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. 633 in 2007 September 18 (Mon. No 52 24) 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; 2007, no. 84) the following amendments: 1. provisions supplementing with 53 and 54 by the following: "2.53. This provision of the annex, 207, 208.209., 210, 211, 212... paragraph 213 and and 3.2.104.2.105 subdivision and shall enter into force with the 17 November 2007. 54. This provision of the annex 3 2,133 subsection comes into effect with the 2007 November 27. "; 1.2. to complement the informative reference to European Union directives, with 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74 and 75 of the following paragraph: "68) Commission 20 February 2007 of Directive 2007/8/EC amending the annexes to Council Directives 76/895/EEC, 86/362/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards maximum residue levels for phosphamidon and mevinphos; 69) Commission 20 February 2007 of Directive 2007/9/EC amending the Council Directive 90/642/EEC as regards maximum going to jam for Aldicarb; 70) Commission of 21 February 2007 of Directive 2007/11/EC amending the annexes to Council Directives 86/362/EEC, 86/363/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards maximum residue levels for acetamiprid, thiacloprid, imazosulfuron, methoxyfenozide, S-metholachlor, milbemectin and tribenuron residues; 71) Commission of 26 February 2007 of Directive 2007/12/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 90/642/EEC as regards the maximum residue levels of penconazole, benomyl and carbendazim residues; 72) the Commission's 15 May 2007 of Directive 2007/27/EC amending certain Council Directives 86/362/EEC, 86/363/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards maximum residue levels for etoxazole, indoxacarb, mesosulfuron, 1-methylcyclopropene, MCPA and MCPB, tolylfluanid and triticonazole residues; 73) Commission 25 May 2007 of Directive 2007/28/EC, amending certain annexes to Council Directives 86/363/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards maximum residue levels for azoxystrobin, chlorfenapyr, folpet, iprodione, lambdacyhalothrin, maleic hydrazide, metalaxyl-M and trifloxystrobin. 74) Commission of 3 June 2005, the Directive 2005/36/EC amending Council Directive 86/362/EEC and 90/642/EEC on the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on cereals and certain products of plant origin, including fruit and vegetables; 75) Commission of 8 July 2005, directives 2005/46/EC amending the annexes to Council Directives 86/362/EEC, 86/363/EEC and 90/642/EEC as regards maximum residue levels for amitraz residues. '; 1.3. deletion of annex 1, chapter II, point 10 and 22; 1.4. to make annex 2, chapter II, paragraph 51 below as follows: "51. Phosphamidon 0.01 *-grain" 1.5. supplement to annex 2, chapter II, with 199.201.200, 202, 203, 204, 205, 206, the., 207, 208, 209, 210.., 211, 212 and 213.. paragraph by the following: "199. E and Z isomers Mevinphos, sum of 0.01-grain acetamiprid 0,01 * p7 200.201. Imazosulfuron 0,01 * 0,05 * 202. Methoxyfenozide p7 p7 203. Metolachlor in , other mixtures of constituent isomers including S-metolachlor (sum of isomers) 0,05 * p7, 9Z-MA4 204. +8 MA4, expressed as milbemectin amount of 0,05 * 0,02 * p7 205.206. Thiacloprid p7 p7 Metiltribenuron 0.01 * 0.02 * p8 207.208. Etoxazole, Indoxacarb isomers S and R 0,02 * p8 209 MCPA, MCPB. and their salts, esters and conjugates expressed as MCPA 0,05 * p8, tolylfluanid tolylfluanid 210. and dimethylaminosulfotoluidide expressed as tolylfluanid 0,05 * p8 211. Mezosulfuronmetil expressed as mesosulfuron 0,01 * 0,01 * 212. p8 triticonazole p8 213.1-methylcyclopropene 0.01 * p8 "1.6. make notes to annex 2 as follows:" notes ". 1.1-RPA 202248 is 2-cyano-3-ciklopropil-1-(2-metilsulfonil-4-trifluormetilfenil) propane-1.3-Dione. RPA 203328 is 2-metānsulfonil-4-trifluormetilbenzoskāb. 2. * indicates lower limit of analytical determination. 3. p-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 14 July 2007. 4. p1-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final amount, as from December 31, 2007. 5. p2 – indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 24 June 2009. 6. the p3-points provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 13 September 2009. p4-7 indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 10 November 2009. 8. p5-indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 19 July 2010. 9. p6-1 January 2008 a certain maximum levels of pesticide residues. 10. the p7-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 21 March 2011. 11. p8-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final amount as from 5 June 2011. 12. t-level determined in accordance with the provisional Cabinet of 23 March 2004, Regulation No 156 of ' plant protection products ' registration procedures "section 4.5."; 1.7. to replace annex 3, the word "paprika" with the word "pepper"; 1.8. deletion of annex 2.11. subdivision name, the words "and maleic hydrazide"; 1.9. deletion of annex 2.11. subdivision 5. box; 1.10. to express 3.2.23 subdivision 1.1. subparagraph by the following: "1. citrus fruit: 0, 05t1 5" oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the rest of pomelos 1.11. deleting 3.2.29 subdivision name, the words "and metalaxyl"; 1.12. deletion of annex 5 section 2.29 subdivision; 1.13. deleting subsection 2.31 to annex 3 in the title, the words "and Aldicarb"; 1.14. deletion of annex 3 2.31. subdivision box 4; 1.15. Express 3.2.52. subdivision name