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This Scottish Statutory Instrument has been printed in substitution of the S.S.I. of the samenumber and is being issued free of charge to all known recipients of that instrument.

Scottish Statutory Instruments

2006 No. 151

AGRICULTURE

PESTICIDES

The Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006

Made

14th March 2006

Laid before the Scottish Parliament

15th March 2006

Coming into force in accordance with regulation 1(2) to (4)

The Scottish Ministers, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972(1) and of all other powers enabling them in that behalf, hereby make the following Regulations:

Citation and commencement

1.—(1) These Regulations may be cited as the Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006.

(2) Subject to paragraphs (3) and (4), these Regulations shall come into force on 27th April 2006.

(3) Regulation 5 shall come into force on 10th May 2006.

(4) Regulation 6 shall come into force on 21st April 2007.

Interpretation

2.  In these Regulations, “the principal Regulations” means the Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (Scotland) Regulations 2005(2).

Amendment of the principal Regulations

3.  Subject to regulation 1(3) and (4), the principal Regulations are amended in accordance with regulations 4 to 6.

Amendments coming into force on 27th April 2006

4.—(1) In regulation 2(1) (interpretation), for the definition of “the Residues Directives” substitute–

“the Residues Directives” means Directive 76/895(3), Directive 86/362(4), Directive 86/363(5) and Directive 90/642(6), in each case as amended at the date of the making of the Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (Scotland) Amendment Regulations 2006(7)..

(2) Schedules 2 and 3 are amended as follows–

(a)in Schedule 2 (maximum residue levels), for the entries in the columns relating to the pesticides Ethofumesate, Lambda cyhalothrin, Methomyl/thiodicarb, Pymetrozine and Thiabendazole substitute the entries in the columns relating to those pesticides set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations; and

(b)in Schedule 3–

(i)in paragraph 2(i) (root and tuber vegetables), in column 2, beneath “Carrots” insert “Cassava”; and

(ii)after paragraph 9 (foodstuffs of animal origin), insert the entry set out in Schedule 2 to these Regulations.

Amendments coming into force on 10th May 2006

5.  Schedules 1 and 2 are amended as follows–

(a)in Schedule 1 (pesticide residues), for the entry for Metalaxyl, substitute the entry for Metalaxyl set out in Schedule 3 to these Regulations; and

(b)in Schedule 2 (maximum residue levels), for the entries in the columns relating to Azoxystrobin, Bifenthrin, Cyromazine, Kresoxim methyl and Metalaxyl, substitute the entries in the columns relating to those pesticides set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations.

Amendments coming into force on 21st April 2007

6.  Schedules 1 and 2 are amended as follows–

(a)in Schedule 1 (pesticide residues)–

(i)for the entry for Glyphosate, substitute the two entries for Glyphosate set out in Schedule 3 to these Regulations; and

(ii)in the appropriate place in the alphabetical sequence, insert the entries for the pesticides Bromoxynil, Chlorpropham, Dimethenamid P, Flazasulfuron, Flurtamone, Ioxynil, Mepanipyrim, Propoxycarbazone, Pyraclostrobin, Quinoxyfen and Zoxamide set out in Schedule 3 to these Regulations; and

(b)in Schedule 2 (maximum residue levels)–

(i)for the column relating to Glyphosate substitute the two columns relating to Glyphosate set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations;

(ii)in the appropriate place in the alphabetical sequence, insert the entries in the columns relating to the pesticides Bromoxynil, Chlorpropham, Dimethenamid-P, Flazasulfuron, Flurtamone, Ioxynil, Mepanipyrim, Propoxycarbazone, Pyraclostrobin, Quinoxyfen and Zoxamide set out in Schedule 1 to these Regulations; and

(iii)at the end, insert the footnotes set out at the end of Schedule 1 to these Regulations.

