Rs 916.161 Order Of 12 May 2010 On The Release Of Plant Protection Products (Ordinance On Plant Protection Products, Opph)

Original Language Title: RS 916.161 Ordonnance du 12 mai 2010 sur la mise en circulation des produits phytosanitaires (Ordonnance sur les produits phytosanitaires, OPPh)

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916.161 order on the release of phytosanitary products (Ordinance on plant protection products, OPPh) may 12, 2010 (State February 1, 2016) the Swiss federal Council, saw the Act of 15 December 2000 on chemicals (chema), view the art. 148, art. 3, 158, al. 2A, 159, 160, al. 3-5, 161, 164, 168, and 177 of the Act of 29 April 1998 on agriculture (LAgr), see art. 17 of the Act of 21 March 2003 on genetic engineering (LGG), view the art. 29, 29, al. 4, and 30b, al. 1 and 2, let. a, of the law of 7 October 1983 on the protection of the environment (LPE), given the Federal law of 6 October 1995 on technical barriers to trade (THG), stop: Chapter 1 provisions general art. 1 purpose and object this order is intended to ensure that plant protection products are sufficient for the intended use as used in accordance with the regulations, they have unacceptable effects on the health of human beings and animals or the environment. It also aims to ensure a high level of protection of human and animal health and the environment and improve agricultural production.
It regulates, for plant protection products in their commercial form: a. approval; (b) putting into circulation and use; c. the control.

It sets the rules: a. approval of active substances, of the animal and the syner-nologists which plant protection products contain, or of which they are composed; b. to the Formulants.

The provisions of this order are based on the principle of precaution in order to avoid that active substances or products placed on the market adversely affect human and animal health or the environment.

Art. 2 scope this order applies to the goods in the form in which they are delivered to the user, active substances, safeners or synergists or containing compounds (plant protection products), and for one of the following uses: a. protect plants or plant products against all harmful organisms or prevent the action of these, unless these products are intended to be used mainly for purposes of hygiene rather than for the protection of plants or plant products; b. perform an action on the life processes of plants, e.g.. an action on their growth, in one way other than nutrients; c. ensure the conservation of plant products, insofar as such substances or products are not the subject of provisions on preservatives; d. destroy plants or parts of unwanted plants, except algae, unless the products will not be applied on soil or water to protect plants; e. brake or prevent unwanted plant growth with the exception of algae, at least that the products are applied on soil or water to protect plants.

It applies to substances, including organizations (macro - and microorganisms), exerting a general or specific action on harmful organisms or on plants, parts of plants or plant products (active substances).
It applies: a. to substances or preparations which are added to a plant protection product to annihilate or reduce phytotoxic of the plant protection product on certain plants (safeners);. b to the substances or preparations which, although having not or hardly any activity within the meaning of para. 1, can strengthen the activity of the active substances present in a plant protection product (synergistes); c. to substances or preparations which are used or intended to be used in a plant protection product or adjuvant, but are neither active substances nor safeners or synergists (Formulants); (d) substances or preparations which consist of Formulants or preparations containing one or more Formulants in the form in which they are delivered to the user and put into circulation, intended to be mixed by the user with a plant protection product and strengthen its effectiveness or other pesticide properties (adjuvants).

It does not apply to plant protection products in transit or intended exclusively for export.

Art. 3 definitions for the purposes of this order, means:


a. residues: one or more substances present in or on plants or plant products, edible products of animal origin, drinking water or elsewhere in the environment, and constituting the remainder of the use of a plant protection product, including their metabolites and degradation products, or response; b. substances: chemical elements and their compounds, such as they occur in the natural state or as produced by industry , including any impurity resulting inevitably manufacturing process; (b) basic substance: any substance that meets the requirements of art. 10A; c. preparations: mixtures or solutions composed of two or more substances intended for use as plant protection products or adjuvants; d. concern substance: any substance that is inherently able to cause an effect that is harmful to humans, animals or the environment and contained or produced in a plant protection product in sufficient concentration to cause such an effect. substances of concern include substances satisfying the criteria to be classified dangerous according to annex 1, parts 2-5, of Regulation (EC) n 1272/2008 and contained in the plant protection product at a concentration for the product is considered to be dangerous within the meaning of art. 3 of the Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n; e. plant: live plants and live parts of plants, including fresh fruit and vegetables and seeds; f. plant products: products of plant origin, unprocessed or having undergone simple preparation such as milling, drying or pressure, as long as it is not plant; g. harmful organisms: species , strain or biotype belonging to the animal or plant Kingdom or pathogenic agent harmful to plants or plant products; h. non-chemical methods: the alternative methods to chemical pesticides for plant protection and the fight against the enemies of crops, based on agronomic techniques such as those referred to in annex III.1 of the directive 2009/128/EC or physical methods mechanical or biological fight against the enemies of crops; i. putting into circulation: the holding for sale inside Switzerland, including offering for sale or any other form of transfer, whether free of charge or, and the sale, distribution and other forms of transfer themselves, except the restitution to the previous seller; importing for the above objectives is a release in the sense of the present order; j. authorization of a plant protection product: administrative act by which the probate service authorizes the entry into circulation of a plant protection product; k. producer: anyone who manufactures itself of plant protection products, active substances, safeners, synergists the, the Formulants or adjuvants, or who contracts this manufacturing to another person , or any person designated by the manufacturer as his representative for the purpose of compliance with this order; l. letter of access: any original document by which the owner of data protected under this order gives its agreement to the use of these data, according to the conditions and specific terms, by the service for approval for the authorization of a plant protection product or the approval of an active substance a Synergist or a Protectant for the benefit of another applicant; Mr. vulnerable groups: people with special needs in the context of the assessment of the effects of acute and chronic of pesticides on health. In these groups, pregnant women and nursing mothers, unborn children, infants and children, the elderly and workers and residents strongly exposed to pesticides in the long term; n. microorganisms: any microbiological, including bacteria, algae, lower fungi, protozoa, viruses and the viroids, cell or not able to replicate or of transferring genetic material; cell cultures, prions and the genetic material having a biological activity them are assimilated; o. macroorganisms: the insects, the mites and other arthropods and nematodes, p. genetically modified organisms: organisms whose genetic material has been changed in the sense of art. 5, al. 2 LGG; q. good plant protection practice: practice involving the treatments with plant protection products applied to plants or plant products, in accordance with the conditions of their authorised uses, are selected, dosed and provided in time so as to ensure maximum efficiency with the minimum quantity necessary, taking account of local conditions and of the possibilities for cultural and biological control; r. good laboratory practice : practice according to the order of 18 May 2005 on good laboratory practices; s. good practical experimental: practice in accordance with the provisions of the guidelines 181 and 152 of the European and Mediterranean Organisation for the protection of plants (EPPO); t. protection of reports: the temporary right of the owner of a test or study report to prevent the use of this report in the interest of another applicant; u. trials and studies : research or experiments to determine the properties and behaviour of an active substance or of plant protection products, to provide exposure to active substances or their relevant metabolites, set security in exposure levels and define the terms of a harmless products phytosanitaires.v job. the authorisation holder: any physical or legal person the holder of an authorisation of a plant protection product; w. professional user: anyone who uses pesticides during his professional activity, and including operators, technicians, employers and the self-employed, as in agriculture than in other sectors; x. minor use: the use of a plant protection product on plants or plant products : 1. that are not widely grown, or2. which are widely grown to meet an exceptional need for plant protection;

y. greenhouse: a space of culture on one level, static and closed, the outer shell is usually translucent, which allows an Exchange controlled materials and energy with the environment and prevents the diffusion of pesticides in the environment. For the purposes of this order, the spaces closed plant production which the outer shell is not translucent, eg. for the production of mushrooms or Witloof, are also considered as greenhouses; z. treatment after harvest: treatment of plants or plant products after harvest in an isolated space where no flow is possible, for example, in a warehouse; aa. service for approval: the federal service which decides on the approval products phytosanitary; ab. advertising: a means of promoting the sale or use of plant protection products (with persons other than the holder of the authorisation, the person marketing the product or their agents) using print or electronic; ac. metabolite: any metabolite or degradation of an active substance, a Protectant or a Synergist who is trained either in a body or in the environment. A metabolite is deemed relevant will there be presumed that it has intrinsic properties comparable to those of the parent substance regarding its activity biological target, he represents, for organizations, a higher risk than the parent drug or a comparable risk, or that it has certain toxicological properties that are considered unacceptable. Such a metabolite is relevant in the context of the general decision of approval or the definition of measures to reduce risks; ad. impurity: components other that the active substance pure or pure variant in the technical material (including from the process of manufacturing or deterioration occurred during storage).

In order to correctly interpret the Regulation (EC) n. 1107/2009 referred to in the present order, the following equivalencies will be considered: Expression in the Regulation (EC) N 1107/2009 Expression in the present order a. Expressions in German: permission Bewilligung b. Expressions in french: market put in circulation produced plant protection plant protection product introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012 , in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
New content according to ch. I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
R (EC) n 1272/2008 of the European Parliament and the Council on Dec. 16. 2008 relating to the classification, labelling and packaging of substances and mixtures, amending and repealing directives 67/548/EEC and 1999/45/EC and amending R (EC) 1907/2006, OJ L353 n of 31 Dec. 2008, p. 1, last modified place by R (EC) n 286/2011, JO L 83 of the 30.3.2011, p. 1.

Directive 2009/128/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October. 2009 establishing a framework for Community action to achieve a compatible with sustainable use of pesticides, in the version of the OJ L 309 of Nov. 24. 2009, p. 71.
New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
RS 813.112.1 EPPO standard for the efficacy evaluation of plant protection products, European and mediterranean Plant Protection Organization, 3 edition, Paris.
R (EC) n. 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 21 October. 2009 concerning the placing on the market of plant protection products and repealing directives 79/117/EEC and 91/414/EEC of the Council, in the version of the OJ L 309 from 24 nov. 2009, p.1.

Art. 3aPrescriptions of the federal Office of agriculture when there is a need to act quickly in situations that require quick action, the federal Office for agriculture (FOAG) may, in agreement with the relevant services, prohibit the import, put into circulation and the use of plant protection products that endanger the health of human beings humans and animals or who present a risk to the environment.
It may fix for these pesticides to the maximum values which must not be exceeded. The maximum values are based on international standard values, maximum values in force in the exporting country or are scientifically based may determine which plant protection products must be imported or put into circulation only accompanied by a statement of the competent authorities of the exporting country or accredited service.
It establishes what information the report must include and if documents must be attached to the declaration.
The lots for which the documents referred to in para. 4 cannot be presented when importing are turned back or destroyed if they present a risk.

Introduced by section I of O on May 25, 2011, in effect since July 1. 2011 (2011 2401 RO).

Chapter 2 Active Substances, basic substances, safeners, synergists and Formulants Section 1 criteria and procedure for the approval of active substances art. Criteria 4 an active substance is approved according to annex 2, Chapter 1, if it is foreseeable, in view of the current state of the scientific and technical knowledge, that, taking into account the approval criteria set out in section 2 and 3 of that annex, plant protection products containing this active substance meet the conditions provided for in the al. 3-5.
The assessment of the active substance is first to determine if it is meets the approval criteria set out in points 3.6.2 to 3.6.4 and 3.7 of annex II to the Regulation (EC) n. 1107/2009. If this is the case, the assessment is ongoing to determine whether other approval criteria set out in points 2 and 3 of Schedule 2 is met.
Residues of plant protection products, as a result of an application consistent with good plant protection practice and under realistic conditions of use, meet the following requirements: a. they have no harmful effect on the health of human beings humans, including vulnerable groups, or animal health, taking into account the cumulative effects and synergistic known when the scientific evaluation methods of these effects accepted by the safety authority (EFSA) foods, are available, or on groundwater; (b) they have no unacceptable effect on the environment.

