Re-evaluation Decision RVD2019-03, Fluroxypyr (present as ester) and Its Associated End-use Products

Pest Management Regulatory Agency
8 March 2019
ISSN: 1925-0886 (PDF version)
Catalogue number: H113-9/2019-3E-PDF (PDF Version - 237 KB)

Re-evaluation Decision

Under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act, all registered pesticides must be regularly re-evaluated by Health Canada's Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) to ensure that they continue to meet current health and environmental safety standards and continue to have value. The re-evaluation considers data and information from pesticide manufacturers, published scientific reports, and other regulatory agencies. The PMRA applies internationally accepted risk assessment methods as well as current risk management approaches and policies.

Fluroxypyr is a post-emergent herbicide that offers control of annual broadleaved weeds in small grain cereals, rangeland, permanent pasture, industrial and other non-cropland areas. It is applied with both ground and aerial equipment. Currently registered products containing fluroxypyr are listed in Appendix I.

This document summarizes the final regulatory decisionFootnote 1 of fluroxypyr, and all pest control products containing fluroxypyr registered in Canada are subject to this final re-evaluation decision. Prior to finalizing this decision, Health Canada published the Proposed Re-evaluation Decision PRVD2017-11, Fluroxypyr (present as ester) and Its Associated End-use Products, for a 90-day consultationFootnote 2. One comment was received during the consultation process, and it was taken into consideration for this final regulatory decision. The comment did not result in changes to the proposed decision of fluroxypyr. Therefore, this final decision is consistent with the proposed re-evaluation decision stated in PRVD2017-11. Appendix II of this document summarizes the comment received during consultation period and provides the PMRA's response.

A reference list of all data used as the basis for the re-evaluation decision is included in Appendix IV.

Outcome of Science Evaluation

Health risks from the use of fluroxypyr and its associated end-use products have been shown to be acceptable for all uses, when used according to current label directions. The environmental risks associated with the use of fluroxypyr and its associated end-use products are considered to be acceptable when used according to the revised label directions (updated buffer zones). Fluroxypyr has value with respect to weed management program for cereal (wheat, barley, and oats) and seed production of forage grasses, and for the management of pasture, rangeland, and industrial non-crop areas.

Regulatory Decision for Fluroxypyr

Health Canada has completed the re-evaluation of fluroxypyr. Under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act, Health Canada has determined that continued registration of products containing fluroxypyr is considered to be acceptable. An evaluation of available scientific information found that uses of fluroxypyr products meet current standards for protection of human health and/or the environment when used according to the conditions of registration, which include the required label updates summarized below. Refer to Appendix III for details.
Human Health Label Updates

  • Updated restricted-entry interval; and
  • Updated label statements to minimize bystander exposure from spray drift.

Environmental Label Updates

  • Updated buffer zones;
  • Updated environmental hazard label statements; and
  • Updated storage label statements.

Next Steps

To comply with this decision, the required label updates must be implemented on all product labels sold by registrants no later than 24 months after the publication date of this decision document. Products containing fluroxypyr that are registered under the authority of the Pest Control Products Act are listed in Appendix I.

Other Information

Any person may file a notice of objectionFootnote 3 regarding this decision on fluroxypyr within 60 days from the date of publication of this re-evaluation decision. For more information regarding the basis for objecting (which must be based on scientific grounds), please refer to the Pesticides section of Canada.ca (Request a Reconsideration of Decision) or contact the PMRA's Pest Management Information Service.

Appendix I Registered Fluroxypyr Products as of October 2018
Registration Number Marketing Class Registrant Product Name Formulation Guarantee
24815 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g Footnote a.e./L
24834 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. ATTAIN A HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
25465 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PRESTIGE A Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
27246 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. TROPHY A EMULSIFIABLE CONCENTRATE HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
28537 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. BASELINE B HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29286 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. GF-184 HERBICIDE Suspension

Florasulam - 2.5 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 100 g a.e./L

29450 Commercial Syngenta Canada Inc. PULSAR HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 113.3 g a.e./L
Dicamba - 86.9 g/L

