On February 12, 2019, Health Canada updated the MRL Database with new residue limits on various pesticides.
Maximum residue levels were introduced for the following fungicides:
- Amisulbrom, limited when used on grapes, tomatoes and raisins food commodities;
- Isopyrazam, forbidden in various food categories, such as tomatoes, ground cherries and goji berries;
- Mandestrobin, limited in its use on eggs, fat of hogs, sheep meet, and more.
On February 18, 2019, new limits were added for the pesticides:
- Chlorothalonil, to be limited when used as a fungicide on edible-podded commodities, such as soybeans, runner beans and sugar snap peas;
- Acequinocyl, an acaricide in which new limits were applied for summer squash, dry tepari beans, and more;
- Clethodim, limited in its use as a herbicide on succulent shelled peas, shallot bulbs and edible-podded pigeon peas, etc.
All residues levels are applicable from the date of publication on the MRL Database.
Find all maximum residue limits for Canada here.