ROSS FINNIE

A member of the Scottish Executive

St Andrew’s House,

Edinburgh

14th March 2006

Regulations 4(2)(a), 5(b) and 6(b)

SCHEDULE 1ENTRIES SUBSTITUTED OR INSERTED IN SCHEDULE 2 TO THE PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS

Group to which food belongs

Groups include the following products

Azoxystrobin

Bifenthrin

Bromoxynil

Chlorpropham

Cyromazine

Dimethenamid-P

Ethofumesate

Flazasulfuron

Flurtamone

Glyphosate (except trimesium salt)

Glyphosate (as trimesium salt)

Ioxynil

Kresoxim-methyl

Lambda-cyhalothrin

Mepanipyrim

Metalaxyl

Methomyl / thiodicarb

Propoxycarbazone

Pymetrozine

Pyraclostrobin

Quinoxyfen

Thiabendazole

Zoxamide

a

UNITS:

Maximum residue levels (MRLs) are expressed in milligrammes of residue per kilogramme of food.

KEY:

* Level at or about the limit of determination.

FOOTNOTES:

b

Offals only

c

All meat except offal

d

All meat except liver and kidney.

e

All liver.

f

Except liver and kidney of bovine animals, and kidney of swine and poultry.

g

Kidney of poultry.

h

Except liver, kidney and meat of bovine animals, and kidney of poultry.

1. FRUIT, FRESH, DRIED OR UNCOOKED, PRESERVED BY FREEZING NOT CONTAINING ADDED SUGAR: NUTS

(i)  CITRUS FRUIT

Grapefruit10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.50.50.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Lemons10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.510.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Limes10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.510.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Mandarins (inc clementines & similar hybrids)10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.510.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Oranges10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.50.50.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.50.50.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Pomelos10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.50.50.02a0.310.02a50.02a
Others10.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.50.05a0.02a0.310.02a50.02a

(ii)  TREE NUTS (shelled or unshelled)

Almonds0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Brazil nuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Cashew nuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Chestnuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Coconuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Hazelnuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Macadamia nuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Pecans0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Pine nuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Pistachios0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a10.02a0.1a0.02a
Walnuts0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a
Others0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.02a

(iii)  POME FRUIT

Apples0.05a0.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.10.01a10.20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a50.02a
Pears0.05a0.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.10.01a10.20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a50.02a
Quinces0.05a0.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.10.01a10.20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.10.01a10.20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(iv)  STONE FRUIT

Apricots0.05a0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.20.02a0.050.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Cherries0.05a0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.10.02a0.02a0.20.30.05a0.02a
Peaches (incuding nectarines & similar hybrids)0.05a0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.20.02a0.050.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Plums0.05a0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.50.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(v)  BERRIES AND SMALL FRUIT

a)Table & wine grapes

Table grapes20.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.50.05a0.05a10.2320.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a5
Wine grapes20.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.50.05a0.05a10.23110.02a0.02a210.05a5

b)Strawberries (other than wild)

20.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a10.520.50.05a0.02a0.02a0.50.30.05a0.02a

c)Cane Fruit (other than wild)

Blackberries30.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Dewberries0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Loganberries0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Raspberries30.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

d)Other small fruit & berries (other than wild)

Bilberries0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.02a
Cranberries0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.02a
Currants (red, black & white)0.05a0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a10.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.02a
Gooseberries0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a10.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.02a

e)Wild berries & wild fruit

0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(vi)  MISCELLANEOUS FRUIT

Avocados0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a150.02a
Bananas20.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.050.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a50.02a
Dates0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Figs0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Kiwi fruit0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Kumquats0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Litchis0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Mangoes0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.050.02a50.02a
Olives (table consumption)0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Olives (oil extract)0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.020.02a110.05a0.20.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Papaya0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.050.02a100.02a
Passion fruit0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Pineapples0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Pomegranates0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

2. VEGETABLES, FRESH OR UNCOOKED, FROZEN OR DRY

(i)  ROOT AND TUBER VEGETABLES

Beetroot0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Carrots0.20.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.20.05a0.02a0.01a0.10.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Cassava0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a150.02a
Celeriac0.30.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Horseradish0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.10.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Jerusalem artichokes0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Parsnips0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.20.05a0.02a0.01a0.10.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Parsley root0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Radishes0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.10.50.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Salsify0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Sweet potatoes0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a150.02a
Swedes0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Turnips0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Yams0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a150.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(ii)  BULB VEGETABLES

