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TRATAMIENTO ARANCELARIO -Oregano: Se
TRATAMIENTO ARANCELARIO
-Oregano: Se clasifica en la posición arancelaria 1211.90.90.90 del Nomenclador de
Importaciones de EE.UU. (HTSUS) que corresponde a las demás sustancias con
propiedades anestésicas, profilácticas o terapéuticas utilizas principalmente como
medicamentos o ingredientes para medicamentos distintos de las semillas plantago
psillum sin cáscara, albahaca, salvia, y otras hierbas utilizadas para te y otras infusiones
(especias simples, no mezcladas) y tiene un arancel de importación de 0 %.
REGULACIONES
-El producto está regulado por Food and Drug Administration (FDA): www.fda.gov
y por Animal Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS): www.aphis.usda.gov
-Regulaciones de Producto Generalmente Reconocido como Seguro (GRAS) se puede
consultar en 21 Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 182.10 (Se adjunta)
-Regulaciones sobre etiquetado de especias se pueden consultar en 21 CFR101.22 (Se
adjunta)
-Tolerancias de pesticidas en los alimentos se puede consultar en 40 CFR Parte180 (Se
adjunta)
-Requisitos para el Registro de Establecimiento y Notificación Previa de la nueva ley
“Bioterrorism Act of 2002” se puede consultar en:
www.fda.gov/oc/bioterrorism/bioact.html
BREVE DESCRIPCIÓN DEL MERCADO DE ESPECIAS
Estados Unidos es el importador y consumidor más grande del mundo de especias usadas
para sazonar productos alimenticios.
Cada año se incrementa el consumo de especias. El incremento se debe varios factores:
niveles de alta-rentabilidad, aumento de la población, creciente demanda de artículos de
la industria alimenticia y el gusto del consumidor que va cambiando. También el
consumo de especias se ha incrementado en el sector de alimentos dietéticos, porque las
especias pueden hacerlos más sabrosos para el consumidor. Los fabricantes y los
procesadores de alimentos están aprendiendo confiar en la condimentación distintiva para
hacer sus productos más sabrosos.
La mayoría delas especias se importan, pero aproximadamente 190.000.000 libras de
productos aromáticos que crecen en los Estados Unidos, provienen de California. Las
especias domésticas incluyen las pimientas, pimentón, hierbas tales como la albahaca, el
estragón, la menta, el perejil, el sabio, la mejorana y las semillas tales como mostaza,
eneldo, hinojo y sésamo. Los productos vegetales deshidratadas, ajo, cebolletas, perejil
y las escamas vegetales mezcladas tienen un alto porcentaje de la producción doméstica.
Las especias importadas entran en los Estado Unidos principalmente a través de los
puertos de ambas costas, pero el volumen en gran medida más grande viene a través de
New York . Llegan generalmente a granel. Primero se examinan para limpieza y deben
ser aprobadas por Food and Drug Administration antes de que se permitan dejar el
puerto. Después son llevadas a las plantas procesadoras que muelen, examinan, limpian
más a fondo y se empaquetan.
Distinto tipos de molinos se utilizan para moler las especias debido a la variedad amplia
de materiales, que deben ser procesados; las semillas, corteza, etc. Por medio de los
tamices mecánicos el molinero también regula la fineza de la rutina. Hoy, la industria de
la especia ofrece extractos de las especias en las cuales las esencias de los productos
crudos se concentran. Éstos extractos están disponibles en varias formas para resolver
necesidades específicas de la condimentación. Entre estos se incluyen aceites esenciales,
las óleo-resinas y los compuestos que contienen éstos más las especias naturales y otros
ingredientes.
Fuente: American Spice Trade Association
IMPORTADORES
ALLIED INTERNATIONAL FOODS, INC.
45500 Ruritan Circle
Sterling, VA 20164
Tel: 703-444-5515
Fax: 703-444-6493
Contacto : Carmen Navarro
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: Twww.alliedint.comT
Comentario: Manifestó interés en recibir información de exportadores argentinos de
orégano.
HERBS GAIA INC.
108 Island Ford Rd.
Brevard, NC 28712-2973
Tel: 828-884-4242
Fax: 828-883-5960
Contacto: Jackie Greenfield
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.gaiaherbs.com
Comentario: Manifestó interés en recibir información de exportadores argentinos de
orégano orgánico y convencional.
PENN HERB CO LTD
10601 Decatur Rd., Ste 2
Philadelphia, PA 19154-4321
Tel: 215-632-6336
Fax: 215-632-7945
Contacto: William Betz
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.pennherb.com
Comentario: Importan pero no de Argentina. Manifestó interés en recibir información de
exportadores argentinos de orégano
BALTIMORE SPICE INC.
9740 Reisterstown Rd.
Owings Mills, MD 21117
Tel: 410--363-1700
Fax: 410-363-6619
Contacto: Chris Rodski
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.baltimorespice.com
Comentario: Manifestó interés en recibir información de exportadores argentinos de
orégano
FAMARCO LIMITED INC.
1381 Air Rail Ave.
Virginia Beach, VA 23455
Tel: 757-460-3573
Fax: 757-460-2621
Contacto: Ken Hartfelder
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.famarco.com
Comentario: Manifestó interés en recibir información de exportadores argentinos de
orégano
PRECIOS
Precios minoristas se pueden consultar en:
http://www.localharvest.org/store/dried-herbs.jsp
http://www.pennherb.com/cgi-bin/herbstore.cgi/herb
Precios mayoristas (mercado terminal) se pueden consultar:
http://www.ams.usda.gov/fv/mncs/termherb.htm
ASOCIACIONES
American Spice Trade Association
2025 M Street, NW , Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
Tel: 202-367-1127
Fax: 202-367-2127
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.astaspice.org
FERIAS
Spring Fancy Food Show
May 6-8, 2007
McCormick Place, Chicago
Tel: 212-482-6440
Fax: 212-482-6459
Contacto: Chris Nemcheck
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.fancyfoodshows.com
Summer Fancy Food Show
Fecha: 8-10 Julio, 2007
Jacob K. Javits Center, New York
Tel: 212-482-6440
Fax: 212-482-6459
Contacto: Chris Nemcheck
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.fancyfoodshows.com
Natural Products Expo East
Fecha: 5-7 Octubre, 2006
Baltimore Convention Center
Tel: 303-998-9080
Fax: 303-939-9559
Contacto: Mike Behr
E-mail: [email protected]
Website: www.expoeast.com
WEBSITES DE UTILIDAD
-www.oregano.com
-www.astaspice.org
IMPORTACIONES DE ESTADOS UNIDOS
IMPORTACIONES EN DOLARES DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.90 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
PAIS
China
Mexico
India
Taiwan
Turkey
Canada
South Africa
France
Israel
Brazil
Hong Kong
Germany
Bolivia
Chile
Sweden
Bulgaria
Peru
Spain
Egypt
Korea
Morocco
Jamaica
Poland
Japan
Pakistan
Fiji
Albania
Indonesia
Thailand
Ukraine
Haiti
Australia
Denmark
Guatemala
Vanuatu
Macedonia
Sri Lanka
United Kingdom
Hungary
Philippines
Russia
Czech Republic
Croatia
Nigeria
Netherlands
Madagascar
2003
26,151,901
1,945,023
2,584,063
2,192,495
495,424
1,167,388
157,295
754,116
308,643
513,838
3,212,529
1,048,154
535,200
553,454
102,843
460,524
427,772
794,902
575,732
642,966
869,111
294,578
216,375
357,487
190,053
122,801
191,784
284,319
468,552
45,385
155,216
72,296
11,586
100,363
58,515
49,234
32,224
400,475
149,202
46,400
99,899
185,861
190,890
122,295
139,439
0
2004
26,723,652
1,819,972
3,436,707
1,685,324
660,610
3,250,778
763,369
1,168,454
648,765
496,141
2,167,628
1,231,615
525,510
580,875
440,401
619,578
403,184
389,489
645,438
525,253
466,299
455,221
390,358
250,336
221,238
170,121
204,693
528,049
535,273
169,801
99,573
390,043
29,689
159,435
92,538
25,051
85,178
307,427
140,025
104,730
137,112
180,730
129,342
88,693
82,957
0
2005
28,002,266
6,797,973
2,856,207
2,739,855
2,047,844
1,897,002
1,428,456
990,067
926,137
898,317
774,685
773,510
765,752
755,319
670,857
654,836
528,082
493,052
481,078
478,297
427,663
405,855
389,333
336,790
298,058
291,569
286,838
255,865
232,578
214,027
209,349
165,560
156,672
156,363
152,816
132,388
126,294
121,826
118,984
114,545
112,150
105,714
103,809
96,439
64,798
64,122
Ghana
Tanzania
Greece
Vietnam
Italy
Samoa
Argentina
Macao
Dominican Rep
Venezuela
Costa Rica
Malaysia
Namibia
Gabon
Guinea
Cameroon
Fr Polynesia
Cote d'Ivoire
Papua New Guin
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Iran
Paraguay
Singapore
New Zealand
Belgium
Romania
Tonga
Lebanon
Switzerland
Yugoslavia
Colombia
Syria
Portugal
Saudi Arabia
Kenya
Panama
Senegal
Slovak Republic
Bosnia-Hercegov
New Caledonia
Sierra Leone
Burkina Faso
El Salvador
Congo (ROC)
Slovenia
Honduras
Uruguay
Tunisia
Somalia
Finland
Georgia
53,046
0
79,230
21,640
1,188,611
0
18,940
0
70,173
13,869
0
0
29,250
47,885
0
13,165
0
0
0
3,439
0
57,748
18,697
20,000
71,144
31,959
18,766
3,150
3,375
21,775
5,236
0
6,119
2,113
0
23,300
8,768
0
4,060
2,930
10,020
10,922
0
6,600
1,062,000
0
0
0
119,078
2,443
0
237,250
40,718
17,926
73,898
16,915
827,094
0
3,735
0
98,053
90,684
0
0
27,640
35,551
0
29,581
32,190
3,285
4,860
2,400
2,992
3,540
29,725
50,876
26,987
83,112
21,819
0
0
21,310
5,220
48,010
0
9,219
0
19,438
0
9,928
0
61,758
0
0
3,430
11,295
0
3,119
2,423
18,800
0
7,313
21,900
6,375
58,845
58,500
56,312
54,694
45,822
45,325
44,883
42,023
41,762
40,068
35,605
35,304
30,598
27,897
22,844
18,898
18,000
18,000
17,502
14,145
13,060
11,147
10,150
9,600
9,463
7,340
5,357
5,000
4,375
3,591
3,539
3,504
2,777
2,772
2,500
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Austria
Zambia
Cyprus
Jordan
Latvia
TOTAL
2,880
0
26,217
8,800
3,724
52,806,924
23,367
45,000
0
3,000
2,355
55,473,496
0
0
0
0
0
60,921,199
IMPORTACIONES EN KILOGRAMOS DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.90 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
PAIS
China
Mexico
India
Taiwan
Turkey
Canada
South Africa
France
Israel
Brazil
Hong Kong
Germany
Bolivia
Chile
Sweden
Bulgaria
Peru
Spain
Egypt
Korea
Morocco
Jamaica
Poland
Japan
Pakistan
Fiji
Albania
Indonesia
Thailand
Ukraine
Haiti
Australia
Denmark
Guatemala
Vanuatu
Macedonia
Sri Lanka
United Kingdom
Hungary
Philippines
Russia
Czech Republic
Croatia
Nigeria
Netherlands
Madagascar
Ghana
Tanzania
2003
4,816,763
2,689,033
2,244,172
114,711
284,050
197,741
24,122
130,430
31,261
271,241
418,085
215,643
540,730
463,230
88
204,030
90,986
270,392
238,443
59,875
967,368
197,165
85,464
36,196
129,643
17,528
74,363
228,278
261,346
1,593
33,820
48,252
43
149,491
7,050
21,040
5,318
13,191
53,885
32,000
9,100
23,118
40,755
136,840
12,714
0
49,600
0
2004
4,757,116
1,858,933
2,168,211
201,857
310,919
1,238,034
49,142
197,300
81,195
210,749
388,092
224,789
520,538
398,110
515
236,961
97,875
126,316
276,410
43,120
453,882
314,278
103,967
24,871
151,990
21,616
88,893
555,063
240,479
48,525
21,928
102,947
147
211,992
12,100
6,338
8,315
20,722
40,608
70,136
27,092
34,001
24,828
77,375
7,477
0
4,861
7,942
2005
5,509,074
4,338,280
1,976,736
538,491
760,467
1,006,607
48,462
147,559
93,901
298,372
179,895
159,350
745,170
415,226
460
244,076
121,537
206,443
217,844
62,383
376,704
265,421
136,248
5,812
140,757
26,057
117,654
323,816
77,701
107,953
56,241
85,795
4,578
215,171
14,229
45,891
19,205
2,261
35,009
82,707
9,360
6,792
22,984
87,400
10,814
17,392
8,286
21,000
Greece
Vietnam
Italy
Samoa
Argentina
Macao
Dominican Rep
Venezuela
Costa Rica
Malaysia
Namibia
Gabon
Guinea
Cameroon
Fr Polynesia
Cote d'Ivoire
Papua New Guin
Ecuador
Ethiopia
Iran
Paraguay
Singapore
New Zealand
Belgium
Romania
Tonga
Lebanon
Switzerland
Yugoslavia
Colombia
Syria
Portugal
Saudi Arabia
Kenya
Panama
Senegal
Slovak Republic
Bosnia-Hercegov
New Caledonia
Sierra Leone
Burkina Faso
El Salvador
Congo (ROC)
Slovenia
Honduras
Uruguay
Tunisia
Somalia
Finland
Georgia
Austria
Zambia
51,229
11,109
6,776
0
6,180
0
109,479
1,005
0
0
5,750
11,878
0
1,567
0
0
0
4,000
0
4,529
4,560
1,008
38,571
1,431
4,140
210
250
2,301
1,653
0
209
475
0
11,000
1,750
0
298
194
975
2,500
0
2,068
7,075
0
0
0
137,000
600
0
2,570
1,000
0
34,750
9,758
7,898
0
644
0
42,816
5,383
0
0
5,616
8,834
0
7,198
6,438
289
190
51
425
301
20,500
3,963
1,546
1,854
4,971
0
0
790
1,046
9,798
0
2,974
0
3,620
0
3,804
0
6,311
0
0
570
3,950
0
75
4,096
9,000
0
2,009
100
75
6,623
451
23,164
7,310
7,822
13,125
11,359
3,273
92,752
1,745
202
352
7,010
6,604
25,445
5,000
900
3,895
790
4,210
2,357
1,003
7,070
2,890
330
863
1,033
300
250
30
195
991
1,237
137
10
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
Cyprus
Jordan
Latvia
TOTAL
7,790
269
214
16,383,800
0
241
147
16,287,660
0
0
0
19,627,225
IMPORTACIONES POR DISTRITO DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.90 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
DISTRITO ADUANERO
Los Angeles, CA
San Francisco, CA
New York, NY
San Diego, CA
Baltimore, MD
Chicago, IL
Laredo, TX
Cleveland, OH
Seattle, WA
Norfolk, VA
Detroit, MI
Philadelphia, PA
Great Falls, MT
Miami, FL
Houston-Galveston, TX
Boston, MA
El Paso, TX
Savannah, GA
Nogales, AZ
Pembina, ND
Charlotte, NC
Anchorage, AK
New Orleans, LA
Charleston, SC
Buffalo, NY
Washington, DC
Honolulu, HI
San Juan, PR
Columbia-Snake, OR
Dallas-Fort Worth, TX
Tampa, FL
Ogdensburg, NY
Milwaukee, WI
Minneapolis, MN
Portland, ME
St. Albans, VT
St. Louis, MO
TOTAL
2003
18,230,072
13,685,091
12,376,852
1,104,340
417,163
1,149,517
783,666
91,429
323,285
648,337
665,874
27,968
334,114
506,480
248,651
338,086
66,722
672,184
37,291
153,532
41,892
15,367
49,791
17,915
57,912
23,783
8,900
52,355
125,871
0
432,136
67,047
19,800
0
10,356
0
23,145
52,806,924
2004
16,609,314
13,938,752
12,560,802
1,113,572
626,503
1,478,870
477,538
309,357
2,688,605
1,044,034
459,878
313,685
242,145
542,900
435,297
427,575
201,566
100,567
244,833
523,594
20,498
167,335
212,461
23,324
81,321
57,436
63,615
95,119
47,670
243,059
0
93,955
14,940
3,500
0
7,126
2,750
55,473,496
2005
17,791,250
13,364,310
11,579,795
2,577,966
2,484,050
1,985,231
1,683,065
1,469,623
1,301,613
1,022,121
840,827
571,513
536,818
519,255
412,021
334,833
288,073
280,149
265,932
249,274
245,820
224,025
171,294
126,412
109,725
108,288
92,671
69,525
68,507
61,713
44,621
16,379
16,000
8,500
0
0
0
60,921,199
IMPORTACIONES POR PROGRAMA DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.90 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
PROGRAMA
No program claimed
TOTAL
2003
52,806,924
52,806,924
2004
55,473,496
55,473,496
2005
60,921,199
60,921,199
EXPORTACIONES DE ESTADOS UNIDOS
EXPORTACIONES EN DOLARES DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.95 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
EXPORTACIONES
TOTAL
2003
18,639,724
2004
34,766,466
2005
26,042,490
EXPORTACIONES EN KILOGRAMOS DE LA PARTIDA BOLSA 1211.90.90.95 EN DONDE
SE ENCUENTRA CLASIFICADO EL OREGANO
EXPORTACIONES
TOTAL
2003
5,583,137
2004
7,775,374
2005
7,223,307
Fuente: Datos compilados de Departamento de Comercio de EEUU (U.S. Department
of Commerce) Departamento del Tesoro (U.S. Treasury) y de la Comisión de
Comercio Internacional
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 21, Volume 3]
[Revised as of April 1, 2005]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access
[CITE: 21CFR182.10]
TITLE 21--FOOD AND DRUGS
CHAPTER I--FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
SERVICES (CONTINUED)
PART 182_SUBSTANCES GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE--Table of Contents
Subpart A_General Provisions
Sec. 182.10 Spices and other natural seasonings and flavorings.
