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Analysis of Chinese New Pesticide Regulation: Risk Assessment and Benefit Evaluation Firstly Required Featured

According to the draft of “Administrative Measures for the Registration of Pesticide”, the “Risk Assessment Report” and the” Benefit Evaluation Report” will be required for pesticide registration.

The reports should be fully supported by the product chemical, toxicological, efficacy, ecotoxicological and environmental properties, aims at demonstrating the safeness, efficacy and economic advantages over registered product.

Besides, MoA will maintain updating on the “List of Restricted/Prohibited Inert Ingredients (Adjuvant)” in accordance with the hazard and toxicity characters of inert ingredient. If the inert ingredient was exclusively used for the formulation, additional testing report on the inert ingredient will be required.

All registered pesticides are subject to safety risk surveillance system and pesticide active ingredients which have been registered for over 15 years will be periodically revaluated by MoA.

The number of registration will be further decreased by the limitation on content level. Accoding to the MoA Announcement 946 and Announcement 1158, pesticide with same formulation type and active ingredient (AI) composition (including multiple compound formulations under same AI ratio) can be registered at maximum of 5 content levels. The draft reduces the content levels from 5 to 3 and multiple compound pesticides can be combined with most 3 active ingredients.

Nature enemy can be exempted from registration and data of pesticide for minor-crop uses can extrapolation among different crops within the same group. MoA will permit the emergency usage of unregistered pesticide if there is no registered pesticide for certain minor-crop use or occurrence of new pests.


News Source: ChemLinked

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