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Codes & Codes of Practice as amended, taking into account amendments up to Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2015 (No. 1)
This instrument makes the APVMA’s MRL Standard, as it existed when it was last amended on 4 December 2012, as a legislative instrument.
Administered by: Agriculture
Registered 16 Feb 2015
Start Date 07 Feb 2015
End Date 06 Mar 2015

 

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) 2012

 

as amended

made under subsection 32(1) of the

Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992

This compilation was prepared on 13 February 2015
taking into account amendments up to Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2015 (No. 1)

 

Prepared by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority


 

Part 1                 Preliminary

1                 Name of Instrument

                   This Instrument is the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) 2012.

2                 Commencement

                   This Instrument commences on 1 January 2013.

3                 Object

                   The object of this Instrument is to establish approved standards for residues of chemical products in protected commodities.

                   Note   Section 7A of the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992 requires the APVMA to publish, in an appropriate manner, in each calendar year approved standards for residues of chemical products in protected commodities.

4                 Background

        (1)      The MRL Standard set out in the Schedule lists MRLs of substances which may arise from the approved use of those substances or other substances, and provides the relevant residue definitions to which these MRLs apply. 

        (2)      The APVMA sets MRLs for agricultural and veterinary chemicals in agricultural produce, particularly produce entering the food chain.  These MRLs are set at levels which are not likely to be exceeded if the agricultural or veterinary chemicals are used in accordance with their approved label instructions.  At the time the MRLs are set the APVMA undertakes a dietary exposure evaluation to ensure the levels do not pose an undue hazard to human health.

        (3)      In addition to the MRLs set by the APVMA (and its predecessor, the National Registration Authority for Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (NRA)), the MRL Standard includes recommendations made by the former Pesticides and Agricultural Chemicals Standing Committee (PACSC) of the National Health and Medical Research Council. 

        (4)      The MRL Standard also includes recommendations by the former Chemicals Safety Unit (CSU) of the Commonwealth Department of Human Services and Health.  The CSU was responsible for recommending MRLs for agricultural chemicals in food and animal feedstuffs, and for maintaining the MRL Standard, from the disbandment of the PACSC until 30 June 1994, when this function was formally transferred to the then NRA on 1 July 1994.  From 15 March 1994, the then NRA has set MRLs for agricultural chemicals in food and animal feedstuffs and has maintained the MRL Standard.  On 30 July 2004 the name of the NRA was changed to the APVMA. Prior to the making of this Instrument, the APVMA published the MRL Standard on its website.  

5                 Interpretation

        (1)       Pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 13(1) of the Legislative Instruments Act 2003, an expression used in the Agvet Code Act and in this Instrument has the same meaning in this Instrument as in the Agvet Code Act.

        (2)       In this Instrument: ‑ 

Agvet Code means the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code which is a Schedule to the Agvet Code Act;

Agvet Code Act means the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994;

extraneous residue limit (ERL) refers to a pesticide residue arising from environmental sources (including former agricultural uses) other than the use of the chemical directly or indirectly on the food, agricultural commodity or animal feed.  ERL means the maximum concentration of the pesticide residue that is recommended to be legally permitted or recognised as acceptable in or on a food, agricultural commodity or animal feed; 

feed additive means any substance or agent added to the basic feed mix for continuous long-term administration to livestock for specific purposes, for example, enhancing production or maintenance or health above the levels obtained from the basic feed, improvement of storage qualities or the palatability of the basic feed mix;

good agricultural practice means the nationally recommended, authorised or registered use-pattern of chemicals, that is necessary for effective and reliable pest control under actual conditions at any stage of production, storage, transport, distribution and processing of food commodities and animal feed;

maximum residue limit (MRL) means the maximum concentration of a residue resulting from the registered use of an agricultural or veterinary chemical which is legally permitted or recognised as acceptable to be present in or on a food, agricultural commodity or animal feed; 

the MRL Standard means the MRL Standard ‑ Maximum Residue Limits in Food and Animal Feedstuff as set out in the Schedule; 

primary feed commodity means a pasture, grain, forage or fodder in, or nearly in, its natural state intended for use by:

(a)    farmers as stockfeed for use without further processing for livestock animals, or after silaging or similar farm processes; or

(b)    stockfood manufacturers as a raw material for preparing compound feeds;

residue definition means the residue to which the MRL or ERL applies for each chemical as set out in Table 3 of the Schedule.

 


Part 2                 The MRL Standard

  

6                 The MRL Standard

         (1)      The Schedule to this Instrument sets out the MRL Standard – Maximum Residue Limits in Food and Animal Feedstuff

 

 


 

Schedule — The MRL Standard

Part 1                 Preliminary

1                 Explanation

        (1)       An asterisk ‘*’ in the Tables to the Schedule denotes that the MRL or the ERL is set at or about the limit of analytical quantitation.

        (2)       A ‘T’ in the Tables to the Schedule denotes that the MRL or ERL, residue definition or use is temporary to enable further experimental work to be carried out in Australia or overseas, and will be reconsidered at some future date. This symbol is also used in cases where an MRL or ERL is being phased out. 

        (3)       An ‘E’ in the Tables to the Schedule denotes an ERL. 

        (4)       The food commodity designations and their codes used in the Tables have been adopted from the Codex Classification of Foods and Animal Feeds (Part 4 of the Guide to Codex Recommendations Concerning Pesticide Residues, second edition, 1989) with minor modifications.  The code is included in the MRL Standard entry to assist in associating Australian MRLs with Codex MRLs.  Where a commodity does not have a Codex classification, it is entered in the MRL Standard without a code.  Modification of a Codex classification is denoted by [  ]. 

        (5)       MRLs set for `groups' of commodities are applicable to all members of the group as designated in the Codex classification.

