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(6) Oranges, citrus citron, grapefruit, (21) Pecans, almonds, brazil nuts, kumquats, lemons, limes, tangelos, bush nuts, butternuts, chestnuts, filberts, tangerines.

hazelnuts, hickory nuts, walnuts. (7) Mangoes, persimmons.

(22) Field corn, popcorn, sweet corn (8) Peaches, apricots, nectarines. (each in grain form).

(9) Beans, peas, soybeans (each in dry (23) Milo, sorghum (each in grain form).

form), (10) Beans, peas, soybeans (each in (24) Wheat, barley, oats, rice, rye succulent form).

(each in grain form). (11) Broccoli, brussels sprouts, caull. (25) Clovers, alfalfa, cowpea hay, les flower, kohlrabi.

pedeza, lupines, peanut bay, pea-vine (12) Cantaloups, honeydew melons, bay, soybean bay, vetch. muskmelons, pumpkins, watermelons, (26) Corn forage, sorghum forage. winter squash.

(27) Sugarcane, cane sorghum. (13) Carrots, garden beets, sugar (f) It may be possible to make a rebeets, horseradish, parsnips, radishes, liable estimate of negligible residues of rutabagas, salsify roots, turnips.

pesticide chemicals to be expected on (14) Celery, fennel.

each commodity in a designated group(15) Cucumbers, summer squash. ing on the basis of data on a representa

(16) Lettuce, endive (escarole), Chi. tive number of commodities listed in the nese cabbage, salsify tops.

following designated groups. Tolerances (17) Onions, garlic, leeks, shallots

for negligible residues will be established (green, or in dry bulb form).

on the group as a whole following the

certification of usefulness (pursuant to (18) Potatoes, Jerusalem-artichokes,

section 408(1) of the act) on the group as sweetpotatoes, yams.

a whole. This does not affect this (19) Spinach, beet tops, collards, dan

Agency's requirements for data for regdelion, kale, mustard greens, parsley, istration of labels for each commodity. Swiss chard, turnip tops, watercress. Commodities not listed are not con

(20) Tomatoes, eggplants, peppers, sidered as included in the groupings for pimentos.

the purpose of this paragraph. Group

Commodities therein Citrus fruits.-

Citrus citron, grapefruit, kumquats, lemons, limes, oranges,

tangelos, tangerines, and hybrids of these. Cucurbits

Cantaloups, casabas, crenshaws, cucumbers, honey balls,

honeydew melons, melons, melon hybrids, muskmelons, Persian melons, pumpkins, summer squash, watermelons

and their hybrids, winter squash. Forage grasses-

Any grasses (either green or cured) that will be fed to or

grazed by livestock, all pasture and range grasses, all grasses grown for hay or silage, corn grown for fodder or sllage, sorghum grown for hay or sllage, small grains

grown for hay, grazing, or sllage. Forage legumes.--

Any crop belonging to the family Leguminosae that is

grown for forage (hay, grazing, sllage, etc.), alfalfa, beans (for forage), clovers, cowpeas (for forage), cowpea hay, lespedezas, peanuts (for forage), peanut hay, peas (for forage), pea vine hay, trefoil, velvet beans (for for

age), vetch, soybeans (for forage), soybean hay. Fruiting vegetables --

Egg plants, peppers, pimentos, tomatoes. Grain crops--

Any crop belonging to the family Graminae that produces

mature seed that are used for food or feed, barley, buckwheat, corn (field corn, sweet corn, and popcorn), milo,

oats, rice, rye, sorghums (grain), wheat. Leafy vegetables --

Anise (fresh leaf and stock only), beet greens (tops).

broccoli, broccoli raab, brussels sprouts, cabbage, caullflower, celery, Chinese cabbage, collards, dandelion, endive, escarole, fennel, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard greens, parsely, rhubarb, salsify tops, spinach, sugar beet

tops, Swiss chard, turnip greens (tops), watercress. Nuts

Almonds, Brazil nuts, bush nuts, butternuts, cashews,

chestnuts, Alberts, hazelnuts, hickory nuts, macadamla nuts, pecans, walnuts.