as follows: "2.52. Fentin acetate and fentin hydroxide"; 1.16. deletion of annex 3 of the subdivision box 2.52.3; 1.17. Express 2.74 to annex 3 of the following subsection: 2.74 ". Nos trifloxystrobin p.k. product groups covered by the maximum levels of pesticide residues in fruit, 1 2 3 1 trifloxystrobin. fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 1.1. citrus fruit: oranges lemons 0, 3t grapefruit limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled): 0, 02 the cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy ones fruit: 0, 5t apples aiv the other PEAR 1.4. kinds: apricots cherries peaches 1t 1t (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums 0, 1t 2t others 0,02 * t 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 5t table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0, 5t 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): 0,02 * t raspberry BlackBerry loganog the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild) : Cranberries blueberries gooseberries 1t currants (red and white) 1t blackcurrants other 0,02 * t 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits 0,02 * t 1.6. different fruits: pineapple, avocado, bananas, 05 to 0 dates of Kiwi fruit canisters in lič mango citrons olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit of fig 1t papaya others 0,02 * t 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 2.1. vegetables: beetroot carrots, sweet potatoes, manioc to 0 05 Yam turnips
 

 
horseradish radishes Salsify parsnip parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0,02 * t 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,02 * garlic onions: t shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant peppers tomatoes 0, 5t okra others 0,02 * t 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0, 2t cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: watermelon melon 0.2 0, 3t pumpkin others 0,02 * 0,02 * t 2.3.4. sweet corn t 2.4. Brassica vegetables : 0,02 * t 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: 0,02 * t 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica leaves and stems, including turnip leaves 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): beans (with pods) 0, 5t beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 0,02 * t 2.7. stem vegetables 0,02 * t: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms: t 0.02 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Legumes : 0,02 * t lentils beans peas lupines in General 4. Oilseeds: 0,05 * t cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0,02 * t early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,05 * t 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus on 30 "sabirzum 1.18. Express 3.2.93. the subheading in this version : 2.93 "., azoxystrobin, chlorfenapyr, Folpet no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues of azoxystrobin, chlorfenapyr Folpet 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 1.1. citrus fruit: 0.05 * 0.02 * 1 oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled): 0.02 * 0.1 * cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3.
juicy fruit 0.05 * apples: 3 g aiv the other PEAR 1.4.: 0.05 * apricots kinds cherries 2 peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 0.02 * 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes table grapes: 0.02 * 1.5.2.5 wine grapes strawberries (other than wild) 3 g 2 1.5.3. raspberry and BlackBerry (other than wild): raspberries 3 g 3 BlackBerry 3 g 3 loganog 0.02 * 0.05 * other 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild) : 0.05 * Bilberries cranberries gooseberries 3 g currants (red and white) 3 g blackcurrants other 0.02 * 1.5.5. berries and wild fruit 0.05 * 0.02 * 1.6. different fruits: 0.02 * pineapple avocados bananas dates are 2 Kiwi fruit canisters in lič mango 0.2 citrons olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit of fig papaya 0.2 others 0.05 * 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.05 * 2.1. root and tuber vegetables : 0.02 * beetroot carrots 0.2 cassava yams yams turnips horseradish 0.2 0.2 0.2 parsnip Salsify parsley root radishes 0.2 0.2 0.3 a turnip Jerusalem artichoke, celeriac others 0.05 * 2.2. bulb vegetables: garlic onions shallots spring onions 0.1 2 others 0.02 * 0.05 * 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: 2 Eggplant peppers tomatoes okra others 0.02 * g 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0.02 * 1 cucumber gherkin cucumber Zucchini other 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : 0.5 1 watermelon melon squash others 0.02 * 0.05 2.3.4 sweet corn * 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: broccoli 0.5 0.02 * (sparģeļkāpost) Cauliflower remaining 2.4.2. Brassica vegetables: 0.02 * heads 0.3 rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3. vegetables: 0.02 * 5 Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 2.4.4.0.05 0.2 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salad and the salātveidīg : 3 Cress salad 2 Lamb's lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica leaves and stems, including turnip leaves others 0.02 * 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0.05 * spinach beet 10 leaves (chard) others 0.02 * 2.5.3. water Cress 0.02 * 0.05 * 2.5.4. Witloof chicory 0.02 * 0.2 2.5.5. herbs: 0.02 * 3 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): beans (with pods) 2 g 1 beans (without pods) 2 g 0.2 peas (with pods) 0.5 peas (without pods) others 0.02 * 0.2 0.05 * 2.7.
