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ALFALFA INSECT CONTROL RECOMMENDATIONS

Christian H. Krupke, John L. Obermeyer and Larry W. Bledsoe, Extension Entomologists


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This publication is intended to aid pest managers in treating pest infestations in alfalfa during the growing.
Pest Active Ingredient(s) Trade Name(s) Pre-Harvest Interval (days) MoA1 Treatment Guideline
Alfalfa Weevil Larva alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva indoxacarb Steward 7 22 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva permethrin* Ambush, Pounce, generics 14 3A Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva Pre-Mixes Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Alfalfa Weevil Larva chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Refer to Table 1 for management guidelines.
Aphids dimethoate Dimethoate, generics 10 1B Treatment may be advisable if:
1) the aphid population is heavy
2) less than 10% of teh aphids are parasitized,
3) few aphid predators are present, and
4) the average stem length is less than 14 inches.
Aphids Pre-Mixes Treatment may be advisable if:
1) the aphid population is heavy
2) less than 10% of teh aphids are parasitized,
3) few aphid predators are present, and
4) the average stem length is less than 14 inches.
Aphids chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Treatment may be advisable if:
1) the aphid population is heavy
2) less than 10% of teh aphids are parasitized,
3) few aphid predators are present, and
4) the average stem length is less than 14 inches.
Aphids chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Treatment may be advisable if:
1) the aphid population is heavy
2) less than 10% of teh aphids are parasitized,
3) few aphid predators are present, and
4) the average stem length is less than 14 inches.
Aphids chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Treatment may be advisable if:
1) the aphid population is heavy
2) less than 10% of teh aphids are parasitized,
3) few aphid predators are present, and
4) the average stem length is less than 14 inches.
Blister Beetles carbary Sevin, generics 7 1A Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles Pre-Mixes Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Blister Beetles chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Livestock ingesting hay infested with dead blister beetles may become sick or die. Controls should be applied well before harvest, and hay conditioners should not be used. Do NOT feed infested hay, even if treated, to horses.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) Bacillus thuringiensis Dipel, Javelin, generics 0 11A Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) carbaryl Sevin, generics 7 1A Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) flubendiamide Belt 0 28 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) indoxacarb Steward 7 22 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) methoxyfenozide Intrepid 7 18 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) permethrin* Ambush, Pounce, generics 14 3A Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) Pre-Mixes Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Caterpillars: (alfalfa caterpllar, armyworms, cutworms, green cloverworm loopers, and webworms) chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economic. Fall seedings especially need protection from larval defoliation and possibly plant death.
Grasshoppers alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers dimethoate Dimethoate, generics 10 1B Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers Pre-Mixes Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 7 1B;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Grasshoppers chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Depending on the value of the crop, defoliation levels as low as 10-15% may be economically justified.
Lygus, Plant Bugs alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs carbaryl Sevin, generics 7 1A Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs dimethoate Dimethoate, generics 10 1B Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs permethrin* Ambush, Pounce, generics 14 3A Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs Pre-Mixes Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Lygus, Plant Bugs chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Alfalfa grown for seed may need protection. If there is an average of 3 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on 3-inch seed alfalfa or more than 5 adults and/or nymphs per sweep on seed alfalfa over 3 inches tall, a treatment may be advisable.
Meadow Spittlebug alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug permethrin* Ambush, Pounce, generics 14 3A Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug Pre-Mixes Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 14 1B;3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Meadow Spittlebug chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Treatment may be economically justified when spittle masses average more than one per stem.
Potato Leafhopper alpha-cypermethrin* Fastac 3 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper beta-cyfluthrin* Baythroid 7 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper chlorpyrifos* Lorsban, generics 14 1B Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper cyfluthrin* Tombstone 7 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper dimethoate Dimethoate, generics 10 1B Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper gamma-cyhalothrin* Declare, Proaxis 7 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper lambda-cyhalothrin* Warrior II, generics 7 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper permethrin* Ambush, Pounce, generics 14 3A Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper zeta-cypermethrin* Mustang Max, Respect 3 3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper Pre-Mixes Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper chlorantraniliprole; lambda-cyhalothrin* Besiege 7 28;3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper chlorpyrifos; gamma-cyhalothrin* Cobalt, Bolton 7 1B;3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper chlorpyrifos; lambda-cyhalothrin* Cobalt Advanced 14 1B;3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
Potato Leafhopper chlorpyrifos; zeta-cypermethrin* Stallion 7 3;3 Refer to Figure 1 for management guidelines.
* Restricted Use Product.
1Mode of Action: Insecticides are classified based on their target site. Using different, and combined, modes of action may delay insect resistance to insecticide groups. More specific information can be found at IRAC: http://www.irac-online.org.



Table 1. Management Guidelines for Alfalfa Weevil Larvae
Use the following charts for southern and northern Indiana to determine if control is warranted.
Southern Indiana
Heat Units (Base 48°F) % Tip Feeding 1 Advisory
200 - Begin sampling. South facing sandy soils should be monitored earlier
300 0-50 Reevaluate in 7 to 10 days using the appropriate HU, or treat immediately with a residual insecticide if 3 or more larvae are noted per stem and % tip feeding is above 50%
400 50 Treat immediately with a residual insecticide.
500 75 Treat immediately.
600 75+ If cutting delayed more than 5 days, treat immediately.
750 If harvested or harvesting shortly, return to the field in 4 to 5 days after cutting and spray 1) if there is no regrowth and weevil larvae are present or 2) if feeding damage is apparent on 50% of the stubble and weevil larvae are present.
1Note whether larvae are still present, actively feeding, and/or diseased.
Northern Indiana
Heat Units (Base 48°F) % Tip Feeding 1 Advisory
250 - Begin sampling. South facing sandy soils should be monitored earlier
300 0-40 (30)* Reevaluate in 7 to 10 days using the appropriate HU, or treat immediately with a residual insecticide if 3 or more larvae are noted per stem and % tip feeding is above 50%
400 60 (50)* Treat immediately with a residual insecticide.
500 75 Treat immediately.
600 75+ If cutting delayed more than 5 days, treat immediately.
750 If harvested or harvesting shortly, return to the field in 4 to 5 days after cutting and spray 1) if there is no regrowth and weevil larvae are present or 2) if feeding damage is apparent on 50% of the stubble and weevil larvae are present.
* Shorter than normal growth at beginning of season.
1Note whether larvae are still present, actively feeding, and/or diseased.




Figure 1. Management Guideline for Potato Leafhopper (adults and nymphs)

To determine potato leafhopper numbers, take at least five sets of 20 sweeps with a 15” diameter insect sweep net, each set from a different area of the field. The sweeps should be made as you walk through an area by moving the net from side to side in a sweeping motion through the foliage. After 20 sweeps have been made, quickly gather the net together in the center. Inspect the upper portion of the inside of the net for potato leafhoppers. Then slowly open the net and let the trapped insects crawl out. Count the number of potato leafhoppers, both adults and nymphs. After taking each set of sweeps, measure the height of at least 2 stems in each area.

After all sweeps and height measurements have been taken, determine the number of potato leafhoppers per sweep and the average stem height for the field. See below the number of potato leafhoppers, required per sweep at different plant heights, before treatment is needed.

Figure 1. Management Guideline for Potato Leafhopper (adults and nymphs)

Figure 1.


Fields should be evaluated for potato leafhopper 4-5 days after harvest, when alfalfa is 3-4 inches tall. If spray is required, maximum benefit from leafhopper control can be achieved at this time. Sweep at mid day when field is dry and air temperature is highest.





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August 2017


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