Spices and other natural seasonings and flavorings that are
generally recognized as safe for their intended use, within the meaning
of section 409 of the Act, are as follows:
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Common name
Botanical name of plant source
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Alfalfa herb and seed........... Medicago sativa L.
Allspice........................ Pimenta officinalis Lindl.
Ambrette seed................... Hibiscus abelmoschus L.
Angelica........................ Angelica archangelica L. or other spp.
of Angelica.
Angelica root................... Do.
Angelica seed................... Do.
Angostura (cusparia bark)....... Galipea officinalis Hancock.
Anise........................... Pimpinella anisum L.
Anise, star..................... Illicium verum Hook. f.
Balm (lemon balm)............... Melissa officinalis L.
Basil, bush..................... Ocimum minimum L.
Basil, sweet.................... Ocimum basilicum L.
Bay............................. Laurus nobilis L.
Calendula....................... Calendula officinalis L.
Camomile (chamomile), English or Anthemis nobilis L.
Roman.
Camomile (chamomile), German or Matricaria chamomilla L.
Hungarian.
Capers.......................... Capparis spinosa L.
Capsicum........................ Capsicum frutescens L. or Capsicum
annuum L.
Caraway......................... Carum carvi L.
Caraway, black (black cumin).... Nigella sativa L.
Cardamom (cardamon)............. Elettaria cardamomum Maton.
Cassia, Chinese................. Cinnamomum cassia Blume.
Cassia, Padang or Batavia....... Cinnamomum burmanni Blume.
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Cassia, Saigon.................. Cinnamomum loureirii Nees.
Cayenne pepper.................. Capsicum frutescens L. or Capsicum
annuum L.
Celery seed..................... Apium graveolens L.
Chervil......................... Anthriscus cerefolium (L.) Hoffm.
Chives.......................... Allium schoenoprasum L.
Cinnamon, Ceylon................ Cinnamomum zeylanicum Nees.
Cinnamon, Chinese............... Cinnamomum cassia Blume.
Cinnamon, Saigon................ Cinnamomum loureirii Nees.
Clary (clary sage).............. Salvia sclarea L.
Clover.......................... Trifolium spp.
Coriander....................... Coriandrum sativum L.
Cumin (cummin).................. Cuminum cyminum L.
Cumin, black (black caraway).... Nigella sativa L.
Elder flowers................... Sambucus canadensis L.
Fennel, common.................. Foeniculum vulgare Mill.
Fennel, sweet (finocchio,
Foeniculum vulgare Mill. var. duice
Florence fennel).
(DC.) Alex.
Fenugreek....................... Trigonella foenum-graecum L.
Galanga (galangal).............. Alpinia officinarum Hance.
Geranium........................ Pelargonium spp.
Ginger.......................... Zingiber officinale Rosc.
Grains of paradise.............. Amomum melegueta Rosc.
Horehound (hoarhound)........... Marrubium vulgare L.
Horseradish..................... Armoracia lapathifolia Gilib.
Hyssop.......................... Hyssopus officinalis L.
Lavender........................ Lavandula officinalis Chaix.
Linden flowers.................. Tilia spp.
Mace............................ Myristica fragrans Houtt.
Marigold, pot................... Calendula officinalis L.
Marjoram, pot................... Majorana onites (L.) Benth.
Marjoram, sweet................. Majorana hortensis Moench.
Mustard, black or brown......... Brassica nigra (L.) Koch.
Mustard, brown.................. Brassica juncea (L.) Coss.
Mustard, white or yellow........ Brassica hirta Moench.
Nutmeg.......................... Myristica fragrans Houtt.
Oregano (oreganum, Mexican
Lippia spp.
oregano, Mexican sage, origan).
Paprika......................... Capsicum annuum L.
Parsley......................... Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Mansf.
Pepper, black................... Piper nigrum L.
Pepper, cayenne................. Capsicum frutescens L. or Capsicum
annuum L.
Pepper, red..................... Do.
Pepper, white................... Piper nigrum L.
Peppermint...................... Mentha piperita L.
Poppy seed...................... Papayer somniferum L.
Pot marigold.................... Calendula officinalis L.
Pot marjoram.................... Majorana onites (L.) Benth.
Rosemary........................ Rosmarinus officinalis L.
Saffron......................... Crocus sativus L.
Sage............................ Salvia officinalis L.
Sage, Greek..................... Salvia triloba L.
Savory, summer.................. Satureia hortensis L. (Satureja).
Savory, winter.................. Satureia montana L. (Satureja).
Sesame.......................... Sesamum indicum L.
Spearmint....................... Mentha spicata L.
Star anise...................... Illicium verum Hook. f.
Tarragon........................ Artemisia dracunculus L.
Thyme........................... Thymus vulgaris L.
Thyme, wild or creeping......... Thymus serpyllum L.
Turmeric........................ Curcuma longa L.
Vanilla......................... Vanilla planifolia Andr. or Vanilla
tahitensis J. W. Moore.
Zedoary......................... Curcuma zedoaria Rosc.
-----------------------------------------------------------------------[42 FR 14640, Mar. 15, 1977, as amended at 43 FR 3705, Jan. 27, 1978; 44
FR 3963, Jan. 19, 1979; 50 FR 21044, May 22, 1985; 61 FR 14246, Apr. 1,
1996]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 21, Volume 2]
[Revised as of April 1, 2005]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access
[CITE: 21CFR101.22]
CHAPTER I--FOOD AND DRUG ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN
SERVICES (CONTINUED)
PART 101_FOOD LABELING--Table of Contents
Subpart B_Specific Food Labeling Requirements
Sec. 101.22 Foods; labeling of spices, flavorings, colorings and
chemical preservatives.
(a)(1) The term artificial flavor or artificial flavoring means any
substance, the function of which is to impart flavor, which is not
derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice, vegetable or vegetable
juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf or similar plant
material, meat, fish, poultry, eggs, dairy products, or fermentation
products thereof. Artificial flavor includes the substances listed in
Sec. Sec. 172.515(b) and 182.60 of this chapter except where these are
derived from natural sources.
(2) The term spice means any aromatic vegetable substance in the
whole, broken, or ground form, except for those substances which have
been traditionally regarded as foods, such as
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onions, garlic and celery; whose significant function in food is
seasoning rather than nutritional; that is true to name; and from which
no portion of any volatile oil or other flavoring principle has been
removed. Spices include the spices listed in Sec. 182.10 and part 184
of this chapter, such as the following:
Allspice, Anise, Basil, Bay leaves, Caraway seed, Cardamon, Celery seed,
Chervil, Cinnamon, Cloves, Coriander, Cumin seed, Dill seed, Fennel
seed, Fenugreek, Ginger, Horseradish, Mace, Marjoram, Mustard flour,
Nutmeg, Oregano, Paprika, Parsley, Pepper, black; Pepper, white; Pepper,
red; Rosemary, Saffron, Sage, Savory, Star aniseed, Tarragon, Thyme,
Turmeric.
Paprika, turmeric, and saffron or other spices which are also colors,
shall be declared as ``spice and coloring'' unless declared by their
common or usual name.
(3) The term natural flavor or natural flavoring means the essential
oil, oleoresin, essence or extractive, protein hydrolysate, distillate,
or any product of roasting, heating or enzymolysis, which contains the
flavoring constituents derived from a spice, fruit or fruit juice,
vegetable or vegetable juice, edible yeast, herb, bark, bud, root, leaf
or similar plant material, meat, seafood, poultry, eggs, dairy products,
or fermentation products thereof, whose significant function in food is
flavoring rather than nutritional. Natural flavors include the natural
essence or extractives obtained from plants listed in Sec. Sec. 182.10,
182.20, 182.40, and 182.50 and part 184 of this chapter, and the
substances listed in Sec. 172.510 of this chapter.
(4) The term artificial color or artificial coloring means any
``color additive'' as defined in Sec. 70.3(f) of this chapter.
(5) The term chemical preservative means any chemical that, when
added to food, tends to prevent or retard deterioration thereof, but
does not include common salt, sugars, vinegars, spices, or oils
extracted from spices, substances added to food by direct exposure
thereof to wood smoke, or chemicals applied for their insecticidal or
herbicidal properties.
(b) A food which is subject to the requirements of section 403(k) of
the act shall bear labeling, even though such food is not in package
form.
(c) A statement of artificial flavoring, artificial coloring, or
chemical preservative shall be placed on the food or on its container or
wrapper, or on any two or all three of these, as may be necessary to
render such statement likely to be read by the ordinary person under
customary conditions of purchase and use of such food. The specific
artificial color used in a food shall be identified on the labeling when
so required by regulation in part 74 of this chapter to assure safe
conditions of use for the color additive.
(d) A food shall be exempt from compliance with the requirements of
section 403(k) of the act if it is not in package form and the units
thereof are so small that a statement of artificial flavoring,
artificial coloring, or chemical preservative, as the case may be,
cannot be placed on such units with such conspicuousness as to render it
likely to be read by the ordinary individual under customary conditions
of purchase and use.
(e) A food shall be exempt while held for sale from the requirements
of section 403(k) of the act (requiring label statement of any
artificial flavoring, artificial coloring, or chemical preservatives) if
said food, having been received in bulk containers at a retail
establishment, is displayed to the purchaser with either (1) the
labeling of the bulk container plainly in view or (2) a counter card,
sign, or other appropriate device bearing prominently and conspicuously
the information required to be stated on the label pursuant to section
403(k).
(f) A fruit or vegetable shall be exempt from compliance with the
requirements of section 403(k) of the act with respect to a chemical
preservative applied to the fruit or vegetable as a pesticide chemical
prior to harvest.
(g) A flavor shall be labeled in the following way when shipped to a
food manufacturer or processor (but not a consumer) for use in the
manufacture of a fabricated food, unless it is a flavor for which a
standard of identity has been promulgated, in which case it shall be
labeled as provided in the standard:
(1) If the flavor consists of one ingredient, it shall be declared
by its common or usual name.
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(2) If the flavor consists of two or more ingredients, the label
either may declare each ingredient by its common or usual name or may
state ``All flavor ingredients contained in this product are approved
for use in a regulation of the Food and Drug Administration.'' Any
flavor ingredient not contained in one of these regulations, and any
nonflavor ingredient, shall be separately listed on the label.
(3) In cases where the flavor contains a solely natural flavor(s),
the flavor shall be so labeled, e.g., ``strawberry flavor'', ``banana
flavor'', or ``natural strawberry flavor''. In cases where the flavor
contains both a natural flavor and an artificial flavor, the flavor
shall be so labeled, e.g., ``natural and artificial strawberry flavor''.
In cases where the flavor contains a solely artificial flavor(s), the
flavor shall be so labeled, e.g., ``artificial strawberry flavor''.
(h) The label of a food to which flavor is added shall declare the
flavor in the statement of ingredients in the following way:
(1) Spice, natural flavor, and artificial flavor may be declared as
``spice'', ``natural flavor'', or ``artificial flavor'', or any
combination thereof, as the case may be.
(2) An incidental additive in a food, originating in a spice or
flavor used in the manufacture of the food, need not be declared in the
statement of ingredients if it meets the requirements of Sec.
101.100(a)(3).
(3) Substances obtained by cutting, grinding, drying, pulping, or
similar processing of tissues derived from fruit, vegetable, meat, fish,
or poultry, e.g., powdered or granulated onions, garlic powder, and
celery powder, are commonly understood by consumers to be food rather
than flavor and shall be declared by their common or usual name.
(4) Any salt (sodium chloride) used as an ingredient in food shall
be declared by its common or usual name ``salt.''
(5) Any monosodium glutamate used as an ingredient in food shall be
declared by its common or usual name ``monosodium glutamate.''
(6) Any pyroligneous acid or other artificial smoke flavors used as
an ingredient in a food may be declared as artificial flavor or
artificial smoke flavor. No representation may be made, either directly
or implied, that a food flavored with pyroligneous acid or other
artificial smoke flavor has been smoked or has a true smoked flavor, or
that a seasoning sauce or similar product containing pyroligneous acid
or other artificial smoke flavor and used to season or flavor other
foods will result in a smoked product or one having a true smoked
flavor.
(7) Because protein hydrolysates function in foods as both
flavorings and flavor enhancers, no protein hydrolysate used in food for
its effects on flavor may be declared simply as ``flavor,'' ``natural
flavor,'' or ``flavoring.'' The ingredient shall be declared by its
specific common or usual name as provided in Sec. 102.22 of this
chapter.
(i) If the label, labeling, or advertising of a food makes any
direct or indirect representations with respect to the primary
recognizable flavor(s), by word, vignette, e.g., depiction of a fruit,
or other means, or if for any other reason the manufacturer or
distributor of a food wishes to designate the type of flavor in the food
other than through the statement of ingredients, such flavor shall be
considered the characterizing flavor and shall be declared in the
following way:
(1) If the food contains no artificial flavor which simulates,
resembles or reinforces the characterizing flavor, the name of the food
on the principal display panel or panels of the label shall be
accompanied by the common or usual name of the characterizing flavor,
e.g., ``vanilla'', in letters not less than one-half the height of the
letters used in the name of the food, except that:
(i) If the food is one that is commonly expected to contain a
characterizing food ingredient, e.g., strawberries in ``strawberry
shortcake'', and the food contains natural flavor derived from such
ingredient and an amount of characterizing ingredient insufficient to
independently characterize the food, or the food contains no such
ingredient, the name of the characterizing flavor may be immediately
preceded by the word ``natural'' and shall be immediately followed by
the word ``flavored'' in letters not less than one-half the height of
the letters in the name of the characterizing flavor, e.g., ``natural
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strawberry flavored shortcake,'' or ``strawberry flavored shortcake''.
(ii) If none of the natural flavor used in the food is derived from
the product whose flavor is simulated, the food in which the flavor is
used shall be labeled either with the flavor of the product from which
the flavor is derived or as ``artificially flavored.''
(iii) If the food contains both a characterizing flavor from the
product whose flavor is simulated and other natural flavor which
simulates, resembles or reinforces the characterizing flavor, the food
shall be labeled in accordance with the introductory text and paragraph
(i)(1)(i) of this section and the name of the food shall be immediately
followed by the words ``with other natural flavor'' in letters not less
than one-half the height of the letters used in the name of the
characterizing flavor.
(2) If the food contains any artificial flavor which simulates,
resembles or reinforces the characterizing flavor, the name of the food
on the principal display panel or panels of the label shall be
accompanied by the common or usual name(s) of the characterizing flavor,
in letters not less than one-half the height of the letters used in the
name of the food and the name of the characterizing flavor shall be
accompanied by the word(s) ``artificial'' or ``artificially flavored'',
in letters not less than one-half the height of the letters in the name
of the characterizing flavor, e.g., ``artificial vanilla'',
``artificially flavored strawberry'', or ``grape artificially
flavored''.
