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An important function of the Arid Southwest IPM Network is to serve as the primary information source for USDA, EPA, and other federal, state and regional interests regarding pest management issues in our multi-state area.

Federal agencies often request information on current pest management practices (including pesticide use) in a particular crop to inform decision-making processes, such as re-registration of pesticides through the Food Quality Protection Act (FQPA).  

Information requests regarding pest management in the arid southwest are now funneled through the Arid Southwest IPM Network. We have built an expanding list of contacts, including researchers, growers, pest control advisors, farm managers and Cooperative Extension personnel in our multi-state area. This network facilitates timely and accurate responses to pest management information requests that reflect current practices and growers needs for safe and effective pest management tools.

Product/Active Ingredient/Topic Affected Crops/Areas Request Date Reply Date
2,4-D All registered crops 1/6/2009 PDF, 149KB 2/23/2009 PDF, 110KB
Acibenzolar Spinach, Chiles, other crops 1/23/14 PDF, 181KB 2/21/14 PDF, 76KB
Acrolein Oranges 1/3/2007 PDF,183KB 1/29/2007 PDF,110KB
Avitrol (4-aminopyridine) Bird control around structures, feed lots, airports, land fill sites, and in California for protecting vineyards and sprouting agricultural seeds 8/1/2007 PDF,86KB 8/22/2007 PDF,90KB
Buprofezin Cotton, melons, lettuce, citrus, other crops 7/10/2012 PDF, 124KB 9/10/2012 PDF, 406KB
Cabaryl Floriculture uses 5/6/2008 PDF, 92KB 5/19/2008 PDF, 68KB
Chemigation All registered crops 12/22/2008 PDF, 128KB 3/6/09 PDF, 58KB
Chloroneb cotton, beans, peanuts, sugarbeets, turf 8/17/2011 PDF, 58KB 9/29/2011 PDF, 96KB
DDVP (Dichlorvos) Animal Treatment - Dairy Cattle, Beef Cattle, Swine, Poultry (Laying Hen), and Poultry (Broilers); Animal Premises - Dairy Barns, Poultry Houses, Feedlots; Manure - Livestock and Poultry 7/13/2007 PDF,94KB 7/27/2007 PDF,103KB
Dimethoate All registered crops 8/4/2006 PDF,6.4MB 9/14/2006 PDF,44KB
Dimethoate Reregistration Review (All Crops) 12/18/2009 PDF, 84KB 3/1/2010 PDF, 110KB
Endosulfan MOA between EPA and Registrants regarding the registration of pesticide products containing endosulfan PDF, 3.9MB July 22, 2010  
Endosulfan EPA Impact Assessments on Endosulfan; Request for Comments and Additional Information on Importance of Use 5/6/2009 PDF, 52KB 7/6/2009 PDF, 545KB
Endosulfan Petitions requesting revocation of tolerances and cancellation of uses for endosulfan, Docket ID #EPA-HQ-OPP-2008-0615 8/12/08 PDF, 61KB 10/20/2008 PDF, 96KB
Endosulfan Risk Mitigation Measures Multiple crops 10/11/2007 PDF,91KB no comments
Endosulfan Cotton 11/6/2002 PDF,139KB 12/4/2002 PDF,216KB
9/29/2006 PDF,931KB
Fenamidone Vegetable crops including leafy vegetables, cole crops & peppers, root crops (carrots, garlic, turnip, onions) 3/31/2014 PDF,284KB 5/15/2014 PDF,61KB
Imazalil Lemons 1/23/2014 PDF,182KB 3/24/2014 PDF,80KB
Imidacloprid Cotton 3/5/2009 PDF, 28KB 3/9/2009 PDF, 82KB
Malathion Public health uses 1/19/2012 PDF, 107KB 2/13/2012 PDF, 68KB
Malathion Reregistration Review (All Crops) 4/1/2013 PDF, 47KB 5/26/2013 PDF, 83KB
Maneb Reregistration Review (All Crops) 5/26/2010 PDF, 45KB 5/16/2010 PDF, 114KB
Metaldehyde Several crops, slugs would be the target pests 4/11/2007 PDF,72KB 4/27/2007 PDF,82KB
Metaldehyde/Iron Phosphate Several crops, slugs would be the target pests 12/12/2006 PDF,58KB not available
Methomyl Grapes 8/27/2002 PDF,223KB no comments
Methomyl and Thiodicarb Sweet corn, head lettuce 2/21/2007 PDF,57KB 3/6/2007 PDF,207KB
Nicotine Any crops on which nicotine is applied (nursery and ornamental crops are about the only ones where nicotine seems to be important) 5/8/2007 PDF,51KB 5/26/2007 PDF,53KB
Oxamyl Watermelons 8/7/2009 PDF, 84KB 8/20/2009 PDF, 60KB
Prodiamine Ditches and ditch banks 8/19/2011 PDF, 53KB 9/1/2011 PDF, 62KB
Siduron (Tupersan) Turf including golf courses, athletic fields, sod farms and grass grown for seed 12/5/2006 PDF,87KB not available
Siduron RED Siduron Reregistration Eligibility Decision (RED). All notices, public responses, and related information on the Regulations.gov website N/A N/A
Soil fumigants (Chloropicrin, Dazomet, Methyl Bromide, Metam Potassium, and Metam Sodium) Cantaloupes, carrots, cucumbers, eggplant, forest seedlings, nursery crops, onions, orchard replant (California), peanuts, peppers, potatoes, squash, strawberries, sweet potato, tobacco, tomatoes, watermelon 3/12/2007 PDF,198KB 4/5/07 PDF,102KB
4/25/07 PDF,132KB
Spirotetramat (Movento) lettuce, desert vegetable crops, cotton 1/14/10 (PDF, 104KB) APMC - 2/8/10 (PDF, 376KB)
ADA - 2/8/10 (PDF, 32KB)
Sulfoxaflor  
public comment on conditional registration for several crops
 
1/14/13 (PDF, 427KB) Palumbo - 2/8/13, (PDF, 708KB)
APMC - 2/12/13 (PDF, 501KB)
Thiodicarb Cotton, sweet corn, soybeans, leafy vegetables, cole crops, ornamentals and other minor use crops 12/21/09 PDF, 129KB 2/16/10 PDF, 456KB
Thiophanate methyl Melons, tree fruit, nuts (pecans and pistachio), tuber crops, beans, other crops 3/31/2014 PDF,282KB 5/15/2014 PDF,62KB
Quinoxyfen Melons, Lettuces, Chiles 1/23/14 PDF, 184KB 2/21/14 PDF, 80KB
Topical Requests Crops Affected or other information    
Columbia Adoptions maximum residue limits (MRLs) The republic of Columbia announces maximum residue limits for imported produce: World Trade Organization (WTO) notification of Columbia's adoption of MRLs PDF, 94KB
Republic of Columbia Resolution on Maximum Residue Limits for Pesticides PDF, 800KB
10/26/07 PDF, 107KB no comments
EPA Enforcement Priorities, FY 2011-13 Related documents:
Background Paper: Worker Protection Standard PDF, 31KB
Background Paper: Pesticide Use at Day Care Facilities PDF, 27KB
1/4/10 PDF, 177KB 1/19/10 PDF, 17KB
Greenhouse production of peppers IR-4 Inquiry regarding Southwest commercial greenhouse production of peppers 1/28/11 PDF, 82KB 2/8/11 PDF, 82KB
Registration review data needs All crops 11/3/08 PDF, 174KB 11/25/08 PDF, 103KB

For more information, contact Al Fournier at fournier@cals.arizona.edu.

 

 

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