        (6)       Methods of analysis for measuring residues in food commodities must be appropriate to the residues defined in Table 3.  Such methods are in most cases available in published manuals or in the chemical literature.  Appropriate sources of methods for many compounds are available in the Guide to Codex Recommendations Concerning Residues.  While the analyses are not confined to any particular method, they are subject to the necessary quality control procedures, including adequate recovery, minimal blank, a sufficiently low limit of analytical quantitation and absence of significant interferences.  The analyst may choose any method appropriate to the compound, the commodity and the equipment, facilities and expertise available in the laboratory.

        (7)       An MRL shall be regarded as being exceeded if the result of an analysis (by an experienced residue analyst on a sample taken according to official protocols), when rounded according to the Australian Standards SAA 2706-2003 to the number of significant figures in the MRL, exceeds the level set in the MRL Standard, taking into account the accuracy of the analysis.

        (8)       For a food which is not specified but consists of, or contains, or is manufactured from one or more of the foods specified (e.g. fruit juice), the presence of residues at a level not greater than the respective MRLs is considered acceptable where there is no evidence of concentration.  Where there is evidence of concentration, separate MRLs may be set for the appropriate commodities (e.g. wine, wheat germ).

        (9)       The concentration of MRLs and ERLs are expressed in milligrams per kilogram of the food, agricultural commodity or animal feed or milligrams per litre for liquids

      (10)       MRLs on food commodities (Table 1) are expressed on a "fresh-weight" or "as received" basis.  MRLs on animal feeds (Table 4) are normally expressed on a "dry-weight" basis.  Expression on a "dry weight" basis means that where the sample is analysed on a "fresh weight" basis, a moisture level is determined on a separate subsample and the residue is calculated as if it were all in the dried portion.  However, it should be noted MRLs which apply to primary human food commodities also apply when these commodities are used as animal feed commodities.

      (11)       As a matter of policy MRLs are not set for residues in tobacco or in agricultural commodities used primarily for fibre production, such as flax, cotton balls, hemp, wool or mohair, or hides of leather as these are not food commodities.

      (12)       In normal practice MRLs are not set for residues in agricultural commodities used primarily for human or veterinary drug or medicine production, since it is assumed that processing under good manufacturing practices will remove any residues which might constitute a toxicological hazard to human health.

2                 Meat and Milk [in the fat]

        (1)       Where a MRL is determined for meat or milk and the chemical concerned is fat soluble, the commodity is designated with the qualification ‘[in the fat]’. 

        (2)       ‘Meat’ MRLs are expressed on a fat basis rather than on a whole product basis. 

        (3)       The approach followed in the MRL Standard is that a portion of adhering fat is analysed and the MRLs apply to the clean, dry fat. 

        (4)       When a MRL for cattle milk or milks is qualified by ‘[in the fat]’, the MRL applies to the fat portion of the milk.  Thus, MRLs are expressed on a fat basis.  In a derived or manufactured milk product with a fat content of 2% or more, the MRL also applies to the fat portion.  For a milk product with a fat content of less than 2%, the MRL applied should be 1/50 of that for ‘milk [in the fat]’ and should apply to the whole product.

 

 

 


Part 2                The Tables

1                 Table 1 MRLs in Food Commodities

        (1)       Table 1 lists residues of substances which may occur in food commodities and for which a MRL or an ERL applies.  The particular food commodity is set out in column 2 of Table 1 and the MRL (or the ERL) for that food commodity is in column 3. 

        (2)       Residues of a substance may arise from approved uses of that or another substance, or from extraneous contamination. 

2                 Table 2 — Commodity Portions

        (1)       Table 2 lists the portion of the commodity to which the maximum residue limit applies (and which is analysed). 

        (2)       Table 2 is derived from the Codex Classification of Foods and Animal Feeds, second edition, 1989.

        (3)       MRLs are in most cases stated in terms of a specific whole raw agricultural commodity as it moves in trade.  In some instances a qualification is included that describes the part of the raw agricultural commodity to which the MRL applies.  In other instances such qualifications are not provided.  Therefore, unless otherwise specified, the portion of the raw agricultural commodity to which the MRL applies and which is to be prepared as the analytical sample for the determination of residues is as described in Table 2.

3                 Table 3 — Residue definitions

        (1)       MRLs for a commodity are set for residues measured by a valid method of analysis.  This method may measure the chemical or a derivative of the chemical and may include metabolites originating from the parent compound or other chemicals.  In some cases, the nominal concentration of the parent compound is calculated from the measured concentration of a metabolite, but in other cases a derivative or metabolite is used as a measure of the residue.   

     (1A)       Unless otherwise stated, the residue definitions are established both for compliance with MRLs and for estimation of dietary intake for dietary risk assessment. Where separate definitions for compliance and for dietary risk are established they are identified and the compliance definition must be used for comparison with MRLs established in Table 1.

        (2)       Table 3 sets out the residue to which the MRL applies for each chemical compound.  Residue definitions for compounds which no longer have entries in Tables 1, 4 or 5 have been retained in Table 3 for reference as analyses may still be required for compounds whose use is no longer permitted. 

4                 Table 4 — Animal Feed Commodities

        (1)       Table 4 lists MRLs and ERLs for residues of substances that may occur in animal feed commodities.  Residues of a substance may arise from approved uses of that or another substance, or from extraneous contamination.  Entries in Table 4 are normally expressed on a dry weight basis. 

        (2)       Feed commodities that are also primary human food commodities have not been included in Table 4 and the MRLs for these commodities will also apply as MRLs when they are used as animal feed commodities.  Examples of such commodities are the cereal grains, pulses, oil seeds and any other food commodity that is used as a substantial animal feed commodity.  The entries in Table 4 should therefore be read in conjunction with the relevant entries in Table 1 when considering the MRLs (or ERLs) that apply to animal feed commodities. 

5                 Table 5 — MRLs not necessary

        (1)       Table 5 lists uses of substances where MRLs are not necessary. 