Methods in common use to measure residues which are significant from the point of view of Toxicology, ecotoxicology, environmental or drinking water must exist. Analytical standards should be generally available.
A plant protection product, under conditions of application consistent with good plant protection practice and in realistic to use conditions, meets the following conditions: a. it lends enough to the intended use; b. it has no harmful effect, immediate or delayed, on human health, including vulnerable groups, or animal health, directly or through drinking water (given the substances resulting from the treatment of water) food, feed or air, or effects on the workplace or other indirect effects, taking into account the cumulative and synergistic effects known when scientific assessment methods of these effects, accepted by EFSA, are available, or on ground water; c. there no unacceptable effect on plants or plant products; (d) it does not cause no suffering or unnecessary pain in vertebrate animals to fight; (e) he has no effect unacceptable on the environment, particularly given the following, where evaluation methods of these effects, accepted by the EFSA scientific are available: 1. its future and its dissemination in the environment, in particular with regard to the contamination of surface waters, including estuarine and coastal waters, groundwater, air and soil, taking into account locations distant from the place of use as a result of the long distance in the environment, 2. its effect on the non-target species, particularly on the behavior of these species, 3. its effect on biodiversity and the ecosystem.

The requirements set out in paras. 3 to 5 are evaluated according to uniform principles referred to in art. 17, al. 5. for the approval of an active substance, the provisions of paras. 1 to 5 are deemed to be met if it has been established that this is the case for one or more representative uses of at least one plant protection product containing this active substance.
With respect to human health, no data collected in humans is used for a reduction of safety margins set on the basis of studies or tests carried out on animals.
As an exception to the al. 1, when, on the basis of documented evidence included in the application, an active substance is necessary to control a serious phytosanitary danger which cannot be contained by other available means, including non-chemical methods, the active substance may be approved for a limited period necessary to control that serious danger, even if it does not meet the criteria set out in points 3.6.3 , 3.6.4, 3.6.5 or 3.8.2 of annex II to Regulation (EC) n. 1107/2009, provided that the use of the substance active should be risk mitigation measures in order to minimize the risks for man and the environment. With respect to these substances, the maximum concentration of residue levels have been established according to the Ordinance of 26 June 1995 on foreign substances and components (OSEC). This derogation does not apply to substances active, under Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n, are, or should be classified as carcinogens of category 1, category 2 without threshold carcinogens, or agents toxic for reproduction of category 1.

See notes to art. 3, al. 2 European Food Safety Agency, established by the R (EC) n 178/2002 of the European Parliament and the Council of Jan. 28. 2002 establishing general principles and the General requirements of food law, establishing the European food safety authority and laying down procedures for the safety of foodstuffs, OJ L 31 of Feb 1. 2002, p. 1, amended last place by the EC R) n 596/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 18 June 2009, OJ L 188 of July 18. 2009, p. 14.
See notes to art. 3, al. 2 RS 817.021.23 see note on art. 3, let. d art. 5 substances active the federal Department of the economy, training and research (RFLD) list of a new active substance on the list of approved active substances (annex 1) when she was examined in the context of an application for authorisation for putting into circulation of a plant protection product and that she meets the criteria referred to in art. 4. for active substances, the FOAG may set the following restrictions and conditions: a. the minimum degree of purity of the active substance; (b) the maximum content of certain impurities, and the nature of those; (c) restrictions arising from evaluation of the information referred to in art. 7 in view of the agricultural, plant health and environmental, including climatic, conditions considered; (d) the type of preparation e. mode and terms of application; f. communication of confirmatory information, when new requirements are established during the evaluation process or on the basis of new scientific and technical knowledge; (g) the designation of categories of users, such as professionals and non-professionals; h. the designation of areas where the use of plant protection products , including treatment products soils, containing the active substance may not be approved or where their use may be approved under certain conditions; i. the need to impose risk mitigation measures and a monitoring usage; j. any other special condition resulting from the assessment of the information provided in the context of this regulation.


If an active substance meets one or more of the additional criteria defined in annex 2, section 4, the EAER enrolled him in annex 1, part E, as substance substitution.
Active substances designated as active substances in low risk according to art. 22 of Regulation EC/1107/2009 are designated as such in Schedule 1. The FOAG may designate other low-risk active substances: a. If it is expected that plant protection products containing these active substances present a low risk to human health, animal health and the environment in accordance with art. 32; ETB. If these substances may not be classified in one of the categories set out in annex 2, c. 5.

The name of the administrative unit has been adapted to 1 Jan. 2013 in application of art. 16 al. 3 o from 17 nov. 2004 (RO 2004 4937) official publications. This mod has been taken throughout the text.
New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
New content according to section I of the O on May 25, 2011, in effect since July 1. 2011 (2011 2401 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 28 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4551 RO).
See notes to art. 3, al. 2 art. 6 request the application for approval or change of the conditions for approval of an active substance is introduced to the Department for approval by the producer of the active substance and is accompanied by a summary record and a full record, established in accordance with art. 7, al. 1 and 2, or to a scientific rationale for the non-disclosure of certain parts of these records; It must be demonstrated that the active substance satisfies the approval criteria set out in art. 4. a collective request may be filed by an association of producers. Art. 16 is reserved.
At the time of submitting his application, the person may request, in application of art. 52, that certain information, including certain parts of the dossier, it separates physically, be treated as confidential.
When filing its application, the applicant attached at the same time a complete list of tests and studies submitted in application of art. 7, al. 2, and a list of requests for the protection of the reports provided for in art. 46. the probate service may require the applicant to provide a form it defined the list of tests and studies reports filed during the request as well as the list of reports of tests and studies for which the protection of reports laid down in art. 46 is requested.

Art. 7 records the summary folder includes the following: a. information related to one or more uses representative, on a widespread culture, of at least one plant protection product containing the active substance, demonstrating that the criteria for the approval of the art. 4 are respected; When the information presented relate to a culture that is not very widespread, a justification of this approach should be provided; (b) for each point of the data requirements for the active substances, the summaries and results of tests and studies, the name of their owner and of the person or Institute that has carried out the tests and studies; (c) for each point of the data applicable to plant protection products requirements the summaries and results of tests and studies, the name of their owner and of the person or Institute that conducted the tests and studies relevant to the assessment of the criteria provided for in art. 4, al. 2 to 5, for one or more plant protection products representative of the uses referred to in the let has, account view of the fact that, in the case referred to in para. 2, the lack of data as a result of the limited number of representative uses proposed substance active, can result in an approval restrictions; (d) for each test or study involving the use of vertebrate animals, a justification of the measures taken to avoid the tests on animals and a repetition of tests on vertebrates; e. a checklist certifying that the record referred to in para. 2 is a complete account of the requested usages; f. the reasons for which test and study reports submitted are necessary for first approval of the active substance or for the amendment of conditions of approval; (g) as appropriate, the copy of a limit request maximum residue referred to in art. 7 of the Regulation (EC) No 396/2005 or a justification for the non-disclosure of such information; h. an assessment of all information presented.

The complete file contains the full text of the various reports of trials and studies concerning all the information referred to in para. 1, let. b and c. There are no reports of tests or studies involving voluntary administration of the active substance or the plant protection product to human beings human.
The FOAG can define the structure of the summary record and the complete file.
The data referred to in the al requirements. 1 and 2 include the requirements for active substances and plant protection products set out in annexes 5 and 6. The Davis can adapt those annexes taking into account the international standards requirements, including those of the European Union (EU).
The applicant attached to the accessible literature, validated by the scientific community and published during the last ten years prior to the date of submission, about the side effects on health, the environment and species not covered of the active substance and its relevant metabolites.

R (EC) n 396/2005 of the European Parliament and the Council from 23 Feb. 2005 on maximum residue levels of pesticides in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin and amending the directive 91/414/EEC of the Council, OJ L 70 of March 16, 2005, p. 1, amended lastly by the 1097/2009/EC of the Commission of 16 nov. 2009, OJ L 309 of the 17.11.2009, p. 6 art. 8 review of the substances approved by the Department for approval approval service may review an active substance approved at any time. It takes into account in the decision on the need to review a substance of new scientific and technical knowledge and monitoring data, including when at the end of the review of authorizations under art. 29, al. 1, there are indications that the realization of the goals set by the order of 28 October 1998 on the protection of waters (OEaux) cannot be achieved by other means. The probate service also takes account of the decisions of the EU.
If the probate service considers, in light of the new scientific and technical knowledge, that there is reason to believe that the substance no longer meets the approval criteria provided for in art. 4 or any additional information required in application of art. 5, al. 2, let. f, have not been provided, it shall inform the producer of the active substance and granted the latter a period to enable it to submit its comments.
If the probate service comes to the conclusion that he is most satisfied to the approval criteria provided for in art. 4 or any additional information required in application of art. 5, al. 2, let. f, were not disclosed, it offers the Davis to withdraw approval of the active substance or the FOAG to change the conditions and restrictions referred to in art. 5, al. 2 SR 814.201 art. 9 reassessment of the active substances, active substances, entering in the composition of one or more authorized plant protection products may be subject to a reassessment.
The EAER, in agreement with the other departments concerned and after consultation of interested circles, registered the active substances which should be reassessed in annex 10. It takes into account for this purpose the re-evaluation of the EU program.
The holder of an authorisation for a plant protection product containing an active substance listed in annex 10 must file a request for review with the FOAG, within a period of three months from the date of registration of the substance active in annex 10. When the substance is being reassessed in the EU, the period is six months.
This request must contain all the documents that must be attached to the request for authorisation for putting into circulation of a plant protection product containing a new active substance. The considerations and decisions of the EU, as long as they are available, must be attached to the request.
If the situation warrants, the FOAG can outsource an additional period of six months to complete the record. When the substance is being reassessed in the EU, the additional period is twelve months maximum.
Assessment services evaluate the records in accordance with art. 24 art. 10 active substances the EAER radiation write-off an active substance in annex 1:

a. when she was enrolled in annex 10 and no request for review has been filed; b. when documents presented do not meet the requirements of art. 21 including those of annex 5; c. when the revaluation of the substance active shows that the requirements laid down in art. 17 are not met. The conclusions of the re-evaluation by the EU must be taken into account.

The EAER may waive write off an active schedule 1 substance when for use, there is no other solution to fight against a pest and as long as there is no harmful effect on human health in use meets the requirements. The use of this substance is then limited to this use. Approval of the substances concerned shall be reviewed on a regular basis.

Section 1acriteres and procedure for approval of substances of base art. 10a basic a basic substance Substances is approved if: a. it is not a substance of concern; b. is not inherently capable to cause disruptive effects on the endocrine system, the neurotoxic effects or immunotoxic effects; c. its main destination is not to be used for plant protection purposes, but it is nevertheless useful to plant protection , either directly or in a product consisting of the basic substance and a simple diluent etd. It has no harmful effect, immediate or delayed, on human or animal health nor an unacceptable effect on the environment.

Regarding the ingredients, the FOAG can determine by analogy the conditions and restrictions referred to in art. 5, al. 2. the macroorganisms which are regarded as exotic in the sense of art. 3, al. 1, let. f, of the order of 10 September 2008 on the dissemination in the environment and micro-organisms cannot be approved as basic substances.

SR 814.911 art. 10b list of basic substances the EAER registered a new basic substance on the list of approved basic substances (annex 1, part D) when it has been examined and that it meets the criteria referred to in art. 10. art. 10 c application any person may submit an application for approval of a basic service certification substance.
Must attach the following documents: a. If necessary, the evaluations of the possible effects of the substance on human or animal health or on the environment, health conducted in accordance with other legislation not governing plant protection; (b) any other relevant information relating to its possible effects on human or animal health or on the environment health.

The probate service seeks the views of assessment services.

Art. 10 d review of the basic substances approved by the service for approval the approval may at any time review an approved basic substance.
If he considers that there is reason to believe that the substance no longer meets the criteria referred to in art. 10, he shall inform the relevant circles and give them a time limit to allow them to submit their comments.

Art. 10th Radiation of a basic substance the EAER writes off a substance of annex 1, part D, when it no longer meets the criteria referred to in art. 10. Section 2 approval of safeners and synergists art. 11 criteria and approval process a Protectant or a Synergist is approved if it complies with the provisions of art. 4. the art. 5 to 10 are applicable by analogy.
The EAER may fix, in annexes 5 and 6, specific requirements for the dossier to accompany an application for approval of a Protectant or a Synergist.