stem vegetables 0.02 *: 1 fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb 2 celery 5 asparagus cardoons others 0.05 * 0.02 * 2.8. mushrooms: 0.05 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: 0.1 0.05 * 0.02 * beans lentils peas others 4. Lupin oil 0.1 * 0.05 * plant: cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed 0.5 (paddy), sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soy beans 0.5 peanuts other potatoes 0.05 * 5. 0.1 0.05 * 0.05 *: early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.1 * 0.05 * 50 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum 150 20 0.1 "1.19. Express 3.2.98. the following subheading:". Nos p.k. 2.98 Lambdacyhalothrin product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues in fruits of Lambdacyhalothrin 1 2 3 1. , fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 1.1. citrus fruit: oranges lemons 0.2 0.1 0.1 0.2 grapefruit limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) 0.2 0.1 0.02 * pomelos others 1.2. tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0.05 *: cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit: apples, pears of 0.1 aiv the other kinds of 1.4. : apricots cherries peaches 0.2 (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums others 0.1 0.2 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes table grapes wine 0.2: grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0.5 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): raspberry 0.2 BlackBerry loganog 0.02 * 1.5.4. other other small fruit and berries (other than wild): Cranberries blueberries
 

 
gooseberries 0.1 currants (red and white) 0.02 * 0.1 blackcurrant other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0.2 1.6. different fruits: pineapples, avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in lič mango 0.5 0.1 olives olives (oil extraction) passion of 0.5 papaya others 0.02 * fig 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 2.1. vegetables: beetroot carrot cassava yams yams turnips horseradish radish 0.1 Salsify parsnip parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0.1 0.02 * 2.2. bulb vegetables : garlic onions shallots spring onions others 0.02 * 0.05 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant pepper tomato 0.5 0.1 0.1 0.02 * 0.1 remaining okra 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0.1 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel melons squashes watermelons: 0.05 others 2.3.4. sweet corn 0.05 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) 0.1 cauliflower remaining 2.4.2. head Brassica vegetables : rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) 0.2 0.05 * 0.02 head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3. vegetables: 1 Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 2.4.4.0.02 * 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. lettuce and Cress salad: salātveidīg 0.5 rukol Lamb's lettuce Endive salad Brassica leaves and stems, including turnip leaves the rest 1 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0.5 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0.02 * 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0.02 * 2.5.5. herbs : 1 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): beans (with pods) 0.2 beans (without pods) peas (with pods) 0.2 peas (without pods) others 0.02 * 0.2 2.7. stem vegetables: artichokes fennel Leek 0.3 0.3 0.3 celery rhubarb leaf artichokes asparagus others 0.02 * 2.8. mushrooms: 0.02 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: 0.5 0.02 * beans lentils peas others 4. Lupin oil plants : 0.05 * cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0.02 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 1 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus sabirzum 10 "1.20 to express 3.2100. subdivision 1.5.2. subparagraph by the following : ' 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0.5 "1.21. supplement to annex 3 2103.,.,., 2.104 2.102 2.103, 2.107 2.105, 2,133 and the following subsection: Phosphamidon and mevinphos 2101"., E and Z isomers no PO box product groups covered by the maximum levels of pesticide residues for phosphamidon and Mevinphos, sum of isomers, E Z 1 2 3 4 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.01 * 0.01 * 1.1. citrus fruit: 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 Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit: apples, pears of aiv the other kinds: 1.4 apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits : 1.5.1. table and wine grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. raspberries and BlackBerry (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry loganog the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild): Cranberries blueberries gooseberries currant (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits 1.6. different fruits: pineapples, avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in lič mango olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs 2. Vegetables , fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.01 0.01 * 2.1 root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrot cassava yams yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables: garlic onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant peppers tomatoes okra rest 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : watermelon melon squash sweet corn the other 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 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: 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica vegetable leaves and stalks 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): beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 2.8. stem vegetables: artichokes fennel Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms: cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0.01 * 0.01 * lentils: beans peas lupines in General 4. Oilseeds : 0.01 * 0.01 * cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts the other Potatoes 0.01 * 5:0.01 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 0.02 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0.02 * 0.02 * sabirzum 2.102. imazosulfuron, methoxyfenozide acetamiprid, no PO box product groups subject to the maximum limits of pesticide residues for acetamiprid Imazosulfuron, Methoxyfenozide is 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,01 * p7 1.1. citrus fruit: oranges lemons grapefruit 1p7 1p7 lime mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7: cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit 0, 1p7 2p7 apples pears of aiv the other kinds of 1.4: apricots, cherries, 1p7 0 0 2p7 peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) 0, 1p7 0, 3p7 plums others 0.02 0,02 * 0,01 * p7 p7 1.5.

