Draft for MRL of Avermectins

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Posted on: 10 Nov 2012

People’s Republic of China issued a notice in its website, announcing the National Standard of Maximum Residue Limits of Avermectins and 63 Other Kinds of Pesticides in Food

THIS REPORT CONTAINS ASSESSMENTS OF COMMODITY AND TRADE ISSUES MADE BY USDA STAFF AND NOT NECESSARILY STATEMENTS OF OFFICIAL U.S. GOVERNMENT POLICY Voluntary Public - Date: 9/4/2012 GAIN Report Number: 12053 China - Peoples Republic of Post: Beijing Draft for MRL of Avermectins and 63 other Kinds of Pesticides Report Categories: Food and Agricultural Import Regulations and Standards - Certification Approved By: Scott Sindelar Prepared By: M. Meador Report Highlights: On August 15, 2012, Ministry of Agriculture of the People’s Republic of China issued a notice in its website, announcing the National Standard of Maximum Residue Limits of Avermectins and 63 Other Kinds of Pesticides in Food (Draft for Comments). The Standards provides main application, acceptable daily intake, residue definition and maximum residue limits of 64 pesticides in food. MOA will accept comments by September 15, 2012, after which, MOA is likely to notify the WTO of the Standards. The proposed date of entry is to be determined. This report is an INFORMAL translation of this document. General Information: BEGIN TRANSLATION Public Notice on Announcing and Soliciting Comments on Draft for Maximum Residue Limits of Avermectins and 63 other Kinds of Pesticides in Food Our Department formulated the “National Standard for Maximum Reside Limits of Avermectins and 63 Other Kinds of Pesticides in Food” (Draft for Public Comments) pursuant to the Food Safety Law and relevant regulations, and is now soliciting public comments,. Please return the comments to ICAMA (Institute for the Control of Pesticides, Ministry of Agriculture) by September 15, 2012. Contact: Shan Weili Tel: 010-59194253 Fax: 010-59194107 E-mail: nyclbz@agri.gov.cn Crop Management Department, Ministry of Agriculture, P. R. China Aug 15, 2012 Maximum Residue Limits of Avermectins and 63 Other Kinds of Pesticides in Food (Draft for Comments) I. Scope This standard stipulates 129 items of maximum residue limits of avermectins and 63 other pesticides in food. This standard applies to food or pesticides in connection with limitation. I. Normative reference The reference for this normative document is indispensable to the application hereof. For dated references the afterwards revision (not including corrigendum) or the revised edition are not applicable to this standard. For undated reference, the latest edition of this standard referred to (including all amendments) applies. I. Terminology and definition The following terminology and definition apply to this standard. 3.1 Residue definition It refers to any special substance produced in food, agricultural products and animal feed during the use of pesticides, including conversion products, reaction products, impurity and metabolite, and others that are considered as agrochemcial derivatives of toxicology significance. 3.2 Maximum residue limit (MRL) It refers to the maximum concentration of agrochemcials residue legally allowed to exist inside or on the surface of food or agricultural products, expressed by number of milligrams of agrochemcial residue per kilogram of food or agricultural products (mg/kg). 3.3 Extraneous maximum residue limits(EMRLs) Though being prohibited to apply, some agrochemcials with long-lasting residual capability might have polluted the environment and thus might have formed into extra residue in food. It is expressed by number of milligrams of agrochemcial residue per kilogram of food or agricultural products (mg/kg). 3.4 Acceptable daily intake (ADI) It means the estimated amount of some certain matter human beings everyday intake that don’t produce detectable detriments to the health. It is expressed by the amount of intakable matter per kilogram of weight (mg/kg bw). I. Technical requirements The maximum residue limit of each agrochemcial is stipulated as follows. Note for regulated limits: “*” means temporary limited amount. 4.1 Abamectin 4.1.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.1.2 ADI: 0.002 mg/kg bw. 4.1.3 Residue definition: Avermectins (sum of B1a and B1b). 4.1.4 Maximum residue limits: it shall accord with the specification in Table 1. Table 1 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Broccoli 0.5 Seasoning Black pepper 0.02 4.1.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables and seasoning refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 1973. 4.2 Picloram 4.2.1 Main Application: Weedicides 4.2.2 ADI: 0.3 mg/kg bw. 4.2.3 Residue definition: Picloram 4.2.4 Maximum residue limits: it shall accord with the specification in Table 2. Table 2 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Oilseeds Rape seed 0.1* 4.3 Diethyl aminoethyl hexanoate 4.3.1 Main Application: Plant Growth Regulator. 4.3.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.3.3 Residue definition: Diethyl aminoethyl hexanoate. 4.3.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 3. Table 3 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Chinese cabbage 0.5* Or d 5 * inary cabbag 0.0e Grain C * orn 0.2 4.4 Difenoconazole 4.4.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.4.