29462 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PRESTIGE XC A HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
29463 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE II HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
29557 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. RETAIN B HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29586 Commercial E.I. Du Pont Canada Company PERIMETER HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29670 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE GBX HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29730 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PERIMETER MEGA PRECISIONPAC HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29761 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. NUFARM TROPHY 600 A HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
29953 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STELLAR A HERBICIDE Suspension

Florasulam - 2.5 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 100 g a.e./L

29958 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. GBX HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
29965 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. TANDEM B HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
29973 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. ATTAIN XC A HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
30028 Commercial Nufarm Agriculture Inc. NUFARM FLUROXYPYR 180 HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
30077 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. OCTTAIN XL HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90 g a.e./L
(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 360 g/L

30094 Commercial E.I. Du Pont Canada Company PERIMETER II HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
30095 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PERIMETER MEGA XC PRECISIONPAC HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
30194 Commercial Nufarm Agriculture NUFARM FLUROXYPYR HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
30389 Commercial Arysta LifeScience North America FLUROXYPYR EC HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 348 g a.e./L
30391 Commercial Syngenta Canada AXIAL XTREME HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Pinoxaden - 50 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 87.5 g a.e./L

30456 Commercial Loveland Products Canada MOMENTUM Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90.0 g a.e./L
Clopyralid - 90.0 g/L

30580 Commercial Arysta LifeScience North America ARY 0548-019 HERBICIDE Suspension

Flucarbazone - 36.3 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 200 g a.e./L

30667 Commercial Arysta LifeScience North America FLUROXYPYR WDG HERBICIDE Wettable Granules Fluroxypyr - 27.8%
30690 Commercial Nufarm Agriculture Inc. ENFORCER D HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 80 g a.e./L
(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 240 g/L
Bromoxynil - 190 g/L

30691 Commercial Nufarm Agriculture Inc. ENFORCER M HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 200 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 80 g a.e./L
Bromoxynil - 200 g/L

30795 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. SIGHTLINE B HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
30815 Commercial Adama Agriculture Solutions Canada, LTD. FLUROXYPYR 180 EC Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 150 g a.e./L
31303 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PIXXARO A HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Halauxifen - 16.25 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 250 g a.e./L

31428 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. PRESTIGE XL HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 239.5 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 61.56 g a.e./L
Clopyralid - 42.72 g/L

31434 Commercial Nufarm Agriculture Inc. SIGNAL F HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 217 g a.e./L; CFP-112 g/L;
31626 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. SCUTTLE HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90 g a.e./L
(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 360 g/L

31646 Commercial Adama Agriculture Solutions Canada, LTD. OUTSHINE Suspension

Florasulam - 2.5 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 100 g a.e./L

31673 Commercial Syngenta Canada Inc. TRAXOS®TWO BROADLEAF COMPONENT Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90 g a.e./L
(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 360 g/L

31685 Commercial E.I. Du Pont Canada Company DUPONT TRAVALLAS HERBICIDE Suspension

Thifensulfuron-methyl - 30 g/L
Metsulfuron-methyl - 3.0 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 150 g a.e./L

31727 Commercial Loveland Products Canada, Inc. HAT TRICK HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 224 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 61 g a.e./L
Clopyralid - 61 g/L

32006 Commercial Bayer CropScience Inc. FX HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g a.e./L
32099 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STELLAR XL HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

(2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxy)acetic acid - 350 g/L
Florasulam - 2.5 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 100 g a.e./L

32143 Commercial E.I. Du Pont Canada Company DUPONT SENTRALLAS HERBICIDE Suspension

Thifensulfuron-methyl - 30 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 150 g a.e./L

32359 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. IMPEDE HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90 g a.e./L
Clopyralid - 90 g/L

32565 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE DRY HERBICIDE Wettable Granules Fluroxypyr - 35%
32845 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. RETAIN B 333 HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
32952 Commercial NewAgco, Inc. MPOWER FOXXY HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g/L
33028 Commercial Dow AgroSciences Inc. GF-3538 HERBICIDE Suspension

