Draft on New MRLs for Pesticides in Agricultural Products

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Posted on: 13 May 2012

The amendments concern several issues, including new Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for pesticides and chemicals in external entities, including agricultural products.

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: 4/25/2012 GAIN Report Number: RS1227 Russian Federation Post: Moscow CU Draft on New MRLs for Pesticides in Agricultural Products Report Categories: Sanitary/Phytosanitary/Food Safety Approved By: Levin Flake Prepared By: Yelena Vassilieva, Marina Muran Report Highlights: On April 10, 2012 the Customs Union of the Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan and Russian Federation (CU) issued for public discussion the draft on Amendments to the Unified Sanitary- Epidemiological and Hygiene Requirements for Commodities Subject to Sanitary-Epidemiological Surveillance (Control). Part of the proposed amendments concern Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for pesticides and chemicals in external entities, including agricultural products. The proposed new edition of the MRLs for agricultural products is given in the report. This draft is open for public comment for 60 days from April 10th, 2012. General Information: On April 10, 2012, the Euro-Asian Economic Commission, which replaced the Customs Union Commission of the Republic of Belarus, Republic of Kazakhstan and Russian Federation [i] , issued for public discussion the draft on Amendments to the Unified Sanitary-Epidemiological and Hygiene Requirements for Commodities Subject to Sanitary-Epidemiological Surveillance (Control): http://tsouz.ru/db/techregulation/Documents/Решение%20САН%20требования.pdf . The amendments concern several issues, including new Maximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for pesticides and chemicals in external entities, including agricultural products. The current Customs Union MRLs for pesticides include a list of almost 490 chemicals (active substances) with specified maximum allowed levels in the human body, in soil, in reservoir water, in working air, in open air, and in products. FAS/Moscow reported on the MRLs for pesticides in Agricultural Products adopted by the CU decision 342 of August 18, 2010 in the GAIN Report RS1076 Customs Union Update on MRLs for Pesticides in Ag Products _ Moscow_Russian_Federation_12-22-2010.doc. The draft of new MRLs for pesticides in agricultural products is in the Annex below. (NOTE: in the Annex below the proposed amendments and/or additions, compared with what has been in force since August 2010, are marked in YELLOW; text IN RED with strike through means that this text is deleted or replaced in the proposed new draft.) Compared with the current regulations, the draft differs in the following areas: The draft includes 77 more chemical ingredients, taking the total number of chemical ingredients in the draft to 563 compared with 486 in the current legislation; For many agricultural plant products MRLs of pesticides are higher (more liberal) than in the current requirements; Agricultural products are divided by many subgroups, and for many chemical ingredients the requirements are determined for each small sub-group. For example, if in the current regulations the MRL for a certain ingredient is set for the whole group of berries, in the proposed draft the MRLs are set for each separate berry; The draft includes MRLs for many pesticides in animal products, such as meat of cattle, goat, pig, sheep, poultry, milk and offal of these animals. In the current legislation only a few MRLs are given for animal products, and the animal products are not divided by specific types. There is a 60-day public comment period, starting April 10, 2012. Interested U.S. parties are encouraged to share their comments and concerns with USDA. [i] For more information on the status of the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), and its functions as a successor of the Custom Union Commission see GAIN RS1212 Customs Union Ag Times No. 1_Moscow_Russian Federation_21.02.2012.doc Annex: NOTE: The Table below is an extract from the draft Hygiene Norms of for Chemicals and Pesticides in External Entities, in Agricultural Raw Material and in Food Products and shows only names of chemicals and MRLs in agricultural and food products. Please note that this table is an unofficial translation, and for more detail refer to the document itself: http://tsouz.ru/db/techregulation/Documents/Решение%20САН%20требования.pdf. Abbreviations and symbols used in the table: MPL – maximum permissible level; TMPL - Temporary maximum permissible level marked with asterisk (*); MPL for imported production is marked with two asterisks (**); TMPL for imported products is marked with two asterisks (**); NR - substance not rated in the given media; RNR - substance not required in the given media; CATTLE - cattle Table 1. MRL/TMPL in Agricultural Products (mg/kg) NO Name of active ingredient MPL/TMPL in product (mg/kg) (Column 2) (Column 8) 1 β -digidroheptachlore Potatoes, cottonseed (oil), grapes- 0.15; sugar beet, vegetables (except potatoes) - 0.2; blue poppy -0.15* 2 (indolyl -3) acetic acid RNR 3 (chloride-N, N- dimethyl -N-)-(2- Cereal grain, fruits (pomaceous fruits), chloroethyl) hydrozinia potatoes - NR 4 0-(2, 4- dichloro phenol)-S- propyl - О- Fruits (pomaceous fruits, stone fruits), citrus ethylphosfate fruits (pulp), cabbage, potatoes, meat - 0.01; grapes, berries -0.01*; cottonseed (oil) – 0.02*; sunflower (seeds) – 0. 1 *; sugar beet - 0.02 5 0-(4- tret-butyl -2-chlorophenyl) -0- Meat, meat products - 0.3 methyl -N- methyl- amidophosphate 6 0-methyl-0-(2, 4, 5- trichlorophenil) -0- Cucumbers, tomatoes, sugar beet, cabbage, ethyltiophosphate fruits (pomaceous fruits, stone fruits), grapes, mushrooms -1.0; tobacco - 0.7; citrus fruits (pulp)- 0.3*; tea - 0.5; cottonseed (oil) -0. 1 7 0-ethyl-0- phenyl-S- propilthiophosfate All food products –NR 8 0,0-Dimethyl-0-(4-methylthio-3- NR мmethyl-phenil) thiophosphate 9 1,1-di-(4-chlore- phenil) - 2,2,2- Grain of cereals – 0.1*, meat of mammals, trichloroethane (DDT) except sea animals – 5.0, poultry meat (fresh, cooled and frozen) -0.3;eggs – 0.1; milk – 0.02*, carrots – 0.2*, **, byproducts (liver, kidneys), sausages, cookery, canned meat and poultry – as per raw material (in terms of fat); eggs, flax (seeds), rape (seeds), mustard, vegetables, melons, mushrooms, potatoes, fruits, berries, grapes, vegetable oil, deodorized, of best purification, gelatin - 0,1; milk and cultured milk products, legumes, soya(beans) - 0,05; milk processing products (cheeses, curd products, butter, cream, sour cream), concentrates of milk, whey proteins, dry milk and milk products (in terms of fat), animal fat - 1.0; freshwater fish (fresh, cooled, frozen)-0.3; sea tuna fish, (fresh, cooled, frozen), meat of sea animals, non-deodorized vegetable oil, fish fat - 0.2; fish: salty, smoked, sun-cared - 0.4; fish cans (freshwater, seawater, tuna fishes, meat of sea animals) – as to raw material; liver of fishes and products made of it - 3.0; caviar, sturgeons, salmons, fat herring - 2.0; cereal grain, corn - 0.02; flour confectionery – 0.02; starch and syrup made of corn-0.05; starch and syrup made of potatoes- 0.1; flour, cereals - as per; seeds of sunflower, peanut, nuts, cocoa (beans), cocoa-products - 0,15; fruit and vegetables cans- as per raw material; juices - as per raw material; honey - 0.005; tobacco -0.7; protein products made of seeds of cereals, leguminous plants etc., - 0.01; Baby products: adapted milk mixes (for children 0—3 months)-0.01; products for children 4-12 months: milk – 0.01, cottage cheese 18% - 0.06, meat, cereals -0.01; vegetables, potatoes, fruits - 0.005; butter - 0.2; vegetable oil - 0.1 10 1,1-dioxotiolanin-3- three ethylene salt of NR dithiocarbarnic acid 11 1- (2-chloreetoxicarbonilmethyl)- Potatoes-NR calcium naphthalene