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Circular 159 September 1956
(The chart on pages 2 and 3 brings the chart in Circular 140 up to date.)

COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WORK IN AGRICULTURE AND HOME ECONOMICS
(Acts of May 8 and Juno 30, 1914)
Agricultural Extension Service, University of Florida
Florida State University and United States Department of Agriculture, Cooperating
M. O. Watkins. Director








VEGETABLE PESTICIDE


TOLERANCE GUIDE




A Summary of Florida Vegetable Pesticide Tolerances
(September 15, 1956) and Minimum Days Last
Application To Harvest



In Cooperation With Florida Agricultural Experiment Station,
Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association, and Florida
Agricultural Research Institute










Single copies free to Florida residents upon request to
AGRICULTURAL EXTENSION SERVICE
GAINESVILLE, FLORIDA






VEGETABLE PESTICI
Does Not Include All. Pesticides, Crops,. and Precautions, ani

HOW TO

*: Indicates tolerance established by Food and Drug Administration
Numbers not in Parentheses: These are minimum days last application
which included application under Florida conditions and in
have indicated acceptance to these results.
Numbers in Parentheses: These are minimum days last application to i
compiled from USDA Handbook AH 103, March 1956, and p
Horizontal lines: These indicate some "related crop" groupings which
of residue considerations; these may be useful, except for sys
the same general group.

INSECTICIDES
I E Meth- I
Ara- Chlor- P Hepta- Lin- Mala- Ioxy-
Aldrin mite dane I DDT Dieldrin N chlor dane thion I chlor
ppm. .1 .25 1 .3 1 7 .1 .25 3 .1 1 101 8 14
Beans *(15) *5 3 *(7)
So. Peas *5** (3) (7)
Broc. *14 *3 *
Cabbage *7 *7 *(7)
Cauli. *__ *14 *(7) *(7)
Cant.' *(15) (30) *(3) *(7)
Wtrml. *
Carrot *(7)
Radish *
Turnips' ** *
Celery I* *(15) *14 *I 1* *7 I
Cucumb. *(1) *(3) *(7)
Squash _* I _* *(1) *(3) *(7)
Lettuce *(30) *15 (30)* *(7) *(7)
Endive *21 I *
Ch. Cab. 21 I
Onions I *(14) I *(5) (3)
r. Pot. ] | *(3)
Sw. Pot. *(30) *(30) __
Spinach ** *7 *
Collard *14 7 *(7)
Mustard *(7)
Turnips _*7 *(7)
Tomato *(15) *14 *3 1 *(7)
Eggplt. *(5) *(3) *(7)
Peppers *3 *(3) *(7)
Corn" I *5 I *
Okra II* I *~ *I I
Strwby. *(21) *7'-14 *5 *1 *(7)

'-Zero tolerance. (Florida Station comments: '-marketable head sampled. '-edible el
official "melon" entry. '-roots. '-foliage.






TOLERANCE GUIDE
oes Not Constitute Detailed Pest .Control Recommendations.

E CHART
parts per million level shown under pesticide.
harvest based on Florida Agricultural Experiment Station research
)rdance with Florida recommendations or dosages; regulatory agencies


rest, suggested only in the absence of Florida data, which have been
in to recommendations and dosages therein.

re been established by the Food and Drug Administration for purposes
ics, in attempting to transpose residue possibilities to several crops in


I FUNGICIDES
PUN I C I I E
Para- Systox TDE IrEPP1 Toxa- Cap-1Dich Fer- Maneb Zin- Zir-I
I thionl I (DDD) I phenel tan lonelbaml eb I am
1 1 .75 1 .3 7 1 7 20 1 3 1 7 .1 7 7 7 ppm.
*3 7 14 Beans
*3 *5 So. Peas
*10 *21 *21 Broc.
*7 *21 *21 Cabb.
*7 *21 *21 Caul.
*(15) Cant.
_Wtrml.
Carrot
*3 7 Radish
7 Turnips8
*7 21 __ *"21 | I Celery
*(15) (3) Cucumb.
*3| 7 _* (3) Squash
*10 *21 *(30) Lettuce
*14 21 Endive
10 21 _21 Ch. Cab.
*(21) __ | I* Onions
(5) *21 |* Ir. Pot.
__Sw. Pot.
*(21) Spinach
*(21) Collard
*(21) 14 Mustard
*14 21 Turnips'
*3 7 *(5) *5 Tomato
*(3) Eggpt.
*(15) Peppers
*5 I I I Corn"
1*3_ _ I I *_I I I I 1 1 Okra


* '*7 I


* Strwby.


npled. '-washed berries. '-up to flowering.


"-on foliage.)


'-interpreted in part from




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