(3) Wherever the name of the characterizing flavor appears on the
label (other than in the statement of ingredients) so conspicuously as
to be easily seen under customary conditions of purchase, the words
prescribed by this paragraph shall immediately and conspicuously precede
or follow such name, without any intervening written, printed, or
graphic matter, except:
(i) Where the characterizing flavor and a trademark or brand are
presented together, other written, printed, or graphic matter that is a
part of or is associated with the trademark or brand may intervene if
the required words are in such relationship with the trademark or brand
as to be clearly related to the characterizing flavor; and
(ii) If the finished product contains more than one flavor subject
to the requirements of this paragraph, the statements required by this
paragraph need appear only once in each statement of characterizing
flavors present in such food, e.g., ``artificially flavored vanilla and
strawberry''.
(iii) If the finished product contains three or more distinguishable
characterizing flavors, or a blend of flavors with no primary
recognizable flavor, the flavor may be declared by an appropriately
descriptive generic term in lieu of naming each flavor, e.g.,
``artificially flavored fruit punch''.
(4) A flavor supplier shall certify, in writing, that any flavor he
supplies which is designated as containing no artificial flavor does
not, to the best of his knowledge and belief, contain any artificial
flavor, and that he has added no artificial flavor to it. The
requirement for such certification may be satisfied by a guarantee under
section 303(c)(2) of the act which contains such a specific statement. A
flavor user shall be required to make such a written certification only
where he adds to or combines another flavor with a flavor which has been
certified by a flavor supplier as containing no artificial flavor, but
otherwise such user may rely upon the supplier's certification and need
make no separate certification. All such certifications shall be
retained by the certifying party throughout the period in which the
flavor is supplied and for a minimum of three years thereafter, and
shall be subject to the following conditions:
(i) The certifying party shall make such certifications available
upon request at all reasonable hours to any duly authorized office or
employee of the Food and Drug Administration or any other employee
acting on behalf of the Secretary of Health and Human Services. Such
certifications are regarded by the Food and Drug Administration as
reports to the government and as guarantees or other undertakings within
the meaning of section 301(h) of the act and subject the certifying
party to the penalties for making any false report to the government
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under 18 U.S.C. 1001 and any false guarantee or undertaking under
section 303(a) of the act. The defenses provided under section 303(c)(2)
of the act shall be applicable to the certifications provided for in
this section.
(ii) Wherever possible, the Food and Drug Administration shall
verify the accuracy of a reasonable number of certifications made
pursuant to this section, constituting a representative sample of such
certifications, and shall not request all such certifications.
(iii) Where no person authorized to provide such information is
reasonably available at the time of inspection, the certifying party
shall arrange to have such person and the relevant materials and records
ready for verification as soon as practicable: Provided, That, whenever
the Food and Drug Administration has reason to believe that the supplier
or user may utilize this period to alter inventories or records, such
additional time shall not be permitted. Where such additional time is
provided, the Food and Drug Administration may require the certifying
party to certify that relevant inventories have not been materially
disturbed and relevant records have not been altered or concealed during
such period.
(iv) The certifying party shall provide, to an officer or
representative duly designated by the Secretary, such qualitative
statement of the composition of the flavor or product covered by the
certification as may be reasonably expected to enable the Secretary's
representatives to determine which relevant raw and finished materials
and flavor ingredient records are reasonably necessary to verify the
certifications. The examination conducted by the Secretary's
representative shall be limited to inspection and review of inventories
and ingredient records for those certifications which are to be
verified.
(v) Review of flavor ingredient records shall be limited to the
qualitative formula and shall not include the quantitative formula. The
person verifying the certifications may make only such notes as are
necessary to enable him to verify such certification. Only such notes or
such flavor ingredient records as are necessary to verify such
certification or to show a potential or actual violation may be removed
or transmitted from the certifying party's place of business: Provided,
That, where such removal or transmittal is necessary for such purposes
the relevant records and notes shall be retained as separate documents
in Food and Drug Administration files, shall not be copied in other
reports, and shall not be disclosed publicly other than in a judicial
proceeding brought pursuant to the act or 18 U.S.C. 1001.
(j) A food to which a chemical preservative(s) is added shall,
except when exempt pursuant to Sec. 101.100 bear a label declaration
stating both the common or usual name of the ingredient(s) and a
separate description of its function, e.g., ``preservative'', ``to
retard spoilage'', ``a mold inhibitor'', ``to help protect flavor'' or
``to promote color retention''.
(k) The label of a food to which any coloring has been added shall
declare the coloring in the statement of ingredients in the manner
specified in paragraphs (k)(1) and (k)(2) of this section, except that
colorings added to butter, cheese, and ice cream, if declared, may be
declared in the manner specified in paragraph (k)(3) of this section,
and colorings added to foods subject to Sec. Sec. 105.62 and 105.65 of
this chapter shall be declared in accordance with the requirements of
those sections.
(1) A color additive or the lake of a color additive subject to
certification under 721(c) of the act shall be declared by the name of
the color additive listed in the applicable regulation in part 74 or
part 82 of this chapter, except that it is not necessary to include the
``FD&C'' prefix or the term ``No.'' in the declaration, but the term
``Lake'' shall be included in the declaration of the lake of the
certified color additive (e.g., Blue 1 Lake). Manufacturers may
parenthetically declare an appropriate alternative name of the certified
color additive following its common or usual name as specified in part
74 or part 82 of this chapter.
(2) Color additives not subject to certification may be declared as
``Artificial Color,'' ``Artificial Color Added,'' or ``Color Added'' (or
by an equally informative term that makes clear that a color additive
has been used in the
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food). Alternatively, such color additives may be declared as ``Colored
with ------'' or ``------ color'', the blank to be filled with the name
of the color additive listed in the applicable regulation in part 73 of
this chapter.
(3) When a coloring has been added to butter, cheese, or ice cream,
it need not be declared in the ingredient list unless such declaration
is required by a regulation in part 73 or part 74 of this chapter to
ensure safe conditions of use for the color additive. Voluntary
declaration of all colorings added to butter, cheese, and ice cream,
however, is recommended.
[42 FR 14308, Mar. 15, 1977, as amended at 44 FR 3963, Jan. 19, 1979; 44
FR 37220, June 26, 1979; 54 FR 24891, June 12, 1989; 58 FR 2875, Jan. 6,
1993; 63 FR 14818, Mar. 27, 1998]
[Code of Federal Regulations]
[Title 40, Volume 23]
[Revised as of July 1, 2005]
From the U.S. Government Printing Office via GPO Access
[CITE: 40CFR180.1]
[Page 301-321]
TITLE 40--PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT
CHAPTER I--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)
PART 180_TOLERANCES AND EXEMPTIONS FROM TOLERANCES FOR PESTICIDE
CHEMICALS IN FOOD--Table of Contents
Subpart A_Definitions and Interpretative Regulations
Sec. 180.1 Definitions and interpretations.
Editorial Note: An alphabetical listing of pesticide chemicals
appears at the end of this table of contents.
Subpart A_Definitions and Interpretative Regulations
Definitions and Interpretations
Sec.
180.1 Definitions and interpretations.
180.2 Pesticide chemicals considered safe.
180.3 Tolerances for related pesticide chemicals.
180.4 Exceptions.
180.5 Zero tolerances.
180.6 Pesticide tolerances regarding milk, eggs, meat, and/or poultry;
statement of policy.
Subpart B_Procedural Regulations
Procedure for Filing Petitions
180.7 Petitions proposing tolerances or exemptions for pesticide
residues in or on raw agricultural commodities.
180.8 Withdrawal of petitions without prejudice.
180.9 Substantive amendments to petitions.
Advisory Committees
180.10 Referral of petition to advisory committee.
180.11 Appointment of advisory committee.
180.12 Procedure for advisory committee.
Adoption of Tolerance on Initiative of Administrator or on Request of
Interested Persons; Judicial Review; Temporary Tolerances; Amendment and
Repeal of Tolerances; Fees
180.29 Adoption of tolerance on initiative of Administrator or on
request of an interested person.
180.30 Judicial review.
180.31 Temporary tolerances.
180.32 Procedure for amending and repealing tolerances or exemptions
from tolerances.
180.33 Fees.
180.34 Tests on the amount of residue remaining.
180.35 Tests for potentiation.
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180.40 Tolerances for crop groups.
180.41 Crop group tables.
Subpart C_Specific Tolerances
180.101 Specific tolerances; general provisions.
180.103 Captan; tolerances for residues.
180.106 Diuron; tolerances for residues.
180.108 Acephate; tolerances for residues.
180.110 Maneb; tolerances for residues.
180.111 Malathion; tolerances for residues.
180.114 Ferbam; tolerances for residues.
180.116 Ziram; tolerances for residues.
180.117 S-Ethyl dipropylthiocarbamate; tolerances for residues.
180.121 Methyl parathion; tolerances for residues.
180.122 Parathion; tolerances for residues.
180.123 Inorganic bromide residues resulting from fumigation with methyl
bromide; tolerances for residues.
180.123a Inorganic bromide residues in peanut hay and peanut hulls;
statement of policy.
180.127 Piperonyl butoxide; tolerances for residues.
180.128 Pyrethrins; tolerances for residues.
180.129 o-Phenylphenol and its sodium salt; tolerances for residues.
180.130 Hydrogen Cyanide; tolerances for residues.
180.132 Thiram; tolerances for residues.
180.133 Lindane; tolerances for residues.
180.136 Basic copper carbonate; tolerance for residues.
180.142 2,4-D; tolerances for residues.
180.143 Dipropyl isocinchomeronate; tolerances for residues.
180.144 Cyhexatin; tolerances for residues.
180.145 Fluorine compounds; tolerances for residues.
180.149 Mineral oil; tolerances for residues.
180.151 Ethylene oxide; tolerances for residues.
180.152 Sodium dimethyldithiocarbamate; tol er ance for residues.
180.153 Diazinon; tolerances for residues.
180.154 O,O-Dimethyl S-[(4-oxo-1,2,3-benzotriazin-3(4H)yl)methyl]phosphorodithioate; tolerances for residues.
180.155 1-Naphthaleneacetic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.157 Methyl 3-[(dimethoxyphosphinyl) oxy]bu ten oate, alpha and beta
iso mers; tol er ances for res idues.
180.163 1,1-Bis(p-chlorophenyl)-2,2,2-trichloroethanol; tolerances for
residues.
180.167 Nicotine-containing compounds; tolerances for residues.
180.169 Carbaryl; tolerances for residues.
180.172 Dodine; tolerances for residues.
180.173 Ethion; tolerances for residues.
180.174 Tetradifon; tolerances for residues.
180.175 Maleic hydrazide; tolerances for residues.
180.176 Mancozeb; tolerances for residues.
180.178 Ethoxyquin; tolerances for residues.
180.180 Orthoarsenic acid; tolerance for residues.
180.181 CIPC; tolerances for residues.
180.182 Endosulfan; tolerances for residues.
180.183 O,O-Diethyl S-[2-(ethylthio)ethyl] phosphorodithioate;
tolerances for residues.
180.184 Linuron; tolerances for residues.
180.185 Dimethyl tetra chloro terephthalate; tolerances for residues.
180.189 Coumaphos; tolerances for residues.
180.190 Diphenylamine; tolerances for residues.
180.191 Folpet; tolerances for residues.
180.198 Trichlorfon; tolerances for residues.
180.199 Inorganic bromides resulting from soil treatment with
combinations of chloropicrin, methyl bromide, and propargyl
bromide; tolerances for residues.
180.200 Dicloran; tolerances for residues.
180.202 p-Chlorophenoxyacetic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.204 Dimethoate including its oxygen analog; tolerances for residues.
180.205 Paraquat; tolerances for residues.
180.206 Phorate; tolerances for residues.
180.207 Trifluralin; tolerances for residues.
180.208 N-Butyl-N-ethyl-[alpha][middot][alpha][middot][alpha]-trifluoro2,6-dinitro-p-toluidine; tolerances for residues.
180.209 Terbacil; tolerances for residues.
180.210 Bromacil; tolerances for residues.
180.211 2-Chloro-N-isopropylacetanilide; tolerances for residues.
180.212 S-Ethyl cyclohexylethyl thi o car ba mate; tolerances for
residues.
180.213 Simazine; tolerances for residues.
180.214 Fenthion; tolerances for residues.
180.215 Naled; tolerances for residues.
180.217 Ammoniates for [ethylenebis-(dith i o car ba mato)] zinc and
ethyl ene bis [dith i o car bamic acid] bi mo lec u lar and
tri mo lec u lar cyclic an hy dro sul fides and di sul fides;
tolerances for residues.
180.220 Atrazine; tolerances for residues.
180.221 O-Ethyl S-phenyl ethyl phosphono dithioate; tolerances for
residues.
180.222 Prometryn; tolerances for residues.
180.225 Phosphine; tolerances for residues.
180.226 Diquat; tolerances for residues.
180.227 Dicamba; tolerances for residues.
180.228 S-Ethyl hexahydro-1H-azepine-1-car both i oate; tolerances for
residues.
180.229 Fluometuron; tolerances for residues.
180.231 Dichlobenil; tolerances for residues.
180.232 Butylate; tolerances for residues.
180.235 Dichlorvos; tolerances for residues.
180.236 Triphenyltin hydroxide; tolerances for residues.
180.238 S-Propyl butylethylthiocarbamate; tolerances for residues.
180.239 Phosphamidon; tolerances for residues.
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180.241 S-(O,O-Diisopropyl phos phor o dith i oate) of N-(2-mer cap to
ethyl) ben zene sul fo na mide; tolerances for residues.
180.242 Thiabendazole; tolerances for residues.
180.243 Propazine; tolerances for residues.
180.245 Streptomycin; tolerances for residues.
180.249 Alachlor; tolerances for residues.
180.252 Tetrachlorvinphos; tolerances for residues.
180.253 Methomyl; tolerances for residues.
180.254 Carbofuran; tolerances for residues.
180.257 Chloroneb; tolerances for residues.
180.258 Ametryn; tolerances for residues.
180.259 Propargite; tolerances for residues.
180.261 N-(Mercaptomethyl) phthalimide S-(O,O-dimethyl
phosphorodithioate) and its oxygen analog; tolerances for
residues.
180.262 Ethoprop; tolerances for residues.
180.263 Phosalone; tolerances for residues.
180.267 Captafol; tolerances for residues.
180.268 Barban; tolerances for residues.
180.269 Aldicarb; tolerances for residues.
180.272 Tribuphos; tolerances for residues.
180.274 Propanil; tolerances for residues.
180.275 Chlorothalonil; tolerances for residues.
180.276 Formetanate hydrochloride; tolerances for residues.
180.278 Phenmedipham; tolerances for residues.
180.284 Zinc phosphide; tolerances for residues.
180.287 Amitraz; tolerances for residues.
180.288 2-(Thiocyanomethylthio) benzothi azole; tolerances for residues.
180.289 Methanearsonic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.291 Pentachloronitrobenzene; tolerance for residues.
180.292 Picloram; tolerances for residues.
180.293 Endothall; tolerances for residues.
180.294 Benomyl; tolerances for residues.
180.296 Dimethyl phosphate of 3-hydroxy-N-methyl-cis-crotonamide;
tolerances for residues.
180.297 N-1-Naphthyl phthalamic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.298 Methidathion; tolerances for residues.
180.299 Dimethyl phosphate of 3-hydroxy-N,N-dimethyl-cis-crotonamide;
tolerances for residues.
180.300 Ethephon; tolerances for residues.
180.301 Carboxin; tolerances for residues.
180.303 Oxamyl; tolerances for residues.
180.304 Oryzalin; tolerances for residues.
180.309 [alpha]-Naphthaleneacetamide; tolerances for residues.
180.311 Cacodylic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.312 4-Aminopyridine; tolerances for residues.
180.314 Triallate; tolerances for residues.
180.315 Methamidophos; tolerances for residues.
180.316 Pyrazon; tolerances for residues.
180.317 Propyzamide; tolerances for residues.
180.318 4-(2-Methyl-4-chlorophenoxy) butyric acid; tolerance for
residues.
180.319 Interim tolerances.
180.324 Bromoxynil; tolerances for residues.
180.325 2-(m-Chlorophenoxy) propionic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.328 N,N-Diethyl-2-(1-naphthalenyloxy) propionamide; tolerances for
residues.
180.330 S-[2-(Ethylsulfinyl) ethyl] O,O-dimethyl phosphorothioate;
tolerances for residues.
180.331 4-(2,4-Dichlorophenoxy) butyric acid; tolerances for residues.
180.332 Metribuzin; tolerances for residues.
180.337 Oxytetracycline; tolerance for residues.
180.339 2-methyl-4-chlorophenoxyacetic acid; tolerances for residues.
