Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 26 August 2003, Regulations No. 476 "rules Concerning The Control Of Pesticide Residues In Products Of Plant Origin"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2003.gada 26.augusta noteikumos Nr.476 "Noteikumi par pesticīdu atlieku kontroli augu valsts izcelsmes produktos"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 899 Riga 2007 December 18 (Mon. No 70 36) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 26 august 2003, regulations No. 476 "rules concerning the control of pesticide residues in products of plant origin" Issued under the plant protection act article 5 paragraph 4 make 1 Cabinet of 26 august 2003, regulations No. 476 "rules concerning the control of pesticide residues in products of plant origin" (Latvian journal, 2003, 119 no; 2004, nr. 50; 2005, 4, nr. 210.138, 2006; , 82, 140, 207. no; in 2007, 84, no. 153) the following amendments: 1. delete paragraph 50 words ' and 3.2.73. subdivision "; 1.2. to complement the informative reference to directives of the European Union with 76, 77 and 78. paragraph by the following: ' 76) Commission 26 June 2007 of Directive 2007/39/EC amending Annex II to Council Directive 90/642/EEC as regards maximum permitted levels for diazinon-majiem; 77) Commission of 4 October 2007 Directive 2007/62/EC, amending certain annexes to Council Directives 86/362/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards bifenzāt, pethoxamid, pyrimethanil and rimsulfuron maximum residue levels; 78) Commission 17 September 2007 of Directive 2007/56/EC, amending certain annexes to Council Directives 86/362/EEC, 86/363/EEC and 90/642/EEC in respect of azoxystrobin, chlorothalonil, deltamethrin, hexachlorobenzene, ioxynil, oxamyl and quinoxyfen maximum residue levels. "; 1.3. make annex 2, chapter II, paragraph 26 the following: "26. Deltamethrin (cis-deltamethrin) (a) 2-grain" 1.4. supplement to annex 2, chapter II, with 214.215.216, and 217, paragraph by the following: "Bifenzāt of 0.01 * 214. p9-grain 215. Pethoxamid p9-0.01 * grains * 216.0.05 pyrimethanil p9-grain 217.0.05 * Rimsulfuron p9-grain" 1.5. to supplement the notes to annex 2 to paragraph 13 and 14 by the following : "13. p9-indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156" plant protection products ", and the registration procedure the quantity becomes definitive quantity applicable from 25 October 2011. 14. a-the provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues, which are in effect until November 1, 2008 (when is deltamethrin preparation Reregistration in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 of plant protection products ' registration ') "; 1.6. to express 3.2.1. subheading title as follows: "2.1. Acephate and chlorpyrifos"; 1.7. deleting subsection 2.1 of annex 3 table box 4; 1.8. to express 3.2.24 subdivision name as follows: "2.24 fenvalerate (RR and SS isomers) and esfenvalerate (RS and SR isomers)"; 1.9. deletion of annex 3 2.24. subdivision of box 5 table; 1.10. to express 3. subsection name following a 2.66: "2.66 Flazasulfuron and flurtamone."; 1.11. deletion of annex 3 table 5 subsection 2.66. box; 1.12. Express 3.2.70. the following subheading: "azoxystrobin, chlorothalonil 2.70., deltamethrin and hexachlorobenzene no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues, azoxystrobin, chlorothalonil deltamethrin (cisdeltametrīns) hexachlorobenzene 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.01 * 1.1.: 0.01 * 0.05 1 citrus * Orange grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0.1 * 0.01 * 0.05 *: cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit (pome): 0.2 0.05 * apples pears quinces 1 others 0.1 * 0.05 kinds: 1.4 apricots cherries peaches 0.2 1 (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums others 0.01 * 0.1 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes : 0.2 1 2 table grapes wine grapes 3 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 2 3 0.2 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): 0.01 * raspberries 3 blackberries 3 North of kazeņaven of 0.5 kaulen 0.05 * 0.05 * General 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild) 0.05 *: Cranberries 2 blueberries gooseberries 10 0.2 currants (red and white), blackcurrant 10 0.5 0.05 * 0.01 * other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.01 * 1.6. different fruits : pineapple avocados bananas dates grenade in 0.2 2 Kiwi fruit, the mango lič citrons 0.2 0.2 olives (table consumption) olives (oil extraction) 1 papaya passion fruit of fig 20 0.2 others 0.05 * 0.01 * 0.05 * 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.01 * 2.1. root and tuber vegetables 0.05 * beetroot: sweet potatoes carrots 0.2 1 cassava