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Rapport 5 − 2008 Part 2

NATIONAL FOOD

ADMINISTRATION, Sweden

LIVSMEDELS

VERKET

The Swedish Monitoring

of Pesticide Residues in Food

of Plant Origin: 2007

Part 2: Report to Commission and EFSA

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Produktion:

Livsmedelsverket, Box 622

SE-751 26 Uppsala, Sweden

Teknisk redaktör:

Merethe Andersen

Tryck: KPH Trycksaksbolaget AB

Uppsala 2009-02-25

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Rapporter som utgivits 2007

1. Algtoxiner i avsaltat dricksvatten.

2. Nationellt tillsynsprojekt 2006 om livsmedelsmärkning.

3. Indikatorer för bra matvanor av W Becker.

4. Proficiency Testing – Food Microbiology, January 2007 by C Normark and K Mykkänen.

5. Proficiency Testing − Food Chemistry, Nutritional Components of Food, Round N-39

by L Merino and M Åström.

6. Nutrient Analysis of Dairy Foods and Vegetarian Dishes by M Arnemo, S Johansson,

L Jorhem, I Mattisson, S Wretling and C Åstrand.

7. Proficiency Testing − Food Chemistry, Trace Elements in Food, Round T−14 by C Åstrand

and L Jorhem.

8. Riskprofil − Yersinia enterocolitica av S Thisted Lambertz.

9. Riskvärdering av persistenta klorerade och bromerade miljöföroreningar i livsmedel av E Ankar-

berg, M A, G Concha, P O Darnerud, A Glynn, S Lignell och A Törnkvist.

10. Riskvärdering av metylkvicksilver i fisk av K Petersson- Grawé, G Concha och E Ankarberg.

11. Risk assessment of non-developmental health effects of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins,

polychlorinated dibenzofurans and dioxin-like polychlorinated biphenyls in food by A Hanberg,

M Öberg, S Sand, P O Darnerud and A Glynn.

12. Fiskkonsumtion − risk och nytta av W Becker, P O Darnerud och K Petersson-Grawé.

13. Riksprojekt 2006 − Mögel och mykotoxiner av P Johnsson och A M Thim.

14. Proficiency Testing. Food Microbiology, April 2007 by C Normark and K Mykkänen

15. Rapportering av livsmedelskontrollen 2006 av Doris Rosling.

16. Proficiency Testing. Drinking Water Microbiology 2007:1, March by T Šlapokas

and C Gunnarsson.

17. Rapportering av dricksvattenkontrollen 2006 av D Rosling.

18. Kontroll av restsubstanser i levande djur och animaliska livsmedel − Resultat 2006 av

I Nordlander, H Green och I Nilsson.

19. Lead Extracted from Ceramics under Household Conditions by L Jorhem, P Fjeldal,

B Sundström and K Svensson.

20. Proficiency Testing − Food Chemistry, Nutritional Components of Food, Round N-40

by L Merino and M Åström.

21. Proficiency Testing − Food Chemistry, Vitamins in Foods, Round V-5 by H S Strandler

and A Staffas.

22. Proficiency Testing − Food Chemistry, Trace Elements in Food, Round T−15 by C Åstrand

and L Jorhem.

23. Utökad undersökning av bekämpningsmedelsrester i färska ekologiska frukter och grönsaker

2006-2007 − slutrapport av P Bergkvist, L Wallin, A Andersson, A Strömberg, M Pearson

och A Önell.

24. Proficiency Testing − Drinking Water Microbiology, 2007:2 September by T Šlapokas

and C Gunnarsson.

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Rapporter som utgivits 2008

ISSN 1104-7089

1. Mikroprofil Nötkreatur. Kartläggning av mikroorganismer på slaktkroppar av M Lindblad.

2. Mögel och mykotoxiner i ris - fokus på basmati och råris av E Fredlund och A M Thim.

3. Proficiency Testing − Food Microbiology, January 2008 by C Normark and K Mykkänen.

4. The Swedish Monitoring of Pesticide Residues in Food of Plant Origin: 2006, EC and National

Report by A Andersson, G Jansson and A Jansson.

5. The Swedish Monitoring of Pesticide Residues in Food of Plant Origin: 2007, Part 2 − Report

to Commission and EFSA by A Andersson and G Jansson.

NATIONAL FOOD

ADMINISTRATION, Sweden

LIVSMEDELS

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The Swedish Monitoring

of Pesticide Residues

in Food of Plant Origin: 2007

PART II: Report to Commission and EFSA

Report concerning Directives 90/642/EEC, 86/362/EEC and

Commission Recommendation 2007/225/EC

By Arne Andersson and Gunilla Jansson

Further information

Information about the Swedish monitoring of pesticide residues in food

of plant origin is available from:

Arne Andersson

National Food Administration

Box 622, SE-751 26 Uppsala, Sweden

Fax: +46 18 17 53 53

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CONTENTS

PART II

Report to Commission and EFSA

Two page summary

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Table A1- Part I

Summary of numbers of samples, sample origins and results.

Surveillance sampling, national and co-ordinated programme

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Table A1-Part II

Summary of numbers of samples, sample origins and results.

Follow-up enforcement sampling, national and co-ordinated programme

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Table A1-Organic

Summary of numbers of organic samples and results.

Surveillance and follow-up enforcement sampling, national and

co-ordi-nated programme

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Table A2-Part I

Summary table of pesticides sought and found, surveillance sampling,

fresh and frozen fruit & vegetables, national and co-ordinated

programme

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Table A2-Part II

Summary table of pesticides sought and found, surveillance sampling,

cereals, national and co-ordinated programme

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Table B

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

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Table C

Notification of the results of surveillance sampling of the National

programme

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Table D1

Details of residues exceeding EC-MRLs.

Surveillance sampling of fresh and frozen fruit, vegetables and cereals,

samples of national and co-ordinated programme

142

Table D2

Details of residues exceeding non-harmonised MRLs, including national

MRLs. Surveillance sampling of fresh and frozen fruit, vegetables and

cereals, national and co-ordinated programme

144

Table D3

Details of residues exceeding EC-MRLs. Follow-up enforcement sampling

of fresh and frozen fruit, vegetables and cereals, national and

co-ordinated programme

145

Table D4

Details of residues exceeding non-harmonised (national)-MRLs.

Follow-up enforcement sampling of fresh and frozen fruit, vegetables

and cereals, samples of national and co-ordinated programme

146

Table E

Details of samples with multiple residues (>2) in single samples.

Surveillance and follow-up enforcement sampling of fresh fruit, vegetables

and cereals, national and co-ordinated programme

147

Table G

Laboratories: Information about laboratories involved in the monitoring

exercise

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TWO-PAGE

SUMMARY

C

OUNTRY

: Sweden

1. SUMMARY OF RESULTS

In 2007, a total of 1 525

surveillance samples of fruits, vegetables, juices, fruit

drinks, cereal grains, cereal products and vegetable oils were analysed for residues of

300 pesticides (354 analytes). National or EU harmonised Maximum Residue Limits

(EC-MRLs) were exceeded

by 65 samples (4.3 %).

