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Annex of Approved Active Substances for Plant Protection Products

EU. Annex of Approved Active Substances, Regulation 540/2011/EU implementing Regulation 1107/2009/EC, last amended by Implementing Regulation (EU) 2022/378, OJ L 72, 7 March 2022

This list contains the active substances approved under Regulation 1107/2009/EC, as listed in Regulation 540/2011/EU. The list is separated into five parts: Part A (deemed to have been approved under 1107/2009/EC); Part B (approved under 1107/2009/EC); Part C (basic substances); Part D (low-risk active substances); and Part E (candidates for substitution). Entries include common & IUPAC names, identifiers (e.g., CAS, CIPAC), purity information, and approval and approval expiration dates.

Last updated 24 June 2022. Database contains 537 unique substances/entries.
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231-753-5
7720-78-7
235
837
350 g/kg
1 September 2009
31 August 2022
Only uses as herbicide may be authorised
Details
200-066-2
50-81-7
66
774
990 g/kg
1 July 2014
30 September 2024
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200-157-7
52-89-1;7048-04-6
21
98 %
2 June 2020
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200-157-7
52-89-1;7048-04-6
21
98 %
2 June 2020
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232-712-4
9008-22-4
12
671
860 g/kg
1 March 2018
28 February 2033
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205-582-1
143-07-7
230
838 g/kg
1 September 2009
31 August 2022
Only uses as insecticide, acaricide, and herbicide and plant growth regulator may be authorised
Details
The complex combination of diglycerides of fatty acids linked to the choline ester of phosphoric acid.
232-307-2
8002-43-5
6
1 July 2015
Only uses as basic substance being a fungicide are approved
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218-499-0
2164-08-1
176
163
975 g/kg
1 January 2009
31 December 2022
Only uses as herbicide may be authorised
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215-709-2
1344-81-6
345
17
290 g/kg
1 June 2011
31 August 2024
Only uses as fungicide may be authorised
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A noncombustible solid characteristic of sedimentary rock. It consists primarily of calcium carbonate.
215-279-6
1317-65-3
237
852
980 g/kg
1 September 2009
31 August 2019
Only uses as repellent may be authorised
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