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Résultats des études relatives à la sécurité de nos substances

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Vous trouverez sur cette page des synthèses d’études relatives à la sécurité pour l'être humain et pour l’environnement pour un grand nombre de nos substances actives évaluées par l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA). Cette liste est mise à jour régulièrement.

 

Si vous souhaitez avoir accès à l’intégralité des rapports d’études relatifs à la sécurité de nos produits de protection des cultures qui ont été évalués par les autorités réglementaires, ou si vous souhaitez en savoir plus sur la sécurité des produits de protection des culture de notre offre mondial, nous vous invitons à remplir ce formulaire en acceptant les termes et conditions d’accès aux documents d’études relatifs aux substances actives utilisées pour protéger les cultures, aux produits de protection des cultures, aux semences et caractères génétiquement modifiés.

 

Veuillez prendre en compte que nous ne fournissons pas de documents d’études à ceux qui auraient des intérêts concurrents (y compris mais pas exclusivement les compagnies de produits phytosanitaires). Visitez notre page Foire aux questions pour obtenir plus de réponses, ou écrivez à l’adresse cropscience-transparency@bayer.com

 

Note : Tous les documents présentant les résultats de nos études de sécurité sont uniquement disponibles en anglais.
 

Conditions générales

Le téléchargement des synthèses d'étude est soumis à nos conditions d'accès aux documents d'étude relatifs à la protection des cultures et / ou semences et caractères génétiquement modifiés. Toute utilisation des documents d’étude ou de leur contenu à des fins réglementaires ou à toutes autres fins commerciales est interdite. La distribution, reproduction et/ou publication des documents peut requérir un consentement. 

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Fongicides

 

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La souche de Bacillus amyloliquefaciens QST 713, mieux connue sous le nom de marque Serenade®, est le principal agent biologique utilisé contre les organismes pathogènes de types champignons et bactéries. Basé sur une souche naturellement présente, Serenade® ne laisse pas de résidus et peut être appliqué jusqu’au moment de la récolte. Les agriculteurs utilisent donc la souche QST 713 dans le cadre de solutions sur mesure visant à réduire la charge chimique ou à gérer les résidus dans les fruits et légumes. En matière de gestion des maladies bactériennes, Serenade® est une alternative aux antibiotiques et remplace les bouillies à base de cuivre. Appliqué directement sur le sol, Serenade® active la croissance de la plante, augmentant ainsi le rendement des cultures et la qualité des récoltes. La gamme de produits Serenade® est enregistrée pour un large éventail de cultures et de maladies et est commercialisée dans plus de 50 pays dans le monde. (Remarque : souche de Bacillus amyloliquefaciens QST 713, anciennement connue sous le nom de souche de Bacillus subtilis QST 713.)

 

Active Substance: bacillus amyloliquefaciens strain QST 713

Summary documentation (2015) – Effects on non-target organisms - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (revision 2018) – Effects on non-target organisms - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (July 2015) – Fate and behaviour in the environment - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (September 2015) – Fate and behavior studies on the microbial pest control agent in the environment – bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (July 2015) – Summary and evaluation of environmental impact - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (September 2015) – Summary and evaluation of environmental impact - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (July 2015) – Metabolism and Residue studies - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (September 2015) – Metabolism and Residue studies - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (2015) – Toxicological and exposure data and information on the microbial pest control agent - bacillus amyloliquefaciens

Summary documentation (revision 2018) – Toxicological and exposure data and information on the microbial pest control agent- bacillus amyloliquefaciens

 
Formulation: Serenade ASO

Summary documentation (2015) – Effects of the microbial pest control product on non-target organisms – Serenade ASO

Summary documentation (2015) – Fate and behavior in the environment – Serenade ASO

Summary documentation (2015) – Rationale to waive residue studies on MPCP – Serenade ASO

Summary documentation (2015) – Summary and evaluation of environmental impact – Serenade ASO

Summary documentation (2015) – Toxicological studies and exposure data and information for the microbial pest control product – Serenade ASO

 

 

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Contans WG est un fongicide biologique à base de Coniothyrium minitans CON/M/91-08 , un champignon naturellement présent dans le sol. Ce produit exerce une action antagoniste spécifique contre les formes de conservation (sclérotes) des agents pathogènes (Sclerotinia spp). Pour des résultats optimaux et durables, Contans WG doit être intégré de manière stratégique à la rotation des cultures. Sur la laitue, par exemple, ce produit est l’un des meilleurs outils disponibles pour lutter contre S. sclerotiorum.