sulfoacids 12 [1-(4-nitrophenyl) -2- amino -1,3- Tomatoes – NR propandiol] nitrate 13 2, 3, 6-ТВА Wheat -0.05* 14 2, 4-D acid cereal grain – 2.0, millet, corn (grain) - 0.05; 15 2, 4-D butyl ether sorghum – 0.01*,**; corn (oil)-0.1; milk-0.01* 16 2, 4-D low-volatile esters +2,4D 2- 0.04; butter-0.1; flour, grits – as per raw ethylhexyl ester material*; fresh water fish -0.01*; citrus fruits 17 2, 4-D octyl ester -1.0**; berries and other small fruits, milled rice – 0.1 *, **; mammals’ sub-products – 5.0*,**; eggs, seed type fruits, soya (beans) – 0.01* **; meat - 0.08 of mammals, except sea animals, potato tree nuts – 0.2*, **; poultry meat and sub-products, stone type fruits, sugar cane, corn sweet, table (boiled in cobs) – 0.05*, ** 18 2, 4-DВ Cereal grain – NR 19 2- amino -6- dimethylamino -4-chloride- NR 1 ,3,5- triazine (metabolite and preproduct of gramex synthesis) 20 2-carbometoxi-amino-qunazalon NR 21 2-methyl-4-dimethylaminomethyl- Corn, cucumbers –NR benzimidazole -5-ole dihydroроchloride 22 2-methyl-4-oxo-3-(prop-2-enyl)-2- NR cyclopenten-2- en-1-il-2,2-dimethyl-3-(2- methyl- prop -1-enyl- cyclopropancarbonat 23 2-oxo-2,5-dihydrofueran Cereal grain, corn (grain), rice -0,2; cucumbers, cabbage-NR 24 2-phenylphenol Citrus fruits – 10.0 *,**; dried soft part of citrus fruits – 60.0*,**; orange juice – 0.5*,**; seed type fruits – 20.0 *,** 25 2-chloreathylphosphon acid Potatoes-NR benzimidazol sault 26 2-(diphenylacetyl)1Н-inden-1,3-2Н- dion NR 27 2-[4-(1-methylethyl) phenyl NR phenylacetyl]-1Н-indan-1,3 dion 28 2-[(4-chlorophenil) phenilacetil]-1Н- NR inden-1,3 (2Н) -dion 29 3,3-dichlore-tri-cyclo-(2,2,1)-hepta-5-еn- NR 2-spiro-[2'-(4',5-dichlore-4'-cyclopenten- 1',3'-dion] 30 5-ethyl-5-hydroximethyl-2-(phuril-2)- Cereal grain - 0,1; pepper, tomatoes-0.05 1,3- dioxane 31 5,6,7- trichloro -3- benzothiadiazine - Sugar beet -0.04 oxide -1 32 6-methyl-2- thiouracil sodium salt Panicum, oats – NR 33 Bacillus thuringiensis , var. dendrolimus RNR (sporo – crystalline complex and ectotoxin 34 Bacillus thuringiensis, var. insektus RNR (sporo – crystalline сomplex and ectotoxin) 35 Bacillus thuringiensis, var. kurstaki (sporo –- RNR crystalline complex) 36 Bacillus thuringiensis, var. tenebrionis (sporo –- RNR crystalline complex and ectotoxin 37 Bacillus thuringiensis, var. thuringiensis (sporo – RNR - crystalline complex) 38 Bacillus thuringiensis, var. thuringiensis (sporo –- RNR crystalline complex and ectotoxin 39 Beaveria bassiana (conidia) RNR 40 ЕРТС Corn (grain), vegetable oil, sugar beet-0.05 41 МСРА Pea, millet, rice, potatoes, sunflower (oil), cereal grain-0.05, beans-0.1 42 МСРB Cereal grain, legumes-0.1 43 N-hexyloxymethylazepin NR 44 NN-β- oxyethyl (morpholiny chloride) Cottonseed (oil), buckwheat - NR 45 N,N - dimethyl - N '-(3-chlorephenil) Cucumbers- 1.0 guanidine 46 N- β - methoxy -ethylchloraceto-0- Cottonseed (oil) -0.25; corn -0.5* toluide 47 N- β -etoxiethylchloreacetamid NR 48 N-(isopropoxi -carbonil-0-(4- All food products – NR chlorophenilcarbamoilа)- ethanolamine 49 N-(4-chlorophenyl) -4, 6-dimethyl-3- Cottonseed (oil) –NR carboxipiri-din-2-on 50 N-methyl-0-tolilcarbamat Milk, milk products, eggs - NR 51 -2, 6-lutidine M- oxide Tomatoes, cucumbers -0.04; 52 S-methyl-N-methyl- carbomoil) NR oxitiaceti-midat 53 Pseudomonas syringae (bacteriophage) RNR 54 Verticillium lecanii (conidin) RNR 55 Abamectin Hops (dry) – 0.1*,**’ nuts (almonds, walnut) – 0.01*,**; almonds (in shell) – 0.1*,**; pomaceous fruits, tomatoes – 0.02; citrus fruits – 0.01*,**; cucumbers-0.01; leaf lettuce – 0.05*,**, cottonseed (seeds) – 0.01*,**, melons, water melons, pumpkins – 0.01*,**, pepper Chile (dry) – 0.2*,**, strawberry, sweet pepper (including pod pepper) – 0.02*,**, sub- products (goat), fat, liver (C, goats) – 0.01*,**; eggplants – 0.01; grapes – 0.01 tomatoes, pepper, eggplants, grapes - 0.003 56 Aversectin С Cucumbers, tomatoes, potatoes, fruits (pomaceous fruits), currant -0.005; meat-0.004; offal-0.01; fat-0.024; milk-0.001 57 Azimsulfuron Rice-0.02 58 Azinphos-methyl Nuts: pecan, walnuts – 0.3*,**, almonds – 0.05*,**; almonds in shell – 5,0*,**; pomaceous fruits: apples – 0.05*,**, pears – 2.0*,**; stone type fruits (except prunes)- 2.0*,**; berries: blueberry – 5.0*,**, cranberry – 0.1*,**; broccoli, fruits (except listed above) , sweet pepper, tomatoes – 1.0*,**; cottonseed (seeds), melons, water-melons, sugar cane – 2.0*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 10.0*,**; potatoes, soya (dry beans) – 0.05*,**; vegetables (except listed above) – 0.5*,** 59 Aziprotrin Vegetables (except potatoes) - 0.2 60 Azoxistrobin Artichoke, cabbage (all types), celery, rice, berries and other small fruits (except cranberry, grapes and strawberry) – 5.0*,**; asparagus, tree nuts (except pistachios) – 0.01*,**; pistachios – 1.0*,**; almonds in shell – 7.0*,**; bananas – stone type fruits – 2.0*,** - grapes – 0.2, cereal grain: barley, oats – 0.5, wheat, rye, triticale – 0.3; soya (beans), sunflowerseed (seeds), cranberry – 0.5*,**; vegetables with bulbs fit for human consumption (except onion), strawberry – 10.0*,**; onion – 10.0; citrus fruits – 15.0*,**; cottonseed (seeds), mango – 0.7*,**; fruit- bearing vegetables (except tomatoes, pumpkins, cucumbers), legumes, lettuce (leaf and loaf) – 3.0*,**; tomatoes, cucumbers – 0.3*,** - 2.0;; pumpkin, vegetables with edible roots – 1.0*,**; potatoes – 0.05; hops (dry), pepper Chili (dry) – 30.0*,**; corn (grain) – 0.02*,**; corn (oil) – 1.0*,**, papaya, chicory - 0.3*,**; peanuts – 0.2*,**; milk, eggs, poultry meat, offal (poultry) – 0.01*,**; meat of mammal animals (except sea animals) – 0.05*,**; milk fat – 0.03*,**; offal of mammal animals – 0.7*,** onion – 0.05, , cucumbers – 0.2 61 Azocyclotin Pomaceous fruits – 0.2*,**, currant (red, white, black) – 0.1*,**, grapes – 0.3*,**; oranges (including hybrids) – 0.2*,** 62 Acvo-N-oxi-2-methylpiridin manganese Cereal grain - 0.08 (II) chloride 63 Akrinatrin Fruits (pomaceous fruits) - 0.03* 64 Acraldehyde RNR 65 Alachlor Soya (beans, oil), corn (grain) -0.02* 66 Aldrin and dueldrin Vegetables with edible bulbs (garlic, onion, etc.), citrus fruits, leaf vegetables (lettuce, spinach, parsley etc.), legumes (beans, peas), pomaceous fruits, pulses – 0.05*,**, cereal grain – 0.02*,**; pumpkin type, vegetables with edible roots – 0.1*,**, potato, beets – 0.1 -0.002; peas (juicy seeds) – 1.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), poultry meat – 0.2*,**; milk – 0.006*; eggs – 0.1*,**; cabbage-0.004; vine, products of vegetables processing-0.005; animal fat, milk, cream, curd-0.04; sugar-0.02 67 Aldicarb Soya (beans), cereal grain – 0.02*,**; beans, Brussels cabbage, coffee beans, cottonseed (seeds), onion, sorghum, sugar cane, sweet potato – 0.1*,**; citrus fruits, grapes – 0.2*,**; corn, sugar beet, sunflowerseed (seeds) – 0.05*,**; peanuts – 0.02*,**; vegetable oil for food consumption ( cottonseed, peanut) – 0.01*,**; pecan nut – 1.