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KELTHANE: Miticide Also known as difocol; effective against false spider mites and non-resistant strains of spider mites; use two applications seven to ten days apart, with follow-up sprayings to clean up infestations of false spider mites. AH12Has been removed from the U.S. market. A87-1174Has strong contact and residual action; recommended for red spider and phalaenopsis false spider-mite; use 2 ttpg. weekly; moderately toxic orally, LD-50 = 500mg.; Kelthane AP 25ZWP. A71-894 0
KELTHANE: On Phalaenopsis Seems to Have Stunted Growth At dosage used for spider mites, 2 or 3 tpg. 18%EC it is not likely to cause stunting; no previous report of such injury. A74-792; OD65-169 0
KELTHANE: Toxicity Reactions in Humans Nervousness, tremor, dizziness and convulsions. A68-583 0

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