 

Active Substance: coniothyrium minitans

Summary documentation - effects on non-target organisms - coniothyrium minitans

Summary documentation - fate and behaviour in the environment studies - coniothyrium minitans

Summary documentation - summary and evaluation of environmental impact - coniothyrium minitans

Summary documentation - summary of the metabolism and residues studies - coniothyrium minitans

Summary documentation - toxicological studies and exposure data; information on the microbial pest control agent - coniothyrium minitans

 
Formulation: Contans WG (1 x 1012 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

Summary documentation - effects of the microbial pest control product on non-target organisms - Contans WG (1.0 x 10 12 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

Summary documentation - fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Contans WG (1.0 x 10 12 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

Summary documentation - rationale to waive residue studies on MPCP - Contans WG (1.0 x 10 12 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

Summary documentation - summary and evaluation of environmental impact - Contans WG (1.0 x 10 12 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

Summary documentation - toxicological studies and exposure data; information on the microbial pest control agent - contans WG (1.0 x 10 12 CFU coniothyrium minitans/kg)

 

 

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Le fenhexamide, un fongicide plus connu sous le nom de marque Teldor* de Bayer, est utilisé depuis près de vingt ans contre la pourriture grise (botrytis) sur un éventail de fruits et légumes, dont le raisin et les fruits à baies. Le fenhexamide est un allié essentiel des stratégies d’alternance dans le cadre des programmes de gestion des résistances aux maladies et déploie tout son potentiel lorsqu’il est utilisé en prévention. Il empêche le champignon de pénétrer le tissu végétal en inhibant la croissance du tube germinatif , ce qui garantit une protection efficace et longue durée.

 

Active Substance: fenhexamid

Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fenhexamid

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fenhexamid

Summary of the metabolism and residues studies - fenhexamid

Summary of the toxicological and toxicokinetic studies - fenhexamid

List of additional safety relevant documents for Fenhexamid

Formulation: fenhexamid WG 50 (500 g/kg)

Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fenhexamid WG 50 (500 g/kg)

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fenhexamid WG 50 (500 g/kg)

Summary of the metabolism and residues studies - fenhexamid WG 50 (500 g/kg)

Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data - fenhexamid WG 50 (500 g/kg)

 

 

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Le Fluopicolide, connu sous la marque Infinito® ou Profiler®, a un unique mode d’action axé sur le contrôle des oomycètes agressifs à travers le monde. Son mode principal d’application est un traitement foliaire sur pomme de terre, raisins et légumes. Des utilisations pour traitement des semences sont également homologuées. 

 

Avec sa forte activité anti-sporulante, le Fluopicolide est grandement efficace à dose relativement basses sur le Phytophthora et le Mildiou. De plus, le Fluopicolide est l’un des deux fongicides efficaces pour contrôler le mildiou de la pomme de terre et celui du houblon. 

 

Active substance: fluopicolide

Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed for fluopicolide

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment for fluopicolide - Part 1

Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for fluopicolide - Part 2

Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for fluopicolide - Part 1

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment for fluopicolide - Part 3

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment for fluopicolide - Part 2

Summary of the ecotoxicological studies for fluopicolide

Formulation: fluopicolide + propamocarb-HCl SC 687.5 (62.5+625 g/L) 

Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Fluopicolide + propamocarb-hydrochloride SC 687.5 (62.5+625 g/L)

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment - Fluopicolide + propamocarb-hydrochloride SC 687.5 (62.5+625 g/L)

Summary of the toxicological studies for fluopicolide + propamocarb-hydrochloride SC 687.5 (62.5+625 g/L)

Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed - Fluopicolide + propamocarb-hydrochloride SC 687.5 (62.5+625 g/L)

Formulation: fluopicolide + fluoxastrobin FS 350 (200+150 g/L) 

Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment - Fluopicolide + fluoxastrobin FS 350 (200+150 g/L)

Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Fluopicolide + fluoxastrobin FS 350 (200+150 g/L)

Summary of the toxicological studies for fluopicolide + fluoxastrobin FS 350 (200+150 g/L)

Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed fluopicolide + fluoxastrobin FS 350 (200+150 g/L)

 

     

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    Fluopyram est un fongicide et nématicide remarquable et polyvalent.  

     

    Ce fongicide SDHI multi-cultures, a une efficacité de premier ordre. Il est connu sous les noms de marque Luna® et Propulse®. Le portefeuille Luna® permet de réduire de manière significative les pertes en fruits et légumes, tandis que Propulse® permet d'augmenter le rendement de nombreuses cultures à large spectre.  

     

    Le nématicide Velum® (vendu sous la marque Verango®, notamment en Amérique latine) est une véritable innovation sur le marché mondial des nématodes appliqués au sol. Ce nématicide offre, grâce à son nouveau mode d'action (SDHI), une combinaison unique d'efficacité puissante, durable et fiable contre toutes espèces concernées de nématodes. 

     

    Les produits Bayer contenant du fluopyram sont homologués et vendus dans plus de 80 pays et utilisés sur plus de 80 cultures différentes. Ils contrôlent remarquablement les "maladies latentes" des fruits et légumes ainsi que les principales nématodes en champs, empêchant ainsi les maladies de se développer après récolte, permettant une meilleure conservation des produits et une durée de vie plus longue. 

     

    Grâce à son haut niveau d'efficacité, le fluopyram peut souvent remplacer les produits chimiques plus anciens, permettant ainsi de réduire la charge chimique par hectare, et d'obtenir un profil beaucoup plus sûr pour l'opérateur et l'environnement que les normes traditionnelles. 

