with local, state and national
environmental laws, rules, standards and regulations. However, because acceptable methods of
disposal may vary by location, and regulatory requirements may change, the appropriate
agencies should be contacted prior to disposal.
EMPTY CONTAINER: Non-returnable containers which held this material should be
cleaned, prior to disposal, by triple rinsing. Containers which held this material may be cleaned
by being triple-rinsed, and recycled, with the rinsate being incinerated. Do not cut or weld
metal containers. Vapors that form may create an explosion hazard.
14. TRANSPORT INFORMATION
U.S. DOT (DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION)
REPORTABLE QUANTITY (RQ): None
U.S. SURFACE FREIGHT CLASS: Insecticides, NOI, other than Poison. NMFC
Item 102120.
MARINE POLLUTANT #1: permethrin (Severe Marine Pollutant)
OTHER SHIPPING INFORMATION:
For highway and railroad shipment in the U.S.A. :Insecticides, NOI, other than Poison.
For air and water shipment, and also road and rail other than in the U.S.A. :Flammable liquids, n.o.s. (contains stoddard solvent), 3, III, UN1993, NAERG Guide 128 15. REGULATORY INFORMATION
UNITED STATES
SARA TITLE III (SUPERFUND AMENDMENTS AND
REAUTHORIZATION ACT)

311 HAZARD CATEGORIES (40 CFR 370): Immediate, Delayed, Fire
SECTION 312 THRESHOLD PLANNING QUANTITY (40 CFR 370): The
threshold planning quantity (TPQ) for this product, if treated as a mixture, is 10,000 lbs. This
product contains the following ingredients with a TPQ of less than 10,000 lbs.: None
SECTION 313 REPORTABLE INGREDIENTS (40 CFR 372): This product
contains the following ingredients subject to Section 313 reporting requirements: (permethrin)
SARA TITLE III SECTION 302 EXTREMELY HAZARDOUS
SUBSTANCES (40 CFR 355):
Not listed
CERCLA (COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE
COMPENSATION AND LIABILITY ACT)

CERCLA REGULATORY (40 CFR 302.4): Not listed
COMMENTS: Australian Hazard Code : 3XE
16. OTHER INFORMATION
Viton - E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. Trademark;Dragnet and FMC Logo - FMC Trademarks Code 1784
Dragnet®
SFR Termiticide/Insecticide
STATEMENT OF PRACTICAL TREATMENT
IF SWALLOWED:
Call a physician or Poison Control Center. Do not
induce vomiting as it may cause aspiration pneumonia. Do not give any-
thing by mouth to an unconscious person. Avoid alcohol.
IF INHALED: Remove victim to fresh air. If not breathing give artificial res-
piration, preferably mouth to mouth. Get medical attention.
IF ON SKIN: Wash with plenty of soap and water. Get medical attention if
For use by individuals/firms licensed or regis-
tered by the State to apply termiticide products.
IF IN EYES: Flush eyes with plenty of water. Call a physician if irritation
States may have more restrictive requirements
regarding qualifications of persons using this
Note to Physician: This product contains aromatic hydrocarbons which
product. Consult the structural pest control reg-
can produce a severe pneumonitis if aspirated, consideration should be ulatory agency of your State prior to use of this
given to gastric lavage with an endotracheal tube in place. Treatment iscontrolled removal of exposure followed by symptomatic and supportive product.
For Emergency Assistance Call: (800) 331-3148.
EPA REG. NO. 279-3062
EPA Est. 279-
PRECAUTIONARY STATEMENTS
Hazards to Humans (and Domestic Animals)

Active Ingredient:
CAUTION
Harmful if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. Avoid con-
tact with skin, eyes or clothing. Avoid breathing dust (vapor or spray Inert Ingredients:*** . 63.2%
mist). Wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. Remove con-taminated clothing and wash before reuse.
