Pesticide Residues in Food and Feed

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229 Azoxystrobin

Functional Class
  1. Acaricide
Maximum Residue Limits for Azoxystrobin
Commodity MRL Year of Adoption Symbols Note
Poultry, Edible offal of 0.01 mg/Kg 2009 (*)
Milks 0.01 mg/Kg 2009
Poultry meat 0.01 mg/Kg 2009 (*)
Asparagus 0.01 mg/Kg 2009 (*)
Eggs 0.01 mg/Kg 2009 (*)
Tree nuts 0.01 mg/Kg 2009
Coffee beans 0.02 mg/Kg 2012
Maize 0.02 mg/Kg 2009
Milk fats 0.03 mg/Kg 2009
Meat (from mammals other than marine mammals) 0.05 mg/Kg 2009 (fat)
Edible offal (mammalian) 0.07 mg/Kg 2009
Maize oil, Edible 0.1 mg/Kg 2009
Ginseng 0.1 mg/Kg 2012
Wheat 0.2 mg/Kg 2009
Rye 0.2 mg/Kg 2009
Triticale 0.2 mg/Kg 2009
Peanut 0.2 mg/Kg 2009
Papaya 0.3 mg/Kg 2009
Witloof chicory (sprouts) 0.3 mg/Kg 2009
Sunflower seed 0.5 mg/Kg 2009
Soya bean (dry) 0.5 mg/Kg 2009
Ginseng, dried including red ginseng 0.5 mg/Kg 2012
Barley 0.5 mg/Kg 2009
Cranberry 0.5 mg/Kg 2009
Oats 0.5 mg/Kg 2009
Mango 0.7 mg/Kg 2009
Cotton seed 0.7 mg/Kg 2009
Fruiting vegetables, Cucurbits 1 mg/Kg 2009
Pistachio nuts 1 mg/Kg 2009
Root and tuber vegetables 1 mg/Kg 2009
Banana 2 mg/Kg 2009
Grapes 2 mg/Kg 2009
Plantain 2 mg/Kg 2009
Stone fruits 2 mg/Kg 2009
Lettuce, Leaf 3 mg/Kg 2009
Legume vegetables 3 mg/Kg 2009
Fruiting vegetables other than cucurbits 3 mg/Kg 2009 Except mushrooms and sweet corn
Lettuce, Head 3 mg/Kg 2009
Berries and other small fruits 5 mg/Kg 2009 Except cranberry, grapes and strawberry
Artichoke, Globe 5 mg/Kg 2009
Celery 5 mg/Kg 2009
Rice 5 mg/Kg 2009
Brassica (Cole or Cabbage) Vegetables, Head Cabbage, Flowerhead Brassicas 5 mg/Kg 2009
Almond hulls 7 mg/Kg 2009
Bulb vegetables 10 mg/Kg 2009
Strawberry 10 mg/Kg 2009
Citrus fruits 15 mg/Kg 2009
Straw and fodder (dry) of cereal grains 15 mg/Kg 2009
Peppers Chili, dried 30 mg/Kg 2009
Peanut fodder 30 mg/Kg 2009
Hops, Dry 30 mg/Kg 2009
Maize fodder (dry) 40 mg/Kg dry wt
Herbs 70 mg/Kg 2009
Soya bean fodder 100 mg/Kg 2009
Dried herbs 300 mg/Kg 2009 Except hops (dry)
(*)

At or about the limit of determination.

(fat)

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

dry wt

Dry Weight.


Other information
JMPR-related information

ADI/PTDI 0-0.2 mg/kg body weight 2011
Residue definition Definition of the residue (for compliance with the MRL and for estimation of dietary intake) for plant and animal commodities: azoxystrobin. The residue is fat soluble.

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