     

    Active Substance: fluopyram 

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies for fluopyram – Part 2

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for fluopyram -Part 1

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for fluopyram -Part 2 update im July

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed for fluopyram

    1st amendment of summary of the ecotoxicological studies for fluopyram – Part 1

    1st amendment of summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment for fluopyram

    Formulation: fluopyram SC 500 (500 g/L) 

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment fluopyram SC 500 (500 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies for fluopyram SC 500 (500 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed – Fluopyram SC 500 (500 g/L)

    1st amendment of summary of the ecotoxicological studies for fluopyram SC 500 g/L

    Formulation: fluopyram + trifloxystrobin SC 500 (250+250 g/L) 

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment fluopyram + trifloxystrobin SC 500 (250+250 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies for fluopyram + trifloxystrobin SC 500 (250 + 250 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed fluopyram + trifloxystrobin SC 500 (250+250 g/L)

    1st amendment of summary of the ecotoxicological studies fluopyram + trifloxystrobin SC 500 (250 + 250 g/L)

    Formulation: bixafen + fluopyram + prothioconazole EC 260 (65+65+130 g/L) 

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment bixafen + fluopyram + prothioconazole EC 260 (65+65+130 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies for bixafen + fluopyram + prothioconazole EC 260 (65+65+130 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed – Bixafen + fluopyram + prothioconazole EC 260 (65+65+130 g/L)

    1st amendment of summary of the ecotoxicological studies bixafen + fluopyram + prothioconazole EC 260 (65+65+130 g/L)

     

     

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    Fluoxastrobin is a systemic strobilurin fungicide that provides broad-spectrum disease control and excellent plant health properties. The compound can be applied as foliar fungicide, primarily in combination with other Bayer proprietary fungicides, or as a seed treatment. Core target crops are cereals, corn, potatoes and vegetables. The major brand for foliar application is Fandango®, for seed treatment application Scenic®.

     

    Active Substance: fluoxastrobin

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fluoxastrobin

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fluoxastrobin

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - fluoxastrobin

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - fluoxastrobin

     

    Formulation: bixafen + fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 190 (40+50+100 g/L)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - bixafen + fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 190 (40+50+100 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - bixafen + fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 190 (40+50+100 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - bixafen + fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 190 (40+50+100 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - bixafen + fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 190 (40+50+100 g/L)

     
    Formulation: fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 200 (100 + 100 g/l) 

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 200 (100+100 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 200 (100+100 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 200 (100+100 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - Fluoxastrobin + prothioconazole EC 200 (100+100 g/L)

     

     

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    Fosetyl, known under the major brand Aliette, is a Plant Natural Defence enhancer: Fosetyl based solutions slow down significantly the invasion of the pathogen by reinforcing the defensive reactions of the plants, sealing-off the invading organism. With such a unique mode of action, it is highly unlikely to face resistance development. Thanks to its specific bioavailability properties new shoots, new growths of the plants are also protected. Fosetyl solutions are used worldwide, mostly in Grapes, but also Citrus, Pome fruits, Solanacees, Berries, and a number of other fruits and vegetables, for the protection they provide against major fungal and bacterial diseases. 

     

    Active Substance: fosetyl-aluminium

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fosetyl-aluminium

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fosetyl-aluminium

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - fosetyl-aluminium

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - fosetyl-aluminium

     

    Formulation: fosetyl-aluminium + fluopicolide WG 71.11 (666.7 + 44.4 g/kg)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fosetyl-aluminium + fluopicolide WG 71.11 (666.7 + 44.4 g/kg)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fosetyl-aluminium + fluopicolide WG 71.11 (666.7 + 44.4 g/kg) 

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - fosetyl-aluminium + fluopicolide WG 71.11 (666.7 + 44.4 g/kg) 

    Summary of the toxicological studies - fosetyl-aluminium + fluopicolide WG 71.11 (666.7 + 44.4 g/kg)

     

    Formulation: fosetyl-aluminium WG 80 (800 g/kg)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - fosetyl-aluminium WG 80 (800 g/kg)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - fosetyl-aluminium WG 80 (800 g/kg)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Fosetyl-aluminium WG 80 (800 g/kg)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - fosetyl-aluminium WG 80 (800 g/kg)

     

     

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    Iprovalicarb, known under the major Melody brand, is a fungicide used on Grapes, Potatoes and Tomatoes mainly, to protect those crops from Downy Mildew & Late Blight losses (these diseases could result in 80-100% harvest loss). Iprovalicarb combines excellent control of oomycete fungi with high plant compatibility and shows a strong potency in controlling infections that have just occurred (24-48h before), providing the flexibility to the growers to catch up a dangerous situation when they were in no position to prevent it due to circumstances out of his control (weather, organizational constraints… ).

     

    Active Substance: iprovalicarb

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - iprovalicarb

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - iprovalicarb

    Summary of the metabolism and residues studies - iprovalicarb

    Summary of the toxicological and toxicokinetic studies - iprovalicarb

    List of additional safety relevant documents for iprovalicarb

     
    Formulation: iprovalicarb + folpet WG 65.3 (90+563 g/kg)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - iprovalicarb & folpet WG 65.3 (90+563 g/kg)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - iprovalicarb & folpet WG 65.3 (90+563 g/kg)

    Summary of the metabolism and residues studies - iprovalicarb & folpet WG 65.3 (90+563 g/kg)

    Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data - iprovalicarb & folpet WG 65.3 (90+563 g/kg)

     

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    Isoflucypram is the most recent innovative fungicide from Bayer’s crop protection pipeline. It shows excellent efficacy against a broad variety of cereal diseases, like leaf spots and rusts. Untreated those diseases are strongly affecting the quality and yield of cereal growers world-wide, yield losses of up to 40% are possible. Despite its low application rate, Isoflucypram offers long-lasting protection and unmatched yield security to our customers.