        (2)       MRLs are not necessary in situations where residues do not or should not occur in foods or animal feeds; or where the residues are identical to or indistinguishable from natural food components; or otherwise are of no toxicological significance. 

 

 

 


Table 1 – MRLs of agricultural and veterinary chemicals and associated substances in food commodities

A

COMPOUND

FOOD

MRL (mg/kg)

Abamectin

 

 

VD      0560

Adzuki bean (dry)

T*0.002

TN       0660

Almonds

*0.01

FP       0226

Apple

0.01

FI         0326

Avocado

T0.05

FB       0264

Blackberries

T0.1

FB       0020

Blueberries

T*0.02

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

0.1

MF      0812

Cattle fat

0.1

MM     0812

Cattle meat

0.005

ML      0812

Cattle milk

0.02

VL       0465

Chervil

T0.5

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

0.01

VD      0526

Common bean (dry)[navy bean]

T*0.002

 

Coriander (leaves, stem, roots)

T0.5

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.01

VC      0424

Cucumber

0.02

FB       0278

Currant, Black

0.02

VO      0440

Egg plant

0.02

MF      0814

Goat fat

0.1

 

Goat kidney

0.01

 

Goat liver

0.05

 

Goat muscle

0.01

ML      0814

Goat milk

0.005

HH      0092

Herbs

T0.5

DH      1100

Hops, dry

0.1

 

Kaffir lime leaves

T0.5

 

Lemon grass

T0.5

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

0.05

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T1

GC      0645

Maize

T*0.01

VC      0046

Melons, except watermelons

T0.02

VD      0536

Mung bean (dry)

T*0.002

VA       0387

Onion, Welsh

T0.05

VO      0450

Mushrooms

T0.05

FI         0350

Papaya [pawpaw]

T0.1

FI         0351

Passion fruit

T0.2

FP       0230

Pear

0.01

VP       0063

Peas (pods and succulent = immature seeds)

T0.5

SO      0697

Peanut

T*0.002

VO      0051

Peppers

T0.1

 

Peppers, Chili, other cultivars

T0.1

MO      1284

Pig kidney

0.01

MO      1285

Pig liver

0.02

MM     0818

Pig meat [in the fat]

0.02

GC      0656

Popcorn

T*0.01

VR       0589

Potato

T*0.01

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

T0.1

VS       0627

Rhubarb

T0.05

VA       0388

Shallot

T0.05

MO      0822

Sheep, Edible offal of

0.05

MM     0822

Sheep meat [in the fat]

0.05

VD      0541

Soya bean (dry)

*0.002

VA       0389

Spring onion

T0.05

VC      0431

Squash, Summer

0.02

FB       0275

Strawberry

0.1

VO      0447

Sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)

T0.05

VO      0448

Tomato

0.05

VL       0473

Watercress

T0.5

VC      0432

Watermelon

T0.02

Acephate see also Methamidophos

FI         0327

Bananas

1

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

5

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

5

SO      0691

Cotton seed

2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.2

PE       0112

Eggs

0.2

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

10

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

10

TN       0669

Macadamia nuts

*0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [except sheep meat]

0.2

VO      0445

Peppers, Sweet [capsicums]

5

VR       0589

Potato

0.5

MM     0822

Sheep meat

*0.01

VD      0541

Soya bean (dry)

1

VR       0596

Sugar beet

0.1

VO      0448

Tomato

5

FT       0312

Tree tomato

0.5

Acetamiprid

 

 

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.05

VC      0424

Cucumber

T0.2

FT       0295

Date

T5

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

VR       0589

Potato

*0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

VO      0448

Tomato

T0.1

Acibenzolar-S-methyl

 

 

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.02

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.02

ML      0106

Milks

*0.005

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

Acifluorfen

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.1

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

VP       0060

Legume vegetables

0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

SO      0697

Peanut

0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

VD      0070

Pulses

0.1

Albendazole

 

 

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

*0.1

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.1

MO      0814

Goat, Edible offal of

*0.1

MM     0814

Goat meat

*0.1

MO      0822

Sheep, Edible offal of

3

MM     0822

Sheep meat

0.2

Albendazole sulphoxide see Albendazole

Aldicarb

 

 

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

0.05

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.05

MO      0105

Edible offal [mammalian]

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.02

Aldoxycarb

 

 

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

0.2

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

0.1

ML      0106

Milks

*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.2

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

GC      0654

Wheat

*0.02

Aldrin and Dieldrin

 

 

VS       0621

Asparagus

E0.1

FI         0327

Banana

E0.05

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages,

 

 

Flowerhead brassicas

E0.1

GC      0080

Cereal grains

E0.02

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

E0.05

WC     0143

Crustaceans

E0.1

WD     0120

Diadromous fish

E0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

E0.2

VO      0440

Egg plant [aubergine]

E0.1

PE       0112

Eggs

E0.1

WF      0115

Freshwater fish

E0.1

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

E0.1

 

Fruits

E0.05

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

E0.1

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

E0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [in the fat]

E0.2

WS      0125

Marine fish

E0.1

ML      0106

Milks [in the fat]

E0.15

IM        0150

Molluscs, including Cephalopods

E0.1

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

E0.1

SO      0697

Peanut

E0.05

VO      0445

Peppers, Sweet [capsicums]

E0.1

HS      0792

Pimento fruit

E0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

E0.2

PM      0110

Poultry meat [in the fat]

E0.2

VL       0494

Radish leaves (including Radish tops)

E0.1

VR       0075

Root and tuber vegetables

E0.1

GS      0659

Sugar cane

E*0.01

Alpha-cypermethrin see Cypermethrin

Aliphatic alcohol ethoxylates

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

*0.1

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.1

ML      0812

Cattle milk

1

Altrenogest

 

 

