Pesticides Evaluated As Acceptable For Continued Registration By Health Canada – 2013 03 31

 

UPDATE -- Health Canada -- Acceptable For Continued Registration (1)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UPDATE

 

 

Health Canada

 

 

Chemicals Evaluated

 

As ACCEPTABLE FOR

 

CONTINUED REGISTRATION

 

By Pest Management

 

Regulatory Agency

 

Of Health Canada

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Cost Of Pesticide Registration In Canada

 

 

According to Dr. Lorne Hepworth, President of CropLife Canada  ―  http://wp.me/P1jq40-2eG 

 

The process to have a pesticide registered in Canada can take an average of nearly 10 years and costs over 256 million dollars.

 

That’s a big investment, so the manufacturers ensure the products they submit for registration are SAFE and work the way they are intended to.

 

 

 

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Reviews And Assessments By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

 

Health Canada regulates pest control products in Canada.

 

Pest control products are regulated by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ), which requires THOROUGH SCIENTIFIC REVIEWS AND SAFETY ASSESSMENTS to ensure they meet strict health and environmental standards and are shown to have value. 

 

In Canada, pest control products are one of THE MOST STRINGENTLY REGULATED PRODUCTS.

 

Health Canada employs 350 expert-scientists whose job is to REVIEW AND ASSESS pest control products.

 

These expert-scientists include  ―  biologists, chemists, entomologists, epidemiologists, plant pathologists, toxicologists, and weed scientists.

 

These expert-scientists help ensure that only pest control products that meet the strict health and environmental standards outlined by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency are registered for use or sale in Canada.

 

Health Canada and PMRA have THE ESSENTIAL EXPERTISE on pest control products.

 

 

 

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Re-Evaluations By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

 

Currently, 572 active ingredients are found in approximately 5000 pest control products registered under the PCPA in Canada.

 

At the time of their initial registration, these pest control products were considered ACCEPTABLE ( i.e. met health, environment and value standards of the time ).

 

Since then, science has evolved, and additional information may be available which could affect the risk and value profile of a pest control product.

 

It is incumbent on the PMRA to RE-EVALUATE REGISTRATION AND POST-REGISTRATION DECISIONS ON A REGULAR BASIS to determine whether the use of pest control products continues to be ACCEPTABLE ACCORDING TO CURRENT STANDARDS.

 

Moreover, Canadian FEDERAL LAW specifies the legal foundation for the RE-EVALUATION of pest control products.

 

FEDERAL LAW prescribes that the RE-EVALUATION of all pest control products be initiated on a 15-YEAR CYCLE to ensure that they continue to MEET CURRENT SCIENTIFIC STANDARDS.

 

According to Health Canada, the RE-EVALUATION of pest control products registered before 1995 has provided IMPRESSIVE RESULTS 

 

In 2001, the Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ) implemented the four-program re-evaluation approach1 for pesticides registered prior to January 1995.

 

This approach is now reaching completion.

 

As of September 2010, over 90% of the 401 active ingredients covered under the original approach have been addressed, with the vast majority of assessments resulting in changes to the conditions of use.

 

A significant proportion of the active ingredients ( over 20% ) have been identified for phase-out ( i.e. discontinuation ) as a result of the PMRA’s review or voluntarily discontinuation by their manufacturers.

 

Very few active ingredients have been accepted for continued use without any label changes [ i.e. MITIGATION MEASURES ].

 

 

 

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Re-Evaluation Summary Table By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

 

On March 31st, 2013, Health Canada published a RE-EVALUATION SUMMARY TABLE which provides a summary of the proposed and/or final decisions made with respect to RE-EVALUATION OF ACTIVE INGREDIENTS.

 

The simple fact of being LISTED in this table DOES NOT IMPLY THAT THE PEST CONTROL PRODUCT POSES A SIGNIFICANT HAZARD to the public from use.

 

Health Canada considered all of the information in a WEIGHT-OF-THE-EVIDENCE APPROACH.

 

However, chemicals have been REMOVED or PROPOSED FOR REMOVAL by Health Canada.

 

Additionally, almost ONE-THIRD OF ALL PRODUCTS REMOVED WERE USED EXCLUSIVELY IN THE GOLF INDUSTRY, including Arrest-75W, ProTurf FF II, ProTurf Granular Fungicide V, ProTurf Granular Insecticide 1, Quintozene 75 Per Cent, Terraneb SP, and Tersan 1991.