Fluroxypyr - 113.5 g a.e./L
Pyroxsulam - 12.8 g/L

33047 Commercial Parijat Industries India Pvt. Ltd IKWIN HERBICIDE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 180 g/L
29350 Manufacturing Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE Solid Fluroxypyr - 68%
30193 Manufacturing Nufarm Agriculture Inc. NUFARM FLUROXYPYR MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE Solid Fluroxypyr - 68%
31202 Manufacturing Dow AgroSciences Inc. GF-1203 MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE Emulsifiable Concentrate

Fluroxypyr - 90 g a.e./L
Clopyralid - 90 g/L

31933 Manufacturing E.I. Du Pont Canada Company DUPONT TRAVALLAS MUP Suspension

Thifensulfuron-methyl - 30 g/L
Metsulfuron-methyl - 3.0 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 150 g a.e./L

31991 Manufacturing Dow AgroSciences Inc. GF-1784 MANUFACTURING CONCENTRATE Emulsifiable Concentrate Fluroxypyr - 333 g a.e./L
32144 Manufacturing E.I. Du Pont Canada Company DUPONT SENTRALLAS MUP Suspension

Thifensulfuron-methyl - 30 g/L
Fluroxypyr - 150 g a.e./L

24814 Technical Dow AgroSciences Inc. STARANE F TECHNICAL HERBICIDE Solid Fluroxypyr - 68%
30335 Technical Agrogill Chemicals PTY LTD. FLUROXYPYR AGROGILL TECHNICAL GRADE ACTIVE INGREDIENT Solid Fluroxypyr - 68%
30507 Technical Adama Agriculture Solutions Canada, LTD. MANA FLUROXYPYR TECHNICAL Solid Fluroxypyr - 68.0%
30955Footnote * Technical Nufarm Agriculture Inc. NUFARM FLUROXYPYR-MEPTYL TECHNICAL Solid Fluroxypyr - 68%
32951 Technical NewAgco, Inc. NEWAGCO FLUROXYPYR TECHNICAL Solid Fluroxypyr - 68.5%
33046 Technical Parijat Industries India Pvt. Ltd PARIJAT FLUROXYPYR MEPTYL TECHNICAL Solid Fluroxypyr - 68.5%
Footnote *

IMEP (import for manufacture of exported product): To be used only in the manufacture (formulating, repackaging, repouring) of a pest control product solely for export from Canada. Not subject to re-evaluation.

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a.e. - acid equivalent

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Appendix II Comments and Responses

The PMRA received the following comment relating to the Proposed Re-evaluation Decision PRVD2017-11, Fluroxypyr (present as ester) and Its Associated End-use Products. The comment received is presented below, in conjunction with the PMRA response.

Comment Related to Restricted-Entry Interval (REI) Language

Comment

The comment supported the requirement of a 12-hour REI for crop uses and requested that the PMRA maintain the current REI of "Until sprays have dried" for all non-crop uses.

PMRA Response

The PMRA agrees with the comment and clarifies the REI requirement for crop (12-hour REI) and non-crop uses (until sprays have dried). The amended label statements are included in Appendix III.

Appendix III Revised Label Amendments for End-use Products Containing Fluroxypyr

The label amendments presented below do not include all label requirements for individual end-use products, such as first aid statements, disposal statements, precautionary statements, and supplementary protective equipment. Information on labels of currently registered products should not be removed unless it contradicts the label statements provided below.

I) Under PRECAUTIONS, the following statements must be included:

"For agricultural/crop scenarios: Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas during the restricted-entry interval (REI) of 12-hours. For non-crop areas: Do not enter or allow worker entry into treated areas until sprays have dried."

"DO not use in residential areas. Residential areas are defined as any use site where bystanders, including children, could be exposed during or after application. This includes homes, schools, parks, playgrounds, playing fields, public buildings, or any other area where the general public, including children, could be exposed."

"Apply only when the potential for drift to areas of human habitation or areas of human activity such as houses, cottages, schools and recreational areas is minimal. Take into consideration wind speed, wind direction, temperature inversions, application equipment and sprayer settings."

II) The following statements must be included in a section entitled ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS:

"TOXIC to non-target terrestrial plants and aquatic organisms. Observe buffer zones specified under DIRECTIONS FOR USE."

"To reduce runoff from treated areas into aquatic habitats avoid application to areas with a moderate to steep slope, compacted soil, or clay."