All pesticide handlers (mixers, loaders and applicators) must wear long- **cis/trans ratio: Max. 55% (±) cis and min. 45% (±) trans sleeved shirt and long pants, socks, shoes and chemical-resistant gloves.
After the product is diluted in accordance with label directions for use, and/or when mixing and loading using a closed spray tank transfer system Contains 3.2 pounds permethrin per gallon.
(such as U-Turn®), or an in-line injector system, shirt, pants, socks, shoes and waterproof gloves are sufficient. In addition, all pesticide handlers must wear a respiratory protection device1 when working in a non-venti- KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
lated space. All pesticide handlers must wear protective eyewear when working in non-ventilated space or when applying termiticide by rodding or 1Use one of the following Mine Safety and Health Administration See other panels for additional precautionary information.
(MSHA) /National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health(NIOSH) air purifying respirator types with approval number prefixes such as: TC-23C, TC-21C , TC-19C, TC-13F and TC-14G.
When treating adjacent to an existing structure, the applicator must check the area to be treated, and immediately adjacent areas of the structure, for visible and accessible cracks and holes to prevent any leaks or signif- icant exposures to persons occupying the structure. People present orresiding in the structure during application must be advised to remove their pets and themselves from the structure if they see any signs of leak-age. After application, the applicator is required to check for leaks. Allleaks resulting in the deposition of termiticide in locations other than thoseprescribed on this label must be cleaned up prior to leaving the applica-tion site. Do not allow people or pets to contact contaminated areas or toreoccupy contaminated areas of the structure until the clean-up is com-pleted.
Environmental Hazards
This product is highly toxic to bees exposed to direct treatment or
residues on crops or weeds. Do not apply this product or allow it to drift
to crops or weeds on which bees are actively foraging. Additional infor-
mation may be obtained from your Cooperative Extension Service.
This product is extremely toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. Do not apply directly to water, or to areas where surface water is present or tointertidal areas below the mean high water mark. Do not contaminate water by cleaning of equipment or disposal of equipment washwaters. Donot apply when weather conditions favor drift from treated areas.
Physical/Chemical Hazards
Do not use or store near heat or open flame.
Net Contents
1/98
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Zootermopsis. The biology and behavior of the species involved should beconsidered by the service technician in determining which control prac- It is a violation of Federal Law to use this product in a manner inconsis- tices to use to eliminate or prevent the termite infestation.
Important: Contamination of public and private water supplies must be
Shake Well Before Using
avoided by following these precautions: Use anti-backflow equipment orprocedures to prevent siphonage of insecticide into water supplies. Do STORAGE AND DISPOSAL
not contaminate cisterns or wells. Do not treat soil that is water saturat-ed or frozen or in any conditions where runoff or movement from the Pesticide Storage
treatment area (site) is likely to occur. Store at temperatures above 40°F (5°C).
Permethrin the active ingredient in Dragnet® SFR termiticide/insecticide, If separation occurs, and less than entire contents of container is extremely toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates. Care should be used are to be used, remix by agitation. For the 1.25 and 2.5 gallon when making applications near bodies of water. As part of FMC’s stew- containers, invert and shake several times until contents are ardship program, refer to available support literature on well water, homogeneous. For the 5 gallon U-Turn® container, grasp handle ponds and stream concerns. Locate sources of water discharge from and rock container forward and backward vigorously until con- structures, such as french drains and sump systems. Turn off discharge pumps until after application is complete. Observe for any change in If crystals form, warm to room temperature 70°F (21°C) by room color or odor of effluent discharge.Consult state and local specifications heating only for 24-48 hours and shake occasionally until crystals for recommended distances of wells from treated areas, or if such reg- dissolve and product appears uniform. Do not use external ulations do not exist, refer to Federal Housing Administration source of heat for warming container.
Specifications (H.U.D.) for guidance.
Do not use or store near heat, open flame or hot surfaces.
Note: Crawlspaces are to be considered inside of the structure.
