Intrepid® 2F Armyworm Label Update

Intrepid® 2F Armyworm Label Update

You must have the Intrepid® 2F supplemental label in hand as if it were on the container. Intrepid® 2F is the only product with the active ingredient methoxyfenozide registered for use to control armyworm on rice. The registration was complete earlier this year, which left the registrant (Corteva Agriscience) no time to include rice on the label. Corteva Agriscience has made the supplemental label available on the CDMS and Agrian websites. For permitting and label questions, please contact your local agricultural commissioner’s office. 

CDMS supplemental label (PDF download)

Agrian supplemental label (PDF download)

Corteva Agriscience contacts: 

Paige Gill | M: (530)650-6325 | E:

Daniel Abruzzini | M: (209)338-7405 | E:

For questions about this e-com and additional information, please contact Roberta Firoved, Industry Affairs Manager at or (916)206-5039.

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Intrepid® 2F is registered!

Intrepid® 2F is registered!

The Department of Pesticide Regulation finalized the Intrepid® 2F registration earlier this month. The label must include ‘rice’ and ‘armyworm’ for legal usage, or you must have an approved supplemental label (from Corteva) in your possession. Usage was previously available as a Section 18 Emergency Exemption dating back to 2015. As in years past, Corteva will have product available for the use season. Please remember the registration is by the trade name Intrepid® 2F and not per active ingredient.