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.01*,**; milk – 0.01*,** 68 Alkyl - ether - sodium salt sulfate NR 69 Alloxidim natrium Sugar beet, red beet - 0.05 70 Alfa Cypermethrin (mixture of Grapes, fruits (stone fruits), red beets, Cypermethrin isomers) mustard, tomatoes, wild-growing mushrooms and berries – 0.005; pea-0.1; rapeseed (seeds, oil), cereal grains, potatoes, sugar beets, fruits (pomaceous fruits); corn (grains, oil)-0.05 71 Aluminum fosethyl Grapes - 0.8; cucumbers - 0.5; onion -0.01; dry hop - 1.0; tomatoes – 100.0; cucumbers – 75.0 72 Amidosulphuron Cereal grain -0.1 ; corn (grain, oil) -0.5 73 Free amino acids RNR 74 Aminopiralid Cereal grain (barley, wheat, oat), triticale- 0.1; offal of mammals – 0.05*,**; eggs – 0.01*,**; kidney of C, goats, sheep, pigs – 1.0*,**, meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.1*,**; milk – 0.02*,**; poultry meat and offal – 0.01*,**; wheat bran, not processed – 0.3*,** 75 Aminophumare acid dimethyl ester RNR 76 Amitraz Cucumbers, tomatoes, fruits (pomaceous and stone types) - 0.5; oranges – 0.5*,**; meat (, pigs, sheep) – 0.2*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; cottonseed (seeds) – 0.5*,** cottonseed (oil, non-refined) – 0.05 -0.01; honey, hop - 0.2 77 Amitrol Grape, fruits (pomaceous and stone type) – 0.05*,** 78 Arachidonic acid RNR 79 Atrazine Corn (grain) -0.03; meat, eggs -0.02;milk – 0.05 80 Acetoxime NR 81 Acetamipride Cereal grain, potatoes -0.5; cucumbers, tomatoes -0.3 82 Poliprenol acetates (made of needles of RNR Siberian fir) 83 Acetylenic alcohol RNR 84 Acetochlorine Soya (beans), sunflower (seeds), rape (grains, oil) -0.01; soya (oil) 0.04; sunflower (oil) - 0.02; corn (grains) 0.03 85 Acephate Artichoke – 0.3*,**; beans -5.0*,**, cabbage – 2.0*,**; cranberry – 0.5*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 50.0*,**; poultry: fat – 0.1*,**, meat – 0.01*,**, offal – 0.01*,**; mammals: meat – 0.05*,**, milk – 0.02*,**; eggs – 0.01*,**; soya (beans, dry) – 0.3*,**; tomato – 1.0 *,** 86 Acifluorfene Soya (beans , oil) -0.1 87 Anaerobic bacterias activated cultures RNR 88 Benalaxyl Grape, melon – 0.3*,**; lettuce (head) – 1.0*,**; onion, potato – 0.2*,**; tomato – 0.2*,**; water melon – 0.1*,** 89 Bendiocarb Sugar beet, corn (grain) -0.05* 90 Benzoyl formic acid sodium salt Cottonseed plant (oil), flax (seeds), cereal grain – 0.5 NR 91 Benzoilpropetil NR 92 Benzoic acid All plant products - NR 93 Benomyl Cereal grain, rice - 0.5; sugar beet-0.1; sunflower (seeds), potatoes-0.1*; grapes (berries, juice), soya (oil)-0.015; vegetables (except potatoes), fruits (pomaceous fruits, stone fruits)– 0.075; soya (beans) – 0.02 95 Bensulide NR 95 Bensultape Potatoes, hop, tomatoes, eggplants -0.04; cereal grain-0.05 96 Bensulphuron-methyl Rice - 0.02 97 Bentazone Cereal grain, rice, soya (beans, oil) - 0.1; sorghum, potato – 0.1*,**; beans (dry), peanut – 0.05*,**; bulb onion, flax (seeds) – 0.1*,**; green pea – 0.2*,**; corn (grain) – 0.2 0.1; peas (dry); eggs – 0.05*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk – 0.05*,**; dry hop - 1.0* 98 Beta-ciflutrine Fruits (pomaceous fruits), potatoes - 0.2; cabbage, cereal grain, rapeseed (grain, oil)-0.1; pea – 0.2*, sugar beet-0.5 99 Bixafen Cereal grain – 0.5 100 Binapacryl Fruits, citrus fruits – NR 101 Bioresmetrin Cereal grain (wheat), flour – 1.0*,**; bran (not processed) – 5.0 *,**; wheat sprouts – 3.0*,**; tomatoes, cucumbers - 0.4; pepper - 0.01*; fish-0.0015; currant – 0.02* 102 Bisphyribaс acid Rice -0.2* 103 Sodium bisphyribaс Rice-0.1 104 Bitertanol Fruits (stone type, except plums) – 1.0*,**; bananas, cucumbers – 0.5*,**; cereal grain, meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk, mammals’ offal – 0.05*,**; pamaceous fruits, plums, except prunes) – 2.0 *,**; eggs, poultry (meat, offal) – 0.01*,**; tomato – 3.0*,** 105 Bifenazate Cottonseed (seeds) – 0.3*,**; raisin, sweet pepper, fruits (stone type), strawberry – 2.0*,**; vegetables with fruits fit for human consumption, pumpkin type, tomato – 0.5*,**; grapes, pomaceous fruits – 0.7*,**; hop (dry) – 20.0*,**; pepper Chili – 3.0*,**; nuts – 0.2*,**; mammals’ meat (except sea mammals), milk fat – 0.05*,**; milk, poultry (meat, offal) – 0.01*,**; mint – 40.0*,**; eggs, offal (mammals) – 0.001*,**; almond in shell – 10.0*,** 106 Biphenthrin Cottonseed (oil) - 0.015; fruits (pomaceous fruits, except pears) -0.04; pear – 0.5; grapes - 0.2; tomatoes, cucumbers - 0.4; corn (grain) - 0.05 0.01; sugar beet – 0.05 0.1*; corn (oil), sunflower (seeds, oil)-0.02; cabbage-1.0; rapeseed (grain. oil)-0.1; grain cereals (stored) – 0.5; fat, meat C – 0.5*,**; kidney, liver, milk C – 0.05*,**; chicken eggs – 0.01*,**; poultry fat, meat, offal, lemon, orange, potato, grapefruit – 0.05*,**; hop (dry) – 10.0*,**; strawberry – 1.0*,**; wheat bran, non- processed – 2.0*,**; wheat flour – 0.2*,**; wholegrain wheat flour -0.5*,**: 107 Boskalide Pomaceous fruits – 2.0; vegetables with edible roots and tubers – 2.0*,**; bananas – 0.6*,**; cereal grain: barley, oat, wheat, rye – 0.5*,**, other grain crops – 0.1*,**; berries and other small fruits, except strawberries and grape), prunes, pepper Chili (dry), raisin – 10.0*,**; cabbage (all types), vegetables with edible bulbs, kiwi – 5.0*,**; grape – 5.0; coffee beans, tree nuts (except pistachio and almond) – 0.05*,**; almond in shell – 15.0*,**; leaf vegetables (lettuce, spinach, parsley, etc.) – 30.0*,**; fruit-bearing vegetables, pumpkin, legumes (beans, peas), fruits (stone type), except prunes, strawberry – 3.0*,**; mammals’ meat (except sea mammals) – 0.7*,** mammal’s offal – 0.2*,**; eggs, poultry meat, fat, offal – 0.02*,**; milk – 0.1*,**; milk fat – 2.0 *,**; pistachios – 1.0*,**; oilseeds – 1.0*,**; sunflower (seeds), rapeseeds (seeds) – 1.0*,**, sunflowerseed (oil)-0.5; rapeseed (seed, oil)-0.2 108 Brodifacum RNR 109 Bromadiolone RNR 110 Bromide 4- methyl benzole aldehyde Corn- NR triphenyl-phosphonium +4- nitrodiphenylazo-metin methylentriphenyl- phosphonium - bromide 111 Bromoxynil Cereal grain, millet, corn (grain) -0.05 112 Bromophos Cabbage, frigole, cucumbers, salad, pea, grapes -0.05; fruits (pomaceous fruits) -0.1; fruits (stone fruits)-0.07; dry hop - 0.5; berries- 0.04 113 Brompropilate Grapes – 2.0* 0.01*; citrus fruits, pomaceous and stone fruits 2.0 0.03, 0.02; pulses(pods and seeds, not ripe) – 3.0*,**; cucumbers, pumpkin, melon – 0.5*,**; fruits (stone type, except prunes), strawberry – 2.0*,**; berries – 0.05; cottonseed plant (oil) -0.02*; honey - 0.02 114 Bromuconazol Cereal grain, fruits (pomaceous fruits), grapes - 0.04; berries - 0.08 115 Bronopol NR 116 Bupirimat Cucumbers, melons, fruits (pomaceous fruits)- 0.1 currant-0.1 117 Buprofezin Almond – 0.05*,**; almond in shell – 2.0*,**; pomaceous fruits: apples – 3.0*,**, pears – 6.0*,**; stone type fruits: cherry, plums (except prunes) – 2.0*,**, peache, nectarine – 9.0*,**; citrus fruits, grape – 1.0*,**; tomato – 1.0 0.2 ; strawberry – 3.0*,**; dried pulp of citrus fruits, raisin, pepper – 2.0*,**; meat and offal of mammals (except sea) – 0.05*,**; pumpkin – 0.7*,**; cucumbers – 0.7 0.1; mango – 0.1*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; olives – 5.0*,**; pepper Chili (incl. dry) – 10.0*,** 118 Butylate Corn (grain) -0.5* 119 Butoxicarboxim Citrus fruits (pulp) - 0.01 120 Vamidothion Vegetables (except for potatoes) -0.2 121 Vernolat Soya (beans), corn(grain) -0.5*; soya (oil) - 0.1*; tobacco- 1.0* 122 Vinclozolin Blackberry – 5.0*,**; cabbage – 1.0*,**; cattle meat and milk – 0.05*,**; cauliflower – 1.0*,**; cherry – 5.0*,**; chicken eggs – 0.05*,**; chicory - 5.0*,**; pulses – 2.0*,**; cucumbers – 1.0; currant (red, black, white) – 5.0*,**; orchard peas – 1.0*,**, gherkin – 1.0*,**; gooseberry – 5.0*,**; grape – 5.0 3.0; hop (dry) – 40.0*,**; kiwi – 10.0*,**; lettuce – 5.0*,**, melon – 1.0*,**, pepper Chili – 1.0*,**, sweet pepper – 3.0*; pomaceous fruits – 1.0*,**; potato – 0.1*,**, rapeseed (seeds) – 1.0*,**; raspberry (black, red) – 5.0*,**; strawberry – 10.0*,**; tomatoes – 3.0 1.0*; sunflower (seeds and oil) -0.5* 123 Granulovirus admixed with polyhedrosis RNR of turnip moth 124 Granulovirus of apple worm RNR 125 Nuclear polyhedrosis virus of cabbage RNR moth 126 Nuclear polyhedrosis virus of lackey RNR moth 127 Nuclear polyhedrosis virus of gypsy RNR moth 128 Nuclear polyhedrosis virus of cotton RNR budworm 129 Hydrogen phosphide Cocoa beans, dry fruits and vegetables, peanuts, spices, tree nuts – 0.01*,**; cereal grain – 0.1*,** 130 Galaxifop Banana, coffee beans, stone type fruits – 0.02*,**; citrus fruits, grape, pomaceous fruits – 0.05*,**; onion, bulb – 0.2*,** 131 Galaxifop-P methyl Sugar beet, sunflower (seeds), soya (beans), vegetable oil -0.05; cottonseed seeds – 0.05*,**; rapeseed (grain) - 0.2; potatoes- 0.01 132 Galaxifopetoxiethyl Sugar beet, sunflower (seeds), soya (beans), vegetable oil -0.05; cottonseed (seeds) -0.05*; rapeseed (seeds) - 0.2; potatoes - 0.01* 133 Gamma- Cyhalothrin Cereal grain -0.05; rapeseed (grain, oil), fruits (pomaceous