berries and small fruit 0,01 * p7:1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 1p7 table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0,02 * p7 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): 0,02 * p7 raspberry BlackBerry loganog the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild): 0,02 * p7 blueberries cranberries gooseberries currant (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits 0,02 * p7 1.6. different fruits : 0,01 * avocados bananas pineapples p7 dates of Kiwi fruit canisters citrons in lič mango 1p7 olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya figs other p7 0,02 * 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,01 * p7 2.1. root and tubers vegetables 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7: beetroot carrot cassava yams yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables : 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 garlic onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant, 0, 0 1p7 0 3p7 1p7 5p7 pepper, tomatoes, okra 1p7 2p7 0 others 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 0, 3p7 0,02 * p7 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 2.3.4 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 2.4. Brassica vegetables : 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 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: 0,02 * p7 2.5.1. lettuce and Cress salad: salātveidīg 5 5 Lamb's lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica leaves and stems of others 0,01 * p7 2.5.2. spinach and the like : 0,01 * p7 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,01 * p7 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0,01 * p7 2.5.5. herbs: 0,01 * p7 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh) 0,01 * p7 beans (with pods) 0, 2p7 beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 0,02 * p7 2.7. stem vegetables 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7: artichoke fennel Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms : 0,01 * 0,02 * p7 p7 cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0,01 * 0,01 * p7 p7:0,02 * p7 lentils beans peas lupines in General 4. Oilseeds: 0,01 * 0.02 2p7 p7 cotton seed hemp seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soy beans 2p7 other peanuts 0,01 * 0,05 * p7 p7 5. Potatoes 0,01 * 0,01 * p7 p7:0,02 * p7 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 0,05 * 0,1 * p7 p7 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0,1 * 0.02 * sabirzum p7 p7 2.103 MA4 + 0,05 * 8, 9Z-MA4, metolachlor, thiacloprid, metiltribenuron no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues MA4 + 8, 9Z-MA4, expressed as the amount in the milbemek-Tina Metolachlor, including other mixtures of constituent isomers including S-metahlor (sum of isomers) in the prīd of the Tiakl Metiltribenuron fruit 1 2 3 4 5 6 1. , fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,05 * 0,01 * p7 p7 1.1. citrus fruit: 0,02 * 0,05 * p7 p7 oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled): 0,02 * 0,1 * p7 p7 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit : p7 p7 0.05 0.3 * apples pears aiv the other kinds of 1.4:0,05 * apricots cherries p7 0, 3p7 0, 3p7 peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums, 3p7, 0, 0 1p7 others 0,02 * p7 1.5. berries and small fruit 0,05 * p7:1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 0,02 * p7 table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0, 5p7 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry loganog 1p7 the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild) : Cranberries blueberries gooseberries 1p7 currants (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits of various 0.02 p7 1.6. fruit: 0,02 * 0,05 * p7 p7 pineapple avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in lič mango olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,01 * p7 p7 p7 2.1. root and tuber vegetables p7:0,02 * beetroot carrots, sweet cassava yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,02 * garlic p7: onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant pepper tomato 1p7 5p7, 0, 0, 5p7 okra others 0,02 * p7 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel 0.3 *: cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : watermelons, melons, 2p7 0 0 2p7 pumpkins rest 0,02 * 0,02 * p7 2.3.4 sweetcorn p7 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 0,02 * p7 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: 2.5.1. salātveidīg: 2p7 salad and Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica vegetable leaves and stalks other 2.5.2. spinach and the like : 0,02 * p7 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,02 * p7 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0,02 * p7 2.5.5.3p7 herbs: Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): beans (with pods) 1p7 beans (without pods)

       
 
peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 0,02 * p7 2.7. stem vegetables 0,02 * p7: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms: 0,02 * p7 cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: p7 p7 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,02 * 0,01 * p7 p7 lentils beans peas lupines in General 4. Oilseeds: 0,1 * 0,1 * 0,01 * p7 p7 p7 cotton seeds cannabis seeds in poppy seeds flax seed canola seeds 0, 3p7 sunflower seeds (do not peel), sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts others 0,05 * p7
 

5. Potatoes 0,05 * 0,05 * p7 p7:0,02 * 0,01 * p7 p7 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,1 * 0,1 * 0,05 * p7 p7 p7 0.02 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0,1 * 0,1 * sabirzum p7 p7 p7 0.02 * 0,05 * Etoxazole, indoxacarb 2.104. Mcpa, MCPB and no PO box product groups covered by the maximum levels of pesticide residues for etoxazole indoxacarb , the sum of the isomers S and R MCPA, MCPB, ēster and their salts and conjugates expressed as MCPA 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: citrus fruit 0,05 * 0.1 1. p8: * 0,02 * p8 oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled): 0,02 0, 05p8 * p8 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others
     

1.3. juicy fruit: 0,02 0, 5p8 * p8 apples pears aiv the other 0 3p8 1.4. kinds: apricots, 1p8 0, 3p8 0 cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) 0, 1p8 0, 3p8 plums others 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 0,02 * p8 2p8 table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0, 2p8 0,02 * p8 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild) 0,02 * 0,02 * p8: p8 raspberry BlackBerry loganog the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild): 0,02 * p8 blueberries cranberries gooseberries 1p8 currants (red and white) 1p8 other 1p8 blackcurrant 0,02 * p8 1.5.5. wild berries and fruits 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 1.6. different fruits: 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 pineapple avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in lič mango olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs 2. Vegetables , fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 2.1. vegetables: 0,02 * 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8 p8 beetroot carrot cassava yams yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8:0,05 * garlic onions shallots p8 spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: 0,05 * p8 Eggplant 1p8 5p8 0, 0, 0, 3p8 pepper, tomatoes, 1p8 0, 5p8 0 okra rest * 0,02 * 0,02 p8 p8 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel : 0,02 * 0,05 * 0, p8 2p8 p8 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 0, 05p8 0, 1p8 0,05 * p8 melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 0,02 * p8 2.3.4 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 0,02 0, 05p8 * p8 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: 0, 3p8 (sparģeļkāpost) Broccoli Cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2. vegetables: rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others 0,02 * p8 3p8 2.4.3. leafy Brassica vegetables Beijing: Chinese cabbage, cabbage, kale 2p8 0 0 2p8 others 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 2.4.4. Kohlrabi p8 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8 2.5.1. lettuce and Cress salad salātveidīg: 2p8 Lamb's lettuce Endive salad 2p8 rukol Brassica leaves and stems, including turnip leaves others 0,02 * p8 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0,02 * p8 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,02 * p8 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0,02 * p8 2.5.5. herbs : 2p8 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 beans (with pods) beans (without pods) 0, 1p8 peas (with pods) 0, 1p8 peas (without pods) others 0,05 * 0, 1p8 p8 2.7. stem vegetables 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8: artichokes, fennel 1p8 0 Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery leaves others 0,02 * p8 2.8. mushrooms: 0,02 * 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8 p8 cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Legumes 0,02 * 0,02 * p8: p8 lens beans, peas, 1p8 0 0 1p8 Lupine others 0,05 * p8 4. Oil seeds 0,05 * 0,1 * p8: p8 cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soy beans 0, 5p8 peanuts others 0,05 * p8 5. Potatoes: 0,02 * 0,02 * 0,05 * p8 p8 p8 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,1 * p8 p8 p8 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of sabirzum 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,1 * p8 p8 p8 2.105 tolylfluanid, mezosulfuronmetil, triticonazole and 1-methylcyclopropene no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues Tolilflu loathed, tolylfluanid and