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Document 32009R1185

Regulation (EC) No 1185/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2009 concerning statistics on pesticides (Text with EEA relevance)

OJ L 324, 10.12.2009, p. 1–22 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, GA, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)
Special edition in Croatian: Chapter 03 Volume 064 P. 197 - 218

In force: This act has been changed. Latest consolidated version: 09/03/2017

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2009/1185/oj

10.12.2009   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 324/1


REGULATION (EC) No 1185/2009 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL

of 25 November 2009

concerning statistics on pesticides

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Article 285(1) thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission,

Having regard to the opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee (1),

After consulting the Committee of the Regions,

Acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 251 of the Treaty, in the light of the Joint text approved by the Conciliation Committee on 10 November 2009 (2),

Whereas:

(1)

Decision No 1600/2002/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22 July 2002 laying down the Sixth Community Environment Action Programme (3) recognised that the impact of pesticides on human health and the environment, in particular from pesticides used in agriculture, must be reduced further. It underlined the need to achieve more sustainable use of pesticides and called for a significant overall reduction of risks and the use of pesticides consistent with the necessary crop protection.

(2)

In its Communication to the Council, the European Parliament and the European Economic and Social Committee entitled ‘Towards a Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides’, the Commission recognised the need for detailed, harmonised and up-to-date statistics on sales and use of pesticides at Community level. Such statistics are necessary for assessing policies of the European Union on sustainable development and for calculating relevant indicators on the risks for health and the environment related to pesticide use.

(3)

Harmonised and comparable Community statistics on pesticide sales and use are essential for the development and monitoring of Community legislation and policies in the context of the Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides.

(4)

Since the effects of the Directive 98/8/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 February 1998 concerning the placing of biocidal products on the market (4) will not become apparent until the first evaluation of active substances for use in biocidal products is finalised, neither the Commission nor most Member States currently have sufficient knowledge or experience to propose further measures regarding biocides. The scope of this Regulation should thus be limited to pesticides which are plant protection products covered by Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market (5), for which substantial experience already exists on data collection.

(5)

However, it is anticipated that, taking into account the results of the evaluation of Directive 98/8/EC and on the basis of an impact assessment, the scope of this Regulation will be extended to cover biocidal products.

(6)

The experience of the Commission in collecting data on sales and use of pesticides over many years has demonstrated the need to have a harmonised methodology for collecting statistics at Community level both from the stage of placing on the market and from users. Moreover, in view of the aim of calculating accurate risk indicators in accordance with the objectives of the Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides, statistics need to be detailed up to the level of the active substances.

(7)

Among the different data collection options evaluated in the impact assessment of the Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides, mandatory data collection was recommended as the best option because it would allow the development of accurate and reliable data on the placing on the market and use of pesticides quickly and cost-efficiently.

(8)

Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 11 March 2009 on European statistics (6) constitutes the reference framework for the provisions of this Regulation, requiring, in particular, conformity to standards of professional independence, impartiality, objectivity, reliability, cost-effectiveness and statistical confidentiality.

(9)

The transmission of data subject to statistical confidentiality is governed by the rules set out in Regulation (EC) No 223/2009. Measures which are taken in accordance with that Regulation ensure the physical and logical protection of confidential data and ensure that no unlawful disclosure and non-statistical use occur when Community statistics are produced and disseminated.

(10)

The publication and dissemination of data collected under this Regulation is governed by the rules set out in Regulation (EC) No 223/2009. Measures which are taken in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 ensure the physical and logical protection of confidential data and ensure that no unlawful disclosure and non-statistical use occur when Community statistics are produced and disseminated.

(11)

Data regarding the placing on the market and use of pesticides to be submitted pursuant to Directive 2009/128/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October 2009 establishing a framework for Community action to achieve the sustainable use of pesticides (7) and Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 should be assessed in accordance with the relevant provisions of that Directive and of that Regulation.

(12)

This Regulation should apply without prejudice to Directive 2003/4/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 January 2003 on public access to environmental information (8) and to Regulation (EC) No 1367/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 6 September 2006 on the application of the provisions of the Aarhus Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental Matters to Community institutions and bodies (9).

(13)

To ensure comparable results, statistics on pesticides should be produced in accordance with a specified breakdown, in an appropriate form and within a fixed period of time from the end of a reference year as defined in the Annexes of this Regulation.

(14)

The measures necessary for the implementation of this Regulation should be adopted in accordance with Council Decision 1999/468/EC of 28 June 1999 laying down the procedures for the exercise of implementing powers conferred on the Commission (10).

(15)

In particular the Commission should be empowered to define the area treated and to adapt Annex III. Since those measures are of general scope and are designed to amend non-essential elements of this Regulation, inter alia, by supplementing it with new non-essential elements, they must be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny provided for in Article 5a of Decision 1999/468/EC.

(16)

Since the objective of this Regulation, namely the establishment of a common framework for the systematic production of Community statistics on the placing on the market and use of pesticides, cannot be sufficiently achieved by the Member States and can therefore be better achieved at Community level, the Community may adopt measures, in accordance with the principle of subsidiarity as set out in Article 5 of the Treaty. In accordance with the principle of proportionality, as set out in that Article, this Regulation does not go beyond what is necessary in order to achieve that objective.

(17)

The Statistical Programme Committee, established by Council Decision 89/382/EEC, Euratom (11), has been consulted,

HAVE ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Subject matter, scope and objectives

1.   This Regulation establishes a common framework for the systematic production of Community statistics on the placing on the market and use of those pesticides which are plant protection products, as defined in Article 2(a)(i).

2.   The statistics shall apply to:

the annual amounts of pesticides placed on the market in accordance with Annex I,

the annual amounts of pesticides used in accordance with Annex II,

3.   The statistics shall, in particular, together with other relevant data serve the purposes of Articles 4 and 15 of Directive 2009/128/EC.