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Commodities therein
Pome fruits..

Apples, crabapples, pears, quinces.
Poultry

Chickens, ducks, geese, guinea, pheasant, pigeons, quall,

turkeys. Root crop vegetables...

Beets, carrots, chicory, garlic, green onions, horseradish,

Jerusalem artichokes, leeks, onions, parsnips, potatoes, radishes, rutabagas, salsify, shallots, spring onions, sugar,

beets, sweetpotatoes, turnips, yams. Seed and pod vegetables... Black-eyed peas, cowpeas, dill, edible soybeans, field beans,

field peas, garden peas, green beans, kidney beans, uma beans, Davy beans, okra, peas, pole beans, snap beans, string beans, wax beans, other beans and peas (except

dried beans and peas). Small fruits....

Blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, cranberries, cur

rants, dewberries, elderberries, gooseberries, grapes,

buckleberries, loganberries, raspberries. Stone fruit...

Apricots, cherries (sour and sweet), damsons, nectarinos,

pawpaws, peaches, plums, prunes. Stored commodities other than Cottonseed, dried beans (all), dried peas (all), bay, peanuts.

fruits, grain, and vegetables. Stored fruits and vegetables.--- Same crops as specified in this list for cucurbits, fruits,

nuts, and vegetables. Stored grain.-

Same crops as specified in this list for grain crops. $ 180.35 Tests for potentiation.

(c) The analytical methods to be used Experiments have shown that certain

for determining whether pesticide restcholinesterase-inhibiting pesticides when

dues, including negligible residues, in or

on raw agricultural commodities are in fed together to test animals are more toxic than the sum of their individual

compliance with the tolerances estab

lished in this Part 180 are identified toxicities when fed separately. One substance potentiates the toxicity of the

among the methods contained or refer

enced in the Food and Drug Administraother. Important toxicological inter

tion's “Pesticide Analytical Manual" actions also have been observed between

which is available from the Food and pesticides and other substances. Wher

Drug Administration, Department of ever there is reason to believe that a pes

Health, Education, and Welfare, 200 C ticide chemical for which a tolerance is

Street SW., Washington, D.C. 20204. proposed may interact with other pesticide chemicals or other substances to $ 180.102 Sesone; tolerances for resiwhich man is exposed, it may be neces

dues. sary to require special experimental

The following tolerances are estabdata regarding potentiation capacities lished for residues of the herbicide sesone to evaluate the safety of the proposed

(sodium 2,4-dichlorophenoxyethyl sultolerance. This necessarily will be deter

fate) in or on the raw agricultural commined on a case-by-case basis.

modities indicated: Subpart C-Specific Tolerances 6 parts per million in or on potatoes,

peanuts, peanut hulls, peanut hay. $ 180.101 Specific tolerances; general

2 parts per million in or on asparagus, provisions.

strawberries. (a) The tolerances established for pesticide chemicals in this Subpart C $ 180.103 Captan; tolerances for resiapply to residues resulting from their

dues. application prior to harvest or slaughter, Tolerances for residues of the fungiunless otherwise stated. Tolerances are

cide captan (N-trichloromethylthio-4expressed in terms of parts by weight of

cyclohexene-1,2-dicarboximide) in or on the pesticide chemical per one million

the raw agricultural commodities from parts by weight of the raw agricultural commodity.

preharvest and postharvest uses or com(b) The poisonous and deleterious

binations of such uses are established substances for which tolerances are es

as follows: tablished by the regulations in this Sub- 100 parts per million in or on beet part Care named by their common names

greens, cherries, lettuce, spinach. wherever practicable, otherwise by their 50 parts per million in or on apricots, chemical names.

celery, grapes, leeks, mangoes, nectarines,

onions (green), peaches, plums (fresh prunes), shallots.

25 parts per million in or on apples, avocados, blackberries, blueberries (huckleberries), cantaloups, crabapples, cranberries, cucumbers, dewberries, eggplants, garlic, honeydew melons, muskmelons, onions (dry bulb), pears, peppers, pimentos, pumpkins, quinces, raspberries, rhubarb, strawberries, summer squash, tomatoes, watermelons, winter squash.

