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Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-42, Picoxystrobin

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/picoxystrobin/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 .... The evaluation of this picoxystrobin application indicated that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-14, Iprodione

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/iprodione/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... of products containing iprodione for sale and use in Canada. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada or allowing for continued registration, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according to label directions and that such residues will not be a concern to human health

Consultation on the Special Review of Thiamethoxam Risk to Aquatic Invertebrates: Proposed Decision for Consultation, Proposed Special Review Decision PSRD2018-02

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-special-review-decision/2018/thiamethoxam-risk-aquatic-invertebrates.html

Sep 10, 2019 ..., and preferred language for the webinar to: hc.pmra.webinar-webinaire.arla.sc@canada.ca Health Canada is consulting Canadians over the next 90 days on its proposed special review decision of the neonicotinoid pesticide thiamethoxam following a risk assessment to aquatic invertebrates when thiamethoxam products are applied as seed, foliar or soil treatment. Based

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-25, Rimsulfuron

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/rimsulfuron/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... of this rimsulfuron application indicated that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according to label directions

Proposed Registration Decision PRD2019-05, 1-Octanol and 1,4Zap

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-registration-decisions/2019/1-octanol-1-4zap/document.html

Sep 10, 2019 ... and policies. These methods consider the unique characteristics of sensitive subpopulations in humans (for example, children) as well as organisms in the environment. These methods and policies also consider the nature of the effects observed and the uncertainties when predicting the impact of pesticides. For more information, please refer to the following: Protecting

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-58, Spiromesifen

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/spiromesifen/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 .... The evaluation of these spiromesifen applications indicated that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-32, Difenoconazole

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/difenoconazole/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... 32015. The evaluation of this difenoconazole application indicated that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-33, Indaziflam

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/indaziflam/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... Control Products Act Registration Numbers 30451, 30221 and 30220, respectively. The evaluation of these indaziflam applications indicated that the end-use products have value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-21, Mandipropamid

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/mandipropamid/document.html

Sep 9, 2019 ... that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according to label directions and that such residues

Proposed Maximum Residue Limit PMRL2018-23, Trifloxystrobin

https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/consumer-product-safety/pesticides-pest-management/public/consultations/proposed-maximum-residue-limit/2018/trifloxystrobin/document.html

Sep 10, 2019 ... of this trifloxystrobin application indicated that the end-use product has value and the human health and environmental risks associated with the new uses are acceptable. Before registering a pesticide for food use in Canada, the PMRA must determine the quantity of residues that are likely to remain in or on the food when the pesticide is used according to label directions

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