180.341 2,4-Dinitro-6-octylphenyl crotonate and 2,6-dinitro-4octylphenyl crotonate; tolerances for residues.
180.342 Chlorpyrifos; tolerances for residues.
180.345 Ethofumesate; tolerances for residues.
180.349 Fenamiphos; tolerances for residues.
180.350 Nitrapyrin; tolerances for residues.
180.352 Terbufos; tolerances for residues.
180.353 Desmedipham; tolerances for residues.
180.355 Bentazon; tolerances for residues.
180.356 Norflurazon; tolerances for residues.
180.360 Asulam; tolerance for residues.
180.361 Pendimethalin; tolerances for residues.
180.362 Hexakis (2-methyl-2-phenylpropyl)distannoxane; tolerances for
residues.
180.364 Glyphosate; tolerances for residues.
180.367 n-Octyl bicycloheptenedicarboxi mide; tolerances for residues.
180.368 Metolachlor; tolerances for residues.
180.369 Difenzoquat; tolerances for residues.
180.370 5-Ethoxy-3-(trichloromethyl)-1, 2, 4-thiadiazole; tolerances for
residues.
180.371 Thiophanate-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.372 2, 6-dimethyl-4-tridecylmorpholine; tolerances for residues.
180.373 [Reserved]
180.377 Diflubenzuron; tolerances for residues.
180.378 Permethrin; tolerances for residues.
180.379 Cyano(3-phenoxyphenyl)methyl-4-chloro-a-(1-methylethyl)
benzeneacetate; tolerances for residues.
180.380 Vinclozolin; tolerances for residues.
180.381 Oxyfluorfen; tolerances for residues.
180.383 Sodium salt of acifluorfen; tolerances for residues.
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180.384 Mepiquat (N,N-dimethylpiperidinium); tolerances for residues.
180.385 Diclofop-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.388-180.389 [Reserved]
180.390 Tebuthiuron; tolerances for residues.
180.395 Hydramethylnon; tolerances for residues.
180.396 Hexazinone; tolerances for residues.
180.399 Iprodione; tolerances for residues.
180.401 Thiobencarb; tolerances for residues.
180.403 Thidiazuron; tolerances for residues.
180.404 Profenofos; tolerances for residues.
180.405 Chlorsulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.406 Dimethipin; tolerances for residues.
180.407 Thiodicarb; tolerances for residues.
180.408 Metalaxyl; tolerances for residues.
180.409 Pirimiphos-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.410 Triadimefon; tolerances for residues.
180.411 Fluazifop-butyl; tolerances for residues.
180.412 Sethoxydim; tolerances for residues.
180.413 Imazalil; tolerances for residues.
180.414 Cyromazine; tolerances for residues.
180.415 Aluminum tris (O-ethyl phos pho nate); tolerances for residues.
180.416 Ethalfluralin; tolerances for residues.
180.417 Triclopyr; tolerances for residues.
180.418 Cypermethrin and an isomer zeta-cypermethrin; tolerances for
residues.
180.419 Chlorpyrifos-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.420 Fluridone; tolerances for residues.
180.421 Fenarimol; tolerances for residues.
180.422 Tralomethrin; tolerances for residues.
180.425 Clomazone; tolerances for residues.
180.426 2-[4,5-Dihydro-4-methyl-4-(1-methylethyl)-5-oxo-1H-imidazol-2yl]-3-quinoline carboxylic acid; tolerance for residues.
180.427 Fluvalinate; tolerances for residues.
180.428 Metsulfuron methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.429 Chlorimuron ethyl; tolerance for residues.
180.430 Fenoxaprop-ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.431 Clopyralid; tolerances for residues.
180.432 Lactofen; tolerances for residues.
180.433 Sodium salt of fomesafen; tolerance for residues.
180.434 Propiconazole; tolerances for residues.
180.435 Deltamethrin; tolerances for residues.
180.436 Cyfluthrin; tolerances for residues.
180.437 Methyl 2-(4-isopropyl-4-methyl-5-oxo-2-imidazolin-2-yl)-ptoluate and methyl 6-(4-isopropyl-4-methyl-5-oxo-2-imidazolin2-yl)-m-toluate; tolerances for residues.
180.438 Lambda-cyhalothrin and an isomer gamma-cyhalothrin; tolerances
for residues.
180.439 Thifensulfuron methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.440 Tefluthrin; tolerances for residues.
180.441 Quizalofop ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.442 Bifenthrin; tolerances for residues.
180.443 Myclobutanil; tolerances for residues.
180.444 Sulfur dioxide; tolerances for residues.
180.445 Bensulfuron methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.446 Clofentezine; tolerances for residues.
180.447 Imazethapyr; tolerances for residues.
180.448 Hexythiazox; tolerance for residues.
180.449 Avermectin B1 and its delta-8,9-isomer; tolerances
for residues.
180.450 Beta-(4-Chlorophenoxy)-alpha-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4triazole-1-ethanol; tolerances for residues.
180.451 Tribenuron methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.452 Primisulfuron-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.454 Nicosulfuron, [3-pyrid i ne car box a mide, 2-((((4,6-di meth
oxy pyrim i din-2-yl)amino car bonyl)amino sul fonyl))-N,N-di
methyl]; tolerances for residues.
180.455 Procymidone; tolerances for residues.
180.456 Oxadixyl; tolerances for residues.
180.457 Beta-([1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yloxy)-alpha-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H1,2,4-triazole-1-ethanol; tolerances for residues.
180.458 Clethodim; tolerances for residues.
180.459 Triasulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.460 Benoxacor; tolerances for residues.
180.461 Cadusafos; tolerances for residues.
180.462 Pyridate; tolerances for residues.
180.463 Quinclorac; tolerances for residues.
180.464 Dimethenamid; tolerances for residues.
180.465 4-(Dichloroacetyl)-1-oxa-4-azaspiro[4.5]decane.
180.466 Fenpropathrin; tolerances for residues.
180.467 Carbon disulfide; tolerances for residues.
180.468 Flumetsulam; tolerances for residues.
180.469 Dichlormid; tolerances for residues.
180.470 Acetochlor; tolerances for residues.
180.471 Furilazole; tolerances for residues.
180.472 Imidacloprid; tolerances for residues.
180.473 Glufosinate ammonium; tolerances for residues.
180.474 Tebuconazole; tolerances for residues.
180.475 Difenoconazole; tolerances for residues.
180.476 Triflumizole; tolerances for residues.
180.477 Flumiclorac pentyl; tolerances for residues.
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180.478 Rimsulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.479 Halosulfuron-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.480 Fenbuconazole; tolerances for residues.
180.481 Prosulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.482 Tebufenozide; tolerances for residues.
180.483 O-[2-(1,1-Dimethylethyl)-5-pyrimidinyl] O-ethyl-O-(1methylethyl) phosphorothioate; tolerances for residues.
180.484 Flutolanil (N-(3-(1-methylethoxy)phenyl)-2(trifluoromethyl)benzamide); tolerances for residues.
180.485 Cyproconazole; tolerances for residues.
180.486 Phosphorothioic acid, 0,0-diethyl 0-(1,2,2,2-tetrachloroethyl)
ester; tolerances for residues.
180.487 Pyrithiobac sodium; tolerances for residues.
180.488 Hexaconazole; tolerance for residues.
180.489 Sulfosate (Sulfonium, trimethyl-salt with N(phosphonomethyl)glycine (1:1)); tolerances for residues.
180.490 Imazapic-ammonium; tolerances for residues.
180.491 Propylene oxide; tolerances for residues.
180.492 Triflusulfuron methyl; tolerances for residues
180.493 Dimethomorph; tolerances for residues.
180.494 Pyridaben; tolerance for residues.
180.495 Spinosad; tolerances for residues.
180.496 Thiazopyr; tolerances for residues.
180.497 Clofencet; tolerances for residues.
180.498 Sulfentrazone; tolerances for residues.
180.499 Propamocarb hydrochloride, tolerances for residues.
180.500 Imazapyr; tolerances for residues.
180.501 Hydroprene; tolerances for residues.
180.502 Aminoethoxyvinylglycine hydrochloride (aviglycine HCl);
tolerances for residues.
180.503 Cymoxanil, tolerance for residues.
180.504 [Reserved]
180.505 Emamectin; tolerances for residues.
180.506 Cyclanilide; tolerances for residues.
180.507 Azoxystrobin; tolerances for residues.
180.509 Mefenpyr-diethyl; tolerance for residues.
180.510 Pyriproxyfen; tolerances for residues.
180.511 Buprofezin; tolerances for residues.
180.512 [Reserved]
180.513 Chlorfenapyr; tolerances for residues.
180.514 Cloransulam-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.515 Carfentrazone-ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.516 Fludioxonil; tolerances for residues.
180.517 Fipronil; tolerances for residues.
180.518 Pyrimethanil; tolerances for residues.
180.519 Bromide ion and residual bromine; tolerances for residues.
180.521 Fumigants for grain-mill machinery; tolerances for residues.
180.522 Fumigants for processed grains used in production of fermented
malt beverages; tolerances for residues.
180.523 Metaldehyde; tolerances for residues.
180.525 Resmethrin; tolerances for residues.
180.526 Synthetic isoparaffinic petroleum hydrocarbons; tolerances for
residues.
180.527 N-(4-fluoro phenyl)-N-(1-methyl ethyl)-2-[[5(tri fluoro methyl)1,3,4-thiadiazol-2-yl]oxy]acetamide; tolerances for residues.
180.528 Dihydro-5-heptyl-2(3H)-furanone; tolerances for residues.
180.529 Dihydro-5-pentyl-2(3H)-furanone.
180.530 2,2-Dimethyl-1,3-benzodioxol-4-ol methylcarbamate; tolerances
for residues.
180.532 Cyprodinil; tolerances for residues.
180.533 Esfenvalerate; tolerances for residues.
180.535 Fluroxypyr 1-methylheptyl ester; tolerances for residues.
180.536 Triazamate; tolerances for residues.
180.537 Isoxaflutole; tolerances for residues.
180.538 Copper; tolerances for residues.
180.539 d-Limonene; tolerances for residues.
180.540 Fenitrothion; tolerances for residues.
180.541 Propetamphos; tolerances for residues.
180.543 Diclosulam; tolerances for residues.
180.544 Methoxyfenozide; tolerances for residues.
180.545 Prallethrin (RS)-2-methyl-4-oxo-3-(2-propynyl)cyclopent-2-enyl
(1RS)-cis, trans-chrysanthemate; tolerances for residues.
180.546 Mefenoxam; tolerances for residues.
180.547 Prohexadione calcium; tolerances for residues.
180.548 Tralkoxydim; tolerances for residues.
180.549 Diflufenzopyr; tolerances for residues.
180.550 Arsanilic acid [(4-aminophenyl) arsonic acid]; tolerances for
residues.
180.551 Fluthiacet-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.552 Sulfosulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.553 Fenhexamid; tolerances for residues.
180.554 Kresoxim-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.555 Trifloxystrobin; tolerances for residues.
180.556 Pymetrozine; tolerances for residues.
180.557 Tetraconazole; tolerances for residues.
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180.558 N,N-diethyl-2-(4-methylbenzyloxy)ethylamine hydrochloride;
tolerances for residues.
180.559 Clodinafop-propargyl; tolerances for residues.
180.560 Cloquintocet-mexyl; tolerances for residues.
180.561 Acibenzolar-S-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.562 Flucarbazone-sodium; tolerances for residues.
180.563 Ethametsulfuron-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.564 Indoxacarb; tolerances for residues.
180.565 Thiamethoxam; tolerances for residues.
180.566 Fenpyroximate; tolerances for residues.
180.567 Zoxamide; tolerances for residues.
180.568 Flumioxazin; tolerances for residues.
180.569 Forchlorfenuron; tolerances for residues.
180.570 Isoxadifen-ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.571 Mesotrione; tolerances for residues.
180.572 Bifenazate; tolerance for residues.
180.573 Tepraloxydim; tolerances for residues.
180.574 Fluazinam; tolerances for residues.
180.575 Sulfuryl fluoride; tolerances for residues.
180.576 Cyhalofop-butyl; tolerances for residues.
180.577 Bispyribac-sodium; tolerances for residues.
180.578 Acetamiprid; tolerances for residues.
180.579 Fenamidone; tolerances for residues.
180.580 Iodosulfuron-Methyl-Sodium; tolerances for residues.
180.581 Iprovalicarb; tolerances for residues.
180.582 Pyraclostrobin; tolerances for residues.
180.583 Triticonazole; tolerances for residues.
180.584 Tolylfluanid; tolerances for residues.
180.585 Pyraflufen-ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.586 Clothianidin; tolerances for residues.
180.587 Famoxadone.
180.588 Quinoxyfen; tolerances for residues.
180.589 Boscalid; tolerances for residues.
180.590 2,6-Diisopropylnaphthalene (2,6-DIPN); tolerances for residues.
180.591 Trifloxysulfuron; tolerances for residues.
180.592 Butafenacil; tolerances for residues.
180.593 Etoxazole; tolerances for residues.
180.594 Thiacloprid; tolerances for residues.
180.595 Flufenpyr-ethyl; tolerances for residues.
180.596 Fosthiazate; tolerances for residues.
180.597 Mesosulfuron-methyl; tolerances for residues.
180.598 Novaluron; tolerances for residues.
180.599 Acequinocyl; tolerances for residues.
180.600 Propoxycarbazone; tolerances for residues
180.601 Cyazofamid; tolerances for residues.
180.602 Spiroxamine; tolerances for residues.
180.603 Dinotefuran; tolerances for residues.
180.604 Mepanipyrim; tolerances for residues.
180.605 Penoxsulam; tolerances for residues.
180.607 Spiromesifen; tolerances for residues.
Subpart D_Exemptions From Tolerances
180.900 Exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.905 Pesticide chemicals; exemptions from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.910 Inert ingredients used pre- and post-harvest; exemptions from
the requirement of a tolerance.
180.920 Inert ingredients used pre-harvest; exemptions from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.930 Inert ingredients applied to animals; exemptions from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.940 Tolerance exemptions for active and inert ingredients for use in
antimicrobial formulations (Food-contact surface sanitizing
solutions).
180.950 Tolerance exemptions for minimal risk active and inert
ingredients.
180.960 Polymers; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1003 Ammonia; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1008 Chloropicrin; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1011 Viable spores of the microorganism Bacillus thuringiensis
Berliner; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1016 Ethylene; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1017 Diatomaceous earth; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1019 Sulfuric acid; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1020 Sodium chlorate; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1021 Copper; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1022 Iodine-detergent complex; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1023 Propanoic acid; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1024 Paraformaldehyde; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1025 Xylene; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1027 Nuclear polyhedrosis virus of Heliothis zea; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1033 Methoprene; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1035 Pine oil; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1037 Polybutenes; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
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180.1040 Ethylene glycol; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1041 Nosema locustae; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1043 Gossyplure; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1045 Chlorotoluene; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1049 Carbon dioxide; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1050 Nitrogen; exemption from the requirements of a tolerance.
180.1052 2,2,5-trimethyl-3-dichloroacetyl-1,3-oxazolidine; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1054 Calcium hypochlorite; exemptions from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1056 Boiled linseed oil; exemption from requirement of tolerance.
180.1057 Phytophthora palmivora; exemption from requirement of
tolerance.
180.1058 Sodium diacetate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1062 Butyl benzyl phthalate; exemption from the requirement
tolerance.
180.1064 Tomato pinworm insect pheromone; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1065 2-Amino-4,5-dihydro-6-methyl-4-pro pyl-s-tri a zolo(1,5-al
pha)pyri mi din-5-one; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1066 O,O-Diethyl-O-phenylphosphoro thioate; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1067 Methyl eugenol and malathion combination; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1068 C12-C18 fatty acid potassium salts;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1069 (Z)-11-Hexadecenal; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1070 Sodium chlorite; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1071 Peanuts, Tree Nuts, Milk, Soybeans, Eggs, Fish, Crustacea, and
Wheat; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1072 Poly-D-glucosamine (chitosan); exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1073 Isomate-M; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1074 F.D.&C. Blue No. 1; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1075 Colletotrichum gloeosporioides f. sp. aeschynomene; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1076 Viable spores of the microorganism Bacillus popilliae;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1077 2,2-Dichloro-N-(1,3-dioxolan-2-yl methyl)-N-2-pro penyl ace ta
mide; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1080 Plant volatiles and pheromone; exemptions from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1083 Dimethyl sulfoxide; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1084 Monocarbamide dihydrogen sulfate; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1086 3,7,11-Trimethyl-1,6,10-dodecatriene-1-ol and 3,7,11-trimethyl2,6,10-dodecatriene-3-ol; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1087 Sesame stalks; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1089 Poly-N-acetyl-D-glucosamine; exemption from the requirement of
a tolerance.