2 parts per million in or on beets (roots), broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, collards, cottonseed, kale, mustard greens, peas (dry and succulent), rutabagas (roots), soybeans (dry and succulent), sweet corn (kernels plus cob with husk removed), turnip greens, turnips (roots). Also, the following tolerances for residues of captan are established on an interim basis pending evaluation of new data to be presented to the Food and Drug Administration before January 1, 1970, on the transmission of such residues to meat, milk, and eggs from feeding cattle or poultry with raw agricultural commodities or their byproducts when such commodities have been treated with captan:

100 parts per million in or on almond hulls.

25 parts per million in or on beans (dry and succulent), grapefruit, lemons, limes, oranges, pineapples, potatoes, tangerines.

2 parts per million in or on almonds.

0.25 part per million in or on taro (corm). (36 FR 22540, Nov. 25, 1971, as amended at 38 FR 2687, Jan. 29, 1973) $ 180.104 Heptachlor and heptachlor

epoxide; tolerances for residues. Tolerances for total residues of the insecticide heptachlor (1,4,5,6,7,8,8-heptachloro-3a,4,7,7a-tetrahydro-4,7-methanoindene) and its oxidation product heptachlor epoxide (1,4,5,6,7,8,8-heptachloro - 2,3 - epoxy - 2,3,3a,4,7,7a - hexa. hydro-4,7-methanoindene) from application of heptachlor in or on raw agricultural commodities are established as follows:

0.1 part per million in or on cabbage, lettuce, rutabagas, snap beans.

Zero in or on alfalfa, apples, barley, beets (including sugar beets), black-eyed peas, brussels sprouts, carrots, cauliflower, cherries, clover, corn, cottonseed, cowpeas, grain sorghum (milo), grapes, grass (pasture and range), kohlrabi,

lima beans, meat, milk, oats, onions, peaches, peanuts, peas, pineapple, potatoes, radishes, rye, sugarcane, Sweet clover, sweetpotatoes, tomatoes, turnips (including tops), wheat. $ 180.105 Derneton; tolerances for resi

dues. Tolerances for residues of the insecticide demeton (a mixture of 0,0-diethyl O(and S)-2-(ethylthio) ethyl phosphorothioates) in or on raw agricultural commodities are established as follows:

12 parts per million in or on alfalfa hay, clover hay.

5 parts per million in or on almond hulls, barley (green fodder and straw), fresh alfalfa, fresh clover, oats (green fodder and straw), sugar beet tops, and wheat (green fodder and straw).

1.25 parts per million in or on grapes, hops.

0.75 part per million in or on almonds, apples, apricots, barley grain, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, celery, cottonseed, filberts, grapefruit, lemons, lettuce, muskmelons, nectarines, oat grain, oranges, peaches, pears, peas, pecans, peppers, plums (fresh prunes), potatoes, strawberries, tomatoes, walnuts, wheat grain.

0.5 part per million in or on sugar beets.

0.3 part per million in or on beans, eggplants.

0.2 part per million in or on sorghum grain, sorghum forage. § 180.106 Diuron; tolerances for resi.

dues. Tolerances for residues of the herbicide diuron (3-(3,4-dichlorophenyl)-1,1dimethylurea) in or on raw agricultural commodities are established as follows:

7 parts per million in or on asparagus, Bermuda grass and Bermuda grass hay.

2 parts per million in or on alfalfa; corn fodder or forage (including sweet corn, field corn, and popcorn); grass crops (other than Bermuda grass); grass hay (other than Bermuda grass hay); hay, forage, and straw of barley, oats, rye, and wheat; hay and forage of birdsfoot trefoil, clover, peas, and vetch; peppermint hay, sorghum fodder and forage.

1 part per million in or on apples, artichokes, barley grain, blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, citrus fruits, corn in grain or ear form (including sweet corn, field corn, popcorn), cottonseed, currents, dewberries, gooseberries, grapes, huckleberries, loganberries, oat

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grain, olives, pears, peas, pineapple, potatoes, raspberries, rye grain, sorghum grain, sugarcane, vetch (seed), wheat grain.