In the 2007 EU co-ordinated programme 355 samples were analysed. Ten of these

samples exceeded EC-MRLs for the pesticides that were included in the co-ordinated

programme.

A total of 264 samples of cereal grains were analysed. Most of the samples (72%)

contained no residues but three samples exceeded the MRLs.

No residues were found in the 44 samples of foods for infants and young children.

In the enforcement sampling 48 samples of fruits and vegetables were collected and

12 of these samples exceeded the MRLs.

The short-term intake was estimated for all pesticides with an acute reference dose

(ARfD) set by EC, EFSA or WHO. The calculation was based on the residue found

in a surveillance (composite) sample and UK consumption data.

2. O

RGANISATION OF MONITORING PROGRAMMES AND SAMPLING

Responsibilities

The National Food Administration (NFA) is the responsible authority for the

monitoring of pesticide residues in foods.

Design of the programmes (priorities, targeting, criteria for the percentage of

samples to be taken from the organic sector)

The number of samples to be collected of each food is risk related and partly linked

to the foods consumption rate and takes into account both the amount of domestic

production and the amount of imports from EU-countries and third countries.

How-ever, the number is also based on the importance of the foodstuff in the diets of

infants and young children as well as residues found in prior samples. The number of

samples from the organic sector was roughly dependent on its share of the market

and availability on the market.

Sampling: personnel, procedures, sampling points

Samples collected in accordance with the monitoring programme were defined as

surveillance samples i.e. there were no suspicions about excessive amounts of

pesticide residues in the lots prior to sampling

Personnel: Plant inspectors from the National Board of Agriculture collected most of

the samples in accordance with instructions from NFA.

Procedures: The sampling was done according to Commission Directive

2002/63/EEC. Each sample was sealed and labelled with a unique sample identity.

Sampling points: Fresh fruit and vegetables were sampled at wholesalers'

warehouses in the first trade channel. The imported cereal grains were sampled at the

port where the shipment was discharged. Samples of domestic produced cereal grains

were collected at the milling plants. Most of the samples of processed or frozen fruit

and vegetables, juices, fruit drinks, rice, cereal products and vegetable oils were

collected in retail shops or department stores.

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Enforcement action

When a surveillance sample contained a pesticide residue above national or

EC-MRL (see uncertainty), the National Food Administration prescribed a condition for

the offering for sale or other handling of the food or lot to which the food belonged.

The remaining part of the lot, if any, was prohibited for being put on the market. As a

follow-up, next lots of the commodity from the grower/exporter were detained and

enforcement samples were collected.

3. Quality assurance

Status of accreditation of laboratories; number of laboratories

Both laboratories, National Food Administration (NRL) and Eurofins Food/Agro AB

(Official laboratory) are accredited by the Swedish accreditation authority SWEDAC

for all analytical methods used for the NFA’s official control of pesticide residues in

food of plant origin.

Analytical methods used

All samples of fruit and vegetables were analysed by the multi-residue method

M200. By this method, the samples were extracted with ethyl acetate after addition

of sodium hydrogen carbonate. The uncleaned extracts were determined by

LC-MS/MS and GC-LC-MS/MS.

In all, by using both multi-residue methods and single residue methods it was

pos-sible to determine 300 pesticides corresponding to 354 analytes.

Participation in proficiency tests

National Food Administration has participated in two proficiency tests

(PTs)

organised by EU. Eurofins Food & Agro AB has participated in five PTs organised

by EU and 15 PTs organised by FAPAS, UK (Table G).

Implementation of EU quality control procedures

The EC guidelines SANCO/10232/2006 “Quality Control Procedures for Pesticide

Residue Analysis” has been fully implemented (Table G).

Analytical uncertainty

The residue figures found are compared with the MRLs. If the figures, without any

correction, are mathematically above the MRL, the sample is defined as an

excee-ding. However, before any enforcement actions are taken the analytical uncertainty is

subtracted from the measured value (95 percent confidence interval). If the corrected

figure still exceeds the MRL, enforcement actions could be taken. As a general rule,

the figure 50% is used as a default uncertainty for enforcement purposes.

4.

O

THER INFORMATION

Background on legislation

Sweden has implemented all EC-MRLs. For a few pesticide/commodity

combina-tions National limits are in force.

Details of risk assessment

The short-term intake has been calculated for those pesticides that have an ARfD

assigned by EC, EFSA or WHO.

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Table A1 - Part I.

Summary of numbers of samples, sample origins and results

(sum of samples of national and co-ordinated programme)

(pesticides covered by Directives 76/895, 86/362 and 90/642 and by national programmes ) (surveillance sampling only, no follow-up enforcement sampling, including organic produce)

Reporting country: Year of sampling: Number of samples Total number of samples Number of domestic samples % domestic samples of total number of samples Number of samples from other EU MS % samples from other EU MS of the total number of samples Number of samples on imports from TC % samples from TC of the total number of samples Number of samples with unknown origin % samples from unknown origin of the total number of samples Number of samples without detectable residues % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues at or below MRL (national or EC) or for which no MRL is set % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL (national or EC) % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding EC-MRLs % of total number of samples Sum (certain products of plant origin, incl. fruit, vegetables) 1119 220 19,7 328 29,3 570 50,9 1 0,1 364 32,5 693 61,9 62 5,5 61 5,5 Cereals 264 166 62,9 20 7,6 70 26,5 8 3,0 190 72,0 71 26,9 3 1,1 3 1,1 Processed products (other than baby food)

98 12 12,2 46 46,9 20 20,4 20 20,4 73 74,5 25 25,5 0 0,0 0 0,0 Baby food 44 34 77,3 6 13,6 0 0,0 4 9,1 44 100,0 0 0,0 0 0,0 0 0,0 Sweden 2007 Results Sample origin

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Table A1 - Part II.

Summary of numbers of samples, sample origins and results

(sum of samples of national and co-ordinated programme)

(pesticides covered by Directives 76/895, 86/362 and 90/642 and by the national programmes) (follow-up enforcement sampling only, no surveillance sampling, including organic produce)

Reporting country: Year of sampling: Number of samples Total number of samples Number of domestic samples % domestic samples of total number of samples Number of samples from other EU MS % samples from other EU MS of the total number of samples Number of samples on imports from TC % samples from TC of the total number of samples Number of samples with unknown origin % samples from unknown origin of the total number of samples Number of samples without detectable residues % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues at or below MRL (national or EC) or for which no MRL is set % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL (national or EC) % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding EC-MRLs % of total number of samples Sum (certain products of plant origin, incl. fruit, vegetables)

48 1 2,1 14 29,2 33 68,8 0 0,0 17 35,4 19 39,6 12 25,0 12 25,0

Cereals 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Processed products (other than baby food)

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Baby food 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Sweden 2007 Results Sample origin

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Table A1 - Organic.