"Avoid application when heavy rain is forecast."

"Contamination of aquatic areas as a result of runoff may be reduced by including a vegetative strip between the treated area and the edge of the water body."

III) For products containing aromatic petroleum distillates, the following statement must be included in a section entitled ENVIRONMENTAL PRECAUTIONS:

"This product contains (an) active ingredient(s) and aromatic petroleum distillate(s) which are toxic to aquatic organisms."

IV) In a section entitled STORAGE, the following must be removed:

"Do not contaminate food, feedstuffs or domestic water supplies."

V) The following statement must be included in a section entitled STORAGE:

"To prevent contamination, store this product away from food or feed."

VI) The following statements must be included in a section entitled DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

"As this product is not registered for the control of pests in aquatic systems, DO NOT use to control aquatic pests."

"DO NOT contaminate irrigation or drinking water supplies or aquatic habitats by cleaning of equipment or disposal of wastes."

VII) The following buffer zone statements must be included on the label:

Buffer Zone Related Label Statements Required for End-Use Product ARY 0548-019 Herbicide (PCP# 30580):

Add to DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Field sprayer application: DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE S572.1) coarse classification. Boom height must be 60 cm or less above the crop or ground.

DO NOT apply by air.

Buffer zones:

Spot treatments using hand-held equipment DO NOT require a buffer zone.

The buffer zones specified in the table below are required between the point of direct application and the closest downwind edge of sensitive terrestrial habitats (such as grasslands, forested areas, shelter belts, woodlots, hedgerows, riparian areas and shrublands), sensitive freshwater habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs and wetlands) and estuarine/marine habitats.

Buffer zones Required:
Method of application Crop Buffer Zones (metres) Required for the Protection of:
Freshwater Habitat of Depths: Estuarine/Marine Habitats of Depths: Terrestrial habitat
Less than 1 m Greater than 1 m Less than 1 m Greater than 1 m
Field sprayer Spring wheat (including durum wheat) 1 0 1 1 3

For tank mixes, consult the labels of the tank-mix partners and observe the largest (most restrictive) buffer zone of the products involved in the tank mixture and apply using the coarsest spray (ASAE) category indicated on the labels for those tank mix partners.

The buffer zones for this product can be modified based on weather conditions and spray equipment configuration by accessing the Buffer Zone Calculator on the Pesticides portion of the Canada.ca website.

Buffer Zone Related Label Statements Required for Fluroxypyr End-Use Products Requiring Applications with Spray Droplets of ASAE Medium Classification:

Add to DIRECTIONS FOR USE:

Field sprayer application: DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE S572.1) medium classification. Boom height must be 60 cm or less above the crop or ground.
Aerial application: DO NOT apply during periods of dead calm. Avoid application of this product when winds are gusty. DO NOT apply when wind speed is greater than 16 km/h at flying height at the site of application. DO NOT apply with spray droplets smaller than the American Society of Agricultural Engineers (ASAE S572.1) medium classification. To reduce drift caused by turbulent wingtip vortices, the nozzle distribution along the spray boom length MUST NOT exceed 65% of the wing- or rotorspan.

Buffer zones:

Spot treatments using hand-held equipment DO NOT require a buffer zone.

For application to rights-of-way, buffer zones for protection of sensitive terrestrial habitats are not required; however, the best available application strategies that minimize off-site drift, including meteorological conditions (for example, wind direction, low wind speed) and spray equipment (for example, coarse droplet sizes, minimizing height above canopy), should be used. However, applicators must observe the specified buffer zones for protection of sensitive aquatic habitats.

The buffer zones specified in the table below are required between the point of direct application and the closest downwind edge of sensitive terrestrial habitats (such as grasslands, forested areas, shelter belts, woodlots, hedgerows, riparian areas and shrublands), sensitive freshwater habitats (such as lakes, rivers, sloughs, ponds, prairie potholes, creeks, marshes, streams, reservoirs and wetlands) and estuarine/marine habitats.