     

    Active Substance: isoflucypram

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - isoflucypram

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - isoflucypram

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - isoflucypram

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - isoflucypram

     
    Formulation: isoflucypram EC 50 (50 g/L)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - isoflucypram EC 50 (50 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - isoflucypram EC 50 (50 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - isoflucypram EC 50 (50 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - isoflucypram EC 50 (50 g/L)

     

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    Propineb known under the major brand Antracol® is one of the three big multi-site fungicides in the world, mainly for application in horticulture as well as in rice in more than 50 countries in Asia and Latin America. Besides the fungicidal activity against Anthracnosis and Leaf spots, Propineb’s Zinc content results in a plant strengthening, visible greening effect. Multi-sites like Antracol® are part of Bayer’s resistance management programs and to close portfolio gaps.

     

    Active Substance: propineb

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Propineb

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - propineb

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Propineb

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - propineb

    List of additional safety relevant documents for propineb

     

    Formulation: propineb WG 70 (700g/kg)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - propineb WG 70 (700g/kg)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - propineb WG 70 (700g/kg)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - propineb WG 70 (700g/kg)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - propineb WG 70 (700g/kg)

     

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    Prothioconazole known under the major brands Prosaro®, Proline® and Fox®, is one of the largest crop protection assets at Bayer, considered an internal blockbuster and the most important DMI fungicide for growers around the world in controlling the most devastating fungal diseases in their crops. Prothioconazole is registered in over 60 countries and offers unprecedented control of Fusarium head blight (FHB) in cereals, and is the best performing DMI fungicide against the largest fungal pathogen Asian Soybean Rust (ASR) in soybeans. It is also considered a foundational mixture partner and necessary resistance management tool.

     

    Active Substance: prothioconazole

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Prothioconazole

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Prothioconazole

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Prothioconazole

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - prothioconazole

     
    Formulation: bixafen + prothioconazole EC 225 (75 + 150 g/l)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Bixafen + prothioconazole EC 225 (75 + 150 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Bixafen + prothioconazole EC 225 (75 + 150 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Bixafen + prothioconazole EC 225 (75 + 150 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - Bixafen + prothioconazole EC 225 (75 + 150 g/L)

     

    Formulation: prothioconazole FS 100 (100 g/l)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Prothioconazole FS 100 (100 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Prothioconazole FS 100 (100 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Prothioconazole FS 100 (100 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - Prothioconazole FS 100 (100 g/L)

     

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    Spiroxamine is known under brand names such as Prosper®, Input® and Impulse®. Farmers use this fungicide to protect e.g., grain fields or vineyards, from devastating fungal diseases. In this way, spiroxamine enables better economic success for farmers and higher quality of these crops for consumers of bread and grapes. Under the Impulse® brand, Spiroxamine helps banana growers around the world to protect their crops from "Black Sigatoka", an aggressive fungal disease that in the past almost destroyed all banana plantations worldwide. Spiroxamine is registered and commercially available in 86 countries. On the market for more than 25 years, Spiroxamine is an essential component for effective resistance management programs and thus remains an important tool for growers to effectively and economically control relevant pathogens. 

     

    Active Substance: spiroxamine 

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed for spiroxamine

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies for spiroxamine

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for spiroxamine – Part 1

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment for spiroxamine

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies for spiroxamine – Part 2

    Formulation: spiroxamine EC 500 

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed spiroxamine EC 500 (500 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment spiroxamine EC 500 (500 g/L)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies spiroxamine EC 500 (500 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies for spiroxamine EC 500 (500 g/L)

    Formulation: prothioconazole + spiroxamine EC 460 (160+300 g/L) 

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed prothioconazole + spiroxamine EC 460 (160+300 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment prothioconazole + spiroxamine EC 460 (160+300 g/L)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies prothioconazole + spiroxamine EC 460 (160+300 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies for prothioconazole + spiroxamine EC 460 (160+300 g/L)

     

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    Many Trifloxystrobin-containing products are marketed in more than 100 countries and in all major crop groups. The broad range of diseases which are controlled by these products, the additional beneficial plant physiological effects as well as the high crop safety make Trifloxystrobin a multipurpose asset for farmers. Today Trifloxystrobin is used extensively in soybean with the brands Fox, Cripton and Delaro, followed by Horticulture with the brand Nativo.

     

    Active Substance: trifloxystrobin

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - trifloxystrobin

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - trifloxystrobin

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - trifloxystrobin

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - trifloxystrobin

    List additional safety relevant documents for trifloxystrobin

     

    Formulation: trifloxystrobin WG 50 (500g/kg)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - trifloxystrobin WG 50 (500g/kg)

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - trifloxystrobin WG 50 (500 g/kg)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - trifloxystrobin WG 50 (500g/kg)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - trifloxystrobin WG 50

    Insecticides

     

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    Deltamethrin is an insecticide and protects a wide range of crops globally including cereals, vegetables, fruits and ornamentals, grown in open field and/or under protection against many important pests causing economic damage. Deltamethrin is used in agriculture, timber protection, vector control and more. Deltamethrin is a non-systemic insecticide which acts on the insect by contact and ingestion. Deltamethrin is not systemic within plants.