dime til aminosul fo toluidīd, expressed as tolylfluanid Mezosulf-ronmetil, expressed as the forest of sulfa ron triticonazole metilcikl 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 1-propene fruit of. , fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,01 * p8 p8 p8 1.1. citrus fruit: 0.05 * p8 oranges Grapefruits lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0,05 * p8 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit : 3p8 apples pears of aiv the other kinds: 1.4 apricots cherries 1p8 peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 0,05 * 0, 5p8 p8 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 5p8 table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 5p8 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry loganog 5p8 the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild) : Cranberries blueberries gooseberries 5p8 currants (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0,05 * p8 1.6. Miscellaneous fruit 0,05 * p8: pineapple avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit canisters in lič of citrons
       
 

mangoes olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,01 * p8 p8 p8 2.1. root and tubers vegetables 0,05 * beetroot p8 sweet potatoes carrot cassava yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables: garlic, onions 0, 5p8 0, 5p8 0, 5p8 shallots spring onions others 0,05 * p8 2.3. fruiting vegetables : 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: Eggplant 3p8 peppers tomatoes okra 2p8 3p8 others 0,05 * p8 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible skin: 2p8 cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 0, 03p8 melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 0,05 * p8 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) 1p8 cauliflower others 0,05 * p8 2.4.2. head Brassica vegetables : 0,05 * p8 rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3. vegetables: 0,05 * p8 Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 2.4.4.0,05 * p8 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salātveidīg: 20p8 salad and Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica vegetable leaves and stalks other 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0,05 * p8 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,05 * p8 2.5.4. Witloof herbs 0,05 * p8 2.5.5. : 0,05 * p8 Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): beans (with pods) 3p8 beans (without pods) peas (with pods) 3p8 peas (without pods) others 0,05 * p8 2.7. stem vegetables: artichokes Leek rhubarb 3p8 fennel celery leaf artichokes asparagus others 0,05 * p8 2.8. mushrooms: p8 0,05 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0,05 * 0.01 * 0,01 p8: * p8 0,01 * beans lentils peas p8 Lupine rest 4. Oilseeds : 0,01 * 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 p8 0,02 * p8 cotton seeds cannabis 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 * 0,01 * p8 p8 p8 p8 0,01 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,1 * 0,02 * 0,02 * p8 p8 p8 0,02 * p8 7. Hops (dried) , including hop pellets and not focus on 50p8 sabirzum 0.02 0.02 0.02 * p8 * p8 * p8 2,133. Improdion, maleic hydrazide, metalaxyl no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues Improdion of maleic hydrazide, Metalaxyl including other mixtures of constituent isomers including metalaxyl-M (sum of isomers) 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.2 * t 1.1. citrus fruit : oranges lemons 5t 0.5 grapefruit limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) others 0,02 * 1t pomelos t 1.2. tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0.05 *: cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts 0, 2t almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 0,02 * t 1.3. juicy fruit: apples, pears 5t 1 aiv the other kinds: 3t 1.4 0.05 * apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits : 1.5.1. table and wine grapes: 10 the table grapes wine grapes 2 1 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 15 a 0.5 1.5.3. raspberries and blackberries (other than wild) 0.05 * 10 the raspberries: BlackBerry loganog the rest of the other tiny 1.5.4. fruit and berries (other than wild) 0.05 * cranberries: 10 the blueberries gooseberries currant (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0.05 * 0,02 * t 1.6. Miscellaneous fruit 0.05 * Avocados: pineapples bananas dates of Kiwi fruit canisters 5t citrons in lič mango olives olives (oil extraction) passion fruit papaya rest of figs