180.1090 Lactic acid; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1091 Aluminum isopropoxide and aluminum secondary butoxide;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1092 Menthol; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1095 Chlorine gas; exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1097 GBM-ROPE; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1098 Gibberellins [Gibberellic Acids (GA3 and GA4 + GA7), and Sodium
or Potassium Gibberellate]; exemption from the requirement of
a tolerance.
180.1100 Gliocladium virens isolate GL-21; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1101 Parasitic (parasitoid) and predatory insects; exemption from
the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1102 Trichoderma harzianum KRL-AG2 (ATCC 20847) strain T22; exemption from requirement of a tolerance.
180.1103 Isomate-C; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1107 Delta endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis variety kurstaki
encapsulated into killed Pseudomonas fluorescens; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1108 Delta endotoxin of Bacillus thuringiensis variety San Diego
encapsulated into killed Pseudomonas fluorescens; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1110 3-Carbamyl-2,4,5-trichlorobenzoic acid; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1111 Bacillus subtilis GB03; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1113 Lagenidium giganteum; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1114 Pseudomonas fluorescens A506, Pseudomonas fluorescens 1629RS,
and Pseudomonas syringae 742RS; exemptions from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1118 Spodoptera exigua nuclear polyhedrosis virus; exemption from
the requirement of a tolerance.
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180.1119 Azadirachtin; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1120 Streptomyces sp. strain K61; exemption from the requirement of
a tolerance.
180.1121 Boric acid and its salts, borax (sodium borate decahydrate),
disodium octaborate tetrahydrate, boric oxide (boric
anhydride), sodium borate and sodium metaborate; exemptions
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1122 Inert ingredients of semiochemical dispensers; exemptions from
the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1124 Arthropod pheromones; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1126 Codlure, (E,E)-8,10-Dodecadien-1-ol; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1127 Biochemical pesticide plant floral volatile attractant
compounds: cinnamaldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, 4-methoxy
cinnamaldehyde, 3-phenyl propanol, 4-methoxy phenethyl
alcohol, indole, and 1,2,4-trimethoxybenzene; exemptions from
the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1128 Bacillus subtilis MBI 600; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1130 N-(n-octyl)-2-pyrrolidone and N-(n-dodecyl)-2-pyrrolidone;
exemptions from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1131 Ampelomyces quisqualis isolate M10; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1133 Methyl-1-alkylamido ethyl-2-alkyl-imidazolinium methyl sulfate;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1134 Neomycin phosphotransferase II and genetic material necessary
for its production; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1135 Pasteuria penetrans; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1139 Sodium 5-nitroguaiacolate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1140 Sodium o-nitrophenolate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1141 Sodium p-nitrophenolate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1142 1,4-Dimethylnaphthalene; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1143 Methyl anthranilate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1144 Candida oleophila isolate I-182; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1145 Pseudomonas syringae; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1146 Beauveria bassiana Strain GHA; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1147 Bacillus thuringiensis CryIIIA delta-endotoxin and the genetic
material necessary for its production.
180.1148 Occlusion Bodies of the Granulosis Virus of Cydia pomenella;
tolerance exemption.
180.1149 Inclusion bodies of the multi-nuclear polyhedrosis virus of
Anagrapha falcifera; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1150 6-Benzyladenine; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1151 Phosphinothricin Acetyltransferase (PAT) and the genetic
material necessary for its production all plants; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1153 Lepidopteran pheromones; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1154 CryIA(c) and CryIC derived delta-endotoxins of Bacillus
thuringiensis var. kurstaki encapsulated in killed Pseudomonas
fluorescens, and the expression plasmid and cloning vector
genetic constructs.
180.1155 Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies Kurstaki CryIA(c) and the
genetic material necessary for its production in all plants;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1156 Cinnamaldehyde; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1157 Cytokinins; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1158 Auxins; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1159 Pelargonic acid; exemption from the requirement of tolerances.
180.1160 Jojoba oil; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1161 Clarified hydrophobic extract of neem oil; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1162 Acrylate polymers and copolymers; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1163 Killed Myrothecium verrucaria; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1165 Capsaicin; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1167 Allyl isothiocyanate as a component of food grade oil of
mustard; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1173 Bacillus thuringiensis CryIA(b) delta-endotoxin and the genetic
material necessary for its production in all plants.
180.1174 CP4 Enolpyruvylshikimate-3-phosphate (CP4 EPSPS) and the
genetic material necessary for its production in all plants.
180.1176 Sodium bicarbonate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1177 Potassium bicarbonate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1178 Formic acid; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1179 Plant extract derived from Opuntia lindheimeri, Quercus
falcata, Rhus aromatica, and Rhizophoria mangle; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
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180.1180 Kaolin; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1181 Bacillus cereus strain BPO1; exemption from the requirement of
a tolerance.
180.1182 Coat Protein of Potato Virus Y and the genetic material
necessary for its production; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1183 Potato Leaf Roll Virus Resistance Gene (also known as orf1/orf2
gene) and the genetic material necessary for it's production;
Exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1184 Coat Protein of Watermelon Mosaic Virus-2 and Zucchini Yellow
Mosaic Virus and the genetic material necessary for its
production; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1185 Coat Protein of Papaya Ringspot Virus and the genetic material
necessary for its production; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1186 Coat protein of cucumber mosaic virus and the genetic material
necessary for its production; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1187 L-glutamic acid; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1188 Gamma aminobutyric acid; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1189 Methyl salicylate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1190 Glyphosate Oxidoreductase [GOX or GOXv247] and the genetic
material necessary for its production in all plants; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1191 Ferric phosphate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1192 Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies tolwothi Cry9C protein and
the genetic material necessary for its production in corn;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1193 Potassium dihydrogen phosphate; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1195 Titanium dioxide; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1196 Peroxyacetic acid; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1197 Hydrogen peroxide; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1198 Gliocladium catenulatum strain J1446; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1199 Lysophosphatidylethanolamine (LPE); exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1200 Pseudomonas fluorescens strain PRA-25; temporary exemption from
the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1201 Trichoderma harzianum strain T-39; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1202 Bacillus sphaericus; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1204 Harpin protein; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1205 Beauveria bassiana ATCC 74040; exemption from the
requirements of a tolerance.
180.1206 Aspergillus flavus AF36; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1207 N-acyl sarcosines and sodium N-acyl sarcosinates; exemption
from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1209 Bacillus subtilis strain QST 713; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1210 Phosphorous acid; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1212 Pseudomonas chlororaphis Strain 63-28; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1213 Coniothyrium minitans strain CON/M/91-08; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1214 Bacillus thuringiensis Cry3Bb1 protein and the genetic material
necessary for its production in corn; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1215 Bacillus thuringiensis Cry2Ab2 protein and the genetic material
necessary for its production in cotton; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1216 B-D-glucuronidase from E. coli and the genetic material
necessary for its production as a plant-pesticide inert
ingredient; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1217 Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1F protein and the genetic material
necessary for its production in corn; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1218 Indian Meal Moth Granulosis Virus; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1219 Foramsulfuron; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1220 1-Methylcyclopropene; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1221 Pseudozyma flocculosa strain PF-A22 UL; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1222 Sucrose octanoate esters; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1223 Imazamox; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1224 Bacillus pumilus GB34; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1225 Decanoic acid; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1226 Bacillus pumilus strain QST2808; temporary exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1227 Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1F protein and it genetic material
necessary for its production in or on cotton; temporary
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1228 Diallyl sulfides; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
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180.1229 Benzaldehyde; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1230 Ferrous sulfate; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1231 Lime; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1232 Lime-sulfur; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1233 Potassium sorbate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1234 Sodium carbonate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1235 Sodium hypochlorite; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1236 Sulfur; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1237 Sodium metasilicate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1238 Oil of lemon; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1239 Oil of orange; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1240 Thymol; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1241 Eucalyptus oil; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1242 Bacillus thuringiensis Cry34Ab1 and Cry35Ab1 proteins and the
genetic material necessary for their production in corn;
temporary exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1243 Bacillus subtilis var. amyloliquefaciens strain FZB24;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1244 Ammonium bicarbonate; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1245 Rhamnolipid biosurfactant; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1246 Yeast Extract Hydrolysate from Saccharomyces cerevisiae:
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1247 Bacillus thuringiensis VIP3A protein and the genetic material
necessary for its production in cotton is exempt from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1248 Exemption of citronellol from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1249 Hygromycin B phosphotransferase (APH4) marker protein and the
genetic material necessary for its production in all plants;
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1250 C8, C10, and C12 fatty acid monoesters of glycerol and
propylene glycol; exemption from the requirement of a
tolerance.
180.1251 Geraniol; exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
180.1252 Phosphomannose isomerase and the genetic material necessary for
its production in all plants; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1253 Streptomyces lydicus WYEC 108; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1254 Aspergillus flavus NRRL 21882 on peanut; exemption from
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1255 Bacillus pumilus strain QST 2808; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
180.1256 Alternaria destruens strain 059; exemption from the requirement
of a tolerance.
180.1257 Paecilomyces lilacinus strain 251; exemption from the
requirement of a tolerance.
Subpart E_Pesticide Chemicals Not Requiring a Tolerance or an Exemption
from a Tolerance
180.2000 Scope.
180.2003 Definitions.
180.2010 Threshold of regulation determinations. [Reserved]
180.2020 Non-food determinations.
Authority: 21 U.S.C. 321(q), 346a and 371.
Source: 36 FR 22540, Nov. 25, 1971, unless otherwise noted.
Editorial Note: Nomenclature changes to part 180 appear at 62 FR
66023, Dec. 17, 1997.
Alphabetical Listing of Pesticide Chemicals
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Section
Name
Number
------------------------------------------------------------------------
ACEPHATE.................................................... 180.108
ACETAMIPRID................................................. 180.578
ACETOCHLOR.................................................. 180.470
ACEQUINOCYL................................................. 180.599
ACIBENZOLAR-S-METHYL........................................ 180.561
ACRYLATE POLYMERS AND COPOLYMERS............................ 180.1162
ACRYLIC AC-STEARYL METHACRYLATE COPOLYMER................... 180.1109
ACTIVE AND INERT INGREDIENTS FOR USE IN ANTIMICROBIAL
180.940
FORMULATIONS (FOOD-CONTACT SURFACE SANITIZING SOLUTIONS)...
N-ACYL SARCOSINES AND SODIUM N-SARCOSINATE.................. 180.1207
ALACHLOR.................................................... 180.249
ALDICARB.................................................... 180.269
ALLYL ISOTHIOCYANATE AS A COMPONENT OF FOOD GRADE OIL OF
180.1167
MUSTARD....................................................
ALTERNARIA DESTRUENS STRAIN 059............................. 180.1256
ALUMINUM ISOPROPOXIDE AND ALUMINUM SECONDARY BUTOXIDE....... 180.1091
ALUMINUM TRIS (O,ETHYLPHOSPHONATE).......................... 180.415
AMETRYN..................................................... 180.258
2-AMINO-4,5-DIHYDRO-6-METHYL-4-PROPYL-S-TRIAZOLO (1,5-ALPHA) 180.1065
PYRIMIDIN-5-ONE............................................
AMINOETHOXYVINYLGLYCINE HYDROCHLORIDE (AVIGLYCINE HCI)...... 180.502
4-AMINOPYRIDINE............................................. 180.312
AMITRAZ..................................................... 180.287
AMMONIA..................................................... 180.1003
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AMMONIATES OF [ETHYLENEBIS (DITHIOCARBAMATO)] ZINC AND
180.217
ETHYLENEBIS (DITHIOCARBAMIC ACID) BIMOLECULAR AND
TRIMOLECULAR CYCLIC ANHYDROSULFIDES AND DISULFIDES.........
AMMONIUM BICARBONATE........................................ 180.1244
AMPELOMYCES QUISQUALIS ISOLATE M10.......................... 180.1131
ANTHROPOD PHEROMONES........................................ 180.1124
ARSANILIC ACID [(4-AMINOPHENYL) ARSONIC ACID]............... 180.550
ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS AF36..................................... 180.1206
ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS NRRL 21882 ON PEANUT..................... 180.1254
ASULAM...................................................... 180.360
ATRAZINE.................................................... 180.220
AUXINS...................................................... 180.1158
AVERMECTIN B\1\ AND ITS DELTA-8,9-ISOMER.................... 180.449
AZADIRACHTIN................................................ 180.1119
AZOXYSTROBIN................................................ 180.507
BACILLUS CEREUS STRAIN BP01................................. 180.1181
BACILLUS POPILLIAE, VIABLE SPORES........................... 180.1076
BACILLUS PUMILUS GB 34...................................... 180.1224
BACILLUS PUMILUS STRAIN QST 2808............................ 180.1255
BACILLUS SPHAERICUS......................................... 180.1202
BACILLUS SUBTILIS STRAIN QST 713............................ 180.1209
BACILLUS SUBTILLIS GB03..................................... 180.1111
BACILLUS SUBTILLIS MBI 600.................................. 180.1128
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS BERLINER, VIABLE SPORES.............. 180.1011
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRYIA(b) DELTA-ENDOTOXIN AND THE
180.1173
GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN ALL PLANT.
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY2Ab2 PROTEIN AND THE GENETIC
180.1215
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN CORN OR COTTON....
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY3Bb1 PROTEIN AND THE
180.1214
GENETICMATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN CORN.......
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY34Ab1 and CRY35Ab1 PROTEINS AND
180.1242
THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR THEIR PRODUCTION IN CORN
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRYIA(B) DELTA-ENDOTOXIN AND THE
180.1152
GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION (PLASMID
VECTOR PCIB4431) IN CORN...................................
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRYIIIA DELTA-ENDOTOXIN AND THE
180.1147
GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION..............
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS CRY1F PROTEIN AND ITS GENETIC
180.1227
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN OR ON COTTON......
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS SUBSPECIES KURSTAKI CRYIA(C) AND THE
180.1155
GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN ALL PLANTS
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS SUBSPECIES TOLWORTHI CRY9C PROTEIN
180.1192
AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN
CORN.......................................................
BACILLUS SUBTILIS VAR. AMYLOLIQUEFACIENS STRAIN FZB24....... 180.1243
BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS VIP3A PROTEIN AND THE GENETIC
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN COTTON............
BARBAN...................................................... 180.268
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA ATCC 74040...................... 180.1205
BEAUVERIA BASSIANA STRAIN GHA............................... 180.1146
BENOMYL..................................................... 180.294
180.1247
BENOXACOR................................................... 180.460
BENSULFURON METHYL ESTER.................................... 180.445
BENTAZON.................................................... 180.355
BENZALDEHYDE................................................ 180.1229
6-BENZYLADENINE............................................. 180.1150
BETA-([1,1'-BIPHENYL]-4-YLOXY)-ALPHA-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-1H- 180.457
1,2,4-TRIAZOLE-1-ETHANOL...................................
BIFENTHRIN.................................................. 180.442
BIFENAZATE.................................................. 180.572
BIOCHEMICAL PESTICIDE PLANT FLORAL VOLATILE ATTRACTANT
180.1127
COMPOUNDS: CINNAMALDEHYDE, CINNAMYL ALCOHOL, 4-METHOXY
CINNAMALDEHYDE, 3-PHENYL PROPANOL, 4-METHOXY PHENETHYL
ALCOHOL, INDOLE, AND 1,2,4-TRIMETHOXY BENZENE..............
1,1-BIS(P-CHLOROPHENYL)-2,2,2-TRICHLOROETHANOL.............. 180.163
BISPYRIBAC-SODIUM........................................... 180.577
BORIC ACID AND ITS SALTS, BORAX (SODIUM BORATE DECAHYDRATE), 180.1121
DISODIUM OCTABORATE TETRAHYDRATE, BORIC OXIDE (BORIC
ANHYDRIDE), SODIUM BORATE, AND SODIUM METABORATE...........
BOSCALID.................................................... 180.589
BROMACIL.................................................... 180.210
BROMIDE ION AND RESIDUAL BROMINE............................ 180.519
BROMOXYNIL.................................................. 180.324
BUPROFEZIN.................................................. 180.511
BUTAFENACIL................................................. 180.592
BUTYL BENZYL PHTHALATE...................................... 180.1062
N-BUTYL-N-ETHYL-A,A,A-TRIFLUORO-2,6-DINITRO-P-TOLUIDINE..... 180.208
CACODYLIC ACID.............................................. 180.311
CADUSAFOS................................................... 180.461
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE........................................ 180.1054
CANDIDA OLEOPHILA ISOLATE I-182............................. 180.1144
CAPSAICIN.................................................. 180.1165
CAPTAFOL.................................................... 180.267
CAPTAN...................................................... 180.103
3-CARBAMYL-2,4,5-TRICHLORBENZOIC ACID....................... 180.1110
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CARBARYL.................................................... 180.169
CARBARYL (1-NAPHTHYL N-METHYLCARBAMATE AND ITS METABOLITE 1- 180.319
NAPHTHOL, CALCULATED AS CARBARYL...........................
