Illegal PPP for growers from September
11 August 2022 | 0
The use of eight Plant Protection Products (PPP) will become illegal next month.
The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s (DAFM) Pesticide Registration and Control Division (PRCD), informs the trade on Plant Protection Products (PPP) which have had their registrations revoked or expired, rendering their use illegal.
PPP for which registrations have expired or have been or will be revoked and the use of which will become illegal during September 2022.
|Barclay Chemicals Ltd||02915||31/03/2021||30/09/2022||Fluroxypyr|
|Dow AgroSciences Ltd||02793||31/03/2021||30/09/2022||Aminopyralid
|Headland Sulphur||Headland Agrochemicals Ltd||90731||30/03/2021||30/09/2022||Sulphur|
|Microthiol Special||UPL Europe Ltd||90548||31/03/2021||30/09/2022||Sulphur|
|Sindoxa||Sharda Cropchem Espana S.L.
|Steward||DuPont (UK) Ltd||02603||19/03/2022||19/09/2022||Indoxacarb|
For the full list of PPP that the use of which will, or already has, become illegal in 2022, click here.