MM     0818

Pig meat

*0.005

MO      0818

Pig, Edible offal of

0.005

Aluminium phosphide see Phosphine

Ametoctradin

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

FB       0269

Grapes

3

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

*0.02

ML      0106

Milks

*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

Ametryn

 

 

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.05

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.05

FI         0353

Pineapple

*0.05

FP       0009

Pome fruits

0.1

GS      0659

Sugar cane

0.05

Aminoethoxyvinylglycine

 

 

FP       0226

Apple

0.1

FS       0012

Stone fruits [except cherries]

0.2

TN       0678

Walnuts

*0.05

Aminopyralid

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)[except kidney]

0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

 

Kidney (Mammalian)

0.3

MM     0095

Meat (Mammalian)

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

CM      0654

Wheat bran, unprocessed

0.3

Amitraz

 

 

FP       0226

Apple

0.5

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.1

OC      0691

Cotton seed oil, crude

1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.5

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

0.1

ML      0106

Milks

0.1

FS       0012

Stone fruits [except cherries]

0.5

Amitrole

 

 

FI         0326

Avocado

*0.01

FI         0327

Banana

*0.01

FB       0020

Blueberries

T*0.01

GC      0080

Cereal grains

*0.01

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

*0.01

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.01

FB       0269

Grapes

*0.01

DH      1100

Hops, dry

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

SO      0088

Oilseeds

*0.01

FI         0350

Papaya [pawpaw]

*0.01

FI         0351

Passion fruit

*0.01

TN       0672

Pecan

*0.01

FI         0353

Pineapple

*0.01

FP       0009

Pome fruits

*0.01

VR       0589

Potato

*0.05

VD      0070

Pulses

*0.01

FS       0012

Stone fruits

*0.02

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.01

Amoxycillin

 

 

ML      0812

Cattle milk

*0.01

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.01

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

ML      0822

Sheep milk

*0.01

Ampicillin

 

 

ML      0812

Cattle milk

*0.01

MO      0816

Horse, Edible offal of

*0.01

MM     0816

Horse meat

*0.01

Amprolium

 

 

PE       0112

Eggs

4

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

0.5

Apramycin

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

2

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

Asulam

 

 

FP       0226

Apple

*0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.1

DH      1100

Hops, dry

*0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.1

ML      0106

Milks

*0.1

SO      0698

Poppy seed

*0.1

VR       0589

Potato

0.4

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.1

Atrazine

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

T*0.1

VD      0545

Lupin (dry)

*0.02

GC      0645

Maize

*0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

T*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

T*0.01

VR       0589

Potato

*0.01

SO      0495

Rape seed

*0.02

GC      0651

Sorghum

*0.1

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.1

VO      0447

Sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)

*0.1

Avermectin B1 see Abamectin

Avilamycin

 

 

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

Azaconazole

 

 

VO      0450

Mushrooms

0.1

Azamethiphos

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

CM      0654

Wheat bran, unprocessed

0.5

Azaperone

 

 

MO      0818

Pig, Edible offal of

0.2

MM     0818

Pig meat

0.2

Azimsulfuron

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

MM     0095

Meat [Mammalian]

*0.02

ML      0106

Milks

*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

GC      0649

Rice

*0.02

Azinphos-methyl

 

 

FB       0020

Blueberries

5

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

FB       0269

Grapes

2

FI         0343

Litchi

2

TN       0669

Macadamia nuts

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.05

FP       0009

Pome fruits

1

FS       0012

Stone fruits

2

Azoxystrobin

 

 

TN       0660

Almonds

*0.01

 

Anise myrtle leaves

T100

FI         0326

Avocado

1

FI         0327

Banana

T0.5

GC      0640

Barley

*0.02

VP       0061

Beans, except broad bean and soya bean

2

 

Bergamot

T50

FB       0264

Blackberries

T5

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

0.7

VL       0054

Brassica leafy vegetables [except mizuna]

2

VA       0036

Bulb Vegetables [except Fennel, Bulb; Onion, Bulb]

2

 

Burnet, Salad

T50

VR       0577

Carrot

0.2

VL       0465

Chervil

T50

VD      0524

Chick-pea (dry)

T0.5

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

3

FB       0277

Cloudberry

T5

 

Coriander (leaves, stem, roots)

T50

HS      0779

Coriander, seed

T50

SO      0691

Cotton seed

*0.01

FB       0266

Dewberries (including Boysenberry and Loganberry)

T5

HS      0730

Dill seed

T50

DF       0269

Dried grapes

5

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.01

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

HS      0731

Fennel, seed

T50

VA       0380

Fennel, bulb

T0.1

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, cucurbits

1

VR       0581

Galangal, Greater

T0.1

FB       0269

Grapes

2

HH      0092

Herbs

T50

VR       0583

Horseradish

0.5

 

Kaffir lime leaves

T50

 

Lemon grass

T50

 

Lemon myrtle leaves

T100

DT       1111

Lemon verbena (dry leaves)

T50

VD      0533

Lentil (dry)

T0.5

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

15

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

15

GC      0645

Maize

T*0.01

FI         0345

Mango

0.5

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

*0.01

 

Mexican tarragon

T50

ML      0106

Milks

0.005

 

Mizuna

T50

FT       0305

Olives

T2

FI         0351

Passion fruit

0.5

SO      0697

Peanut

0.05

OC      0697

Peanut oil, crude

0.1

VP       0063

Peas (pods and succulent = immature seeds)

2

SO      0698

Poppy seed

*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

VR       0589

Potato

0.05

VR       0494

Radish

0.5

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

T5

 

Riberries

T10

GC      0649

Rice

T7

 

Rose and dianthus (edible flowers)

T50

DT       1114

Tea, Green, Black (black, fermented and dried)

T20

VO      0448

Tomato

T1

TN       0085

Tree nuts [except Almonds]