Buffer zones Required:
Method of application Crop Buffer Zones (metres) Required for the Protection of:
Freshwater Habitat of Depths: Estuarine/Marine Habitats of Depths: Terrestrial habitat
Less than 1 m Greater than 1 m Less than 1 m Greater than 1 m
Field sprayer Spring wheat, durum wheat, winter wheat, spring barley, oats, seedling and established fescue and forage grasses for seed, canary seed, foxtail millet, new & established grass pastures 1 0 1 1 3
Permanent pasture, rangeland, industrial areas, other non-crop areas 1 1 1 1 5Footnote *
Aerial Wheat, barley, oats Fixed wing 5 0 1 1 95
Rotary wing 3 0 1 1 80
Footnote 3

Buffer zones for the protection of terrestrial habitats are not required for use on rights-of-way including railroad ballast, rail and hydro rights-of-way, utility easements, roads, and training grounds and firing ranges on military bases.

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For tank mixes, consult the labels of the tank-mix partners and observe the largest (most restrictive) buffer zone of the products involved in the tank mixture and apply using the coarsest spray (ASAE) category indicated on the labels for those tank mix partners.

The buffer zones for this product can be modified based on weather conditions and spray equipment configuration by accessing the Buffer Zone Calculator on the Pesticides portion of the Canada.ca website.

Appendix IV References

I) Information Considered in the Re-evaluation not Submitted by the Registrants

Published Studies
PMRA Document Number Reference
2206864 PRD2012-18. Proposed Registration Decision: Fluroxypyr

