Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2015 (No. 2)

Link to law: https://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/F2015L00275

 
 
Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2015 (No. 2)1
 
 
 
I, Alan Norden, Executive Director, Registration Management and Evaluation and delegate of the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority, having regard to s 7A of the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals (Administration) Act 1992, make this instrument for the purposes of subsection 6(1) and the reference in subparagraph 5A(3)(b)(iii) of the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code which is a Schedule to the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Act 1994.
 
 
 
 
 
Alan Norden
Delegate of the Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority
 
 
 
Dated this Fifth day of March 2015
 
 
1                Name of Instrument
                  This Instrument is the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) Amendment Instrument 2015 (No. 2).
2                Commencement
                  This Instrument commences on the day after it is registered.
3                Amendment of the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) 2012
                  Schedule 1 to this Instrument amends the Agricultural and Veterinary Chemicals Code Instrument No. 4 (MRL Standard) 2012.
Schedule 1        Amendments
(section 3)
[1]            Schedule, Table 1 - MRLs of agricultural and veterinary chemicals and associated substances in food commodities
for each of the following compounds, omit the associated foods and MRLs listed under 'omit' and substitute in alphabetical order the associated foods and MRLs listed under 'substitute' (if any)
 
COMPOUND
FOOD
MRL (mg/kg)

Flonicamid
 
 

OMIT:
 
 

FP       0009
Pome fruits
0.7

SUBSTITUTE:
 
 

FP       0226
Apple
0.7

 
 
 

Haloxyfop
 
 

OMIT:
 
 

 
Green Elk
T0.5

 
 
 

Prochloraz
 
 

OMIT:
 
 

FI         0343
Litchi
T2

SUBSTITUTE:
 
 

FI         0343
Litchi
T1

 
 
 

Thiodicarb
 
 

OMIT:
 
 

 
Chia
T0.5

SUBSTITUTE:
 
 

 
Chia
T1

 
 
for each of the following compounds, insert in alphabetical order the associated foods and MRLs listed below
 
COMPOUND
FOOD
MRL (mg/kg)

Azoxystrobin
 
 

VL       0496
Rucola (rocket)
T50

 
 
 

Buprofezin
 
 

FI         0343
Litchi
T0.5

 
 
 

Clothianidin
 
 

VC      0045
Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits
T1

VO      0050
Fruiting vegetables, other than Cucurbits [except Sweet corn (corn on the cob)  and mushrooms]
T0.7

 
 
 

Dimethenamid-P
 
 

VA       0385
Onion, Bulb
T*0.01

 
[2]            Schedule, Table 4 - MRLs for pesticides in animal feed commodities
for each of the following compounds, omit the associated animal food commodities and MRLs listed under 'omit' and substitute in alphabetical order the associated animal feed commodities and MRLs listed under 'substitute' (if any)
 
COMPOUND
ANIMAL FEED COMMODITY
MRL (mg/kg)

Prosulfocarb
 
 

OMIT:
 
 

 
Barley forage, green
*0.01

AS       0640
Barley straw and fodder, dry
*0.01

 
Wheat forage, green
*0.01

AS       0654
Wheat straw and fodder, dry
*0.01

ADD:
 
 

 
Barley forage, green
0.5

AS       0640
Barley straw and fodder, dry
0.05

 
Wheat forage, green
0.5

AS       0654
Wheat straw and fodder, dry
0.05

 
for the following compounds, insert in alphabetical order the associated animal feed commodities and MRLs listed below
 
COMPOUND
ANIMAL FEED COMMODITY
MRL (mg/kg)

Clothianidin
 
 

 
Tomato pomace, dry
T10

 
[3]            Schedule, Table 5 - Uses of substances where MRLs are not necessary
insert in alphabetical order the following new substances and associated uses
 
SUBSTANCE
USE

Abamectin
For use in enclosed brine ponds for the control of Artemia spp. in the production of Dunaliella salina algae

Bromo, chloro-dimethylhydantoin
As a biocide for fruits, vegetables and ornamentals

4-(p-hydroxyphenyl)-2- butanone acetate
In fly baits as an insect sex attractant

Sodium lauryl sulphate
When used as an intradermal sclerosing agent around the breech of sheep

omit the following substances and associated uses
 
SUBSTANCE
USE

Bromo, chloro-dimethylhydantoin4-(p-hydroxyphenyl)-2- butanone acetate
As a biocide for fruits, vegetables and ornamentals
In fly baits as an insect sex attractant
 

 
 
1        Note
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