Webster County, Missouri
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Pesticide Table for the Niangua Darter
|Active Ingredient||Product or Trade Name|
|Chlorpyrifos on Alfalfa||Lorsban|
|Chlorpyrifos: all other uses except on Alfalfa, or as a Termiticide||Lorsban, Dursban, Pageant|
|Trifluralin||Treflan, Tri-4, Trific, Trilin, Tri-Scept, Commence, Freedom, Team, Passport, Salute, Snapshot 2.5TG|
Trade names provided by the University of Missouri Extension Service. For additional information, contact your local University Extension office.
Limitations on Pesticide Use
|Product or Trade Name||Limitations|
|Lorsban||Do not apply 100 yards from the water's edge (ground application) nor 1/4 mile from the water's edge (aerial application) within the shaded area(s) shown on the map.|
|Sonar||Do not apply directly to water within the shaded area(s) shown on the map.|
|All other products listed||Do not apply 20 yards from the water's edge (ground application) nor 100 yards from the water's edge (aerial application) within the shaded area(s) shown on the map and 1/2 mile up all streams joining the shaded areas.|
Niangua darter [Etheostoma nianguae]
Matthews, J.R. (ed.). 1990. The Official World Wildlife Fund Guide to Endangered Species, Beacham Publishing Inc, Washington, DC. Vol II, pp. 843-844.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 1989. Niangua Darter Recovery Plan. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Twin Cities, Minnesota.