EFSA Journal

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Toxicological relevance of pesticide metabolites

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) asked the Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues (PPR) to develop an opinion on approaches to evaluate the toxicological relevance of metabolites and degradates of pesticide active substances in die ...

Risk assessment for bees

The PPR Panel was asked to deliver a scientific opinion on the science behind the development of a risk assessment of plant protection products on bees (Apis mellifera, Bombus spp. and solitary bees). Specific protection goals options were suggested based ...

Emission routes of PPPs from Greenhouses and Covered Crops

The Scientific Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues (PPR Panel) of EFSA was asked to make an inventory of protected crop systems (e.g. greenhouses and cultivations grown under cover) and emissions from these systems to relevant environmen ...

Exposure of organisms in soil

Based on consultation with Member States, EFSA asked the Panel to prepare a revision of the Guidance Document on the persistence of plant protection products in soil (SANCO/9188VI/1997 of 12 July 2000) as scientific knowledge in this field has evolved in ...

Development of a soil ecoregions concept

A modelling approach for defining soil ecoregions within Europe was developed to improve the realism of exposure scenarios for plant protection products. Biological information on four soil animal groups (earthworms, enchytraeids, collembolans and isopods ...

Specific protection goals for ERA of pesticides

General protection goals are stated in European legislation but specific protection goals (SPGs) are not precisely defined. These are however crucial for designing appropriate risk assessment schemes. Here a process for defining SPG options is presented, ...

Emissions from protected crops

The European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) asked the Panel on Plant Protection Products and their Residues (PPR) to develop an inventory of protected crop systems (e.g. greenhouses and cultivations grown under cover) and emissions from these systems to rel ...

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