II) Information Considered in the Re-evaluation Submitted by the Registrants

Published Studies
PMRA Document Number Reference
2119706 Tolerance of foxtail millet to combinations of bromoxynil, clopyralid, fluroxypyr, and MCPA. Authored by May et al., and published on the journal of Weed Technology, 2009 (23) 94-98. DACO 10.3.2.
Unpublished Studies
PMRA Document Number Reference
2259498 1996, Fluroxypyr 1-methylheptyl ester: the toxicity to Skeletonema costatum, DACO: 9.8.3
2259497 1996, Fluroxypyr 1-methylheptyl ester: acute toxicity to the sheepshead minnow, Cyprinodon variegatus, DACO: 9.5.2.4
2259496 1994, Fluroxypyr: acute toxicity to the silverside, Menidia beryllina, DACO: 9.5.2.4
2076326 2011, Starane II Field Trial Reports, DACO: 10.2.3.3,10.3.2
2078921 2011, Value Summaries - Starane II, Sub no. 2011-2831, aerial application, DACO: 10.1
2034332 2000, BAS 652 04 H - Acute oral toxicity in rats. Report EU-10A0475/991139,Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO: 4.6.1
2034333 2000. BAS 652 04 H - Acute dermal toxicity study in rats. Report EU-11A0475/991138, Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO: 4.6.2
2034334 2000. BAS 652 04 H - Acute inhalation toxicity study in Wistar rats, 4-hour liquid aerosol exposure. Report EU-13I0475/997015, Experimental Toxicology andEcology, BASF AG. EU-13I0475/997015. DACO: 4.6.3
2034335 2000. Amednment No. 1, BAS 65204 H - Acute eye irritation in rabbits. Project No.: 11H0475/992265, Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO: 4.6.4
2034336 2000. BAS 652 04 H - Acute eye irritation in rabbits. Report EU- 11H0475/992265, Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO: 4.6.4
2034337 2000. BAS 652 04 H - Acute Dermal Irritation/Corrosion in Rabbits. Report EU-18H0475/992263, Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO:4.6.5
2034338 2000. BAS 652 04 H - BUEHLER Test in Guinea Pigs. Report EU- 32H0475/992264, Experimental Toxicology and Ecology, BASF AG. DACO: 4.6.6
2288904 2012, LP6425 Field Trial Reports, DACO: 10.2.3.3.
2288880 2013, Product ID, LP6425 Herbicide, DACO: 3.1 CBI
2288881 2013, Formulation Process and Specificiations, GF-1681, DACO: 3.2.1,3.2.2,3.3.1 CBI
2288882 2006, Extension of Analytical Method EU-AM-97-005 for the Analysis of Fluroxypyr Meptyl, Clopyralid, and MCPA 2-Ethylhexyl Ester in Formulation GF-1681, DACO: 3.4.1 CBI
2288883 1997, Analytical Method for the analysis of Ariane Herbicide, DACO: 3.4.1 CBI
2288885 2013, Summary - Chemical and Physical Properties, DACO: 3.5 CBI
2288886 2006, Storage Stability and Package Corrosion Characteristics of GF-1681; Two Week Accelerated Study, DACO: 3.5 CBI
2288888 2006, Determination of Explosive Properties and Auto-Ignition Temperature for GF-1681, DACO: 3.5 CBI
2288889 2006, Oxidising properties of GF-1681, DACO: 3.5 CBI
2302225 2013, Physical and Chemical Properties, DACO: 3.5
2361663 2006, Product Chemistry Data for Colt + Sword, DACO: 3.0 CBI
2361664 2013, Description of the formulation process, DACO: 3.2.2 CBI
2361665 2013, Discussion of the formation of impurities of toxiclogical concern, DACO:3.2.3 CBI
2420669 2014, Storage Stability and Corrosion Characteristics, DACO: 3.5.10,3.5.14 CBI
1672801 2000, Magnitude of Residue of Fluroxypyr in Range and Pasture Grasses, DACO: 7.4.1
2119704 Prestige Herbicide Tank-mix (fluroxypyr + clopyralid + MCPA) for the control of broadleaf weeds and Canada thistle in foxtail millet for animal feed. DACO 10.3.2. pp. 5.
1920755 GF-184 Herbicide Pasture Biological Assessment Dossier, DACO 10.1
1960266 Additional information-Grass pasture, DACO 10.6
2046204 Composition Comparison of GF-184 and EF-1466, DACO 3.0
1672773 2000, Metabolism of Fluroxypyr in Onions (Rijnsburger Hyton), DACO: 6.3
1672776 1996, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Wheat Processed Fractions Amended Report, DACO: 7.2.1
1672778 1991, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Processed Fractions of Wheat, DACO: 7.2.1
1672779 1996, Validation Report for the Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr and Fluroxypyr 1-Methylheptyl Ester as the Acid Equivalent in the Grain, Forage, Straw, and Hay of Wheat, Barley, and Oats by Capillary Gas Chromatography with mass Selective Detection, DACO: 7.2.1,7.2.2
1672780 2000, Residues of Fluroxypyr and Fluroxypyr 1-Methylheptyl Ester as the Acid Equivalent in Grass Forage and Hay by Capillary Gas Chromatography with Mass Selective Detection, DACO: 7.2.1,7.2.2