Article 2

Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply:

(a)

‘pesticides’ means:

(i)

a plant protection product as defined in Article 2(1) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(ii)

a biocidal product as defined in Article 2(1) of Directive 98/8/EC;

(b)

‘substances’ means substances as defined in point 2 of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009, including active substances, safeners and synergists;

(c)

‘active substances’ means active substances as referred to in Article 2(2) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(d)

‘safeners’ means safeners as referred to in Article 2(3)(a) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(e)

‘synergists’ means synergists as referred to in Article 2(3)(b) of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(f)

‘placing on the market’ means placing on the market as defined in point 9 of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(g)

‘authorisation holder’ means authorisation holder as defined in point 24 of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009;

(h)

‘agricultural use’ means any type of application of a plant protection product associated directly or indirectly with the production of plant products in the context of the economic activity of an agricultural holding;

(i)

‘professional user’ means professional user as defined in point 1 of Article 3 of Directive 2009/128/EC;

(j)

‘agricultural holding’ means agricultural holding as defined in Regulation (EC) No 1166/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 November 2008 on farm structure surveys and the survey on agricultural production methods (12).

Article 3

Data collection, transmission and processing

1.   Member States shall collect the data necessary for the specification of the characteristics listed in Annex I on an annual basis and for the specification of the characteristics listed in Annex II in five-year periods by means of:

surveys,

information concerning the placing on the market and use of pesticides taking into account, in particular, the obligations pursuant to Article 67 of Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009,

administrative sources, or,

a combination of these means, including statistical estimation procedures on the basis of expert judgements or models,

2.   Member States shall transmit to the Commission (Eurostat) the statistical results, including confidential data, in accordance with the schedules and with the periodicity specified in Annexes I and II. Data shall be presented in accordance with the classification given in Annex III.

3.   Member States shall transmit the data in electronic form, in conformity with an appropriate technical format to be adopted by the Commission (Eurostat) in accordance with the regulatory procedure referred to in Article 6(2).

4.   For reasons of confidentiality, the Commission (Eurostat) shall aggregate the data before publication in accordance with the chemical classes or categories of products indicated in Annex III, taking due account of the protection of confidential data at the level of individual Member State. The confidential data shall be used by national authorities and by the Commission (Eurostat) exclusively for statistical purposes, in accordance with Article 20 of Regulation (EC) No 223/2009.

Article 4

Quality assessment

1.   For the purpose of this Regulation, the quality criteria as laid down in Article 12(1) of Regulation (EC) No 223/2009 shall apply.

2.   Member States shall provide the Commission (Eurostat) with reports on the quality of the data transmitted as referred to in Annexes I and II. The Commission (Eurostat) shall assess the quality of data transmitted.

Article 5

Implementing measures

1.   The appropriate technical format for the transmission of data shall be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure referred to in Article 6(2).

The Commission may, if necessary, modify requirements relating to the provision of the quality reports described in Section 6 of Annexes I and II. Those measures, designed to amend non-essential elements of this Regulation by supplementing it, shall be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny referred to in Article 6(3).

2.   The Commission shall adopt the definition of the ‘area treated’ as referred to in Section 2 of Annex II. That measure, designed to amend non-essential elements of this Regulation by supplementing it, shall be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny referred to in Article 6(3).

3.   The Commission shall adapt the list of substances to be covered and their classification in categories of products and chemical classes as set out in Annex III on a regular basis and at least every five years. Those measures, designed to amend non-essential elements of this Regulation, shall be adopted in accordance with the regulatory procedure with scrutiny referred to in Article 6(3).

Article 6

Committee procedure

1.   The Commission shall be assisted by the European Statistical System Committee, established by Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 223/2009.

2.   Where reference is made to this paragraph, Articles 5 and 7 of Decision 1999/468/EC shall apply, having regard to the provisions of Article 8 thereof.

The period laid down in Article 5(6) of Decision 1999/468/EC shall be three months.

3.   Where reference is made to this paragraph, Article 5a(1) to (4) and Article 7 of Decision 1999/468/EC shall apply, having regard to the provisions of Article 8 thereof.

Article 7

Report

The Commission shall submit a report on the implementation of the Regulation to the European Parliament and the Council every five years. This report shall evaluate in particular the quality of data transmitted, as referred to in Article 4, the data collection methods, the burden on businesses, agricultural holdings and national administrations and the usefulness of these statistics in the context of the Thematic Strategy on the Sustainable Use of Pesticides in particular with regard to the objectives set out in Article 1. It shall, if appropriate, contain proposals designed to further improve data quality and data collection methods thereby improving the coverage and comparability of data and reducing the burden on businesses, agricultural holdings and national administrations.

The first report shall be submitted by 31 December 2016.

Article 8

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the 20th day following its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Strasbourg, 25 November 2009.

For the European Parliament

The President

J. BUZEK

For the Council

The President

Å. TORSTENSSON


(1)  OJ C 256, 27.10.2007, p. 86.

(2)  Opinion of the European Parliament of 12 March 2008 (OJ C 66 E, 20.3.2009, p. 98), Council Common Position of 20 November 2008 (OJ C 38 E, 17.2.2009, p. 1), Position of the European Parliament of 24 April 2009 (not yet published in the Official Journal), Council Decision of 16 November 2009 and Legislative Resolution of the European Parliament of 24 November 2009.

(3)  OJ L 242, 10.9.2002, p. 1.

(4)  OJ L 123, 24.4.1998, p. 1.

(5)  OJ L 309, 24.11.2009, p. 1.

(6)  OJ L 87, 31.3.2009, p. 164.

(7)  OJ L 309, 24.11.2009, p. 71.

(8)  OJ L 41, 14.2.2003, p. 26.

(9)  OJ L 264, 25.9.2006, p. 13.

(10)  OJ L 184, 17.7.1999, p. 23.

(11)  OJ L 181, 28.6.1989, p. 47.

(12)  OJ L 321, 1.12.2008, p. 14.


ANNEX I

STATISTICS ON THE PLACING ON THE MARKET OF PESTICIDES

Section 1

Coverage

The statistics shall cover substances listed in Annex III contained in pesticides placed on the market in each Member State. Special attention shall be paid to avoiding double counting in the event of product reconditioning or transfer of authorisation between authorisation holders.

Section 2

Variables

The quantity of each substance listed in Annex III contained in pesticides placed on the market shall be compiled in each Member State.

Section 3

Reporting measure

Data shall be expressed in kilograms of substances.

Section 4

Reference period

The reference period shall be the calendar year.

