is normally used as a salt or an ester, the identity of which should
be stated, for example flamprop-M-ethyl [63729-98-6], flamprop-M-isopropyl
[63782-90-1]. The unresolved isomeric mixture of this substance
has the ISO common name flamprop.
-- According to Pesticide
Action Network, CAS No. 63729-98-6 is the D-isomer for this
(only comprehensive for the US)
EPA PC Code:
(includes only a limited list of countries)
Kemira Fine Chemicals, Kokkola
Shell Netherland Chemie, Hoogvliet-Rotterdam
Safety Data Sheets & Labels
of Agricultural Pest Control Products under Re-evaluation
and Proposed Changes to Maximum Residue Limits: Update 4.
REV2006-01. Pesticide Management Regulatory Agency.
purpose of this document is to inform interested parties of
the discontinuation of such active ingredients and to invite
comments on the proposed changes within 60 days of the date
of this document.
Reg. No. 18798. Last Date of Application (expiry date): December
If no supporting information is provided
regarding American tolerances or
other indications of the need to maintain import MRLs, proposed
amendments to the Food and Drug Regulations will be published
in the Canada Gazette.
- Australia: "Current
List. RECORD OF APPROVED ACTIVE CONSTITUENTS FOR CHEMICAL PRODUCTS."
of Pesticide Chemicals, October 2001.
A listing of pesticides subject to analysis of residues in foods
and feeds by the US Food and Drug Administration.
of February 2005 - no toxicological studies available.