 

And almost HALF OF ALL PRODUCTS REMOVED were REMOVED VOLUNTARILY by the registrant, or were NOT SUPPORTED for further re-evaluation ( i.e. the cost to keep the product in the market-place was not profitable for the registrant a.k.a. manufacturer ).

 

Several active ingredients have been evaluated as ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION, including 2,4-D, Bacillus thuringensis, dicamba, dichlobenil, dithiopyr, MCPA, metalaxyl, Mineral Oil, and propiconazole.

 

The next segments contains selected and adapted excerpts from the RE-EVALUATION SUMMARY TABLE concerning PEST CONTROL PRODUCTS USED IN THE URBAN LANDSCAPE, which include those products used by the Golf Industry, the Professional Lawn Care Industry, and the Ornamental Plant Maintenance Industry.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — RE-EVALUATION PROGRAM — 2010 12 01 — RE-EVALUATION NOTE REV2010-18 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Re-Evaluation-Program-2010-12-01-Re-Evaluation-Note-REV2010-18.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — RE-EVALUATION PROGRAM — 2010 09 27 — PROGRESS REPORT ON PMRA RE-EVALUATION WORKPLAN ( APRIL 2009 TO MARCH 2010 ) REV2010-15 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Re-Evaluation-Program-2010-09-27-Progress-Report-On-PMRA-Re-Evaluation-Workplan-April-2009-To-March-2010-REV2010-15.pdf

 

 

 

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UPDATE -- Health Canada -- Acceptable For Continued Registration (3)

 

 

 

 

 

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LIST Of The STATUS

 

Of Chemicals Evaluated

 

As ACCEPTABLE FOR

 

CONTINUED REGISTRATION

 

By Pest Management

 

Regulatory Agency

 

Of Health Canada

 

 

 

 

March 31st, 2013

 

Health Canada

 

Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA )

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

Pest Control Products Used In The Urban Landscape

 

 

 

 

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Health Canada regulates pest control products in Canada.  Pest control products are regulated by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ), which requires thorough scientific reviews and safety assessments to ensure they meet strict health and environmental standards and are shown to have value.  In Canada, pest control products are one of the most stringently regulated products.  Health Canada employs 350 expert-scientists whose job is to assess pest control products.

 

 

 

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Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

LIST Of Products With Active Ingredients Acceptable For Continued Registration

 

 

Banner MAXX Fungicide ( propiconazole 14.3% )

 

Banvel 483 Herbicide Solution ( dicamba 483 g a.e./L )

 

Casoron G-4 Granular Herbicide ( dichlobenil 4% )

 

Civitas Fungicide For Golf Course Turf ( Mineral Oil 98% )

 

Clear Choice Concentrate Selective Herbicide ( 2,4-D 6.33 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 4.04 g a.e./L, dicamba 0.78 g a.e./L )

 

Dimension Turf Herbicide ( dithiopyr 124 grams per litre )

 

Dipel WP Wettable Powder Biological Insecticide ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki 32% )

 

Dormant Oil Emulsifiable Insecticidal Spray ( Mineral Oil, 98.5% )

 

Instrata Fungicide ( chlorothalonil 362 grams per litre, propiconazole 57 grams per litre, fludioxonil 14.5 grams per litre )

 

Killex Turf Herbicide Concentrate ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

MCPA Amine 500 Liquid Farm Weed Killer Rangeland, Grass Pasture and Turf ( MCPA 500 g a.e./L )

 

Oracle Dicamba Agricultural Herbicide ( dicamba 480 g a.e./L )

 

Par III Turf Herbicide Solution ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Pro Tri-Kil Turf Herbicide ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Quali-Pro Propiconazole 14.3 ME Turf Fungicide ( propiconazole 154.5 grams per litre ( 14.3% ) )

 

Subdue MAXX Fungicide ( metalaxyl-M and S-isomer 240 grams per litre )

 

Superior Oil Concentrate ( Mineral Oil 83% )

 

Thuricide 48LV Biological Insecticide ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki 19% )

 

Vanquish Herbicide ( dicamba 480 g a.e./L )

 

Vectobac 200g Biological Larvicide Granules ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis )

 

 

 

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UPDATE -- Health Canada -- Acceptable For Continued Registration (8)

 

 

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning

 

Chemicals Evaluated

 

As ACCEPTABLE FOR

 

CONTINUED REGISTRATION

 

By Pest Management

 

Regulatory Agency

 

Of Health Canada

 

 

 

 

March 31st, 2013

 

Health Canada

 

Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA )

 

Selected And Adapted Excerpts

 

Pest Control Products Used In The Urban Landscape

 

 

 

 

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Health Canada regulates pest control products in Canada.  Pest control products are regulated by Health Canada’s Pest Management Regulatory Agency ( PMRA ), which requires thorough scientific reviews and safety assessments to ensure they meet strict health and environmental standards and are shown to have value.  In Canada, pest control products are one of the most stringently regulated products.  Health Canada employs 350 expert-scientists whose job is to assess pest control products.

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

2,4-dichlorophenoxy acetic acid ( 2,4-D ) and its salt and ester forms

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

NO FURTHER MITIGATION MEASURES ARE REQUIRED.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAME ( ACTIVE INGREDIENT )

 

 

2,4-D Amine 600 Liquid Herbicide ( 2,4-D, present as dimethylamine salt, 564 g a.e./L )

 

 

 

PRODUCT MIXTURES THAT CONTAIN 2,4-D

 

 

Clear Choice Concentrate Selective Herbicide ( 2,4-D 6.33 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 4.04 g a.e./L, dicamba 0.78 g a.e./L )

 

Killex Turf Herbicide Concentrate ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Par III Turf Herbicide Solution ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Pro Tri-Kil Turf Herbicide ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2008 05 16

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION ON LAWN AND TURF, agriculture, forestry, and industrial uses with the exception of the discontinuation of 2,4-D products applied to aquatic areas.

 

Final MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to further protect workers and the environment.

 

 

 

UPDATE  ―  2009 09 17 

 

 

Data required under Section 12 related to chemistry and toxicology, as well as rationales received for environment data requirements, have been reviewed.

 

These confirmed that 2,4-D continues to be ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

As a result, NO FURTHER MITIGATION MEASURES ARE REQUIRED.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — 2,4-D — 2009 09 17 — QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS — FINAL DECISION ON THE RE-EVALUATION OF 2,4-D ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-24-D-2009-09-17-Questions-And-Answers-Final-Decision-On-The-Re-Evaluation-Of-24-D.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — 2,4-D — 2008 06 16 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION RVD2008-11 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-24-D-2008-06-16-Re-Evaluation-Decision-RVD2008-11.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — 2,4-D — 2008 05 16 — QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT 2,4-D ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-24-D-2008-05-16-Questions-And-Answers-About-24-D.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — 2,4-D — 2006 08 16 — LAWN AND TURF USES OF 2,4-D — RE-EVALUATION NOTE REV2006-11( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-24-D-2006-08-16-Lawn-and-Turf-Uses-of-24-D-Re-Evaluation-Note-REV2006-11.pdf

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

 

 

EPA — 2,4-D — 2007 08 08 — DECISION NOT TO INITIATE SPECIAL REVIEW FOR 2,4-D ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/EPA-24-D-2007-08-08-Decision-Not-to-Initiate-Special-Review-For-24-D.pdf

 

 

EPA — 2,4-D — 2005 06 00 — RE-REGISTRATION ELIGIBILITY DECISION FOR 2,4-D ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/EPA-24-D-2005-06-00-Re-Registration-Eligibility-Decision-For-24-D.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABELS

 

 

LABEL — 2,4-D AMINE 600 LIQUID HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-24-D-Amine-600-Liquid-Herbicide-2011-11-22-Loveland.pdf

 

 

LABEL — CLEAR CHOICE CONCENTRATE SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Clear-Choice-Concentrate-Selective-Herbicide-2012-10-16.pdf

 

 

LABEL — KILLEX TURF HERBICIDE CONCENTRATE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Killex-Turf-Herbicide-Concentrate-2011-08-09-Green-Cross.pdf

 

 

LABEL — PAR III TURF HERBICIDE SOLUTION

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Par-III-Turf-Herbicide-Solution-2011-11-22-Loveland.pdf

 

 

LABEL — PRO TRI-KIL TURF HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Pro-Tri-Kil-Turf-Herbicide-2012-09-21-Agrium.pdf

 

 

 

WEB-PAGE & REPORTS  ―  2,4-D HERBICIDE

 

 

2,4-D HERBICIDE  –  EVALUATIONS & ASSESSMENTS ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-1J8

 

 

2,4-D HERBICIDE  –  HIGHLY IMPLAUSIBLE CARCINOGENIC OUTCOMES WITH 2,4-D  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA )  –  CANCER CLASSIFICATION WITH DESCRIPTORS  –  PART 1 OF 3  –  2012 11 00 ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/04/24/cancer-classification-with-descriptors-part-1-of-3-environmental-protection-agency-epa-24-d-to-deltamethrin-2012-11-00/

 

 

2,4-D HERBICIDE  –  THE INDUSTRY TASK FORCE II ON 2,4-D RESEARCH DATA  –  REVISED WEB-SITE  –  MYTHS VERSUS FACTS  –  UPDATE  –  2012 09 00 ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Force-Of-Nature-24-D-Herbicide-2012-09-00-UPDATE-The-Industry-Task-Force-II-On-24-D-Research-Data-Revised-Web-Site-pdf.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2012/09/11/24-d-herbicide-the-industry-task-force-ii-on-24-d-research-data-improved-24-d-web-site-myths-versus-facts-2012-09-00/

 

 

2,4-D HERBICIDE  –  THE VON STACKELBERG STUDY  –  IMPLAUSIBLE CARCINOGENIC OUTCOMES  –  2012 02 01 ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/Force-Of-Nature-24-D-Herbicide-2012-02-01-UPDATE-Implausible-Carcinogenic-Outcomes-Von-Stackelberg-Study-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/02/28/24-d-herbicide-highly-implausible-carcinogenic-outcomes-with-24-d-the-von-stackelberg-study-2012-02-01/

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

Bacillus thuringensis

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

RE-EVALUATION NOT WARRANTED.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAMES ( ACTIVE INGREDIENTS )

 

 

Dipel WP Wettable Powder Biological Insecticide ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki 32% )

 

Thuricide 48LV Biological Insecticide ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kurstaki 19% )

 

Vectobac 200g Biological Larvicide Granules ( Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. israelensis )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2008 05 06

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES to include new/revised label statements to further protect workers, by-standers and the environment ( includes precautionary statements, personal protective equipment, first aid statements, resistance management statements, a PROHIBITION to use in any type of irrigation system, aerial application instructions, environmental hazard statements, revised directions for use statements for domestic products and other statements ).

 

 

 

UPDATE

 

 

Following the publication of RVD2008-18, several stake-holders filed Notices of Objection in July 2008.

 

The PMRA has carefully reviewed this information, and concluded that a reconsideration of the RE-EVALUATION DECISION for Bacillus thuringiensis is NOT WARRANTED.

 

However, some MITIGATION MEASURES and label statements have been revised.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS — 2008 05 06 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION DOCUMENT RVD2008-18 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Bacillus-thuringiensis-2008-05-06-Re-Evaluation-Decision-Document-RVD2008-18.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — BACILLUS THURINGIENSIS — 2006 11 16 — PROPOSED ACCEPTABILITY FOR CONTINUING REGISTRATION PACR2006-09 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Bacillus-thuringiensis-2006-11-16-Proposed-Acceptability-for-Continuing-Registration-PACR2006-09.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABELS

 

 

LABEL — DIPEL WP WETTABLE POWDER BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-DiPel-WPWettable-Powder-Biological-Insecticide-2012-03-13.pdf

 

 

LABEL — THURICIDE 48LV BIOLOGICAL INSECTICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Thuricide-48LV-Biological-Insecticide-2011-06-22.pdf

 

 

LABEL — VECTOBAC 200G BIOLOGICAL LARVICIDE GRANULES

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-VectoBac-200G-Biological-Larvicide-Granules-2011-06-28.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

dicamba

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAMES ( ACTIVE INGREDIENTS )

 

 

Banvel 483 Herbicide Solution ( dicamba 483 g a.e./L )

 

Oracle Dicamba Agricultural Herbicide ( dicamba 480 g a.e./L )

 

Vanquish Herbicide ( dicamba 480 g a.e./L )

 

 

 

PRODUCT MIXTURES THAT CONTAIN DICAMBA

 

 

Clear Choice Concentrate Selective Herbicide ( 2,4-D 6.33 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 4.04 g a.e./L, dicamba 0.78 g a.e./L )

 

Killex Turf Herbicide Concentrate ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Par III Turf Herbicide Solution ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

Pro Tri-Kil Turf Herbicide ( 2,4-D 190 g a.e./L, mecoprop-P 100 g a.e./L, dicamba 18 g a.e./L )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2008 08 05

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION ON LAWN AND TURF, agriculture and industrial uses with the exception of the DISCONTINUATION of dicamba products containing the diethanolamine ( DEA ) form of dicamba.

 

Final MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to further protect workers from exposure ( e.g. personal protective equipment requirements ) and to protect the environment ( e.g. buffer zones ).

 

 

 

REFERENCES ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DICAMBA — 2008 08 05 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION RVD2008-28 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dicamba-2008-08-05-Re-Evaluation-Decision-RVD2008-28.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DICAMBA — 2007 08 27 — PROPOSED RE-EVALUATION DECISION PRVD2007-05 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dicamba-2008-08-05-Re-Evaluation-Decision-RVD2008-28.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABELS

 

 

LABEL — BANVEL 483 HERBICIDE SOLUTION

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Banvel-483-Herbicide-Solution-2011-08-17-BASF.pdf

 

 

LABEL — ORACLE DICAMBA AGRICULTURAL HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Oracle-Dicamba-Agricultural-Herbicide-2012-01-24.pdf

 

 

LABEL — VANQUISH HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Vanquish-Herbicide-2010-10-26.pdf

 

 

LABEL — CLEAR CHOICE CONCENTRATE SELECTIVE HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Clear-Choice-Concentrate-Selective-Herbicide-2012-10-16.pdf

 

 

LABEL — KILLEX TURF HERBICIDE CONCENTRATE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Killex-Turf-Herbicide-Concentrate-2011-08-09-Green-Cross.pdf

 

 

LABEL — PAR III TURF HERBICIDE SOLUTION

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Par-III-Turf-Herbicide-Solution-2011-11-22-Loveland.pdf

 

 

LABEL — PRO TRI-KIL TURF HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Pro-Tri-Kil-Turf-Herbicide-2012-09-21-Agrium.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

dichlobenil

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAME ( ACTIVE INGREDIENT )

 

 

Casoron G-4 Granular Herbicide ( dichlobenil 4% )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2006 03 29 & 2005 10 25

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to further protect workers ( personal protective equipment, re-entry intervals ), domestic handlers( precautionary statements ) and the environment ( environmental hazard statements ); label amendment to limit the maximum application rate to 11.0 kg a.i./ha; and amend commercial labels to identify specific areas where dichlobenil is used for nutsedge control.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DICHLOBENIL — 2006 03 29 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION DOCUMENT RRD2006-14 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dichlobenil-2006-03-29-Re-Evaluation-Decision-Document-RRD2006-14.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DICHLOBENIL — 2005 10 25 — PROPOSED ACCEPTABILITY FOR CONTINUING REGISTRATION — RE-EVALUATION OF DICHLOBENIL PACR2005-10 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dichlobenil-2005-10-25-Proposed-Acceptability-For-Continuing-Registration-Re-Evaluation-Of-Dichlobenil-PACR2005-10.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABEL

 

 

LABEL — CASORON G-4 GRANULAR HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Casoron-G-4-Granular-Herbicide-2012-07-12.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

dithiopyr

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAME ( ACTIVE INGREDIENT )

 

 

Dimension Turf Herbicide ( dithiopyr 124 grams per litre )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2009 09 11

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

Proposed MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to protect human health and the environment ( including clarification of the maximum number of applications per year, a restricted-entry interval, precautionary environmental statements, and buffer zones ).

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DITHYOPYR — 2009 09 11 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION RVD2009-15 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dithyopyr-2009-09-11-Re-Evaluation-Decision-RVD2009-15.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — DITHYOPYR — 2008 12 03 — CONSULTATION DOCUMENT ON DITHIOPYR — PROPOSED RE-EVALUATION DECISION PRVD2009-01 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-dithyopyr-2008-12-03-Consultation-Document-On-Dithiopyr-Proposed-Re-Evaluation-Decision-PRVD2009-01.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABEL

 

 

LABEL — DIMENSION TURF HERBICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Dimension-Turf-Herbicide-2010-07-27.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

MCPA

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAME ( ACTIVE INGREDIENT )

 

 

MCPA Amine 500 Liquid Farm Weed Killer Rangeland, Grass Pasture and Turf ( MCPA 500 g a.e./L )

 

 

 

LAWN & TURF  ―  FINAL DECISION  ―  2008 05 22

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to further protect workers and the environment ( includes personal protective equipment, re-entry intervals, buffer zones, environmental hazards and other statements ).

