Products withdrawn or to be withdrawn from the register
It is forbidden to use any products withdrawn from the Plant Protection Product Register. Products withdrawn from the Plant Protection Product Register are considered hazardous waste. Remember to dispose of hazardous waste in an appropriate manner.
The products that have been withdrawn from the Plant Protection Product Register since 31 December 1998 can be still be found in the register.
Tukes withdraws products from the Plant Protection Product Register because
- the authorisation of the product expires, and the authorisation holder has not applied for renewal of the authorisation or
- the authorisation holder applies for withdrawal of the product from the register even if the authorisation is still valid or
- the authorisation of the product expires, and the renewal requirements are not met or
- it is concluded in an EU-level review of the active substance that the active substance is not safe to use. In such a case, the products must be withdrawn from the register quite rapidly, as happened with, for example, the Rovral 75 WG with iprodione as the active substance.
information on products withdrawn or to be withdrawn can be found in the plant protection product register. You can search for them using the search function “product status”.
Products to be withdrawn from the register