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.4.3 Residue definition: Difenoconazole. 4.4.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 4. Table 4 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Cucumber 1 4.4.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19648. 4.5 Fenpropidin 4.5.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.5.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.5.3 Residue definition: Fenpropidin. 4.5.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 5. Table 5 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 1 4.5.5 Inspection method: The testing of Grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770. 4.6 Pyriproxyfen 4.6.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.6.2 ADI: 0.1 mg/kg bw. 4.6.3 Residue definition: Pyriproxyfen. 4.6.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 6. Table 6 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Tomato 1 4.6.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2623. 4.7 Imidacloprid 4.7.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.7.2 ADI: 0.06 mg/kg bw. 4.7.3 Residue definition: Imidaclopri. 4.7.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 7. Table 7 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Leek 0.1 Celery 5 Eggplant 1 Cucumber 1 fruits Pear 0.5 4.7.5 Inspection method: The testing of Vegetables and fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 23379. 4.8 Diflufenican 4.8.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.8.2 ADI: 0.2 mg/kg bw. 4.8.3 Residue definition: Diflufenican. 4.8.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 8. Table 8 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.05 4.8.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 0712. 4.9 Pymertrozine 4.9.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.9.2 ADI: 0.03 mg/kg bw. 4.9.3 Residue definition: Pymertrozine. 4.9.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 9. Table 9 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.2 Oilseeds Cottonseed 0.1 Vegetables Common head cabbage 0.2 4.9.5 Inspection method: The testing of brown rice refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770; The testing of oilseeds and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770. 4.10 Pyraclostrobin 4.10.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.10.2 ADI: 0.03 mg/kg bw. 4.10.3 Residue definition: Pyraclostrobin. 4.10.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 10. Table 10 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Oilseeds Peanut kernel 0.05 Fruits Litchi chinensis 0.05 Mango 0.05 4.10.5 Inspection method: The testing of oilseeds refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770; The testing of fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20769. 4.11 Pretilachlor 4.11.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.11.2 ADI: 0.018 mg/kg bw. 4.11.3 Residue definition: Pretilachlor. 4.11.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 11. Table 11 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.02 4.11.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 0712. 4.12 Albendazole 4.12.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.12.2 ADI: 0.05 mg/kg bw. 4.12.3 Residue definition: Albendazole. 4.12.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 12. Table 12 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.1* 4.13 Ooxadiargyl 4.13.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.13.2 ADI: 0.008 mg/kg bw. 4.13.3 Residue definition: Ooxadiargyl. 4.13.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 13. Table 13 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Potato 0.05* 4.14 Glufosinate-ammonium 4.14.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.14.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.14.3 Residue definition: Glufosinate-ammonium. 4.14.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 14. Table 14 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Citrus 0.5* 4.15 Chlorfenapyr 4.15.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.15.2 ADI: 0.003 mg/kg bw. 4.15.3 Residue definition: Chlorfenapyr. 4.15.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 15. Table 15 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Ordinary cabbage 10 4.15.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 1986. 4.16 Tebufenozide 4.16.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.16.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.16.3 Residue definition: Tebufenozide. 4.16.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 16. Table 16 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 2 Vegetables Chinese cabbage 0.5 Spinach 10 4.16.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20769. 4.17 Monosulfuron 4.17.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.17.2 ADI: 0.12 mg/kg bw. 4.17.3 Residue definition: Monosulfuron. 4.17.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 17. Table 17 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.05* 4.18 Trichlorfon 4.18.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.18.2 ADI: 0.002 mg/kg bw. 4.18.3 Residue definition: Trichlorfon. 4.18.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 18. Table 18 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Oilseeds Peanut kernel 0.1 4.18.5 Inspection method: The testing of oilseeds refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 0125. 