Pesticide Residues in Food and Feed

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175 Glufosinate-Ammonium

Functional Class
  1. Herbicide
Maximum Residue Limits for Glufosinate-Ammonium
Commodity MRL Year of Adoption Symbols Note
Almond hulls 0.5 mg/Kg 2003
Asparagus 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Assorted tropical and sub-tropical fruits - inedible peel 0.05 mg/Kg 2003 (*) Except banana
Banana 0.2 mg/Kg 1997
Berries and other small fruits 0.1 mg/Kg 1997 Except currants
Broad bean (dry) 2 mg/Kg 1997
Carrot 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Citrus fruits 0.1 mg/Kg 1997
Common bean (dry) 2 mg/Kg 1997
Common bean (pods and/or immature seeds) 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Corn salad 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Currants, Black, Red, White 0.5 mg/Kg 1997
Edible offal (mammalian) 0.1 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Eggs 0.05 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Maize 0.1 mg/Kg 1997
Maize fodder (dry) 10 mg/Kg 2003
Meat (from mammals other than marine mammals) 0.05 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Milks 0.02 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Onion, Bulb 0.05 mg/Kg 1997
Peas (dry) 3 mg/Kg 1997
Pome fruits 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Potato 0.5 mg/Kg 1997
Poultry meat 0.05 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Poultry, Edible offal of 0.1 mg/Kg 2003 (*)
Rape seed 5 mg/Kg 1997
Rape seed oil, Crude 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Soya bean (dry) 2 mg/Kg 2003
Stone fruits 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Sugar beet 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Sunflower seed 5 mg/Kg 1997
Sunflower seed oil, crude 0.05 mg/Kg 1997 (*)
Tree nuts 0.1 mg/Kg 2003
(*)

At or about the limit of determination.


Other information
JMPR-related information

ADI/PTDI 0-0.01 mg/kg body weight (1999; for glufosinate-ammonium, 3-[hydroxy(methyl)phosphinoyl]propionic acid and N-acetyl-glufosinate, alone or in combination)
Residue definition Definition of the residue for compliance with MRL and estimation of dietary intake (for animal and plant commodities): sum of glufosinate, 3-[hydroxy(methyl)phosphinoyl]propionic acid (MPP) and N-acetyl-glufosinate (NAG), calculated as glufosinate (free acid). The residue is not fat soluble.

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