Art. 12 Safeners and synergists already put into circulation the EAER may establish a program of progressive review of the synergists and safeners put into circulation before the date of entry into force of this section. It takes into account for this purpose the re-evaluation of the EU program.

Section 3 Formulants art. 13. the Formulants which may not be introduced into a plant protection product are registered in Schedule 3 by the EAER. It takes into account the decisions of the European Union in this area.

Chapter 3 products plant health Section 1 provisions general art. 14 approval of putting into circulation a plant protection product may be put into circulation only if it has been approved in accordance with this order.
For the circulation of plant protection products whose development is based on the use of genetic resources or traditional knowledge associated with them, the provisions of the Ordinance of 11 December 2015 Nagoya are reserved.
As an exception to the al. 1, no approval is required in the following cases: a. putting into circulation and use of plant protection products for research or development, in accordance with art. 41; If pesticides are organizations or contain bodies, the provisions of the May 9, 2012 on contained use (VHF) and order of the order of 10 September 2008 on the dissemination in the environment (ODE) are reserved; (b) production, storage or movement of a plant protection product intended to be used in a third country;

The approval is valid for a plant protection product: a. composition determined; b. trade name determined; c. for purposes determined; d. a particular producer.

RS 451.61 introduced by section 7 of the schedule to the O in Nagoya Dec. 11. 2015, in effect since Feb. 1. 2016 (2016 277 RO).
New content according to section 12 of Schedule 5 to the O of 9 may 2012 on contained use, in force since June 1, 2012 (RO 2012 2777).
SR 814.912 SR 814.911 art. 15 types of approval applicable to pesticides approval types are: a. the approval on the basis of an authorization (permission) (sections 2 to 4) procedure; b. the homologation of the fact of registration on a list of pesticides approved by a foreign country that correspond to plant protection products authorized in Switzerland (section 5); c. approval to control an emergency (section 6) .d. approval for plant protection products containing exclusively substances of approved Basic (section 6A).

Introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 16 home, office or branch in Switzerland alone can apply for approval or be the holder of an authorization a person who is domiciled or headquartered, or a branch in Switzerland or who is domiciled in a State with which the Switzerland has concluded an agreement that these requirements do not apply.

Section 2 authorisation of plant protection products art. 17 conditions subject to art. 34, a plant protection product may be authorized if, according to the uniform principles referred to in para. 5, he meets the following requirements: a. its active substances, safeners and synergists are approved; (b) its active substance, its Protectant or his Synergist has a different origin, or has the same origin but has experienced a change in method or its place of manufacture: 1 but the specification diverges substantially from the specification of the substance or the Protectant or Synergist approved pursuant to art. 5, and2. the said substance or the said Protectant or Synergist has no more harmful effects within the meaning of art. 4, al. 3 and 5, due to its impurities than if it had been produced according to the manufacturing process stated on the record supporting the approval;

c. the Formulants are not in annex 3; d. its (technical) formulation is such that user exposure or other risks are limited as far as possible without compromising the operation of the product; e. in the current state of scientific and technical knowledge, it meets the conditions provided for in art. 4, al. 5; (f) the nature and quantity of its active substances, safeners and synergists and, where applicable, the impurities and toxicologically important formulants, ecotoxicological or environmental can be determined using methods appropriate; g. residues resulting from uses allowed, relevant from the point of view toxicological, ecotoxicological or environmental can be determined using appropriate common methods , with appropriate on relevant samples; detection limits h. its physico-chemical properties have been determined and deemed acceptable for use and proper product storage; i. to the plants or plant products before, if necessary, be used as feed or food crops, the maximum concentrations of residues for the agricultural products affected by the use referred to in the authorization have been established or amended in accordance with OSEC or the order of 26 May 1999 on the pet food.

The plaintiff is required to prove compliance with the requirements set out in para. 1, let. a to h.
The respect of the requirements listed in para. 1, let. b and d to h, is assured by trials and official or officially recognized tests in agricultural, plant health and environmental conditions corresponding to the use of the plant in question and representative product usage conditions.

The FOAG can, with regard to the al. 1, let. f, define methods harmonized; It takes into account to make the methods adopted by the EU.
The uniform principles for evaluation and authorisation of plant protection products are laid down in annex 9; They specify the requirements referred to in para. 1. the EAER may adapt annex 9.
The interaction between the active substance, the animal, the synergists and the Formulants should be taken into account in the assessment of plant protection products.
A plant protection product is allowed in addition that: a. If it contains no organizations considered invasive exotic bodies within the meaning of art. 3, let. h, ODE or in annex 2 of the ODE; (b) if the identity and biological characteristics of microorganisms and macroorganisms it contains are sufficiently known; c. If it contains no mixing of active substances intended for fight against different groups of pests such as insects, fungi or weeds.

Exceptions to the requirements referred to in para. 7, let. c, can be made for seed treatment products and plant protection products used in the forest to cut wood.
Plant protection products consisting of organisms genetically modified or containing such organisms are allowed only if they meet the requirements of the ODE.
The FOAG may refuse to grant authorisation, or match this authorization of charges or conditions, if it appears that precautionary measures are applicable under art. 148a LAgr.
The registration service may authorise, for a period of two years maximum, and with the exception of plant protection products which consist of pathogenic organisms or which contain such organizations, a pesticide whose substance active is not yet in annex 1, if the product in question meets the requirements mentioned in paras. 1, let. b i, 5 and 9. It passes prior to the federal Office for the environment (FOEN) relevant documents and the outcome of its review for review. .

RS 817.021.23 RS 916.307 RS 814.911 art. 18 content of the authorization service for approval shall rule on the application for leave by decision.
Permission defines the plants or plant products and areas not agricultural (e.g. railways, public areas, storage locations) on which the plant protection product may be used and the purpose of such use.
Permission sets out the requirements for putting into circulation and use of the plant protection product. These requirements include a minimum employment conditions needed to meet the conditions and requirements referred to in art. 5, al. 2 includes a classification of the plant protection product according to annex 1, parts 2-5, of Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n, which corresponds to the globally harmonized system of classification and labelling of chemicals (GHS).
The decision, for as much as demand is accepted, includes notably the following: a. domicile, headquarters or branch of the applicant; b. the trade name under which the plant protection product can be put into circulation; c. the name of each substance active and quantity expressed in metric units and type of preparation; d. for microorganisms and the macroorganisms , the identity of each organization and its quantity in units appropriate; e. the duration of validity of the authorization; f. the federal approval number.

The requirements referred to in para. 3 also include, as appropriate: a. the maximum dose per hectare for each use, (b) the delay period between the last use and harvest; c. the maximum number of uses per year; d. restrictions to the distribution and the use of the plant protection product in order to ensure the protection of the health of the distributors, users, people on the scene residents, consumers or workers or the environment; such restrictions are indicated on the label; (e) designation of categories of users, such as professionals and non-professionals; f. the delay between uses; g. time of re-entry.

Permission applies to the holder mentioned in the decision, and is not transferable.

CF. note on art. 3, al. 1, let. d. new content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 19 time permission is granted for ten years subject to art. 29 art. 20 certificates at the request of the holder of the authorization, the certification service can confirm the authorisation for putting into circulation of a plant protection product in Switzerland by establishing a certificate.
At the request of the holder of the authorization, the certification service can confirm by an export certificate that a plant protection product intended to be exported is made in Switzerland. In such cases, he consults beforehand the Secretariat of State for the economy (SECO) insofar as the field of competence of the latter is affected.

Section 3 Procedure art. 21 application for leave or a permission change any applicant who wishes to place a plant protection product in circulation is required to file a request for permission or a permission change in person or through a representative office for approval.
The application shall include the following: a. domicile, headquarters or branch of the applicant; b. the trade name under which it is planned to put the plant protection product - silence in traffic; (c) the place of manufacture, packaging or repackaging of the plant protection product; (d) the name and address of the manufacturer of the plant protection product and the active substances it contains; e. a list of planned uses; e. as appropriate a copy of any authorisation already granted phytosanitary product audit in a EU State; (g) where appropriate, a copy of any finding of a Member State of the EU having assessed the equivalence of active substances, of the animal and used synergists.

Are attached to the application: a. for the plant protection product concerned, a complete and a summary dossier for each point of the data to the plant protection product requirements; (b) for each active substance, Protectant and Synergist contained in the plant protection product, a complete and a summary dossier for each point of the data to the active substance requirements the Protectant and the Synergist; (c) for each test or study involving the use of vertebrate animals, a justification of the measures taken to avoid the tests on animals and a repetition of tests on vertebrates; d. the reasons why reports of trials and studies submitted are necessary for first authorisation or changes in the conditions of the authorization; e. as appropriate a copy of the application for maximum residue limit referred to art. 7 of the Regulation (EC) No. 396/2005 or a justification for the failure to provide these information; f. the case any, for the modification of an authorization, an assessment of all information submitted in application of art. 7, al. 1, let. h; (g) a draft label.

Other requirements that must meet the application package are set out in annex 6.
When a plant protection product contains active substances that are not yet listed in annex 1 or data to the active ingredients, the safeners or the synergists are protected according to art. 46, documents cited in annex 5 must be produced.
The probate service may, on a case by case basis, impose additional requirements for the content of the dossier accompanying the application.
It may, in agreement with assessment services, renounce require certain documents in the file, including some studies, if the applicant can prove that these documents are not necessary to the evaluation of the plant protection product.
If the door application on a plant protection product consisting of genetically modified organisms or containing such organisms, it must meet the additional requirements laid down in art. 28 and 34, al. 2, ODE.
If the door leave on a plant protection product application consisting of a macro-organisme or simply such a body, it must meet the requirements of the PM6/2 of the EPPO standard.
The documents attached to the application must be filed: a. on paper or electronic medium; b. in one of the official languages or in English. If the request is for a plant protection product consisting of pathogenic or genetically modified organisms or containing such organisms, it must provide at least a summary of the application in one of the official languages.

At the time of submitting his application, the person may request, in application of art. 52, that certain information, including certain parts of the dossier, it separates physically, be treated as confidential. At the same time, it presents the complete list of studies submitted pursuant to art. 7, al. 2, and a list of reports of tests and studies for which applications to obtain the protection of the reports have been introduced in accordance with art. 46.

As part of an access to information request, the approval service determines the information that should be kept confidential.
The applicant, if requested, provides samples of the plant protection product and its ingredients analysis standards.
The probate service may require the applicant to provide, in a defined computer form, the list of tests and reports of studies deposited in demand as well as reports of trials and studies for which the protection of reports, under art. 46, is requested.

See notes to the art.7, al. 1, let. g. RS 814.911 standard PM6/2 such as defined in Bulletin OEPP/EPPO, 40, pp. 335 to 344. Download: European and Mediterranean Organisation for the protection of plants, www.eppo.org > Standards > List of EPPO Standards > Safe use of Biological Controls (PM6) > "Import and release of non-indigenous biological control agents.
Introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 22 dispensation for studies applicants are exempt from providing reports of trials and studies referred to in art. 21, al. 3, when the probate service has reports of trials and studies in question and that applicants demonstrate that access has been granted to them pursuant to art. 46 or the possible period of protection of the reports arrived at maturity.
However, applicants to whom the al. 1 applies are required to provide the following information: a. all the data necessary for the identification of the plant protection product, including its complete composition, similarly a statement that no responsibility set out in Schedule 3 is not used; b. the information needed to identify the active substance, the Protectant or Synergist, if they have been approved, and to determine whether the conditions for approval are met and conform to art. 17, al. 1, let. b, if applicable; c. on the service request for approval, the data needed to demonstrate that the plant protection product has comparable effects to those of the plant protection product for which they provide proof of their access to the protected data.

Art. 23 review of completeness of the record and the documents service for approval examines if the application is complete.
When parts are lacking in the file or do not meet the requirements, the certification service sets the applicant a deadline appropriate to complete. If the required indications are not provided within the time limit, it denies the request.
Probate service passes the request and determining assessment services documents.
If the request is for a plant protection product consisting in genetically modified organisms or containing such organisms, the probate service committed the authorisation procedure taking into account the ODE.
If it relates to a plant protection product which consists of pathogenic organisms not genetically modified, or containing such organisms, the publication, the consultation of the non-confidential documents and the procedure are governed by arts. 42 and 43 ODE to the extent where agencies do not appear in Appendix 1.