     

     

    Active Substance: deltamethrin

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - deltamethrin

    Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - deltamethrin

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - deltamethrin

    Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - deltamethrin

     

    Formulation: deltamethrin EW 15 (15 g/l)

    Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - deltamethrin EW 15 (15 g/L)

    Summary of the fate and behavior in the environment studies - deltamethrin EW 15 (15 g/L)

    Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - deltamethrin EW 15 (15 g/L)

    Summary of the toxicological studies - deltamethrin EW 15 (15 g/L)

       

       

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      Flupyradifurone known under the major brand SIVANTO® is the latest sucking insecticide in Bayer’s crop protection portfolio for worldwide use. This innovative compound is primarily for use in a wide variety of fruit and vegetable crops as well as plantation (citrus, coffee, cocoa), tropical fruits and defined broad acre crops. It performs well against a large spectrum of mostly sucking pests including aphids, whiteflies, psyllids, scales, scirtothrips, leafhoppers, mealy bugs, coffee leaf miner, lygus bugs and cocoa mirids. SIVANTO® meets the diverse safety needs in modern applied agriculture and fulfills today’s regulatory requirements for an IPM (Integrated Pest Management) friendly insecticide.

       

      Active Substance flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the metabolism and residues studies (part 1 of 3) - flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the metabolism and residues studies (part 2 of 3) - flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the metabolism and residues studies (part 3 of 3) - flupyradifurone
      • Summary of the toxicological and toxicokinetic studies - flupyradifurone
      • List of additional safety relevant documents submitted in non-EU countries for flupyradifurone

       

      Formulation flupyradifurone SL 200
      • Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - flupyradifurone SL 200
      • Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - flupyradifurone SL 200
      • Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data - flupyradifurone SL 200 

       

       

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      Imidacloprid known under the major brands Confidor®, Admire® for foliar or soil application or Gaucho® for seed treatment is our leading insecticide from the group of neonicotinoids. This chemical class revolutionized pest management on farms by replacing several sprays of older chemistry. Imidacloprid provides as soil-applied insecticide many benefits. The active substance is taken up by the plant to protect it from inside against attacks from harmful insects. Farmers around the world value the product in a wide range of crops with a broad spectrum of efficacy.

       

      Imidacloprid safety studies

      Imidacloprid bee studies - Compilation of study summaries

      Risk assessment of Imidacloprid for soil organisms for the use as seed treatment in sugar beet

       

       

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      Purpureocillium lilacinum 251 known under the tradename of BioAct or MeloCon (for US, Mexico) is a fungal antagonist of nematodes. It is able to parasitize especially nematode eggs and thus lowers the nematode infestation level. Next to the nematode control, it provides better root establishment, plant growth promotion and increases the average yield. BioAct, as a biological, is a valuable addition to any nematode control strategy. It supports further reductions of chemical use while keeping the nematode damage under control, especially in horticultural crops. Bayer recommends an integrated nematode management program with Velum, ideally combined with nematode resistant rootstocks and a digital support tool (Nematool) to optimize the timing of applications. This integrated approach enables us to deliver a first in class sustainable nematode control solution to growers.  

       
      Active Substance: purpureocillium lilacinum

      Summary documentation - effects on non-target organisms - Purpureocillium lilacinum 251 

      Summary documentation - fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Purpureocillium lilacinum 251 

      Summary documentation - metabolism and residue studies - Purpureocillium lilacinum 251 

      Summary documentation - summary and evaluation of environmental impact - Purpureocillium lilacinum 251 

      Summary documentation - toxicological studies and exposure data; information on the microbial pest control agent - Purpureocillium lilacinum 251

       
      Formulation: BioAct WG, 1 x 1010 spores/gram (60 g/kg)

      Summary documentation - effects of the microbial pest control product on non-target organisms - BioAct WG, 1 X 10 10 spores/gram (60 g/kg) of Purpureocillium lilacinum 251

      Summary documentation - fate and behaviour in the environment studies - BioAct WG, 1 X 1010 spores/gram (60 g/kg) of Purpureocillium lilacinum 251

      Summary documentation - rationale to waive residue studies on MPCP - BioAct WG, 1 X 10 10 spores/gram (60 g/kg) of Purpureocillium lilacinum 251

      Summary documentation - summary and evaluation of environmental impact - BioAct WG, 1 X 10 10 spores/gram (60 g/kg) of Purpureocillium lilacinum251

      Summary documentation - toxicological studies and exposure data; information on the microbial pest control agent - BioAct WG, 1 X 1010 spores/gram (60 g/kg) of Purpureocillium lilacinum

       

       

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      Spirotetramat, under the major brand MOVENTO®, is a unique insecticide of the ketoenol family that acts against a broad range of sucking insect pests, including scales, mealybugs, psylla, aphids, phylloxera, and whiteflies. MOVENTO® is primarily used in intensively grown crops like fruits and vegetables. With its unique mode of action, that once inside the leaf has a two-way systemicity moving to all areas of the plant, including new shoot, leaf and root tissues, it offers long-lasting efficacy and an excellent tool for resistance management and Integrated Pest Management (IPM).

