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triadimefon (Bayleton) Label Change Request 10/93

                         U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
                              Volume 3, Number 13
  The intent of this network is to inform interested parties of recent or
  impending pesticide use cancellations, tolerance revocations and other items
  of interest.  To the best of our knowledge, the uses mentioned here, unless
  otherwise indicated, will not appear on any label registered by the USEPA
  following their expected cancellation.  We would recommend that you express
  any concerns or questions you may have to the contact mentioned below or 
  NAPIAP State Liaison Representative.  If you wish to contact us at USDA, our
  phone number is (301) 504-8846, and our fax number is (301) 504-8063.
  triadimefon        Miles Inc. has requested the deletion of BARLEY and
   (Bayleton)        GRASS(grown for seed) from the label of their fungicide,
                     Bayleton, due to the cost of reregistration.  Unless
                     withdrawn by Miles Inc., this action becomes final on
                     11/23/93.  The registrant may sell or distribute products
                     under the previous labeling for 18 months after approval
                     of this revision; distributors, retailers, and users may
                     sell and use existing stocks until they are exhausted.
       For additional information contact:

                Dr. Ken Noegel      - or -     Mr. Clyde Wilson
                Miles Inc.                     Miles Inc.
                Phone (816) 242-2752           Phone (816) 242-2735
                Fax (816) 242-2738             Fax (816) 242-2809
       Initial source:  Federal Register 58(163):44823
  The Reregistration Notification Network is a cooperative effort of the USDA-
  NAPIAP, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), IR-4, and the
  National Agricultural Chemicals Association (NACA).