Note: WHO: believed
obsolete or discontinued
CAS Name: N-benzoyl-N-(3-chloro-4-fluorophenyl)-DL-alanine
When this substance is used as an ester or a salt, its identity
should be stated, for example flamprop-isopropyl
[52756-22-6], flamprop-methyl [52756-25-9].
The D-isomer of this substance has the ISO common name flamprop-M.
(only comprehensive for the US)
allowed to be used as an active ingredient after July 25,
26, 2002 - European
Commission: Flamprop is one of 320 pesticides to be withdrawn
in July 2003. Some
320 substances used in plant protection products (PPPs) - including
insecticides, fungicides and herbicides - are to be withdrawn
from the market by 25 July 2003 as part of the European Commission's
new approach to the evaluation of active substances in plant
protection products. This aims to improve safeguards to ensure
that all such products in use are safe for the environment and
human health. Users, wholesalers and retailers of plant protection
products will need to be aware of whether the products they
use or sell are likely to be withdrawn, so as to prevent them
being left with stocks of unusable material. Those concerned
should contact their national authority to check the authorisation
status for any particular product. The Regulation (ní 2076/2002
of 20 November 2002), with the list of the 320 substances, has
now been published in the Offical Journal. Ref: MIDDAY EXPRESS.
News from the Press and Communication Service's midday briefing.
to be obsolete or discontinued for use as pesticides.
WHO Recommended Classification
of Pesticides by Hazard and Guidelines to Classification 2000-2002.
Table 6. Active ingredients not included
in the Classification and believed to be obsolete or discontinued
for use as pesticides, p 37.
of February 2005 - no toxicological studies available.