Garlic0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.50.05a0.02a0.02a0.20.02a0.05a0.02a
Onions0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.20.05a0.02a0.01a0.50.05a0.02a0.02a0.20.02a0.05a0.02a
Shallots0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.50.05a0.02a0.02a0.20.02a0.05a0.02a
Spring onions20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.050.01a0.20.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(iii)  FRUITING VEGETABLES

a)Solanacea

Tomatoes20.20.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.50.110.20.50.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.5
Peppers20.20.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a10.10.01a0.50.20.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Chili peppers20.20.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a10.10.01a0.50.20.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Aubergines20.20.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.50.50.01a0.05a0.50.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others20.20.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

b)Cucurbits-edible peel

Cucumbers10.10.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.50.05a0.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Gherkins10.10.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Courgettes10.10.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others10.10.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.50.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

c)Cucurbits-inedible peel

Melons0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.30.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.050.01a0.20.05a0.02a0.20.02a0.050.05a0.02a
Squashes0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.050.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.20.02a0.050.05a0.02a
Watermelons0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.30.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.050.01a0.20.05a0.02a0.20.02a0.050.05a0.02a
Others0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.20.050.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.20.02a0.050.05a0.02a

d)Sweet corn

0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.050.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(iv)  BRASSICA VEGETABLES

a)Flowering Brassicas

Broccoli0.5( 1 3 )0.2( 1 3 )0.05a0.05a0.05a ( 1 3 )0.01a0.05a ( 1 3 )0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a ( 1 3 )0.1( 1 3 )0.01a0.1( 1 3 )0.2( 1 3 )0.02a0.02a ( 1 3 )0.02a0.02a5 ( 1 3 )0.02a
Cauliflower0.50.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.10.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.50.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.10.01a0.10.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

b)Head Brassicas

Brussels sprouts0.310.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.050.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Head cabbage0.310.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a10.05a0.02a0.050.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.310.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

c)Leafy Brassicas

Chinese cabbage50.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Kale50.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.20.05a0.02a0.10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others50.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

d)Kohlrabi

0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(v)  LEAF VEGETABLES AND FRESH HERBS

a)Lettuce & similar

Cress320.05a0.05a150.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a120.02a0.05a0.02a
Lamb’s lettuce320.05a0.05a150.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a120.02a0.05a0.02a
Lettuce320.05a0.05a150.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a220.02a120.02a0.05a0.02a
Scarole3( 6 )2( 6 )0.05a0.05a15( 6 )0.01a0.05a ( 6 )0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a ( 6 )1( 6 )0.01a1( 6 )0.05a ( 6 )0.02a1( 6 )20.02a0.05a ( 6 )0.02a
Others320.05a0.05a150.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a120.02a0.05a0.02a

b)Spinach & similar

Spinach0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.50.01a0.05a20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Beet leaves (chard)0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.50.01a0.05a20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.50.01a0.05a20.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

c)Watercress

0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

d)Witloof

0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.30.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

e)Herbs

Chervil30.05a0.05a0.05a150.01a10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a120.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Chives30.05a0.05a0.05a150.01a10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a120.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Parsley30.05a0.05a0.05a150.01a10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a120.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Celery leaves30.05a0.05a0.05a150.01a10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a120.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others30.05a0.05a0.05a150.01a10.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a10.01a120.02a10.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(vi)  LEGUME VEGETABLES (fresh)

Beans (with pods)10.50.05a0.05a50.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Beans (without pods)0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Peas (with pods)0.50.10.05a0.05a50.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Peas (without pods)0.20.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.20.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(vii)  STEM VEGETABLES

Asparagus0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Cardoons0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Celery50.05a0.05a0.05a20.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.30.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Fennel0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Globe artichokes10.05a0.05a0.05a20.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Leeks0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a50.30.01a0.20.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Rhubarb0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0,05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

(viii)  FUNGI

a)Cultivated mushrooms

0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a50.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a100.02a

b)Wild mushrooms

0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a50200.05a0.05a0.50.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

3. PULSES

Beans0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a20.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.02a0.05a0.02a
Lentils0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.02a0.05a0.02a
Peas0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a100.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.02a0.05a0.02a
Others0.10.05a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.02a0.05a0.02a

