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. 9 in Riga in 2005 (4 January. No 1 26) 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 to make a 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; in 2004, 50 no) the following amendments: 1. Replace paragraph 11 in number and the word "1 august" with a number and the word "September 30". 2. Make the informative reference to European Union directives as follows: "Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 23 November 1976 Directive 76/895/EEC relating to the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on fruit and vegetables; 2) Council of 24 July 1986 Directive 86/362/EEC on the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on cereals; 3) Council of 27 November 1990 directive 90/642/EEC on the fixing of maximum levels for pesticide residues in and on certain products of plant origin, including fruit and vegetables; 4) Council of 11 July 2002 Directive 2002/63/EC laying down Community methods of sampling for the official control of pesticide residues in and on products of plant and animal origin and repealing Directive 79/700/EEC. " 3. In chapter I of annex 1:3.1 to replace in paragraph 2.3.2., the word "gherkins" with the word "Zucchini"; 3.2. to replace the words in point 2.5.1. "endiv" by "Batavian". 4. In chapter II of annex 1:4.1 paragraph 6 be deleted; 4.2. to make paragraph 9 by the following: "9." 2.45., metiltifensulfuron and Triasulfuron 2.4-D no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues of 2.4-D, Triasulfuron Metiltifensulfuron of 29 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, 0.05 * 0.05 * nuts: 1.1. citrus fruit: oranges lemons grapefruit, limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos 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: 0.05 * apples pears aiv the other kinds: 0.05 * 1.4 apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruit 0.05 *: 1.5.1: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild) : raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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: 0.05 * avocados bananas dates pineapple grenade of the Kiwi fruit is the mango licij citrons olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.05:2.1 root and tuber vegetables : beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes 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. knockturn plants: tomatoes peppers aubergines others with edible 2.3.2 ķirbjaug Peel: cucumber Zucchini marrow rest 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel melons squashes watermelons: other 2.3.4. sweet corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables, flowering Brassica: 2.4.1. : sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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) : 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 0.05 * 0.05 0.05 *: * beans lentils peas others 4. Oil seeds 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.1 *: cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other potatoes 5. 0.05 * 0.05 * 0.05 *: early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.1 * 0.1 * 0.1 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0.1 0.1 * 0,1 * sabirzum * ";

6.2.9. Express 2.46. subdivision name as follows: ". Etilcinidon, butilcihalofop 2.46 and Famoxadone"; 6.2.10. Replace table 2.46. Subdivision: 6.2.10.1.3. aisle's name, the word "ethyl" cinidon with the word "etilcinidon"; 6.2.10.2. box 4, the name, the word "butyl" with the words "cihalofop butilcihalofop"; 6.2.11. make 2.46. subdivision table 2.3.1. and 2.3.2. subparagraph by the following: "2.3.1. knockturn plants: Eggplant, peppers, tomatoes 2 p 0 1 p other * p ķirbjaug 0.02 2.3.2. with edible Peel: 0, 2 p";

 
cucumber Zucchini marrow rest 6.2.12. to supplement the annex to 2.53, 2.54, 2.56, 2.57 v.2.55..,.,., and 2.58 2.59. the following subheading: "2.4-DB, linuron 2.53. and pendimethalin no PO box product groups covered by the maximum levels of pesticide residues for 2.4-DB Linuron, Pendimethalin in 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 1.1. citrus fruit : 0,05 * grapefruit lemons oranges p1 lime mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) 0,05 * p1 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit: 0,05 * apples pears aiv p1 other kinds of 1.4:0,05 * apricots cherries peaches p1 (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits : 0,05 * p1 1.5.1: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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: 0,05 * avocados bananas pineapples p1 dates of Kiwi fruit canisters of licij of citrons mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables , fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,05 * p1 2.1. root and tubers vegetables: beetroot carrots, sweet potatoes, 2p1 0, 2p1 0, sweet potatoes, turnips, parsnip horseradish p1 0 0 2p1 0.2 2p1 Salsify, radishes, radish root parsley 0.2 0.5 0, p1, p1 in Jerusalem 2p1 celery turnip others 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 garlic onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables : 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 solanaceous plants: 2.3.1 Eggplant peppers tomatoes rest 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel cucumbers, courgettes, Zucchini: the other ķirbjaug with 2.3.3 inedible Peel melons squashes watermelons: other 2.3.4. sweet corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1:2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs : 0,05 * p1 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: 0,05 * p1 Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 2.5.2. spinach and the like: 0,05 * p1 spinach beet leaves (chard) other 2.5.3. water Cress 0,05 * p1 2.5.4. leaf chicory 0,05 * p1 2.5.5. herbs: Chervil chives parsley celery leaves 1p1 1p1 others 0,05 * p1 2.6. legume vegetables (fresh): 0, 2p1 beans (with pods) beans (without pods) 0, 1p1 peas (with pods)
 
