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The MRL values listed below apply to grapes, unless otherwise stated.

oxyfluorfen

Product group: Herbicide
Registered products: Cavalier, Convert 240 EC, Goal, GoalTender, Ox 240, Oxen, Oxyfan, Oxyfluorfen 240 EC (4 Farmers), Oxyfluorfen 240 EC (Titan AG), Point, Striker

Country MRL (mg/kg) Comments Updated Reviewed
Argentina 0.01   12/06/2012 05/07/2019
Australia 0.05   18/09/2009 03/07/2019
Brazil

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
19/07/2011 05/07/2019
Canada 0.1

Comments:

This is a default value as no Canadian MRL has been established.
27/04/2010 05/07/2019
Chile

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
09/10/2009 05/07/2019
China

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
27/10/2009 03/07/2019
Codex

Comments:

No Codex MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
07/10/2009 05/07/2019
European Union Member Countries 0.1   07/10/2009 05/07/2019
Fiji

Comments:

No Codex MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
27/10/2009 09/03/2018
Hong Kong 0.05   04/11/2014 05/07/2019
India

Comments:

No MRL is established for methomyl, but an MRL of 0.3 mg/kg was proposed in 2017. The Codex MRL (0.3 mg/kg) may be recognised. The MRL is for the combined residue of methomyl and thiodicarb, expressed as methomyl.
14/10/2009 05/07/2019
Indonesia

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
12/10/2009 05/07/2019
Israel 0.02   29/06/2016 05/07/2019
Japan 0.05   07/04/2010 04/07/2019
Korea (Republic of) 0.05   08/04/2010 05/07/2019
LCBO 0.1

Comments:

The MRL applies to wine.
27/10/2009 05/07/2019
Malaysia 0.01

Comments:

This is a default value as no Malaysian or Codex MRL has been established.
29/04/2010 05/07/2019
New Zealand 0.01

Comments:

The MRL for oxyfluorfen as been set "at or about" the limit of analytical quantitation. Under the Trans Tasman Mutual Recognition legislation the Australian MRL of 0.05 mg/kg will be recognised in New Zealand for imports from Australia.
18/05/2012 05/07/2019
Norway 0.1   01/11/2009 05/07/2019
Philippines

Comments:

No Codex MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
13/10/2009 05/07/2019
Russia

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
14/10/2009 05/07/2019
Singapore

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
02/11/2009 05/07/2019
South Africa 0.1   14/10/2009 09/03/2018
Switzerland 0.1

Comments:

Switzerland defers to the European Union MRL for oxyflorfen.
19/06/2012 09/03/2018
Taiwan 0.03   22/10/2013 05/07/2019
Thailand

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
09/10/2009 05/07/2019
Turkey 0.1   09/03/2018 09/03/2018
United States of America 0.05   09/12/2009 05/07/2019
Vietnam

Comments:

No MRL is listed, therefore no detectable residue is permitted.
03/11/2009 05/07/2019

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