fruits)-0.1; potatoes, carrot, sugar beet -0.02; onion – 0.2 134 Hexaflumuron Potatoes - 0.05 135 Hexachlorbenzene Cereal grain -0.01 136 Hexachlorobutadiene Grapes and products of its processing – 0.0001 137 Hexachlorocyclohexane (α, β, γ-isomers) Meat and poultry (fresh, cooled, and frozen) - (HCCH) 0.1; byproducts (lever, kidneys) -0.1; sausages, cookery, Meat and poultry cans - as per raw materials (in terms of fat); eggs, gelatin -0.1; milk and fermented milk products -0.05; milk processing products (cheeses, curd products, butter, cream, sour milk), concentrates of milk and whey proteins, milk and dry milk products (in terms of fat) - 1.25; fresh water fish (fresh, cooled, and frozen) -0.03; sea tuna fish (fresh, cooled, and frozen), meat of sea animals - 0.2; salty, smoked, air-dried fish -0.2; fish cans (fresh water, sea, tuna fishes, meat of sea animals) - as per raw materials; lever of fishes and its derived products , cans fish lever - 1.0; caviar, fat herring - 0.2; cereal grain, pulses - 0.5; flour, grits -as per raw materials; soya, corn (grain), bakery confectionery products – 0.2; starch and syrup made of corn-0.5; starch and syrup made of potatoes, sugar beets -0.1; flax (seeds), rape (grain), mustard - 0.4; sunflower (seeds), peanut, nuts, cocoa (beans), cocoa-products - 0.5; non-deodorized oil - 0.2; deodorized oil, of best purification - 0.05; animal fat - 0.2; fish fat-0.1; vegetables, melons and gourds, mushrooms - 0.5; potatoes - 0.1; fruits, berries, grapes - 0.05; cans with fruits and vegetables - as per raw materials; juices - as per raw materials ; honey -0.005; protein products of seed corn, grain legumes seeds, and seeds of other crops–0.1; baby products: adapted milk mixes for children 0 - 3 months) -0.02; products for children 4 - 12 months: milk – 0.02; cottage cheese 18% - 0.1; meat - 0.02; grits, vegetables, potatoes, fruits - 0.01; butter - 0.2; vegetable oil- 0.01 138 Hexithiatox Citrus fruits – 0.5* (pulp) - 0.02*; cottonseed (oil) - 0.1 *; fruits (pomaceous fruits) – 0.4*, grapes - 0.1*; strawberry – 0.5*,**; dates, hop (dry) – 2.0*,**; raisin, prunes -1.0*,**; mammals offal, eggs, mammals fat (including milk fat), milk, meat of mammals (except sea mammals), poultry meat and offal, vegetable with edible fruits, pumpkin type, except water melons, tree nuts – 0.05*,**; eggplants, tomato – 0.1*,**; grape meal (dry) – 15.0*,**, stone type fruits – 0.3*,** 139 Heptachlor Cereal grain – 0.02*,**; citrus – 0.01*,**; cottonseed (seed) – 0.02*,**; eggs – 0.05*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.02*,**; milk – 0.006*,**; pineapple – 0.01*,**; poultry meat – 0.02*,**; soya (beans) – 0.02*,**; soybean oil, crude – 0.05*,**, soybean oil, refined – 0.02*,** All food products – 0.007 140 Gibberellic acid sodium salts RNR 141 Gibberellin -А З RNR 128 Maleic hydrazide potatoes – 20; onion – 15; sugar beet, red beet, garlic, carrot, tomatoes, water melons - 8.0; green tobacco – 30 142 Hymexazol Sugar beet, red beet - 0.01 143 Glyphosate Fruit (pomaceous fruit, stone fruit), citrus fruit, sunflower (seeds), vegetables, potato, corn (grain), mushrooms- 0.3; watermelon - 0.3*; grapes, berries (including wild berries) -0.1; cereal grain- 30.0 3.0; rice -0.15*; bananas – 0.05*,**; corn (grain), soya (dry beans) – 5.0; sunflowerseed (seeds) – 7.0; rapeseed (seed) – 20.0; sunflower oil, rapeseed oil, soybean oil – NR; peas (dry) – 5.0; cottonseed (seed) – 40.0*,**; mammals’ offal – 5.0*,**; eggs, meat of mammals (except for sea mammals), poultry meat, milk – 0.05*,**; pig offal and poultry offal – 0.5*,**; beans (dry), sugar cane – 2.0*,**; sugar cane molasses – 10.0*,**; wheat bran, not processed – 20.0*,** soybean oil-0.05*; – sunflower seed oil -0.1; soya bean- 0.15 144 Glyphosate trimesium Cereal grain, fruit (pomaceous fruit), grapes - 0.3 145 Glufosinate ammonium Fruit (seeded fruit, stone fruit), berries and other small fruits (except currant), citrus fruits, grapes, carrot - 0.2; potatoes – 0.5 0.2 sunflower (seeds), rapeseed (seeds) – 5.0; buckwheat, millet, cereal grain – 0.4; vegetable oil, except crude sunflower and rapeseed oil) – 0.4; pea – 3.0, soya (beans), beans – 2.0; almond (in shell), currant (black, red, white) – 0.5*,**; asparagus, tropical and sub-tropical fruits, except bananas, beans, corn – salad, eggs, meat of mammals (except sea mammals), onion (bulb), sugar beet, poultry meat , non- refined rapeseed and sunflowerseed oils – 0.05*,**; bananas – 0.2*,**; edible offal of mammals and poultry, corn, tree nuts – 0.1*,**, milk – 0.02*,** sunflower (seeds), rapeseed (seeds), rapeseed, leguminous – 0.4, 146 Guazatine Cereal grain - 0.05; citrus fruits – 5.0*,** 147 Humic acids RNR 148 Ammonium salt of humic acid RNR 149 Sodium salts of humic acids RNR 150 A (+) - (p-nitrophenyl) - 1 ,3-dihydroxy Tomatoes- 1.5 isopropyl-ammonium-2- chlorethylphosphoric acid 151 DAER Grapes, sugar beet - 0.1; red beet, cottonseed oil - 0.5; citrus (pulp)- 0.05 152 Dazomet Potato, vegetables, fish - 0.5 153 Dalapon Fruit (seeded fruit, stone fruit), grapes, potatoes, red beet, sugar beet -1.0; cottonseed oil - 0.1; tea-0.2; berries (including wild) – 0.6 154 Daminozide Fruit (seeded fruit) -3.0 155 Deltametrin Sunflower (seeds), melon, tobacco-0.1*; cottonseed oil, sunflower seed oil, bananas - 0.05*; fruit (stone fruit) – 0.2*,** 0.05* cereal grain – 0.2, berries (except strawberry) – 0.5**; strawberry – 0.2**; leguminous, beans (dry) – 1.0, fruit (seeded fruit), cabbage, corn (grain), cucumbers, lettuce, rice, citrus fruit (pulp), sugar beet – 0.01;, potatoes, tomatoes, grapes, carrot - 0.01; watermelon, soya-bean oil, pepper, cacao beans, -0.01*; potato – 0.1; dry hop -5.0*; meat, milk-0.02; liver, kidneys (cattle, goat, pig, sheep), milk - 0.05; meat (except mammals and poultry), rapeseed (seed and oil), corn (oil), citrus fruits, carrot – 0.02; animal fat- 0.5; tomato – 0.3, bean-type vegetables with edible fruits, pumpkin type, leek – 0.2*,**; eggs, poultry offal, hazel-nut, sweet corn (boiled and in cobs), walnut – 0.02*,**; broccoli, Chinese and cauliflower cabbage – 0.1*,**, leaf-type vegetables, wheat flour, non-screened – 2.0*,**; lentils (dry), olives – 1.0*,**; meat (mammals), except sea animals – 5.0*,**; mushrooms, onion (bulb) – 0.05*,**; poultry meat -0.1*,**; radish 0.01*,**; tea (green and black), wheat bran (not processed) – 5.0*,**; wheat flour – 0.3*,**; pomaceous fruits, grape – 0.2 156 Demeton Cereal grain, cottonseed oil -0.35 157 Desmedipham Red beet, sugar beet - 0. 1 158 Desmetryne Cabbage - 0.05; onion - 0.05* 159 Diazinon Cereal grain, onion, potatoes, cottonseed oil, corn (grain), rutabaga, turnip, red beet, sugar beet - 0.1; cabbage 0.1, tobacco, cucumbers, tomatoes, poppy seed oil -0.5; dry hop - 1.0; walnut – 0.01*,**; almond, sweet pepper, Chinese cabbage, pumpkin – 0.05*,**; blackberry, dewberry, strawberry, pineapple, radish – 0.1*,**, musk melon, raspberry, currant (red, black, white), cranberry, peach, kiwi, kohlrabi, peas (fresh beans), beans (pods/seeds) – 0.2*,**; pomaceous fruits – 0.3*,**; pepper Chili,( dry), broccoli, lettuce and leaf salad, spinach – 0.5*,**; pineapple, strawberry, plums (except prunes), cherry, onion –shallot – 1.0*,**; prunes – 2.0*,**; eggs and poultry meat – 0.02; sweet corn (boiled, in cobs),poultry offal – 0.02*,**; meat of C, goat, pigs, sheet – 2.0; liver and kidney of C, goat, pigs, sheep – 0.03*,**; milk (dairy products) – 0.02 carrot -0.08; meat (in terms of fat), milk, milk products, poultry, eggs – 0.01 160 Diafentiuron Cucumbers, tomatoes -0.05; 161 Dibromo-chloro propane NR 162 Potassium salt of Cereal grain –NR diisopropyldithiophosphonic acids (1- Hydroxyethylidenediphosphonic acid) 163 Dicamba Cereal grain, corn (grain)-0.5; corn oil - 0.05; 164 2-ethylhexyl ether of dicamba millet -0.3 NR 165 Diquat (dibromide) Pea – 0.2, carrot, potatoes - 0.05; sunflower (seeds) – 1.0, rape (seeds)- 2.0 0.5; sunflower seed oil, rapeseed oil, soya-bean oil -0.1; soya bean 0.2; milk – 0.01* 0.4; barley – 5.0*,**; beans, lentils (dry), rice, milled – 0.2*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), mammals’ offal, eggs, corn, poultry meat and offal, vegetable oil , rude (except sunflowerseed, soybean and rapeseed oil), vegetables with edible tubes, roots, fruits and bulbs – 0.05*,**; rice – 10.0*,**, rice milled – 1.0*,**; wheat bran not processed, wheat flour, not sifted, wheat, oat, sorghum – 2.0*,**; wheat flour – 0.5*,** meat -0.01 166 Dichloran Fruit (stone fruit) (peach, nectarine) – 7.0-0.1*; fruit (seeded fruit) - 0.06; carrot -15.0, onion (bulb) – 0.2; cabbage, potatoes – 0.004*, grape – 7.0* 167 Diclofop methyl Sugar beet -0.01; soya bean -0.05; soya-bean oil - 0.02* 168 Dicofol Pepper – 1.0, tomatoes – 0.1*, cucumbers – 0.5, fruit (seeded fruit) – 0.1*, fruit (stone fruit): peach, cherry – 5.0, plums – 1.0, grapes – 5.0, eggplant – 0.1*; pumpkin – 1.0, citrus fruit (pulp) – 5.0 0.1*; dry hop – 50 5.0; berries – 0.05; cottonseed oil – 0.5 0.01*; beans (dry beans) – 0.1*,**; beans (pods and/or seeds) – 2.0*,**; melon – 0.2*; pepper Chili (dry) – 10.0*,**; prunes – 3.0*,**; cottonseed (seed) – 0.1*,**; cottonseed oil, non-refined – 0.5**, walnut, pecan – 0.01*,**; milk – 0.1*,**; eggs – 0.05*,**; meat (cattle) - 3.0*,**; offal (cattle) – 1.0*,**; poultry meat (0.1*,**; poultry offal – 0.05*,**; tea (green and black, fermented, dried) – 50.0*,** 169 Dimethylchlor Rape (seeds, oil) -0.02* 170 Dimethenamid -P Corn (grain), soya bean, soya-bean oil, sugar beet, red beet, beans (dry) -0.02; sunflower (seeds, oil) -0.04; potato, garlic, onion (bulb), onion shallot, sorghum, sweet corn (boiled cobs), sweet potato, peanuts, eggs, meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk, poultry neat and offal – 0.01*,** 171 Dimetipin Sunflower (seeds) – 1.0; sunflower seed oil - 0.05*; potatoes – 0.05; rapeseed (seed) – 0.2*,**; cottonseed seed – 1.0*,**; cottonseed oil, non-refined, cottonseed oil (for human consumption) – 0.1*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), poultry meat, offal, eggs, milk – 0.01*,** 172 Potassium salt of dimethyl ether of NR dehydro-aspartic acid 173 Dimethoate Artichoke – 0.05*,**; asparagus – 0.05*,**; barley – 2.0*,**; Brussels cabbage – 0.2; savoy cabbage – 0.05*,**, cauliflower – 0.2*,**; CATTLE offal – 0.05*,**; celery – 0.5*,**; cherry – 2.0; citrus fruits – 5.0; eggs – 0.05*,**; salad – 0.3*,**; CATTLE fat, except milk fat – 1.0*,**; mango – 1.0*,**, meat of cattle, horses, pigs, goats, sheep – 0.05*,**, olives – 0.5*,**; pears – 1.0; peas, beans – 1.0*,**; pepper Chili – 3.0*,**; sweet pepper, including pimento, - 0.5*,**, potato – 0.05; poultry fat – 0.05*,**; chicken offal – 0.05*,**; sheep offal – 0.05*,**; sugar beet – 0.05; wheat – 0.05*, olives, mushrooms, rice, melons type, red-beet, cucumbers, tomato, tobacco, dry hop, berries, legumes, millet, grape, sunflowerseed (seeds, oil) – 0.02; rapeseed (seeds, oil) – 0.05 fruit (seeded fruit, stone fruit), olive, mushrooms, rice, gourds, cucumbers, tomatoes, tobacco, sugar beet, red beet, dry hop, berries, cabbage, cereal grain, leguminous, millet, grapes, citrus fruits, potatoes, sunflower (seeds), sunflower seed oil -0.02; rape (seeds, oil) - -0.05 174 Dimetomorf Broccoli – 1.0*,**; cabbage – 2.0*,**; corn salad – 10.0*,**; grapes – 3.0; raisin – 5.0*,**; mammals’ offal – 0.01*,**; eggs – 0.01*,**; fruit bearing vegetables, except pumpkin – 1.0*; pumpkin – 0.5*,**; cucumbers – 0.01. dry hop – 80.0*,**, kohlrabi – 0.02*,**; salad – 10.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.01*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 5.0*,**; pine apple – 0.01*,**; potato – 0.5; poultry meat and offal – 0.01*,**; strawberry – 0.05*,**potatoes -0.5; cucumbers – 0.01; grapes -3.0 175 Dimoxystrobin Sunflower (seeds), sunflower seed oil, rape (seeds, oil) -0.05 176 Diniconazole Cereal grain - 0.05 177 Dinitroorthokrezol Cucumbers, potatoes, grapes - 0.06; dog rose – 0.1 178 Dinobuton Tomatoes, cucumbers, fruit (seeded fruit), grapes, sugar beet citrus fruit (pulp), cottonseed oil, pepper -0.05; berries -0.05; dry hop - 0.5 179 Dinokap Cucumbers – 1.0; vegetables with edible fruits, pumpkin type – 0.05*, fruit (seeded fruit – 0.2*; grapes – 0.5* 1.0; strawberry – 0.5; peach – 0.1*,**; pepper – 0.2*; pepper Chili (dry) – 2.0*; tomato – 0.3*,** berries – 0.2 180 Dipropetrin Watermelon -0.1 181 Disulfoton Cereal grain: barley, wheat – 0.2*,**; oat – 0.02*,**; beans (in pods and/or non-ripened), beans (dry) – 0.2*,**; corn (grain), sweet corn (boiled cobs), sweet corn (grain) – 0.02*,**, sugar beet – 0.2*,**, peas (pods, non-ripened seeds) – 0.1*,**, peas green, juicy seeds) – 0.02*,**; nuts (peanut, pecan) – 0.1*,**; pine apple – 0.1*,*; coffee beans – 0.2*,**; cottonseed seed 0.1*, asparagus – 0.02*,**; poultry meat – 0.02*,**; milk (cattle, goat, sheep) – 0.01*,** 182 Ditalimfos Cereal grain, cucumbers -0.1; fruit (seeded fruit), grapes -0.5; berries – 0.02 183 Dithianon Fruit (stone fruit) (cherry and other)- 5.0* 0.02*; grapes -3.0 1.5; citrus fruits (mandarins, grapefruit, pommels, etc.) - 3.0*,**; berries, small fruits – 5.0*,**; fruit (seed fruit) – 5.0* 2.0 184 Dithiocarbamates Nuts (almond, pecan), peanuts, asparagus - 0.1*,**; almond in shell – 20.0*,**; bananas, cucumbers, mango, oranges, tomato – 2.0*,**; cereal grain, carrots, sweet pepper, pumpkin (early), water melon – 1.0*,**; cabbage, cranberry, papaya fruits (seed type), strawberry – 5.0*,**; cherry, potato, pumpkin – 02.*,**; salad, currant (red, black, white), mandarins, pepper Chili (dry) -10.0*,**; garlic, leek, salad, melon (except water melon), onion, shallot 0.5*,**; leaf cabbage – 15.0 *,**; hop (dry) – 30.0*,**; fruits (stone type), except cherry – 7.0*,**, sweet corn (in cobs) -0.1*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk, eggs – 0.05*,**; offal of mammals, poultry meat and offal – 0.1*,** 185 Diuron All food products – 0.02 186 Diphenamid Tomatoes, pepper - 0.1; tobacco -0.15; 187 Diphenylamine Seed type fruits: apples -10.0*,**, pears – 5.0*,**; apple juice – 0.5*,8*; meat, kidney (cattle) – 0.01*,**; liver (cattle) – 0.05*,**; milk, milk fat – 0.01*,** 188 Difenoconazole Fruit (seeded fruit) – 1.0, sugar beet, red beet - 0.2; cereal grain -0.08; fruit (stone fruit), except nectarines and peaches) – 0.2; nectarines and peaches – 0.5-0.15; tomatoes – 0.6 0.05; carrot -0.3; potatoes -0.02; celery – 5.0**; grape – 0.5; asparagus – 0.03*,**; bananas – 0.5**; citrus – 0.6**; rice – 1.0**; broccoli – 0.5*,**; cabbage (Brussels, cauliflower, cabbage), mammals offal, papaya – 0.2*,**; mango – 0.07*,**; eggs, poultry meat and offal – 0.01*,**; garlic, soya (beans), sunflowerseeds (seeds) – 0.02*,**; leek – 0.3*,**; salad leaf and head, olives – 2.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), rapeseed (seeds) – 0.05*,**, milk – 0.005*,** 189 Diflubenzuron Seed type fruit – 5.0; mushrooms (incl. champignon) - 3.0; cabbage – 1.0; citrus fruist – 0.5*,**; meal and offal of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.1*,**; eggs, poultry meat – 0.05*,**; milk – 0.02*,**; rice – 0.01*,**fruit (seeded fruit) champignon - 0.1; cabbage -1.0 190 Diflyufenikan Cereal grain – 0.05 191 Diclobutrazol Cereal grain -0.1* 192 Dichloral urea NR 193 Dichlorprop dichlorprop-P Cereal grain, flour - 0.05 194 Dichlorphos Cereal grain – 5.0; wheat bran – 10.0; cabbage, fruit (seeded fruit, stone fruit), citrus fruit (pulp), grapes, berries, tea -0.05; cereal groats, livestock products – 0.1*,** wheat flour – 1.0*,**, wheat sprouts – 10.0*,**; coarse- milled flour – 2.0*,** grain, bran - 0.3; livestock products, cereals – 0.01 195 Dichlofluanid Seed type fruits – 5.0; berries: currant (red, black, white) raspberry – 15.0; strawberry – 10.0; gooseberry – 7.0; grapes – 15.0; cucumbers – 5.0*,**; lettuce – 10.0*,**; onion (bulb) – 0.1*,**; potato – 0.1*,**; tomato – 2.0*,**; peach – 5.0*,**; pepper – 2.0*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 