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RECOMMENDED USAGE RESTRICTIONS FOR PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS ON
SOUTHERN AFRICAN EXPORT CITRUS
Vaughan Hattingh, Citrus Research International, tel 021-8828553, fax 021-8828557, vh@cri.co.za and Paul Hardman, Citrus Growers Association of southern Africa, tel 031-7652514, fax 031-7658029, ph@cga.co.za
The purpose of these restrictions is to ensure compliance with residue tolerances in the countries to which
Southern African citrus is exported. The recommendations on container labels are based on the current
registrations
of plant protection products. In terms of the SA Act 36 of 1947 (and equivalent legislation in
neighbouring countries) the registration requirements must be adhered to at all times. However, the
requirements of importing countries have made it necessary to introduce further restrictions in order to
comply with maximum residue limits.
The active ingredients of the products are listed alphabetically together with an illustrative brand name. In
the case of commodity products which may be sold under different brand names only a single name is
shown for convenience. This does not imply endorsement of the particular brand concerned.
Due to the multiple fruit set pattern of lemons, plant protection products may only be used as specified during
the first spring blossoming and fruit set period. Special caution should be exercised to ensure that
pesticides applied to protect later sets do not result in unacceptable residues in fruit remaining on the trees
from earlier sets.

The following general statements are applicable to the use of plant protection products on all cultivars:
*
Growers should ensure that these restrictions are kept handy and are consulted before the application of plant protection products. The application in accordance with current label requirements will in many instances not ensure that export requirements will be met. The restrictions specified are applicable in addition to the label requirements. The withholding periods specified on product labels provide an indication of the ability of treatments to conform to South African residue levels. Since overseas requirements are generally more stringent these withholding periods are not adequate unless specifically mentioned in this document. These restrictions apply to the period during which fruit is present on trees (between blossom and harvest) and not to the period between harvest and the onset of blossom, during which time standard label requirements apply. All usages apply to normal blossom situations. Under conditions where blossoming occurs over an extended period a more conservative approach must be adopted. Under these conditions treatments should be timed according to the early portion of the blossom. Particular attention must be given to ensuring that spray machinery is calibrated to apply the correct spray volumes in relation to tree size and that spray operators are trained in the handling and application of plant protection products. All treatments referred to above must be applied at the registered concentrations. Alternation of products, where applicable with reference to the restrictions, will reduce the risk of excessive residues of any one chemical and will also reduce selection pressure for resistance. The additional restrictions in this document do not necessarily provide an indication of the compatibility of the products with integrated pest management and good agricultural practice. The addition of oil to a treatment, if not registered as such, should be avoided as this may increase the residue level.
All exporting growers should keep accurate spray records so that in the event of exceeding MRLs the
reasons can be determined. These records should be retained in safe-keeping for at least 3 years.
Growers are strongly urged to abide by these restrictions to minimise the risk of residue tolerances being
exceeded. However, it must be noted that no absolute guarantee can be given that even by following
these guidelines export residue tolerances will in all instances not be exceeded.

This document has been compiled with information presently available and in good faith, but with
the express condition that the authors, Citrus Research International and Citrus Growers
Association of Southern Africa, accept no responsibility whatsoever for any loss or damage
resulting directly or indirectly from the use thereof.