Keep out of reach of children and animals. Store in original con- Critical Areas: Critical areas include areas where the foundation is pen-
tainers only. Store in a cool, dry place and avoid excess heat.
etrated by utility services, cracks and expansion joints, bath traps and Carefully open containers. After partial use, replace lids and close areas where cement constructions have been poured adjacent to the tightly. Do not put concentrate or dilute material into food or drink foundation such as stairs, patios, and slab additions.
containers. Do not contaminate other pesticides, fertilizers, water,food, or feed by storage or disposal.
In case of spill, avoid contact, isolate area and keep out animals Structures with Wells/Cisterns Inside Foundations
and unprotected persons. Confine spills. Call FMC: (800) 331- Structures that contain wells or cisterns within the foundation of a struc- ture can only be treated using the following techniques: To confine spill: If liquid, dike surrounding area or absorb with 1. Do not treat soil while it is beneath or within the foundation or along the sand, cat litter, commercial clay or gel absorbents. If dry material, exterior perimeter of a structure that contains a well or cistern. The cover to prevent dispersal. Place damaged package in a holding treated backfill method must be used if soil is removed and treated out- side/away from the foundation. The treated backfill technique is Pesticide Disposal
Wastes resulting from the use of this product may be disposed of a. Trench and remove soil to be treated onto heavy plastic sheeting or on site or at an approved waste disposal facility.
similar material or into a wheelbarrow.
Container Disposal
b. Treat the soil at the rate of 4 gallons of dilute emulsion per 10 linear Plastic Containers: Triple rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for feet per foot of depth of the trench, or 1 gallon per 1.0 cubic feet of recycling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a sani- soil. See “Mixing Directions section of the label. Mix thoroughly into tary landfill, or incineration, or, if allowed by state and local author- the soil taking care to contain the liquid and prevent runoff or ities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke.
Metal Containers: Triple rinse (or equivalent). Then offer for recy- c. After the treated soil has absorbed the diluted emulsion, replace the cling or reconditioning, or puncture and dispose of in a sanitary landfill, or by other procedures approved by state and local 2. Treat infested and/or damaged wood in place using an injection tech- authorities. Do not cut or weld metal containers.
nique such as described in the “Control of Wood Infesting Insects” sec- Returnable/Refillable Sealed Container: Do not rinse container.
Do not empty remaining formulated product. Do not break seals.
Structures with Adjacent Wells/Cisterns and/or Other Water Bodies
Applicators must inspect all structures with nearby water sources such aswells, cisterns, surface ponds, streams, and other bodies of water and General Information on the Use of This Product
evaluate, at a minimum, the treatment recommendations listed below priorto making an application Not for use on plants being grown for sale or other commercial use, orfor commercial seed production, or for research purposes. For use on 1. Prior to treatment, if feasible, expose the water pipe(s) coming from the plants intended for aesthetic purposes or climatic modification and being well to the structure, if the pipe(s) enter the structure within 3 feet of grown in interior plantscapes, ornamental gardens or parks, or lawns 2. Prior to treatment, applicators are advised to take precautions to limit Choice of appropriate procedures should include consideration of such the risk of applying the termiticide into subsurface drains that could variable factors as the design of the structure, location of heating, ven- empty into any bodies of water. These precautions include evaluating tilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems, water table, soil type, soil whether application of the termiticide to the top of the footer may result compaction, grade conditions, and location and type of domestic water in contamination of the subsurface drain. Factors such as depth to the drain system and soil type and degree of compaction should be takeninto account in determining the depth of treatment.
For advice concerning current control practices with relation to the spe- 3. When appropriate (i.e., on the water side of the structure), the treated cific local conditions, consult resources in structural pest control and backfill technique (described above) can also be used to minimize off- state cooperative extension and regulatory agencies.
SUBTERRANEAN TERMITE CONTROL
Prior to using this technique near wells or cisterns, consult state, local orfederal agencies for information regarding approved treatment practices in The use of this product prevents and controls termite infestations in and around structures and constructions.
