By Allan S. Felsot and Kenneth D. Racke (Eds.)
content material: 1. The Evolution of Agriculture Pracitecs, Pest regulate applied sciences, and Public expectancies ; 2. natural Certification of insecticides: Philosophy to perform; the point of view of 1 player ; three. The IR-4 software for Registration of Biopesticides ; four. natural vs. traditional insecticides: What we all know and What we do not find out about Use, Toxicity, and Environmental affects ; five. placing the Toxicology and danger evaluate authorized natural insecticides Into viewpoint ; 6. improvement and Registration of decreased hazard, qualified natural Insecticide: Spinosad Case examine ; 7. Environmental and health and wellbeing tests for Spinosad opposed to the Backdrop of natural Certification ; eight. Spinosad Mode of motion and Pro-Active Resistance administration ; nine. Codling Moth Pheromone region broad application ; 10. Environmental Dissipation of Codling Moth Pheromone from Hand-Applied Dispensers Vince Hebert ; eleven. Catnip crucial Oil job and patience in Sand from regulate of Subterranean Termites (Isoptera:Rhinotermitidae) within the laboratory ; 12. box checking out of traditional Herbicides within the Pacific Northwest ; thirteen. Bioherbicides study & threat review ; 14. Inducible Plant Defenses:Prospects for affliction and rigidity keep an eye on ; 15. Messenger: Environmentally Sound resolution For Crop creation and defense ; sixteen. Soli destiny of Bt Protiens from Foliar Sprays and Transgenic vegetation, with Implications for Non-Target affects ; 17. Multi-residue research and Photochemistry of a few pesticides utilized by natural Farmers ; 18. Environmental destiny and Ecological impression of Copper Hydroxide ; 19. Environmental destiny and Ecotoxicological results of ordinary Product insecticides in Canada ; 20. Ecotoxicology of Neem
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It does not refer to the specific people or actions of the U S D A National Organic Program office. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2006. ch003 37 approved for addition to the National List by the N O S B and added to the List by the United States Secretary of Agriculture. O F P A also allows for the prohibition of natural (non-synthetic) materials. A n additional important characteristic of O F P A is its consumer rather than producer/processor focus. Many supporters of OFPA are less interested in creating conditions under which all types of food may be labeled as "organic" than providing food that has been produced and processed under conditions that are believed by supporters to be healthy and environmentally benign.
Anyone may submit a petition to the N O S B seeking the evaluation of a substance for inclusion or deletion from the National List. " When a material is petitioned for addition to the List the petitioner submits information pertaining to the substance to the N O S B . ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2006. ch003 Table I. Selected Materials on the National List - Crops SYNTHETIC ALLOWED Disinfectants Ethanol Hydrogen peroxide Insecticides Boric acid Lime sulfur Plant disease Fixed copper Lime sulfur Soil amendment Humic acid Soluble boron List 4 inerts NON-SYNTHETIC PROHIBITED Arsenic Lead salts Sodium fluoaluminate Strychnine Tobacco dust (nicotine sulfate) Potassium chloride Sodium nitrate Table II.
A significant segment of the organic community believes that not all foods can be labeled "organic". If soil conditions require the addition of macronutrients, then food grown in this location cannot be labeled "organic". If an animal requires the administration of antibiotics to maintain health, the antibiotic must be administered but the animal cannot be labeled "organic". Thus a tension is created between producers/processors and consumers. A producer or processor may advocate the addition of synthetic materials to the National List because the materials are essential for production or processing whereas a consumer may not wish for a synthetic material to be added even if it means that the raw or processed food cannot be labeled "organic".
Crop Protection Products for Organic Agriculture. Environmental, Health, and Efficacy Assessment by Allan S. Felsot and Kenneth D. Racke (Eds.)