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This document is a report of the OECD Workshop on the Evaluation of Biopesticides: Registration and Communication, which took place on 15 – 17 April 2008, in Arlington, US. It was hosted by the US EPA Office of Pesticide Programs.
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The Pesticides Programme has undertaken work to: (i) identify and overcome obstacles to work-sharing; (ii) harmonise data requirements and test guidelines; and (iii) harmonise hazard/risk assessment approaches.
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This guidance document focuses on microbiological efficacy testing. It covers efficacy testing of articles treated with antimicrobials in the manufacturing process with the intention of the achieving an external effect.
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This report presents the results of an OECD seminar on ways to achieve risk reduction while addressing issues associated with the use of chemical pesticides or non-chemical means of crop protection on a small scale.
This page lists, in chronological order, the Pesticides Publication Series that relate to Minor Uses.
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The report is a collation of various aspects such as responsible regulatory authorities/agencies, data requirements, activities being pursued and regulatory mechanisms for approving minor uses in member countries.
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This report presents the results of an OECD seminar on ways to achieve pesticide risk reduction through worker safety and training. The seminar was hosted by Czech State Phytosanitary Administration, in Brno, Czech Republic, on 21 March 2007.
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This document describes the benefits that will accrue to regulatory authorities, companies (registrants) and the general public as a result of joint evaluations of dossiers in which two or more countries divide the work required to review a pesticide data submission.
This document provides guidance on the residue analytical methods. Analytical methods are used to generate the data for estimating dietary exposure assessments, to establish Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs), and to determine processing factors.