 


 
peas (without pods) others 0,05 * 0, 1p1 p1 2.7. stem vegetables 0,05 * p1 fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb celery 0 1p1 cardoons, asparagus others 0,05 * p1 2.8. mushrooms: 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1:0,05 * beans lentils peas p1 rest 4. Oilseeds: 0,05 * 0,1 * 0,1 * p1 p1 p1 cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other potatoes 5. : 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 p1 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,1 * 0,1 * 0,1 * p1 p1 p1 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum * p1 * p1 0,1 0,1 0,1 * Imazamox, oxasulfuron 2.54. p1 and ethoxysulfuron no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues of Imazamox of Ethoxysulfuron in the 1 2 3 4 5 1 Oxasulfuron. Fruits , fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 p1 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 of 1.4. : apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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 : pineapple avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in licij mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 p1 2.1. root and tubers vegetables: beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes 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. knockturn plants: tomatoes peppers aubergines others 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel cucumbers, courgettes, Zucchini: the other ķirbjaug with 2.3.3 inedible Peel melons squashes watermelons: other 2.3.4. sweet corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salad and the salātveidīg : Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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): 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 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1:0,05 * beans lentils peas p1 rest 4. Oilseeds: 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 p1 cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0,05 * 0,05 * 0,05 * p1 p1 p1 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1 p1 7. Hops (dried) , including hop pellets and is not focused on sabirzum 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1 p1 Foramsulfuron, oxadiargyl v.2.55. and cyazofamid no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues of Foramsulfuron Oxadiargyl to 1 2 3 4 5 1 cyazofamid. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1 1.1. citrus fruit: oranges lemons p1 0,01 * grapefruit limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled) : 0,01 * p1 cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit: 0,01 * apples pears aiv p1 other kinds: 1.4 0,01 * apricots cherries peaches p1 (including smooth peaches and similar hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits: 1.5.1. grapes: 0, 5p1 table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 0,01 * p1 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild) : 0,01 * p1 raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small fruit and berries (other than wild): 0,01 * p1 blueberries cranberries gooseberries currant (red and white) blackcurrants other 1.5.5. wild berries and fruit 0,01 * p1 1.6. Miscellaneous fruit 0,01 * p1: salad avocados bananas dates of Kiwi fruit citrons grenades in licij mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dried : 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1 2.1. root and tubers vegetables: p1 0,01 * beetroot carrots, sweet potatoes sweet potatoes, turnips, parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke for the remaining 2.2. bulb vegetables 0,01 * garlic onions p1: shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: solanaceous plants: 2.3.1 Eggplant peppers tomatoes, others 0,01 * 2p1 0 p1 2.3.2. ķirbjaug with edible Peel cucumbers, courgettes: 0 1p1 Zucchini others 0,01 * p1 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : 0, 1p1 melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 0,01 * p1 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 0,01 * p1 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0,01 * p1 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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) 0,01 * p1 beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 2.8. stem vegetables 0,01 * p1: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms: p1 0,01 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1:0,01 * beans lentils peas p1 rest 4. Oilseeds : 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,02 * p1 p1 p1 cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts rest 5. Potatoes: 0,01 * 0,01 * 0,01 * p1 p1 p1 early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.05 * 0.05 * 0,02 * p1 p1 p1 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0.05 * 0.05 * sabirzum p1 p1 * p1. Methyl parathion 0.02 2.56 and fenamiphos no PO box product groups subject to the maximum limits of pesticide residues of methyl parathion * 35 * 36 1 2 3 4 1 fenamiphos. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.02 * 0.02 * 1. citrus fruit: oranges grapefruit lemons limes mandarins (including clementines and similar hybrids) the other 1.2. pomelos tree nuts (shelled or unshelled): 0.02 * cashew nuts Brazil nuts Cedar nuts chestnuts coconuts hazelnuts macadamia nuts almonds Pecans pistachios walnuts others 1.3. juicy fruit : 0.02 * apples pears aiv the other kinds: 1.4 0.02 * apricots cherries peaches (including nectarines and similar smooth hybrids) plums others 1.5. berries and small fruits: 0.02 * 1.5.1. grapes: table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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 : pineapple avocados bananas dates to Kiwi 0.05 grenade fruit is the mango licij citrons olives passion figs other 0.02 *


2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.02 * 2.1. root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes 0.05 turnips parsnip horseradish radish Black radish Salsify, parsley root celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0.02 * 2.2. bulb vegetables 0.02 * garlic: onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: solanaceous plants: 2.3.1 Eggplant 0.1 0.05 0.05 peppers tomatoes the rest of ķirbjaug 0.02 2.3.2 with edible Peel : cucumbers squashes 0.05 0.05 * 0.02 Zucchini other 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel 0.05 0.05 melons: watermelon pumpkin rest 0.02 * 0.02 * sweet corn 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: 0.02 * sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others 0.05 0.05 * 0.02 2.4.3. page: 0.02 * Brassica Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) others 0.02 * 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0.02 * 2.5.1. salad and the salātveidīg : Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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): 0.02 * beans (with pods) beans (without pods) peas (with pods) peas (without pods) others 2.8. stem vegetables 0.02 *: fennel globe artichokes Leek rhubarb asparagus cardoons celery other 2.8. mushrooms : 0.02 * cultivated mushrooms wild mushrooms 3. Pulses: lentils 0.02 * beans peas 0.2 others 0.02 4. Oil seeds 0.05 * 0.05 *: cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other Potatoes 0.02 * 5:0.02 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.05 * 0.05 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0.05 * 0.05 * sabirzum 2.57. Mercury Aldrin and dieldrin, chlordane, no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues mercury compounds, expressed as mercury aldrin and dieldrin combined, expressed as dieldrin chlordane * 37 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.01 * 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: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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 licij mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.01 0.01 * 2.1 root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes turnips parsnip horseradish 0.02 (based on background levels created by earlier use dieldrin and aldrin) radishes Salsify, Black radish root parsley celery turnip Jerusalem artichoke in others 0.01 * 2.2. bulb vegetables 0.01 * garlic: onions shallots spring onions others 2.3. fruiting vegetables: 2.3.1. knockturn plants: 0.01 * Eggplant peppers tomatoes the rest with food ķirbjaug 2.3.2 bark: 0.02 (based on background levels caused by the earlier use dieldrin and aldrin) cucumber Zucchini marrow rest 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : 0.03 (based on background levels caused by the earlier use dieldrin and aldrin) melons squashes watermelons others sweet corn 0.01 * 2.3.4 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 0.01 * 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 0.01 * 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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): 0.01 * 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 * 0.01 * 0.01 *: lentils beans peas others 4. Oilseeds : 0.02 * 0.02 (by monitoring data dieldrin level up 0.02 mg/kg found in pumpkin seeds used for oil extraction) 0.02 * linseed cotton seed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other Potatoes 0.01 * 5:0.01 * 0.01 * early potatoes ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 0.02 * 0.02 * 7. Hops (dried) , including hop pellets and not focus of 0.02 0.02 * 0.02 * sabirzum * HCH, hexachlorobenzene, 2.58. ethylene oxide no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of HCH pesticide residues * 38 Heksahlor benzene ethylene oxide * 39 1 2 3 4 5 1. Fruit, fresh, dried or uncooked, frozen, not containing added sugar, nuts: 0.1 * 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: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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 licij mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables, fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry 0.01 * 0.01 * 0.1:2.1 root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes 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. knockturn plants: tomatoes peppers aubergines others with edible 2.3.2 ķirbjaug Peel: cucumber Zucchini marrow rest 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel melons squashes watermelons: other 2.3.4. sweet corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs : 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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): 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 * 0.1 * 0.01 *: lentils beans peas others 4. Oil seeds 0.02 * 0.02 * 0.2 *: cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other Potatoes 0.01 * 5:0.1 * 0.01 * early potatoes



ware potatoes 6. Tea (dried leaves and stalks, fermented or unfermented of Camellia Sinensis) 0.02 * 0.02 * 0.2 * 7. Hops (dried), including hop pellets and not focus of 0.02 * 0.02 * 0.2 sabirzum * 2.59.1.2-dichloroethane Nitrofen and no PO box product groups covered by the maximum quantity of pesticide residues of 1.2-dichloroethane Nitrofen 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: grapes table grapes wine grapes 1.5.2. strawberries (other than wild) 1.5.3. berries on the shoots (other than wild): raspberry BlackBerry Logan berries General 1.5.4. other small 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 licij mangoes olives passion other figs 2. Vegetables , fresh or uncooked, frozen or dry: 0.01 0.01 * 2.1 root and tuber vegetables: beetroot carrots sweet potatoes sweet potatoes 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. knockturn plants: tomatoes peppers aubergines others with edible 2.3.2 ķirbjaug Peel: cucumber Zucchini marrow rest 2.3.3. ķirbjaug with inedible Peel : watermelon melon squash other 2.3.4. sweet corn 2.4. Brassica vegetables: 2.4.1. flowering Brassica: sparģeļkāpost cauliflower others head Brassica 2.4.2: Rose (Brussels) sprouts head cabbage others leafy Brassica 2.4.3 page: Chinese cabbage curly kale (Savoy) other 2.4.4. Kohlrabi 2.5. leafy vegetables and herbs: 2.5.1. salad and salātveidīg: Cress Lamb's lettuce lettuce Endive rest 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): 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 others 4. Oil seeds 0.02 * 0.02 *: cotton seed linseed poppy seed rape seed sunflower seed mustard seed sesame seed soybeans peanuts the other potatoes 5. : 0.01 * 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 ";

6.3. replace the text of p-notes "shall enter into force on 14 July, 2007." with the text "p-until 14 July 2007 to set a maximum level of pesticide residues in the European Union. P1-a-2007 December 31 set maximum levels of pesticide residues in the European Union. "; 6.4. to supplement the notes with the following text: "34. Alpha and beta endosulfan sulphate, expressed as endosulfan. 35. Methyl parathion and metilparaokson expressed as methyl parathion. 36. the Fenamiphos, its sulfoxide and sulfone, expressed as fenamiphos. 37. the Cis-and TRANS-chlordane. 38. All the isomers (except for the gamma isomer). 39. Ethylene oxide and 2-hloretanol, expressed as ethylene oxide. " 7. Deletion of annex 4, chapter II, 6, 7, 13, 21, 29, 35, 44, 64, 79, 80, 81 and 82...
Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. rose