4.19 Diquat 4.19.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.19.2 ADI: 0.005 mg/kg bw. 4.19.3 Residue definition: Diquat cation, by dibromo compound. 4.19.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 19. Table 19 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Apple 0.1 4.19.5 Inspection method: The testing of fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 5009.221. 4.20 Fenaminosulf 4.20.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.20.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.20.3 Residue definition: Fenaminosulf. 4.20.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 20. Table 20 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.5* Vegetables Cucumber 0.5* 4.21 Diafenthiuron 4.21.1 Main Application: Pesticides/Acaricide. 4.21.2 ADI: 0.003 mg/kg bw. 4.21.3 Residue definition: Diafenthiuron. 4.21.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 21. Table 21 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Ordinary cabbage 1* 4.22 Flufiprole 4.22.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.22.2 ADI: 0.008 mg/kg bw. 4.22.3 Residue definition: Flufiprole. 4.22.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 22. Table 22 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.02* Vegetables Common head cabbage 0.1* 4.23 SYP-3375 4.23.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.23.2 ADI: 0.45 mg/kg bw. 4.23.3 Residue definition: SYP-3375. 4.23.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 23. Table 23 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Apple 0.2* 4.24 Picoxystrobin 4.24.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.24.2 ADI: 0.043 mg/kg bw. 4.24.3 Residue definition: Picoxystrobin. 4.24.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 24. Table 24 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Watermelon 0.05 4.24.5 Inspection method: The testing of fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20769. 4.25 Chlorpyrifos 4.25.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.25.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.25.3 Residue definition: Chlorpyrifos. 4.25.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 25. Table 25 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Kidney bean 1 4.25.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in NY/T 761. 4.26 Pendimethalin 4.26.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.26.2 ADI: 0.03 mg/kg bw. 4.26.3 Residue definition: Pendimethalin. 4.26.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 26. Table 26 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.1 4.26.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19649. 4.27 Clopyralid 4.27.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.27.2 ADI: 0.15 mg/kg bw. 4.27.3 Residue definition: Clopyralid. 4.27.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 27. Table 27 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Corn 0.5 4.27.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in NY/T 1434. 4.28 Fluopicolide 4.28.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.28.2 ADI: 0.008 mg/kg bw. 4.28.3 Residue definition: Fluopicolide. 4.28.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 28. Table 28 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Watermelon 0.1* Vegetables Chinese cabbage 0.5* Cucumber 0.5* Tomato 0.1* Potato 0.1* Chillies 0.1* 4.29 Fipronil 4.29.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.29.2 ADI: 0.0002 mg/kg bw. 4.29.3 Residue definition: Fipronil. 4.29.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 29. Table 29 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Corn 0.01 Fresh Corn 0.01 Edible mushrooms Mushroom 0.5 4.29.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19649; The testing of edible mushrooms refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19648. 4.30 Flubendiamide 4.30.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.30.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.30.3 Residue definition: Flubendiamide. 4.30.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 30. Table 30 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.2 Vegetables Common head cabbage 0.2 4.30.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2581. 4.31 Sulfoxaflor 4.31.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.31.2 ADI: 0.05 mg/kg bw. 4.31.3 Residue definition: Sulfoxaflor. 4.31.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 31. Table 31 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 2* Oilseeds Cottonseed 0.4* Vegetables Cucumber 0.5* 4.32 Flonicamid 4.32.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.32.2 ADI: 0.025 mg/kg bw. 4.32.3 Residue definition: Flonicamid. 4.32.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 32. Table 32 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Cucumber 1 Po 0.2 tato Fruits A pp 1 le 4.32.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables and fruits and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2796. 4.33 Flusilazole 4.33.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.33.2 ADI: 0.007 mg/kg bw. 4.33.3 Residue definition: Flusilazole. 4.33.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 33. Table 33 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Tomato 0.2 4.33.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2236. 