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    The listing below identifies the pending conventional new chemical actions which have been received by the U.S. EPA's Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) under the Pesticide Registration Improvement Act (PRIA) of 2003 and the Pesticide Registration Improvement Renewal Act (PRIRA or PRIA II) signed on October 9; 2007 . This listing will be updated as registration decisions on these actions are made and additional conventional new chemical submissions are received. For some chemicals listed below the Agency is currently in the process of determining schedules for review for these actions. The OPP Expected Completion defaults to the quarter in which the PRIA Due Date falls, although it is likely a decision will be reached prior to the PRIA due date. As the review schedules are finalized, the work plan will be updated to reflect these changes. Work-sharing arrangements with other regulatory agencies and Agency priorities such as reduced risk, methyl bromide alternative, and OP alternative actions are indicated in the "Comments" column. Under PRIA, reduced risk registration actions receive an expedited time frame for review.

     

     

     

     

    New Chemical Candidates

    Chemical
    Pesticide Type
    Uses
    PRIA Due Date
    OPP Expected Completion
    Registrant
    Comments
    Fiscal Year 2013
    Propineb Fungicide

    Banana Bulb VegetableCitrusCucurbits Fruiting Veg Grape; Olive;Pome fruit; Tropical Fruit

    2/5/13
     
    Bayer Cropscience LP

    Withdrawn 1/17/13

     

    Pyrazachlor (CMNP)

    Fungicide

    Citrus

     2/1/13

     
    Florida Dept of Citrus

    Withdrawn 1/25/13

    Picoxystrobin

    Herbicide

    Barley Corn; field; refined oil; Dried shelled pea and bean; Eggs; Foliage of legume veg.; Forage; Fodder and Straw of Cereal Grains; Grain; Aspirated FractionsGrain; cereal; group 15; except rice and barley; Rapeseed 

    11/30/12
     
    DuPont

    Registered11/30/2012
    Tolerances Published 12/5/2012
    Pyrifluquinazon Insecticide Non-food Greenhouse Use
    1/10/13 
     
    Nichino
    Registered 1/3/13
    Tolclofos-methyl Fungicide Brassica Leafy Vegetables; Bulb Vegetables; Cereal Grains (ex. rice); Cucurbits; Fruiting Vegetables; Grass Forage; Fodder & Hay; Herbs & Spices; Leafy Vegetables; Non-Grass Animal Feeds; Oilseed Crops; Root & Tuber Vegetables (crop uses seed treatment; non-food) Ornamentals; Conifers
    1/11/13 
     
    Valent
    Registered 1/11/13
    alpha-Cypermethrin Insecticide Alfalfa; Beet; sugar (roots; tops); Citrus; Corn (field; pop; sweet); Cotton; Cucurbit Vegetables; Edible-podded Legume Vegetables; Fruiting Vegetables; Head & Stem Brassica Leafy Vegetables; Leafy Vegetables; Pea & Bean; dried; shelled (ex. soybean); Pea & Bean; succulent; shelled; Rice; Root & Tuber Vegetables; Soybean; Tree Nuts; Wheat
     1/25/13
     
    BASF
    Registered 1/24/132
    Tolerances Published 2/1/13
    Fenpyrazamine Insecticide Almond; Grape; Strawberry; Lettuce (head and leaf); Low Growing Berry; Ornamentals; Small Fruit Vine Climbing (ex. fuzzy kiwi fruit)
    4/11/13
     
    Valent
    Registered 3/11/13
    Tolerances Published 3/6/13
    Fenpyrazamine Insecticide Ginseng; Pistachio; Caneberry; Bushberry
    4/11/13
     
    IR-4 (Valent)
    Registered 3/11/13
    Tolerances Published 3/6/13
    Almond
    3/12/13
    Sulfoxaflor Insecticide Almond;Barley; Beet; Sugar (dried pulp and molasses); Cauliflower; Citrus Fruit;Cucurbit veg.; Legume Vegetables; Fruiting Vegetable; Grain; Aspirated Fractions; Grape (raisin tolerance); Head and stem Brassica; Leaf petioles; Leafy Brassica greens; Leafy greens; Leaves of Root and Tuber Veg. (Human Food or Animal Feed); Low growing berry; Onion; Pome Fruit; Rapeseed; Root and Tuber Veg. Small fruit vine climbing  ex. fuzzy kiwifruit; Stone Fruits; Tree Nuts; WatercressWheat