The dilute insecticidal emulsion must be adequately dispersed in the soil Application Rate: Use a 0.5% emulsion for subterranean termites. For
to establish a barrier between the wood and the termites in the soil. As a other pests on the label use specific listed rates.
good practice: 1) all non-essential wood and cellulose containing materi- Mixing Directions: Mix the termiticide use dilution in the following man-
als should be removed from around foundation walls, crawl spaces and ner: Fill tank 1/4 to 1/3 full. Start pump to begin by-pass agitation and porches; 2) eliminate termite access to moisture by repairing faulty plumb- place end of treating tool in tank to allow circulation through hose. Add ing and/or construction grade. Soil around untreated structural wood in appropriate amount of Dragnet SFR. Add remaining amount of water. Let contact with soil should be treated as described below.
pump run and allow recirculation through the hose for 2 to 3 minutes.
To establish an effective insecticidal barrier with this product the service Dragnet SFR may also be mixed into full tanks of water, but requires sub- technician must be familiar with current termite control practices such as: stantial agitation to insure uniformity of the emulsion.
trenching, rodding, sub-slab injection, coarse fan spraying of soil surfaces, To prepare a 0.5% water emulsion, ready to use, dilute 1.25 gallons of crack and crevice (void) injection, excavated soil treatment, and brush or Dragnet SFR with 94.75 gallons of water.
spray applications to infested or susceptible wood. These techniquesmust be correctly employed to prevent or control infestations by subter- Mixing: For the desired application rate, use the chart below to determine
ranean termites such as: Coptotermes, Heterotermes, Reticulitermes and the amount of Dragnet SFR for a given volume of finished emulsion: Vertical Barriers: Vertical barriers must be established in areas such as
around the base of foundations, plumbing, utility entrances, back-filled
soil against foundation walls and other critical areas.
For a 0.5% rate, apply 4 gallons of dilution per 10 linear feet per foot ofdepth or 1.6 fluid ounces of Dragnet SFR per 10 linear feet per foot ofdepth from grade to top of footing in sufficient water (not less than 2 gal-lons or more than 8 gallons) to ensure complete coverage.
a. When trenching and rodding into the trench, or trenching, it is impor- tant that emulsion reaches the top of the footing. Rod holes must bespaced so as to achieve a continuous termiticidel barrier, but in no Amount of Dragnet® SFR termiticide/insecticide
b. Care should be taken to avoid soil wash-out around the footing.
Emulsion
Desired Gallons
Concentration
of Dragnet SFR
of Finished Emulsion
c. Trenches need not be wider than 6 inches. Emulsion should be mixed with the soil as it is being replaced in the trench.
d. For a monolithic slab, an inside vertical barrier may not be required.
Hollow block voids may be treated at a rate of 2 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet so that the emulsion will reach the top of the footing.
Prior to each application, applicators must notify the general contractor, construction superintendent, or similar responsible party, of the intend- ed termiticide application and intended sites of application and instruct the responsible person to notify construction workers and other individ-uals to leave the area to be treated during application and until the ter- Post-Construction Subterranean Termite Treatment
Application Volume: To provide maximum control and protection
against termite infestation apply the specified volume of the finished water emulsion and active ingredient as set forth in the directions for use section of this label. If soil will not accept the labeled application volume, the volume may be reduced provided there is a corresponding increasein concentration so that the amount of active ingredient applied to the Note: Large reductions of application volume reduce the ability to obtain a continuous barrier. Variance is allowed when volume and concentra- tion are consistent with label directed rates and a continuous barrier can Where desirable for post construction treatments, the volume of the 1.0% emulsion may be reduced by 1/2 the labeled volume or a 2.0% emulsionmay be applied at 1/4 the labeled volume (see Volume Adjustment Chart).
Volume adjustments at 2.0% are not recommended for subslab injection.