SR 814.911 art. 24 assessment of the dossier evaluation services review if the conditions set out in art. 17 are met and assess documents in the light of the criteria laid down in annex 9.
The evaluation of an active substance, a Synergist or a Protectant already approved in the EU, the service of certification and assessment services take account of the outcome of the assessment of EFSA, the considerations and decisions of the EU regarding the approval of these substances and the considerations and decisions of the Member States on the authorization of plant protection products containing these substances, for as much as these documents are submitted at the service of certification or brought to its attention.
During the examination of the application, the certification service may carry or conduct tests and other investigations.
Assessment services communicate to the certification service the result of their appreciation.

Art. 25 supplement approval service directs the applicant to provide samples or additional information, including data and results from further tests, when the review of the record shows that this additional information is needed.

Art. 26 deadline if the service approval requires that the record is completed, delays continue to run until the additional information have not been filed.

Art. 27 obligation to keep documents the holder of the authorization shall keep, for at least ten years from the date of the last assignment of the plant protection product, a copy of all the documents that he has filed or to ensure that the latter are available. The samples are kept for as long as their condition allows an appreciation.

Art. 28 renewal authorization may be renewed.
The application for renewal of the authorization must be filed with the service for approval two years before the end of the period of validity of the authorization. The applicant provides the following information: a. a copy of the authorization of the plant protection product; (b) any new information that has become necessary because changes made to data or to the criteria requirements; (c) proof that the new data submitted are the result of requirements in terms of data or criteria which were not applicable at the time when the authorisation of the plant protection product has been granted or are needed to change the conditions of approval; d. all information necessary to demonstrate that the plant protection product meets the requirements set out in the approval of the substance activates the Protectant or the Synergist that it contains; (e) a report on information from surveillance, if the authorization was under surveillance.

The information referred to in art. 22, al. 2, let. a and b, must be provided by each permit holder at the renewal of the latter.
The service for approval examines if the conditions of the authorization are met. If so, it requires additional information, including the results of the tests or additional tests necessary for the assessment of safety of the plant protection product and its compliance with the intended use.
He refuses the renewal when the licensing conditions are no longer met or that the information is not provided within the time limits.
It is empowered to extend approval pending the decision on the renewal.

Art. 29 withdrawal or modification of authorisation approval service can review an authorization at any time if certain elements relate to believe that one of the requirements set out in art. 17 is no longer respected. Probate service shall review an authorization when he concluded that the goals of the OEaux cannot be achieved by other means.
When the probate service intends to remove or modify an authorization, it informs the holder and gives him the opportunity to present comments or additional information.
Probate service removes or modifies the authorization, as the case may be: a. when the requirements referred to in art. 17 are not or are no longer met; b. where false or misleading information has been provided about the facts supporting the authorization granted; c. when a condition contained in the authorization is not met; d. when, in view of the evolution of the scientific and technical knowledge, use and amounts used can be changed; e. when the holder of the authorisation does not meet the obligations imposed under this order; f. when the conditions implementation of the precautionary measures referred to in art. 148a LAgr are met.

Service for approval may at any time review plant protection products containing an active substance, a Protectant or a Synergist for which the EU set conditions or restrictions in the approval or renewal of the approval. It may require holders of permits, the data necessary for the assessment of these conditions or restrictions, including relevant information on the active substance, the Protectant or the Synergist, and set a deadline for their delivery. It may change or withdraw an authorization or match it new charges directly on the basis of the results of the procedure for approval or renewal of the approval of the EU.
The service of certification shall review referred to in para. 4 priority for substances for which the conditions and restrictions set by the EU at the time of approval concern the protection of groundwater.

SR 814.201 art. 30 withdrawal or amendment of an authorisation at the request of its holder authorisation may be withdrawn or amended at the request of its holder; This motivates his request.
Amendments can be granted only when it is found, for these requests and in accordance with the procedure referred to in art. 23 and 24, that the requirements set out in art. 17 are met.


Art. 31 deadline withdrawal when the probate service withdraw an authorisation or renews it doesn't and that reasons for withdrawal or non-renewal are not related to a potential dangerous effect judged unacceptable, it may grant a period for the circulation of existing stocks.
The period does not exceed 12 months for the circulation of existing stocks of plant protection products concerned.
In case of withdrawal of authorization or non-renewal due to immediate concerns for human or animal health or the environment, the plant protection products concerned are immediately taken off the market.

Section 4 cases individuals art. 32 pesticides at low risk when all the active substances contained in a plant protection product are active substances at low risk according to art. 5, al. 4, this product is allowed as low risk pesticide subject to specific risk mitigation measures are not necessary as a result of the assessment risks. This plant protection product also meets the following conditions: a. the active substances, safeners and synergists contained in it have been approved to the title of Chapter 2; b. it contains no substance of concern c. it is sufficiently effective; (d) it does not cause suffering or unacceptable pain in vertebrates to combat; e. it complies with the requirements set out in art. 17, al. 1, let. b, c, and f to i.

Anyone seeking the authorization of a plant protection product in low-risk is required to demonstrate that it is meets the requirements set out in para. 1 and attach to the application a complete and a summary dossier for each point of the active substance and the plant protection product data requirements. Art. 22 is reserved.

Art. 33 seeds treated seed cannot be imported as commercial goods when they are treated with the active substances not permitted in Switzerland for its intended use.
The probate service may grant exceptions as far as the products concerned should be allowed in the EU. Making a decision of general scope which is published in the Federal Gazette. The period of validity of this decision is limited generally to a year.
In addition to the labelling requirements set out in art. 17 of the Ordinance of 7 December 1998 on the propagating material, the label and the documents accompanying the treated seeds must carry the following information: a. the name of the plant protection product with which seeds have been addressed; b. the name of active substances contained in the plant protection product; c types for the safety advice phrases set out in annex IV. , part 2, of Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n; ETD. If necessary, mitigation of the risks set out in the authorization of the plant protection product.

RS 916.151 see note on art. 3, al. 1, let. d. new content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 34 comparative assessment of plant protection products containing substances which substitution assessment services carry out a comparative assessment during the review, in accordance with art. 8, of an active substance approved as a substance which substitution or during the review in accordance with art. 29, al. 4, of a plant protection product containing such a substance. The probate service removes or limits the authorization of a product plant in a culture given, when it appears from the comparative assessment involving balance the risks and benefits, as described in annex 4: a. that there is already, for the uses specified in the application an authorised plant protection product or non-chemical method of prevention or control which is significantly safer for human or animal health or the environment; b. that the substitution by plant protection products or non-chemical methods of prevention or referred to in the Let's fight. has does not have economic disadvantages or major and practices present comparable on the target organism effects; c. that the diversity of chemical active substances, if any, or the methods and management practices of cultures and prevention of the pests are likely to reduce as much as possible the development of resistance in the body target; ETD. the consequences on authorisations for minor uses are taken into account.

Assessment services carry out a comparative assessment for new authorisation application for a plant protection product containing an active substance which has already been a comparative assessment in accordance with para. 1. the assessment is not conducted for the indications that have been the subject of such an assessment in this context.
The comparative assessment referred to in paras. 1 and 2 is not fulfilled in the following cases: a. minor uses; b. uses with an insufficient number of active substances to allow an effective anti-resistance strategy.

When the probate service decides to withdraw or modify authorisation according to para. 3, the withdrawal or amendment in question shall take effect three years after the decision, or at the end of the approval period of the substance substitution, when that period ends earlier.
Unless otherwise stated, all of the provisions relating to the authorizations contained in this order are applicable.
The Davis can adapt the procedure to the comparative assessment of a plant protection product attached to annex 4 in order to take into account the evolution of this procedure at the international level.

New content according to section I of the October 28 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4551 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 28 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4551 RO).
New content according to section I of the October 28 O. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4551 RO).

Art. 35 minor use when the request carries authorization on a minor use, probate service may waive verify compliance with the conditions set out in art. 17, al. 1, let. b g, et al. 2 and 3, and authorize the plant protection product: a. If it is allowed, for minor uses considered in a member country of the EU in which the agricultural, climatic and environmental conditions are comparable. forgotten the source. If there is already, in Switzerland, a permit for similar uses.

The request must indicate the conditions in which there are minor use and only contain the indications referred to in art. 21, al. 2, let. a to d. In the cases referred to in para. 1, let. a, it must also establish that the plant protection product is permitted in a member country of the EU to review minor use.
The probate service may refuse to grant permission if general knowledge suggest that the conditions required by art. 17 are not met.
This section does not apply to genetically modified organisms.

Section 5 certification of the fact of registration on a list of pesticides approved by a foreign country that correspond to plant protection products authorized in Switzerland art. 36 list of pesticides homologation service lists counterparts abroad pesticides which are plant protection products authorised in Switzerland. Plant protection products on this list are considered to be approved.
A plant protection product approved abroad is registered on the list: a. when presenting decisive similar properties to a plant protection product authorised in Switzerland, including the same content in active substances and the same type of preparation; b. when it was licensed from abroad on the basis of equivalent requirements to the Swiss conditions and agronomic and environmental conditions for its use are comparable to those prevailing in Switzerland; c. when it consists not of pathogenic organisms or genetically modified nor contains any such agencies; (d) when the holder of the authorisation of the plant protection product authorised in Switzerland (reference product) could not establish in a plausible way that this product is patented and, if this is the case, that the registered product abroad was put into circulation without the consent of the owner of the patent within the meaning of art. 27B LAgr; summer. When the holder of the authorisation of the plant protection product authorised in Switzerland, for which a report is protected within the meaning of art. 46, could not establish plausibly that the registered product abroad was put into circulation without the consent of the representative or the supplier abroad of the holder of the authorization.

The nominations in the list are filed with the probate service. They are accompanied by the information referred to in section 3 of the security referred to in art data sheet. 20 of the order of 5 June 2015 on chemicals (chemo). If necessary the approval service may request additional information.

SR 813.11 new content according to chapter I of O of 20 may 2015, in force since July 1. 2015 (2015 1781 RO).


Art. 37 procedure the service for approval examines if the conditions are met. It relies on the data on the list of plant protection products in the country of origin. It takes into consideration the further information when they are available.
It sets a deadline of 60 days to establish the holder of the authorisation of the reference product plausibly: a. the existence of a patent protecting the reference product; (b) if that is the case, abroad the approved plant protection product is put into circulation abroad without the consent of the owner of the patent within the meaning of art. 27B LAgr; etc. when a report for this product is protected within the meaning of art. 46, that the registered product abroad is put into circulation without the consent of the representative or the supplier abroad of the holder of the authorization.

The probate service registered the plant protection product on the list by decision of general scope.
The decision is published in the Federal Gazette; It includes: a. the country of origin of the plant protection product; (b) the trade name under which the plant protection product can be put into circulation; c. the name of the holder of the foreign authorization; d. the requirements for storage and disposal; e. the designation of all the active substances contained in the product as well as their content, expressed in units metric; f. the type of preparation; g. the federal approval of the plant protection product number; h. the case appropriate the approval number allocated in the country of origin.

Details of the possibilities of use of the plant protection product and the charges related to this use are those of reference plant protection product authorised in Switzerland. They are set in the directions for use issued by the service for approval and published in accordance with art. 45. they are changed automatically in case of modification of the possibilities of use or charges associated with the use of the reference product.

Art. 38 delisting the probate service directs the radiation of a plant protection product from the list: a. when it is most approved in the country of origin; forgotten the source. When there is more no plant protection product having similar decisive properties allowed in Switzerland.

The probate service may strike a pesticide when the requirements set out in art. 36 are more satisfied.
When the reasons for cancellation are not related to a potential dangerous effect judged unacceptable, it may grant a period for the circulation of existing stocks which does not exceed 12 months.

Art. 39 obligation to report anyone who matter a plant protection product in the list referred to in art. 36 must communicate it to the competent authority within a period of three months after the first release.
The content and the form of the communication are attached to the art. 49 to 51 chemo.
The obligation referred to in para. 1 does not concern products imported by end users.