CARBOFURAN.................................................. 180.254
CARBON DIOXIDE.............................................. 180.1049
CARBON DISULFIDE............................................ 180.467
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE........................................ 180.1005
CARBOPHENOTHION............................................. 180.156
CARBOXIN.................................................... 180.301
CARFENTRAZONE-ETHYL......................................... 180.515
CHLORFENAPYR................................................ 180.513
CHLORDIMEFORM............................................... 180.285
CHLORIMURON ETHYL........................................... 180.429
CHLORINE GAS................................................ 180.1095
2-CHLORO-N-ISOPROPYLACETANILIDE............................. 180.211
CHLORONEB................................................... 180.257
P-CHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID.................................. 180.202
BETA-(4-CHLOROPHENOXY)-ALPHA-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-1H-1,2,4-
180.450
TRIAZOLE-1-1-ETHANOL.......................................
1-(4-CHLOROPHENOXY)-3,3-DIMETHYL- (1H-1,2,4-TRIAZOL-1-YL)-2- 180.410
BUTANONE...................................................
2-(M-CHLOROPHENOXY)PROPIONIC ACID........................... 180.325
CHLOROPICRIN................................................ 180.1008
CHLOROTHALONIL.............................................. 180.275
CHLOROTOLUENE............................................... 180.1045
CHLOROPYRIFOS............................................... 180.342
CHLORPYRIFOS-METHYL......................................... 180.419
CHLORSULFURON............................................... 180.405
CINNAMALEDHYDE.............................................. 180.1156
CIPC........................................................ 180.181
CITRONELLOL................................................. 180.1248
CLARIFIED HYDROPHOBIC EXTRACT OF NEEM OIL................... 180.1161
CLOMAZONE................................................... 180.425
CLORANSULAM-METHYL.......................................... 180.514
CLOTHIANIDIN................................................ 180.586
CLETHODIM................................................... 180.458
CLODINAFOP-PROPARGYL........................................ 180.559
CLOFENCET................................................... 180.497
CLOFENTEZINE................................................ 180.446
CLOPYRALID.................................................. 180.431
CLOQUINTOCET-METHYL......................................... 180.560
COAT PROTEIN OF CUCUMBER MOSAIC VIRUS AND THE GENETIC
180.1186
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION......................
COAT PROTEIN OF PAPAYA RINGSPOT VIRUS AND THE GENETIC
180.1185
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION......................
COAT PROTEIN OF POTATO VIRUS Y AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL
180.1182
NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION...............................
COAT PROTEIN OF WATERMELON MOSAIC VIRUS-2 AND ZUCCHINI
180.1184
YELLOW MOSAIC VIRUS AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR
ITS PRODUCTION.............................................
CODLURE, (E,E)-8,10-DODECADIEN-1-01......................... 180.1126
CONIOTHYRIUM MINITANS STRAIN CON/M/91-08.................... 180.1213
COORDINATION PRODUCT OF ZINC ION AND MANEB.................. 180.319
COPPER...................................................... 180.538
180.1021
COPPER CARBONATE, BASIC..................................... 180.136
COUMAPHOS................................................... 180.189
CRYIA(C) AND CRYIC DERIVED DELTA-ENDOTOXINS OF BACILLUS
180.1154
THURINGIENSIS VAR. KURSTAKI ENCAPSULATED IN KILLED
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS, AND THE EXPRESSION PLASMID AND
CLONING VECTOR GENETIC CONSTRUCTS..........................
CYANO(3-PHENOXYPHENYL)METHYL-4-CHLORO-A-(1-METHYLETHYL)
BENZENACETATE..............................................
CYAZOFAMID.................................................. 180.601
CYCLANILIDE................................................. 180.506
CYFLUTHRIN.................................................. 180.436
CYHALOFOP-BUTYL............................................. 180.576
CYHEXATIN................................................... 180.144
180.379
CYMOXANIL................................................... 180.503
CYPERMETHRIN AND AN ISOMER ZETA-CYPERMETHRIN................ 180.418
CYPROCONAZOLE............................................... 180.485
CYPRODINIL.................................................. 180.532
CYROMAZINE.................................................. 180.414
CYTOKININS.................................................. 180.1157
2,4-D....................................................... 180.142
DAMINOZIDE.................................................. 180.246
DECANOIC ACID............................................... 180.1225
(Z)-9-DEDECENYL ACETATE AND (Z)-11-TETRADECENYL ACETATE (GBM- 180.1097
ROPE)......................................................
DELTA ENDOTOXIN OF BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS VARIETY KURSTAKI
180.1107
ENCAPSULATED INTO KILLED PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS...........
DELTA ENDOTOXIN OF BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS VARIETY SAN DIEGO
180.1108
ENCAPSULATED INTO KILLED PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS...........
DELTAMETHRIN................................................ 180.435
DESMEDIPHAM................................................. 180.353
DIALLYL SULFIDES............................................ 180.1228
DICHLORMID.................................................. 180.469
DIATOMACEOUS EARTH.......................................... 180.1017
DIAZINON.................................................... 180.153
DICAMBA..................................................... 180.227
DICHLOBENIL................................................. 180.231
4-(DICHLOROACETYL)-1-OXA-4-AZASPIRO[4.5]DECANE.............. 180.465
3,5-DICHLORO-N-(1,1-DIMETHYL-2-PROPYNYL) BENZAMINE.......... 180.317
2,2-DICHLORO-N-(1,3-DIOXOLAN-2-YLMETHYL)-N-2PROPENYLACETAMIDE..........................................
180.1077
4-(2,4-DICHLOROPHENOXY) BUTYRIC ACID........................ 180.331
DICHLORVOS.................................................. 180.235
DICLOFOP-METHYL............................................. 180.385
DICLOSULAM.................................................. 180.543
OIL OF LEMON................................................ 180.1238
OIL OF ORANGE............................................... 180.1239
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O,O-DIETHYL S-(2-(ETHYLTHIO)ETHYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE........ 180.183
N,N-DIETHYL-2-(4-METHYLBENZYLOXY)ETHYLAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE... 180.558
N,N-DIETHYL-2-(1-NAPHTHALENYLOXY)PROPIONAMIDE............... 180.328
O,O-DIETHYL-O-PHENYLPHOSPHOROTHIOATE........................ 180.1066
DIFENOCONAZOLE.............................................. 180.475
DIFENZOQUAT................................................. 180.369
DIFLUFENZOPYR............................................... 180.549
DIFLUBENZURON............................................... 180.377
DIHYDROAZADIRACHTIN......................................... 180.1169
DIHYDRO-5-HEPTYL-2(3H)-FURANONE............................. 180.528
2-[4,5-DIHYDRO-4-METHYL-4(1-METHYLETHYL)-5-OXO-1H-IMIDAZOL-2- 180.426
YL]-3-QUINOLINE CARBOXYLIC ACID............................
DIHYDRO-5-PENTYL-2(3H)-FURANONE............................. 180.529
2,6-DIISOPROPYLNAPHTHALENE (2,6-DIPN)180.590................
S-(O,O-DIISOPROPYL PHOSPHORODITHIOATE) OF N-(2MERCAPTOETHYL) BENZENESULFONAMIDE..........................
180.241
DIMETHENAMID................................................ 180.464
DIMETHIPIN.................................................. 180.406
DIMETHOATE INCLUDING ITS OXYGEN ANALOG...................... 180.204
DIMETHOMORPH................................................ 180.493
2,2-DIMETHYL-1,3-BENZODIOXOL-4-OL METHYLCARBAMATE........... 180.530
O,O-DIMETHYL S-[4-OXO-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZIN-3 (4H)-
180.531
YLMETHYL]PHOSPHORODITHIOATE................................
O-[2-(1,1-DIMETHYLETHYL)-5-PYRIMIDNYL] O-EThYL-O-(1-
180.483
METHYLETHYL)PHOSPHOROTHIOATE...............................
1,4-DIMETHYLNAPHTHALENE..................................... 180.1142
O,O-DIMETHYL S-[(4-OXO-1,2,3-BENZOTRIAZIN-3(4H)-YL)METHYL]
180.154
PHOSPHORODITHIOATE.........................................
DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF 3-HYDROXY-N,N-DIMETHYL CIS-CROTONAMIDE 180.299
DIMETHYL PHOSPHATE OF 3-HYDROXY-N-METHYL-CIS-CROTONAMIDE.... 180.296
DIMETHYL TETRACHLOROTEREPHTHALATE........................... 180.185
DIMETHYLFORMAMIDE........................................... 180.1046
DIMETHYL SULFOXIDE.......................................... 180.1083
2,6-DIMETHYL-4-TRIDECYLMORPHOLINE........................... 180.372
2,4-DINITRO-6-OCTYLPHENYL CROTONATE AND 2,6-DINITRO-4OCTYLPHENYL CROTONATE......................................
DINOTEFURAN................................................. 180.603
DIPHENYLAMINE............................................... 180.190
DIPROPETRYN................................................. 180.329
DIPROPYL ISOCINCHOMERONATE.................................. 180.143
DIQUAT...................................................... 180.226
DIURON...................................................... 180.106
DODINE...................................................... 180.172
180.341
EGG SOLIDS (WHOLE).......................................... 180.1071
EMAMECTIN................................................... 180.505
ENDOSULFAN.................................................. 180.182
ENDOTHALL................................................... 180.293
ENDOTHALL (7-OXABICYCLO-(2,2,1) HEPTANE 2,3-DICARBOXYLIC
180.319
ACID)......................................................
CP4 ENOLPYRUVYLSHIKIMATE-3-PHOSPHATE (CP4 EPSPS) AND THE
180.1174
GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN ALL PLANTS
ESFENVALERATE............................................... 180.533
ETHALFLURALIN............................................... 180.416
ETHAMETSULFURON-METHYL...................................... 180.563
ETHEPHON.................................................... 180.300
ETHION...................................................... 180.173
ETHOPROP.................................................... 180.262
ETHOFUMESATE................................................ 180.345
ETHOXYQUIN.................................................. 180.178
5-ETHOXY-3-TRICHLOROMETHYL-1,2,4-THIADIAZOLE................ 180.370
S-ETHYL CYCLOHEXYLETHYLTHIOCARBAMATE........................ 180.212
S-ETHYL DIISOBUTYLTHIOCARBAMATE............................. 180.232
S-ETHYL DIPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE............................... 180.117
S-ETHYL HEXAHYDRO-1H-AZEPINE-1-CARBOTHIOATE................. 180.228
O-ETHYL S-PHENYL ETHYLPHOSPHONODITHIOATE.................... 180.221
ETHYLENE.................................................... 180.1016
ETHYLENE GLYCOL............................................. 180.1040
ETHYLENE OXIDE.............................................. 180.151
S-(2-(ETHYLSULFINYL)ETHYL) O,O-DIMETHYL PHOSPHOROTHIOATE.... 180.330
ETOXAZOLE................................................... 180.593
EXEMPTIONS FROM THE REQUIREMENT OF A TOLERANCE.............. 180.900
FAMOXADONE.................................................. 180.587
C8, C10, and C12 FATTY ACID MONOESTERS OF GLYCEROL AND
PROPYLENE GLYCOL...........................................
F.D.&C. BLUE NO. 1.......................................... 180.1074
FENAMIDONE.................................................. 180.579
FENAMIPHOS.................................................. 180.349
FENARIMOL................................................... 180.421
FENBUCONAZOLE............................................... 180.480
FENHEXAMID.................................................. 180.553
FENITROTHION................................................ 180.540
FENOXAPROP-ETHYL............................................ 180.430
FENPROPATHRIN............................................... 180.466
FENPYROXIMATE............................................... 180.566
FENTHION.................................................... 180.214
FERBAM...................................................... 180.114
FERRIC PHOSPHATE............................................ 180.1191
FERROUS SULFATE............................................. 180.1230
FIPRONIL.................................................... 180.517
FLUAZIFOP-BUTYL............................................. 180.411
FLUAZINAM................................................... 180.574
FLUCARBAZONE-SODIUM......................................... 180.562
FLUDIOXONIL................................................. 180.516
FLUFENPYR-ETHYL............................................. 180.595
FLUMETSULAM................................................. 180.468
FLUMICLORAC PENTYL.......................................... 180.477
180.1250
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FLUMIOXAZIN................................................. 180.568
FLUOMETURON................................................. 180.229
FLUORINE COMPOUNDS.......................................... 180.145
N-(4-FLUOROPHENYL)-N-(1-METHYLETHYL)-2-[[5-TRIFLUOROMETHYL)- 180.527
1,3,4-THIADIAZOL-2-YL]OXY]ACETAMIDE........................
FLURIDONE................................................... 180.420
FLUROXYPYR 1-METHYLHEPTYL ESTER............................. 180.535
FLUTHIACET-METHYL........................................... 180.551
FLUTOLANIL (N-(3-(1-METHYLETHOXY)PHENYL)-2-
180.484
(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)BENZAMIDE)................................
FLUVALINATE................................................. 180.427
FOOD-CONTACT SURFACE SANITIZING SOLUTIONS................... 180.940
FOLPET...................................................... 180.191
FORAMSULFURON............................................... 180.1219
FORCHLORFENURON............................................. 180.569
FORMETANATE HYDROCHLORIDE................................... 180.276
FORMIC ACID................................................. 180.1178
FOSTHIAZATE................................................. 180.596
FUMIGANTS FOR GRAIN MILL MACHINERY.......................... 180.521
FUMIGANTS FOR PROCESSED GRAINS USED IN PRODUCTION OF
FERMENTED MALT BEVERAGES...................................
FURILAZOLE.................................................. 180.471
180.522
GAMMA AMINOBUTYRIC ACID..................................... 180.1188
GERANIOL.................................................... 180.1251
GIBBERELLINS (GA3).......................................... 180.1098
GLIOCLADIUM CATENULATUM STRAIN J1446........................ 180.1198
GLIOCLADIUM VIRENS GL-21.................................... 180.1100
B-D-GLUCURONIDASE FROM E. COLI AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL
180.1216
NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION AS A PLANT-PESTICIDE INERT
INGREDIENT.................................................
GLUFOSINATE AMMONIUM........................................ 180.473
GLUTAMIC ACID............................................... 180.1187
GLYPHOSATE.................................................. 180.364
GLYPHOSATE OXIDOREDUCTASE [GOX OR GOXV247] AND THE GENETIC
180.1190
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION......................
GOSSYPLURE.................................................. 180.1043
HALOSULFURON-METHYL......................................... 180.479
HARPIN PROTEIN.............................................. 180.1204
HEXACONAZOLE................................................ 180.488
(Z)-11-HEXADECENAL.......................................... 180.1069
HEXAKIS(2-METHYL-2-PHENYLPROPYL)DISTANNOXANE................ 180.362
HEXAZINONE.................................................. 180.396
HEXYTHIAZOX................................................. 180.448
HYDROGEN CYANIDE............................................ 180.130
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE........................................... 180.1197
HYDROPRENE.................................................. 180.501
HYGROMYCIN B PHOSPHOTRANSFERASE (APH4) MARKER PROTEIN AND
THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN ALL
PLANTS.....................................................
180.1249
IMAZALIL.................................................... 180.413
IMAZAMOX.................................................... 180.1223
IMAZAPIC-AMMONIUM........................................... 180.490
IMAZAPYR.................................................... 180.500
IMAZETHAPYR................................................. 180.447
IMIDACLOPRID................................................ 180.472
INCLUSION BODIES OF THE MULTINUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS OF
180.1149
ANAGRAPH FALCIFERA.........................................
INDIAN MEAL MOTH GRANULOSIS VIRUS........................... 180.1218
INDOXACARB.................................................. 180.564
INERT INGREDIENTS APPLIED TO ANIMALS........................ 180.930
INERT INGREDITENTS OF SEMIOCHEMICAL DISPENSERS.............. 180.1122
INERT INGREDIENTS USED PRE- AND POST-HARVEST................ 180.910
INERT INGREDIENTS USED PRE-HARVEST.......................... 180.920
INORGANIC BROMIDE RESIDUES IN PEANUT HAY AND PEANUT HULLS... 180.123A
INORGANIC BROMIDE RESIDUES RESULTING FROM FUMIGATION WITH
180.123
METHYL BROMIDE.............................................