20.0*,**berries, grapes, fruit (seeded fruit) – 0.02 196 Dichloropropene + dichloropropane NR 197 Dicyandiamide (metabolite and half- NR product of synthesis of Granstar) 198 Dodin Cherry – 3.0*,**; nectarine – 5.0*,**; peach – 5.0*,**; pomaceous fruits – 5.0*,** 199 Doramectin For cattle: meat -0.01;fat-0.15; liver-0.1; kidneys-0.03; for sheep and pigs: meat - 0.01;fat-0.1; liver-0.05; kidneys -0.03 200 Zoxamide Dried grape (raisin, kishmish, etc.) – 15.0*,**; vegetables with eatable fruits, pumpkin type – 2.0*,**; grapes – 5.0*,**; potato – 0.02*,**; tomato – 2.0*,** 201 Ivermektin For cattle: fat-0.04; liver-0.1; meat - RNR; for sheep and pigs: fat-0.02; liver-0.015; meat- RNR; meat and offal of poultry-0.001 202 Isobutene dichlorides (mixture) NR 203 Isoxadifen-ethyl Corn (grain and oil) - 0.2 204 Isoxaflutole Corn (grain) - 0.05; corn (oil) – 0.1 205 Isopropalin Tobacco - 1.0* 206 Izopropilfenatsin RNR 207 Izoprotiolan Rice - 0.3 208 Isoproturon Cereal grain -0.01 209 Isofenphos Rapeseed - NR 210 Imazakvin Soya bean, soybean oil - 0.1* 211 Imazalil Banana- 2.0*,**; citrus fruits – 5.0*,8*,; cucumbers (incl. gherkins) – 5.0*,**, melon – 2.0*,**; persimmon Japanese – 2.0*,**; pomaceous fruits – 5.0*,**; berries (raspberry (red and black), strawberry, and other – 2.0*,**; cereal grain (wheat and other) – 0.1; soya bean - - sunflower (seeds), rape (seeds) – 0.02; soya-bean oil, sunflower seed oil, rapeseed oil -0.04; corn (grain)-0.3; millet – 0.4 212 Imazametabenz Cereal grain -0.2 213 Imazamox Soya bean, soybean oil, pea -0.05; rape (seeds, oil) -0.1; sunflower (seeds and oil)-0.1 214 Imazapyr Wild berries -2.0; wild mushrooms-4.0; sunflowerseeds (seeds, oil) – 0.1 215 Imazetapir Soya (beans, oil), peas – 0.5 216 Imidaclopride Almonds (in shell) – 5.0*,**; fruits (pomaceous fruits), except pears-0.5; pears – 1.0; apple meal, dry – 5.0*,**; stone type fruits (peaches, cherry, nectarine, apricot) – 5,0*,**, plums (including prunes) – 0.2*,**; bananas – 0.05*,**; beans – 2.0*,**, berries and other small fruits (orchard strawberry, cranberry, other) – 3.0; cabbage (all types)-0.5; cereal grain -0.1; citrus fruits – 1.0**; citrus fruits (dry pulp) – 10.0*,**; coffee (beans) – 1.0*,**; cucumbers-1.0; offal of mammals -0.3*,**; egg-plants-0.5** eggs – 0.02*,**; grape – 1.0; hop (dry) -10.0*; onion (bulb, green, leek) – 0.2; salad – 2.0*,**; mango – 0.2*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.1*,**; melon – 0.2*,**; milk – 0.1*,**; peanuts – 1.0*,**; peas (dry, shelled, sweet, raw pods, seeds) – 5.0; nuts (pecan) – 0.05*,**; pepper – 1.0**. Pepper Chili (dry) – 10.0*,**; pomegranate – 1.0*,**; poultry meat – 0.05*,**; rape (grain, oil) -0.1, vegetables with edible roots and tubers – 0.5*,**; squash – 1.0*; sunflower (seeds)-0.4; sunflower (oil)- 0.2; soybeans (seeds, oil) – 0.1; corn (sweet (boiled in cobs) – 0.02*,**; tomatoes – 0.5; water melon – 02*,**; wheat bran, not processed – 0.3*; wheat flour – 0.03*,**; carrot, red beet, sugar beet, , tomatoes, potatoes – 0.5; corn (grain, oil) – 0.1; black currant-3.0;; berries-3.0**; pepper-1.0**; 217 Indoxacarb Apples – 0.5; broccoli – 0.2*,**; cabbage – 3.0*,**; cauliflower – 0.2*,**; cranberry – 1.0*,**; raisin – 5.0*,**; offal of mammals, edible – 0.05*,**; eggplant – 0.5*,**; eggs – 0.02*,**; pumpkin – 0.5*,**; grapes – 2.0*, salad (head) – 7.0*,**; salad leaf – 15.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 2.0*,**; milk fat – 2.0*,**; milk 0.1*,**; mint – 150*,**; ground nut – 0.02*,**; pear – 0.2*; pepper – 0.3*,**; potato – 0.02*,**; poultry meat and offal – 0.01*,**; prunes – 3.0*,**; soybeans (beans, dry) – 0.5*,**; tomato – 0.5; rapeseed (seeds, oil) – 0.05; onion – 2.0 Fruits (seeded fruits), grapes-0.5 218 Iodfenfos Cabbage, gooseberries, grapes - 0.5; berries – 0.01 219 Ioxinil Garlic, onion -0.1 220 ipkonazole Cereal grain-0.02 221 Iprobenfos NR 222 Iprodione Almonds – 0.2*,**; barley – 2.0*,**; beans (dry) – 0.1*,**; berries (blackberry, strawberry, raspberry black and red) – 15.0*,**, cabbage (broccoli, Chinese and other) – 5.0*,**; carrots – 0.5; stone type fruits: cherry, peach and other – 10.0*,**; seed type fruits – 5.0*,**; beans whole (pods and seeds) – 2.0*,**; cucumbers – 2.0; grapes – 10.0; kiwi – 5.0*,**; salad (head and leaf) – 10.0*,**; onion (bulb) – 0.2*,**; sugar beet – 0.1*,**; tomatoes – 5.0; chicory sprouts – 1.0*,**; rapeseed (seeds) – 0.5*,**; rice, milled – 10.0*,**; sunflowerseed (seeds) – 0.5; sunflowerseed (oil) – 0.02; potato – 0.05 grapes - 0.4; cucumbers, sunflower (seeds, oil)- 0.02; potatoes, carrot – 0.05; tomatoes-5.0; celery cabbage-5.0**; lettuce-10.0** berries - 15.0** 223 Isazofos Tomatoes, cucumbers, berries-0.2 224 Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium Cereal grain - 0.1; corn (grain and oil) -0.2 225 Cadusafos Bananas – 0.01*,**; potato – 0.02*,** 226 Potassium vinyloxy- ethyl Cucumbers - 0.1 dithyocarbamate 227 Captan Almond – 0.3*,**; blackberry, huckleberry – 20.0*,**; cherry – 25.0*,**; cucumbers – 3.0*,**; dry grapes (all types) – 50.0*,**; grapes – 25.0*; water melon – 10.0*,**; nectarine – 3.0*,**; peach – 20.0*,**; plums – 10.0*,**; seed type fruits – 3.0 (K); potato – 0.05*,**; raspberry – 20.0*,**; strawberry - 15.0*,**; apple juice- 0.01; grapes, grape juice – 0.05 ; fruit (seeded fruit)-3.0 228 Carbaryl Almonds (in shell) – 50.0*,**; asparagus, citrus fruits – 15.0*,**; red beet, corn (oil, crude), corn (sweet, in cobs) – 0.1*,**, carrot, chili pepper – 0.5*,**; cranberry, sweet pepper (including in pods), tomato – 0.5*,**; eggplant, tree nuts, turnip – 1.0*,**; sweet potato – 0.02*,**; rice: polished – 1.0*,**; rice in shell – 50.0*,**, rice not milled – 170.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk – 0.05; dairy products – 0.02; kidney of mammals – 3.0*,**; liver of mammals1.0*,**; olive oil (refined) – 25.0*,**; olives – 30.0*,**; Chili pepper (dry) – 2.0*; sorghum, tomato paste 10.0*,**; soybeans (beans and oil crude), sunflowerseed (seeds) – 0.2*,**; sunflowerseed oil, crude – 0.05*,**; soybeans in shell – 0.3*,**; tomato juice – 3.0*,**; cereal grain (wheat), bran, not processed (wheat) – 2.0*,**; wheat flour – 0.2*,**; wheat sprouts – 1.0*,**; cottonseed (oil) – 0.0125; corn – 0.02; pomaceous fruits, potato – 0.05 cottonseed oil, corn (grain) -0.0125; fruit (seeded fruit, potatoes -0.05; meat -0.01; milk and milk products- 0.02 229 Carbendazim Sugar beet- 0.1; cereal grain - 0.5; strawberry, currant – 1.0; pomaceous fruits – 0.2*,**; grape – 3.0; cucumbers – 0.05*; apricots, nectarines, peaches, Chili pepper, shelled rice – 2.0*,**; asparagus, bananas, carrot – 0.2*,**; beans (dry), Brussels cabbage, beans (ordinary, in pods and\or not ripened), plums (including prunes0, soya (beans), pumpkin (ordinary), tomato – 0.5*,**; berries and other small fruits (except grapes), oranges (including hybrids) – 1.0*,**; meat of cattle and poultry, chicken fat, offal of mammals, eggs, gherkin, rapeseed (seed), milk – 0.05*,**; cherry – 10.0*,**; coffee beans, peanuts, tree nuts – 0.1*,**; peas orchard, shelled – 0.02*,**,; salad (head), mango, pineapple – 5.0*,**; Chili pepper (dry) – 20.0*,**; cereal grain -0.2; strawberry, currant-0.05; fruit (seeded fruit) -0.05; grapes, cucumbers-0.05* 230 Carboxin Corn (grain) ,millet, cereal grain, potatoes - 0.2 ; corn oil –RNR 231 Carbosulfan Potato – 0.25; sugar beet – 0.3; corn – 0.05; citrus, citrus pulp (dry) – 0.1*,**; cottonseed (seed) – 0.05*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), offal of mammal, Poultry meat, eggs and offal – 0.05*,** (control on Carbosulfan and its metabolites) corn (grain) , sugar beet – 0.05; potatoes -0.25 (check of carbosulfan and its metabolites) 232 Carbofuran Sugar beet – 0.2; rapeseed (seed, oil) – 0.05; dry hop – 5.0*; banana – 0.1*,**; citrus fruits – 0.5*,**; pulp of citrus fruits (dry) – 2.0*,**; corn – 0.05*; coffee beans – 1.0*,**; sugar cane, cottonseed (seed), sorghum – 0.1*,**; sunflowerseed (seed) – 0.1*,**; rice milled ( 