2

HS      0794

Turmeric, root

T0.1

GC      0654

Wheat

*0.02

B

COMPOUND

FOOD

MRL (mg/kg)

Bacitracin

 

 

PO      0840

Chicken, Edible offal of

*0.5

PF       0840

Chicken fat

*0.5

PM      0840

Chicken meat

*0.5

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.5

ML      0106

Milks

*0.5

Benalaxyl

 

 

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

0.2

VA       0381

Garlic

0.1

FB       0269

Grapes

0.5

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

*0.01

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

*0.01

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

0.1

VA       0388

Shallot

T0.5

VA       0389

Spring onion

T0.1

Bendiocarb

 

 

FI         0327

Banana

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

0.05

MM     0812

Cattle meat

0.1

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

0.2

ML      0106

Milks

0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

0.05

Benfluralin

 

 

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

T*0.05

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T*0.05

FI         0353

Pineapple

T*0.01

Benomyl see Carbendazim

Bensulfuron-methyl

 

 

GC      0649

Rice

*0.02

CF       0649

Rice bran, processed

*0.05

Bensulide

 

 

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

*0.1

Bentazone

 

 

VP       0061

Beans, except broad bean and soya bean

*0.1

VP       0522

Broad bean (green pods and immature seeds)

*0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

VP       0529

Garden pea, shelled

T*0.05

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.05

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

T0.1

SO      0697

Peanut

*0.1

VP       0538

Podded pea (young pods)[snow and sugar snap]

T0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

VD      0070

Pulses

*0.01

GC      0649

Rice

*0.03

VO      0447

Sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)

*0.1

Benzocaine

 

 

 

Abalone

*0.05

 

Finfish

*0.05

Benzofenap

 

 

GC      0649

Rice

*0.01

Benzyladenine

 

 

FP       0226

Apple

0.2

FP       0230

Pear

T0.2

TN       0675

Pistachio nut

T*0.05

Benzyl G penicillin

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.06

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.06

ML      0106

Milks

*0.0015

Betacyfluthrin see Cyfluthrin

Beta-cypermethrin see Cypermethrin

BHC (other than the g isomer, Lindane)

GC      0080

Cereal grains

E0.1

WC     0143

Crustaceans

E0.01

WD     0120

Diadromous fish

E0.01

PE       0112

Eggs

E0.1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

E0.3

WF      0115

Freshwater fish

E0.01

WS      0125

Marine fish

E0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [in the fat]

E0.3

ML      0106

Milks [in the fat]

E0.1

IM        0150

Molluscs, including Cephalopods

E0.01

SO      0697

Peanut

E0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

E0.3

PM      0110

Poultry meat [in the fat]

E0.3

GS      0659

Sugar cane

E*0.005

Bifenazate

 

 

TN       0660

Almonds

0.1

FS       0240

Apricot

0.5

VC      4197

Bitter melon

T0.5

FB       0264

Blackberries

T7

FB       0277

Cloudberry

T7

VC      0424

Cucumber

T0.5

FB       0266

Dewberries (including Boysenberry and Loganberry)

T7

DF       0269

Dried grapes

T2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.01

VO      0440

Egg plant

T0.1

FB       0269

Grapes (excluding Wine-grapes)

T1

DH      1100

Hops, dry

T3

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

T20

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T20

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

*0.01

VC      0046

Melons, except watermelon

T0.3

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

FS       0245

Nectarine

0.5

FI         0350

Papaya [pawpaw]

T0.5

FS       0247

Peach

2

VP       0063

Peas

T0.5

VO      0051

Peppers

T0.5

 

Peppers, Chili, other cultivars

T0.5

FS       0014

Plums (including Prunes)

0.5

FP       0009

Pome fruits

2

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

T7

VC      4243

Sinkwa or Sinkwa towel gourd

T0.5

VC      0431

Squash, Summer [Zucchini]

T0.5

FB       0275

Strawberry

T2

VO      0448

Tomato

T1

VC      0432

Watermelon

T0.3

VP       0544

Yard-long bean (pods)

T1

Bifenthrin

 

 

TN       0660

Almonds

T0.1

FP       0226

Apple

*0.05

FI         0326

Avocado

T0.1

FI         0327

Banana

0.1

FB       0264

Blackberries

T3

FB       0020

Blueberries

T3

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, Flower head brassicas [except Cabbages, Head]

T1

VB       0041

Cabbages, Head

T7

GC      0080

Cereal grains

*0.02

VL       0465

Chervil

T0.5

 

Chia

T0.2

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

*0.05

FB       0277

Cloudberry

T3

VP       0526

Common bean (pods and/or immature seeds)

T1

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.1

VC      0424

Cucumber

T0.5

FB       0266

Dewberries (including Boysenberry and Loganberry)

T3

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.5

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

VD      0561

Field Pea (dry)

T*0.01

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits (except cucumber)

0.1

VO      0050

Fruiting vegetables, other than Cucurbits

0.5

HS      0784

Ginger, root

T*0.01

FB       0268

Gooseberry

T3

FB       0269

Grapes

*0.01

HH      0092

Herbs

T0.5

VL       0053

Leafy vegetables (except chervil, mizuna and rucola)

T2

VD      0545

Lupin (dry)

T*0.02

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

2

ML      0106

Milks

0.5

 

Mizuna

T0.5

FT       0305

Olives

T0.5

FP       0230

Pear

0.5

VP       0063

Peas

*0.01

FI         0353

Pineapple

T*0.01

SO      0698

Poppy seed

*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat [in the fat]

*0.05

VD      0070

Pulses [except field pea (dry), Lupin (dry)]

*0.02

SO      0495

Rape seed

*0.02

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

T3

VL       0496

Rucola [Rocket]

T0.5

FS       0012

Stone fruits [except cherries]

1

GS      0659

Sugarcane

*0.01

VR       0508

Sweet potato

*0.05

Bioresmethrin

 