SR 813.11 new content according to chapter I of O of 20 may 2015, in force since July 1. 2015 (2015 1781 RO).

Section 6 registration in case of emergency art. 40. the probate service can certify plant protection products for a limited and controlled use, in derogation from sections 2 to 4, where such a measure appears necessary because of a phytosanitary danger which cannot be contained by other means.
It can register a phytosanitary product when it considers that the conditions laid down in art. 17, al. 1, let. e and i, are met, as well as the conditions laid down in art. 17, al. 7, let. b, whether organizations; at the time of the evaluation, it takes into account generally known facts and data.
Plant protection products consisting of organisms genetically modified or containing such agencies may not be approved according to the procedure referred to in para. 1. the probate service makes a decision of general application that is published in the Federal Gazette.
The approval is granted for a period of one year at the most. It may be renewed.
The probate service informed the cantonal enforcement authority of approvals it has granted to control emergency situations.

Section 6aHomologation for plant protection products containing exclusively substances of approved base art. 40 put into circulation a plant protection products which contain only basic substances listed in Schedule 1, part D, and who meet the conditions and restrictions fixed may be put into circulation without permission.
The release of plant protection products containing exclusively basic substances is governed by sections 2 to 6.

Art. 40b duty to report anyone who manufactures or imports a plant protection product containing exclusively approved basic substances must communicate it to the service for approval prior to the first release. The communication must contain the following: a. the commercial name; b. the name and address of the manufacturer or importer; (c) the designation and quantity precise of all basic substances approved; (d) where appropriate, the indications referred to in art. 55a, let. f. new content according to section 4 of the annex to the O from 7 nov. 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 6103 RO).

Section 7 research and development art. 41 experiments and tests for purposes of research or development experiments or tests for research or development purposes involving the emission in the environment of a plant protection product not approved or involving the unauthorized use of a plant protection product can take place only if the certification service has assessed the available data and issued a permit to conduct testing. The permit may limit the quantities to be used and the areas to be treated, and impose additional conditions aimed at preventing the possible effects on human or animal health or any negative unacceptable effect on the environment, including the need to ensure that feed and food containing residues enter the food chain unless a maximum value has already been set in OSEC.
A request is made to the Department for approval. It is accompanied by a dossier containing all the available information to assess the potential effects on human or animal health or the possible impact on the environment.
The al. 2 is not applicable if the probate service acknowledged to the person concerned the right to undertake certain experiments and tests and has determined the conditions under which these experiences and tests must be performed.
In trials with genetically modified organisms or pathogenic organisms subject to the authorisation scheme according to the ODE, the authorisation procedure is governed by the ODE.
If it is planned to conduct tests for which the macroorganisms are used, and for which the authorisation procedure is not governed by the al. 4, the probate service consults the FOEN before making any decision.

RS 817.021.23 RS 814.911 art. 42 obligation to register for research or development purposes, anyone who uses an unauthorized plant protection product must register: a. the identity and the origin of the plant protection product; b. indications on labelling; c. the quantities supplied; (d) the name and address of the person who received the plant protection product; (e) all available information on the possible effects on humans the animal and the environment; f. information on the type, the location and the time of use.

On request, the recorded information must be made available to the Department for approval.

Section 8 Permission to sell art. 43. an authorized plant protection product for which a sale permission was granted may be put into circulation under the name of holder of permission to sale and under one business name other than that of the authorized product. Permission to sale is valid only for the applications mentioned in the authorization.
Sale permission is granted if the holder of the authorisation has agreed. It has a federal registration number.
She becomes without object therefore that shuts down the authorization or the authorization holder withdraws his agreement. The holder of the authorization advises the Department for approval when he withdraws his agreement.
Sale permission requests are addressed to the probate service. The application must be accompanied by the written agreement of the holder of the authorization.

Section 9 information art. 44 obligation of the holder of an authorization


The holder of an authorisation for a plant protection product shall immediately communicate to the service for approval any new information concerning that plant protection product, the active substance, its metabolites, a Protectant, a Synergist or a responsibility content in this product and meaning that the plant protection product no longer meets the criteria set out in art. 4 and and the conditions set out in art. 17. He noted, in particular, the potentially harmful effects of that plant protection product, or of residues of an active substance, its metabolites, a Protectant, a Synergist or a responsibility content in this product, the health, human or animal health or on groundwater, or their potentially unacceptable on plants or plant products or the environment effects. To this end, the authorisation holder shall record and report all adverse reactions, in humans, in animals and in the environment, suspected to be linked to the use of the plant protection product. The obligation to notify includes the communication of relevant information on decisions or assessments to international organizations or public bodies which authorize plant protection products or active substances in third countries.
The notification includes an assessment establishing whether, and if so, what the new information means that the plant protection product or substance active, its metabolites, a Protectant, a Synergist or a responsibility no longer meets the criteria set out in art. 4 or the conditions set out in art. 17. the holder of an authorization also advises the Department for approval of any changes regarding the origin or the composition of an active substance, a Protectant, a Synergist or a plant protection product.
The holder of an authorisation for a plant protection product shall communicate each year to the probate service information available on a lack of effectiveness in view of the expected results, the emergence of resistance and to any unexpected effect on plants, plant products or the environment.
He announces to the service for approval any change involving a modification of the classification and labelling of the plant protection product.

New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 45 public information for plant protection products authorized or withdrawn in accordance with this order, as well as for products for which sales permission was granted, the certification service provides electronic access of the public to information containing at least the following: a. the name or business name of the holder of the authorization and the approval number; (b) the trade name of the product; (c) the type of preparation; d. name and quantity of each active substance, Synergist, or Protectant product contains; e. the relevant warning according to the classification referred to in annex I, parts 2 to 5, annex III hazard statements and pictograms of danger referred to in annex V of Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n; f. the use or uses for which the product is authorised; g. list of minor uses referred to in art. 35; h. requirements for use according to art. 18, al. 3 and 6.

The information referred to in para. 1 must be easily accessible and updated at least every three months. They may contain confidential information.
The probate service can publish a fact sheet mentioning the possible applications as well as their special properties for these pesticides. This fact sheet does not contain confidential data.
In collaboration with the Federal agricultural research stations, the probate service informs the competent cantonal authorities as well as the agricultural circles on the latest approvals, as well as the characteristics and possible applications of plant protection products.
It publishes the list of plant protection products containing exclusively approved basic substances. It contains the information referred to in art. 40. new content according to section 4 of the annex to the O from 7 nov. 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 6103 RO).
CF. note on art. 3, al. 1, let. d. introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Chapter 4 reports related to previous and duration of protection of reports requests art. 46 protection of reports of trials and studies benefit from protection of reports as provided in this section.
The protection applies to test and reports of studies on the active substance, the Protectant or the Synergist, adjuvant and the plant protection product, referred to in art. 7, al. 2, when they are submitted by a person seeking an authorization (the first applicant), provided that it is established that such test and study reports were: a. required approval or the modification of an existing authorisation, to allow the use of the product on another culture; ETB. recognized in accordance with the principles of good laboratory practice or good experimental practice.

Where a report is protected, the probate service cannot use it in the interest other applicants for authorisations of plant protection products, safeners and synergists and adjuvants, except in the cases provided for in para. 7 or art. 50. the protection of reporting period is ten years from the date of first authorisation of a plant protection product for the evaluation of which this data has been used, except in the cases provided for in para. 7 or art. 50. this period is extended to 13 years for low-risk plant protection products.
This period is extended to three months for each extension of the authorization to use minor, such as defined in art. 3, al. 1, let. x, except when the extension of the authorization is based on an extrapolation, if applications for such permits are introduced by the holder of the authorisation at the latest five years after the date of the first authorization. The total period of protection of reports cannot in no case exceed 13 years. For low-risk plant protection products, the total period of protection of reports cannot exceed 15 years.
The al. 1 does not apply: a. to test and study reports for which the applicant has submitted a letter of access; nib. When a protection period of the reports given to the test and study reports concerned in relation to another plant protection product has expired.

The protection of the reports referred to in paras. 1 to 6 is granted only when the first applicant claimed for reports of trials and studies for the active sub-stance, the Protectant or the Synergist, adjuvant and the plant protection product at the time of the submission of the dossier and has provided, for each test or study, report the information referred to in art. 7, al. 1, let. f, and art. 21, al. 3, let. d, as well as confirmation that a period of protection of reports has never been granted for the test or study report or that a period which would have been granted has not expired.

Art. 47 protection in case of renewal or review reports the reports of tests and studies are protected for thirty months if they are necessary for the renewal or review of an authorization, except in the cases provided for in art 46, al. 6, or in art. 50. where the holder of an authorization is not able to provide reports of trials and studies necessary for the renewal or review of an authorization and that these data were provided by a third party, the authorization cannot be extended to new uses for a period of 30 months.
The probate service can use the reports referred to in para. 1 to adjust the terms of use of a product for which the reports of tests and studies have not been provided.

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Art. 48 reports list of tests and studies for each active substance, Protectant or Synergist, the probate service establishes a list of reports of trials and studies necessary for first approval, to the modification of the conditions for approval or renewal of the approval.
For each plant protection product authorized, the probate service shall maintain and make available to any interested party on request: a. a list of reports of tests and studies on the active substance, the Protectant, or the Synergist, adjuvant and the plant protection product, submitted for the first authorization, the modification of the conditions for authorisation, or the renewal of the authorisation; ETB. a list of reports of tests and studies for which the applicant has requested protection under art. 46. the lists provided for in paras. 1 and 2 indicate if these reports of trials and studies have been recognized in accordance with the principles of good laboratory practice or good experimental practice.
Probate service may require applicants to provide form a computer defined the list of tests and studies reports filed during the request.


Art. 49 request tests on vertebrate animals before performing tests on vertebrate animals for the filing of an application for authorization, the applicant request, in writing, to the probate service if relating to the active substance or the preparation concerned test results are already available.
When filing its request, the applicant must prove that it intends to ask himself.

Art. 50 using data from earlier on vertebrate animals tests if the probate service has already, through previous tests on vertebrate animals, of sufficient knowledge on an active substance or a preparation, it tells the applicant to what extent he can refrain from conducting new tests for the granting of a permit.
When such knowledge is based on data from tests on vertebrate animals by the author of the first application or, possibly, by the authors of subsequent applications and that the term of protection of these data is not yet expired (art. 46), probate service does the following: a. communicate to the authors of the earlier applications which it intends to use the data for the new applicant : 1. the data that he intends to use, 2. the address of the author of the new application.

b. shall inform the author of the new request the addresses of the authors of the earlier applications.

The authors of the earlier applications may oppose the immediate use of their data within a period of 30 days, and ask for an adjournment.
If it is not presented a request for an adjournment, the probate service orders the use of data by decision.
If a request for adjournment is made, the probate service stop by decision: a. data the authors of earlier applications there rather than use; b. a period of adjournment, corresponding to the time which the author of the new application would need to produce the data itself.

At the request of the author of the new request, the certification service establishes a summary of data from tests on vertebrate animals that are necessary for the establishment of the plug safety data; the provisions on the confidentiality laid down in art. 52 are reserved.

Art. 51 right of authors of previous claims to compensation for data from tests on vertebrate animals the authors of earlier applications may require the author of the new request, fair compensation for the use of the protected data obtained as a result of tests on vertebrate animals.
If the plaintiffs fail to agree on the amount of compensation within a period of six months, the probate service sets the amount by decision at the request of one or the other applicants. In doing so, it includes account: a. expenses related to obtaining test results; (b) the term of protection remaining for the data concerned; (c) the number of applications filed in the meantime.

The authors of the earlier applications may require certification service that it prohibits the entry into circulation of the plant protection product as long as the new applicant has not paid them the required compensation.

Chapter 5 business Secret and secret of making art. 52. a person requesting that information submitted pursuant to this order be treated confidentially is required to provide verifiable evidence that the disclosure of such information could undermine his commercial interests or the protection of privacy and integrity.
Is in principle considered to be prejudicial to the protection of the commercial interests or privacy and the integrity of the persons concerned disclosure of the following information: a. the manufacturing method; (b) the specification of impurity of the active substance except for the impurities that are considered to be toxicologically important, ecotoxicological or environmental; c. results of the batches of the active substance including impurities; (d) the methods of analysis of impurities in the active substance manufactured, unless analytical methods of the impurities considered to be toxicologically important, ecotoxicological and environmental; e. the links existing between a producer or an importer and the applicant or the authorisation holder; f. information on the complete composition of a plant protection product; (g) the name and address of the people who practice tests on vertebrates; h. the content of reports, studies and tests.