1 gallon = 4 quarts = 8 pints = 128 fluid ounces (oz.) Note: When volume is reduced, the hole spacing for subslab injection and
*For termite applications, only use these rates in conjunction with the soil rodding may require similar adjustment to account for lower volume application volume adjustments as listed in the section below or in the dispersal of the termiticide in the soil.
foam or underground service application sections.
Volume Adjustment Chart
Pre-Construction Subterranean Termite Treatment
Rate (% emulsion)
Pre-Construction Treatment: Do not apply at a lower dosage and/or
concentration than specified on this label for applications prior to
the installation of the finished grade.
When treating foundations deeper than 4 feet, apply the termiticide as the backfill is being replaced, or if the construction contractor fails to notify the applicator to permit this, treat the foundation to a minimumdepth of 4 feet after the backfill has been installed. The applicator must *Not recommended for subslab injection.
trench and rod into the trench or trench along the foundation walls andaround pillars and other foundation elements, at the rate prescribed from After Treatment: All holes in commonly occupied areas into which
Dragnet SFR has been applied must be plugged. Plugs must be of a non-
grade to a minimum depth of 4 feet. When the top of the footing is cellulose material or covered by an impervious, non-cellulose material.
exposed, the applicator must treat the soil adjacent to the footing to adepth not to exceed the bottom of the footing. However, in no case Use a 0.5% emulsion for post-construction treatment. Post-construction should a structure be treated below the footing.
soil applications shall be made by injection, rodding, and/or trenching orcoarse fan spray with pressures not exceeding 25 p.s.i. at the nozzle.
Effective pre-construction subterranean termite control is achieved by Care should be taken to avoid soil wash-out around the footing.
the establishment of vertical and/or horizontal insecticidal barriers using0.5% emulsion of Dragnet SFR. To meet termite proofing requirements, Do not apply emulsion until location of wells, radiant heat pipes, water and follow the procedures in the latest edition of the Housing and Urban sewer lines and electrical conduits are known and identified. Caution must Development Minimum Property Standards (refer to U.S.D.A. Home be taken to avoid puncturing and injection into these Horizontal Barriers: Create a horizontal barrier wherever treated soil
Foundations: For applications made after the final grade is installed, the
will be covered, such as footing trenches, slab floors, carports, and the applicator must trench and rod into the trench or trench along the founda- soil beneath stairs and crawlspaces.
tion walls and around pillars and other foundation elements, at the rateprescribed from grade to the top of the footing. When the footing is more For a 0.5% rate, apply 1 gallon of dilution per 10 square feet, or use 1.6 than four (4) feet below grade, the applicator must trench and rod into the fluid ounces of Dragnet SFR per 10 square feet in sufficient water (no trench or trench along the foundation walls at the rate prescribed to a min- less than 1/2 gallon or more than 2 gallons) to provide thorough and imum depth of four feet. The actual depth of treatment will vary depend- continuous coverage of the area being treated.
ing on soil type, degree of compaction, and location of termite activity.
If the fill is washed gravel or other coarse material, it is important that a When the top of the footing is exposed, the applicator must treat the soil sufficient amount of dilution be used to reach the soil substrate beneath adjacent to the footing to a depth not to exceed the bottom of the footing.
However, in no case should a structure be treated below the footing.
Slabs: Vertical barriers may be established by sub-slab injection within
Applications shall be made by a low pressure spray (less than 50 p.s.i.) the structure and rodding and/or trenching outside at the rate of 4 gallons using a coarse spray nozzle. If slab will not be poured the same day as of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot of depth. Special care must be treatment, cover treated soil with a water-proof barrier such as polyeth- taken to distribute the treatment evenly. Treatment should not extend ylene sheeting. This is not necessary if foundation walls have been Treat along the outside of the foundation and where necessary beneath runoff as a precaution against application leakage in the treated areas.
the slab on the inside of foundation walls. Treatment may also be required Some areas may not be treatable or may require mechanical alteration beneath the slab along both sides of interior footing-supported walls, one side of interior partitions and along all cracks and expansion joints.
