Pesticide Residues in Food and Feed

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207 Cyprodinil

Functional Class
  1. Fungicide
Maximum Residue Limits for Cyprodinil
Commodity MRL Year of Adoption Symbols Note
Edible offal (mammalian) 0.01 mg/Kg 2005 (*)
Poultry, Edible offal of 0.01 mg/Kg 2005 (*)
Wheat 0.5 mg/Kg 2005
Strawberry 2 mg/Kg 2005
Eggs 0.01 mg/Kg 2005 (*)
Almond hulls 0.05 mg/Kg 2005 (*)
Pear 1 mg/Kg 2005
Cucumber 0.2 mg/Kg 2005
Onion, Bulb 0.3 mg/Kg 2005
Milks 0.0004 mg/Kg 2005 (*) F The MRL is calculated as 4% of the LOQ for milk fat (0.01 mg/kg). Milk fat is the fraction of the milk that is analyzed (JMPR 2003).
Tomato 0.5 mg/Kg 2005
Raspberries, Red, Black 0.5 mg/Kg 2005
Almonds 0.02 mg/Kg 2005 (*)
Lettuce, Leaf 10 mg/Kg 2005
Meat (from mammals other than marine mammals) 0.01 mg/Kg 2005 (*) (fat)
Apple 0.05 mg/Kg 2005
Wheat bran, Unprocessed 2 mg/Kg 2005
Poultry meat 0.01 mg/Kg 2005 (*) (fat)
Stone fruits 2 mg/Kg 2005
Dried grapes (=currants, raisins and sultanas) 5 mg/Kg 2005
Beans, except broad bean and soya bean 0.5 mg/Kg 2005
Grapes 3 mg/Kg 2005
Barley 3 mg/Kg 2005
Egg plant 0.2 mg/Kg 2005
Squash, summer 0.2 mg/Kg 2005
Peppers, Sweet (including pimento or pimiento) 0.5 mg/Kg 2005
Straw and fodder (dry) of cereal grains 10 mg/Kg 2005
Lettuce, Head 10 mg/Kg 2005
Prunes 5 mg/Kg 2005
(*)

At or about the limit of determination.

(fat)

(for meat) The MRL/EMRL applies to the fat of meat.

F

(for milks) The residue is fat soluble and MRLs for milk products are derived as explained in "Codex Maximum Residue Limits/Extraneous Maximum Residue Limits for Milk and Milk Products".


Other information
JMPR-related information

ADI/PTDI 0-0.03 mg/kg body weight (2003)
Residue definition For plant and animal commodities for compliance with MRLs and for estimation of dietary intake: cyprodinil. The residue is fat soluble

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