Ontario Environmental Registry – D-Limonene – Causes Cancer Tumors in Rat Studies – New Organic Pesticide comes to market

This is a video for GreenMatch another version of the D-Limonene Active Ingredient.

I bet you feel safer now that we have bioherbicides that only cause cancer to rats.

FYI – 2,4-D or Glyphosate did not cause cancer in rats or humans.

You need to use large quantities of D-Limonene every 2 weeks for the whole season as opposed to 2 sparing applications a year of Glyphosate (Roundup)

Forget Agent Orange, its AGENT D-LIMONENE.


 

 

 

 

 

Instrument Proposal Notice:   EBR Registry Number: 011-5593
Proponent: BASF Canada
100 Milverton Drive
5th Floor
Mississauga Ontario
Canada L5R 4H1

Instrument Type: Classification, reclassification or declassification of a Pesticide under Ontario Regulation 63/09 – Pesticides Act – Reg 63/09
 
Ministry Reference Number:
OPAC20120119
Ministry:
Ministry of the Environment
Date Proposal loaded to the Registry:
January 26, 2012
 
 
Keyword(s): Pesticides

 

 

 

 

 

 

Comment Period: 30 days: submissions may be made between January 26, 2012 and February 25, 2012.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Description of Instrument:

 

 

d-Limone is a new active ingredient contained in the end use products MotherEarth Crawling Insect Killer (Reg.No. 29810) and Pro-Citra DL Crawling Insect Killer (Reg.No. 29811) which are proposed for classification in Ontario.

Under the federal Pest Control Products Act, all pesticides destined for use in Canada must undergo a federal registration review including efficacy and human and environmental concerns.

In Ontario, the Pesticides Act and Ontario Regulation 63/09 stipulate that all federally registered pesticides must be classified in Ontario before it becomes legal for sale and use.

  • PCP registration: 29810
  • Name of the product: Mother Earth Crawling Insect Killer
  • Type: Insecticide
  • Formulation: Aerosol
  • Active ingredient: d-Limonene
  • Guarantee: 10 %
  • Federal Classification: Commercial
  • Use Area: Various Indoor and Outdoor uses
  • Pest: Asian Lady Beetles, Bedbugs, Centipedes, Cluster Flies, Cockroaches, Crickets, Fleas, Flour Beetles, Millipedes, Spiders and Ticks
  • Provisional Class: Class 3

Class 3 pesticides are federally designated as restricted or commercial products, and are moderately hazardous.

The Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency (PMRA) label
specifies that users and applicators must wear a NIOSH approved respirator
with an organic vapour cartridge or canister with any R or P prefilter when
working in enclosed or confined spaces or when there is prolonged
exposure to the vapour or spray mist. The Ontario Pesticides Advisory
Committee recommends that the product be placed in Class 3 to ensure the
product is used by trained applicators.

  • PCP registration: 29811
  • Name of the product: Pro-Citra DL Crawling Insect Killer
  • Type: Insecticide
  • Formulation: Aerosol
  • Active ingredient: d-Limonene
  • Guarantee: 10 %
  • Federal Classification: Domestic
  • Use Area: In and around apartments and homes
  • Pest: Asian Lady Beetles, Bedbugs, Centipedes, Cluster Flies, Cockroaches, Crickets, Fleas, Flour Beetles, Millipedes, Spiders and Ticks
  • Provisional Class: Class 6

Class 6 pesticides are federally designated as Domestic products in container sizes less than or equal to 1 kilogram or 1 litre, and are least hazardous.

For additional information about classification of pesticide products in Ontario, please refer to the attached description of the provincial classes under Additional Information.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

via Environmental Registry.


D-Limonene is know to cause Cancer in Male Rats:

NTP TECHNICAL REPORT ON THE TOXICOLOGY AND CARCINOGENESIS STUDIES OF d-LIMONENE (CAS NO. 5989-27-5) IN F344/N RATS AND B6C3F1 MICE (GAVAGE STUDIES) C.W. Jameson, Ph.D., Study Scientist NATIONAL TOXICOLOGY PROGRAM P.O. Box 12233 Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 January 1990 NTP TR 347 NIH Publication No. 90-2802

and

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER IARC Monographs on the Evaluation of Carcinogenic Risks to Humans Volume 73 Some Chemicals that Cause Tumours of the Kidney or Urinary Bladder in Rodents and Some Other Substances Summary of Data Reported and Evaluation

 

D-Limonene is Toxic to Cats:

J Am Vet Med Assoc. 1986 Oct 15;189(8):905-8. Effects of an insecticidal dip containing d-limonene in the cat. Hooser SB, Beasley VR, Everitt JI

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2011/11/27/organic-pesticides-cause-cancer-in-rats-and-mice-omri-listed/

 
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