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Body Weight Decrease
Potential of major transformation product
(CL 153815) to leach and contaminate groundwater
• The major transformation
product (CL 153815) is classified
as persistent in soil under anaerobic conditions
(only comprehensive for the US)
(includes only a limited list of countries)
2005 - AC
900001 (Picolinafen). Proposed Regulatory Decision Document.
This Proposed Regulatory Decision Document provides a summary
of the data received and the rationale for the proposed full
registration of these products. The Canadian Pest Management
Regulatory Agency (PMRA) will accept written comments on this
proposal up to 45 days from the date of publication of this
document. Health Canada’s PMRA had previously issued
a temporary registration (Regulatory Note REG2003-02) for
this product with the requirement that BASF
Canada Inc. carry out a poultry metabolism study and
provide physicochemical data on transformation product CL
153815. These studies have now been completed.
- Canada approves a Maximum Residue Limit of 0.05 ppm in barley
and spring wheat (including duram). Ref: Canada
Gazette, Part II, April 7, 2004.
17, 2003 - Canada. Regulatory
Note on temporary registration. Pest
Management Regulatory Agency.
18, 2002 -
Review report for the
active substance picolinafen. European
Commission Health & Consumer Protection Directorate-General.
Evaluation of the
new active Picolinafen in the products Sniper Herbicide &
Paragon Herbicide - National Registration
Authority for Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals, Australia.
1999 - Acknowledgement
of dossier submitted by Cyanamid Agro NV/SA in the Official
Journal of the European Communities.
New Products/Transitional Solution List - This
list contains brief descriptions of numerous new pest control
materials that have been introduced over the last several years.
Additionally, it contains information on some "older"
crop protection chemicals that are believed to have room for
new uses. This List includes: