Noise Abatement Act (1997)

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PESTICIDES
THE PESTICIDES ACT
ARRANGEMENTS OF SECllONS
1. Short title.
2. Interpretation.
3. Establishment of Authority.
4. Functions of the Authority.
5. Policy directions.
6. Appointment of Registrar and other officers and servants.
7. Registration of pesticides.
8. Licensing of manufacturer or importer of pesticides.
9. Authorization to sell restricted pesticides and registration of
premises.
10. Prohibition on extermination for reward without licence.
11. Registers which shall be kept.
12. comctions of registers.
13. Suspension and deletion of entry from register.
14. Prohibited pesticides.
15. Prohibition on deceptive advertizing.
16. Regulations.
17. Designation of offim.
18. Powers and duties of inspector.
19. Certificate of examination and analysis.
20. OtFences.
SCHEDULBS.
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PESTICIDES
THE PESTICIDES ACI‘
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Acts
6 of 1975,
3 of 1996.
[13fh July. 1987.1
1. This Act may be cited as the Pesticides Act. Short title.
Interpretation.
2. In this Act unless the context otherwise requires-
“active ingredient” means any substance in a pesticide
which acts on a pest so as to exterminate it;
“advertize” includes any representation by any means
whatever for the purpose of promoting directly or
indirectly, the sale or other disposition of a pesticide;
“analyst” means a person so designated pursuant to
section 17;
“the Authority” means the Pesticides Control Authority
established by section 3;
“chairman” means the chairman of the Authority or
any person for the time being performing the
functions of the chairman;
“extermination” means the destruction or control of
“functions” includes duties and powers;
pests by means of the use of a pesticide;
“inspector” means a person so designated pursuant to
section 17;
“label” includes any legend, word, mark, symbol or
design applied or attached to, included in, belonging
to or accompanying any pesticide;
“manufacturer” means a person engaged in the business
of formulating, producing, preparing, mixing or
processing any pesticide;
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“package” means any container, wrapping, covering
or holder in which any pesticide is wholly or
partly contained, placed or packed;
“pest” means any insect, fungus, bacterium, nematode,
weed, rodent, predatory animal or any other form
of plant or animal life, including a virus, which
may infest or be detrimental to vegetation, man,
animals, or households, present in any environment
where not desired, or which may be declared by
the Minister, by order, to be a pest;
“pest control operator” means any person who, by himself
or his employees, assistants or agents, carries
out an extermination by way of trade or for purposes
of gain,
“pesticide” means any product, organism, substance or
thing that is manufactured, represented, sold or
used as a means of directly or indirectly controlling,
preventing, destroying, mitigating, attracting
or repelling any pest, and includes-
(a) any compound or substance that enhances
or modifies or is intended to enhance or
modify the physical or chemical characteristics
of a pesticide to which it is
added; and
(6) any active ingredient used for the manufacture
of a pesticide;
“prohibited pesticide” means any pesticide of which the
possible effects on the environment, plants, animals
or human beings are considered by the Minister to
be too dangerous to justify its use, and which is
specified in the Second Schedule;
“Registrar” means the Registrar appointed pursuant
to section 6;
Second
Schedule.
“registered premises’’ means any premises registered
pursuant to section 9;
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"restricted pesticide" means any pesticide specified in
the Third Schedule, and any preparation or mixture
containing such pesticide, other than-
(a) a preparation or mixture in which the
quantity of any such pesticide identified
by an asterisk is not more than 2% by
weight; or
(b) an impregnated resin strip in which the
quantity of a restricted pesticide is not
more than 20% by weight of dichlorvos;
"sell" includes offer for sale or expose for sale, display
or advertise for sale, have in possession for sale
and distribute;
"vehicle" includes any vessel or aircraft.
3.-41) There shall be established for the purposes of this
Act a body to be called the Pesticides Control Authority
which shall be a body corporate to which the provisions of
section 28 of the Interpretation Act shall apply.
(2) The provisions of the First Schedule shall have
effect with respect to the constitution and procedure of the
Authority and otherwise in relation thereto.
4. The hnctions of the Authority shall be-
(a) to register pesticides;
(b) to license persons to import or manufacture registered
pesticides;
(c) to authorize persons to sell restricted pesticides;
(4 to register premises in which a restricted pesticide
may be sold;
(e) to license pest control operators;
0) to consider and determine applications made pursuant
to this Act and to deal with all aspects of the
importation, manufacture, packaging, preparation for
sale, sale, disposal and use of pesticides and to advise
Third
Schedule
Establishment
of Authority.
Firs?
Schedule.
Fundion5 of
the Authority.
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the Minister on all matters in relation thereto; and
Policy
directions.
Appointment
of
Registrar and
other officers
and servants.
Registration
of pesticides.
Licensing of
manufacturer
or importer
of pesticides.
Authorization
to
sell restricted
pesticides
and registrstion
of
premises.
(g) to do such other things as may be expedient or
necessary for the proper performance of its functions
under this Act.
5. The Minister may, after consultation with the chairman,
give to the Authority directions of a general character
as to the policy to be followed in the performance of any of
its functions, and the Authority shall give effect to such
directions.
6. The Authority shall appoint a Registrar and may
engage such other employees as it thinks necessary for the
proper carrying out of the provisions of this Act at such
remuneration and on such terms and conditions as it thinks
fit:
Provided that no salary in excess of five thousand dollars per
mum shall be assigned to any post without the prior approval of
the Minister.
7. No person shall manufacture, import, advertise
or sell any pesticide unless such pesticide is registered in
the prescribed manner.
8. No person shall manufacture, or import any pesticide
unless he first obtains in the prescribed manner a licence to
manufacture or import, as the case may require, that pesticide.
9.-31) No person shall sell a restricted pesticide unless-
(a) he is authorized in the prescribed manner so to do;
(b) the premises in which the sale is carried out has
been registered in the prescribed manner for the
purpose; and
(c) the sale is carried out in accordance with such
other requirements as may be prescribed.
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(2) The Minister m:iy from tiem to time, after
consultation with the Authority, by order, amend the list of Third
schedule. restricted pesticides specified in the Third Schedule.
10.-(1) No person shall engage in or perform or offer to Prohibition
perform an extermination for reward unless he is licensed ~ t ~ ~ as a pest control operator by the Authority in the prescribed reward
manner or, subject to subsection (21, is an employee of such licence.
operator.
without
(2) No person shall serve as an employee of a pest
control operator for the purpose of carrying out an extermination
unless he complies with the repulations for the time
being in force relating to employees of pest control operators.
11.-(1) The Authority shall cause the Registrar to keep t;fpzall
in such form as it may from time to time determine- be kept.
a register to be known as the Register of Pesticides
in which shall be entered the name and prescribed
particulars of any pesticide registered under this
Act;
a register to be known as the Register of Licensees
in which shall be entered the name and prescribed
particulars of every persov 1;cenFed under tbis Act
to manufacture or import 2 registered pesticide;
a register to be known as the Register of
Authorized Persons and Registered Premises in
which shall be entered the name and prescribed
particulars of any ?erson aiithorized under this Act
to sell a restricted pesticide and the prescribed
particulars of the premises reczistered by that
person for the purpose of such sale;
a register to be known as the Register of Peyt Control
Operators in which shall be entered the name
and prescribed narticulars of any ?erson licensed
under this Act 97 a pest cor\trol operator.
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(2) The registers kept pursuant to subsection (1) shall
be open to inspection by any member of the public at all
reasonable times and a copy of each register shall be
published in the Gazette at such times as may be prescribed,
(3) Every application for the registration of a pesticide,
for a licence to manufacture or import a registered
pesticide, for authorization to sell a restricted pesticide, for
registration of the premises in which such restricted pesticide
may be sold, or for registration as a pest control
operator, shall be made in the prescribed form and be accompanied
by the relevant prescribed fee; and. subject to
the provisions of this Act, the Authority may grant any
such application on such terms and conditions as it thinks
fit, may refuse any such app?ication, and may at anv time
after an application has been granted, revoke any licence,
certificate or authorization issued pursuant to that application.
(4) The Registrar shall issue to every person whoce
application made piirsuant to this section is granted, the
apnronria te licence or certiFcate of registration or autborization.
aq the case m:,v reqiiire. in the prescribed form.
a m * o n s 12. Tt shall be the duty of the Redstrarof
registers.
(a) to remove fron any of the registers mentioned in
subsection (1) of section 11 any entrv which the
Authority directs him in writing to remove;
(h) to correct in Rccnrdance with the Authoritv`q
directions any entry in any sncfi register which
the Authoritv dkectc him in writing to correct as
being in the oninioq of the Authotitv m entry
which was incorrectlv made: and
f d to make from time to time anv necessmv alterations
in m y prescribed mrticulars contained in
any of such registers.
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13.-(1) If any person who has obtained any registration, ~uspnrion licence or authorization pursuant to this Act, is found upon of and entry deletion
enquiry by the Authority to have procured such registration, fsm.
licence or authorization, as the case may be, as a result of
any misleading, false or fraudulent representation, the
Authority may if it thinks fit, either suspend that registration,
licence or authorization, as the case may be, for a
period not exceeding one year or direct the Registrar to
delete the relevant entry from the appropriate register.
(2) The Authority may at any time if it thinks just,
direct any entry which has been deleted from a register
pursuant to subsection (1) to be reinstated.
(3) The Authority may, as soon as practicable
after-
(a) any registration, licence or authorization has been
suspended or deleted from a register; or
(b) the reinstatement of any registration, licence or
authorization which was deleted from a register,
cause notice of the appropriate fact to be published in the
Gazette.
(4) Whenever any registration, licence or authorization
is deleted from a register, the Authority may in writing
require the person to whom such registration, licence or
authorization had been granted to return to the Registrar
the relevant certificate or licence, as the case may be, and
such person shall comply with that requirement.
14.-(1) The pesticides specified in the Second Schedule -iitcd
shall be prohibited pesticides for the purposes of this Act, second
and accordingly shall not be brought into or used in the schedula
Island.
(2) The Minister may from time to time, after
consultation with the Authority, by order amend the list of
prohibited pesticides specified in the Second Schedule.
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(3) An order made pursuant to subsection (2), may
provide for the withdrawal from sale or use, and ior the
disposal of, any pesticide added to the list of prohibited
pesticides.
Prohibition 15. No person shall package, label or advertke any
advertk- is llkely to create an erroneous impression regarding its
character, value, quantity, composition, merit or sat’e’eiy, or
is inconsistent with the information supplied to the
Authority at the time of the application for registration.
on deceptive
ing.
pesticide ~II a manner that is fake, misleading or deceptive,
Regulations. 16,-(1) The Authority may, with the approval of the
Minister, make regulationsfor
the registration of pesticides;
respecting experimental samples of pesticides and
matters related thereto;
for the licensing of persons to import or manufacture
registered pesticides;
relating to restricted pesticides, the authorization
and the eligibility therefor of persons to sell
restricted pesticides and the premises in which
such pesticides may be sold;
relating to pest control operators, their employees
and any medical or other examination which they
may be required to undergo, and fixing the amount
and type of insurance or bond to be carried or
furnished by registered pest control operators;
as respects the labelling, packaging, storage, transportation
and use of pesticides;
specifying the pesticides which may only be used
by or under the direct supervision of a registered
pest control operator or other specified person;
governing the aerial application of pesticides;
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(i) providing for the keeping of books and records by
authorized persons, by persons licensed under this
Act to manufacture or import registered pesticides
and by pest control operators;
(j) relating to the designation of inspectors and official
analyst, and the taking and analyzing of samples;
(k) for matters relating to examinations by registered
medical practitioners of various persons having
contact with pesticides;
( I ) prescribing the protective clothing to be worn and
other precautions to be taken by persons handling
or having contact with particular pesticides or
classes thereof and imposing obligations on employers
of such persons with respect thereto;
(m) prescribing the permissible level of any pesticide
or breakdown product thereof, at any specified
time, in any kind of plant or animal product
intended for consumption by human beings or
domestic animals;
(a) regulating the periods during which particular
pesticides may or may not be used on certain
agricultural crops;
(0) respecting the disposal of pesticides and packages;
(p) for the protection of persons who may suffer damage
as a result of the use, storage, manufacture or
packaging of pesticides by others;
(4) exempting certain substances which may be used
as pesticides from the provisions of this Act when
being used otherwise than as pesticides;
(U) prescribing fees and forms in respect of any
registration, licence or authorization under this
Act; and
(s) for giving further and better effect to the provisions
of this Act and prescribing any other matter or
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thing, whether similar to the foregoing or not,
which may be or is required by this Act to be
prescribed.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in section
29 of the Interpretation Act, regulations under this section
may provide in respect of a breach of any of the provisions
thereof that the offender shall be liable on summary conviction
in a Resident Magistrate’s Court to such fine not
exceeding fifty thousand dollars or to such term of imprisonment
with hard labour not exceeding six months or to both
such fine and imprisonment as may be specified therein.
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s. 2.
Designatie.of
officers.
17. The Minister may from time to time designate any
person whether by name or by the title of his office to be an
inspector or an analyst for the purposes of this Act.
pawn and
inspa:tor. (0) enter-
18.-(1) An inspector may at any reasonable timeduties
of
(3 any premises or vehicle in which an extermination
is being carried out;
(ii) any premises where pesticides are manufactured,
stored, kept for sale or disposed of;
(iii) any vehicle in which pesticides are transported;
and
(iv) any other premises or vehicle in which he
has reasonable cause to believe any breach
of this Act has been or is being committed,
and may make such examinations and enquiries
and take such samples free of charge as he may
deem necessary;
(b) open and examine any receptacle or package
found in any premises or vehicle mentioned in
paragraph (a) that he reasonably believes contains
any pesticide;
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(c) examine any books, documents or other records
found in any premises or vehicle mentioned in
paragraph (a) which he reasonably believes contain
any information which may assist in the
enforcement of this Act, and make copies thereof
or extracts therefrom;
(d) seize and detain any article by or in relation to
which he reasonably believes any provision of this
Act has been contravened, so, however, that any
article so seized may, at the option of an inspector,
be stored or kept in the premises where it was
seized, or may on his direction be removed to any
other place which he considers satisfactory for the
purpose.
(2) An inspector shall be furnished with a certificate
of designation and on entering any premises or vehicle
pursuant to subsection (1) he shall, if required so to do,
produce the certificate to the person in charge of the
premises or vehicle.
(3) The owner or person in charge of any premises
or vehicle entered by an inspector pursuant to subsection (l),
and every person found therein, shall give the inspector all
reasonable assistance in their power and shall furnish him
with such information in their possession as he may
reasonably require.
(4) An inspector may examine or analyze any article
seized by him or any sample therefrom, or any sample taken
by him, or submit such article or sample to an analyst for
examination or analysis.
- - - .
19.-(1) Where an inspector or analyst has made an -~ examination or analysis pursuant to section 18, he may oi m i n a -
or analysis, as the case may be.
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(2) The certificate of an inspector or analyst stating
that he has examined or analyzed an article or sample for
the purposes of this Act and stating the result of his examination
or analysis, as the case may be, shall be admissible in
evidence in a prosecution for contravention of this Act and
shall be prima facie proof of the statements contained in
the certificate, but the party against whom it is produced
may require the attendance of the inspector or analyst
issuing the certificate for the purpose of cross-examining
him.
OBancSc. 20.41) Every person who-
(a) contravenes any of the provisions of this Act;
(b) with intent to deceive-
(i) forges or uses or lends to or allows to be
used by another person any licence or certificate
issued pursuant to this Act; or
(E) makes or has in his possession any document
so closely resembling such licence-or
certificate as to be calculated to deceive; or
(c) assaults or obstructs any inspector or other officer
designated or appointed as the case may be under
this Act, acting in the performance of his functions
pursuant to this Act; or
(4 without proper authority interferes with, or disposes
of, any article seized or detained pursuant to
paragraph (d) of subsection (1) of section 18; or
(e) bribes or attempts to bribe any inspector or &her
officer designated or appointed as the case may
be under this Act, in connection with any matter
arising in the performance of any of his functions
pursuant to this Act; or
(f) knowingly gives false or misleading information to
any inspector or other officer designated or appointed
as the case may be under this Act; or
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(9> being an inspector or other officer designated or
appointed under this Act as the case may be,
accepts or solicits any bribe in connection with
any matter arising in the performance of any of
his functions pursuant to this Act,
shall be guilty of an offence and shall be liable on summary
conviction before a Resident Magistrate to afine not
exceeding fifty thousand dollars or to imprisonment for a 3 / ~ 9 6
term not exceeding six months.
(2) A prosecution for an offence under paragraph (d)
or (f) of subsection (1) shall not be instituted without the
sanction of the Director of Public Prosecutions.
s. 3.
21. Any person aggrieved by any decision of the Authority Appeals to may appeal to the Minister against such decision within M inn [er.
such time and in such manner as may be prescribed.
FIRST SCHEDULE (Section 3)
1. The Authority shall consist of not more than fourteen members aastibbeing
persons appearing to the Minister to have ability and experience tion of.
in the fields of plant protection, food storage, pesticides chemistry, Auhonty.
public health. food chemistry, th? pest control industry, and matters
related thereto.
2. The appointment of a member shall, subject to the provisions of T~~~~ of
this Schedule, be for a period not exceeding three years and such mem- offia.
ber shall be eligible for reappointment.
3. The Mnister shall appoint one of the members to be chairman -.
thereof.
4. If the chairman or any other member is absent or unable to act. Aa*
the Minister may appoint any person to act in the place of the chairman appomtor
such member. menu.
5.-(1) Any member other than the chairman may at any time resign Resjgnahis
office by instrument in writing addressed to the Minister and trans- tions.
mitted through the chairman and from the date of receipt by the
Minister of such instrument that member shall cease to be a member
of the Authority.
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(2) The chairman may at any time resign his office by instrument
in writing addressed to the Minister and such resignation shall take
effect as from the date of receipt by the Minister of that instrument.
6. The Minister may at any time revoke the appointment of any
7. If any vacancy occurs in the membership such vacancy shall be
filled by the appointment of another member by the Minister, and in
making such appointment, the Minister shall have regard to the provisions
of paragraph 1.
Gazetting of 8. The names of all members as first constituted and every change
mcmber5hip. in the membership shall be published in the Gmefte.
Co-option of 9. The Authority may co-out such uersons, whether Government
Revocation
Of aWo`ntmenu.
Filling of
vacancies.
member if he thinks it expedient so to do.
members.
Funds of
the
Authority.
Accounts
anJ audit.
Annual repurl
and
estimates.
Seal and
execution
of documenu.
officers or otherwise. to -attend -particu& meetings or parts thereof, as
it thinks fit.
10. The funds of the Authority shall consist of such moneys as may
from time to time be placed at its disposition for the purposes of this
Act by Parliament, and such other moneys as niay be lawfully paid to
the Authority.
11. The Authority shall keep proper accounts of its receipts, payments,
assets and liabilities, and such accounts shall be audited annually
by an auditor appointed in each year by the Authority with the approval
of the Minister.
12.-(1) The Authority shall not later than three months after the end
of each financial year, cause to be made and transmitted to the Minister,
a report of its activities during the preceding financial year, including a
statement of its accounts, audited in accordance with paragraph 11.
and the Minister shall cause copies of such report, together with the
auditor`s report, to be laid on the Table of the House of Representatives
and of the Senate.
(2) The Authority shall, before a date specified by the Minister,
submit to the Minister for his approval estimates of revenue and expenditure
for the ensuing financial year.
13.41) The seal of the Authority shall be kept in the custody of the
chairman or the Registrar and shall be affixed to instruments pursuant
to a resolution of the Authority in the presence of the chairman or any
other member of the Authority, and the Registrar.
(2) The seal of the Authority shall be authenticated by the
signatures of the chairman or any other member authorized to act in
that behalf, and the Registrar.
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(3) All documents other than those required by law to be under
seal made by and all decisions of the Authority may be signified
under the hand of the chairman, or any other member authorized in
that behalf, or the Registrar.
14.-(1) The Authority shall meet at such times as may be expedient proc0dpre
for the transaction of its business and such meetings shall be held at and
such places and times and on such days as the Authority may determine. m=tinor.
(2) The chairzan shall preside at all meetings of the Authority
at which he is present, and in the case of the chairman’s absence from
any meeting, the members present and forming a quorum shall elect
one of their number to preside at that meeting.
(3) The chairman may at any time call a special meeting of the
Authority and shall call a special meeting within seven days of the
receipt of a written requisition for that purpose addressed to him by
any three members of the Authority.
(4) A quorum of the Authority shall be four.
(5) The decisions of the Authority shall be by a majority of votes
and, in addition to an original vote, the chairman or other person
presiding at a meeting shall have a casting vote in any case io which
the voting is equal.
(6) Minutes in proper form of each meeting of the Authority
shall be kept.
(7) Thc validity of the proceedings of the Authority shall not
be affected by any vacancy amongst the members thereof or by any
defect in the appointment of any member thereof.
15.41) The Authority may appoint such committees as it thinks fit, ~0-w
and may delegate to any committee so appointed the power and
authority to carry out on its behalf such functions as the Authority
may determine, so, however, that no committee so appointed shall
have the power to make regulations.
(2) The constitution of any committee appointed pursuant to
sub-paragraph (1) shall be determined by the Authority.
(3) The validity of the proceedings of a committee appointed
pursuant to this paragraph shall not be affected by any vacancy
amongst the members thereof or by any defect in the appointmtnt of a
member thereof.
(4) The provisions of paragraph 16 shall apply to a member of
a committee in like manner as they apply to a member of the Authority.