The following information cease to be confidential as the plant protection product has been approved: a. the name and address of the authorisation holder; b. the name of the active substance; c. the share of active substances present in the preparation; (d) the names of other substances which are regarded as dangerous according to art. 3 chemo and which contribute to the classification of the plant protection product; (e) the trade name of the plant protection product; f. physicochemical data contained in the relative preparedness safety data sheet; g. the summary of the results of the tests required according to annex 5 or 6 which are designed to establish the efficacy of the plant protection product, the effects on the human being animals and the environment and, if necessary, the properties for the development of resistance; h. methods of analysis referred to in annex 5, point 4 or annex 6, ch. 5; i. the means to make the active substance and the harmless preparation; j. methods and precautions to reduce the risks during the use of the plant protection product , and in case of fire or other danger; k. measures to be taken and the procedures to follow in case of spill or accidental leakage of product; l. details of first aid and medical treatment to be applied in case of injury; Mr. methods of disposal of the product and its packaging; n. the information contained in the safety data sheet.

New content according to chapter I of O of 20 may 2015, in force since July 1. 2015 (2015 1781 RO).
SR 813.11 Chapter 6 Classification, packaging, labelling sheets data security and advertising art. 53Classification plant protection products which consist of dangerous substances or preparations, or that contain dangerous active substances are to be classified in accordance with art. 18, al. 4. active substances which are hazardous substances and which are used in plant protection products must be classified according to the prescriptions of art. 6, al. 1, chemo, which shall apply by analogy.
The holder of the authorization within the meaning of this order is similar to the manufacturer within the meaning of the chemo.

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Art. 54 packaging and presentation plant protection products and adjuvants likely to be mistaken for food, drink or pet food must be packed so as to reduce as much as possible the probability of such misunderstandings.
Plant protection products and adjuvants available to the public and likely to be mistaken for food, drink or feed shall contain components to discourage or prevent their consumption.
Plant protection products must be packaged according to the prescriptions of art. 8 chemo, which shall apply by analogy; plant protection products within the meaning of this order are similar to dangerous substances and preparations within the meaning of the chemo.
Products intended for non-professional users must be formulated and packaged so as to facilitate the dosage when using.
Plant protection products approved in accordance with art. 36 and put into circulation in Switzerland should be sold in their original packaging foreign.

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Art. 55 labelling it is forbidden to give false, misleading or incomplete information about a plant protection product or to ignore the facts that could mislead buyers about the nature and the composition or the possibilities of use of a plant protection product.
Plant protection products must be labelled according to the prescriptions of art. 10, al. 1, 2, 4, 5 and 6, chemo, which shall apply by analogy, and annexes 7 and 8 of this order; the holder of the authorization within the meaning of this order is similar to the manufacturer within the meaning of the chemo. If the chemo and annexes 7 and 8 provide for different labelling, the prescriptions of the annexes 7 and 8 shall prevail.
All packaging of plant protection product must be in a legible and indelible manner the information specified in annex 11.

Labelling requirements defined in the order of 25 August 1999 on the protection of workers against the risks associated with the microorganisms must be respected.
Plant protection products which are approved according to art. 36 must be labelled in accordance with the relevant foreign provisions. The label must also carry the following information: a. the uses of the plant protection product identified in the decision referred to in art. 37 and the provisions governing the storage and disposal; b. federal approval number assigned; c. the content volatile organic compounds (VOC content); (d) the name and address of the importer.

On labelling referred to in para. 4, it is possible to use records of employment issued by the probate service.
Imported plant protection products may derogate from the labelling requirements before their first release to third parties in Switzerland.
The Davis can adapt annexes 7, 8 and 11, taking into account international requirements, including those of the EU.

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Art. 55aEtiquetage of plant protection products containing exclusively the approved ingredients labels plant protection products which contain exclusively substances of base approved and which are put into circulation must be legible and indelible manner the following labeled in a language used in the area of sales: a. business name; (b) the indication "Plant protection product consisting of basic substances (approved without evidence of effectiveness or phytotoxicity to plants)"; c. the name and address of the manufacturer or the importer; d. the name says all used basic substances referred to in annex 1, part D; (e) the net quantity of product plant, expressed as follows: 1 gram or kilogram for solid preparations, 2 gram, kilogram, millilitre or per litre for gas, 3 milliliter and liter for liquid preparations

(f) where appropriate, the indications in accordance with the provisions of art. 10 chemo on the labelling of dangerous preparations; g. the application domain h. operating instructions; i. where appropriate, the terms of use and restrictions referred to in annex 1, part D; j the expiry date, if the product keeps less than two years.

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SR 813.11 art. 56 location of indications the indications referred to in art. 55, al. 3, must be displayed on the label of the plant protection product.
The details referred to annex 11, ch. 13, 14, 15 and 17, may appear on a notice attached to the packaging.

New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 57 language used for labelling labelling must be made in both official languages at least, one of these two languages to be the one in use in the region of sale.
The labelling of plant protection products which have been approved pursuant to art. 36 must be in at least one official language in use in the sales department.

Art. 58 statement of phytosanitary products constituting or containing GMOs plant protection products which are genetically modified organisms or containing such organisms must be on the label the words "produced from genetically modified X".
In agreement with participating in the probate process assessment services, probate service may exceptionally grant a waiver to the requirement to report when the plant protection product contains, regardless of the will of the manufacturer or the importer, traces of GMOs authorized, at a rate of less than 0.1% mass.

Art. 59 safety data sheet safety data sheets should be established and provided for the plant protection products in accordance with the art. 19 to 22 chemo; It is not necessary to join the exposure scenarios referred to in art. 20, al. 2, chemo to safety data sheets. The holder of the authorization within the meaning of this order is similar to the manufacturer within the meaning of the chemo.
Safety data sheets can be supplied in electronic form. On request, they should be released on paper.
Safety data sheets must be kept in accordance with art. 23 chemo.

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Art. 60 advertising unlicensed plant protection products are not being advertising. Any advertisement for a plant protection product must be accompanied by the sentences 'use plant protection products with caution. Before use, read the label and product information. These phrases are easily readable and must clearly distinguish themselves from all of the advertising. The words 'plant protection products' may be replaced by a more precise description of the product type, such as fungicide, insecticide or herbicide.
Advertising may not include potentially misleading information, texts or illustrations, on the potential risks to human or animal health or the environment, such as the terms ' low risk', 'non-toxic' or 'safe '.
All advertising claims must be justified technically.
The ads do not contain any Visual representation of potentially dangerous practices such as mixing or application without sufficient protective clothing, use near food, or use by children or near.
Advertising or promotional material draws attention to phrases and symbols of caution appropriate on labelling.

Chapter 7 special provisions concerning the use and delivery of phytosanitary products art. 61 duty of care anyone using plant protection products or their waste must ensure that they do not have side effects unacceptable for human beings, animals and the environment.
Plant protection products should be used appropriately. They can be used for the purposes for which they have been approved. This use includes the application of the principles of good plant protection practice and compliance with the requirements laid down in art. 18 and mentioned on the label. Anyone use a plant protection product containing exclusively basic substances approved must, moreover, comply with the conditions and restrictions referred to in annex 1, part D.
For the application, only can be used in equipment that allow a use targeted and consistent with good practice of plant protection products.

New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Art. 62 record-keeping producers, suppliers, distributors, importers and exporters of plant protection products keep records of the plant protection products they produce, import, export, store, use or place on the market for five years at least. Professional users of plant protection products take records of the plant protection products they use, containing the name of the plant protection product, the time of use, the dose used, the surface and culture where the plant protection product has been used for at least three years. On request, they communicate the information contained in these records to the competent authority.
The authorisation holders and the people who import the products appearing in the list referred to in art. 36 for resale communicate annually to the probate service all necessary data for the volume of sales of plant protection products.
The data referred to in para. 2 must be comparable to those required in the context of international systems of information especially to those of the EU (Eurostat).

Art. 63Conservation plant protection products must be kept in accordance with the art. 57 and 62 chemo.

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SR 813.11 art. 64Remise the art. 58, 63 to 66 and 68 chemo apply by analogy to the delivery of plant protection products.
In addition, art. 59 chemo applies by analogy to companies that put in circulation plant protection products.

Plant protection products whose labelling mentions one of the items listed in annex 5, no. 1.2, let. a or b, or no. 2.2, let. a or b, chemo may not be handed over to private users.

New content according to chapter I of O of 20 may 2015, in force since July 1. 2015 (2015 1781 RO).
SR 813.11 SR 813.11 art. 65Vol, loss and put into circulation by mistake the art. 67 chemo applies to theft, loss or placed on the market by mistake of phytosanitary products.

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SR 813.11 art. 66 General requirements to use the FOAG may issue general regulations of use as the formulas for calculating usable quantities, distances to respect or the use of some devices.

Art. 67 use ban if the potential dangerous effect of a plant protection product is deemed unacceptable by the certification service or an appraisal service and that approval is withdrawn, the probate service may prohibit the use of the plant protection product. He published the ban in the Federal Gazette in the form of a general ruling.

Art. 68. restrictions on use plant protection products should not be used in zones S2 and Sh of groundwater protection, if the product itself or its metabolites with biological effect are likely to lead in drinking water because of their mobility and their poor degradability catchments.
Fixed service for approval one charge is relative when the review of the record shows that should be expected, in groundwater, the maximum concentration set for water in annex, point 4, Osec can be achieved.
The FOAG publishes and maintains a list of pesticides that it is forbidden to use in S2 and Sh of groundwater protection areas.
The use of plant protection products whose labelling mentions one of the elements listed in annex 5, ch. 1.1 or 1.2 c., let's. a or b, or c. 2.1 or 2.2 No. let. a or b, chemo is prohibited in areas urbanized on surfaces such as parks, gardens, sports and recreation grounds, courses recreation and playgrounds as well as in the immediate vicinity of health infrastructure. The use of pesticides on agricultural production areas within urban areas is not subject to the ban.
Derogations from the provisions of para. 4 may be granted by the competent cantonal authorities if there is no other means of struggle. In this case, adequate measures are taken to ensure the protection of users of the affected areas.
Appendix 2.5, of the Ordinance of 18 May 2005 on the reduction of the risks related to chemical products (ORRChem) is applicable to other prohibitions and restrictions on the use of plant protection products.
Annex 2.5 ORRChem applies by analogy to the pesticides that are not non-genetically-modified organisms or do not contain genetically modified organisms.

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SR 814.81 art. 69 use of phytosanitary products in case of withdrawal of approval plant protection products whose authorization has been withdrawn can be used for one year at the most after expiry of the time limit under art. 31. plant protection products which have been de-listed from the list referred to in art. 36 can be used for one year at the most after expiry of the time limit under art. 38. art. 67 is reserved.

Art. 70 obligation to take back anyone who puts into circulation of plant protection products is required to return to the plant protection product that he had yielded to a user, if the latter no longer wishes to make use, and eliminate it in the rules.
Plant protection products sold in the retail trade should be taken back free of charge.

Chapter 8: enforcement Section 1 Confederation art. 71 service for approval and Steering Committee the FOAG is the service for the approval of plant protection products.
A Steering Committee is established for the approval service. It includes the following federal offices directors: a. federal Office of food safety and Veterinary Affairs (FSVO); b. FOAG c. FOEN; d. SECO.

The Steering Committee has the following competencies and tasks: a. it defines the strategy of the probate service; b. it has oversight in the Organization and the calculation of the resources of the service for approval.

The Steering Committee takes its decisions by mutual agreement.

The name of the administrative unit has been adapted to 1 Jan. 2014 in application of art. 16 al. 3 o from 17 nov. 2004 (RO 2004 4937) official publications. This mod has been taken throughout the text.

Art. 72 assessment services assessment services are: a. the FOAG; b. the FSVO; c. the FOEN; d. SECO.