INORGANIC BROMIDES RESULTING FROM SOIL TREATMENT WITH
180.199
COMBINATIONS OF CHLOROPICRIN, METHYL BROMIDE, AND PROPARGYL
BROMIDE....................................................
INTERIM TOLERANCES.......................................... 180.319
IODINE-DETERGENT COMPLEX.................................... 180.1022
IODOSULFURON-METHYL-SODIUM.................................. 180.580
IPRODIONE................................................... 180.399
IPROVALICARB................................................ 180.581
ISOMATE-C................................................... 180.1103
ISOMATE-M................................................... 180.1073
ISOPROPYL M-CHLOROCARBANILATE (CIPC)........................ 180.319
ISOPROPYL CARBANILATE (IPC)................................. 180.319
ISOXAFLUTOLE................................................ 180.537
JOJOBA OIL.................................................. 180.1160
KAOLIN...................................................... 180.1180
KILLED MYROTHECIUM VERRUCARIA............................... 180.1163
KONTROL H.V................................................. 180.1063
KRESOXIM-METHYL............................................. 180.554
LACTIC ACID................................................. 180.1090
LACTOFEN.................................................... 180.432
LAGENIDIUM GIGANTEUM........................................ 180.1113
LAMBDA-CYHALOTHRIN.......................................... 180.438
LEPIDOPTERAN PHEROMONES..................................... 180.1153
LIME........................................................ 180.1231
D-LIMONENE.................................................. 180.539
LIME-SULFUR................................................. 180.1232
LINDANE..................................................... 180.133
LINURON..................................................... 180.184
LINSEED OIL, BOILED......................................... 180.1056
LYSOPHOSPHATIDYLETHANOLAMINE (LPE).......................... 180.1199
MALATHION................................................... 180.111
MALEIC HYDRAZIDE............................................ 180.175
MANCOZEB.................................................... 180.176
MANEB....................................................... 180.110
MEFENOXAM................................................... 180.546
MEFENPYR-DIETHYL............................................ 180.509
MENTHOL..................................................... 180.1092
MEPANIPYRIM................................................. 180.604
MEPIQUAT (N,N-DIMETHYLPIPERIDINIUM)......................... 180.384
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N-(MERCAPTOMETHYL) PHTHALIMIDE S-(O,O-DIMETHYL
180.261
PHOSPHORODITHIOATE) AND ITS OXYGEN ANALOG..................
MESOSULFURON-METHYL......................................... 180.597
METALAXYL................................................... 180.408
METALDEHYDE................................................. 180.523
METARHIZIUM ANISOPLIAE STRAIN ESF1.......................... 180.1116
METHAMIDOPHOS............................................... 180.315
METHANEARSONIC ACID......................................... 180.289
METHIDATHION................................................ 180.298
METHOMYL.................................................... 180.253
METHOPRENE.................................................. 180.1033
METHOXYFENOZIDE............................................. 180.544
METHYL-1-ALKYLAMIDO ETHYL-2-ALKYL-IMIDAZOLINIUM METHYL
180.1133
SULFATE....................................................
METHYL ANTHRANILATE......................................... 180.1143
2-METHYL-4-CHLOROPHENOXYACETIC ACID......................... 180.339
4-(2-METHYL-4-CHLOROPHENOXY) BUTYRIC ACID................... 180.318
1-METHYLCYCLOPROPENE........................................ 180.1220
METHYL 3-((DIMETHOXYPHOSPHINYL)OXY) BUTENOATE, A AND B
180.157
ISOMERS....................................................
METHYL EUGENOL/MALATHION COMBINATION........................ 180.1067
METHYL 2-(4-ISOPROPYL-4-METHYL-5-OXO-2-IMIDAZOLIN-2-YL)-P-
180.437
TOLUATE AND METHYL 6-(4-ISOPROPYL-4-METHYL-5-OXO-2IMIDAZOLIN-2-YL)-M-TOLUATE.................................
METHYL PARATHION............................................ 180.121
METHYL SALICYLATE........................................... 180.1189
METOLACHLOR................................................. 180.368
METRIBUZIN.................................................. 180.332
METSULFURON METHYL.......................................... 180.428
MINERAL OIL................................................. 180.149
MONOCARBAMIDE DIHYDROGEN SULFATE............................ 180.1084
MYCLOBUTANIL................................................ 180.443
NALED....................................................... 180.215
A-NAPHTHALENEACETAMIDE...................................... 180.309
1-NAPHTHALENEACETIC ACID.................................... 180.155
N-1-NAPHTHYL PHTHALAMIC ACID................................ 180.297
NEOMYCIN PHOSPHOTRANSFERASE II AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL
180.1134
NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION...............................
NICOSULFURON [3-PYRIDINECARBOXAMIDE, 2-((((4,6-
180.454
DIMETHOXYPYRIMIDIN-2-YL)AMINOCARBONYL) AMINOSULFONYL))-N, NDIMETHYL]..................................................
NICOTINE-CONTAINING COMPOUNDS............................... 180.167
NITROGEN.................................................... 180.1050
NORFLURAZON................................................. 180.356
NOSEMA LOCUSTAE............................................. 180.1041
NOVALURON................................................... 180.598
NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS OF HELIOTHIS ZEA................. 180.1027
OCCULSION BODIES OF THE GRANULOSIS VIRUS OF CYDIA POMENELLA. 180.1148
N-OCTYL BICYCLOHEPTENEDICARBOXIMIDE......................... 180.367
N-(N-OCTYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE AND N-(N-DODECYL)-2-PYRROLIDONE... 180.1130
ORTHOARSENIC ACID........................................... 180.180
ORYZALIN.................................................... 180.304
OXADIXYL.................................................... 180.456
OXAMYL...................................................... 180.303
OXYFLUORFEN................................................. 180.381
OXYTETRACYCLINE............................................. 180.337
PAECILOMYCES LILACINUS STRAIN 251;.......................... 180.1257
PARAFORMALDEHYDE............................................ 180.1024
PARAQUAT.................................................... 180.205
PARASITIC (PARASITOID) AND PREDATORY INSECTS................ 180.1101
PARATHION................................................... 180.122
PARATHION (O,O,DIETHYL-O-P-NITROPHENYLTHIOPHOSPHATE) OR ITS
METHYL HOMOLOG.............................................
PASTEURIA PENETRANS......................................... 180.1135
PELARGONIC ACID............................................. 180.1159
PENDIMETHALIN............................................... 180.361
PENOXSULAM.................................................. 180.605
PENTACHLORONITROBENZENE..................................... 180.291
PENTACHLORONITROBENZENE..................................... 180.319
PENTANE..................................................... 180.1014
PERMETHRIN.................................................. 180.378
PEROXYACETIC ACID........................................... 180.1196
180.319
PESTICIDE CHEMICALS......................................... 180.905
PHENMEDIPHAM................................................ 180.278
O-PHENYLPHENOL AND ITS SODIUM SALT.......................... 180.129
PHORATE..................................................... 180.206
PHOSALONE................................................... 180.263
PHOSPHAMIDON................................................ 180.239
PHOSPHINE................................................... 180.225
PHOSPHINOTHRICIN ACETYLTRANSFERASE (PAT) AND THE GENETIC
180.1151
MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR ITS PRODUCTION ALL PLANTS...........
PHOSPHOMANNOSE ISOMERASE AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY
180.1252
FOR ITS PRODUCTION IN ALL PLANTS...........................
PHOSPHOROUS ACID............................................ 180.1210
PHOSPHOROTHIOIC ACID, O,O-DIETHYL O-(1,2,2,2-
180.486
TETRACHLOROETHYL)ESTER.....................................
PHYTOPHTHORA PALMIVORA...................................... 180.1057
PICLORAM.................................................... 180.292
PINE OIL.................................................... 180.1035
PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE.......................................... 180.127
PIRIMIPHOS-METHYL........................................... 180.409
PLANT EXTRACT DERIVED FROM OPUNTIA LINDHEIMERI, QUERCUS
180.1179
FALCATA, RHUS AROMATICA, AND RHIZOPHORIA MANGLE............
PLANT VOLATILES/PHEROMONE................................... 180.1080
POLY-N-ACETYL-D-GLUCOSAMINE................................. 180.1089
POLYBUTENES................................................. 180.1037
POLY-D-GLUCOSAMINE.......................................... 180.1072
POLYHEDRAL OCCLUSION BODIES OF AUTOGRAPHA CALIFORNICA
NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS.................................
180.1125
POLYMERS....................................................
POLY(VINYLPYRROLIDONE/1-EICOSENE)........................... 180.1104
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POLY(VINYLPYRROLIDONE/1-HEXADECENE)......................... 180.1105
POTASSIUM BICARBONATE....................................... 180.1177
POTASSIUM DIHYDROGEN PHOSPHATE.............................. 180.1193
POTASSIUM OLEATE AND RELATED C12-C18 FATTY ACID POTASSIUM
180.1068
SALTS......................................................
POTASSIUM SORBATE........................................... 180.1233
POTATO LEAF ROLL VIRUS RESISTANCE GENE (ALSO KNOWN ASORF1/
180.1183
ORF2 GENE) AND THE GENETIC MATERIAL NECESSARY FOR IT'S
PRODUCTION.................................................
PRALLETHRIN (RS)-2-METHYL-4-OXO-3-(2-PROPYNYL)CYCLOPENT-2ENYL (1RS)-CIS, TRANS-CHRYSANTHEMATE.......................
PRIMISULFURON-METHYL........................................ 180.452
PROCYMIDONE................................................. 180.455
PROFENOFOS.................................................. 180.404
PROHEXADIONE CALCIUM........................................ 180.547
PROMETRYN................................................... 180.222
PROPAMOCARB................................................. 180.499
PROPANIL.................................................... 180.274
PROPARGITE.................................................. 180.259
PROPAZINE................................................... 180.243
180.545
PROPETAMPHOS................................................ 180.541
PROPICONAZOLE............................................... 180.434
PROPIONIC ACID.............................................. 180.1023
PROPOXYCARBAZONE............................................ 180.600
S-PROPYL BUTYLETHYLTHIOCARBAMATE............................ 180.238
PROPYLENE OXIDE............................................. 180.491
PROPYZAMIDE................................................. 180.317
PROSULFURON................................................. 180.481
PSEUDOMONAS CHLORORAPHIS STRAIN 63-28....................... 180.1212
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS A506, 1629RS, 742RS................. 180.1114
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS E-1053.............................. 180.1088
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS STRAIN PRA-25....................... 180.1200
PSEUDOMONAS FLUORESCENS STRAIN NCIB 12089................... 180.1129
PSEUDOMONAS SYRINGAE........................................ 180.1145
PSEUDOZYMA FLOCCULOSA STRAIN PF-A22 UL...................... 180.1221
PUCCINIA CANALICULATA (ATCC 40199).......................... 180.1123
PYMETROZINE................................................. 180.556
PYRACLOSTROBIN.............................................. 180.582
PYRAFLUFEN-ETHYL............................................ 180.585
PYRAZON..................................................... 180.316
PYRETHRINS.................................................. 180.128
PYRIDABEN................................................... 180.494
PYRIDATE.................................................... 180.462
PYRIMETHANIL................................................ 180.518
PYRITHIOBAC SODIUM.......................................... 180.487
PYRIPOXYFEN................................................. 180.510
QUINCLORAC.................................................. 180.463
QUINOXYFEN.................................................. 180.588
QUIZALOFOP-ETHYL............................................ 180.441
RESMETHRIN.................................................. 180.525
RIMSULFURON................................................. 180.478
RHAMNOLIPID BIOSURFACTANT................................... 180.1245
SETHOXYDIM.................................................. 180.412
SIMAZINE (2-CHLORO-4,6-BIS(ETHYLAMINO)-S-TRIAZINE).......... 180.213
SODIUM BICARBONATE.......................................... 180.1176
SODIUM CARBONATE............................................ 180.1234
SODIUM CHLORATE............................................. 180.1020
SODIUM CHLORITE............................................. 180.1070
SODIUM DIACETATE............................................ 180.1058
SODIUM DIMETHYLDITHIOCARBAMATE.............................. 180.152
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE......................................... 180.1235
SODIUM METASILICATE......................................... 180.1237
SODIUM 5-NITROGUAIACOLATE................................... 180.1139
SODIUM O-NITROPHENOLATE..................................... 180.1140
SODIUM P-NITROPHENOLATE..................................... 180.1141
SODIUM SALT OF ACIFLUORFEN.................................. 180.383
SODIUM SALT OF FOMESAFEN.................................... 180.433
SPINOSAD.................................................... 180.495
SIROMESIFEN................................................. 180.607
SPIROXAMINE................................................. 180.602
SPODOPTERA EXIGUA NUCLEAR POLYHEDROSIS VIRUS................ 180.1118
STREPTOMYCES LYDICUS WYEC 108............................... 180.1253
STREPTOMYCES SP. STRAIN K61................................. 180.1120
STREPTOMYCIN................................................ 180.245
SUCROSE OCTANOATE ESTERS.................................... 180.1222
SULFENTRAZONE............................................... 180.498
SULFOSATE (SULFONIUM, TRIMETHYL-SALT WITH N-
180.489
(PHOSPHONOMETHYL)GLYCINE (1:1))............................
SULFOSULFURON............................................... 180.552
SULFUR...................................................... 180.1236
SULFUR DIOXIDE.............................................. 180.444,
SULFURIC ACID............................................... 180.1019
SULFURYL FLUORIDE........................................... 180.575
SULPROFOS................................................... 180.542
SYNTHETIC ISOPARAFFINIC PETROLEUM HYDROCARBONS.............. 180.526
TEBUTHIURON................................................. 180.390
TEFLUTHRIN.................................................. 180.440
TERBACIL.................................................... 180.209
TEBUCONAZOLE................................................ 180.474
TEBUFENOZIDE................................................ 180.482
TEPRALOXYDIM................................................ 180.573
TERBUFOS.................................................... 180.352
TETRACHLOVINPHOS............................................ 180.252
1,2,4,5-TETRACHLORO-3-NITROBENZENE.......................... 180.203
TETRACONAZOLE............................................... 180.557
TETRADIFON.................................................. 180.174
TETRAHYDRO-5,5-DIMETHYL-2(1H)-PYRIMIDINONE (3-(4-
180.395
TRIFLUOROMETHYL)PHENYL)-1-(2-4-(TRIFLUOROMETHYL)PHENYL)
ETHENYL)2-PROPENYLIDENE) HYDRAZONE.........................
THIABENDAZOLE............................................... 180.242
THIACLOPRID................................................. 180.594
THIAMETHOXAM................................................ 180.565
THIAZOPYR................................................... 180.498
THIDIAZURON................................................. 180.403
THIFENSULFURON METHYL....................................... 180.439
THIOBENCARB................................................. 180.401
2-(THIOCYANOMETHYLTHIO) BENZOTHIAZOLE....................... 180.288
THIODICARB.................................................. 180.407
THIOPHANATE-METHYL.......................................... 180.371
THIRAM...................................................... 180.132
THYMOL...................................................... 180.1240
TITANIUM DIOXIDE............................................ 180.1195
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TOLERANCE EXEMPTIONS FOR MINIMAL RISK ACTIVE AND INERT
180.950
INGREDIENTS................................................
TOLYLFLUANID................................................ 180.584
TOMATO PINWORM INSECT PHEROMONE............................. 180.1064
TRALOMETHRIN................................................ 180.422
TRALKOXYDIM................................................. 180.548
TRIASULFURON................................................ 180.459
TRIAZAMATE.................................................. 180.536
TRIBENURON METHYL........................................... 180.451
TRIBUPHOS................................................... 180.272
TRIBUTYLPHOSPHOROTRITHIOITE................................. 180.186
S-2,3,3-TRICHLOROALLYL DIISOPROPYLTHIOCARBAMATE............. 180.314
TRICHLORFON................................................. 180.198
TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM KRL-AG2 (ATCC 20847) STRAIN T- 180.1102
22.........................................................
TRICHODERMA HARZIANUM STRAIN T-39........................... 180.1201
TRICLOPYR................................................... 180.417
TRIFLOXYSTROBIN............................................. 180.555
TRIFLOXYSULFURON............................................ 180.591
TRIFLUMIZOLE................................................ 180.476
TRIFLURALIN................................................. 180.207
TRIFLUSULFURON METHYL....................................... 180.492
2,2,5-TRIMETHYL-3-DICHLOROACETYL-1,3-OXAZOLIDINE............ 180.1052
3,7,11-TRIMETHYL-1,6,10-DODECATRIENE-1-OL AND 3,7,11-
180.1086
TRIMETHYL-2,6,10-DODECATRIENE-3-OL.........................