4.34 Hexaflumuron 4.34.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.34.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.34.3 Residue definition: Hexaflumuron. 4.34.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 34. Table 34 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Oilseeds Cottonseed 0.1 4.34.5 Inspection method: The testing of oilseeds and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19648 and NY/T 1720. 4.35 Cyproconazole 4.35.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.35.2 ADI: 0.02 mg/kg bw. 4.35.3 Residue definition: Cyproconazole. 4.35.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 35. Table 35 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.2 4.35.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770 and GB/T 19649. 4.36 Pyriftalid 4.36.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.36.2 ADI: 0.0056 mg/kg bw. 4.36.3 Residue definition: Pyriftalid. 4.36.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 36. Table 36 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.1 4.36.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20770 and GB/T 19649. 4.37 Sulcotrione 4.37.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.37.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.37.3 Residue definition: Sulcotrione. 4.37.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 37. Table 37 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Corn 0.05* 4.38 Hexaconazole 4.38.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.38.2 ADI: 0.005 mg/kg bw. 4.38.3 Residue definition: Hexaconazole. 4.38.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 38. Table 38 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.1 4.38.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19648-2006. 4.39 Carbaryl 4.39.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.39.2 ADI: 0.008 mg/kg bw. 4.39.3 Residue definition: Carbaryl. 4.39.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 39. Table 39 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Common head cabbage 2 Chinese cabbage 1 4.39.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20769. 4.40 Metalaxyl and metalaxyl-M 4.40.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.40.2 ADI: 0.08 mg/kg bw. 4.40.3 Residue definition: Metalaxyl. 4.40.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 40. Table 40 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Broccoli 2 Chillies 0.5 4.40.5 Inspection method: The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 20769. 4.41 Bifenox 4.41.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.41.2 ADI: 0.15 mg/kg bw. 4.41.3 Residue definition: Bifenox. 4.41.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 41. Table 41 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Oilseeds Soybean 0.05 Vegetables Vegetable soybean 0.1 4.41.5 Inspection method: The testing of oilseeds and vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 1737.2. 4.42 Myclobutanil 4.42.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.42.2 ADI: 0.03 mg/kg bw. 4.42.3 Residue definition: Myclobutanil. 4.42.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 42. Table 42 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.1 Fruits Citrus 5 Litchi chinensis 0.5 4.42.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2321 and SN/T 1624; The testing of fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in NY/T 1455. 4.43 Fenazaquin 4.43.1 Main Application: Pesticides/Acaricide. 4.43.2 ADI: 0.005 mg/kg bw. 4.43.3 Residue definition: Fenazaquin. 4.43.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 43. Table 43 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Beverages Tea 15 4.43.5 Inspection method: The testing of beverages refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 23204 and GB/T 23205. 4.44 Bifenazate 4.44.1 Main Application: Acaricide. 4.44.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.44.3 Residue definition: Bifenazate. 4.44.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 44. Table 44 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Mandarin 0.5 4.44.5 Inspection method: The testing of fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19648. 4.45 Bifenthrin 4.45.1 Main Application: Pesticides/Acaricide. 4.45.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.45.3 Residue definition: Bifenthrin. 4.45.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 45. Table 45 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.5 4.45.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in SN/T 2151. 4.46 Forchlorfenuron 4.46.1 Main Application: Plant Growth Regulator. 4.46.2 ADI: 0.05 mg/kg bw. 4.46.3 Residue definition: Forchlorfenuron. 4.46.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 46. Table 46 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Orange 0.1* Loquat 0.1* 4.47 Chlorantraniliprole 4.47.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.47.2 ADI: 2 mg/kg bw. 4.47.3 Residue definition: Chlorantraniliprole. 4.47.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 47. Table 47 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.5* Corn 0.05* Vegetables Common head cabbage 2* Broccoli 2* Fruits Apple 3* Sugar Sugarcane 0.05* 4.48 Lvdingjunzhi 4.48.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.48.2 ADI: 0.5 mg/kg bw. 4.48.3 Residue definition: Lvdingjunzhi. 4.48.