The FOAG ensures, in collaboration with its agricultural research stations and the federal Institute for research on the forest, snow and landscape (NPF), that the plant protection product: a. lends enough for the intended purpose and produces no side effects unacceptable on plants and crops when it is used in accordance with the regulations; b. has no secondary unacceptable effects on human and animal health or the environment when used according to the requirements.

The FSVO has the following tasks: a. ensure that a plant protection product, when used in accordance with the regulations, presents no risk to the health of human beings; b. ensure that a plant protection product, when used as prescribed, has no side effects unacceptable, with regard to possible residues in or on food; c. determine the labelling and classification of the plant protection product according to the requirements of the protection of health.

The FOEN determines the labelling and classification of the plant protection product according to the threat it presents to the environment.
Before listing in Schedule 1 an active substance in a plant protection product subject to authorization or when an active substance is reassessed, probate service provides to the FOEN, for an opinion, the relevant documents and the conclusions of its assessment. The collaboration of the FOEN is governed by arts. 62A and 62B of the Act of 21 March 1997 on the Organization of Government and administration.
If the plant protection product is genetically modified organisms or contains such organizations, the tasks of the FOEN are governed by the ODE.
SECO assesses plant protection products according to the requirements of health and safety of users when the products are used for professional or commercial purposes. To do this, it is based on the toxicological assessment of the plant protection product carried out by the FSVO and exposure data, using if possible to recognized models.
Assessment services take into account documents technical and other guidance documents adopted by the EU for the assessment of plant protection products.

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RS 172.010 RS 814.911 art. 73 Department of certification tasks and collaboration service for approval has the following tasks: a. coordinate the collaboration of assessment services; b. He requested the assessment and the opinion of the competent assessment services; c. judgment, after agreement with the assessment and services to the extent where their field of competence is concerned, on applications for authorisations of plant protection products.

Before entering a plant protection product on the list referred to in art. 36 or to certify a plant protection product to control an emergency under art. 40, the service of probate requires notice of assessment services whose area of competence is concerned.
It directs and coordinates the procedure for the approval of plant protection products consisting of genetically modified organisms or containing such organisms taking into account the ODE. If field tests must be made for the issue of the authorization, it does these tests if the ODE requirements are met.
It shall act on the amendment or withdrawal of an authorisation: a. on its own; (b) on the request of an appraisal service, as long as the reason for the request falls within its field of competence.

Participating in the probate process assessment services inform regularly and each other of the facts and knowledge in relation to the approval and use of plant protection products.
The probate service can organize, with the cantonal enforcement authorities, controls of putting into circulation or the use of phytosanitary products.

SR 814.911 art. 74 toxicological information Centre


Toxicological information center is the center of toxicological Information Switzerland (CSIT).

Art. 75 good practical experimental the FOAG fixed, after consultation with the Swiss accreditation service (SAS), the procedure to certify the compliance of the requirements on good experimental practice trials.
The FOAG, or service designated by the latter, certifies on request testing compliance. The fees charged to the applicant are set in the order of 10 March 2006 on the salaries of the Secretary of State for the economy in the area of accreditation.

SR 946.513.7 art. 76 experts certification service can call on experts for the execution of this order.

Art. 77 import and general import permit the importation of plant protection products to professional or commercial requires a general import permit (ERP). It is issued by the certification service.
The PGI is granted to the persons who made the request in writing and who have their domicile, their head office or a branch in Switzerland, or who are nationals of a State with which the Switzerland has concluded an agreement that the two countries waive these requirements.
It is time unlimited, personal and non-transferable. In severe cases, including in the event of misuse, it can be removed.
The person subject to the obligation to declare shall indicate the number of the ERP of the importer in the customs declaration.
The probate service informed the cantonal authorities of a PGI licensees who have their domicile or their seat in the territory of their canton.

Art. 78competences of Customs offices at the request of the probate service, customs offices check that plant protection products are consistent with the provisions on the importation of this order. For the rest, art. 83, al. 3, chemo is applicable.

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SR 813.11 art. 79 fees fees charged for administrative acts under this order and the method of calculation are governed by the Ordinance of 7 December 1998 on the fees by the federal Office of agriculture.

RS 910.11 Section 2 Cantons art. 80. the cantons are responsible to monitor the market of plant protection products and to ensure that the latter are used in accordance with the regulations. The FOAG performs these tasks in the alternative.
The cantons control including respect: a. decisions under art. 18 and 37; (b) the requirements for the packaging, labelling, safety data sheets and advertising (art. 54 to 60); c. prescriptions concerning the duty of care (art. 61), conservation (art. 63), delivery (art. 64), theft, loss and the release by mistake (art. 65), restrictions of use (art. 68) and the obligation to take back (art. 70).

They shall ensure that the prohibitions of use referred to in art. 67 are carried out.

New content according to chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).

Section 3 seizure and confiscation art. 81. If there are reasonable grounds to believe that a plant protection product in circulation or intended to be is not in line with the provisions of the LAgr, chema, of the EPA, of the LGG, of this order or the enforcement provisions of these acts, the competent authority may seize evidence, block or confiscate the goods or require that the importer her re-exports.
Anyone who has evidence of the al. 1 is required to produce them on demand.
The authority to label the items seized and placed them on a list. She provide a copy of this list to the owner of the object.
The authority who orders a measure covered by para. 1 should make the necessary arrangements for the maintenance of the objects. She can give to this effect of the instructions to the persons having rights on these objects.
The authority may confiscate the seized items and the plant protection products concerned or allow their export.

Section 4 data and documentation art. Data 82Transmission the art. 74-76 chemo apply by analogy to the transmission of data on plant protection products.

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SR 813.11 art. 83 documentation approval service establishes interdisciplinary documentation on plant protection products, which includes: a. all the documents filed in support of the application; (b) all documents produced by assessment services that are relevant to the assessment; c. the conclusions of evaluations, including the statement of permissions and other decisions d. all correspondence with the applicant; (e) records concerning the aspects and legal procedures.

Chapter 9 provisions finals Section 1 repeal and amendment of law art. 84 repeal of the law in force the order of 18 May 2005 on the release of plant protection products is repealed.

[RO 2005 3035 4097 4479 5211, 2006 4851, 2007 821 c III 1469. Schedule 4 ch. 54 1843 4541 6291, 2008 2155 4377 annex 5 ch. 11-5271, 2009 401 annex ch. 3-2845, 2010 2101]

Art. 85 changes to the law in force.

Mod. can be found at the RO 2010 2331.

Section 2 provisions transitional art. 86 transitional provisions relating to the entry into force of July 1, 2011 the conditions of entry of active substances in annex 1 according to the old law are applicable after the entry into force of this order: a. Requests for approval of active substances for which a decision has been adopted in accordance with art. 6, by. 3, of directive 91/414 EEC before June 14, 2011; b. to applications for approval, review or re-evaluation of substances deemed admissible pursuant to art. 16 of Regulation (EC) No 33/2008; c. Requests for approval, review or re-evaluation of substances deemed admissible pursuant to art. 6 of Regulation (EC) No 33/2008 before June 14, 2011.

Permits issued before the entry into force of this order remain valid. They shall cease no later than July 31, 2015, unless another date has been set in accordance with the provisions in force before the entry into force of this order.
Plant protection products which have been labelled and packaged according to the law in force prior to 1 August 2005 may be used until 31 July 2011.
The EAER may extend the periods referred to in para. 1 when an extension of these deadlines were decided in the EU.
The safeners and synergists already in circulation before the entry into force of this order must be advertised with the probate service in the twelve months following the entry into force of this order.
In derogation from art. 17, al. 1, let, a plant protection product containing a Synergist or a Protectant already in circulation before the entry into force of this order can be allowed pending the outcome of the review procedure referred to in art. 12. the provisions of art. 48, al. 1 and 2 do not apply to substances and plant protection products for which an application has been filed before the entry into force of this order.

Introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
Directive 91/414/EEC of the Council of 15 July. 1991 on the placing on the market of products plant protection, OJ L 230 of August 19, 1991, p. 1, amended last by directive 2009/160/EC of the Council of 17 dec. 2009, OJ L 338 of Dec. 19. 2009, p. 83.
R (EC) n 33/2008 of the Commission of Jan. 17. 2008 with application of directive 91/414/EEC of the Council on a common procedure and an accelerated procedure for the assessment of active substances provided for in the programme of work referred to in art. 8, by. 2, of the directive, but not registered in annex I, in the version of the OJ L 15 of Jan. 18. 2008, p. 5.
See notes to art. 86, al. 1, let. b. art. Transitional 86aDispositions the amendment of May 23, 2012.

Plant protection products which have been labelled and packaged according to the old law may: a. be put into circulation until May 31, 2018; b. be used until October 31, 2020.

Classification and labelling proposals must be filed until December 31, 2014, with the service for approval so that it can decide before the middle of the year 2017 to a new classification and new labelling according to the Regulation (EC) 1272/2008 n, which corresponds to the GHS. Certification service is unable to decide the new classification and the new labelling before the middle of the year 2017, may extend the periods referred to in the al appropriately. 1 for the product concerned.


Introduced by chapter I of O may 23, 2012, in effect since Dec. 1. 2012 (2012 3451 RO).
CF. note on art. 3, al. 1, let. (d) repealed by section 4 of the annex to the O from 7 nov. with effect from Dec. 1, 2012. 2012 (2012 6103 RO).

Art. Transitional 86bDisposition relating to the amendment of May 20, 2015


For plant protection products which, pursuant to art. 86, art. 1, have been labelled and packaged according to the old law, safety data sheets based on the old law can be submitted until May 31, 2018.

Introduced by chapter I of O of 20 may 2015, in force since July 1. 2015 (2015 1781 RO).

Art. Transitional 86cDispositions respecting the amendment of October 28, 2015 application for inclusion of an active substance in annex 1 may be filed in accordance with the requirements of the old law by December 31, 2016.
Application for the authorisation for putting into circulation of a plant protection product may be filed in accordance with the requirements of the old law by December 31, 2016.

Introduced by section I of O of the Oct. 28 EAER. 2015, in force since Jan. 1. 2016 (2015 4555 RO).

Section 3 entry into force art. 87. this order comes into force on July 1, 2011.

Annex 1 (art. 5, 10, 10, 10th, 17, 21, 23, 40 b, 55, 61, 72 and 86) approved Active Substances authorized for incorporation in plant protection products part A: Substances chemical common name, identification number name IUPAC No. case No. CIPAC exercised Action Type / specific Conditions (S) - cis-Verbenol [S-(1a,2a,5a)] - 4, 6 6-trimethylbicyclo [3.1.1]-hept-3-to-2-ol - 18881 04-4 - pheromone 1-decanol Decan-1-ol 112-30-1 831 phytoregulateur 12 OH dodecan-1-ol 112-53-8 - pheromone 14 OH can-1-ol 112-72-1 - pheromone 1-methylcyclopropene (1 - MCP)

