Consultation on Uniconazole-P and Its Associated End-use Products, Proposed Re evaluation Decision PRVD2019-09
Notice to the reader:
The online consultation is now closed.
Health Canada is proposing that products containing uniconazole-P are acceptable for continued registration in Canada, provided that the additional proposed risk mitigation measures are in place.
Uniconazole-P is used in the greenhouse ornamental industry and tomato transplant seedling production in greenhouses. For a list of products, consult Appendix I in the PRVD or visit the Pesticide Label Search database.
With respect to human health, dietary risks and risks to workers from most uses are considered to be acceptable under the current conditions of use. However, risks are not considered to be acceptable for workers conducting postapplication activities for greenhouse ornamentals grown for cut flowers. Therefore, the use on greenhouse ornamentals grown for cut flowers is proposed for cancellation. In addition, label updates are proposed to meet the current labelling standard and to improve clarity.
For more information on the proposed decision open the “Proposed Re-evaluation Decision".
How to Get Involved
This consultation is open for comment from 7 August 2019 to 5 November 2019 (90 calendar days).
To comment on PRVD2019-09:
Request the full consultation document to read the Science Evaluation that is the basis of this proposed regulatory decision.
Submit comments to the PMRA Publications Section.
All comments received will be considered. A final re-evaluation decision will consider additional scientific information provided during the public comment period.
Please refer to the document title (for example: PRVD2019-09, Uniconazole-P and Its Associated End-use Products) when providing comments.
Reporting to Canadians
Health Canada will make the results of this consultation available on this website. Once the decision is finalized, the PMRA will post a Re-evaluation Decision on the Pesticides and Pest Management Reports and Publications portion of Canada.ca.
If you have any questions, contact the Pest Management Information Service.
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