1 part per million in or on meat, fat, and meat byproducts of cattle, goats, hogs, horses, and sheep.

.05 part per million in or on papayas.

0.1 part per million (negligible residue) in or on bananas, nuts, and peaches. 136 FR 22540, Nov. 25, 1971, as amended at 37 FR 23334, Nov. 21, 1972; 38 FR 2687, Jan. 29, 1973) $180.107 Aramite; tolerances for resi

dues. A tolerance of zero is established for residues of the insecticide Aramite (2(p-tert-butylphenoxy)-isopropyl-2-chloroethyl sulfite) in or on each of the following raw agricultural commodities: Alfalfa, apples, blueberries, cantaloups, celery, cucumbers, grapefruit, grapes, green beans,

muskmelons, oranges, peaches, pears, plums, raspberries, soybeans (whole plant), strawberries, sweet corn (kernels) and forage thereof, tomatoes, watermelons. $ 180.108 [Reserved] § 180.109 Ethyl 4,4'-dichlorobenzilate;

tolerances for residues. Tolerances for residues of the Insecticlde ethyl 4,4'-dichlorobenzilate (Chlorobenzilate) are established in or on raw agricultural commodities as follows:

15 parts per million in or on almond hulls.

5 parts per million in or on apples, citrus fruits, melons, pears.

0.5 part per million in on cottonseed and meat, fat, and meat byproducts of cattle and sheep.

0.2 part per million in or on almonds, walnuts. $ 180.110 Maneb; tolerances for resi.

dues. Tolerances for residues of the fungicide maneb (manganous ethylenebisdithiocarbamate), calculated as zinc ethylenebisdithiocarbamate, are established in or on raw agricultural commodities, as follows:

45 parts per million in or on sugar beet tops.

15 parts per million in or on bananas, of which not more than 2 parts per million shall be in the pulp after peel is removed and discarded. The tolerance applies to accumulative residues from both preharvest and postharvest use.

10 parts per million in or on apricots, beans (succulent form), broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, Chinese cabbage, collards, endive (escarole), kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, mustard greens, nectarines, papayas, peaches, rhubarb, spinach, turnip tops.

7 parts per million in or on apples, beans (dry form), carrots, cranberries, eggplants, figs, grapes, onions, peppers, pumpkins, turnip roots.

5 parts in or on celery and sweet corn (kernels plus cob with husk removed).

4 parts per million in or on bananas (not more than 0.5 part per million shall be in the pulp after peel is removed and discarded (preharvest application only), cucumbers, melons, summer squash, tomatoes, and winter squash.

2 parts per million in or on apples.

0.1 part per million in or on alraonds, potatoes. (36 FR 22540, Nov. 25, 1971, as amended at 37 FR 13695, July 13, 1972; 37 FR 14783, July 25, 1972; 37 FR 19134, Sept. 9, 1972; 38 FR 4394, Feb. 14, 1973] $ 180.111 Malathion; tolerances for

residues. Tolerances are established for residues of the insecticide malathion (0,0-dimethyl dithiophosphate of diethyl mercaptosuccinate) in or on raw agricultural commodities as follows:

From preharvest application: 135 parts per million in or on alfalfa, clover, cowpea forage and hay, grass, grass hay, lespedeza hay and straw, lupine hay and straw, peanut forage and hay, soybean forage and hay, and vetch hay and straw.

From preharvest application: 50 parts per million in or on almond hulls.

From preharvest application: 8 parts per million in or on apples, apricots, asparagus, avocados, beans, beets (including tops), blackberries, blueberries, boysenberries, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cherries, collards, corn forage, cranberries, cucumbers, currants, dandelions, dates, dewberries, eggplants, endive (escarole), figs, garlic, gooseberries, grapefruit, grapes, guavas, horseradish, kale, kohlrabi, kumquats, leeks, lemons, lentils, lespedeza seed, lettuce, limes, loganberries, lupine seed, mangos, melons, mushrooms, mustard greens, nectarines, okra, onions (including green onions), oranges, parsley, parsnips, passion fruit, peaches, pears, peas, peavines, peavine hay, pecans, peppermint, peppers, pine

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apples, plums, potatoes, prunes, pumpkins, quinces, radishes, raspberries, rutabagas, salsify (including tops), shallots, sorghum forage, soybeans (dry and succulent), spearmint, spinach, squash (both summer and winter), strawberries, sugar beets (tops), Swiss chard, tangerines, tomatoes, turnips (including tops), vetch seed, walnuts, and watercress.

