The IPM Council of Canada | PMRA releases final decisions on chlorothalonil and iprodione
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PMRA releases final decisions on chlorothalonil and iprodione

PMRA releases final decisions on chlorothalonil and iprodione

Attached are the full re-evaluation decisions recently released by the Pest Management Regulatory Agency of Health Canada, after their review and consultation process for chlorothalonil and iprodione. The sections specific to use on turfgrass have been highlighted in yellow.

Chlorothalonil use has been restricted to twice per year for control of foliar diseases and once in the fall for snow mould control. All chlorothalonil products must now be provided in soluble packaging. Re-entry times have been defined and use for yellow patch has been removed. All label changes and formulation changes come into effect May 10, 2020.

All uses of iprodione on turfgrass have been cancelled. All label changes come into effect June 21, 2020.

RVD2018-11-chlorothalonil

RVD2018-16-iprodione