Summary of numbers of organic samples and results

(sum of samples of national and co-ordinated programme)

(pesticides covered by Directives 76/895, 86/362 and 90/642 and by national programmes )

(surveillance sampling plus follow-up enforcement sampling)

Reporting country: Year of sampling: Number of samples ORGANIC PRODUCE ONLY Total number of samples Number of samples without detectable residues % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues at or below MRL (national or EC) or for which no MRL is set % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL (national or EC) % of total number of samples Number of samples with residues exceeding EC-MRLs % of total number of samples Sum (certain products of plant

origin, incl. fruit, vegetables)

15

15

100,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

Cereals

6

5

83,3

1

16,7

0

0,0

0

0,0

Processed products (other than baby food)

1

1

100,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

Baby food

4

4

100,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

TOTAL ORGANIC

26

25

625,0

1

25,0

0

0,0

0

0,0

If a breakdown between samples of fruit and vegetables, cereals, processed products and baby food is not available, please report in line 18 (cells D, F, H and J)

Results

Sweden 2007

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Table A2 - Part I Fruit and vegetables

SUMMARY TABLE OF PESTICIDE SOUGHT AND FOUND Surveillance sampling only

(fresh and frozen fruit, vegetables)

(pesticides covered by Directives 76/895, 90/642 and by the national programmes) (sum of samples of national and co-ordinated programme)

Reporting country: Sweden Year of sampling: 2007

Number of different pesticides* sought: 272 Number of different pesticides* found: 127 % pesticides found from pesticides sought: 46,7 *report pesticides (isomers, metabolites) according to the residue definition in the EU Directives or national legislation

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7

Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue Detected by SRM (1) Abamectin 1119 0,0 0.01/0.05 Acephate 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Acetamiprid 1119 29 2,6 0,010 Acibenzolar-s-methyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Aclonifen 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Acrinathrin 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Aldicarb 1119 0,0 0,010

Aldrin (Aldrin and Dieldrin combined) 1119 1 0,1 0,010

Anilazine 1119 0,0 0,050

Atrazine 1119 1 0,1 0,010

Azinphos-ethyl 1119 0,0 0,010

Azinphos-methyl 1119 73 6,5 0,010

Azocyclotin (sum of Azocyclotin and

Cyhexatin) 71 0,0 0,050 x

Azoxystrobin 1119 41 3,7 0,010

Benalaxyl 1119 0,0 0,010

Benomyl (sum of Benomyl and

Carbendazim) 1119 115 10,3 0,010 Bentazone 1119 0,0 0,010 Bifenthrin 1119 29 2,6 0,010 Binapacryl 1119 0,0 0,010 Bitertanol 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Bromophos-ethyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Bromopropylate 1119 10 0,9 0,010 Bupirimate 1119 4 0,4 0,010 Buprofezin 1119 9 0,8 0,010 Captafol 1119 0,0 0,030 Captan 1119 41 3,7 0,050 Carbaryl 1119 13 1,2 0,010

Carbendazim (see Benomyl)

Carbofuran 1119 3 0,3 0,010

Carbon disulphide (see Dithiocarbamates)

Carbosulfan 1119 0,0 0,010

Carfentrazone-ethyl 1119 0,0 0,010

Chlordane (sum of cis- and

trans-chlrdane) 1119 0,0 0,010 Chlorfenson 1119 0,0 0,010 Chlorfenvinphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Chlormequat 39 2 5,1 0,010 x Chlorobenzilate 1119 0,0 0,010 Chlorothalonil 1119 14 1,3 0,010 Chlorpropham 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Chlorpyrifos 1119 132 11,8 0,010 Chlorpyrifos-methyl 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Chlorthal-dimethyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Chlozolinate 1119 0,0 0,010 Clofentezine 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Clomazone 1119 0,0 0,010 Clothianidin 1119 11 1,0 0,010 Cyazofamid 1119 0,0 0,010 Cyfluthrin 1119 2 0,2 0,010

Cyhexatin (see Azocyclotin)

Cypermethrin 1119 42 3,8 0,010 Cyproconazole 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Cyprodinil 1119 35 3,1 0,010 DDT 1119 0,0 0,030 Deltamethrin 1119 10 0,9 0,010 Diazinon 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Dichlobenil 1119 0,0 0,010 Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level

% samples with residues at or above reporting level Pesticide Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide

(1) SRM - single residue methods (contains less than 10 pesticides counted according to the residue definition) - Please indicate in Column 7 with an "x" if the residue is detected with a SRM (see Guidance Document for details).

(2) The residue definition for pome fruits, strawberries, blackberries, raspberries, currants, gooseberries, tomatoes and fresh beans (with or withour pods) is Sum of Captan and Folpet

(3) The residue definition for potatoes is Chlorpropham only

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Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue Detected by SRM (1) Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level

% samples with residues at or above reporting level Pesticide Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide Dichlorvos 1119 0,0 0,010 Dicloran 1119 4 0,4 0,010 Dicofol 1119 7 0,6 0,050

Dieldrin (see Aldrin)

Diethofencarb 1119 0,0 0,010 Difenoconazole 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Diflubenzuron 145 3 2,1 0,010 x Dimethoate 1119 11 1,0 0,010 Dimethomorph 1119 9 0,8 0,010 Dinocap 145 0,0 0,010 x Dinoseb 145 0,0 0,010 x Dinoterb 145 0,0 0,010 x Dioxathion 1119 0,0 0,010 Diphenylamine 1119 25 2,2 0,010 Diquat 16 2 12,5 0,010 x Disulfoton 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Dithiocarbamates 197 34 17,3 0,025 x DNOC 145 0,0 0,010 x Endosulfan 1119 6 0,5 0,010 Endrin 1119 0,0 0,010 Epoxiconazole 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Ethion 1119 3 0,3 0,010 Ethofumesate 1119 0,0 0,010 Ethoprophos 1119 0,0 0,010 Ethoxyquin 55 3 5,5 0,050 x Etofenprox 1119 12 1,1 0,010 Famoxadone 1119 16 1,4 0,010 Fenamiphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Fenarimol 1119 0,0 0,010 Fenazaquin 1119 0,0 0,010 Fenbuconazole 1119 4 0,4 0,010 Fenbutatin oxide 71 2 2,8 0,050 x Fenchlorphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Fenhexamid 1119 51 4,6 0,010 Fenitrothion 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Fenoxycarb 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Fenpropathrin 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Fenthion 1119 3 0,3 0,010