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Protection of 16.41) No member of the Authority shall be personally liable for
any act or default of the Authority done or omitted to be done in good
faith in the course of the operations of the Authority.
(2) Where any member of the Authority is exempt from liability
by reason only of the provisions of this paragraph, the Authority shall
be liable to the extent that it would be if the member were a servant or
agent of the Authority.
Remunmtion
Of
members.
1`7. There shall be paid from the funds of the Authority to the chairman
and other members of the Authority such remuneration whether
by way of honorarium, salary or fees, and such allowances as the
Minister may determine.
Office of
or member of A u ~ o ~ , , , Jamaica.
not public
Office.
18. The office of chairman or member of the Authority shall not be
a public office for the purposes of Chapter V of the Constitution of
SECOND SCHEDULE (Sections 2 and 14)
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Prohibited Pesticides
aldicarb (Temik)
aldxin
azinphos-ethyl (Gusathion A)
azinphos-methyl (Gusathion M. Guthion)
calcium a.xsenate
colrpeh arsenate
o h l h
chldenvinphos
cyanide3 (in@c)
cyhexetin
DDT
demeton (Systox)
dicrotophos (Bidrin)
dieldrin
dimefox (Pestox XIV)
dinweb, diaoseb acetate
dinabrb
disulfdon
DNOC
endrin
EPN
ethylene dibromide
ethylene dichloride
fensuifothion (Dasanit. Terracur P)
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fluenetil (Lambrol)
fonofos (Dyfonate)
Gophacide
h m a
hemuhlmbenzcue
lead arsenate
m a d h ~ m
mCVbpllO6
mireX -- parathion
parathion-methyl
phorate (Thimet)
wd
P-nol
Ph-h
p o t a s s i u m ~ k
dsquiu
schradan
sodim tus€xlire
sulfotep
TEPP
thionazin (Nemofos. Zinophos)
tOXtbphtXl0
white 81s6Iliic
white phaphmu
Zectran
zinc phosphide
LN.
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L.N.
41 / 1999.
LJN.
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La.
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41 11999.
LN.
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(Sections 2 and 9) L-N.
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20 PES TIC1 DES
PESTICIDES 21
cycloxydim
`CyaUthrin
Cyhalothrin
cyr
*c ypermethrin
cy-phenothrin
*D-allethrin
*D-phenothrb (= 1R.trans-isomer)
dalapon
dawnlet
diethyl t o l d d e WEET)
*deltamebin
diafenthiuron
diazinon
*dicamba
dichlorvos
diwfol
*difenacoum
dirnethoate
diquat
di won
endosulphan
*esbiothrin
ethoprophos
ethyl 1-naphtalene acetate
ethylene oxide
etridiazole
* fenitrathion
fenoxycarb
fenpropolthrin
fenvalerate
flu azifop- butyl
flumethrin
formothion
fosetyl aluminium
fusilazole
glyphosate
gl yphosate-trimesium
hexaconazole
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22 PES TIC1 D ES
hexazinone
*hydramethylnon
imazalil
imazapyr
ioxynil
iprodione
isazofos
isopropalin
isqmpnol
isoxafluble
lambda-cyhalothrin
lindane
linuron
malathion
mancuzeb
maneb
mecoprop (MCPP)
mdalaxyl
metaldehyde
methamidophos
methaan-sodium
methidathion
metolachlor
methomyl
methyl bromide
metoxuron
metribuzin
metsulfuron
MSMA (Sodium hydrogen methylarsonate)
N-alkyldimethyl benzyl ammonium chloride
octhilinone
octyl methoxycinnamate
oxad iazon
paraquat
pendimethalin
phosmet
picloram
*piperonyl butoxide
oxamyl
*pl?rmethrin
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PESTICIDES 23
pirirniphos-ethyl
pirimiphos-methyl
pol yoxyethylene tallow mine
*prallethrin
profenofos
prometryn
propanil
propiconazole
*propoxur
*pynamin forte
*pyrocide No. 5192 without MGK 264
quinalphos
rotenone
setnoxydim
simarine
sodium bromide
sodium dichloro-S-triazindrione
sumithrin
terbuthylazine
terbutryn
tetrachloroisophthalonitrile
*tetramethrin
t h i abend azole
thiobencarb
thiodicarb
thiophanate
thiophanate-methyl
titanium dioxide
titanium dioxide dispersion
* transfluthrin
triadimefon
trichlorfon
trideimorph
trifluralin
vinclozolin
zineb
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