Plant protection products register

Register of authorised plant protection products in Austria

The plant protection products register lists all plant protection products, numbered consecutively, that have been reviewed and authorised by the Federal Office for Food Safety. It consists of publicly and non-publicly accessible sections.
The publicly accessible section of the Plant Protection Products Register not only lists general authorisation information, such as authorisation dates, authorisation holder, manufacturer of the formulation, active substances contained in the respective plant protection product as well as the active-substance level, but also lists detailed instructions for use, requirements and indications.
The publicly accessible part of the plant protection products register is continuously updated and is available online.
The non-public section of the register lists other information such as the authorised composition and properties, qualitative and quantitative particulars of the constituents, including any significant impurities of toxicological, ecotoxicological and environmental concern.

Emergency Authorisations according to article 53 of regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 in 2015 (in German only):

 

Erteilte Notfallzulassungen gem. Artikel 53 der VO (EU) Nr. 1107/2009 im Jahr 2015

Ein Mitgliedstaat kann unter bestimmten Umständen für eine Dauer von höchstens 120 Tagen das Inverkehrbringen eines Pflanzenschutzmittels für eine begrenzte und kontrollierte Verwendung gemäß Artikel 53 der Verordnung (EG) Nr. 1107/2009 zulassen. Voraussetzung dafür ist, dass sich eine solche Maßnahme angesichts einer anders nicht sicher abzuwehrenden Gefahr als notwendig erweist. Jede Notfallzulassung muss der europäischen Kommission gemeldet werden.
Die nachfolgende Tabelle enthält eine Übersicht der vom Bundesamt für Ernährungssicherheit im Jahr 2015 erteilten Notfallzulassungen.
Informationen zu den zugelassenen Anwendungsbestimmungen, Hinweisen und Auflagen können im Pflanzenschutzmittelregister abgerufen werden.
Nach Ablauf des Zulassungszeitraums ist eine Abfrage bis 24 Monate ab Ende der Zulassung unter dem Menü Beendete Zulassungen, Genehmigungen und Vertriebserweiterungen der letzten 4 Wochen/6 Monate/12 Monate/24 Monate bzw. bei Erweiterungen bestehender Zulassungen mit Anwendungen für den Notfall unter dem Menü Streichung von Indikationen der letzten 4 Wochen/6 Monate/12 Monate/24 Monate möglich.

Reported distribution extensions in accordance with the Plant Protection Products Regulation 2011
In accordance with Section 13 (1) of the Plant Protection Products Regulation 2011, a plant protection product may also be placed on the market under a different name for the first time by persons other than the authorisation holder.
The distribution extensions are now available in the publicly accessible section of the Plant Protection Products Register.
Amendments to the Plant Protection Products Act 2011
With the entry into force of the amendment to the Plant Protection Products Act 2011 on 01 August 2013, the following prohibitions provided for in Section 18 (10) and (11) took effect:
•    The prohibition of placing on the market of plant protection products containing the active substance glyphosate regarding its use as desiccant, if the crop is intended for food and feedstuffs purposes. In accordance with Section 18 (14) of the Plant Protection Products Act 2011, no grace period was granted.

•    The prohibition of placing on the market of plant protection products containing at least one of the active ingredients clothianidin, thiamethoxam and imidacloprid, regarding use on winter wheat, winter spelt, winter triticale and winter rye (sowing July through December), if the crop is intended for food and feedstuffs purposes. In accordance with Section 18 (15) of the Plant Protection Products Act 2011, a grace period was granted until 01 October 2013.
These restrictions also apply to plant protection products registered in accordance with Section 3 (4) of the Plant Protection Products Act 1997, even if the application provisions in the Member State of origin remain in effect.

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