 

FI         0345

Mango

T0.5

Bitertanol

 

 

VP       0061

Beans, except broad bean and soya bean

0.5

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

3

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [in the fat]

0.3

ML      0106

Milks

0.2

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

FB       0275

Strawberry

*0.05

Boscalid

 

 

 

All other foods

0.5

FB       0264

Blackberries

T10

FB       0020

Blueberries

T15

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables,

 

 

Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

2

VA       0035

Bulb vegetables [excluding Onion, Bulb]

T5

VS       0624

Celery

T15

FS       0013

Cherries

T3

VL       0465

Chervil

T30

FB       0277

Cloudberry

T10

 

Coriander (leaves, roots and stems)

T30

FB       0266

Dewberries (including Boysenberry and Loganberry)

T10

DF       0269

Dried grapes (sultanas, Currants, raisins)

15

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.3

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

0.5

VO      0050

Fruiting vegetable, other than Cucurbits

1

FB       0269

Grapes

4

HH      0092

Herbs

T30

VL       0053

Leafy vegetables

30

VP       0060

Legume vegetables

3

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian][in the fat]

0.3

ML      0106

Milks

0.1

FM      0183

Milk fats

0.7

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

T1.0

TN       0675

Pistachio nut

T2

FP       0009

Pome fruits

2

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

T10

VR       0075

Root and tuber vegetables

1

 

Silvanberries

T10

FB       4094

Youngberry

T10

Brodifacoum

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

T*0.00002

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

T*0.00005

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

T*0.00005

VD      0070

Pulses

T*0.00002

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.0005

Bromacil

 

 

VS       0621

Asparagus

*0.04

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

*0.04

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.04

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.04

ML      0106

Milks

*0.04

FI         0353

Pineapple

*0.04

Bromoxynil

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

*0.2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

T3

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

VA       0381

Garlic

T0.1

FB       0269

Grapes

*0.01

SO      0693

Linseed

*0.02

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [in the fat]

T1

ML      0106

Milks

T0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.02

Bupirimate

 

 

FP       0226

Apple

1

VO      0440

Egg plant

T1

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

1

VO      0051

Peppers

0.7

Buprofezin

 

 

VS       0624

Celery

T5

VL       0465

Chervil

T50

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

2

 

Coriander (leaves, stems and roots)

T50

SO      0691

Cotton seed

T1

OC      0691

Cotton seed oil, crude

T0.3

FI         0332

Custard apple

0.1

DF       0269

Dried grapes (Currants, raisins, sultanas)

1

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

T2

VO      0050

Fruiting vegetables, other than Cucurbits

T2

FB       0269

Grapes

0.3

HH      0092

Herbs

T50

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T10

FI         0345

Mango

0.2

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

 

Mizuna

T50

FT       0305

Olives

T0.5

OC      0305

Olive Oil, crude

T2

FI         0351

Passion fruit

2

FP       0230

Pear

0.2

 

Peppers, Chili, other cultivars

T2

FT       0307

Persimmon, Japanese

1

VL       0496

Rucola [Rocket]

T50

FT       0312

Tree tomato

T1

Butafenacil

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains (except rice)

*0.02

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

FB       0269

Grapes

T*0.02

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

FP       0009

Pome fruit

T*0.02

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

FS       0012

Stone fruits

T*0.02

Butroxydim

 

 

MM     0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.01

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

VP       0060

Legume vegetables

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.01

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

SO      0088

Oilseed

*0.01

PM      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.01

VD      0070

Pulses

*0.01

C

COMPOUND

FOOD

MRL (mg/kg)

Cadusafos

 

 

FI         0327

Banana

*0.01

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

*0.01

HS      0784

Ginger, root

0.1

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.01

VO      0448

Tomato

*0.01

Captan

 

 

TN       0660

Almonds

0.3

FB       0018

Berries and other small fruits [except grapes, strawberries and blueberries]

T30

FB       0020

Blueberries

20

VD      0524

Chick-pea (dry)

T0.1

VC      0424

Cucumber

T5

DF       0269

Dried grapes

15

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

FB       0269

Grapes

10

VD      0533

Lentil (dry)

T0.1

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T7

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

VO      0444

Peppers, Chili

T7

 

Peppers, Chili, other cultivars

T7

VO      0445

Peppers, Sweet [capsicum]

T7

 

Pitaya (dragon fruit)

T20

FP       0009

Pome fruits

10

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.02

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

FS       0012

Stone fruits

15

FB       0275

Strawberry

10

TN       0085

Tree nuts [except Almonds]

3

Carbaryl

 

 

FI         0326

Avocado

2

GC      0640

Barley

15

VR       0574

Beetroot

0.5

VR       0463

Cassava

T0.1

GC      0080

Cereal grains [except Barley, Rice and Sorghum]

5

TN       0665

Coconut

*0.01

SO      0691

Cotton seed

3

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

3

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.02

FI         0335

Feijoa

*0.01

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

*0.01

FB       0269

Grapes

*0.01

FT       0336

Guava

*0.01

FT       0300

Jaboticaba

*0.01

FI         0338

Jackfruit

*0.01

FC       0204

Lemon

3

FI         0343

Litchi

*0.01

FI         0342

Longan

*0.01

TN       0669

Macadamia nut

2

Fi         0345

Mango

2

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

0.07

ML      0106

Milks

0.1

SO      0088

Oilseed [except Cotton seed]

0.1

FC       0004

Oranges, Sweet, Sour

3

TN       0672

Pecan

2

FP       0009

Pome fruits

0.2

VR       0589

Potato

0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.2

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.02

VD      0070

Pulses

0.1

FI         0358

Rambutan

*0.01

FB       0272

Raspberries, Red, Black

15

GC      0649

Rice

7

GC      0651

Sorghum

10

FS       0012

Stone fruits [except cherry]