       

      Active Substance spirotetramat

      Summary of the toxicological and toxicokinetic studies - spirotetramat

      Summary of the metabolism and residues data - spirotetramat

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - spirotetramat

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - spirotetramat

      List of additional safety relevant studies submitted to EFSA as individual studies and not described in our summary documents for spirotetramat

       

      Formulation spirotetramat OD 150

      Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data - spirotetramat OD 150

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - spirotetramat OD 150

      Summary of the metabolism and residues data - spirotetramat OD 150

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - spirotetramat OD 150

       

       

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      Terpenoid Blend, known under the name Requiem prime, is a biological insecticide that delivers fast knockdown to sucking pests in horticultural crops throughout the season to improve the efficacy of pest management programs and increase marketability. It does not affect beneficial & pollinators and helps managing resistance.  

      Active Substance: Terpenoid blend QRD 460 

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - terpenoid blend

      Formulation: Requiem EC (QRD 452) 

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - terpenoid blend

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - terpenoid blend

       

       

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      Thiacloprid known under the major brand Biscaya® or Calypso® is a neonicotinoid insecticide with a favorable bee safety profile. It is therefore especially used by oilseed rape farmers to control harmful insects in this highly bee attractive crop. Also fruit and vegetable & potato farmers value thiacloprid for controlling a wide range of sucking insects, but thiacloprid also effectively controls the lepidoperan pest codling moth. In cereals, the same as in the other crops, thiacloprid is an important part of the rotation of products with different modes of action to ensure sustainable pest management and follow resistance management guidelines.

       

      Active Substance: thiacloprid

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - thiacloprid

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - thiacloprid

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - thiacloprid

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - thiacloprid

       

      Formulation: thiacloprid FS 400 (400 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - thiacloprid FS 400 (400 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - thiacloprid FS 400 (400 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - thiacloprid FS 400 (400 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - thiacloprid FS 400 (400 g/L)

       

      Formulation: thiacloprid OD 240 (240 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - thiacloprid OD 240 (240g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - thiacloprid OD 240 (240g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - thiacloprid OD 240 (240 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - thiacloprid OD 240 (240 g/L)

       

      Herbicides

       

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      Aclonifen is a herbicide active introduced to the market in the 80s. It is used in many crops such as sunflower, potatoes and peas but also in multiple so called “minor crops” like onion, garlic, shallots, parsley, dill and others. Just recently, the use in Cereals was introduced for the first time. Aclonifen is applied in pre emergence of crops. Early post-emergence applications are also possible in some crops using a reduced dose rate. Through its novel mode of action (classified as group 32: SDS inhibitor) Aclonifen acts as a resistance breaker for difficult to control weeds, matter particularly relevant for Cereals. The control spectrum of the active covers many dicots but also grass weeds. Common brand names are Bandur and Challenge, as well as Mateno (combination with Flufenacet and Diflufenican) for Cereals. 

      Active Substance: aclonifen

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - aclonifen

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - aclonifen

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - aclonifen

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - aclonifen

      Formulation: aclonifen SC 600 G

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - aclonifen SC 600 G

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - aclonifen SC 600 G

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - aclonifen SC 600 G

      Summary of the toxicological studies - aclonifen SC 600 G

      Formulation: aclonifen + diflufenican SC 600 (500 + 100 g/L)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - aclonifen + diflufenican SC 600 (500 + 100 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - aclonifen + diflufenican SC 600 (500 + 100 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - aclonifen + diflufenican SC 600 (500 + 100 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - aclonifen + diflufenican SC 600 (500 + 100 g/L)

       

       

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      Amidosulfuron is the component of brands like Gratil®, Hoestar®, Sekator® and Pacifica® Plus. It is used in cereals and pastures to control broadleaved weeds particularly Galium aparine, the most competitive dicot weed in European cereals and Rumex in pastures. Amidosulfuron belongs to the group of sulfonyl urea herbicides and is part of Bayer´s Integrated Weed Management program to maximize yield protection and to ensure sustainable future weed control for growers.

       

      Active Substance: amidosulfuron

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - amidosulfuron

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - amidosulfuron

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - amidosulfuron

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - amidosulfuron

       

      Formulation: amidosulfuron WG 75

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - amidosulfuron WG 75

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - amidosulfuron WG 75

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - amidosulfuron WG 75

      Summary of the toxicological studies - amidosulfuron WG 75

       

       

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      Ethephon is an important active ingredient used for plant growth regulation and registered in over 40 countries around the word. Important brands are Cerone®, Finish® and Ethrel®. Ethephon is a systemic plant growth regulator belonging to the phoshonate family. It is fastly absorbed by the plant and releases ethylene which is a natural plant hormone. Ethylene influences directly several physiological processes (i.e. ripening, maturation) and stimulates the production of endogenous ethylene. Ethephon is taking up by the leaves and is transported to the vegetal tissues and translocated from the leaves to the plant tissues. Progressively, it is transformed into ethylene in the plant, modifying the growth processes stimulating the synthesis of phenol and lignine.

       

      Ethephon is used in cereals (wheat, barley, rye and triticale) to increase resistance to lodging through straw shortening and strengthening. On fruits and vegetables to promote fruit maturity (early and uniform ripening and coloring of mature fruits), on ornamentals to stimulate flowering and side branching and to reduce plant height. On cotton to promote uniform boll opening and enhance defoliation.