1672782 1991, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Corn Forage, Grain and Fodder by Gas Chromatography/Mass Spectrometry, DACO: 7.2.1,7.2.2
1672783 2000, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr and Fluroxypyr 1-Methylheptyl Ester as the Acid Equivalent in Sorghum Grain, Forage, and Stover by Capillary Gas Chromatography with Mass Selective Detection, DACO: 7.2.1,7.2.2
1672785 1996, Independent Laboratory Validation of Method GRM 96.02- Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr and Fluroxypyr 1-Methylheptyl Ester as the Acid Equivalent in the Grain, Forage, Straw and Hay of Wheat, Barley and Oats by Capillary Gas Chromatography with Mass Selective Detection, DACO: 7.2.3
1672791 1990, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Wheat, Barley and Oat Grain and Straw, DACO: 7.4.1
1672792 1990, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Wheat, Barley and Oat Grain and Straw, DACO: 7.4.1
1672793 1996, The Magnitude of Residue of Fluroxypyr in Wheat Following Postemergence Application of XRM-5316 Amended Report, DACO: 7.4.1
1672794 1996, The Magnitude of Residue of Fluroxypyr in Oats Following Postemergence Application of XRM-5316 Amended Report, DACO: 7.4.1
1672795 1996, The Magnitude of Residue of Fluroxypyr in Barley Following Postemergence Application of XRM-5316 Amended Report, DACO: 7.4.1
1672797 2007, Residues of Fluroxypyr in Sweet Corn, DACO: 7.4.1
1672798 2000, Magnitude of Residue of Fluroxypyr in Sorghum Forage, Grain and Fodder After Use of Fluroxypyr Methylheptyl Ester Herbicide, DACO: 7.4.1,7.4.6
1672802 2006, Fluroxypyr: Magnitude of the Residue on Pear, DACO: 7.4.1
1672803 2003, Fluroxypyr: Magnitude of the Residue on Onion (Dry Bulb), DACO: 7.4.1
1672804 2006, Fluroxypyr: Magnitude of the Residue on Apple, DACO: 7.4.1
1672806 1981, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Wheat Grain and Straw- A Bridging Study, DACO: 7.4.1
1672807 1981, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Wheat Grain and Straw- A Bridging Study, DACO: 7.4.1
1672808 1999, Determination of Residues of Fluroxypyr in Sweet Corn Ears, Forage, and Processed Fractions, DACO: 7.4.1,7.4.5,7.4.6
1672809 1999, Magnitude of the Residue of Fluroxypyr in Field Corn and Corn Processed Products, DACO: 7.4.1,7.4.5
1166924 Frozen Storage Stability of Fluroxypyr in Winter Wheat Immature Plant, Grain and Straw. (GHE-P-4830;ST94-17;B2A;CEMS-311;CEMR-311;ST94-017).(STARANE F HERBICIDE), DACO: 7.3
2418223 2014, AQUATIC VASCULAR PLANTS, DACO 9.8.5
2648532 2013, Fluroxypyr-meptyl- Growth Inhibition of Myriophyllim spicatum in a Water/Sediment System, DACO 9.8.5
2418241 2014, AQUATIC VASCULAR PLANTS, DACO 9.8.5
2648536 2012, Fluroxypyrl- Growth Inhibition of Myriophyllim spicatum in a Water/Sediment System, DACO 9.8.5
1359526 Chemical and Physical Properties of Technical Pesticide Material, DACO: 2.14.1,2.14.11,2.14.13,2.14.2,2.14.3,2.14.4,2.14.5,2.14.8,2.14.9
1359598 1984, Report of the Odour and Taint Potential of Fluroxypyr Acid and 1-methyl heptyl Ester and Haloxyfop Acid and Ethoxy Ethyl Ester, DACO: 2.14.3
1359594 Technical Chemistry file FLR-DOW-1, DACO: 2.99
1889185 2010, Fluroxypyr Meptyl Physical Chemical tests, DACO: 2.14.1,2.14.10, 2.14.11, 2.14.12,2.14.13,2.14.2,2.14.3,2.14.4,2.14.5,2.14.6,2.14.7,2.14.8,2.14.9 CBI
1967929 2007, Validation of Anaytical Method M616 for Technical Fluroxypyr Meptyl, DACO: 2.14.12 CBI
1969080 2009, Physical State, Colour and Odour of Fluroxypyr Meptyl Technical, DACO: 2.14.1,2.14.2,2.14.
1969091 Anonymous, 1999, EC-Review report for the active substance fluroxypyr, DACO: 2.14.10,2.14.11,2.14.4,2.14.5,2.14.7,2.14.8,2.14.9
1969086 2009, Relative Density of Fluroxypyr Meptyl Technical, DACO: 2.14.6
1969089 2009, Solubility of Fluroxypyr Meptyl in Organic Solvents, DACO: 2.14.8
1969082 2009, Partition Coefficient of Fluroxypyr Meptyl tech. (CBI Removed), DACO: 2.14.11
1969084 2009, UV/VIS Absorption Spectrum of Fluroxypyr Meptyl tech, DACO: 2.14.12
1809391 DACO: 2.0_DOC
1658169 2008, FOR-08-37 Starane F Fluroxypyr [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.0 CBI
1836483 2009, Cover Letter, Starane F response, 2008-4564, DACO: 0.8
1868576 2010, Detailed response, Starane F Technical Herbicide, Reg. 24814, Clarification response for 2008-4564, DACO: 2.11.3,2.13.1 CBI
