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Appendix D. Label Use Patterns for Carbaryl in California for Assessing the Risks to the Delta Smelt.

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Chestnuts. (Group H) Chestnuts are grown in California, but information on the volume of production is unavailable. Almonds is being used as the surrogate crop for all nut crops grown in California as they all have the same application pattern and similar growth and production habits. Citrus. (Group F) The citrus use patterns include a number of sub-tropical to tropical evergreen tree crops grown for their fruit. These include lemons, limes, oranges, grapefruit, pummelo, tangelo, tangerine, and kumquat. Citrus is being simulated using the California citrus scenario which is used to represent western citrus. Commercial lawns. (Group B) This use pattern is one of several that consist of maintained turf that is treated with 8 lb/acre/application. These are being simulated separately from residential turf, which can be treated at a higher rate (9.2 lb·acre-1) and is expected to be broken into small lots. ‘Lawns ’ is being used as a surrogate for these use patterns. Cowpeas. (Group AD) Also known as the black-eyed pea, black-eye, Crowder pea, and cream pea or southern pea (Vigna fasciculata), this legume is predominantly grown in the Souther

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