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New Zealand approved the import of methyl oxalate herbicide Cadet

    

Business News Agency, February 14 hearing

The New Zealand Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently recommended approval of the import of ETEC Crop Solutions' Herbicide Cadet for the control of broadleaf weeds in maize fields. Cadet's active ingredient is methyl oxalate (100 g / L), which was not previously registered in New Zealand.

Sarah Gardner, head of application and evaluation, said the decision-making committee was in charge of the registration of Cadet's registration under the New Zealand Hazardous Substances and New Biology Act (HSNO). The conditions for approving the application are to limit the use of the substance to ensure human and environmental safety. For example, it may be prescribed that the user is required to carry a protective mask or glove when spraying the medicine.

Sarah Gardner also mentioned that the Cadet approval also includes some special restrictions, such as setting the exposure limit of the substance, prohibiting direct use in the water body and within 10 meters of the wind water, set the maximum dose, limit the use of And frequency and label.

(Source: World Agricultural Network)