Section 5

First reference period, periodicity and transmission of results

1.

The first reference period is the second calendar year following 30 December 2009.

2.

Member States shall supply data for every calendar year subsequent to the first reference period. They shall publish those data, in particular on the Internet, in accordance with the requirements regarding protection of statistical confidentiality as laid down in Regulation (EC) No 223/2009, with a view to providing information to the public.

3.

Data shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) within 12 months of the end of the reference year.

Section 6

Quality report

Member States shall supply the Commission (Eurostat) with a quality report, referred to in Article 4, indicating:

the methodology used to collect data,

relevant aspects of quality according to the methodology used to collect data,

a description of estimations, aggregations and exclusion methods used,

This report shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) within 15 months of the end of the reference year.


ANNEX II

STATISTICS ON AGRICULTURAL USE OF PESTICIDES.

Section 1

Coverage

1.

Statistics shall cover substances listed in Annex III contained in pesticides on each selected crop in each Member State.

2.

Each Member State shall establish the selection of crops to be covered during the five-year period defined in Section 5. The selection shall be designed to be representative of the crops cultivated in the Member State and of the substances used.

The selection of crops shall take into account the most relevant crops for the national action plans as referred to in Article 4 of Directive 2009/128/EC.

Section 2

Variables

For each selected crop the following variables shall be compiled:

(a)

the quantity of each substance listed in Annex III contained in pesticides used on this crop, and

(b)

the area treated with each substance.

Section 3

Reporting measures

1.

Quantities of substances used shall be expressed in kilograms.

2.

Areas treated shall be expressed in hectares.

Section 4

Reference period

1.

The reference period shall, in principle, be a period of a maximum of 12 months covering all plant protection treatments associated directly or indirectly with the crop.

2.

The reference period shall be reported as the year in which the harvest began.

Section 5

First reference period, periodicity and transmission of results

1.

For each five-year period, Member States shall compile statistics on the use of pesticides for each selected crop within a reference period as defined in Section 4.

2.

Member States may choose the reference period at any time of the five-year period. The choice can be made independently for each selected crop.

3.

The first five-year period shall start at the first calendar year following 30 December 2009.

4.

Member States shall supply data for every five-year period.

5.

Data shall be transmitted to the Commission (Eurostat) within 12 months of the end of each five-year period and published, in particular on the Internet, in accordance with the requirements regarding the protection of statistical confidentiality as laid down in Regulation (EC) No 223/2009, with a view to providing information to the public.

Section 6

Quality report

When they transmit their results, Member States shall supply the Commission (Eurostat) with a quality report, referred to in Article 4, indicating:

the design of the sampling methodology,

the methodology used to collect data,

an estimation of the relative importance of the crops covered with regard to the overall amount of pesticides used,

relevant aspects of quality according to the methodology used to collect data,

a comparison between data on pesticides used during the five-year period and pesticides placed on the market during the five corresponding years,

a summary description of the commercial non-agricultural uses of pesticides obtained in the framework of pilot studies to be led by the Commission (Eurostat),


ANNEX III

HARMONISED CLASSIFICATION OF SUBSTANCES

MAJOR GROUPS

Code

Chemical Class

Substances common names

CAS RN (1)

CIPAC (2)

Categories of products

 

 

Common Nomenclature

 

 

Fungicides and Bactericides

F0

 

 

 

 

Inorganic fungicides

F1

 

 

 

 

 

F1.1

COPPER COMPOUNDS

ALL COPPER COMPOUNDS

 

44

 

F1.1

 

BORDEAUX MIXTURE

8011-63-0

44

 

F1.1

 

COPPER HYDROXIDE

20427-59-2

44

 

F1.1

 

COPPER OXYCHLORIDE

1332-40-7

44

 

F1.1

 

TRIBASIC COPPER SULPHATE

1333-22-8

44

 

F1.1

 

COPPER (I) OXIDE

1319-39-1

44

 

F1.1

 

OTHER COPPER SALTS

 

44

 

F1.2

INORGANIC SULFUR

SULFUR

7704-34-9

18

 

F1.3

OTHER INORGANIC FUNGICIDES

OTHER INORGANIC FUNGICIDES

 

 

Fungicides based on carbamates and dithiocarbamates

F2

 

 

 

 

 

F2.1

CARBANILATE FUNGICIDES

DIETHOFENCARB

87130-20-9

513

 

F2.2

CARBAMATE FUNGICIDES

BENTHIAVALICARB

413615-35-7

744

 

F2.2

 

IPROVALICARB

140923-17-7

620

 

F2.2

 

PROPAMOCARB

24579-73-5

399

 

F2.3

DITHIOCARBAMATE FUNGICIDES

MANCOZEB

8018-01-7

34

 

F2.3

 

MANEB

12427-38-2

61

 

F2.3

 

METIRAM

9006-42-2

478

 

F2.3

 

PROPINEB

12071-83-9

177

 

F2.3

 

THIRAM

137-26-8

24

 

F2.3

 

ZIRAM

137-30-4

31

Fungicides based on benzimidazoles

F3

 

 

 

 

 

F3.1

BENZIMIDAZOLE FUNGICIDES

CARBENDAZIM

10605-21-7

263

 

F3.1

 

FUBERIDAZOLE

3878-19-1

525

 

F3.1

 

THIABENDAZOLE

148-79-8

323

 

F3.1

 

THIOPHANATE-METHYL

23564-05-8

262

Fungicides based on imidazoles and triazoles

F4

 

 

 

 

 

F4.1

CONAZOLE FUNGICIDES

BITERTANOL

55179-31-2

386

 

F4.1

 

BROMUCONAZOLE

116255-48-2

680

 

F4.1

 

CYPROCONAZOLE

94361-06-5

600

 

F4.1

 

DIFENOCONAZOLE

119446-68-3

687

 

F4.1

 

DINICONAZOLE

83657-24-3

690

 

F4.1

 

EPOXICONAZOLE

106325-08-0

609

 

F4.1

 

ETRIDIAZOLE

2593-15-9

518

 

F4.1

 

FENBUCONAZOLE

114369-43-6

694

 

F4.1

 

FLUQUINCONAZOLE

136426-54-5

474

 

