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March 1997 - Full Commercial Note: Registration Voluntarily Cancelled 12/20/2000.

Cry1Ac Corn

May 1998 - Full Commercial for feed use only. Note: Registration Voluntarily Cancelled 2/20/01.

Cry9C Corn

May 2001 - Full Commercial October 2001 - Reassessed Full Commercial

Cry1F Corn

May 2001 - Full Commercial October 2001 - Reassessed Full Commercial

Cry1F Corn

Bt Plant-Incorporated Protectants October 15, 2001 Biopesticides Registration Action Document

DeKalb/Monsanto

69575-2

Aventis CropScience USA LP

264-669

Mycogen Seeds c/o Dow AgroSciences LLC

68467-2

Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc./DuPont

29964-3

3. Food Clearances/Tolerance Exemptions

By this reassessment, EPA has completed its tolerance reassessment for Cry1Ab (180.1173) and for Cry3A (180.1147) under 408(q) of the FFDCA. The tolerance exemptions for Cry1Ac (180.1155) and Cry1F (180.1217) do not require reassessment at this time. The following tolerance exemptions allow the use of the listed plant-incorporated protectants in food and/or feed.

  • a)

    Bacillus thuringiensis Cry3A delta-endotoxin and the genetic material necessary for its production are exempted from the requirement of a tolerance when used as a plant- incorporated protectant in potatoes. [40 CFR 180.1147; 60 FR 21728, May 3, 1995]

  • b)

    Bacillus thuringiensis subspecies kurstaki Cry1Ac delta-endotoxin and the genetic material necessary for its production in all plants are exempt from the requirement of a tolerance when used as plant-incorporated protectants in all plant raw agricultural commodities.[40 CFR

    • 180.1155

      ; 62 FR 17722, Apr. 11, 1997]

c)

Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1Ab delta-endotoxin and the genetic material necessary for its production in all plants are exempt from the requirement of a tolerance when used as plant- incorporated protectants in all plant raw agricultural commodities. [40 CFR 180.1173; 61 FR 40343, Aug 2, 1996]

The following tolerance exemption is also considered reassessed because it is included in the more broad tolerance exemption described in (c) above. The Agency plans on revoking this more narrow tolerance exemption in the near future in order to reduce confusion.

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