0,02 * t 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 2.1. vegetables: beetroot carrots, sweet potatoes, 30 to 0.1 0 5t cassava yams turnips horseradish 0, 5t 0.1 0, 5t parsnip 30 to 0.1 Salsify radishes 0, 3t 0 0.1 parsley root, celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for 5t others 0,02 * 0,2 0.05 * t * t 2.2. bulb vegetables: 0.2 * t garlic 2t to 0, 0, 15 onions 0.5 to 15 shallots 0.5 0 2t, 2t 0.5 to 15 spring onions others 0,02 * 0.2 t 3t 0,2 0.05 * t * 2.3. fruiting vegetables : 0.2 * t 2.3.1 solanaceous plants: 5t Eggplant peppers tomatoes 0.5 0.2 0.05 * rest of okra 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: 2t cucumbers gherkins 0.5 0.5 Zucchini other 0.05 * 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel: 1t watermelon melon 0.2 0.2 others 0.05 * pumpkin 2.3.4.0.05 * 0,02 * t corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 0.2 * t 2.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: 0, 1t (sparģeļkāpost) 0.2 Broccoli Cauliflower others 2.4.2. head Brassica vegetables : rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) 0, 5t 5t 1 head cabbage others 0,02 * 0.05 * t 2.4.3. Brassica leafy vegetables: Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage 5t Kale 0,02 * 0.2 0.05 * other t 2.4.4.0,02 * 0.05 * Kohlrabi t 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0.2 * t 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: 10 a Cress salad 2 Lamb's lettuce Endive 0.2 1 rukol salad Brassica vegetable leaves and stems , including turnip leaves others 0.05 * 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0,02 * 0.05 * t spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,02 * 0.05 * t 2.5.4. leaf chicory 2t 0.3 2.5.5. herbs: chervil, 10 2 chives parsley celery leaves others 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh) 0.05 * 0.2 * t: beans (with pods) 5t beans (without pods) peas (with pods) 2t peas (without pods) others 0,02 * 0, 3t t 2.7. stem vegetables : 0.2 * t fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb 0.2 0, 2t celery leaf artichokes asparagus 0,02 * 0.05 * other t 2.8. mushrooms: 0,02 * 0,2 0.05 * t t * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: 0, 0.2 * t * lens 2t 0.05 beans peas lupines in General 4. Oilseeds: 0.5 * t * 0.1 cotton seed hemp seeds linseed 0, 5t poppy seed canola seeds 0, 5t sunflower seeds (shelled) 0, 5t sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts
     

 
others 0,02 * t 5. Potatoes: 0.05 * 0,02 * t 50 to early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,1 * 0.1 * * t 0.5 t 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum * t * t 0.1 0.5 10 2.107. Aldicarb no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantities of pesticides Aldicarb vegetables 19 1 2 3 1. , fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: roots and tubers 1.1 vegetables: 0.02 * beetroot carrots, sweet cassava yams turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the other 1.2. bulb vegetables: onions garlic 0.05 shallots spring onions others 1.3. fruiting vegetables: 0.02 * 1.3.1. solanaceous plants: Eggplant peppers tomatoes okra General 1.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel: cucumbers gherkins courgettes others 1.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : watermelon melon squash other 1.3.4. sweet corn 1.4. Brassica vegetables: 0.02 * 1.4.1. flowering Brassica vegetables: Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) Cauliflower others head Brassica 1.4.2. vegetables: rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts) head cabbage others leafy Brassica 1.4.3. vegetables: Chinese cabbage, Beijing cabbage Kale others Kohlrabi 1.4.4 1.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0.02 * 1.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive salad rukol Brassica vegetable leaves and stalks other 1.5.2. spinach and the like : spinach beet leaves (chard) other 1.5.3. water Cress Witloof chicory 1.5.4 1.5.5. herbs: Chervil chives parsley celery leaves others 1.6. legume vegetables (fresh): 0.02 * beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 1.7. stem vegetables 0.02 *: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 1.8. mushrooms: 0.02 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 2. Legumes: lentils 0.02 * beans peas lupines in the remaining oil for 3. : 0.05 * cotton seeds cannabis seeds linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed (without shell) sunflower seeds (shelled) sesame seeds mustard soybeans peanuts rest 4. Potatoes: 0.02 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.05 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0,05 * sabirzum "