0.1*,**; meat, fat and offal of Cattle, goat, horses, pigs, sheep 0.05*,**sugar beet -0.05; dry hop- 5.0*; rape (seeds, oil) -0.1; mustard (seeds. oil) -0,05 233 Carfentrazone-ethyl Cereal grain , rape (seeds, oil), sunflower (seeds and oil), corn (grain and oil) -0.02 234 Quizalofop-P-tefuryl Potatoes, carrot, tomatoes, cabbage, sunflower (seeds), soya bean, sugar beet, red beet - 0.04; onion, sunflower seed oil, soya-bean oil -0.06; rape (seeds, oil) –0.02 235 Quinmerac Rapeseed (seed, oil) – 0.1 236 Quinclorac Rice–0.05 237 Quinoxyfen Barley; wheat – 0.01*,**; cherry – 0.4*,**; strawberry, black currant, dry hop, pepper – 1.0*,**; grape – 2.0*,**; salad (head) – 8.0*,**; salad (leaf) – 20.0*,**; melon – 0.1*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 10.0*,**; sugar beet – 0.03*,**; offal of mammals and poultry, milk, eggs – 0.01*; meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk fat – 0.2*,**; poultry meat - 0.02*,** 238 Quintozene Barley, soya beans, cottonseed seed, corn, peas, dry sugar beet – 0.01*,**; broccoli, sweet pepper – 0.05*,**; tomato, lentils (dry) – 0.02*,**; cabbage (head), Chili pepper (dry) – 0.1*,**; beans (pods, and green seeds) – 3.0*,**; peanuts – 0.5*,**; chicken meat and offal, eggs – 0.03*,** 239 Clethodim Dry beans – 2.0*,**; cottonseed oil, edible – 0.5*,**; edible offal – 0.2*,**; eggs – 0. 05*,**; field peas (dry) – 2.0*,**; sugar beet – 0.1; garlic – 0.5*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.2*,**; milk – 0.05*,**; onion (bulb) – 0.5; ground nut – 5.0*,**; potato – 0.5; poultry meat and offal – 0.2*,**; rapeseed (seed, oil) – 0.5; soybean beans (dry) – 10.0*; soybean oil for human consumption – 0.5; sunflowerseeds (seeds) – 0.5; sunflowerseed oil (crude) - 0.1; tomatoes – 1.0*,**; carrots, red beet – 0.1 onion, carrot, soya bean, soya-bean oil, sugar beet, red beet - 0.1; potatoes, sunflower (seeds and oil) -0.2; rape (seeds, oil)-0.5 240 Clefoxydim Rice -0.05* 241 Clodinafop -propargyl Cereal grain - 0.05 242 Clozantel For cattle: fat, kidney-3.0; liver, meat -1.0; for sheep: fat-2.0; meat, liver-1.5; kidney -5.0 243 Cloquintocet-mexyl Cereal grain-0.1 244 Clomazone Soya bean, soya-bean oil - 0.01; rice-0.2*; corn (grain) , carrot, sugar beet, rape (seeds, oil) -0.1 245 Clopyralid Cereal grain-0.2; cabbage -0.05*; corn (grain) - 246 2-ethylhexyl ether of Clopyralid 2.0; meat and meat products -0.3; milk and milk products, wild mushrooms and berries– 0.004; corn oil, sugar beet, rape (seeds, oil) - 0.5 NR 247 Clothianidin Potatoes-0.05; rape (seeds)-0.04; rapeseed oil, sugar beet -0.1; cereal grain – 0.2 248 Clofentezine Grapes - 2.0; citrus fruits – 0.5**; seed type fruits – 0.5; potato – 0.05; almond in shell – 5.0*,**; cucumbers – tomato, tree nuts , stone type fruits – 0.5*,**; currants (black, white, red) – 0.2*,*; dry grapes (raisin), strawberry – 2.0*,**; offal of mammals, eggs, meat of mammals (except sea mammals), milk, poultry meat and offal – 0.05*,**; melons – 0.1*,**grapes-1.0; Citrus fruits -0.05*; fruit (seeded fruit) - 0.5; potatoes-0.05 249 Kresoxim-methyl Barley – 0.1*,**; cucumbers – 0.5; raisin (dry) – 2.0*,**; mammals’ offal, edible – 0.05*,**; grapefruit – 0.5*,**; grapes – 1.0*,**; fat of mammals, except milk fat – 0.05*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; olive oil – 0.7*,**; olives – 0.2*,**; oranges, including hybrids – 0.5*,**; seed type fruits – 1.0 (K); chicken meat – 0.05*,**, cereal grain (wheat , rye) – 0.05*,**; tomatoes – 0.5; berries – 1.0 cucumbers, grapes,; fruit (seeded fruit) -0.2; berries - 0.1* 250 Crotoxyphos Milk, meat products, milk products -0.004; meat - 0.05 251 Coumaphos Milk products, eggs – 0.01; beef, poultry meat -0.1; pork, meatproducts-0.2 252 Lenacyl Sugar beet, Red beet-0.1 253 Lindane Cereal grain (barley, wheat, oats, rye) – 0.01*,**; offal of mammals – 0.01*,**; eggs – 0.01*,**; corn (grain) – 0.01*,**; meat of mammals (except sea mammals) -0.1*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; poultry meat – 0.05*,**; poultry offal – 0.01*,**; sorghum – 0.01*,**; sweet corn – 0.01*,** 254 Luphenuron Fruits (stone fruits), potatoes - 0.04; tomatoes- 0.5; grapes-0.1 255 Lambda-cygalotrine Fruits (stone fruits) -0.03*; dry hop-1.0*; mustard (seeds, oil) - 0.1*; rape (seeds, oil), soya (beans, oil) -0.1; corn (grain), cabbage, tomatoes, peas, cereal grain, potatoes, carrot- 0.01; fruits (seeded fruits)-0.03; sugar beet, onion -0.02; grapes -0.15 256 Malathion Apples – 0.5; asparagus – 1.0*,**; beans (dry) – 2.0*,**; beans, except fodder and soya – 1.0*,**; blackberry – 10.0*,**; citrus fruits – 7.0*; cottonseed seeds – 20.0*,**; cottonseed oil for human consumption – 13.0*,**; cucumbers -0.2; grapes – 5.0*; corn – 0.05; leaf mustard – 2.0*,**; pepper – 0.1*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 1.0*,**; sorghum – 3.0*,**; spinach – 3.0*,**; onion (leaf, bulb) – 5.0; berries (strawberry, currant – black, white, red, gooseberry, raspberry) – 1.0; sweet corn, table, boiled in cobs – 0.02*,**; tomato – 0.5; tomato juice – 0.01*,**; wheat – 10.0*; wheat bran, not processed – 25.0*,**; sugar beet, red beet, cabbage, fruits (pomaceous and stone type), melon type , tea – 0.5; peas, soybeans (beans) – 0.3; tobacco, dry hop, mushrooms, groats (except wheat ) – 1.0; soybean oil – 0.1; peanuts – 1.0*; bread – 0.3*; mustard, oilseed poppy – 0.1*, animal products – 0.01; sunflowerseed (seeds, oil) – 0.02; potato, carrot – 0.05 cereal grain - 3.0; sugar beet, red beet, fruits (seeded fruits, stone fruits), grapes, cabbage, cucumbers, gourds, tomatoes, tea - 0.5; corn (grain), peas, soya (beans) - 0.3; tobacco, dry hop, mushrooms, grits (other than semolina) -1.0; soya (oil) -0.1; peanuts-1.0*; bread-0.3*; citrus fruits -0.2*; mustard, oil poppy -0.1*; livestock products, berries-0.01; sunflower (seeds, oil)-0.02; potatoes-0.05 257 Maleic gidrazit Garlic – 15.0; onion (bulb, shallot) – 15.0; potato – 50.0; sugar beet, red beet, carrot, tomato, water melon – 8.0; green tobacco – 30.0 258 Mandipropamid Broccoli – 2.0*,**; cabbage (head) – 3.0*,**; onion (bulb) – 0.1; potato – 0.5; spring onion – 7.0*,**; pumpkin (summer) – 02*,**; pepper – 1.0*,**; pepper Chili (dry) – 10.0*,**; leaf vegetables – 25.0*,**; cucumbers – 0.2*,**; tomato – 1.0; cherry – 20.0*,**; grape – 2.0*,**; raisin (all types) – 5.0*,**; melon – 0.5*,** potatoes-0.5; tomatoes-1.0; onion-0.1 259 Mankozeb Potatoes, onion, tomatoes, grapes, cucumbers- 0. 1 260 Industrial (vaseline) oil -8А All plant products - RNR 261 Petroleum oil (inhibite ) NR 262 Bis copper (8- oxyquinolate) Cereal grain, potatoes, fruits (seeded fruits), tomatoes - 1.0; sugar beet - 0.1; grapes - 0.5 263 Copper-bearing substances: Potatoes-2.0; dry hop-10.0*; eggs, meat - 2.0; -copper hydroxide fruits (seeded fruits, stone fruits), tomatoes, -copper sulfate –copper oxychloride berries, grapes, sugar beet, cucumbers, onion, - copper tricaptolactam dichloride vegetables, gourds – 5.0; citrus fruits – 20.0 monohydrate (copper check) citrus fruits - 5.0 264 Copper tricaptolactam dichloride Sugar beet - 0.5; tomatoes, onion, carrot, monohydrate (captolactam part of the apples, grapes -0.15; potatoes-1.0 molecule) 265 Mesosulfuron - methyl Cereal grain -0.5 266 Mesotrione Corn (grain, oil)-0.1 267 Mecoprop Cereal grain - 0.25 268 Menazon Fruits (seeded fruits, stone fruits), vegetables, gourds, potatoes, sugar beet, legumes, tobacco - 1.0 269 Mewpiquat chloride Rapeseed (seeds, oil) – 3.0 270 Metazachlor Cabbage - 0.02; mustard (seeds) -0.02*; mustard (oil), rape (seeds, oil) - 0.1 271 Metazine Potatoes - 0.05*; peas - 0.1* 272 Metaldehyde Cereal grain , fruits (stone fruits, seeded fruits), vegetables (other than potato), grapes -0.7; citrus fruits -0.2*; berries- 0.8 273 Metam NR 274 Metamidofos Artichoke – 0.2*,**; beans, incluidng fodder and soya beans – 1.0*,**; cottonseed seeds – 0.2*,**; mammals’ offal – 0.01*,**; eggs – 0.01*,**; meat of mammals (except sea) - 0.01*,**; milk – 0.02*,**; potato – 0.05*,**; poultry meat - 0.01*,**; poultry offal – 0.01*,**; soybeans, dry – 0.1*,**; sugar beet - 0.02*,** 275 Metamitron Sugar beet, red beet - 0.03 276 Metanitrofenilgid razonomezoksalevoy Cereal grain - 0.1*; cucumber s- NR acid-diethyl ether 277 Metaflumizone Brussels sprouts – 0.8.