Fenvalerate and Esfenvalerate 1119 0,0 0,010

Fipronil 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Fluazifop-P-butyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Fluazinam 1119 0,0 0,010 Flucythrinate 1119 0,0 0,010 Fludioxonil 145 27 18,6 0,010 x Flufenoxuron 145 2 1,4 0,010 x Fluquinconazole 1119 0,0 0,010 Flusilazole 1119 3 0,3 0,010 Folpet 1119 1 0,1 0,050 Formothion 1119 0,0 0,010 Furathiocarb 1119 0,0 0,010 Heptachlor 1119 0,0 0,010 Hexachlorobenzene 1119 0,0 0,010 Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) (alpha-isomer) 1119 0,0 0,010 Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) (beta-isomer) 1119 0,0 0,010 Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) (sum of isomers,

except the gamma isomer) 1119 0,0 0,010

Hexythiazox 1119 8 0,7 0,010 Imazalil 1119 185 16,5 0,010 Imidacloprid 1119 30 2,7 0,010 Iprodione 1119 82 7,3 0,010 Iprovalicarb 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Isoproturon 1119 0,0 0,010 Kresoxim-methyl 1119 12 1,1 0,010 Lambda-Cyhalothrin 1119 34 3,0 0,010 Lindane (Gamma-isomer of Hexachlorociclohexane (HCH)) 1119 0,0 0,010 Linuron 1119 0,0 0,010 Lufenuron 145 2 1,4 0,010 x Malathion 1119 34 3,0 0,010 Maleic hydrazide 20 0,0 1,000 x

Maneb (see Dithiocarbamates) Mancozeb (see Dithiocarbamates)

Mecarbam 1119 0,0 0,010

Mepiquat 39 0,0 0,010 x

Metalaxyl (including Metalaxyl-M) 1119 23 2,1 0,010

Methabenzthiazuron 1119 0,0 0,010

Methamidophos 1119 0,0 0,010

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Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue Detected by SRM (1) Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level

% samples with residues at or above reporting level Pesticide Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide Methiocarb 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Methomyl 1119 14 1,3 0,010 Methoxychlor 1119 0,0 0,010

Metiram (see Dithiocarbamates)

Metribuzin 1119 0,0 0,010 Mevinphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Monocrotophos 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Myclobutanil 1119 26 2,3 0,010 Napropamide 1119 0,0 0,010 Nitrofen 1119 0,0 0,010

Omethoate (see Dimethoate)

Oxadixyl 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Oxamyl 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Oxydemeton-methyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Parathion 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Parathion-methyl 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Penconazole 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Pencycuron 1119 0,0 0,010 Pendimethalin 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Phenothrin 1119 0,0 0,010 Phorate 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Phosalone 1119 0,0 0,010 Phosmet 1119 16 1,4 0,010 Phosphamidon 1119 0,0 0,010

Phosphides (see Phosphines)

Pirimicarb 1119 10 0,9 0,010 Pirimiphos-methyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Prochloraz 1119 34 3,0 0,010 Procymidone 1119 11 1,0 0,010 Profenofos 1119 7 0,6 0,010 Propamocarb 1119 26 2,3 0,010 Propaquizafop 1119 0,0 0,010 Propargite 1119 8 0,7 0,010 Propiconazole 1119 4 0,4 0,010 Propoxur 1119 0,0 0,010 Propyzamide 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Prosulfocarb 1119 0,0 0,010 Pyrazophos 1119 0,0 0,010 Pyridaben 1119 3 0,3 0,010 Pyrimethanil 1119 29 2,6 0,010 Pyriproxyfen 1119 15 1,3 0,010 Quinalphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Quinoxyfen 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Quintozene 1119 0,0 0,010 Quizalofop 1119 0,0 0,010 Simazine 1119 0,0 0,010 Spinosad 1119 40 3,6 0,010 Spiroxamine 1119 3 0,3 0,010 tau-Fluvalinate 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Tebuconazole 1119 21 1,9 0,010 Tebufenozide 1119 3 0,3 0,010 Tebufenpyrad 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Tecnazene 1119 0,0 0,010 Teflubenzuron 145 0,0 0,010 x TEPP 1119 0,0 0,010 Tepraloxydim 1119 0,0 0,010 Terbufos 1119 0,0 0,010 Terbuthylazine 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Tetraconazole 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Tetradifon 1119 5 0,4 0,010 Thiabendazole 1119 178 15,9 0,010 Thiamethoxam 1119 6 0,5 0,010 Thiophanate-methyl 1119 39 3,5 0,010 Tolclofos-methyl 1119 0,0 0,010 Tolylfluanid 1119 10 0,9 0,010 Triadimefon 1119 11 1,0 0,010

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon)

Trichlorfon 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Trifloxystrobin 1119 16 1,4 0,010 Triflumizole 1119 2 0,2 0,010 Triflumuron 145 2 1,4 0,010 x Vinclozolin 1119 27 2,4 0,010 Aminocarb 1119 0,0 0.01 Aspon 1119 0,0 0.01 Bendiocarb 1119 0,0 0.01 Beta-cyfluthrin 1119 0,0 0.01 Biphenyl 1119 1 0,1 0.01 Bromophos 1119 0,0 0.01 Butocarboxim, sum 1119 0,0 0.01 Butoxycarboxim 1119 0,0 0.01

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Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue Detected by SRM (1) Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level

% samples with residues at or above reporting level Pesticide Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide Cadusafos 1119 0,0 0.01 Carbophenothion 1119 0,0 0.01 Chinomethionat 1119 0,0 0.01 Chlorbromuron 1119 1 0,1 0,010 Chlordimeform 1119 0,0 0.1 Chlorfluazuron 145 0,0 0.01 x Chlormephos 1119 0,0 0.01 Chloropropylate 1119 0,0 0.01 Cyanazine 1119 0,0 0.01 Cyanofenphos 1119 0,0 0.01 Cyanophos 1119 0,0 0.01 Demeton-S-methyl 1119 0,0 0.01 Demeton-S-methyl-sulfone 1119 0,0 0.01 Desmetryn 1119 0,0 0.01 Dialifos 1119 0,0 0.01 Dichlofluanid 1119 0,0 0.01 Dicrotophos 1119 2 0,2 0.01 Dinobuton 1119 1 0,1 0.01 Diphenamid 1119 0,0 0.01 Ditalimfos 1119 0,0 0.01 EPN 1119 1 0,1 0.01 Esfenvalerate 1119 4 0,4 0.01 Ethiofencarb, sum 1119 0,0 0.01 Etrimfos 1119 0,0 0.01 Fenothrin 1119 0,0 0.01 Fenpiclonil 1119 0,0 0,010 Fenson 1119 0,0 0.01 Fensulfothion 1119 0,0 0.01 Fonofos 1119 0,0 0.01 Furalaxyl 1119 0,0 0.01 Heptachloroepoxide 1119 0,0 0.01 Heptenophos 1119 2 0,2 0.01 Hexaflumuron 145 0,0 0.01 x Hexazinone 1119 0,0 0.01 Iodofenphos 1119 0,0 0.01 Isofenphos, sum 1119 0,0 0.01 Isoprocarb 1119 0,0 0.01 Isopropalin 1119 0,0 0.01 Leptophos 1119 0,0 0.01 Mephosfolan 1119 0,0 0.01 Orthophenylphenol 1119 46 4,1 0.01 Oxamyl Oxime 1119 14 1,3 0.01 Oxydisulfoton 1119 0,0 0.01 Pentachlorbenzen 1119 0,0 0.01 Pentachloroaniline 1119 0,0 0.01 Pentachloroanisole 1119 0,0 0.01 Permethrin 1119 0,0 0.01 Phenthoate 1119 1 0,1 0.01 Piperonyl Butoxide 1119 2 0,2 0.01 Pirimiphos-ethyl 1119 0,0 0.01 Promecarb 1119 0,0 0.01 Propetamphos 1119 0,0 0.01 Propham 1119 1 0,1 0.01 Prothiofos 1119 2 0,2 0.01 Pyraclofos 1119 0,0 0.01 Sulfentrazone 1119 0,0 0,010 Sulfotep 1119 0,0 0.01 TCNB 1119 0,0 0.01 Terbutryn 1119 0,0 0.01 Tetrachlorvinphos 1119 0,0 0,010 Tetrasul 1119 0,0 0.01 Thiometon 1119 0,0 0.01 Thionazin 1119 0,0 0.01 Triamiphos 1119 0,0 0.01 Triazamate 1119 0,0 0.01 Triazophos 1119 2 0,2 0.01 Tribromophenol, 2,4,6 1119 0,0 0.01 Trichloronat 1119 0,0 0.01 Trimethacarb, sum 1119 0,0 0.01 Vamidothion, sum 1119 1 0,1 0.01