TRIPHENYLTIN HYDROXIDE...................................... 180.236
TRISULFURON................................................. 180.459
TRITICONAZOLE............................................... 180.583
VINCLOZOLIN................................................. 180.380
XYLENE...................................................... 180.1025
YEAST EXTRACT HYDROLYSATE FROM SACCHAROMYCES CEREVISIAE..... 180.1246
ZINC PHOSPHIDE.............................................. 180.284
ZIRAM....................................................... 180.116
ZOXAMIDE.................................................... 180.567
-----------------------------------------------------------------------Note: The Alphabetical Listing of Pesticide Chemicals is a finding aid
intended for the convenience of the reader. This list is compiled and
kept up to date by the Environmental Protection Agency and is revised
through July 1, 2005.
GLOSSARY
Note: The items in this glossary were compiled as an aid to the
users of the Code of Federal Regulations. Inclusion or exclusion from
this glossary has no legal significance.
APPLI = APPLICATION
C-I MET = CHOLINESTERASE-INHIBITING METABOLITES
CARB = CARBAMATES
EPWRR = EDIBLE PORTION WITH RIND REMOVED
EXC = EXCEPT
I (IN PPM COLUMN) = INTERIM TOLERANCE
INC = INCLUDING
K=CWHR = KERNEL PLUS COB WITH HUSK REMOVED
MBYP = MEAT BYPRODUCTS
MIN = MINIMUM
N (IN PPM COLUMN) = NEGLIGIBLE RESIDUES
NMT = NOT MORE THAN
NON-PER BAG/PKGD RAC = NON-PERISHABLE PACKAGED OR BAGGED RAW
AGRICULTURAL COMMODITY
PPM = PART(S) PER MILLION
POST-H = POSTHARVEST APPLICATION
PRE-H = PREHARVEST APPLICATION
PRE-S = PRESLAUGHTER APPLICATION
PRODS = PRODUCTS rollert
T (IN PPM COLUMN) = TEMPORARY TOLERANCE
[41 FR 4537, Jan. 30, 1976]
Definitions and Interpretations
(a) Administrator, without qualification, means the Administrator of
the Environmental Protection Agency.
(b) Agency, without qualification, means the Environmental
Protection Agency.
(c) [Reserved]
(d) Registration Division means the unit established within the
Environmental Protection Agency charged with administration of the
Pesticide Residue amendment to the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act
(section 408).
(e) Raw agricultural commodities include, among other things, fresh
fruits, whether or not they have been washed and colored or otherwise
treated in their unpeeled natural form; vegetables in their raw or
natural state, whether or not they have been stripped of their outer
leaves, waxed, prepared into fresh green salads, etc.; grains, nuts,
eggs, raw milk, meats, and similar agricultural produce. It does not
include foods that have been processed, fabricated, or manufactured by
cooking, freezing, dehydrating, or milling.
(f) Where raw agricultural commodities bearing residues that have
been exempted from the requirement of a tolerance, or which are within a
tolerance permitted under section 408 are used, the processed foods will
not be considered unsafe within the meaning of section 406 if:
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(1) The poisonous or deleterious pesticide residues have been
removed to the extent possible in good manufacturing practice; and
(2) The concentration of the pesticide in the preserved or processed
food when ready to eat is not greater than the tolerance permitted on
the raw agricultural commodity.
(g) For the purpose of computing fees as required by Sec. 180.33,
each group of related crops listed in Sec. 180.34(e) and each crop
group or subgroup listed in Sec. 180.41 is counted as a single raw
agricultural commodity in a petition or request for tolerances or
exemption from the requirement of a tolerance.
(h) Tolerances and exemptions established for pesticide chemicals in
or on the general category of raw agricultural commodities listed in
column A apply to the corresponding specific raw agricultural
commodities listed in column B. However, a tolerance or exemption for a
specific commodity in column B does not apply to the general category in
column A.
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------A
B
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Alfalfa....................................... Medicago sativa, (alfalfa, lucerne); Onobrychio viciaefolia
(sainfoin, holy clover, esparcet); and Lotus corniculatus
(birdsfoot trefoil); and varieties and/or hybrids of these.
Bananas....................................... Bananas, plantains.
Beans......................................... Cicer arietinum (chick peas, garbanzo beans); Lupinus spp.
(including sweet lupine, white sweet lupine, white lupine, and
grain lupine). Phaseolus spp. (including kidney beans, lima
beans, mung beans, navy beans, pinto beans, snap beans, and
waxbeans); Vicia faba (broad beans, fava beans); Vigna spp.
(including asparagus beans, blackeyed peas and cowpeas).
Beans (dry)................................... All beans above in dry form only.
Beans (succulent)............................. All beans above in succulent form only.
Blackberries.................................. Rubus eubatus (including bingleberries, black satin berries,
boysenberries, Cherokee blackberries, Chesterberries,
Cheyenne
blackberries, coryberries, darrowberries, dewberries, Dirksen
thornless berries, Himalayaberries, hullberries, Lavacaberries,
lowberries, Lucretiaberries, mammoth blackberries,
marionberries, nectarberries, olallieberries, Oregon evergreen
berries, phenomenalberries, rangerberries, ravenberries,
hybrids
rossberries, Shawnee blackberries, and varieties and/or
of these).
Broccoli...................................... Broccoli, chinese broccoli (gia lon, white flowering broccoli).
Cabbage....................................... Cabbage, Chinese cabbage (tight-heading va rieties only).
Caneberries................................... Rubus spp. (including blackberries; Rubus caesius
(youngberry);
and
Rubus loganbaccus (loganberry); Rubus occidentalis, idaeus,
strigosus (red and black raspberries); and varieties and/or
hybrids of these.
Celery........................................ Celery, Florence fennel (sweet anise, sweet fennel, finochio)
(fresh leaves and stalks only).
Cherries...................................... Sour cherries, sweet cherries.
Citrus fruits................................. Grapefruit, lemons, limes, oranges, tangelos, tangerines,
citrus
citron, kumquats, and hybrids of these.
Endive........................................ Endive, escarole.
Lettuce....................................... Lettuce, head; and lettuce, leaf
Lettuce, head................................. Lettuce, head; crisphead varieties only
Lettuce, leaf................................. Lettuce, leaf; cos (romaine), butterhead varieties
Marjoram...................................... Origanum spp. (includes sweet or annual marjoram, wild
marjoram
or oregano, and pot marjoram).
Melons........................................ Muskmelons, including hybrids and/or varieties of Cucumis
melo
(including true cantaloupe, cantaloupe, casaba, Santa Claus
Persian
melon, crenshaw melon, honeydew melon, honey balls,
melon, golden pershaw melon, mango melon, pineapple
melon,
snake melon); and watermelons, including hybrids and/or
varieties of (Citrullus spp.).
Muskmelons.................................... Cucumis melo (includes true cantaloupe, cantaloupe,
casaba,
balls,
pineapple
Santa Claus melon, crenshaw melon, honeydew melon, honey
Persian melon, golden pershaw melon, mango melon,
melon, snake melon, and other varieties and/or hybrids of
these.)
Onions........................................ Dry bulb onions, green onions, and garlic.
Onions (dry bulbs only)....................... Garlic, onions (dry bulbs only), shallots (dry bulbs only).
Onions, green................................. Green onions, leeks, spring onions or scallions, Japanese
bunching onions, green shallots, or green eschalots.
Oriental radish (root and tops)............... Raphanus sativus var. longipinnatus (root and tops),
including
radish,
Chinese or Japanese radish (both white and red), winter
daikon, lobok, lo pak, and other cultivars and/or hybrids of
these.
Peaches....................................... Peaches, nectarines
Peas.......................................... Cajanus cajan (includes pigeon peas); Cicer spp. (includes
chick
peas and garbanzo beans); Lens culinaris (lentils); Pisum spp.
(includes dwarf peas, garden peas, green peas, English peas,
field peas, and edible pod peas). [Note: A variety of pesticide
tolerances have been previously established for peas and/or
the
beans. Chick peas/garbanzo beans are now classified in both
bean and the pea categories. For garbanzo beans/chick peas
ONLY, the highest established pea or bean tolerance will apply
to pesticide residues found in this commodity.]
Peas (dry).................................... All peas in dry form only.
Peas (succulent).............................. All peas in succulent form only.
Peppers....................................... All varieties of peppers including pimentos and bell, hot, and
sweet peppers.
Rapeseed...................................... Brassica napus, B. campestris, and Crambe abyssinica
(oilseedproducing varieties only which include canola and crambe.)
Sorghum (grain)............................... Sorghum spp. [sorghum (grain), sudangrass (seed crop),
and
hybrids of these grown for its seed].
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Sorghum (fodder, forage)...................... Sorghum ssp. [(sorghum (fodder, forage), sudangrass,
and hybrids
of these grown for fodder and/or forage)].
Squash........................................ Pumpkins, summer, and winter squash.
Sugar apple................................... Annona squamosa L. (sugar apple, sweetsop, anon), and its
hybrid
L.
A. squamosa L.xA. cherimoya M. (atemoya). Also A. reticulata
(true custard apple).
Summer squash................................. Fruits of the gourd (Cucurbitaceae) family that are
consumed
when immature, 100% of the fruit is edible either cooked or
raw, once picked it cannot be stored, has a soft rind which is
easily penetrated, and if seeds were harvested they would not
germinate; e.g., Cucurbita pepo (i.e., crookneck squash,
straightneck squash, scallop squash, and vegetable marrow);
Lagenaria spp. (i.e., spaghetti squash, hyotan, cucuzza); Luffa
spp. (i.e., hechima, Chinese okra); Momordica spp. (i.e.,
bitter melon, balsam pear, balsam apple, Chinese cucumber);
Sechium edule (chayote); and other cultivars and/or hybrids of
these.
Sweet potatoes................................ Sweet potatoes, yams.
Tangerines.................................... Tangerines (mandarins or mandarin oranges); tangelos,
tangors,
and other hybrids of tangerine with other citrus.
Tomatoes...................................... Tomatoes, tomatillos.
Turnip tops or turnip greens.................. Broccoli raab (raab, raab salad), hanover salad, turnip
tops
(turnip greens).
Wheat......................................... Wheat, triticale.
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(i) Unless otherwise specified, tolerances and exemptions
established under the regulations in this part apply to residues from
only preharvest application of the chemical.
(j) Unless otherwise specified in this paragraph or in tolerance
regulations prescribed in this part for specific pesticide chemicals,
the raw agricultural commodity to be examined for pesticide residues,
shall consist of the whole raw agricultural commodity.
(1) The raw agricultural commodity bananas, when examined for
pesticide residues, shall not include any crown tissue or stalk.
(2) Shell shall be removed and discarded from nuts before
examination for pesticide residues.
(3) Caps (hulls) shall be removed and discarded from strawberries
before examination for pesticide residues.
(4) Stems shall be removed and discarded from melons before
examination for pesticide residues.
(5) Roots, stems, and outer sheaths (or husks) shall be removed and
discarded from garlic bulbs and dry bulb onions, and only the garlic
cloves and onion bulbs shall be examined for pesticide residues.
(6) Where a tolerance is established on a root vegetable including
tops and/or with tops, and the tops and the roots are marketed together,
they shall be analyzed separately and neither the pesticide residue on
the roots nor the pesticide residue on the tops shall exceed the
tolerance level, except that in the case of carrots, parsnips, and
rutabagas, the tops shall be removed and discarded before analyzing
roots for pesticide residues.
(7) The crowns (leaves at the top of the fruit) shall be removed and
discarded from pineapples before examination for pesticide residues.
(8) The term lima beans means the beans and the pod.
(9) The term peanuts means the peanut meat after removal of the
hulls.
(k) The term pesticide chemical means any substance that is a
pesticide within the meaning of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and
Rodenticide Act, including all active and inert ingredients of such
pesticide.
(l) The term negligible residue means any amount of a pesticide
chemical remaining in or on a raw agricultural commodity or group of raw
agricultural commodities that would result in a daily intake regarded as
tox i co log i cal ly insignificant on the basis of scientific judgment
of adequate safety data. Ordinarily this will add to the diet an amount
which will be less than 1/2,000th of the amount that has been
demonstrated to have no effect from feeding studies on the most
sensitive animal species tested. Such toxicity studies shall usually
include at least 90-day feeding studies in two species of mammals.
(m) The term nonperishable raw agricultural commodity means any raw
agricultural commodity not subject to rapid decay or deterioration that
would render it unfit for consumption. Examples are cocoa beans, coffee
beans,
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field-dried beans, field-dried peas, grains, and nuts. Not included are
eggs, milk, meat, poultry, fresh fruits, and vegetables such as onions,
parsnips, potatoes, and carrots.
(n) The term tolerance with regional registration means any
tolerance which is established for pesticide residues resulting from the
use of the pesticide pursuant to a regional registration. Such a
tolerance is supported by residue data from specific growing regions for
a raw agricultural commodity. Individual tolerances with regional
registration are designated in separate subsections in 40 CFR 180.101
through 180.999, as appropriate. Additional residue data which are
representative of the proposed use area are required to expand the
geographical area of usage of a pesticide on a raw agricultural
commodity having an established ``tolerance with regional
registration.'' Persons seeking geographically broader registration of a
crop having a ``tolerance with regional registration'' should contact
the appropriate EPA product manager concerning additional residue data
required to expand the use area.
(o) The term pesticide chemical residue means a residue on or in a
raw agricultural commodity or processed food of:
(1) A pesticide chemical; or
(2) Any other added substance that is present on or in the commodity
or food primarily as a result of the metabolism or other degradation of
a pesticide chemical.
(p) The term food commodity means:
(1) Any raw agricultural commodity (food or feed) as defined in
section 201(r) of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FFDCA); and
(2) Any processed food or feed as defined in section 201(gg) of the
FFDCA.
[36 FR 22540, Nov. 25, 1971]
Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec.
180.1, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and on GPO Access.
Effective Date Note: At 70 FR 33360, June 8, 2005, Sec. 180.1 was
amended by adding text to reserved paragraph (c); removing paragraph
(d); redesignating paragraphs (e) through (p) as paragraphs (d) through
(o); revising newly redesignated paragraphs (e), (j), and (n); and
revising the introductory text and adding a new paragraph (10) to newly
redesignated paragraph (i), effective Aug. 8, 2005. For the convenience
of the user, the revised and added text is set forth as follows:
Sec. 180.1 Definitions and interpretations.
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(c) FFDCA means the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, as
amended, 21 U.S.C. 301-392.
*****
(e) Where a raw agricultural commodity bearing a pesticidechemical
residue that has been exempted from the requirement of atolerance, or
which is within a tolerance permitted under FFDCA section 408, is used
in preparing a processed food, the processed food will not be considered
unsafe within the meaning of FFDCA sections 402 and 408(a), despite the
lack of a tolerance or exemption for the pesticide chemical residue in
the processed food, if:
(1) The pesticide chemical has been used in or on the
rawagricultural commodity in conformity with a tolerance under this
section;
(2) The pesticide chemical residue has been removed to theextent
possible in good manufacturing practice; and
(3) The concentration of the pesticide chemical residue in
theprocessed food is not greater than the tolerance prescribed for
thepesticide chemical residue on the raw agricultural commodity.
*****
(i) Unless otherwise specified in this paragraph or in tolerance
regulations prescribed in this part for specific pesticide chemicals,
the raw agricultural commodity or processed food to be examined for
pesticide residues, shall consist of the whole raw agricultural
commodity or processed food.
*****
(10) For processed foods consisting primarily of one ingredient and
sold in a form requiring further preparation prior to consumption (e.g.,
fruit juice concentrates, dehydrated vegetables, and powdered potatoes),
the processed food to be examined for residues shall be the whole
processed commodity after compensating for or reconstituting to the
commodity's normal moisture content, unless a tolerance for the
concentrated or dehydrated food form is included in this part. If there
exists a tolerance for a specific pesticide on the processed food in its
concentrated or dehydrated food form, for the purpose of determining
whether the food is
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in compliance with that tolerance, the processed food to be examined for
residues shall be the whole processed commodity on an ``as is'' basis.
*****
(j) The term pesticide chemical shall have the meaning specified in
FFDCA section 201(q)(1), as amended, except as provided in Sec. 180.4.
*****
(n) The term pesticide chemical residue shall have the meaning
specified in FFDCA section 201(q)(2), as amended, except as provided in
Sec. 180.4.

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