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — MCPA — 2008 05 22 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION DOCUMENT RVD2008-20 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-MCPA-2008-05-22-Re-Evaluation-Decision-Document-RVD2008-20.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — MCPA — 2006 04 28 — PROPOSED ACCEPTABILITY FOR CONTINUING REGISTRATION — RE-EVALUATION OF THE LAWN AND TURF USES PACR2006-5 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-MCPA-2006-04-28-Proposed-Acceptability-For-Continuing-Registration-Re-Evaluation-Of-The-Lawn-And-Turf-Uses-PACR2006-5.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABEL

 

 

LABEL — MCPA AMINE 500

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-MCPA-Amine-500-2009-12-21-Dow.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

metalaxyl and metalaxyl-M

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAME ( ACTIVE INGREDIENT )

 

 

Subdue MAXX Fungicide ( metalaxyl-M and S-isomer 240 grams per litre )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2008 01 30

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES include new/revised label statements to further protect workers and the environment ( including re-entry interval, personal protective equipment, ground and surface water advisory statements, drift prevention statements and other label statements ).

 

 

 

UPDATE  ―  2011 09 30

 

 

Review of environmental data, required under Section 12 of the PCPA, confirmed that the use of metalaxyl and metalaxyl-m is ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

As a result, revised buffer zones and updated standard statements will be added to certain labels.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — METALAXYL & METALAXYL-M — 2008 01 30 — RE-EVALUATION DECISION DOCUMENT RVD2008-03 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-metalaxyl-metalaxyl-M-2008-01-30-Re-Evaluation-Decision-Document-RVD2008-03.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — METALAXYL & METALAXYL-M — 2007 11 05 — PROPOSED RE-EVALUATION DECISION PRVD2007-10 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-metalaxyl-metalaxyl-M-2007-11-05-Proposed-Re-Evaluation-Decision-PRVD2007-10.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABEL

 

 

LABEL — SUBDUE MAXX FUNGICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Subdue-MAXX-Fungicide-2006-04-03.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

Mineral Oil

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAMES ( ACTIVE INGREDIENTS )

 

 

Civitas Fungicide For Golf Course Turf ( Mineral Oil 98% )

 

Dormant Oil Emulsifiable Insecticidal Spray ( Mineral Oil 98.5% )

 

Superior Oil Concentrate ( Mineral Oil 83% )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES to include new/revised label statements to further protect workers and the environment ( includes personal protective equipment, restricted re-entry interval, buffer zones, environmental hazards and other statements ).

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — MINERAL OIL — 2011 06 14 — REGISTRATION DECISION RD2011-10 — SPRAY OIL 10 TECHNICAL & CIVITAS ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Mineral-Oil-2011-06-14-Registration-Decision-RD2011-10-Spray-Oil-10-Technical-Civitas.pdf

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — MINERAL OIL — 2008 05 29 — PROPOSED RE-EVALUATION DECISION PRVD2008-19 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-Mineral-Oil-2008-05-29-Proposed-Re-Evaluation-Decision-PRVD2008-19.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABELS

 

 

LABEL — CIVITAS FUNGICIDE FOR GOLF COURSE TURF

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Civitas-Fungicide-For-Golf-Course-Turf-2010-12-20.pdf

 

 

LABEL — DORMANT OIL EMULSIFIABLE INSECTICIDAL SPRAY

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Dormant-Oil-Emulsifiable-Insecticidal-Spray-1997-03-19.pdf

 

 

LABEL — SUPERIOR OIL CONCENTRATE — 1997 00 00

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Superior-Oil-Concentrate-1997-00-00.pdf

 

 

 

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DETAILS Concerning Chemicals Evaluated By Pest Management Regulatory Agency Of Health Canada

 

Health Canada Re-Evaluation Summary Table  ―  March 31st, 2013

 

propiconazole

 

 

 

STATUS

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

MITIGATION MEASURES.

 

 

 

PRODUCT NAMES ( ACTIVE INGREDIENTS )

 

 

Banner MAXX Fungicide ( propiconazole 14.3% )

 

Quali-Pro Propiconazole 14.3 ME Turf Fungicide ( propiconazole 154.5 grams per litre ( 14.3% ) )

 

 

 

PRODUCT MIXTURE THAT CONTAINS PROPICONAZOLE

 

 

Instrata Fungicide ( chlorothalonil 362 grams per litre, propiconazole 57 grams per litre, fludioxonil 14.5 grams per litre )

 

 

 

FINAL DECISION  ―  2011 02 04

 

 

ACCEPTABLE FOR CONTINUED REGISTRATION.

 

Proposed MITIGATION MEASURES includes new/revised label statements ( including personal protective equipment, re-entry intervals, PROHIBITION of high pressure sprayers for remedial wood preservative uses, discontinuation of domestic remedial wood preservative product, buffer zones, and additional advisory statements ).