       

      Active Substance: ethephon

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - ethephon

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - ethephon

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - ethephon

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - ethephon

       

      Formulation: ethephon SL 480 (480 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - ethephon SL 480 g/L

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - ethephon SL 480 g/L

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - ethephon SL 480 g/L

      Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data - ethephon SL 480 g/L

       

       

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      When it comes to pre-emergence and early-post control of key grass weeds in cereals, Flufenacet is the farmers’ first choice. It offers excellent control of the most problematic weeds, especially grass weeds like Alopecurus (blackgrass), Lolium (ryegrass) and Apera species. Flufenacet is a key component of brands like Cadou®, Fosburi®, Liberator® and Bacara Forte®. As the key active ingredient for autumn applications, Flufenacet is part of Bayer`s Integrated Weed Management offering, providing farmers with agronomic solutions for optimized weed control and maximum yield protection.

       

      Active Substance: flufenacet

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - flufenacet

      Summary of the fate and behavior in the environment studies - flufenacet

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - flufenacet

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - flufenacet

       

      Formulation: diflufenican+flufenacet SC600 (200+400)G

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - diflufenican+flufenacet SC600 (200+400 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behavior in the environment studies - diflufenican+flufenacet SC600 (200+400 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - diflufenican+flufenacet SC600 (200+400 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - diflufenican+flufenacet SC600 (200+400 g/L)

       

       

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      Flurtamone is a key ingredient of the products that farmers know as Bacara Forte®. It is a cereal herbicide for pre-emergence and early-post control of key weeds, particularly Apera species, e.g. Apera spica-venti. With the goal of enhancing farmer`s productivity, Fluratmone is an important element of Bayer`s Integrated Weed Management offering, resulting in customized agronomic solutions for optimized weed control and maximum yield protection. 

       

      Active Substance: flurtamone

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - 1 - flurtamone

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - 2 - flurtamone

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - 1 - flurtamone

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - 2 - flurtamone

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - flurtamone

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - flurtamone

       

      Formulation: diflufenican + flurtamone SC 350 (100+250 g/L)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - diflufenican + flurtamone SC 350 (100+250 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - diflufenican + flurtamone SC 350 (100+250 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - diflufenican + flurtamone SC 350 (100+250 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - diflufenican + flurtamone SC 350 (100+250 g/L)

       

       

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      Foramsulfuron is a compound which is already successfully used in corn for many years. It controls a broad spectrum of important annual and perennial grass weeds and broadleaved weeds. Foramsulfuron is one of the most effective active ingredients for the control of Sorghum halapense. It is mainly used between 3 leave and five leave stage of corn. Important brand names are Monsoon/Equipe, Monsoon active (combination with Thiencarbazone-methyl, MaisTer (combination with Iodosulfuron-methyl)/MaisTer power (combination with Iodosulfuron-methyl and Thiencarbazone-methyl).

       

      In addition to corn, the active has been launched 2018 in sugar beets in many countries in Europe. In combination with Thiencarbazone-methyl (Brand name CONVISO one) Formsulfuron is part of an innovative system for the weed control in sugar beets that are tolerant to this mode of action. By using this system, the farmer can reduce the number of his herbicides treatments used today by approx. 50%.

       

      Active Substance: foramsulfuron

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - foramsulfuron

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - foramsulfuron

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - foramsulfuron

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - foramsulfuron

      List of additional safety relevant studies submitted to EFSA as individual studies and not described in our summary documents for Foramsulfuron

       

      Formulation: foramsulfuron + isoxadifen-ethyl OD 45 (22.5 + 22.5 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - foramsulfuron + isoxadifen-ethyl OD 45 (22.5+22.5 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - foramsulfuron + isoxadifen-ethyl OD 45 (22.5+22.5 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - foramsulfuron + isoxadifen-ethyl OD 45 (22.5+22.5 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - foramsulfuron + isoxadifen-ethyl OD 45 (22.5+22.5 g/L)

       

       

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      Glyphosate is a versatile herbicide that has been used for more than 40 years by farmers, land managers, gardeners, and others to simply, safely, and effectively control problematic weeds. Since the introduction in 1974, glyphosate-based products have become the most commonly used herbicides in the world because of the ability to control a broad spectrum of weeds, the extensive economic and environmental benefits, and the strong safety profile. In the 1990s, combining glyphosate with crops that could withstand applications of this herbicide transformed agriculture in many parts of the world and modern agriculture biotechnology began. Our portfolio of glyphosate-based products will continue to be a very important part of our integrated weed management (IWM) offerings.