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Table A2 - II Cereals

SUMMARY TABLE OF PESTICIDE SOUGHT AND FOUND

Surveillance sampling only

(cereals)

(pesticides covered by Directive 86/362 and by the national programmes)

(sum of samples of national and co-ordinated programme)

Reporting country: Sweden

Year of sampling: 2007

Number of different pesticides* sought:

103

Number of different pesticides* found:

14

% pesticides found from pesticides sought:

13,6

*report pesticides (isomers, metabolites) according to the residue definition in the EU Directives or national legislation

Column 1 Column 2 Column 3 Column 4 Column 5 Column 6 Column 7

Pesticide Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level % samples with residues at or above reporting level Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue detected by SRM (1) 2,4,5-T

263

0,0

0,010

2,4-D

263

0,0

0,010

Acephate

263

0,0

0,010

Aldicarb

263

0,0

0,010

Aldrin

228

0,0

0,010

Azinphos-ethyl

228

0,0

0,010

Azinphos-methyl

228

0,0

0,010

Azoxystrobin

263

0,0

0,010

Benomyl

263

0,0

0,010

Bentazone

263

0,0

0,010

Bitertanol

263

0,0

0,010

Bromide ion

47

11

23,4

5,000 x

Bromophos-ethyl

228

0,0

0,010

Bromoxynil

263

0,0

0,010

Carbaryl

263

0,0

0,010

Carbendazim (see Benomyl)

Chlordane

228

0,0

0,010

Chlorfenvinphos

263

0,0

0,010

Chlormequat

114

33

28,9

0,010 x

Chlorothalonil

228

0,0

0,010

Chlorpyrifos

228

0,0

0,010

Chlorpyrifos-methyl

228

0,0

0,010

Cyfluthrin

228

0,0

0,010

Cypermethrin

228

3

1,3

0,010

DDT

228

0,0

0,010

Deltamethrin

228

1

0,4

0,010

Diazinon

263

0,0

0,010

Dichlorprop

263

0,0

0,010

Dichlorvos

263

0,0

0,010

Dieldrin (see Aldrin)

Difenoconazole

263

0,0

0,010

Dimethoate

263

0,0

0,010

Disulfoton

263

0,0

0,010

Endosulfan

228

0,0

0,010

Famoxadone

263

0,0

0,010

Fenbuconazole

263

0,0

0,010

Fenitrothion

228

0,0

0,010

Fenpropidin

263

0,0

0,010

Fenpropimorph

263

0,0

0,010

Fenthion

263

0,0

0,010

Fenvalerate and Esfenvalerate

228

1

0,4

0,010

Fipronil

228

0,0

0,010

Florasulam

263

0,0

0,010

Fluroxypyr

263

0,0

0,010

Flusilazole

263

0,0

0,010

Fuberidazole

263

0,0

0,010

Glyphosate

78

13

16,7

0,010 x

Hexachlorobenzene

228

0,0

0,010

(1) SRM - single residue methods (contains less than 10 pesticides counted according to the residue definition) - Please indicate in Column 7 with an "x" if the residue is detected with a SRM (see Guidance Document for details).

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Pesticide Pesticide (MS alternative residue definition) Total number of samples analysed for specific pesticide Number of samples with residues at or above reporting level % samples with residues at or above reporting level Reporting level (mg/Kg) Residue detected by SRM (1) Hexachlorociclohexane (HCH) (alpha-isomer)

228

0,0

0,010

Hexachlorociclohexane (HCH) (beta-isomer)

228

0,0

0,010

Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) (sum of isomers, except the

gamma isomer)

228

0,0

0,010

Hexaconazole

263

0,0

0,010

Hydrogen phosphide

123

13

10,6

0,050 x

Imazalil

263

0,0

0,010

Imidacloprid

263

0,0

0,010

Ioxynil

263

0,0

0,010

Iprodione

228

0,0

0,010

Isoxaben

263

0,0

0,010

Lambda-Cyhalothrin

228

0,0

0,010

Lindane (Gamma-isomer)

263

0,0

0,010

Linuron

263

0,0

0,010

Malathion

228

9

3,9

0,010

MCPA and MCPB

263

0,0

0,010

Mecoprop

263

0,0

0,010

Mepiquat

114

11

9,6

0,010 x

Metalaxyl

263

0,0

0,010

Methamidophos

263

0,0

0,010

Methidathion

263

0,0

0,010

Methomyl

263

0,0

0,010

Methoprene

263

0,0

0,010

Nitrofen

228

0,0

0,010

Omethoate (see Dimethoate)

Oxydemeton-methyl

263

0,0

0,010

Parathion

228

0,0

0,010

Parathion-methyl

228

0,0

0,010

Phosphides (see Phosphines)

Pirimicarb

263

0,0

0,010

Pirimiphos-methyl

228

4

1,8

0,010

Prochloraz

263

0,0

0,010

Procymidone

228

0,0

0,010

Propiconazole

263

1

0,4

0,010

Prosulfocarb

263

0,0

0,010

Prothioconazole

263

0,0

0,010

Pyraclostrobin

263

0,0

0,010

Pyrazophos

263

0,0

0,010

Pyrethrins

263

1

0,4

0,010

Spiroxamine

263

0,0

0,010

Tebuconazole

263

0,0

0,010

Thiabendazole

263

0,0

0,010

Thiodicarb (see Methomyl)

Thiophanate-methyl

263

2

0,8

0,010

Triadimefon

263

0,0

0,010

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon)

Tribenuron-methyl

263

0,0

0,010

Trinexapac

263

0,0

0,010

Vinclozolin

228

0,0

0,010

AMPA

78

0,0

0,010 x

Bromophos-methyl

228

0,0

0,010

Ethrimphos

228

0,0

0,010

Cyanazine

263

0,0

0,010

Demeton-S-methyl

263

0,0

0,010

Ethrimphos

228

0,0

0,010

Flamprop

263

0,0

0,010

Isophenfos

228

0,0

0,010

Oxydisulfoton

263

0,0

0,010

Phermetrin

228

0,0

0,010

Piperonyl Butoxide

263

11

4,2

0,010

Thiometon

263

0,0

0,010

Thiometon-sulphone

263

0,0

0,010

2,4,6-Thrichlorophenol

263

0,0

0,010

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Table B. Apples

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Pome Fruit

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

135

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

7

Without detectable residues:

19

With residues above EC-MRL:

7

With detectable residues at or below MRL

109

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Acetamiprid 135 131 0,010 1 3 0,046 0,10 EC MRL Aldicarb 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 135 98 0,010 7 11 11 6 2 0,290 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Benomyl 135 86 0,010 3 19 18 8 1 0,270 1 0,20 EC MRL Bifenthrin 135 130 0,010 3 2 0,065 2,00 EC MRL Bromopropylate 135 134 0,010 1 0,029 2 EC MRL Bupirimate 135 134 0,010 1 0,025 W Buprofezin 135 135 0,010 W

Captan (sum of Captan and Folpet) 135 110 0,050 5 12 5 2 1 1,610 3,00 EC MRL

Carbaryl 135 124 0,010 1 5 2 1 1 1 0,375 3 0,05 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 0

Chlormequat 0 Chlorothalonil 135 135 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Chlorpropham 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 135 112 0,010 2 6 8 5 2 0,300 0,50 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 135 135 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Cypermethrin 135 135 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Cyprodinil 135 135 0,010 W Deltamethrin (cis-deltamethrin) 135 135 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Diazinon 135 131 0,010 2 2 0,190 0,3 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 135 135 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 135 135 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Dicofol 135 135 0,050 0,02 EC MRL Dimethoate 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Diphenylamine 135 115 0,010 1 3 4 2 1 2 4 3 1,760 5,00 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 25 17 0,025 1 3 1 1 2 0,745 3,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 135 134 0,010 1 0,012 0,05 EC MRL Fenhexamid 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenitrothion 135 134 0,010 1 0,040 1 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 53 53 0,010 W

Folpet (see Captan) 0

Hexythiazox 135 134 0,010 1 0,016 W Imazalil 135 134 0,010 1 0,024 5,00 EC MRL Imidacloprid 135 135 0,010 W Indoxacarb ) 0 W Iprodione 135 130 0,010 3 1 1 0,100 5,00 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 135 135 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 135 129 0,010 2 3 1 0,125 1 0,10 EC MRL Malathion 135 135 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 135 135 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Methamidophos 135 135 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Methidathion 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Methiocarb 135 135 0,010 0,10 N Methomyl 135 135 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Myclobutanil 135 133 0,010 1 1 0,024 0,50 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 135 135 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Parathion 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 135 134 0,010 1 0,040 0,20 EC MRL Phosalone 135 135 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 135 126 0,010 1 4 3 1 0,071 0,50 0 Pirimiphos-methyl 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Prochloraz 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Profenofos 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 135 131 0,010 3 1 0,240 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Pyrimethanil 135 129 0,010 4 1 1 0,500 W Pyriproxyfen 135 133 0,010 1 1 0,028 W Quinoxyfen 135 135 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 135 135 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Tebuconazole 135 135 0,010 W Tebufenozide 135 132 0,010 2 1 0,066 W Thiabendazole 135 100 0,010 4 2 1 4 8 7 5 4 3,250 5,00 EC MRL

Thiodicarb (see Methomyl) 0

Thiophanate-methyl 135 117 0,010 1 9 3 4 1 1,120 1 0,50 EC MRL

Tolclofos-methyl 135 135 0,010 W

Tolylfluanid 135 133 0,010 1 1 0,120 3,00 N

Triadimefon 135 135 0,010 0,20 EC MRL

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon) 0

Vinclozolin 135 133 0,050 2 0,077 1,00 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Dithiocarbamates, expressed as CS2, including maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram and ziram. The MRLs expressed as CS2 can arise from different dithiocarbamates and X

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Table B. Head cabbage

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Brassica Vegetables

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

17

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

0

Without detectable residues:

16

With residues above EC-MRL:

0

With detectable residues at or below MRL

1

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 17 17 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Acetamiprid 17 17 0,010 W Aldicarb 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 17 17 0,010 0,30 EC MRL Benomyl 17 17 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Bifenthrin 17 17 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Bromopropylate 17 17 0,010 1 EC MRL Bupirimate 17 17 0,010 W Buprofezin 17 17 0,010 W Captan (1) 17 17 0,050 0,10 EC MRL Carbaryl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 0

Chlormequat 0 Chlorothalonil 17 17 0,010 3,00 EC MRL Chlorpropham 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 17 17 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Cypermethrin 17 17 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Cyprodinil 17 17 0,010 W Deltamethrin (cis-deltamethrin) 17 17 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Diazinon 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 17 17 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 17 17 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Dicofol 17 17 0,050 0,02 EC MRL Dimethoate 17 17 0,010 1,00 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Diphenylamine 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 0 1,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenhexamid 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenitrothion 17 17 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 12 12 0,010 W Folpet (1) 17 17 0,050 0,10 EC MRL Hexythiazox 17 17 0,010 W Imazalil 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Imidacloprid 17 17 0,010 W Indoxacarb 0 W Iprodione 17 17 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 17 17 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Malathion 17 17 0,010 3,00 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 17 16 0,010 1 0,012 0,05 EC MRL Methamidophos 17 17 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Methidathion 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Methiocarb 17 17 0,010 0,10 N Methomyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Myclobutanil 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 17 17 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Parathion 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Phosalone 17 17 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 17 17 0,010 0,50 N Pirimiphos-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Prochloraz 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Profenofos 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 17 17 0,010 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL Pyrimethanil 17 17 0,010 W Pyriproxyfen 17 17 0,010 W

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Quinoxyfen 17 17 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Tebuconazole 17 17 0,010 W Tebufenozide 17 17 0,010 W Thiabendazole 17 17 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Thiodicarb (see Methomyl) 0

Thiophanate-methyl 17 17 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

Tolclofos-methyl 17 17 0,010 W

Tolylfluanid 17 17 0,010 3,00 N

Triadimefon 17 17 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon) 0

Vinclozolin 17 17 0,050 0,05 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Depending on the sampling date, the residue definition considered at MS level might be different from the one proposed in column B as EU MRL provisions (new residue definition) become

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Table B. Leek

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Stem Vegetables

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

20

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

0

Without detectable residues:

10

With residues above EC-MRL:

0

With detectable residues at or below MRL

10

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Acetamiprid 20 20 0,010 W Aldicarb 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 20 20 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Benomyl 20 20 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Bifenthrin 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Bromopropylate 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Bupirimate 20 20 0,010 W Buprofezin 20 20 0,010 W Captan (1) 20 20 0,050 2,00 EC MRL Carbaryl 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 0