F4.1

 

FLUSILAZOLE

85509-19-9

435

 

F4.1

 

FLUTRIAFOL

76674-21-0

436

 

F4.1

 

HEXACONAZOLE

79983-71-4

465

 

F4.1

 

IMAZALIL (ENILCONAZOLE)

58594-72-2

335

 

F4.1

 

METCONAZOLE

125116-23-6

706

 

F4.1

 

MYCLOBUTANIL

88671-89-0

442

 

F4.1

 

PENCONAZOLE

66246-88-6

446

 

F4.1

 

PROPICONAZOLE

60207-90-1

408

 

F4.1

 

PROTHIOCONAZOLE

178928-70-6

745

 

F4.1

 

TEBUCONAZOLE

107534-96-3

494

 

F4.1

 

TETRACONAZOLE

112281-77-3

726

 

F4.1

 

TRIADIMENOL

55219-65-3

398

 

F4.1

 

TRICYCLAZOLE

41814-78-2

547

 

F4.1

 

TRIFLUMIZOLE

99387-89-0

730

 

F4.1

 

TRITICONAZOLE

131983-72-7

652

 

F4.2

IMIDAZOLE FUNGICIDES

CYAZOFAMIDE

120116-88-3

653

 

F4.2

 

FENAMIDONE

161326-34-7

650

 

F4.2

 

TRIAZOXIDE

72459-58-6

729

Fungicides based on morpholines

F5

 

 

 

 

 

F5.1

MORPHOLINE FUNGICIDES

DIMETHOMORPH

110488-70-5

483

 

F5.1

 

DODEMORPH

1593-77-7

300

 

F5.1

 

FENPROPIMORPH

67564-91-4

427

Other fungicides

F6

 

 

 

 

 

F6.1

ALIPHATIC NITROGEN FUNGICIDES

CYMOXANIL

57966-95-7

419

 

F6.1

 

DODINE

2439-10-3

101

 

F6.1

 

GUAZATINE

108173-90-6

361

 

F6.2

AMIDE FUNGICIDES

BENALAXYL

71626-11-4

416

 

F6.2

 

BOSCALID

188425-85-6

673

 

F6.2

 

FLUTOLANIL

66332-96-5

524

 

F6.2

 

MEPRONIL

55814-41-0

533

 

F6.2

 

METALAXYL

57837-19-1

365

 

F6.2

 

METALAXYL-M

70630-17-0

580

 

F6.2

 

PROCHLORAZ

67747-09-5

407

 

F6.2

 

SILTHIOFAM

175217-20-6

635

 

F6.2

 

TOLYLFLUANID

731-27-1

275

 

F6.2

 

ZOXAMIDE

156052-68-5

640

 

F6.3

ANILIDE FUNGICIDES

CARBOXIN

5234-68-4

273

 

F6.3

 

FENHEXAMID

126833-17-8

603

 

F6.4

ANTIBIOTIC FUNGICIDES-BACTERICIDES

KASUGAMYCIN

6980-18-3

703

 

F6.4

 

POLYOXINS

11113-80-7

710

 

F6.4

 

STREPTOMYCIN

57-92-1

312

 

F6.5

AROMATIC FUNGICIDES

CHLOROTHALONIL

1897-45-6

288

 

F6.5

 

DICLORAN

99-30-9

150

 

F6.6

DICARBOXIMIDE FUNGICIDES

IPRODIONE

36734-19-7

278

 

F6.6

 

PROCYMIDONE

32809-16-8

383

 

F6.7

DINITROANILINE FUNGICIDES

FLUAZINAM

79622-59-6

521

 

F6.8

DINITROPHENOL FUNGICIDES

DINOCAP

39300-45-3

98

 

F6.9

ORGANOPHOSPHORUS FUNGICIDES

FOSETYL

15845-66-6

384

 

F6.9

 

TOLCLOFOS-METHYL

57018-04-9

479

 

F6.10

OXAZOLE FUNGICIDES

HYMEXAZOL

10004-44-1

528

 

F6.10

 

FAMOXADONE

131807-57-3

594

 

F6.10

 

VINCLOZOLIN

50471-44-8

280

 

F6.11

PHENYLPYRROLE FUNGICIDES

FLUDIOXONIL

131341-86-1

522

 

F6.12

PHTHALIMIDE FUNGICIDES

CAPTAN

133-06-2

40

 

F6.12

 

FOLPET

133-07-3

75

 

F6.13

PYRIMIDINE FUNGICIDES

BUPIRIMATE

41483-43-6

261

 

F6.13

 

CYPRODINIL

121552-61-2

511

 

F6.13

 

FENARIMOL

60168-88-9

380

 

F6.13

 

MEPANIPYRIM

110235-47-7

611

 

F6.13

 

PYRIMETHANIL

53112-28-0

714

 

F6.14

QUINOLINE FUNGICIDES

QUINOXYFEN

124495-18-7

566

 

F6.14

 

8-HYDROXYQUINOLINE SULFATE

134-31-6

677

 

F6.15

QUINONE FUNGICIDES

DITHIANON

3347-22-6

153

 

F6.16

STROBILURINE FUNGICIDES

AZOXYSTROBIN

131860-33-8

571

 

F6.16

 

DIMOXYSTROBIN

149961-52-4

739

 

F6.16

 

FLUOXASTROBIN

361377-29-9

746

 

F6.16

 

KRESOXIM-METHYL

143390-89-0

568

 

F6.16

 

PICOXYSTROBINE

117428-22-5

628

 

F6.16

 

PYRACLOSTROBINE

175013-18-0

657

 

F6.16

 

TRIFLOXYSTROBINE

141517-21-7

617

 

F6.17

UREA FUNGICIDES

PENCYCURON

66063-05-6

402

 

F6.18

UNCLASSIFIED FUNGICIDES

ACIBENZOLAR

126448-41-7

597

 

F6.18

 

BENZOIC ACID

65-85-0

622

 

F6.18

 

DICHLOROPHEN

97-23-4

325

 

F6.18

 

FENPROPIDIN

67306-00-7

520

 

F6.18

 

METRAFENONE

220899-03-6

752

 

F6.18

 