 

 

 

UPDATE

 

 

The label statement regarding retention of effluent water for cranberry use is no longer required for propiconazole products.

 

 

 

REFERENCES  ―  HEALTH CANADA

 

 

HEALTH CANADA — PROPICONAZOLE — 2011 02 04 — PROPOSED RE-EVALUATION DECISION PRVD2011-02 ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Health-Canada-propiconazole-2011-02-04-Proposed-Re-Evaluation-Decision-PRVD2011-02.pdf

 

 

 

PRODUCT LABELS

 

 

LABEL — BANNER MAXX FUNGICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Banner-MAXX-Fungicide-2012-11-30.pdf

 

 

LABEL — QUALI-PRO PROPICONAZOLE 14.3 ME TURF FUNGICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Quali-Pro-Propiconazole-14.3-ME-Turf-Fungicide-2008-01-17.pdf

 

 

LABEL — INSTRATA FUNGICIDE

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Label-Instrata-Fungicide-2008-02-21.pdf

 

 

 

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Discover What Anti-Pesticide And Enviro-Lunatic Terrorists Are Doing And Saying About Subversively Imposing Their Life-Style Choices Against Our Society

 

 

Read  …  Force Of Nature  ―  The Whole Truth From An Independent Perspective.

 

Communities and businesses are being HARMED and DESTROYED and RAPED by PROHIBITIONS against pest control products used in the Urban Landscape, and by other ACTS OF ENVIRONMENTAL TERRORISM.

 

We are living in the 9|11 Era of Anti Pesticide and Environmental Terrorism where at least ONE SUBVERSIVE ACT OF TERROR is perpetrated EVERY SINGLE DAY by these terrorist.

 

We are living in the DARK AGE OF ANTI PESTICIDE TERRORISM where sound science is trumped by FAKE SCIENTISTS, JUNK SCIENCE and UNVERIFIABLE SECRET EVIDENCE through FABRICATION, INNUENDO, and INTERNET RUMOR  ―  scientific research PROVES that pest control products CAUSE NO HARM and can be USED SAFELY.

 

An informed public is better able to protect itself and its communities and businesses from so-called activists who are THE LEAST QUALIFIED TO PROVIDE ANY ADVICE about pest control products or the environment.

 

NORAHG is the National Organization Responding Against HUJE that seek to harm and destroy the Green space industry, and the well being of our communities.

 

NORAHG morally represents the VAST SILENT MAJORITY of people associated with turf and ornamental plant maintenance who are OPPOSED to Anti Pesticide PROHIBITION and the CLOSURE or ABANDONMENT of green spaces under the RIDICULOUS PRETEXT of somehow « saving » the environment.

 

NORAHG is a NATIONAL NON PROFIT NON PARTISAN organization that does not accept money from corporations or governments or trade associations, and represents NO VESTED INTERESTS WHATSOEVER.

 

NORAHG is dedicated to reporting the work of RESPECTED and HIGHLY RATED EXPERTS who promote ENVIRONMENTAL REALISM and PESTICIDE TRUTHS.

 

NORAHG pledges to deliver comprehensive reports that are worthy of peoples’ time and of peoples’ concern, reports that might ordinarily never have breached the parapet.

 

NORAHG was the brainchild of William H. Gathercole and his colleagues in 1991.  Mr. Gathercole is now retired, although his name continues to appear as founder.

 

Force Of Nature was launched by NORAHG for CONTINUOUS transmission on the Internet on January 1st, 2009   ―   however, the VERY FIRST Stand-Alone FORCE OF NATURE Report was issued on September 19th, 2008.

 

On January 1st, 2009, Force Of Nature Reports were launched for CONTINUOUS transmission on the Internet   ―   however, the VERY FIRST Stand-Alone Force Of Nature Report was issued on September 19th, 2008.

 

On March 15th, 2010, Uncle Adolph independently launched The Pesticide Truths, an easy-to-use Web-Site that collects relevant reports of information right-off-the-press.

 

Pesticide Truths and Force Of Nature, in some ways, are like Google for everything concerning the SUBVERSIVE ACTIVITIES of Anti-Pesticide and Enviro-Lunatic Terrorists.