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 48. Table 48 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 2* Wheat 0.5* Oilseeds Rape seed 0.5* 4.49 Fluroxypyr-meptyl 4.49.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.49.2 ADI: 0.8 mg/kg bw. 4.49.3 Residue definition: fluroxypyr-meptyl and its metabolites - fluroxypyr 4.49.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 49. Table 49 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Corn 0.1* 4.50 Chloropicrin 4.50.1 Main Application: Fumigant. 4.50.2 ADI: 0.001 mg/kg bw. 4.50.3 Residue definition: Chloropicrin. 4.50.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 50. Table 50 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Fruits Strawberry 0.05* Melon 0.05* Vegetables Ginger 0.05* Eggplant 0.05* 4.51 Imidaclothiz 4.51.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.51.2 ADI: 0.025 mg/kg bw. 4.51.3 Residue definition: Imidaclothiz. 4.51.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 51. Table 51 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Wheat 0.2* Brown rice 0.1* Fruits Citrus 0.2* Beverages Tea 3* 4.52 Spirotetramat 4.52.1 Main Application: Pesticides/Acaricide. 4.52.2 ADI: 0.5 mg/kg bw. 4.52.3 Residue definition: Spirotetramat and its enol metabolites, by spirotetramat. 4.52.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 52. Table 52 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Tomato 1.0* 4.53 Orthosulfamuron 4.53.1 Main Application: Herbicide. 4.53.2 ADI: 0.05 mg/kg bw. 4.53.3 Residue definition: Orthosulfamuron. 4.53.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 53. Table 53 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.05* 4.54 Ningnanmycin 4.54.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.54.2 ADI: 0.24 mg/kg bw. 4.54.3 Residue definition: Ningnanmycin. 4.54.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 54. Table 54 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.2* Fruits Apple 0.5* 4.55 Thifluzamide 4.55.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.55.2 ADI: 0.014 mg/kg bw. 4.55.3 Residue definition: Thifluzamide. 4.55.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 55. Table 55 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 5 Vegetables Potato 2 4.55.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19649; The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 19649. 4.56 Zinc-thiazole 4.56.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.56.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.56.3 Residue definition: Zinc-thiazole. 4.56.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 56. Table 56 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.5* Fruits Citrus 0.5* 4.57 Iminoctadine tris(albesilate) 4.57.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.57.2 ADI: 0.009 mg/kg bw. 4.57.3 Residue definition: Iminoctadine amine. 4.57.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 57. Table 57 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Tomato 1* Asparagus 2* Fruits Citrus 3* Apple 2* 4.58 Mandipropamid 4.58.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.58.2 ADI: 0.2mg/kg bw. 4.58.3 Residue definition: Mandipropamid. 4.58.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 58. Table 58 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Chillies 1* Cucumber 0.2* Potato 0.05* Fruits Grape 2* Litchi chinensis 0.2* Watermelon 0.2* 4.59 Phoxim 4.59.1 Main Application: Pesticides. 4.59.2 ADI: 0.004 mg/kg bw. 4.59.3 Residue definition: Phoxim. 4.59.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 59. Table 59 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.05 Vegetables Vegetable soybean 0.05 Radish 0.05 Fruits Citrus 0.05 Pear 0.05 Litchi chinensis 0.05 4.59.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GB/T 5009.102; The testing of vegetables and fruits refers to the testing method stipulated in NY/T 761. 4.60 Bromothalonil 4.60.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.60.2 ADI: 0.001 mg/kg bw. 4.60.3 Residue definition: Bromothalonil. 4.60.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 60. Table 60 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Cucumber 0.5* 4.61 Ethylicin 4.61.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.61.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg bw. 4.61.3 Residue definition: Ethylicin. 4.61.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 61. Table 61 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.05* Vegetables Cucumber 0.1* Oilseeds Cottonseed 0.05* 4.62 Indoxacarb 4.62.1 Main Application: Pesticides 4.62.2 ADI: 0.01 mg/kg 4.62.3 Residue definition: Indoxacarb 4.62.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 62. Table 62 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Grain Brown rice 0.1 Vegetables Spinach 3 Broccoli 1 4.62.5 Inspection method: The testing of grain refers to the testing method stipulated in GBT 20770; The testing of vegetables refers to the testing method stipulated in GBT 20769. 4.63 Pyraoxystrobin 4.63.1 Main Application: bactericide. 4.63.2 ADI: 0.013 mg/kg bw. 4.63.3 Residue definition: Pyraoxystrobin. 4.63.4 Maximum residue limits: It shall accord with the specification in Table 63. Table 63 Food category/name Maximum residue limits (mg/kg) Vegetables Cucumber 1.0* END TRANSLATION
Posted: 10 November 2012

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