All leaks resulting in the deposition of termiticide in locations other than Horizontal barriers may be established where necessary by long-rodding those prescribed on this label must be cleaned up prior to leaving the or by grid pattern injection vertically through the slab.
application site. Do not allow people or pets to contact contaminated a. Drill holes in the slab and/or foundation to allow for the application of a areas or to reoccupy the contaminated areas of the structure until the b. For shallow foundations (1 foot or less) dig a narrow trench approxi- Note: When treating behind veneer care should be taken not to drill
mately 6 inches wide along the outside of the foundation walls. Do not beyond the veneer. If concrete blocks are behind the veneer, both the dig below the bottom of the footing. The emulsion should be applied to blocks and the veneer may be drilled and treated at the same time.
the trench and soil at 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot Excavation Technique: If treatment must be made in difficult situations,
of depth as the soil is replaced in the trench.
along fieldstone or rubble walls, along faulty foundation walls, and around c. For foundations deeper than 1 foot follow rate for basement.
pipes and utility lines which lead downward from the structure to a well orpond, application may be made in the following manner: d. Exposed soil and wood in bath traps may be treated with a 0.5% emul- a. Trench and remove soil to be treated onto heavy plastic sheeting or Basements: Where the footing is greater than 1 foot in depth from grade
to the bottom of the foundation, application must be made by trenching
b. Treat the soil at the rate of 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per and rodding into the trench, or trenching at the rate of 4 gallons of emul- foot of depth of the trench. Mix the emulsion thoroughly into the soil tak- sion per 10 linear feet per foot of depth. When the footing is more than four ing care to prevent liquid from running off the liner.
feet below grade, the applicator may trench and rod into the trench, or c. After the treated soil has absorbed the liquid emulsion, replace the soil trench along foundation walls at the rate prescribed for four feet of depth.
Rod holes must be spaced so as to achieve a continuous termiticide bar-rier, but in no case more than 12 inches apart. The actual depth of treat-ment will vary depending on soil type, degree of compaction, and location Foam Applications
of termite activity. However, in no case should a structure be treated below Dragnet® SFR termiticide/insecticide emulsion, from 0.5 to 2.0%, may be the footing. Sub-slab injection may be necessary along the inside of foun- converted to a foam with expansion characteristics from 2 to 40 times.
dation walls, along cracks and partition walls, around pipes, conduits,piers, and along both sides of interior footing-supported walls.
Localized Application
Accessible Crawl Spaces: For crawl spaces, apply vertical termiticide
Foam Applications: The emulsion may be converted to a foam and the
barriers at the rate of 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet per foot of foam used to control or prevent termite infestations.
depth from grade to the top of the footing, or if the footing is more than 4feet below grade, to a minimum depth of 4 feet. Apply by trenching and Depending on the circumstances, foam applications may be used alone rodding into the trench, or trenching. Treat both sides of foundation and or in combination with liquid emulsion applications. Applications may be around all piers and pipes. Where physical obstructions such as concrete made behind veneers, piers, chimney bases, into rubble foundations, walkways adjacent to foundation elements prevent trenching, treatment into block voids or structural voids, under slabs, stoops, porches, or to may be made by rodding alone. When soil type and/or conditions make the soil in crawlspaces, and other similar voids.
trenching prohibitive, rodding may be used. When the top of the footing is Foam and liquid application must be consistent with volume and active exposed, the applicator must treat the soil adjacent to the footing to a ingredient instructions in order to insure proper application has been depth not to exceed the bottom of the footing. Read and follow the mixing made. The volume and amount of active ingredient are essential to an and use direction section of the label if situations are encountered where effective treatment. At least 75% of the labeled liquid emulsion volume the soil will not accept the full application volume of product must be applied, with the remaining percent delivered to 1. Rod holes and trenches must not extend below the bottom of the foot- appropriate areas using foam application. Refer to label and use rec- ommendations of the foam manufacturer and the foaming equipmentmanufacturer.