 

For The Complete Library of Force Of Nature and A LOOK AT Reports & References, go to the following web-page  …

 

 

THE COMPLETE LIBRARY OF REPORTS & REFERENCES ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-2rr

 

 

 

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NORAHG has archived more information about HEALTH CANADA RE-EVALUATION SUMMARY TABLE on The Pesticide Truths Web-Site  …

 

 

FORCE OF NATURE — UPDATE — HEALTH CANADA — 2013 03 31 — RE-EVALUATION SUMMARY TABLE — PRODUCTS REMOVED ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/06/12/pesticides-removed-or-proposed-for-removal-by-health-canada-2013-03-31/

 

 

UPDATES & WARNINGS ( Web-Page )

 

2,4-D  –  CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY  –  FIESTA  –  GLYPHOSATE  –  GOLF INDUSTRY  –  HEALTH ISSUES  –  IPM  –  IPRODIONE  –  KILLER PLANTS  –  MANUFACTURERS  –  PROHIBITION  –  QUINTOZENE  –  SEEDS  –  WATER QUALITY

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-2e0

 

 

 

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NORAHG has archived more information about CANCER CLASSIFICATION on The Pesticide Truths Web-Site  …

 

 

CANCER CLASSIFICATION  –  CHEMICALS EVALUATED FOR CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA ) ( Reports )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Myth-BUSTING-Cancer-2012-11-00-Chemicals-Evaluated-for-Carcinogenic-Potential-EPA-pdf-300-dpi.pdf

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/04/17/chemicals-evaluated-for-carcinogenic-potential-environmental-protection-agency-epa-2012-11-00/

 

 

CANCER CLASSIFICATION  –  CANCER CLASSIFICATION WITH DESCRIPTORS  –  PART 1 OF 3  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA )  –  2,4-D TO DELTAMETHRIN ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/04/24/cancer-classification-with-descriptors-part-1-of-3-environmental-protection-agency-epa-24-d-to-deltamethrin-2012-11-00/

 

 

CANCER CLASSIFICATION  –  CANCER CLASSIFICATION WITH DESCRIPTORS  –  PART 2 OF 3  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA )  –  DIAZINON TO MALATHION ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/05/02/cancer-classification-with-descriptors-part-2-of-3-environmental-protection-agency-epa-diazinon-to-malathion-2012-11-00/

 

 

CANCER CLASSIFICATION WITH DESCRIPTORS  –  PART 3 OF 3  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA )  –  MECOPROP TO TRITICONAZOLE  –  2012 11 00 ( Report )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/2013/05/09/cancer-classification-with-descriptors-part-3-of-3-environmental-protection-agency-epa-mecoprop-to-triticonazole-2012-11-00/

 

 

CANCER CLASSIFICATION  –  CHEMICALS EVALUATED FOR CARCINOGENIC POTENTIAL  –  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ( EPA ) ( Reference )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Force-Of-Nature-Myth-BUSTING-Cancer-2012-11-00-Chemicals-Evaluated-for-Carcinogenic-Potential-EPA-REFERENCE.pdf

 

 

 

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NORAHG has archived more information on The Pesticide Truths Web-Site  …

 

 

THE PESTICIDE TRUTHS ARCHIVE OF REPORTS ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/

 

 

PESTICIDE BANS ARE A FARCE ( Report )

 

http://wp.me/p1jq40-4mS

 

 

REAL TRENDS AGAINST PESTICIDE BANS ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-1JO

 

 

CARNAGE CREATED BY CATASTROPHIC ANTI-PESTICIDE PROHIBITION  –  MAIN WEB-PAGE

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-5On

 

 

THE COST OF PESTICIDE BANS ( Report )

 

http://wp.me/p1jq40-6h1

 

 

ATTACKS AGAINST GOLF FACILITIES ( Report )

 

http://wp.me/p1jq40-6sN

 

 

MYTHS ABOUT BANNING PESTICIDES  –  LEADING SCIENTIFIC HEALTH AND POLICY EXPERTS ( White Paper )

 

http://wp.me/p1jq40-5DD

 

 

2,4-D HERBICIDE ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-1J8

 

 

COMPLAINT CHANNELS  –  COMPLAIN ABOUT THE ANTI-PESTICIDE LUNATICS ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-1PE

 

 

PESTICIDE LINKS ( Web-Page )

 

http://pesticidetruths.com/pesticide-qa-links/

 

 

THE COMPLETE LIBRARY OF REPORTS & REFERENCES ( Web-Page )

 

http://wp.me/P1jq40-2rr

 

 

 

 

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UPDATE -- Health Canada -- Acceptable For Continued Registration (5)

 

 

 

 

 

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