4. OILSEEDS

Linseed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a100.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Peanuts0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.10.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Poppy seed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Sesame seed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Sunflower seed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a200.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Rape seed0.50.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a100.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Soya bean0.50.10.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a20100.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.10.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Mustard seed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a100.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Cotton seed0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a100.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.10.02a0.050.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a
Others0.05a0.1a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.1a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.05a0.05a

5. POTATOES

Early potatoes0.05a0.05a0.05a1010.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Ware potatoes0.05a0.05a0.05a1010.01a0.05a0.01a0.02a0.50.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a150.02a

6. TEA

(dried leaves and stalks, fermented or otherwise, Camellia sinensis)0.1a50.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a20.05a0.1a0.1a10.02a0.1a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.1a0.05a

7. HOPS (dried)

including hop pellets & unconcentrated powder20100.1a0.1a0.05a0.02a0.1a0.02a0.05a0.1a0.05a0.1a0.1a100.02a10100.05a50.05a0.50.1a0.05a

8. CEREALS

Wheat0.30.50.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a1050.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.10.02a0.05a0.02a
Rye0.30.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a1050.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.10.02a0.05a0.02a
Barley0.30.50.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a20100.05a0.05a0.050.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.20.05a0.02a
Sorghum0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a200.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Oats0.30.50.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a20100.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.30.20.05a0.02a
Triticale0.30.50.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a1050.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.10.02a0.05a0.02a
Maize0.05a0.05a0.10.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a10.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Buckwheat0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Millet0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Rice ( 1 )50.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a
Other cereals0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.05a0.01a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.1a0.05a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.01a0.05a0.05a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.02a

9. PRODUCTS OF ANIMAL ORIGIN

Meat, fat & preparations of meat ( 2 )0.05a

0.1 ( 1 6 )

0.05a ( 9 )

0.2( 3 9 )

0.05( 4 0 )

0.05a ( 4 1 )

0.05a ( 4 2 )

0.2( 3 0 )

0.05( 2 1 )0.1a

2( 1 9 )

0.2( 1 2 )

0.5( 3 1 )

0.1( 4 4 )

0.05a ( 4 3 )

0.2( 1 9 )

0.5( 1 2 )

0.2( 1 5 )

0.1( 4 4 )

0.05a ( 4 4 )

0.2( 3 9 )

0.05( 4 0 )

0.02a ( 3 4 )

0.05( 3 0 )

0.5 ( 1 7 )

0.02a ( 1 4 )

0.05a0.020.01a0.05a0.20.1
Milk ( 3 ) & Dairy produce ( 4 )0.01a0.01a0.01a0.20.02a0.1a0.1a0.10.01a0.05a0.050.05a0.020.01a0.01a0.05
Eggs ( 5 )0.05a0.01a0.20.1a0.1a0.01a0.02a0.02a0.05a0.020.01a0.05a0.02a0.01a

10. SPICES

Cumin seed0.5
Juniper seed0.5
Nutmeg0.5
Pepper, black and white0.5
Vanilla pods0.5
Others0.5

Regulation 4(2)(b)(ii)

SCHEDULE 2ENTRY INSERTED IN SCHEDULE 3 TO THE PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Group of products

Products included in the groups

Part of product to which maximum residue levels apply

10.  Spices

Cumin seed

Juniper berries

Nutmeg

Pepper, black and white

Vanilla pods

Others

Whole product

Regulations 5(a) and 6(a)

SCHEDULE 3ENTRIES SUBSTITUTED OR INSERTED IN SCHEDULE 1 TO THE PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS

Column 1 Column 2

Pesticide

Residue

Bromoxynil

bromoxynil including its esters expressed as bromoxynil

Chlorpropham

(1) for products of plant origin: except potatoes: chlorpropham and the 3-chloroaniline, expressed as chlorpropham

  • potatoes: chlorpropham

(2) for foodstuffs of animal origin: chlorpropham and 4'-hydroxychlorpropham-0-sulphonic acid (4-HSA), expressed as chlorpropham

Dimethenamid-Pdimethenamid-P including other mixtures of constituent isomers (sum of isomers)
Flazasulfuronflazasulfuron
Flurtamoneflurtamone
Glyphosate (except trimesium salt)glyphosate
Glyphosate (as trimesium salt)trimethylsulfonium cation resulting from the use of glyphosate
Ioxynilioxynil including its esters expressed as ioxynil
Mepanipyrimmepanipyrim and its metabolite (2-anilino-4-(2-hydroxy—propyl)-6-methylpyrimidine) expressed as mepanipyrim
Metalaxyl