1868579 2009, Group A-Product Identity and Composition, Description of Materials Used to Produce the Product, Description of Production Process, Discussion of Formulation [CBI Removed], Preliminary Analysis, Certified Limits, and Enforcement Analytical Method for Starane F, DACO: 2.13.3 CBI
841463 DACO: 2_0
1889161 DACO 2.11.2 Description of starting materials, DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
1889173 2.11.3 Detailed Production Process, DACO: 2.11.3 CBI
1979337 DACO 2.11.3 Revised Production Process STEP D.pdf, DACO: 2.11.3 CBI
1969063 2008, Fluroxypyr-meptyl Manufacturing Process, DACO: 2.11.1,2.11.3,2.11.4 CBI
1969070 2010, Chemistry-2.11.2-Fluroxypyr TGAI-Starting Materials, DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
1969065 2010, Discussion on [CBI Removed] DACO: 2.11.4 CBI
1969068 2010, Fluroxypyr Meptyl Tech Consideration [CBI Removed]
2036307 2011, Spec for [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
2036309 2011, Spec-[CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
2036310 2011, Spec-[CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
2036311 2011, [CBI Removed] production, DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
2036312 2011, [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.2 CBI
2036313 2011, [CBI Removed], DACO: 0.9.2
2036314 2011[CBI Removed] production, DACO: 0.9.2
2036315 2011, Spec-[CBI Removed], DACO: 0.9.2
2036316 2011, Spec-[CBI Removed] source, DACO: 0.9.2
2036318 2011, Spec-[CBI Removed] source, DACO: 0.9.2
1359731 5 Batch Characterization of Starane F Herbicide, [CBI Removed]@ in Part 2 Chemistry dated 1996/05/07, [CBI Removed], vol. # 36, page 5
1359733 Confirmation of Identity and Quantitation of [CBI Removed] in Starane F Herbicide, [CBI Removed] in Part 2 Chemistry dated 1996/05/07, [CBI Removed], vol. # 36, page 7
1658166 2006, 5 Batch Report FOR-05-061 Starane F [CBI Removed], DACO 2.0 CBI
1658167 2008, 5 Batch Report FOR-08-37 Starane F [CBI Removed] DACO: 2.0 CBI
1658169 2008, FOR-08-37 Starane F Fluroxypyr [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.0 CBI
1868579 2009, Group A-Product Identity and Composition, Description of Materials Used to Produce the Product, Description of Production Process, Discussion of [CBI Removed], Preliminary Analysis, Certified Limits, and Enforcement Analytical Method for Starane F, DACO: 2.13.3 CBI
1889184 2009, Analysis of 5 Batches of Technical Fluroxypyr Meptyl, DACO: 2.13.3 CBI
1967928 Manufacturing dates for the 5Batches used in the Batch analysis, DACO: 2.13.3
1969072 2008, Fluroxypyr Technical 5-Lots Analysis and Method Validation, DACO: 2.13.1,2.13.2,2.13.3 CBI
1969074 2008, Fluroxypyr Technical 5-Lots Analysis and Method Validation, DACO: 2.13.1,2.13.2,2.13.3 CBI
1969076 2008, Date of production of batches [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.13.3 CBI
1969078 2009, Date of production of batches [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.13.3 CBI
1359741 Technical Chemistry File FLR-[CBI Removed], DACO: 2.99
1359594 Technical Chemistry file FLR-[CBI Removed], DACO: 2.99
1359542 1986, Letter from [CBI Removed] re: Starane Herbicidal Products/[CBI Removed], DACO: 2.13.
2680118 2016, Scientific Rationale - Starane F Technical - Fluroxypyr Re-eval 14-5438, DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2634790 2016, [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2765289 DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2765290 DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
1889174 2.11.4 Discussion [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.4 CBI
1969065 2010, Discussion [CBI Removed]., DACO: 2.11.4 CBI
1969068 2010, Fluroxypyr Meptyl Tech Consideration [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.11.4 CBI
2634790 2016, [CBI Removed], DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2774747 DACO: Data_Call-in_Letter_to_Registrant_Sec19(1)_Notice_Signed
2778823 Data analysis
2930965 2018, Impurities Of Toxicological Concern, DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2930966 2018, Impurities Of Toxicological Concern, DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2926610 2018, Impurities Of Toxicological Concern, DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
2926611 2018, Impurities Of Toxicological Concern, DACO: 2.13.4 CBI
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