yams turnips horseradish 0.2 0.2 0.2 parsnip Salsify parsley root radishes 0.2 0.2 0.3, 1 celeriac Jerusalem artichokes in the others 0.05 * 0.01 turnips * 2.2. bulb vegetables : garlic onions shallots 0.5 0.1 0.5 0.1 spring onions 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.05 * 0.01 2 5 others * 0.05 * 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: 2 2 Eggplant peppers tomatoes 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.2 okra rest 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible skin: 1 0.2 1 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 0.01 * 5 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 0.5 0.2 1 melons squashes watermelons others 0.05 * 0.01 2.3.4 sweet corn * 0.05 * 2.4. Brassica vegetables : 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: 3 0.5 0.1 Broccoli (including Calabrese) Cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2. vegetables: 0.3 0.1 rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) 3 head cabbage others 0.01 * 3 2.4.3. Brassica leafy vegetables 0.01 * 5 0.5 Chinese cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 0.2 0.01 * 0.05 2.4.4. * 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: 3 0.01 * 0.5 salad garden Cress Lamb's lettuce Endive (broad) rukol salad of Brassica vegetable leaves and stems turnip greens also other 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0.05 * 0.01 * beetroot 0.5 spinach leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0.05 * 0.01 * 0.05 * 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0.2 0.01 * 0.05 * 2. herbs: Chervil chives 3 5 0.5 parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): 0.2 beans (with pods) 1 5 beans (without pods) 0.2 2 peas (with pods) 2 0.5 peas (without pods) others 0.05 * 0.01 * 0.2 0.3 2.7. stem vegetables : artichoke fennel Leek 1 5 2 10 0.1 0.2 rhubarb celery 5 10 asparagus cardoons 0.05 * 0.01 * others 0.05 * 0.05 * 2.8. mushrooms: 0.05 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 0.01 * 2 3. Pulses: 0.1 0.01 0.01 * 1 * beans lentils peas others 4. Lupin oil seeds: cotton seeds cannabis seeds pumpkin seeds 0.05 linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed 0.5 0.1 (paddy), sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard seeds 0.5 0.1 soya beans groundnuts others 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.02 * 0.01

5. Potatoes 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.01 *: 0.01 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 0.1 * 0.1 * 5 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum 20 50 5 0,02 * "1.13. Express 3.2.73. the following subheading:" 2.73. Ioxynil and quinoxyfen, oxamyl no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues Ioksinils50 oxamyl quinoxyfen fruit 1 2 3 4 5 1. , fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: citrus fruit 0,05 * t 1.1.: 0,02 * t oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) 0,02 * 0,01 * t pomelos others t 1.2. tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0,01 * 0,02 * t t: cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit (pome) : 0,01 * t 0, 05 to apples pears quinces others 0,02 * t 1.4. kinds: 0,01 * apricots t 0, 05 cherries 0, 3t peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) 0, 05 plums others 0,02 * t 1.5. berries and small fruit 0,01 * t: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 1t table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0, 3t 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): 0,02 * t raspberry BlackBerry North of kazeņaven the rest of kaulen 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild) : 2t, Cowberries, blueberries cranberries gooseberries of currants (red and white), blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits 0,02 * t 1.6. Miscellaneous fruit 0,01 * 0,02 * t t: pineapple avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit canisters in lič mango citrons




olives (table consumption) olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 2.1 vegetables 0,01 * 0,02 * t t: beetroot carrots, sweet potatoes, cassava yams 0 2t turnips, parsnip horseradish 0 2t Salsify parsley root radishes celeriac Jerusalem artichokes for others 0,05 * t turnip 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,01 * 0,02 * t t: garlic, onions 0 0 2t, 2t, 2t 0 shallots spring onions others 0,05 * 3t t 2.3. fruiting vegetables : 0,05 * t 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: 0,02 * t Eggplant 0, 02 the pepper 0, 02 tomatoes 0, 02 the okra others 0,01 * t 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0,02 * t cucumber 0, 02 the gherkin 0, 02 the zucchini to the remaining 0.01 0, 03 * t 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 