(1) for products of plant origin: metalaxyl including other mixtures of constituent isomers including metalaxyl M (sum of isomers)

(2) for foodstuffs of animal origin: metalaxyl

Propoxycarbazonepropoxycarbazone, its salts and 2-hydroxypropoxy-propoxycarbazone, calculated as propoxycarbazone
Pyraclostrobinpyraclostrobin
Quinoxyfenquinoxyfen
Zoxamidezoxamide

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Regulations)

These Regulations, which are made under section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972, amend the Pesticides (Maximum Residue Levels in Crops, Food and Feeding Stuffs) (Scotland) Regulations 2005 (S.S.I. )2005/599 (“the principal Regulations”).

These Regulations implement Commission Directives 2005/70/EC (O.J. No. L 276, 21.10.05, p.35), 2005/74/EC (O.J. No. L 282, 26.10.05, p.9) and 2005/76/EC (O.J. No. L 293, 9.11.05, p.14).

With the exceptions of regulations 5 and 6, these Regulations come into force on 27th April 2006.

Regulation 4 makes amendments which–

(a)update the definition of “the Residues Directives” in regulation 2 of the principal Regulations;

(b)substitutes certain new maximum residue levels in Schedule 2 to the principal Regulations; these are maximum residue levels for residues of the pesticides Ethofumesate, Lambda-cyhalothrin, Methomyl/thiodicarb, Pymetrozine and Thiabendazole; and

(c)inserts a new product, “Cassava”, and a new product group “spices” in Schedule 3 to the principal Regulations.

Regulation 5 comes into force on 10th May 2006. It amends–

(a)Schedule 1 to the principal Regulations, which identifies the substances residues of which are taken into account in the measuring of residue levels for each pesticide, by replacing the residue for the pesticide Metalaxyl; and

(b)Schedule 2 to the principal Regulations, by substituting new maximum residue levels for residues of the pesticides Azoxystrobin, Bifenthrin, Cyromazine, Kresoxim-methyl and Metalaxyl.

Regulation 6 comes into force on 21st April 2007. It amends–

(a)Schedule 1 to the principal Regulations, by substituting the entry for the pesticide Glyphosate with two new entries for Glyphosate; and by inserting new entries for the pesticides Bromoxynil, Chlorpropham, Dimethenamid-P, Flazasulfuron, Flurtamone, Ioxynil, Mepanipyrim, Propoxycarbazone, Pyraclostrobin, Quinoxyfen and Zoxamide; and

(b)Schedule 2 to the principal Regulations, by substituting the column for the pesticide Glyphosate with two new columns for Glyphosate; and by inserting new columns for the pesticides Bromoxynil, Chlorpropham, Dimethenamid-P, Flazasulfuron, Flurtamone, Ioxynil, Mepanipyrim, Propoxycarbazone, Pyraclostrobin, Quinoxyfen and Zoxamide.

No Regulatory Impact Assessment has been prepared in respect of these Regulations.

(1)

1972 c. 68. Section 2(2) was amended by the Scotland 1998 (c. 46), Schedule 8, paragraph 15(3). The function conferred upon the Minister of the Crown under section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972, insofar as within devolved competence, was transferred to the Scottish Ministers by virtue of section 53 of the Scotland Act 1998.

(3)

O.J. No. L 340, 9.12.76, p.26, as last amended by Commission Directive 2005/70/EC (O.J. No. L 276, 21.10.05, p.35).

(4)

O.J. No. L 221, 7.8.86, p.37, as last amended by Commission Directive 2006/4/EC (O.J. No. L 23, 27.1.06, p.69).

(5)

O.J. No. L 221, 7.8.86, p.43, as last amended by Commission Directive 2005/70/EC (O.J. No. L 276, 21.10.05, p.35).

(6)

O.J. No. L 350, 14.12.90, p.71, as last amended by Commission Directive 2006/9/EC (O.J. No. L 22, 26.1.06, p.24).

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