2-PHENYPHENOL

90-43-7

246

 

F6.18

 

SPIROXAMINE

118134-30-8

572

 

F6.19

OTHER FUNGICIDES

OTHER FUNGICIDES

 

 

Herbicides. Haulm Destructors and Moss Killers

H0

 

 

 

 

Herbicides based on phenoxy-phytohormones

H1

 

 

 

 

 

H1.1

PHENOXY HERBICIDES

2,4-D

94-75-7

1

 

H1.1

 

2,4-DB

94-82-6

83

 

H1.1

 

DICHLORPROP-P

15165-67-0

476

 

H1.1

 

MCPA

94-74-6

2

 

H1.1

 

MCPB

94-81-5

50

 

H1.1

 

MECOPROP

7085-19-0

51

 

H1.1

 

MECOPROP-P

16484-77-8

475

Herbicides based on triazines and triazinones

H2

 

 

 

 

 

H2.1

METHYLTHIOTRIAZINE HERBICIDES

METHOPROTRYNE

841-06-5

94

 

H2.2

TRIAZINE HERBICIDES

SIMETRYN

1014-70-6

179

 

H2.2

 

TERBUTHYLAZINE

5915-41-3

234

 

H2.3

TRIAZINONE HERBICIDES

METAMITRON

41394-05-2

381

 

H2.3

 

METRIBUZIN

21087-64-9

283

Herbicides based on amides and anilides

H3

 

 

 

 

 

H3.1

AMIDE HERBICIDES

BEFLUBUTAMID

113614-08-7

662

 

H3.1

 

DIMETHENAMID

87674-68-8

638

 

H3.1

 

FLUPOXAM

119126-15-7

8158

 

H3.1

 

ISOXABEN

82558-50-7

701

 

H3.1

 

NAPROPAMIDE

15299-99-7

271

 

H3.1

 

PETHOXAMIDE

106700-29-2

665

 

H3.1

 

PROPYZAMIDE

23950-58-5

315

 

H3.2

ANILIDE HERBICIDES

DIFLUFENICAN

83164-33-4

462

 

H3.2

 

FLORASULAM

145701-23-1

616

 

H3.2

 

FLUFENACET

142459-58-3

588

 

H3.2

 

METOSULAM

139528-85-1

707

 

H3.2

 

METAZACHLOR

67129-08-2

411

 

H3.2

 

PROPANIL

709-98-8

205

 

H3.3

CHLOROACETANILIDE HERBICIDES

ACETOCHLOR

34256-82-1

496

 

H3.3

 

ALACHLOR

15972-60-8

204

 

H3.3

 

DIMETHACHLOR

50563-36-5

688

 

H3.3

 

PRETILACHLOR

51218-49-6

711

 

H3.3

 

PROPACHLOR

1918-16-7

176

 

H3.3

 

S-METOLACHLOR

87392-12-9

607

Herbicides based on carbamates and bis-carbamates

H4

 

 

 

 

 

H4.1

BIS-CARBAMATE HERBICIDES

CHLORPROPHAM

101-21-3

43

 

H4.1

 

DESMEDIPHAM

13684-56-5

477

 

H4.1

 

PHENMEDIPHAM

13684-63-4

77

 

H4.2

CARBAMATE HERBICIDES

ASULAM

3337-71-1

240

 

H4.2

 

CARBETAMIDE

16118-49-3

95

Herbicides based on dinitroaniline derivatives

H5

 

 

 

 

 

H5.1

DINITROANILINE HERBICIDES

BENFLURALIN

1861-40-1

285

 

H5.1

 

BUTRALIN

33629-47-9

504

 

H5.1

 

ETHALFLURALIN

55283-68-6

516

 

H5.1

 

ORYZALIN

19044-88-3

537

 

H5.1

 

PENDIMETHALIN

40487-42-1

357

 

H5.1

 

TRIFLURALIN

2582-09-8

183

Herbicides based on derivatives of urea. of uracil or of sulphonylurea

H6

 

 

 

 

 

H6.1

SULFONYLUREA HERBICIDES

AMIDOSULFURON

120923-37-7

515

 

H6.1

 

AZIMSULFURON

120162-55-2

584

 

H6.1

 

BENSULFURON

99283-01-9

502

 

H6.1

 

CHLORSULFURON

64902-72-3

391

 

H6.1

 

CINOSULFURON

94593-91-6

507

 

H6.1

 

ETHOXYSULFURON

126801-58-9

591

 

H6.1

 

FLAZASULFURON

104040-78-0

595

 

H6.1

 

FLUPYRSULFURON

150315-10-9

577

 

H6.1

 

FORAMSULFURON

173159-57-4

659

 

H6.1

 

IMAZOSULFURON

122548-33-8

590

 

H6.1

 

IODOSULFURON

185119-76-0

634

 

H6.1

 

MESOSULFURON

400852-66-6

663

 

H6.1

 

METSULFURON

74223-64-6

441

 

H6.1

 

NICOSULFURON

111991-09-4

709

 

H6.1

 

OXASULFURON

144651-06-9

626

 

H6.1

 

PRIMISULFURON

113036-87-6

712

 

H6.1

 

PROSULFURON

94125-34-5

579

 

H6.1

 

RIMSULFURON

122931-48-0

716

 

H6.1

 

SULFOSULFURON

141776-32-1

601

 

H6.1

 

THIFENSULFURON

79277-67-1

452

 

H6.1

 

TRIASULFURON

82097-50-5

480

 

H6.1

 

TRIBENURON

106040-48-6

546

 

H6.1

 

TRIFLUSULFURON

135990-29-3

731

 

H6.1

 

TRITOSULFURON

142469-14-5

735

 

H6.2

URACIL HERBICIDES

LENACIL

2164-08-1

163

 

H6.3

UREA HERBICIDES

CHLORTOLURON

15545-48-9

217

 

H6.3

 

DIURON

330-54-1

100

 

H6.3

 

FLUOMETURON

2164-17-2

159

 

H6.3

 

ISOPROTURON

34123-59-6

336

 

H6.3

 

LINURON

330-55-2

76

 

H6.3

 

METHABENZTHIAZURON

18691-97-9

201

 

H6.3

 