0,01 * t 0, 05 to melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 2.3.4 0,01 * 0,02 * t t 2.4. Brassica vegetables 0,05 * 0,01 * t t: 0,02 * t 2.4.1. flowering Brassica : Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) Cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2. vegetables: rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3. vegetables: Chinese cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 2.4.4.2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0,05 * 0,01 * 0,02 * t t t 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive (broad) of Brassica rukol lettuce leaves and stems, including turnip greens other 2.5.2. spinach and the like : spinach beet leaves (chard) other water Cress 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5. leaf chicory. herbs: Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh) 0,05 * 0,01 * 0,02 * t t t beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 2.8. stem vegetables 0,01 * t 0: artichokes, fennel Leek 3t 3t rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery leaves others 0,02 * 0,05 * t t 2.8. mushrooms : 0,05 * 0,01 * 0,02 * t t t cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0,05 * 0,01 * t t: 0,02 * t lentils beans peas lupines in General 4. Oil seeds 0,02 * 0,1 * 0,05 * t t t cotton seeds cannabis seeds pumpkin seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0,05 * 0,01 * t t 0, 02 the early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,1 * 0,02 * 0,05 * t t t 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0,02 * 0,1 * t sabirzum t 0, 5t "1.14. Express 3.2.93. the subdivision name as follows:" 2.93. Folpet and chlorfenapyr "; 1.15. deletion of annex 3 2.93. subdivision of box 4 table; 1.16. the supplement to annex 3 in 2108. the following subheading: "2108. Diazinon no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantities of pesticides Diazinon 1 2 3 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: citrus fruit 0.01 * 1.: oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) : cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds pistachios walnuts Pecans 0.05 others 0.01 * 1.3. juicy fruit (pome): 0.01 * apples pears quinces others 1.4.: 0.01 kinds * apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 0.01 * table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0.01 * 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild) : 0.01 * raspberry BlackBerry North of kazeņaven the rest of kaulen 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild): Cranberries, Cowberries, Bilberries 0.2-gooseberry currant (red and white), blackcurrants other 0.01 * 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0.01 * 1.6. different fruits: pineapples, avocados bananas dates 0.3 grenade in Kiwi fruit mango citrons in lič olives (table consumption) olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya figs others 0.01 * 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, , frozen or dried: 2.1 root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrot cassava yams yams turnips horseradish radish 0.1 Salsify parsnip parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0.01 * 2.2. bulb vegetables: garlic onions shallots spring onions 0.05 others 0.01 * 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant peppers tomatoes okra 0.05 others 0.01 * 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0.01 * cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : 0.01 * melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 0.02 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: broccoli 0.01 * (sparģeļkāpost) Cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2. vegetables: rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others 0.01 * 0.5 2.4.3. Brassica leafy vegetables: Chinese cabbage Kale others 0.05 0.01 * 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 0.2 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0.01 * 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica vegetable leaves and stems , including turnip leaves other 2.5.2. spinach: spinach and similar beet leaves (chard) other water Cress 2.5.3 2.5.4 2.5.5. leaf chicory. herbs: Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): 0.01 * beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 2.8. stem vegetables 0.01 *: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms : 0.01 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: 0.01 * beans lentils peas others 4. Lupin oil seeds: 0.02 * cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds, mustard seed soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0.01 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 7. Hops (dried) , including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum 0.5 "1.17. supplement to annex 3 2109. the following subheading:" 2109. Bifenzāt, pethoxamid pyrimethanil rimsulfuron, and no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues in Bifenzāt pethoxamid pyrimethanil Rimsulfuron 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9 1.1. citrus fruit : 0,01 * p9 10p9 oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0,01 * p9 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts, almonds, Pecans pistachio 2p9 0 0 2p9 walnuts others 0,05 * p9 1.3. juicy fruit (pome): 0,01 * apples pears quinces p9 5p9 other kinds: 1.4 0,01 * apricots cherries peaches p9 3p9 (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums others 0,05 10p9 3p9 * p9 1.5. berries and small fruits : 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: p9 5p9 0,01 * table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 2p9 5p9 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): 0,01 * p9 raspberries 10p9 BlackBerry 10p9 North of kazeņaven the rest of kaulen 0,05 * p9 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild): 0,01 * p9 5p9 cranberries, Cowberries, blueberries gooseberries of currants (red and white), blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9 1.6. different fruits : 0,01 * avocados bananas pineapples p9 0, 1p9 dates of Kiwi fruit canisters in lič mango citrons olives (table consumption) olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya figs others 0,05 * p9 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9 2.1. root and tubers vegetables: 0,01 * beetroot p9 sweet potatoes carrots 1p9 turnips Yam manioc horseradish radishes Salsify parsnip parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0,05 * p9 2.2. bulb vegetables : 0,01 * garlic onions 0, p9 1p9 shallots spring onions others 0,05 * p9 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Aubergine, pepper 1p9 5p9 0 2p9 0 5p9 1p9 2p9 tomatoes, okra others 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9



2.3.2. to eat the bark of ķirbjaug: 0, 3p9 1p9 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel 0,05 * 0,01 * p9: p9 melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 2.3.4 p9 0,05 * 0,01 * p9 2.4. Brassica vegetables 0,05 * 0,01 * p9: p9 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) Cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2. vegetables: rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 vegetables : Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 2.4.4.2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0,01 * p9 2.5.1. lettuce and Cress salad: salātveidīg garden 10p9 Lamb's lettuce Endive (broad) of Brassica rukol lettuce leaves and stems, including turnip greens others 0,05 * p9 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0,05 * p9 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,05 * p9 2.5.4. Witloof herbs 0,05 * p9 2.5.5. : 3p9 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh) 0,01 * beans: p9 (with pods) 2p9 beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 0,05 * 0, 2p9 p9 2.7. stem vegetables 0,01 * p9: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb 1p9 celery asparagus cardoons others 0,05 * p9 2.8. mushrooms: 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9 cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: 0,01 0,01 * 0, * p9 p9 5p9 0,05 * beans lentils peas p9 Lupine rest 4. Oil seeds : 0,02 * 0,01 * 0,1 * p9 p9 p9 0,05 * p9 cotton seeds cannabis seeds pumpkin seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds, mustard seed soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,05 * p9 p9 p9 p9 0,05 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,02 * 0,02 * 0,1 * p9 p9 p9 0, 1p9 7. Hops (dried) , including hop pellets and not focus of 0,02 * 0,02 * sabirzum p9 * 0,1 * 0,1 p9 p9 p9 "1.18. supplement to annex 3 notes with 70 and 71 of the following: 70. p9"-specifies the temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 "plant protection products", and the registration procedure the quantity becomes definitive quantity applicable to 25 October 2011. 71. a-the provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues, which are in effect until November 1, 2008 (when is deltamethrin preparation Reregistration in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 of plant protection products ' registration '). " 2. This provision 1.2., 1.11 and 1.12 bottom point. shall enter into force on the 21 December 2007. 3. This rule 1.15. subparagraph shall enter into force on 28 December 2007. 4. This rule 1.3.1.16 and paragraph shall enter into force on 6 April 2008, Prime Minister a. Minister of Agriculture Halloween place-Minister for the environment r. vējonis