2. Rod holes must be spaced so as to achieve a continuous termiticide barrier but in no case more than 12 inches apart.
Foam applications are generally a good supplement to liquid treatmentsin difficult areas, but may be used alone in difficult spots.
3. Trenches must be a minimum of 6 inches deep or to the bottom of the footing, whichever is less, and need not be wider than 6 inches. When Note location of electrical sources prior to foaming voids to avoid possi- trenching in sloping (tiered) soil, the trench must be stepped to ensure adequate distribution and to prevent termiticide from running off. The Application Under Slabs or to Soil in Crawlspaces to
emulsion must be mixed with the soil as it is replaced in the trench.
Prevent or Control Termites
4. When treating plenums or crawl spaces, turn off the air circulation sys- Application may be made using Dragnet SFR foam alone or in combi- tem of the structure until application has been completed and all ter- nation with liquid emulsion. The equivalent of at least 4 gallons (6.4 miticide has been absorbed by the soil.
ounces of Dragnet concentrate) of 0.5% emulsion per 10 linear feet (ver-tical barrier), or at least 1 gallon (1.6 ounces of Dragnet concentrate) of Inaccessible Crawl Spaces: For inaccessible interior areas, such as
0.5% emulsion per 10 square feet (horizontal barrier) must be applied areas where there is insufficient clearance between floor joists and ground either as emulsion, foam, or a combination of both. For a foam only surfaces to allow operator access, excavate if possible, and treat accord- application, apply Dragnet SFR concentrate in sufficient foam concen- ing to the instructions for accessible crawl spaces. Otherwise, apply one tration and foam volume to deposit 6.4 ounces of concentrate per 10 lin- or a combination of the following two methods.
ear feet or 1.6 ounces of concentrate per 10 square feet. For example, 1. To establish a horizontal barrier, apply to the soil surface, 1 gallon of 1 gallon of 2% emulsion generated as foam to cover 10 linear feet is emulsion per 10 square feet overall using a nozzle pressure of less equal to the application of 4 gallons of 0.5% emulsion per 10 linear feet.
than 25 p.s.i. and a coarse application nozzle (e.g., Delavan Type RDRaindrop, RD-7 or larger, or Spraying Systems Co. 8010LP TeeJet orcomparable nozzle). For an area that cannot be reached with the appli- Sand Barrier Installation and Treatment
cation wand, use one or more extension rods to make the application Termites can build mud tubes over treated surfaces as long as they have to the soil. Do not broadcast or powerspray with higher pressures.
access to untreated soil and do not have to move Dragnet SFR treatedsoil. Fill in cracks and spaces with builder’s or playbox sand and treat the 2. To establish a horizontal barrier, drill through the foundation wall or sand with Dragnet SFR. The sand should be treated as soil following the through the floor above and treat the soil perimeter at a rate of 1 gallon termiticide rate listed on the Dragnet SFR label.
of emulsion per 10 square feet. Drill spacing must be at intervals not toexceed 16 inches. Many States have smaller intervals, so check State Retreatment for subterranean termites can only be performed if there is clear evidence of reinfestation or disruption of the barrier due to construc-tion, excavation, or landscaping and/or evidence of the breakdown of the When treating plenums and crawl spaces, turn off the air circulation sys- termiticide barrier in the soil. These vulnerable or reinfested areas may be tem of the structure until application has been completed and all termiti- retreated in accordance with application techniques described in this product’s labeling. The timing and type of these retreatments will vary Masonry Voids: Drill and treat voids in multiple masonry elements of the
depending on factors such as termite pressure, soil types, soil conditions structure extending from the structure to the soil in order to create a con- and other factors which may reduce the effectiveness of the barrier.
tinuous treatment barrier in the area to be treated. Apply at the rate of 2 Annual retreatment of the structure is prohibited unless there is
gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet of footing, using a nozzle pressure clear evidence that reinfestation or barrier disruption has occurred.