METOBROMURON

3060-89-7

168

 

H6.3

 

METOXURON

19937-59-8

219

Other herbicides

H7

 

 

 

 

 

H7.1

ARYLOXYPHENOXY- PROPIONIC HERBICIDES

CLODINAFOP

114420-56-3

683

 

H7.1

 

CYHALOFOP

122008-85-9

596

 

H7.1

 

DICLOFOP

40843-25-2

358

 

H7.1

 

FENOXAPROP-P

113158-40-0

484

 

H7.1

 

FLUAZIFOP-P-BUTYL

79241-46-6

395

 

H7.1

 

HALOXYFOP

69806-34-4

438

 

H7.1

 

HALOXYFOP-R

72619-32-0

526

 

H7.1

 

PROPAQUIZAFOP

111479-05-1

713

 

H7.1

 

QUIZALOFOP

76578-12-6

429

 

H7.1

 

QUIZALOFOP-P

94051-08-8

641

 

H7.2

BENZOFURANE HERBICIDES

ETHOFUMESATE

26225-79-6

233

 

H7.3

BENZOIC-ACID HERBICIDES

CHLORTHAL

2136-79-0

328

 

H7.3

 

DICAMBA

1918-00-9

85

 

H7.4

BIPYRIDYLIUM HERBICIDES

DIQUAT

85-00-7

55

 

H7.4

 

PARAQUAT

4685-14-7

56

 

H7.5

CYCLOHEXANEDIONE HERBICIDES

CLETHODIM

99129-21-2

508

 

H7.5

 

CYCLOXYDIM

101205-02-1

510

 

H7.5

 

TEPRALOXYDIM

149979-41-9

608

 

H7.5

 

TRALKOXYDIM

87820-88-0

544

 

H7.6

DIAZINE HERBICIDES

PYRIDATE

55512-33-9

447

 

H7.7

DICARBOXIMIDE HERBICIDES

CINIDON-ETHYL

142891-20-1

598

 

H7.7

 

FLUMIOXAZIN

103361-09-7

578

 

H7.8

DIPHENYL ETHER HERBICIDES

ACLONIFEN

74070-46-5

498

 

H7.8

 

BIFENOX

42576-02-3

413

 

H7.8

 

NITROFEN

1836-75-5

170

 

H7.8

 

OXYFLUORFEN

42874-03-3

538

 

H7.9

IMIDAZOLINONE HERBICIDES

IMAZAMETHABENZ

100728-84-5

529

 

H7.9

 

IMAZAMOX

114311-32-9

619

 

H7.9

 

IMAZETHAPYR

81335-77-5

700

 

H7.10

INORGANIC HERBICIDES

AMMONIUM SULFAMATE

7773-06-0

679

 

H7.10

 

CHLORATES

7775-09-9

7

 

H7.11

ISOXAZOLE HERBICIDES

ISOXAFLUTOLE

141112-29-0

575

 

H7.12

MORPHACTIN HERBICIDES

FLURENOL

467-69-6

304

 

H7.13

NITRILE HERBICIDES

BROMOXYNIL

1689-84-5

87

 

H7.13

 

DICHLOBENIL

1194-65-6

73

 

H7.13

 

IOXYNIL

1689-83-4

86

 

H7.14

ORGANOPHOSPHORUS HERBICIDES

GLUFOSINATE

51276-47-2

437

 

H7.14

 

GLYPHOSATE

1071-83-6

284

 

H7.15

PHENYLPYRAZOLE HERBICIDES

PYRAFLUFEN

129630-19-9

605

 

H7.16

PYRIDAZINONE HERBICIDES

CHLORIDAZON

1698-60-8

111

 

H7.16

 

FLURTAMONE

96525-23-4

569

 

H7.17

PYRIDINECARBOXAMIDE HERBICIDES

PICOLINAFEN

137641-05-5

639

 

H7.18

PYRIDINECARBOXYLIC-ACID HERBICIDES

CLOPYRALID

1702-17-6

455

 

H7.18

 

PICLORAM

1918-02-1

174

 

H7.19

PYRIDYLOXYACETIC-ACID HERBICIDES

FLUROXYPYR

69377-81-7

431

 

H7.19

 

TRICLOPYR

55335-06-3

376

 

H7.20

QUINOLINE HERBICIDES

QUINCLORAC

84087-01-4

493

 

H7.20

 

QUINMERAC

90717-03-6

563

 

H7.21

THIADIAZINE HERBICIDES

BENTAZONE

25057-89-0

366

 

H7.22

THIOCARBAMATE HERBICIDES

EPTC

759-94-4

155

 

H7.22

 

MOLINATE

2212-67-1

235

 

H7.22

 

PROSULFOCARB

52888-80-9

539

 

H7.22

 

THIOBENCARB

28249-77-6

388

 

H7.22

 

TRI-ALLATE

2303-17-5

97

 

H7.23

TRIAZOLE HERBICIDES

AMITROL

61-82-5

90

 

H7.24

TRIAZOLINONE HERBICIDES

CARFENTRAZONE

128639-02-1

587

 

H7.25

TRIAZOLONE HERBICIDES

PROPOXYCARBAZONE

145026-81-9

655

 

H7.26

TRIKETONE HERBICIDES

MESOTRIONE

104206-82-8

625

 

H7.26

 

SULCOTRIONE

99105-77-8

723

 

H7.27

UNCLASSIFIED HERBICIDES

CLOMAZONE

81777-89-1

509

 

H7.27

 

FLUROCHLORIDONE

61213-25-0

430

 

H7.27

 

QUINOCLAMINE

2797-51-5

648

 

H7.27

 

METHAZOLE

20354-26-1

369

 

H7.27

 

OXADIARGYL

39807-15-3

604

 

H7.27

 

OXADIAZON

19666-30-9

213

 

H7.27

OTHER HERBICIDES HAULM DESTRUCTOR MOSS KILLER

OTHER HERBICIDES HAULM DESTRUCTOR MOSS KILLER

 

 

Insecticides and Acaricides

I0

 

 

 

 

Insecticides based on pyrethroids

I1

 

 

 

 

 

I1.1

PYRETHROID INSECTICIDES

ACRINATHRIN

101007-06-1

678

 