0.5

FB       0275

Strawberry

*0.01

VR       0497

Swede

2

VR       0508

Sweet potato

0.1

VR       0506

Turnip, Garden

2

CM      0654

Wheat bran, unprocessed

10

Carbendazim

 

 

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.2

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.1

VA       0381

Garlic

T0.2

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

0.2

ML      0106

Milks

*0.1

TN       0669

Macadamia nuts

0.1

VO      0450

Mushrooms

T5

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

T*0.2

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.1

VD      0070

Pulses

0.5

Carbosulfan see Carbofuran

Carbofuran

 

 

GC      0640

Barley

0.2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

VA       0381

Garlic

T0.1

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian]

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

GC      0649

Rice

0.2

GS      0659

Sugar cane

*0.1

GC      0654

Wheat

0.2

Carbon disulfide

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

10

VD      0070

Pulses

T10

Carbonyl sulphide

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

T0.2

VD      0070

Pulses

T0.2

SO      0495

Rape seed (canola)

T0.2

Carboxin

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

0.1

Carfentrazone-ethyl

 

 

FT       0026

Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits (edible peel)

*0.05

FI         0030

Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits (inedible peel)

*0.05

FB       0018

Berries and other small fruits [except grapes]

T*0.05

GC      0080

Cereal grains

*0.05

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

*0.05

SO      0691

Cotton seed

T*0.05

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

FB       0269

Grapes

*0.05

DH      1100

Hops, dry

*0.05

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

*0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.025

FP       0009

Pome fruits

*0.05

VR       0589

Potato

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

FS       0012

Stone fruits

*0.05

TN       0085

Tree nuts

*0.05

Ceftiofur

 

 

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

2

MF      0812

Cattle fat

0.5

MM     0812

Cattle meat

0.1

ML      0812

Cattle milk

0.1

Cefuroxime

 

 

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.1

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

*0.1

ML      0812

Cattle milk

*0.1

Cephalonium

 

 

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.1

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

*0.1

ML      0812

Cattle milk

*0.02

Cephapirin

 

 

MO      0812

Cattle, edible offal of

*0.02

MM     0812

Cattle meat

*0.02

ML      0812

Cattle milk

*0.01

Chinomethionat see Oxythioquinox

Chlorantraniliprole

 

 

 

All other foods

*0.01

VD      0560

Adzuki bean (dry)

T0.5

TN       0660

Almonds

T0.05

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables,

Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

0.5

VS       0624

Celery

5

VD      0524

Chick-pea (dry)

0.07

 

Coriander (leaves, roots and stems)

T20

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.3

DF       0167

Dried fruit

2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)[except liver]

*0.01

PE       0112

Eggs

0.03

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

0.2

VO      0050

Fruiting vegetables, other than Cucurbits [except Peppers, Chili and Sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)]

0.3

FB       0269

Grapes

0.3

HH      0092

Herbs

T20

VL       0053

Leafy vegetables [except lettuce, head and rucola]

15

VP       0060

Legume vegetables

1

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

3

MM     0099

Liver (Mammalian)

0.02

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

0.02

 

Mexican tarragon

T20

FM      0183

Milk fats

0.1

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

VD      0536

Mung bean (dry)

0.7

VO      0444

Peppers, Chilli

1

TN       0675

Pistachio nut

T0.05

FP       0009

Pome fruits

0.3

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat (in the fat)

*0.01

VS       0627

Rhubarb

5

VR       0075

Root and tuber vegetables

T0.05

VL       0496

Rucola [rocket]

T20

VD      0541

Soya bean (dry)

0.07

FS       0012

Stone fruits

1

FB       0275

Strawberry

T0.5

VO      0447

Sweet corn (corn-on-the-cob)

*0.01

Chlordane

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

E0.02

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

E0.02

OC      0691

Cotton seed oil, crude

E0.05

OR      0691

Cotton seed oil, edible

E0.02

WC     0143

Crustaceans

E0.05

WD     0120

Diadromous fish

E0.05

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

E0.02

PE       0112

Eggs

E0.02

WF      0115

Freshwater fish

E0.05

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

E0.05

OC      0693

Linseed oil, crude

E0.05

WS      0125

Marine fish

E0.05

MM     0095

Meat [mammalian] [in the fat]

E0.2

ML      0106

Milks [in the fat]

E0.05

IM        0150

Molluscs, including Cephalopods

E0.05

FI         0353

Pineapple

E0.02

FP       0009

Pome fruits

E0.02

FS       0012

Stone fruits

E0.02

OC      0541

Soya bean oil, crude

E0.05

OR      0541

Soya bean oil, refined

E0.02

VR       0596

Sugar beet

E0.1

 

Vegetables [except fruiting vegetables, cucurbits; sugar beet]

E0.02

Chlorfenapyr

 

 

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, flowerhead brassicas

0.5

VL       0054

Brassica leafy vegetables [except Chinese cabbage]

T3

VL       0467

Chinese cabbage

3

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.5

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.01

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

0.05

ML      0106

Milks

*0.01

 

Mizuna

T3

VA       0387

Onion, Welsh

T1

FS       0247

Peach

1

FP       0009

Pome fruits

0.5

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.01

PM      0110

Poultry meat [in the fat]

*0.01

VL       0496

Rucola [Rocket]

T5

VA       0388

Shallots

T1

VA       0389

Spring Onion

T1

Chlorfenvinphos

 

 

VB       0400

Broccoli

T0.05

VB       0402

Brussels sprouts

T0.05

VB       0041

Cabbages, Head

T0.05

VR       0577

Carrot

T0.4

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

T*0.1

MM     0812

Cattle meat [in the fat]

T0.2

ML      0812

Cattle milk [in the fat]

T0.2

VB       0404

Cauliflower

T0.1

VS       0624

Celery

T0.4

SO      0691

Cotton seed

T0.05

MM     0813

Deer meat [in the fat]

