Canada plans to revise the maximum residue limits of four pesticides including difenoconazole in some foods
By: Date: 2021-02-18 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
Food Partner Network News On February 9, 2021 and February 11, 2021, Health Canada issued notices PMRL2021-01, PMRL2021-02, PMRL2021-03 and PMRL2021-04 on pest management The bureau intends to revise the maximum residue limits of Difenoconazole, Flupyradifurone, Propiconazole and Dimethoate in some foods. The specific contents to be revised are as follows:

Pesticides

Food

The maximum limit (ppm) to be revised

Difenoconazole

Beet head, turnip head

8.0

Root vegetables (crop subgroup 1A)

0.6

Floxifurone

Lettuce, leaves and stems of fresh Florentine fennel

9.0

Tropical and subtropical palm fruits with edible skins (crop subgroup 23C)

8.0

Corm cabbage

6.0

Sesame seeds

3.0

Sunflower (crop subgroup 20B) (revised), Texas prickly pear pad

0.70

Pineapple

0.30

Stem vegetables (crop subgroup 22A) (lettuce

, the leaves and stems of fresh Florentine fennel, cabbage, prickly pear pad and Texas prickly pear pad are excluded)

0.01

Propiconazole

Wheat

0.01

Dimethoate

lettuce

2.0

Apple

Revoke 2.0 MRL

Cabbage

Revoke 2.0 MRL

Head lettuce

Revoke 2.0 MRL

Spinach

Revoke 2.0 MRL

   It is understood that the comment period for the manuscripts for difenoconazole and fluopiramide is from February 9, 2021 to April 25, 2021, and the comment period for the manuscripts for propiconazole and dimethoate is 2021 From February 11 to April 27, 2021.
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