I1.1

 

ALPHA-CYPERMETHRIN

67375-30-8

454

 

I1.1

 

BETA-CYFLUTHRIN

68359-37-5

482

 

I1.1

 

BETA-CYPERMETHRIN

65731-84-2

632

 

I1.1

 

BIFENTHRIN

82657-04-3

415

 

I1.1

 

CYFLUTHRIN

68359-37-5

385

 

I1.1

 

CYPERMETHRIN

52315-07-8

332

 

I1.1

 

DELTAMETHRIN

52918-63-5

333

 

I1.1

 

ESFENVALERATE

66230-04-4

481

 

I1.1

 

ETOFENPROX

80844-07-1

471

 

I1.1

 

GAMMA-CYHALOTHRIN

76703-62-3

768

 

I1.1

 

LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN

91465-08-6

463

 

I1.1

 

TAU-FLUVALINATE

102851-06-9

432

 

I1.1

 

TEFLUTHRIN

79538-32-2

451

 

I1.1

 

ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN

52315-07-8

733

Insecticides based on chlorinated hydrocarbons

I2

 

 

 

 

 

I2.1

ORGANOCHLORINE INSECTICIDES

DICOFOL

115-32-2

123

 

I2.1

 

TETRASUL

2227-13-6

114

Insecticides based on carbamates and oxime-carbamate

I3

 

 

 

 

 

I3.1

OXIME-CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES

METHOMYL

16752-77-5

264

 

I3.1

 

OXAMYL

23135-22-0

342

 

I3.2

CARBAMATE INSECTICIDES

BENFURACARB

82560-54-1

501

 

I3.2

 

CARBARYL

63-25-2

26

 

I3.2

 

CARBOFURAN

1563-66-2

276

 

I3.2

 

CARBOSULFAN

55285-14-8

417

 

I3.2

 

FENOXYCARB

79127-80-3

425

 

I3.2

 

FORMETANATE

22259-30-9

697

 

I3.2

 

METHIOCARB

2032-65-7

165

 

I3.2

 

PIRIMICARB

23103-98-2

231

Insecticides based on organophosphates

I4

 

 

 

 

 

I4.1

ORGANOPHOSPHORUS INSECTICIDES

AZINPHOS-METHYL

86-50-0

37

 

I4.1

 

CADUSAFOS

95465-99-9

682

 

I4.1

 

CHLORPYRIFOS

2921-88-2

221

 

I4.1

 

CHLORPYRIFOS-METHYL

5589-13-0

486

 

I4.1

 

COUMAPHOS

56-72-4

121

 

I4.1

 

DIAZINON

333-41-5

15

 

I4.1

 

DICHLORVOS

62-73-7

11

 

I4.1

 

DIMETHOATE

60-51-5

59

 

I4.1

 

ETHOPROPHOS

13194-48-4

218

 

I4.1

 

FENAMIPHOS

22224-92-6

692

 

I4.1

 

FENITROTHION

122-14-5

35

 

I4.1

 

FOSTHIAZATE

98886-44-3

585

 

I4.1

 

ISOFENPHOS

25311-71-1

412

 

I4.1

 

MALATHION

121-75-5

12

 

I4.1

 

METHAMIDOPHOS

10265-92-6

355

 

I4.1

 

NALED

300-76-5

195

 

I4.1

 

OXYDEMETON-METHYL

301-12-2

171

 

I4.1

 

PHOSALONE

2310-17-0

109

 

I4.1

 

PHOSMET

732-11-6

318

 

I4.1

 

PHOXIM

14816-18-3

364

 

I4.1

 

PIRIMIPHOS-METHYL

29232-93-7

239

 

I4.1

 

TRICHLORFON

52-68-6

68

Biological and botanical product based insecticides

I5

 

 

 

 

 

I5.1

BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDES

AZADIRACHTIN

11141-17-6

627

 

I5.1

 

NICOTINE

54-11-5

8

 

I5.1

 

PYRETHRINS

8003-34-7

32

 

I5.1

 

ROTENONE

83-79-4

671

Other insecticides

I6

 

 

 

 

 

I6.1

INSECTICIDES PRODUCED BY FERMENTATION

ABAMECTIN

71751-41-2

495

 

I6.1

 

MILBEMECTIN

51596-10-2

51 596-11-3

660

 

I6.1

 

SPINOSAD

168316-95-8

636

 

I6.3

BENZOYLUREA INSECTICIDES

DIFLUBENZURON

35367-38-5

339

 

I6.3

 

FLUFENOXURON

101463-69-8

470

 

I6.3

 

HEXAFLUMURON

86479-06-3

698

 

I6.3

 

LUFENURON

103055-07-8

704

 

I6.3

 

NOVALURON

116714-46-6

672

 

I6.3

 

TEFLUBENZURON

83121-18-0

450

 

I6.3

 

TRIFLUMURON

64628-44-0

548

 

I6.4

CARBAZATE INSECTICIDES

BIFENAZATE

149877-41-8

736

 

I6.5

DIAZYLHYDRAZINE INSECTICIDES

METHOXYFENOZIDE

161050-58-4

656

 

I6.5

 

TEBUFENOZIDE

112410-23-8

724

 

I6.6

INSECT GROWTH REGULATORS

BUPROFEZIN

69327-76-0

681

 

I6.6

 

CYROMAZINE

66215-27-8

420

 

I6.6

 

HEXYTHIAZOX

78587-05-0

439

 

I6.7

INSECT PHEROMONES

(E,Z)-9-DODECENYL ACETATE

35148-19-7

422

 

I6.8

NITROGUANIDINE INSECTICIDES

CLOTHIANIDIN

210880-92-5

738

 

I6.8

 

THIAMETHOXAM

153719-23-4

637

 

I6.9

ORGANOTIN INSECTICIDES

AZOCYCLOTIN

41083-11-8

404

 

I6.9

 

CYHEXATIN

13121-70-5

289

 

I6.9

 

FENBUTATIN OXIDE

13356-08-6

359

 

I6.10

OXADIAZINE INSECTICIDES

INDOXACARB

173584-44-6

612

 