1 - methylcyclopropene 3100-04-7 767 1-naphthyl phytoregulateur acid acetic 1-naphthylacetic acid 86-87-3 313 phytoregulateur 2-(1-naphthyl) 2-(1-naphthyl) acetamide 86-86-2 acetamide 282 phytoregulateur 2,4 - d (2, 4-dichlorophenoxy) acetic acid 94-75-7 1 herbicide 6-benzyladenine N-benzyladenine 1214-39-7 - phytoregulateur abamectin avermectin B1 71751-41-2 495 insecticide; acaricide Acequinocyl 3-dodecyl-1,4-dihydro-1,4-dioxo-2-naphthyl acetate 57960-19-7 760 acaricide Acetamiprid (E)-N1-[(6-chloro-3-pyridyl)methyl]-N2-cyano-N1-methylacetamidine 135410-20-7 649 insecticide Acibenzolar-S-methyl-S-methyl benzo [1,2,3] thiadiazol-7-carbothioate 135158-54-2 597 stimulator of natural defences acid acetic acid 64-19-7 acetic - acid herbicide benzoic product 65-85-0 622 benzoate disinfectant gibberellic acid A4 + A7 (3S,3aR,4S,4aR,7R,9aR,9bR,12S)-12-hydroxy-3-methyl-6-methylene-2-oxoperhydro-4a,7-methano-(3,9b-propanoazuleno/9b (, 3 propenoazuleno) [1, 2-b] furan-4-Journal acid 468-44-0/510-75-8 307 phytoregulateur sulfuric acid on Earth clay sulfuric acid 10043-01-3 - fungicide, bactericide fatty acids C7 to C20 insecticide, accaricide, herbicides, phytoregulateur (pelargonique acid) acid nonanoique 112-05-0 888 (fatty acids in C7 - C18) 67701-09-1 889 (caprylique acid) acid have 124-07-2 887 (caprique acid) 334-48-5 decanoic acid 886 (C7 to C20 fatty acids) 891 (oleic acid) acid cis-octadec-9-enoique 112-07-80 894 (and salts of sodium and potassium of these acids) acid octanoiques) sous_forme_de salts of Na and Fe) octanoic acid 124-07-2 - produces healing Aclonifene 2-chloro-6-nitro-3-phenoxyaniline 74070-46-5 498 herbicide Aldicarb 2-methyl-2-(methylthio) propionaldehyde O-methylcarbamoyloxime 116-06-3 215 nematicide. use limited to combating the nematode of the collar in the sugar beet alpha-Cypermethrin A racemate comprising (S) - a-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl (1R,3R)-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate and (R) - a-cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl (1S,3S)-3-(2,2-dichlorovinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate 67375-30-8 454 insecticide alpha-Pinen 2,6,6-Trimethylbicyclo[3.1.1]hept-2-en 2437-95-8 - pheromone Amidosulfuron 1-(4,6-dimethoxypyrimidin-2-yl)-3-mesyl(methyl)sulfamoylurea 120923-37-7 515 herbicide Aminopyralide 4-amino-3 ,6-dichloropyridine-2-carboxylic acid 150114-71-9 771 herbicide Amisulbrom 3-(3-Brom-6-fluor-2-methylindol-1-ylsulfonyl)- N,N-dimethyl-1H-1,2,4- triazol-1-sulfonamid 348635-87-0 789 fongicide Asulam methyl 4-aminophenylsulfonylcarbamate 3337-71-1 240 herbicide Azadirachtin A+B dimethyl (2aR,3S,4S,4aR,5S,7aS,8S,10R,10aS,10bR)-10-(acetyloxy)octahydro-3,5-dihydroxy-4-methyl-8-[[(2E)-2-methyl-1-oxo-2-butenyl]oxy]-4-[(1aR,2S,3aS,6aS,7S,7aS)-3a,6a,7,7a-tetrahydro-6a-hydroxy-7a-methyl-2,7-methanofuro[2,3-b]oxireno[e]oxepin-1a(2H)-yl]-1H ,7H-naphtho[1,8-BC:4,4A-c′]difuran-5,10A(8H)-dicarboxylate 627 11141-17-6 (for Azad. (A) insecticide Azoxystrobin methyl (E)-2-{2[6-(2-cyanophenoxy)pyrimidin-4-yloxy]phenyl}-3-methoxyacrylate 131860-33-8 571 fungicide Beflubutamid 113614-08-7 (rs)-n-benzyl-2-(a,a,a,4-tetrafluoro-m-tolyloxy)butyramide 662 herbicide Benalaxyl methyl N-phenylacetyl-N-2,6-xylyl-DL-alaninate 71626-11-4 416 fungicides Benalaxyl-M methyl N-(phenylacetyl)-N-(2,6-xylyl)-D-alaninate 98243-83-5 766 fungicide Benoxacor (±)-4-dichloroacetyl-3,4-dihydro-3-methyl-2H-1,4-benzoxamine 98730-04-2 - herbicide "safener" Bentazon 3-isopropyl - 1 H-2 , 1, 2 3-benzothiadiazin-4(3H)-one, 2-dioxide 25057-89-0 366 Benthiavalicarb herbicide [(S)-1-{[(1R)-1-(6-fluoro-1,3-benzothiazol-2-yl)ethyl]carbamoyl}-2-methylpropyl]carbamic acid variant: benthiavalicarb-isopropyl 413615-35-7 177406 - 68-7 744 fungicide 744.204 (1RS,3RS;1RS,3SR)-3-(2,2-Dichlorvinyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropancarboxylsäure(SR)-á-cyano-(4-fluor-3-phenoxy-phenyl)methylester beta-Cyfluthrin 68359-37-5 482 disinfectant potassium potassium hydrogencarbonate 298-14-6 baking seeds - fungicide Bifenazate isopropyl 3-(4-methoxybiphenyl-3-yl) carbazate 149877-41-8 736 acaricide Bifenox methyl 5--(2,4-dichlorophenoxy)-2-nitrobenzoate 42576-02-3 413 herbicide Bifenthrin 2-methylbiphenyl-3 - ylmethyl) (Z)-(1RS;3RS)-3-(2-chloro-3,3,3-trifluoroprop-1-enyl)-2,2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate 82657-04-3 415 insecticide, acaricide Bixafen N-(3',4'-dichloro-5-fluoro[1,1'-biphenyl]-2-yl)-3-(difluoromethyl)-1-methyl-1 H-pyrazole-4-carboxamide 581809-46-3 819 fungicide Boscalid 2-Chloro-N-(4'-chlorobiphenyl-2-yl)nicotinamide 188425-85-6 673 fungicide Bromadiolone 3-[3-(4-bromobiphenyl-4-yl)-3-hydroxy-1-phenylpropyl]-4-hydroxycoumarin 28772-56-7 371 rodenticide Bromoxynil 3, 5-dibromo-4-hydroxybenzonitrile variant: bromoxynil butyrate variant: bromoxynil octanoate variant: bromoxynil-potassium 1689-84-5 3861-41-4 1689-99-2-2961-68-4 87 87.403 87.407 87.019 herbicide Bromuconazole 1-[(2RS (,4RS:2RS,4SR)-4-bromo-2-(2,4-dichlorophényl) tetrahydrofurfuryl] - 1 H - 1, 2, 4 - triazole 116255-48-2 680 fungicides Bupirimate 5-butyl-2-ethylamino-6-methylpyrimidin-4-yl dimethylsulfamate 41483-43-6 261 fungicide Buprofezin (Z)-2-tert-butylimino-3-isopropyl-5-phenyl-1,3,5-thiadiazinan-4-one 953030-84-7 681 Captan N-(trichloromethylthio)cyclohex-4-ene-1,2-dicarboximide 133-06-2 40 insecticide fungicide Carbendazim methyl benzimidazol-2-ylcarbamate 10605-21-7 263 fungicide Carbetamide (R) - 1-(ethylcarbamoyl) ethyl carbanilate 16118-49-3 95 herbicide calcium Carbonate (chalk) calcium carbonate 471-34-1 - game Carboxin 5 repulsive, 6-dihydro-2-methyl-1 , 4 oxathi-ine-3-carboxanilide 5234-68-4 273 fungicide Carfentrazone-ethyl ethyl 2-chloro-3-(2-chloro-4-fluoro-5-[4-(difluoromethyl)-4,5,dihydro-3-methyl-5-oxo-1H 1,2,4,triazol-1-yl]phenyl)propanoate 128639-02-1 587.202 Chalcogran 2-Ethyl-1 herbicide, 6-dioxaspiro [4.4] nonan - pheromone Chlorantraniliprole 3-Bromo-N-[4-chloro-2-methyl-6-(methylcarbamoyl)phenyl]-1-(3-chloropyridin-2-yl)-1 H-pyrazole-5-carboxyamide 500008-45-7 794 insecticide 5-amino-4-chloro-2-phenylpyridazin-3(2H)-one Chloridazone 1698-60-8 111 herbicide Chlormequat (Chlormequat) phytoregulateur 2-chloroethyltrimethyl-ammonium-7003-89-6 143 (chlormequat chloride) 999-81-5 143.302 Chlorothalonil (TCPN) 1897-45-6 288 fungicide 3-(3-chloro-p-tolyl)-1,1-Chlorotoluron tetrachloroisophthalonitrile 2-chloroethyltrimethyl-ammonium chloride dimethylurea 15545-48-9 217 herbicide Propham (CPIC) Isopropyl 3-chlorocarbanilate 101-21-3 43 herbicide, phytoregulateur Chlorpyrifos O, O - diethyl O - 3, 5, 6-trichloro-2-pyridyl phosphorothioate 2921-88-2 221 insecticide Chlorpyrifos-methyl O, O - dimethyl O - 3, 5, 6-trichloro-2-pyridyl phosphorothioate 5598-13-0 486 insecticide, acaricide Clethodim (±)-2-[(E)-1-[(E)-3-chloroallyloxyimino]propyl]-5-[2-(ethylthio)propyl]-3-hydroxycyclohex-2-enone 99129-21-2 508 herbicide Clodinafop-propargyl (R)-2-[4-(5-chloro-3-fluoropyridin-2-yloxy)phenoxy]propionate prop-2-ynyl 105512-06-9 683.225 herbicide Clofentezine 3, 6-bis(2-chlorophenyl)-1, 2, 4, 5-tetrazine 74115-24-5 418 acaricide 2-(2-chlorobenzyl)-4,4-dimethyl-1 Clomazone 2 oxazolidin-3-one 81777-89-1 509 herbicide Clopyralid 3, 6-dichloropyridine-2-journal acid 1702-17-6 455 herbicide Cloquintocet - mexyl 1-methylhexyl acetate (5-chloroquinolin-8-yloxy) 99607-70-2 - herbicide "safener" Clothianidin (E)-1-(2-chloro-1,3-thiazol-5-ylmethyl)-3-methyl-2-nitroguanidine 210880-92-5 738 insecticide COS - OGA copolymer linear a-1, 4-D-galactopyranosyluroniques acid and acid galactopyranosyluroniques methylesterifies (9 to 20 residues) with copolymer linear 2-amino-2-deoxy-d-glucopyranose link a-1, 4 and 2-acetamido-2-deoxy-D - glucopyranose (5 to 10 residues) 979 fungicide copper


copper Variant (in the form of carbonate, alkaline): [i-[carbonato (2−) - Eo:eo′]] dihydroxydicopper Variant (in the form of hydroxide): copper (II) hydroxide (in the form of hydroxide chlorocalcique) Variant Variant (in the form of powders by Bordeaux): A mixture of calcium hydroxide and copper (II) sulfate Variant (in the form of naphthenate): copper naphthenate Variant (in the form of octanate): copper octanoate Variant (in the form of oxychloride): dicopper chloride trihydroxide Variant (in the form of sulphate) : copper (II) tetraoxosulfate (tetracuivre hexahydroxysulphate) Variant: cupric sulfate-tricupric hydroxide 12002-03-8 12069-69-1 20427-59-2-8011-63-0 1338-02-9 20543-04-8 1332-40-7-7758-98-7 1333-22-8 44 - 44.305 44.604 - 44.407 44.602 44.306 - fungicide fungicide fungicide, bactericide bactericide, fungicide fungicide fungicide fungicide fungicide fungicide, bactericide fungicide Cyazofamid 4-chloro-2-cyano-N,N-dimethyl-5-p-tolylimidazole-1-sulfonamide 120116-88-3 653 fungicide Cycloxydim (±)-2-[1-(ethoxyimino)butyl]-3-hydroxy-5-thian-3-ylcyclohex-2-enone 101205-02-1 510 herbicide Cyflufenamid (z)-n-[a-(cyclopropylmethoxyimino)-2,3-difluoro-6-(trifluoromethyl)benzyl]-2-phenylacetamide 180409-60-3 759 fungicide Cymoxanil 1-(2-cyano-2-methoxyiminoacetyl)-3-ethylurea 57966-95-7 419 fungicide Cypermethrin (RS)- a cyano-3-phenoxybenzyl (1RS, 3RS; 1RS, 3 SR) --(2,2-dichlorovinyl) 3-2, 2-dimethylcyclopropanecarboxylate 52315-07-8 332 insecticide Cypermethrin high-cis (RS) - a-yano-3-phenoxybenzyl (1RS) - cis, trans(>80 %:)

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