    5/17/13 
     
    Dow Agro
    Global Review
    Registered 5/6/13
    Cyantraniliprole Insecticide Bushberries; Citrus; Cotton; Oilseed Crops; Pome Fruit; Stone Fruit; Tree Nuts; Bulb Vegetables; Tuberous and Corm Vegetables; Cucurbit Vegetables; Fruiting Vegetables; Brassica Leafy Vegetables; Leafy (non-Brassica) Vegetables; Fly Bait; Indoor & outdoor Insect Control
    8/12/13
    3rd Quarter
    Dupont Summit
    Global Review; Reduced Risk
    Demiditraz Insecticide Pet Product Use
    8/15/13
    3rd Quarter
    Pfizer
     

    Kasugamycin

    Fungicide

    Fruiting Vegetables;Pome fruit; Walnuts

    9/1/13

    4th Quarter
    Lifescience
    Public Process
     
    Chemical
    Pesticide Type
    Uses
    PRIA Due Date
    OPP Expected Completion
    Registrant
    Comments
    Fiscal Year 2014
    Ethaboxam Fungicide Cereal Grain (ex. rice); Legume Vegetables (ex cowpea; field pea); Rapeseed
    11/15/13
    1st Quarter
    Valent
     
    Fenpropidin Fungicide Banana (import tol)
    11/10/13
    1st Quarter
    Syngenta
     
    Proquinazid Fungicide Grape (import tol)
    10/12/13
    1st Quarter
    DuPont
     
    Cyflumetofen Insecticide Citrus; Grape; Pome Fruit; Strawberry; Tomato; Tree Nuts
    1/25/14
    2nd Quarter
    BASF
    Global Review
    Fluensulfone Nematicide Cucurbits; Fruiting Vegetables
    5/7/14
    3rd Quarter
    Makhteshim Chemical Works LTD
    Global Review
    Flupyradifurone Insecticide Soybean (seed treatment)
    4/30/14
    3rd Quarter
    Bayer Cropscience LP
     
         
    Chemical
    Pesticide Type
    Uses
    PRIA Due Date
    OPP Expected Completion
    Registrant
    Comments
    Fiscal Year 2015
    Alphachloralose

    Rodenticide Rodenticide use (non-food)

    11/14/14

    1st Quarter

    LODI Group

     
    Benzovindiflupyr (Solatenol)

    Fungicide

    Apple; Barley; Blueberry; Corn; Cottonseed; Cucurbit veg.; Dried shelled pea and bean (ex. soybean); Fruiting Vegetable; Grape; Peanut; Pome Fruit; Rapeseed; Soybean; Tuberous and corm veg.; Wheat

    12/18/14

    1st Quarter

    Syngenta

     
    Halauxifen-methyl

    Herbicide Barley; triticale (not underseeded with legumes); Wheat
    10/9/14
    1st Quarter
    Dow AgroScience
     
    Momfluorothrin ( S-1563)

    Insecticide indoor/outdoor residential nonfood use
    10/31/14
    1st Quarter
    Sumitomo
     
    Benalaxyl-M

    Fungicide

    Corn; Grape; Soybean; Tomato; Wheat

    3/30/15

    2nd Quarter

    Isagro

     
    Isofetamid

    Fungicide

    Almond; Berry; low growing; Lettuce (head & leaf); Rapeseed; Small Fruit; vine climbing
    2/12/15

    2nd Quarter

    ISK Biosciences

     
    1As of October 1; 2009; the public can review and comment on the risk assessments and proposed registration decisions for certain pesticide registration actions. This new public process; which expands the transparency of the Agency's pesticide registration decisions; applies to new pesticide active ingredients; and to the first food use; first outdoor use; and first residential use for currently registered active ingredients.
    2 The Agency does not register a food use pesticide product without first having a legally enforceable residue level (tolerance) established for residues of the pesticide on that food. In situations where the tolerance has not yet published in the Federal Register; the signed tolerance document is made available to the registrant and State partners.
     
     



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