1.22. make notes to annex 3 as follows: "notes". 1. the sum of isomers 1. 2.2 expressed as CS2. 3.3 and all metabolites of vinclozolin (3.5-Dichloroaniline content), expressed as vinklozīn. 4.4 p, p ' DDT, o, p ' DDT, p, p ' DDE and p, p ' TD (DDD) expressed as DDT. 5.5 including dichlorprop P. 6.6 Fenchlorphos and fenchlorphos okson expressed as fenchlorphos. 7.7 sum of heptachlor and Heptachlor epoxide. 8.8 sum of daminozide and 1.1-dimethylhydrazine expressed as daminozide. 9.9 Fentin, expressed as trifeniltīn cation. 10.10 of Amitraz and its metabolites (containing 2.4-dimethylaniline) expressed as amitraz. 11.11 Bentazone and 6-and 8-OH-OH conjugate expressed as bentazone. 12.12 pyridate, its hydrolysis product CL 9673 and the CL 9673 conjugate hydrolysable expressed as pyridate. 13.13, expressed as carbendazim. 14.14 the sum of Disulfoton, Disulfoton sulfoxide and Disulfoton, expressed as disulfoton. 15.15 Forāt, the analogue of the oxide and the sulphone, expressed as forāt. 16.16 methomyl thiodicarb and amount expressed as methomyl. 17.17 and 3-hidroksikarbofurān Carbofuran expressed as carbofuran. 18.18 isomers. 19.19 Aldicarb, its sulfoxide and sulfone, expressed as Aldicarb. 20.20 Kvintozīn and pentahloroanilīn, expressed as kvintozīn. 21.21 Metiloksidemeton and demeton-s-methyl sulfone expressed as demeton in metiloks. 22.22 Dimethoate and omethoate expressed as Dimethoate. 23.23 isomers. 24.24-Avermektīn B1, avermektīn B1 avermektīn B1b and Delta-8.9 isomer. 25.25 Azociklotīn and cyhexatin, expressed as cyhexatin. 26.26 Prohloraz and its metabolites (containing 2, 4, 6-trihlorofenol part), expressed as prohloraz. 27.27 sum of isomers. 28.28 Triadimefon and triadimenol. 29.29-2.4-D and its esters expressed as 2.4-d. 30.30 Etilcinidon and (E) isomer. 31.31 Butilcihalofop and its free acids. 32.32 isomers. 33.33 Etofumesāt and methanesulfonic acid (RS)-2etoks-2.3-dihydro-3.3-dimetilbenzofurān-5-ilester the metabolites, expressed as etofumesāt. 34.34 alpha and beta endosulfan sulphate, expressed as endosulfan. 35.35 methyl parathion and metilparaokson expressed as methyl parathion. 36.36 Fenamiphos, its sulfoxide and sulfone, expressed as fenamiphos. 37.37 Cis-and TRANS-chlordane. 38.38 All isomers (except for the gamma isomer). 39.39 ethylene oxide and 2-hloretanol, expressed as ethylene oxide. 40.40 isomers. 41.41 Isoxaflutole, RPA and RPA 203348 202248 expressed as isoxaflutole. RPA 202248 is 2-cyano-3-ciklopropil-1-(2-metilsulfonil-4-trifluormetilfenil) propane-1.3-Dione. RPA 203328 is 2-metānsulfonil-4-trifluormetilbenzoskāb. 42.42 defined as karfentrazon and as etilkarfentrazon. 43.43-mecoprop and mecoprop-P, expressed as mecoprop. 44.44 Mesotrion and MNB (4-methyl-2-Nitro sulfonil-benzoic acid), expressed as mesotrion. 45.45 All N-fluorofenil-N-isopropyl rākum containing the connection available, expressed as the equivalent of flufenacet. 46.46 Metiljodsulfuron, including salts, expressed as metiljodsulfuron. 47.47 including its esters expressed as bromoxynil. 48.48 Hlorprofam and 3-chloroaniline, expressed as hlorprofam. This definition is applicable only to the hlorprofam potatoes. 49.49 including other ingredients mixed isomers (sum of isomers). 50.50 including its esters expressed as ioxynil,. 51.51 (2-aniline-4-(2-hidroksipropil)-6-metilpirimidīn), as are pirim mepan. 52.52 its salts and 2-hidroksipropoks-propoxycarbazone, calculated as propoxycarbazone. 53. the use of glyphosate resulted in 53. 54. * indicates lower limit of analytical determination. 55. p-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 14 July 2007. 56. p2 – indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final amount, as from 11 January 2009. 57. the p3-points provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 24 June 2009. 58. p4-indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 13 September 2009. 59. p5-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 10 November 2009. 60. z-until July 31, 2009. the maximum allowable pesticide residues. 61. (d)-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 19 July 2010. 62. e-1 January 2008 a certain maximum levels of pesticide residues. 63. the f-up to the 2007 1 November set maximum levels of pesticide residues, up to the day when, in accordance with the Cabinet of 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ' deltamethrin preparation of renewal will take place. 64. the g-kaptan and folpet. 65. the h-point provisional maximum residue level in accordance with the Cabinet of 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final amount, as from 7 March 2011. 66. p7-indicates provisional maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final quantity applicable from 21 March 2011. 67. p8-Specifies temporary maximum levels of pesticide residues in accordance with Cabinet of Ministers on 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure ', and this is the final amount as from 5 June 2011. 68. t-level determined in accordance with the provisional Cabinet of 23 March 2004, regulations No 156 ' plant protection products ' registration procedure '. 69. t1-valid until 2007 31.de produced.»; 1.23. deletion of annex 4, chapter II, 14, 19, 27, 50, 57 and 63. 2. This rule 1.8, 1.9, 1.11, 1.12, 1.15., 1.16, 1.17, 1.18 and 1.19. and 1.20. the bottom paragraph shall enter into force on 27 November 2007.
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