RESTRICTION
Other restrictions
All markets (including EU) except where
other restrictions are specified
as registered for Soft Citrus and not later than 90% petal fall for other citrus. thuringiensis/Dipel Bromopropylate/Acarol for oranges, not later than mid-October for grapefruit, and not later than 90% petal fall lemons and soft citrus b 90d PHI for lemons and soft citrus, 120d Middle East and Korea 14d PHI as registered. Medium cover spray: Before calyx closure (± 3 weeks after petal fall) as registered. Bait spray application (20ml): Not later than mid-December and a 140d PHI as registered 60d PHI for sprays as registered, 0d PHI for soil and stem applications as registered Only to be used after harvest and before All markets (including EU) except where
other restrictions are specified
Not later than 90% petal fall. Middle East 14d PHI. Korea: Not later than 90% petal fall for soft citrus and 28d PHI for other citrus Not later than 90% petal fall as registered Not later than 50% petal fall for sprays, Not later than white bud stage for soil applications Didecylammonium Chloride / Sporekill Dithiocarbamates and not later than 90% petal fall for other where packhouses have either a non-recycling high pressure spray or non-recycling Deccosol foam curtain and regular (twice daily) cleaning of brushes acetate + (Z)-8-Dodecen-1-yl acetate/ Checkmate Endosulfan/Thiodan Not later than 90% petal fall. 10d PHI as Not permitted. Middle East and Indonesia 28d PHI as registered. Korea: 28d PHI as registered for soft citrus and 185d PHI for other citrus All markets (including EU) except where
other restrictions are specified
Phenthoate/Meothrin + Elsan Fipronil/Regent Before calyx closure (± 3 weeks after petal per 100λ as a bait spray, up to three times between petal fall and the end of January. as registered for Soft Citrus and not later than 90% petal fall for other citrus Soft Citrus, not later than 90% petal fall for other citrus. Korea: Not later than 90% petal fall 56d PHI as registered
Not later than 90% petal fall, 56d PHI on Grapefruit & oranges for Middle and Far East than 90% petal fall for oranges, grapefruit and lemons 21d PHI as registered. Korea: 21d PHI as registered for mandarins and not later than All markets (including EU) except where
other restrictions are specified
Apply no more than once in a season, not later than beginning of December and ensure at least a 150d PHI 0d PHI, 14d PHI or 28d PHI as registered later than 90% petal fall for other citrus 100mλ/100λ water at not later than 50% petal fall for Soft Citrus, “-“ for other citrus should be used only once and not later than 90% petal fall 1d PHI as registered for fruit fly baiting (GF120), but 28d PHI for other applications (Tracer) All markets (including EU) except where
other restrictions are specified
Not later than mid-November as registered Not later than 90% petal fall as registered Not later than 90% petal fall. Korea: 30d PHI on soft citrus and not later than 90% petal fall for other citrus 30d PHI as registered and not to be used Not later than 90% petal fall. Middle East: 76d PHI as registered. Korea: 76d PHI as registered for soft citrus, otherwise on Valencias only and not later than mid-January Not later than 90% petal fall for lemons and 30d PHI as registered for other citrus. Middle East: 30d PHI as registered. Korea: Not later than 90% petal fall 250ppm in a pre-degreening drench. Korea: not permitted on grapefruit and soft citrus. - = as for “all markets”, that is no additional restrictions apply.
SUMMARY TABLE OF RESIDUE TOLERANCES
Chemical
tolerance
Chemical
tolerance
Chemical
tolerance
SUMMARY TABLE OF CHANGES EFFECTIVE FROM THIS EDITION
Previous
PHI Changes
90d PHI for lemons and soft citrus, 120d PHI for oranges and grapefruit. For Middle East 21d PHI as registered. See Restriction table Between blossom and harvest, use Selecron only once and not more than 100mλ/100λ water at not later than 50% petal fall Y NOTES
Numerical Superscripts:

1 fruit without peel/pulp 2 just oranges 3 exocarp of summer oranges 4 fruit (except exocarp of summer oranges) 5 just peel 6 except mandarin oranges 7 Oranges, sweet, sour 8 Citrus pulp, dried 9 Whole fruit 10 Clementines, mandarins 11 Other citrus 12 Except summer oranges 13 Mandarins 14 Pulp juice 15 No specific crop 16 Summer orange and mandarins 17 Summer orange, pulp and peel 18 Summer orange, pulp 19 Only grapefruit 20 Only lemons 21 mandarins, limes and lemons 22 grapefruit, oranges and pommelos.
“None” = no MRL, therefore fruit must be free of detectable residue
Alphabetical Superscripts:
a = China, Hong Kong, Middle East, Indonesia and Singapore will accept Codex levels where there is no specific MRL in
b = Middle East and Indonesia will accept the RSA MRL in the absence of a CODEX MRL, and the “PHI as registered” g = A 15.0 mg/kg MRL will come into effect once Pyrimethanil is approved by the Japanese authorities as a food k = Pending decision by Japanese authorities regarding the use of disinfectants.
w = Proposed new MRL values for Carbendazim due to come into effect at a future date during 2010.
y = Pay special attention to the introductory notes on page one (3rd paragraph) dealing with on lemons.
h = Once registration approved.
L = See CRI Production Guideline for appropriate application techniques.

Source: http://www.cga.co.za/site/files/5438/MRL%20(PHI)%20Sept%202009.pdf

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