I6.11

PHENYL-ETHER INSECTICIDES

PYRIPROXYFEN

95737-68-1

715

 

I6.12

PYRAZOLE (PHENYL-) INSECTICIDES

FENPYROXIMATE

134098-61-6

695

 

I6.12

 

FIPRONIL

120068-37-3

581

 

I6.12

 

TEBUFENPYRAD

119168-77-3

725

 

I6.13

PYRIDINE INSECTICIDES

PYMETROZINE

123312-89-0

593

 

I6.14

PYRIDYLMETHYLAMINE INSECTICIDES

ACETAMIPRID

135410-20-7

649

 

I6.14

 

IMIDACLOPRID

138261-41-3

582

 

I6.14

 

THIACLOPRID

111988-49-9

631

 

I6.15

SULFITE ESTER INSECTICIDES

PROPARGITE

2312-35-8

216

 

I6.16

TETRAZINE INSECTICIDES

CLOFENTEZINE

74115-24-5

418

 

I6.17

TETRONIC ACID INSECTICIDES

SPIRODICLOFEN

148477-71-8

737

 

I6.18

(CARBAMOYL-) TRIAZOLE INSECTICIDES

TRIAZAMATE

112143-82-5

728

 

I6.19

UREA INSECTICIDES

DIAFENTHIURON

80060-09-9

8097

 

I6.20

UNCLASSIFIED INSECTICIDES

ETOXAZOLE

153233-91-1

623

 

I6.20

 

FENAZAQUIN

120928-09-8

693

 

I6.20

 

PYRIDABEN

96489-71-3

583

 

I6.21

OTHER INSECTICIDES-ACARICIDES

OTHER INSECTICIDES-ACARICIDES

 

 

Molluscicides. total:

M0

 

 

 

 

Molluscicides

M1

 

 

 

 

 

M1.1

CARBAMATE MOLLUSCICIDE

THIODICARB

59669-26-0

543

 

M1.2

OTHER MOLLUSCICIDES

FERRIC PHOSPHATE

10045-86-0

629

 

M1.2

 

METALDEHYDE

108-62-3

62

 

M1.2

 

OTHER MOLLUSCICIDES

 

 

Plant Growth Regulators. total:

PGR0

 

 

 

 

Physiological plant growth regulators

PGR1

 

 

 

 

 

PGR1.1

PHYSIOLOGICAL PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS

CHLORMEQUAT

999-81-5

143

 

PGR1.1

 

CYCLANILIDE

113136-77-9

586

 

PGR1.1

 

DAMINOZIDE

1596-84-5

330

 

PGR1.1

 

DIMETHIPIN

55290-64-7

689

 

PGR1.1

 

DIPHENYLAMINE

122-39-4

460

 

PGR1.1

 

ETHEPHON

16672-87-0

373

 

PGR1.1

 

ETHOXYQUIN

91-53-2

517

 

PGR1.1

 

FLORCHLORFENURON

68157-60-8

633

 

PGR1.1

 

FLURPRIMIDOL

56425-91-3

696

 

PGR1.1

 

IMAZAQUIN

81335-37-7

699

 

PGR1.1

 

MALEIC HYDRAZIDE

51542-52-0

310

 

PGR1.1

 

MEPIQUAT

24307-26-4

440

 

PGR1.1

 

1-METHYLCYCLOPROPENE

3100-04-7

767

 

PGR1.1

 

PACLOBUTRAZOL

76738-62-0

445

 

PGR1.1

 

PROHEXADIONE-CALCIUM

127277-53-6

567

 

PGR1.1

 

SODIUM 5-NITROGUAIACOLATE

67233-85-6

718

 

PGR1.1

 

SODIUM O-NITROPHENOLATE

824-39-5

720

 

PGR1.1

 

TRINEXAPAC-ETHYL

95266-40-3

8349

Anti-sprouting products

PGR2

 

 

 

 

 

PGR2.2

ANTISPROUTING PRODUCTS

CARVONE

99-49-0

602

 

PGR2.2

 

CHLORPROPHAM

101-21-3

43

Other plant growth regulators

PGR3

 

 

 

 

 

PGR3.1

OTHER PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS

OTHER PGR

 

 

Other Plant Protection Products. total:

ZR0

 

 

 

 

Mineral oils

ZR1

 

 

 

 

 

ZR1.1

MINERAL OIL

PETROLEUM OILS

64742-55-8

29

Vegetal oils

ZR2

 

 

 

 

 

ZR2.1

VEGETAL OIL

TAR OILS

 

30

Soil sterilants (incl. Nematicides)

ZR3

 

 

 

 

 

ZR3.1

METHYL BROMIDE

METHYL BROMIDE

74-83-9

128

 

ZR3.2

OTHER SOIL STERILANTS

CHLOROPICRIN

76-06-2

298

 

ZR3.2

 

DAZOMET

533-74-4

146

 

ZR3.2

 

1.3-DICHLOROPROPENE

542-75-6

675

 

ZR3.2

 

METAM-SODIUM

137-42-8

20

 

ZR3.2

 

OTHER SOIL STERILANTS

 

 

Rodenticides

ZR4

 

 

 

 

 

ZR4.1

RODENTICIDES

BRODIFACOUM

56073-10-0

370

 

ZR4.1

 

BROMADIOLONE

28772-56-7

371

 

ZR4.1

 

CHLORALOSE

15879-93-3

249

 

ZR4.1

 

CHLOROPHACINONE

3691-35-8

208

 

ZR4.1

 

COUMATETRALYL

5836-29-3

189

 

ZR4.1

 

DIFENACOUM

56073-07-5

514

 

ZR4.1

 

DIFETHIALONE

104653-34-1

549

 

ZR4.1

 

FLOCOUMAFEN

90035-08-8

453

 

ZR4.1

 

WARFARIN

81-81-2

70

 

ZR4.1

 

OTHER RODENTICIDES

 

 

All other plant protection products

ZR5

 

 

 

 

 

ZR5.1

DISINFECTANTS

OTHER DISINFECTANTS

 

 

 

ZR5.2

OTHER PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS

OTHER PPP

 

 


(1)  Chemical Abstracts Service Registry Numbers.

(2)  Collaborative International Pesticides Analytical Council.


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