*,**; chines cabbage – 6.0*,**; mammals’ offal – 0.02*,**; eggplants – 0.6*,**; salad – 7.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea) – 0.02*,**; milk fat – 0.02*,**; milk – 0.01*,**; pepper – 0.6*,**; pepper Chilian, dry – 6.0*,**; potato – 0.02*,**; tomato – 0.6*,** 278 Methidathion Almonds – 0.05*,**; apples – 0.5*,**; artichoke – 0.05*,**; dry beans – 0.1*,**; cabbage (head) – 0.1*,**; CATTLE fat – 0.02*,**; cherry – 0.2*,**; cottonseed seed – 1.0*,**; cottonseed oil, refined – 2.0*,**; cucumbers – 0.05*,**; offal of CATTLE, pigs, sheep – 0.02*,**; eggs – 0.02*,**; goat fat – 0.02*,**; goat meat – 0.02*,**; goat offal edible – 0.02*,**; grapefruit – 2.0*,**; grape – 1.0*,**; hop dry – 5.0*,**; lemon – 2.0*,**; corn 0.1*,**; mandarins – 5.0*,**; meat of CATTLE, pigs, sheep – 0.02*,**; milk – 0.001*,**; nectarines – 0.2*,**; olives – 1.0*,**; onion (bulb) - 0.1*,**; oranges – 2.0*,**; pears – 1.0*,**; peas (dry) – 0.1*,**; pig fat – 0.02*,**; pineapple – 0.05*,**; plums – 0.2*,**; potato – 0.02*,**; poultry meat - 0.02*,**; poultry fat – 0.02*,**; poultry offal, edible – 0.02*,**; radish 0.05*,**; rapeseed – 0.1*,**; sheep fat – 0.02*,**; sorghum – 0.2*,**; sugar beet – 0.05*,**; sunflowerseed (seeds) – 0.5*,**; tea, green and black (dried and fermented ) – 0.5*,**; tomato – 0.1*,**; walnuts – 0.05*,** 279 Methyl bromide (nonorganic bromide Tomato – 3.0; cucumbers – 2.5; salad 2.5*; check) dill, celery, parsley - 1.5*; eggplant, pepper – 2.0*; bread and other prepared grain products, cocoa products , dry fruits, milled grain products , peanuts, tree nuts (MRLs at sales and for direct consumption); cocoa beans, cereal grains - 5.0*, dry fruits – 2.0*; milled grain products – 1.0*; peanuts, tree nuts – 10.0* (MRLs for imported products and for grain before milling, after 24 hours of ventilation) - cereal grain, cacao-beans (for imported ones after 24 hours of aeration) -50.0; tomatoes -3.0; grain mill stock meant for cooking-10.0; cucumbers- 2.5; lettuce - 2.5*; dill, celery, parsley - 1.5*; egg-plants, pepper - 2.0*; dried fruit, peanuts, nuts, cocoa-products (for direct consumption) - 0.5; dried fruit (applied to imported ones after 24 h of aeration)-20.0; peanuts, nuts (applied to imported ones after 24 h of aeration) – 100.0 280 Methylisothiocyanate Cucumbers, tomatoes- 0.05 281 Methiocarb Artichoke – 0.05*,**; barley – 0.05*,**; Brussels sprouts – 0.05*,**; headed cabbage 0.1*,**; cauliflower – 0.1*,**; hazel nut – 0.05*,**; leek – 0.5*,**; headed salad – 0.05*,**; corn – 0.05*,**; melon – 0.2*,**; onion bulb – 0.5*,**, peas (dry) – 0.1*,**; peas/beans (not ripened) – 0.1*,**; sweet pepper, including clove pepper – 2.0*,**; potato – 0.05*,**; rapeseed (seeds) – 005*,**; strawberry – 1.0*,**; sugar beet – 0.05*,**; sunflowerseed – 0.05*,**; wheat – 0.05*,**; wheat straw and hay (dry) – 0.05*,** 282 Metconazole Rape (grain, oil)- 0.15; grain of cereals – 0.2 283 Metobromuron Potatoes - 0.1; tobacco – 0.5 284 Metoxychlor Potatoes - 0.3 285 Metoxuron Cereal grain, vegetables (other than potato) - 0.1; carrot – 0.02 286 S- metolachlor Gourds, cucumbers- 0.05*; tobacco, dry hop- 1.0*; cottonseed (oil) soya (oil), cabbage - 0.02; corn (grain), soya (beans), sunflower (seeds), red beet, rape (grain, oil)-0.1; sunflower (oil), sugar beet -0.05; corn (oil) – 0.1 287 Methoxyfenozide Peanuts – 0.03*,**; peanut butter edible – 0.1*,**; papaya, grapes – 1.0*,**; avocado, citrus fruits, cranberry – 0.7*,**; carrots, beans dry – 0.5*,**; beans shelled – 0.3*,**; corn, sweet corn, cobs – 0.02*,**; beans (pods whole, seeds0, dry grapes (all types f raisin) – 2.0*,**; broccoli – 3.0*,**; blueberry – 4.0*,**; peas (dry) – 5.0*,**; apple pure (dry), headed cabbage, cottonseed seeds – 7.0*,**; celery, salad headed – 15.0*,**, leaf salad, leaf mustard – 30.0*,**; offal of mammals, eggs – 0.01*; fat of mammals (except milk fat), meat of mammals (except sea mammals) – 0.2*,**; milk – 0.05*,** 288 Methomyl Fruits (seeded fruits) (apples, pears), grape – 0.3; beans (dry) – 0.05*,**; citrus fruits – 1.0, pulp of citrus fruits (dry) – 3.0*,**; vegetables with edible fruits, pumpkin type vegetables – 0.1*,**; cottonseed (seed, small, milled, edible) – 0.05*,**; cottonseed (oil, edible) – 0.04*,**; cottonseed (seeds), salad headed and leaf, stone type fruits (peaches, nectarines), soya beans (dry), soya oil – 0.2*,**; beans (dry) – 0.05*,**; beans (except broad beans and soybeans, ordinary beans (pods and seeds) – 1.0*,**; soya bens, onion (bulb), plums – 1.0*,**; soybean flour – 20.0*,**; corn (seeds, oil), potato, oats – 0.02*,**; mint (dry) – 0.5*,**; peas (pods and seeds) – 5.0*,**; oats, pepper – 0.7*,**; Chili pepper (dry) – 10.0*,**; rapeseed (seeds), asparagus, wheat, wheat sprouts, barley – 2.0*,**; wheat bran, not processed – 3.0*,**; wheat flour – 0.03*,**; meat and offal of mammals (except sea mammals), poultry meat and offal, eggs, milk – 0.02*,** - Fruits (seeded fruits) (apples, pears), grape –0.2; grapes-0.05 289 Methoprene Grain of cereals – 10.0*,**; wheat bran, not processed – 25.0*,**; corn oil (crude) – 200.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea) - 0.2*,**; milk – 0.1*,**; poultry meat, eggs and offal, offal of mammals – 0.02*,** 290 Metrafenone Grain of cereals – 0.5; grapes – 5.0 291 Metribuzin Tomatoes, potatoes-0.25; soya (beans, oil), corn (grain)- 0.1 292 Metsulfuron- methyl Cereal grain, millet -0.05 293 Mefenoxam (metalaxyl, metalaxyl M) Potato, sugar beet, red beet – 0.05; cucumbers, tomato, cabbage (headed) – 0.5; dry hop – 10.0*; sunflowerseed (seeds, oil), corn (grain), rapeseed (seeds, oil), grain of cereals – 0.1; onion (bulb) – 2.0; grapes – 2.0; tobacco – 1.0*; cauliflower, broccoli, gherkins – 0.5*,**; spinach – 2.0*,**; avocado, Brussels sprouts, cocoa beans, pumpkin, melon, water melon, currant (red and black) – 0.2*,**; citrus – 5.0*,**; carrots, cottonseed (seed); peas fresh, shelled, soya beans (dry) – 0.05*,**; salad headed – 2.0*,**; peanuts, pepper, pomaceous fruits – 1.0*,**; Chili pepper (dry) – 10.0*,** potatoes, onion, sugar beet, red beet - 0.05; cucumbers, tomatoes -0.5; cabbage -0.01; dry hop -5.0*; tobacco -1.0*; sunflower (seeds, oil), grapes, corn (grain), rape (grain, oil), cereal grain- 0.1 294 Mefenpyr-diethyl Cereal grain, corn (grain, oil) - 0.5 295 Miclobutanil Banana, dry hop, stone type fruits – 2.0*,**; grapes – 1.0*,**; currant black, pomaceous fruits, prunes – 0.5*,**; tomato – 0.3*,**; plums, including prunes – 0.2*,**; strawberry – 0,1*,**; meat and offal of CATTLE and poultry , eggs, milk – 0.01*,**NR 296 Milneb Plant food products -1.0 297 Molinat Rice - 0.2 298 Monolinuron Potatoes – 0.02; cereal grain, grain legumes - 0.2 299 Naled Vegetables-0.1; meat -0,3; potatoes, eggs, milk and milk products –0.2 300 Napropamide Sunflower (seeds) - 0.15*; sunflower (oil) - 0.05*; tomatoes, cucumbers, marrows, pumpkin -0.1*; tobacco -1.0* 301 Sodium silicofluoride Meat (including natural background) -0.4 302 Sodium salycilate NR 303 Sodium trichloroacetate Berries-0.01; sugar beet, red beet, vegetables (other than potato), fruits (seeded fruits, stone fruits), sunflower (seeds, oil), cereal grain, grain legumes -0.01 304 Naftalen-1- Ilthiocarbamide NR 305 Naphthalic anhydride Cereal grain -0.02 306 Neonol NR 307 Nicosulfuron Corn (grain)- 0.2; corn (oil)-0.1 308 Nitroalkilfеnolates NR 309 Nitrotrichloro-methane Grain to be processed 310 Novaluron Apple cake, dry – 40.0*,**; cottonseed seeds – 0.5*,**; mammals’ offal, edible – 10.0*,**; meat of mammals (except sea) – 10.0*,**, milk fat – 7.0*,**; milk – 0.4*,**; seed type fruits – 3.0*,**; potato – 0.01*,**; poultry meat – 0.01*,**;
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