of less than 25 p.s.i. When using this treatment, access holes must bedrilled below the sill plate and should be as close as possible to the foot-ing as is practical. Treatment of voids in block or rubble foundation wallsmust be closely examined: Applicators must inspect areas of possible APPLICATION IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE USE OF
GENERAL INFORMATION
FIRSTLINE TERMITE BAITS
Dragnet SFR is to be used for residual pest control in and on buildings and As part of the integrated pest management (IPM) program for termite con- structures and their immediate surroundings and on modes of transport.
trol, Dragnet® SFR termiticide/insecticide may be applied to critical areas Permitted areas of use include, but are not limited to industrial buildings, of the structure including plumbing and utility entry sites, bath traps, houses, apartment buildings, laboratories, buses, greenhouses and the expansion joints, foundation cracks and areas with known or suspected non-food/feed areas of stores, warehouses, vessels, railcars, trucks, trail- infestations at a rate of 0.5% as a spot treatment or complete barrier treat- ers, aircraft (Do not use in aircraft cabins), schools, nursing homes, hos- ment. Applications may be made as described in the Postconstruction pitals (non-patient areas), restaurants, hotels, and food manufacturing, processing and servicing establishments.
Do not tank mix this product with dichlorvos (DDVP) containing products.
SPECIFIC PEST CONTROL APPLICATIONS
Can be tank-mixed with Insect Growth Regulators (IGR’s) or pyrethrin-containing products. When mixing Dragnet SFR with other products, Underground services
observe all precautions and limitations on the labels of each product. Toprepare the emulsion, dilute Dragnet SFR with water only. To prepare a Such as: wires, cables, utility lines, pipes, conduits, etc. Services may be 0.50% emulsion, mix 1.6 oz. (50 ml) in 1 gallon of water.
within structures or located outside structures, in right-of-ways or to pro-tect long range (miles) of, installations of services.
Dragnet SFR is an emulsifiable concentrate to be diluted with water andused to control pests in and around homes and other structures. The Soil treatment may be made using 0.5% to 1.0% Dragnet SFR emulsion pests controlled are listed in the accompanying tables.
to prevent attack by termites and ants.
Dragnet SFR may be used as a broadcast or spot application to carpet- Apply 2 to 4 gallons of emulsion per 10 linear feet to the bottom of the ing, wood, lawns and soil (crawl space and perimeter) and as a crack and trench and allow to soak into the soil. Lay services on the treated soil and crevice injection, or paint-on treatment. Crawlspaces are considered cover with approximately 2 inches of fill soil. Apply another 2 to 4 gallons inside the structure. Consult tables for specific use instructions.
per 10 linear feet over the soil surface to complete the treatment barrier.
In wide trenches, only treat the soil in the area near the services. It isimportant to establish a continuous barrier of treated soil surrounding the Broadcast Treatment of Wood for the Control of
Wood-Infesting Insects and Nuisance Pests Outside
Where soil will not accept the above labeled volume, 1 to 2 gallons of of Structure
1.0% Dragnet SFR may be used per 10 linear feet of trench both to the Apply a 0.5% emulsion with a fan spray using a maximum of 25 psi.
bottom of the trench and over the soil on top of the services.
Treatment should be made just to the point of runoff.
Finish filling the trench with treated fill soil. The soil where each service To control wood-infesting insects active inside trees, utility poles and/or protrudes from the ground may be treated by trenching/rodding of no more fence posts, drill to find the interior infested cavity and inject a 0.5% emul- than 1 to 2 gallons of emulsion into the soil.
sion. To control bees, wasps, hornets, and yellow-jackets, apply in lateevening when insects are at rest. Aim spray at nest openings in ground, Precautions:
bushes and in cracks and crevices which may harbor nests, saturating Do not treat electrically active underground services.
nest openings and contacting as many insects as possible.
Posts, Poles, and Other Constructions

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