From preharvest and postharvest application: 8 parts per million in or on almonds, peanuts, and the grains of barley, oats, rice, rye, sorghum, and wheat.

From postharvest application: 8 parts per million in or on corn grain.

From preslaughter application: 4 parts per million in or on meat, fat, and meat byproducts from cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry, or sheep; the tolerance level shall not be exceeded in any cut of meat or in any meat byproduct from cattle, goats, hogs, horses, poultry, or sheep.

From preharvest application: 2 parts per million in or on corn (kernels plus cob with husk removed) and cottonseed.

From preharvest application: 1 part per million in or on chestnuts, filberts, hops, macadamia nuts, papayas, sugar beets (roots), and sweetpotatoes.

From preharvest application: 0.2 part per million in or on safflower seed.

From application to dairy cows: 0.5 part per million in milk fat reflecting negligible residues in milk.

From application to poultry: 0.1 part per million in eggs. Where tolerances are established in this section for residues of malathion from both preharvest and postharvest application to the same commodity, the accumulative residues on the commodity from both shall not exceed the tolerance for residues from postharvest application. & 180.112 Sulphenone (p-chlorophenyl

phenyl sulfone); tolerances for

residues. A tolerance of 8 parts per million for residues of the insecticide Sulphenone (p-chlorophenyl phenyl sulfone) is established in or on each of the following raw agricultural commodities: Apples, peaches, pears. 180.113 Allethrin (allyl homolog of

cinerin I); tolerances for residues. Tolerances are established for residues of the insecticide allethrin (allyl homolog of cinerin I) as follows:

4 parts per million from postharvest use in or on the following raw agricul. tural commodities: Apples, blackberries, blueberries (huckleberries), boysenberries, cherries, crabapples, currants, dewberries, figs, gooseberries, grapes, guavas, loganberries, mangoes, muskmelons, oranges, peaches, pears, pineapples, plums (fresh prunes), raspberries, tomatoes.

2 parts per million from postharvest use in or on the following grains: Bar. ley, corn, grain sorghum, milo, oats, rye, wheat. | 180.114 Ferbam; tolerances for resi

dues. Tolerances for residues of the fungicide ferbam (ferric dimethyldithiocarbamate), calculated as zinc ethylenebisdi. thiocarbamate, in or on raw agricultural commodities are established as follows:

17 parts per million in or on apples, apricots, asparagus, beans, beets (with or without tops) or beet greens alone, blackberries, blueberries (huckleberries), boysonberries, broccoli, brussels sprouts, cabbage, carrots, cauliflower, celery, cherries, citrus fruits, collards, corn, cranberries, cucumbers, currants, dates, dewberries, eggplants, gooseberries, grapes, guavas, kale, kohlrabi, lettuce, loganberries, mangoes, melons, mustard greens, nectarines, onions, papayas, peaches, peanuts, pears, peas, peppers, plums (fresh prunes), pumpkins, quinces, radishes (with or without tops) or radish tops, raspberries, rutabagas (with or without tops), or rutabaga tops, spinach, squash, strawberries, summer squash, tomatoes, turnips (with or without tops) or turnip greens, youngberries.

0.1 part per million in or on almonds. $ 180.115 Zineb; tolerances for residues.

Tolerances for residues of the fungicide zineb (zinc ethylenebisdithiocarbamate) in or on raw agricultural commodities are established as follows:

60 parts per million in or on hops.

25 parts per million in or on beet tops, Chinese cabbage, collards, romaine, and Swiss chard.

parts per million in or on endive (escarole), kale, lettuce, mustard greens, and spinach. 17 parts per million in

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1 Some of these tolerances were established on the basis of data acquired at the public hearings held in 1950 (formerly $ 180.101) and the remainder were established on the

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