       

      Active Substance: glyphosate (2020: EU renewal of approval summary dossier documents)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - glyphosate

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies – glyphosate

      Summary of the metabolism and residue studies – glyphosate

      Summary of the toxicological and toxicological studies - glyphosate

       

      Formulation: 360 g/L glyphosate acid (2020: EU renewal of approval summary dossier documents)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - 360 g/L glyphosate acid

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - 360 g/L glyphosate acid

      Summary of the metabolism and residue studies - 360 g/L glyphosate acid

      Summary of the toxicological studies and exposure data and information - 360 g/L glyphosate acid

       

      Glyphosate active substance and formulation: Access to study reports
      Glyphosate active substance: Access to Bayer Import Tolerance (IT) application

       

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      Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium is a sulfonylurea herbicide for post-emergence use mainly in cereals and corn. It is effective against grass weeds e.g. Apera spica-venti, Lolium ssp., Phalaris spp. and as well as a wide range of broadleaved weeds e.g. Cirsium arvense, Galium aparine, Lamium spp., Matricaria chamomilla Stellaria media etc. .Iodosulfuron is a key component of brands like Hussar®, Sekator® and Atlantis®. It is an integral part of Bayer`s Integrated Weed Management program providing farmers with agronomic solutions for optimized weed control and maximum yield protection.

       

      Active Substance: Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium

      List of safety relevant documents October 2015 


      Formulation: Idosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mefenpyr-deithyl OD 400 (100 +300 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium+ mefenpyr-deithyl OD 400 (100 +300 g/l) 

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium+ mefenpyr-deithyl OD 400 (100 +300 g/l)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium+ mefenpyr-deithyl OD 400 (100 +300 g/l)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium+ mefenpyr-deithyl OD 400 (100 +300 g/l)

       

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      Isoxaflutole is a herbicide compound that has been successfully used for over 20 years and is a key tool of our portfolio in corn and sugarcane in Europe, North America and Latin America.  

      During the early phases of the development, corn reacts very sensitive on weed competition: Isoxaflutole which can be used in this early phase from pre-emergence of corn until 3 leaf stage. The compound has a very strong residual efficacy and is able to provide a season control of a number of the most important annual grasses (e.g. Echinochloa species) and annual broadleaved weeds. To complete the weed spectrum Isoxaflutole is used in tank mixture with other herbicides. After a longer-lasting period of drought, the compound can be reactivated after rainfall within 4 weeks after application.  

      Important brand names in Corn are Merlin®flexx/ Balance®flexx (combination with the Safener Cyprosulfamide), Adengo®/ Corvus® (combination with Thiencarbzone-methyl and Cyprosulfamide) and Lagon® (combination with Aclonifen). In sugarcane the lead brand is Provence Total®.

       

      Active Substance: isoxaflutole

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - isoxaflutole

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - isoxaflutole

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - isoxaflutole

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - isoxaflutole

       

      Formulation: isoxaflutole + cyprosulfamide SC 480 (240 + 240 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - isoxaflutole + cyprosulfamide SC 480 (240+240) g/L

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - isoxaflutole + cyprosulfamide SC 480 (240+240) g/L

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - isoxaflutole + cyprosulfamide SC 480 (240+240g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - isoxaflutole + cyprosulfamide SC 480 (240+240) g/L

       

       

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      Mesosulfuron-methyl known under the Atlantis® brand family is a sulfonylurea herbicide for post-emergence use in Cereals. It is one of the leading solutions to control Alopecurus myosuroides and further important grass weeds in wheat, rye, and triticale. To enhance farmer’s productivity Mesosulfuron-methyl belongs to Bayer’s Integrated Weed Management programs delivering customized agronomic solutions for optimized weed control and maximum yield protection. 

       

       

      Active Substance: mesosulfuron

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - mesosulfuron-methyl

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - mesosulfuron-methyl

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - mesosulfuron-methyl

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - mesosulfuron-methyl

      List of additional safety relevant studies 

       

      Formulation: iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mesosulfuron-methyl + mefenpyr-diethyl OD 42 (2+10+30 g/l)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mesosulfuron-methyl + mefenpyr-diethyl OD 42 (2+10+30 g/L)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mesosulfuron-methyl + mefenpyr-diethyl OD 42 (2+10+30 g/L)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mesosulfuron-methyl + mefenpyr-diethyl OD 42 (2+10+30 g/L)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - iodosulfuron-methyl-sodium + mesosulfuron-methyl +mefenpyr-diethyl OD 42 (2+10+30 g/L)

       

       

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      Propoxycarbazone – sodium is the active ingredient of Bayer´s cereal herbicide Attribut®, which is applied post-emergence in wheat, rye and triticale to control several important grass weeds such as Alopecurus myosuroides, Apera spica-venti, hard to control Bromus species and the perennial grass weed Agropyron repens. To maximize performance and to ensure sustainable future grass-weed control Propoxycarbazone – sodium is part of Bayer´s Integrated Weed Management Program.

       

       

      Active Substance: propoxycarbazone-sodium

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - propoxycarbazone-sodium

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - propoxycarbazone-sodium

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - propoxycarbazone-sodium

      Summary of the toxicological and metabolism studies - propoxycarbazone-sodium

      List of additional safety relevant studies

       

      Formulation: Attribute SG70 (700 g/kg propoxycarbazone-sodium)

      Summary of the ecotoxicological studies - propoxycarbazone-sodium SG70 (700g/kg propoxycarbazone-sodium)

      Summary of the fate and behaviour in the environment studies - Attribut SG70 (700g/kg propoxycarbazone-sodium)

      Summary of the residues in or on treated products, food and feed studies - Attribut SG70 (700g/kg propoxycarbazone-sodium)

      Summary of the toxicological studies - Attribut SG70 (700g/kg propoxycarbazone-sodium)

       

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