The Environmental Protection Agency has registered Rimon 0.83EC Insecticide on snap and dry beans, low-growing berries, cucurbit vegetables and fruiting vegetables.

It already was labeled on bushberries, head and stem Brassica, pome fruit, potatoes and sweet potatoes, and stone fruit except cherries.

The insect growth regulator from Lawrenceville, Ga.-based Chemtura AgroSolutions contains the active ingredient novaluron, a chitin inhibitor that interferes with insect molting during growth, according to a news release.

The product controls a wide variety of insects, including worms, beetles, lygus, whiteflies, thrips, sting bugs and plant bugs.