Chlormequat 0 Chlorothalonil 20 17 0,010 2 1 0,220 10,00 EC MRL Chlorpropham 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Cypermethrin 20 18 0,010 1 1 0,170 0,50 EC MRL Cyprodinil 20 20 0,010 W Deltamethrin 20 19 0,010 1 0,012 0,20 EC MRL Diazinon 20 20 0,010 0,5 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 20 20 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 20 20 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Dicofol 20 20 0,050 0,02 EC MRL Dimethoate ) 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Diphenylamine 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 0 3,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenhexamid 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenitrothion 20 20 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 0 W Folpet (1) 20 20 0,050 0,02 EC MRL Hexythiazox 20 20 0,010 W Imazalil 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Imidacloprid 20 20 0,010 W Indoxacarb 0 W Iprodione 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 20 17 0,010 1 1 1 0,024 5,00 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 20 20 0,010 0,30 EC MRL Malathion 20 20 3,00 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 20 20 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Methamidophos 20 20 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Methidathion 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Methiocarb 20 18 0,010 1 1 0,027 0,10 N Methomyl 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Myclobutanil 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 20 20 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Parathion 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Phosalone 20 20 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 20 20 0,010 0,50 N Pirimiphos-methyl 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Prochloraz 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Profenofos 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 20 20 0,010 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL Pyrimethanil 20 20 0,010 W Pyriproxyfen 20 20 0,010 W Quinoxyfen 20 20 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Tebuconazole 20 18 0,010 2 0,041 W Tebufenozide 20 20 0,010 W Thiabendazole 20 20 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Thiodicarb (see Methomyl) 0

Thiophanate-methyl 20 20 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

Tolclofos-methyl 20 20 0,010 W

Tolylfluanid 20 20 0,010 3,00 N

Triadimefon 20 20 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon) 0

Vinclozolin 20 20 0,050 0,05 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Depending on the sampling date, the residue definition considered at MS level might be different from the one proposed in column B as EU MRL provisions (new residue definition) become applicable at MS level in May 2007. Please indicate the definition the residue refers to.

(2) Dithiocarbamates, expressed as CS2, including maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram and ziram. The MRLs expressed as CS2 can arise from different dithiocarbamates and

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Table B. Lettuce

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Leafy Vegetables

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

28

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

0

Without detectable residues:

17

With residues above EC-MRL:

0

With detectable residues at or below MRL

11

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 28 28 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Acetamiprid 28 27 0,010 1 0,017 W Aldicarb 28 28 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 28 27 0,010 1 0,014 3,00 EC MRL Benomyl 28 28 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Bifenthrin 28 28 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Bromopropylate 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Bupirimate 28 28 0,010 W Buprofezin 28 28 0,010 W Captan (1) 28 28 0,050 2,00 EC MRL Carbaryl 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Carbendazim Chlormequat 0 Chlorothalonil 28 28 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Chlorpropham 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Cypermethrin 28 28 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Cyprodinil 28 28 0,010 W Deltamethrin 28 27 0,010 1 0,039 0,50 EC MRL Diazinon 28 28 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 28 28 0,010 10,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 28 28 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Dicofol 49 49 0,050 1,00 EC MRL Dimethoate 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Diphenylamine 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 4 4 0,025 3,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Fenhexamid 49 45 0,010 1 1 1 1 0,079 1,00 EC MRL Fenitrothion 49 49 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 6 3 0,010 1 2 0,092 W

Folpet (see Captan) 0

Hexythiazox 49 46 0,010 2 1 0,063 0,10 N Imazalil 49 47 0,010 2 0,012 0,50 EC MRL Imidacloprid 49 49 0,010 0,30 N Indoxacarb 0 W Iprodione 49 44 0,010 3 1 1 0,240 5,00 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 49 49 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Malathion 49 49 0,010 3,00 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 49 49 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Methamidophos 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Methidathion 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Methiocarb 49 49 0,010 0,10 N Methomyl 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Myclobutanil 49 49 0,010 0,30 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Parathion 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Phosalone 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 49 49 0,010 0,50 N Pirimiphos-methyl 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Prochloraz 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 49 47 0,010 1 1 0,098 2,00 EC MRL Profenofos 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 49 49 0,010 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL Pyrimethanil 49 44 0,010 2 2 1 0,250 0,50 N Pyriproxyfen 49 48 0,010 1 0,062 0,30 N

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Quinoxyfen 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Tebuconazole 49 49 0,010 W Tebufenozide 49 49 0,010 W Thiabendazole 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Thiodicarb 0 Thiophanate-methyl 49 49 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Tolclofos-methyl 49 49 0,010 W Tolylfluanid 49 48 0,010 1 0,047 3,00 N Triadimefon 49 49 0,010 0,30 EC MRL Triadimenol 0 Vinclozolin 49 48 0,050 1 0,046 0,05 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Dithiocarbamates, expressed as CS2, including maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram and ziram. The MRLs expressed as CS2 can arise from different dithiocarbamates and

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Table B. Tomatoes

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Fruiting Veg.

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

49

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

0

Without detectable residues:

28

With residues above EC-MRL:

0

With detectable residues at or below MRL

21

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Acetamiprid 49 47 0,010 2 0,014 W Aldicarb 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 49 43 0,010 4 2 0,120 2,00 EC MRL Benomyl 0 0,05 EC MRL Bifenthrin 49 48 0,010 1 0,170 0,20 EC MRL Bromopropylate 49 49 0,010 1 EC MRL Bupirimate 49 48 0,010 1 0,024 W Buprofezin 49 49 0,010 W Captan 49 49 0,050 3,00 EC MRL Carbaryl 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 49 49 0,010

Chlormequat 9 9 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorothalonil 49 47 0,010 1 1 0,180 2,00 EC MRL Chlorpropham 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Cypermethrin 49 47 0,010 2 0,050 0,50 EC MRL Cyprodinil 49 45 0,010 1 3 0,079 W Deltamethrin 49 49 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Diazinon 49 49 0,010 0,5 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 49 49 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 49 49 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

2007

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Dicofol 49 49 0,050 1,00 EC MRL Dimethoate 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Diphenylamine 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 4 4 0,025 3,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Fenhexamid 49 45 0,010 1 1 1 1 0,079 1,00 EC MRL Fenitrothion 49 49 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 6 3 0,010 1 2 0,092 W

Folpet (see Captan) 0

Hexythiazox 49 46 0,010 2 1 0,063 0,10 N Imazalil 49 47 0,010 2 0,012 0,50 EC MRL Imidacloprid 49 49 0,010 0,30 N Indoxacarb 0 W Iprodione 49 44 0,010 3 1 1 0,240 5,00 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 49 49 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Malathion 49 49 0,010 3,00 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 49 49 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Methamidophos 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Methidathion 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Methiocarb 49 49 0,010 0,10 N Methomyl 49 49 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Myclobutanil 49 49 0,010 0,30 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Parathion 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Phosalone 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 49 49 0,010 0,50 N Pirimiphos-methyl 49 49 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Prochloraz 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 49 47 0,010 1 1 0,098 2,00 EC MRL Profenofos 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 49 49 0,010 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL Pyrimethanil 49 44 0,010 2 2 1 0,250 0,50 N Pyriproxyfen 49 48 0,010 1 0,062 0,30 N

