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The public participation process for registration actions provides a meaningful opportunity for the public to comment on major registration decisions at a point in the registration process when comprehensive information and analysis are available. The Agency intends to use the outlined public participation process for the following types of applications:

  • new active ingredients;
  • first food use;
  • first outdoor use;
  • first residential use; and
  • other actions of significant interest.

For background information on this effort, please visit the Public Involvement in Pesticide Registration.

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Public Participation in Registration Actions
Chemical NameProcess NameProcess TriggerOpen for
Comment
Isaria fumosorosea (Paecilomyces fumosoroseus)RegisteredFirst Food Use
(E,Z)-7,9-Dodecadien-1-ol acetateRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
(E,Z,Z)-3,8,11-Tetradecatrien-1-ol acetateRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
(Z,Z,E)-7,11,13-HexadecatrienalRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
2,13-Octadecadien-1-ol, (2E,13Z)-NoneNew Active Ingredient
2-Butenoic acid, 3-methyl-, 5-methyl-2-(1-methylethenyl)-4-hexenyl esterRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
2-methyl-1-butanolRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
7,9,11-Dodecatrien-1-ol, formate, (7Z,9E)-Pending RegistrationFirst Food Use
Abscisic acidRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
Acibenzolar-s-methylRegistration ReviewFirst Residential Use
AmetoctradinRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
AmicarbazoneRegisteredFirst Residential Use
AminocyclopyrachlorRegisteredNew Active Ingredient
AmisulbromPending RegistrationImport Tolerance;
New Active Ingredient
Ammonium sulfateRegistration ReviewNew Active Ingredient
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Plant Incorporated Protectant (PIP)
TitleSubjectDocument TypeOpen for
Comment
Memorandum to Open Docket Plant-Incorporated Protectant Insect Resistance Management (IRM)

PIPs Insect Resistance Management (IRM)Federal Register (FRN)
Proposed Registration Extensions for Bt Corn Registrations Currently Set to Expire in 2010

The Agency is requesting comments on proposed extensions of expiring Bt Corn PIP registrations as well as proposed Biopesticides Registrations Action Documents (BRAD's) related to these Bt corn registrations.Federal Register (FRN)
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Cotton

1. Cry1Ab (Event T304-40)

2. Cry2Ae (Event GHB119)
 
3 Cry1Ab (Event T304-40) x Cry2Ae (Event GHB119)
Proposed Registration Decision for two new plant incorporated protectant (PIPs) active ingredients (Cry1Ab and Cry2Ae).Federal Register (FRN)
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. Cry 34/35Ab1 (Event 59122)

2. Cry1F (Event TC1507)

Time Limited Registration Decision for two new seed blend PIP products in field corn for the 2010 growing season. These seed blends contain previously registered events (active ingredients).Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. 1507 X MON810 (Cry1F X Cry1Ab)

2. 1507 X 59122 X MON810 (Cry1F X Cry34/35 Ab1 X Cry1Ab)
 
3. 59122 X MON815 (Cry 34/35 Ab1 X Cry 1Ab)
For each extension, the Agency has updated / modified each associated BRAD. In addition, the terms and conditions of registration have been added to the docket; comment period closes on 11-28-10.Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectant (PIP):

Plum Pox Viral Coat Protein Gene

Proposed Registration Decision for a new plant incorporated protectant (PIP) active ingredient, including the risk assessment, and proposed product label available for commentRegistration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

Bt11 X MIR162 X TC1507 corn (Cry1Ab X Vip3Aa20 X Cry1F)

Registration decision for a new pyramided PIP product, expressing three currently registered lepidopteran-active toxins, with a structured refuge requirement of 5% in the Corn Belt and 20% in cotton-growing areas.Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectant (PIP):

MON 87701 Cry1Ac Bt Soybean

Proposed Registration Decision for a new plant incorporated protectant (PIP) active ingredient and the risk assessment, is available for comment.Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. Cry1Ab (Event MON810)

2. Cry1F (Event TC1507)
 
3. Cry 34/35Ab1 (Event 59122)
Time Limited Registration Decision for two new seed blend PIP products in field corn for the 2011 growing season. These seed blends contain previously registered events (active ingredients).Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. Cry 34/35Ab1 (Event 59122)

2. Cry1F (Event TC1507)
 
3. Cry2Ab2 (Event MON89034)
 
4. Cry1A.105 (Event MON89034)
 
5. Cry3Bb1 (Event MON88017)
Time Limited Registration Decision for new seed blend PIP products in field corn for the 2011 growing season. These seed blends contain previously registered events (active ingredients).Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. Cry 34/35Ab1 (Event 59122)

2. Cry1F (Event TC1507)
 
3. Cry1Ab (Event MON810)
Time Limited Registration Decision for three new stacked PIP's in field corn products containing previously registered events (active ingredients).Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1. 1507 X MON810 (Cry1F X Cry1Ab)

2. 1507 X 59122 X MON810 (Cry1F X Cry34/35 Ab1 X Cry1Ab)
 
3. 59122 X MON815 (Cry 34/35 Ab1 X Cry 1Ab)
Registration decision for an amendment to the 1507 X MON810 (EPA Reg. No. 29964-7) and 1507 X 59122 X MON810 (EPA Reg. No.29964-8) registrations to reduce to 20% the insect resistance management refuge requirement in cotton-growing regions.Registration Decision
Plant Incorporated Protectants (PIPs) in Field Corn

1507 X MON810 (Cry1F X Cry1Ab)

Registration decision for an amendment to the 1507 X MON810 (29964-7) registration to reduce the insect resistance management refuge requirement in the corn belt to 5%.Registration Decision
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