T0.2

VO      0440

Egg plant [aubergine]

T0.05

MO      0814

Goat, Edible offal of

T*0.1

MM     0814

Goat meat [in the fat]

T0.2

VR       0583

Horseradish

T0.1

VA       0384

Leek

T0.05

GC      0645

Maize

T0.05

VO      0450

Mushrooms

T0.05

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

T0.05

SO      0697

Peanut

T0.05

VR       0589

Potato

T0.05

VR       0494

Radish

T0.1

GC      0649

Rice

T0.05

MO      0822

Sheep, Edible offal of

T*0.1

MM     0822

Sheep meat [in the fat]

T0.2

VR       0497

Swede

T0.05

VR       0508

Sweet potato

T0.05

VO      0448

Tomato

T0.1

VR       0506

Turnip, Garden

T0.05

GC      0654

Wheat

T0.05

Chlorfluazuron

 

 

MO      0812

Cattle, Edible offal of

0.1

MM     0812

Cattle meat [in the fat]

1

ML      0812

Cattle milk

0.1

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.1

OC      0691

Cotton seed oil, crude

0.1

OR      0691

Cotton seed oil, edible

*0.05

PE       0112

Eggs

0.2

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.1

PM      0110

Poultry meat [in the fat]

1

Chlorhexidine

 

 

ML      0106

Milks

0.05

MO      0822

Sheep, Edible offal of

*0.5

MF      0822

Sheep fat

*0.5

MM     0822

Sheep meat

*0.5

Chloridazon

 

 

VR       0574

Beetroot

*0.05

Chlormequat

 

 

GC      0640

Barley

T2

DF       0269

Dried grapes

0.75

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

0.5

PE       0112

Eggs

0.1

FB       0269

Grapes

0.75

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)

0.2

ML      0106

Milks

0.5

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

0.1

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

GC      0654

Wheat

5

Chloropicrin

 

 

GC      0080

Cereal grains

*0.1

Chlorothalonil

 

 

TN       0660

Almonds

T0.1

VS       0621

Asparagus

T*0.1

FS       0240

Apricot

7

FI         0327

Banana

3

FB       0018

Berries and other small fruits (excluding blackCurrants and grapes)

T10

VB       0402

Brussels sprouts

7

VR       0577

Carrot

7

VS       0624

Celery

10

FS       0013

Cherries

10

 

Coriander (leaves, stems and roots)

T20

FB       0278

Currant, Black

10

MO      0105

Edible offal, (Mammalian)

7

VO      0440

Egg plant

T10

PE       0112

Eggs

*0.05

VA       0380

Fennel, bulb

5

HH      0731

Fennel, leaf

5

HS      0731

Fennel, seed

5

VC      0045

Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits

5

VR       0581

Galangal, Greater

T7

VR       0582

Galangal, Lesser

T7

VA       0381

Garlic

10

FB       0269

Grapes

10

HH      0092

Herbs

T20

VL       0053

Leafy vegetables [except lettuce]

T100

VA       0384

Leek

T10

VL       0482

Lettuce, Head

T10

VL       0483

Lettuce, Leaf

T10

FI         0345

Mango

T1

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

2

ML      0106

Milks

0.05

FS       0245

Nectarine

7

VA       0385

Onion, Bulb

10

VA       0387

Onion, Welsh

T10

FI         0350

Papaya [pawpaw]

10

FS       0247

Peach

30

SO      0697

Peanut

0.2

VP       0063

Peas

10

FI         0352

Persimmon, American

T5

FT       0307

Persimmons, Japanese

T5

FS       0014

Plums (including Prunes)

10

VR       0589

Potato

0.1

PO      0111

Poultry, Edible offal of

*0.05

PM      0110

Poultry meat

*0.05

VD      0070

Pulses

3

GC      0649

Rice

T*0.1

VA       0388

Shallot

T10

VA       0389

Spring onion

T10

SO      0702

Sunflower seed

T*0.01

VO      0448

Tomato

10

FT       0312

Tree Tomato

T10

HS      0794

Tumeric, root

T7

 

Vegetables [except asparagus; Brussels sprouts; carrot; celery; fennel bulb; fruiting vegetables; cucurbits; galangal, greater; galangal, lesser; garlic; peas; leafy vegetables; leek; onion, bulb; potato; pulses; spring onion; tomato]

T7

 

Wasabi

T7

Chlorpropham

 

 

VA       0381

Garlic

*0.05

VA       0385

Onions, bulb

*0.05

VR       0589

Potato

30

Chlorpyrifos

 

 

VS       0621

Asparagus

T0.5

FI         0326

Avocado

0.5

FI         0327

Banana

T0.5

FB       0020

Blueberries

*0.01

VB       0040

Brassica (cole or cabbage) vegetables, Head cabbages, Flowerhead brassicas

T0.5

VR       0463

Cassava

T*0.02

VS       0624

Celery

T5

GC      0080

Cereal grains [except sorghum]

T0.1

FC       0001

Citrus fruits

T0.5

SB       0716

Coffee beans

T0.5

SO      0691

Cotton seed

0.05

OC      0691

Cotton seed oil, crude

0.2

DF       0167

Dried fruits

T2

MO      0105

Edible offal (Mammalian)

T0.1

PE       0112

Eggs

T*0.01

HS      0784

Ginger, root

*0.02

FB       0269

Grapes

T1

FI         0341

Kiwifruit

2

VA       0384

Leek

T5

FI         0345

Mango

*0.05

MM     0095

Meat (mammalian)[in the fat]

T0.5

ML      0106

Milks [in the fat]

T0.2

SO      0089

Oilseed, except peanut

T0.01

FT       0305

Olives

T*0.05

HH      0740

Parsley

0.05

FI         0351

Passion fruit

*0.05

SO      0697

Peanut