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Quinoxyfen 49 49 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Tebuconazole 49 49 0,010 W Tebufenozide 49 49 0,010 W Thiabendazole 49 49 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Thiodicarb 0 Thiophanate-methyl 49 49 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Tolclofos-methyl 49 49 0,010 W Tolylfluanid 49 48 0,010 1 0,047 3,00 N Triadimefon 49 49 0,010 0,30 EC MRL Triadimenol 0 Vinclozolin 49 48 0,050 1 0,046 0,05 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Dithiocarbamates, expressed as CS2, including maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram and ziram. The MRLs expressed as CS2 can arise from different dithiocarbamates and

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Table B. Peaches

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Stone Fruits

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

42

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

2

Without detectable residues:

13

With residues above EC-MRL:

2

With detectable residues at or below MRL

27

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 42 42 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Acetamiprid 42 42 0,010 W Aldicarb 42 42 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 42 33 0,010 2 6 1 0,120 0,05 EC MRL Azoxystrobin 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Benomyl 42 36 0,010 6 0,046 0,20 EC MRL Bifenthrin 42 41 0,010 1 0,015 0,20 EC MRL Bromopropylate 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Bupirimate 42 42 0,010 W Buprofezin 42 42 0,010 W Captan (1) 42 42 0,050 2,00 EC MRL Carbaryl 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 0

Chlormequat 0 Chlorothalonil 42 42 0,010 1,00 EC MRL Chlorpropham 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 42 40 0,010 1 1 0,100 0,20 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 42 40 0,010 2 0,043 0,50 EC MRL Cypermethrin 42 41 0,010 1 0,030 2,00 EC MRL Cyprodinil 42 42 0,010 W Deltamethrin (cis-deltamethrin) 42 42 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Diazinon 42 42 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 42 42 0,010 5,00 EC MRL Dichlorvos 42 42 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

2007

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Dicofol 42 42 0,050 0,02 EC MRL Dimethoate 42 42 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Diphenylamine 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Dithiocarbamates 1 0 0,025 1 0,040 2,00 EC MRL Endosulfan 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Fenhexamid 42 38 0,010 2 1 1 0,210 5,00 EC MRL Fenitrothion 42 41 0,010 1 0,028 1 0,01 EC MRL Fludioxonil 1 1 0,010 W Folpet (1) 42 42 0,050 2,00 EC MRL Hexythiazox 42 42 0,010 W Imazalil 42 41 0,010 1 0,018 0,02 EC MRL Imidacloprid 42 42 0,010 W Indoxacarb 0 W Iprodione 42 28 0,010 1 5 1 2 3 1 1 6,600 1 3,00 EC MRL Iprovalicarb 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Kresoxim-methyl 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Lambda-Cyhalothrin 42 38 0,010 1 3 0,018 0,20 EC MRL Malathion 42 42 0,010 0,50 EC MRL Mepanipyrim 0 W Metalaxyl 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Methamidophos 42 42 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Methidathion 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Methiocarb 42 42 0,010 0,10 N Methomyl 42 42 0,010 0,20 EC MRL Myclobutanil 42 42 0,010 0,50 EC MRL

Omethoate (see Dimethoate) 0

Oxamyl 42 42 0,010 0,01 EC MRL Oxydemeton-methyl 42 42 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Parathion 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Penconazole 42 41 0,010 1 0,011 0,10 EC MRL Phosalone 42 42 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Pirimicarb 42 42 0,010 W Pirimiphos-methyl 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Prochloraz 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Procymidone 42 41 0,010 1 0,015 2,00 EC MRL Profenofos 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Propargite 42 41 0,010 1 0,029 W Pyrethrins 0 1,00 EC MRL Pyrimethanil 42 42 0,010 W Pyriproxyfen 42 42 0,010 W

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Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Quinoxyfen 42 42 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Spiroxamine 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Tebuconazole 42 36 0,010 5 1 0,021 W Tebufenozide 42 42 0,010 W Thiabendazole 42 42 0,010 0,05 EC MRL

Thiodicarb (see Methomyl) 0

Thiophanate-methyl 42 38 0,010 3 1 0,070 2,00 EC MRL

Tolclofos-methyl 42 42 0,010 W

Tolylfluanid 42 42 0,010 3,00 N

Triadimefon 42 42 0,010 0,10 EC MRL

Triadimenol (see Triadimefon) 0

Vinclozolin 42 40 0,050 2 0,035 0,05 EC MRL

(*) i.e column "0.02" includes the range from 0.011 mg/kg up to 0.020 mg/kg

(**) Please use the following abbreviations for the Source of MRLs: E = EC MRL, N = National MRL, W = Without MRL

(1) Depending on the sampling date, the residue definition considered at MS level might be different from the one proposed in column B as EU MRL provisions (new residue definition) become applicable at MS level in May 2007. Please indicate the definition the residue refers to.

(2) Dithiocarbamates, expressed as CS2, including maneb, mancozeb, metiram, propineb, thiram and ziram. The MRLs expressed as CS2 can arise from different dithiocarbamates and therefore they do not reflect a single Good Agricultural Practice (GAP). It is therefore not appropriate to use these MRLs to check compliance with a GAP.

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Table B. Rye

Notifications of the results of EU co-ordinated programme

Product group: Cereals

Note, if any:

Reporting country: Year of sampling:

Total number of samples analysed:

29

With residues above MRL (EC+national):

0

Without detectable residues:

25

With residues above EC-MRL:

0

With detectable residues at or below MRL

4

With residues above national MRL:

0

Samples with quantifiable residues in classes up to and including (in mg/kg) (*) Pesticide

(residue definition according to Regulation 396/2005 on EU MRLs) Total number of samples Number of samples without residues Reporting level (mg/kg) 0.01 0.02 0.05 0.1 0.2 0.5 1 2 5 10 20 50 >50 Maximum residue level found (mg/kg) Number of samples with residues exceeding the MRL MRL (mg/kg) Source of MRL(**) Acephate 29 29 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Acetamiprid 0 W Aldicarb 29 29 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Azinphos-methyl 28 28 0,010 W Azoxystrobin 29 29 0,010 0,30 EC MRL Benomyl 29 29 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Bifenthrin 0 0,05 EC MRL Bromopropylate 0 0,05 EC MRL Bupirimate 0 W Buprofezin 0 W Captan (1) 0 W Carbaryl 29 29 0,010 0,50 EC MRL

Carbedazim (see Benomyl) 0

Chlormequat 28 3 0,010 1 2 5 10 6 1 0,660 2,00 EC MRL Chlorothalonil 28 28 0,010 0,10 EC MRL Chlorpropham 0 0,02 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Chlorpyrifos-methyl 28 28 0,010 3,00 EC MRL Cypermethrin 28 28 0,010 0,05 EC MRL Cyprodinil 0 0,20 N Deltamethrin (cis-deltamethrin) 28 28 0,010 2,00 EC MRL Diazinon 29 29 0,010 0,02 EC MRL Dichlofluanid 0 W Dichlorvos 29 29 0,010 2,00 EC MRL

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