Herbicide authorisation for outdoor bulb
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New authorisation for Inigo, Lianto and Soleto on outdoor bulb


New Extension of Authorisation for the use of Inigo, Soleto and Lianto as a herbicide for the control of annual broad leaved weeds and annual grasses.

Following the withdrawal of linuron earlier this year herbicides were a priority for ornamental bulbs, especially for use during the dormant period in the Autumn.

These EAMUs were sought to give growers access to an alternative metobromuron products.

Product name: Inigo
Marketing company: Belchim Crop Protection Limited
EAMU no: 2745 of 2018  
Active: 500 g / l Metobromuron
MAPP no: 16933


Product nameLianto
Marketing company: Belchim Crop Protection Limited
EAMU no: 2768 of 2018
Active: 500 g / l Metobromuron
MAPP no: 18394


Product name: Soleto
Marketing company: Belchim Crop Protection Limited
EAMU no: 2767 of 2018
Active: 500 g / l Metobromuron
MAPP no: 16935


Neither the efficacy nor the phytotoxicity of the products for which these Emergency Authorisations or EAMU have been granted have been assessed and, as such, the user bears in mind the risk in respect of failures concerning its efficacy or phytotoxicity.

Further Grower Information 

IMPORTANT: When applying this product under the terms of this Extension of Authorisation, comply with any resistance guidance or restrictions stated on the product label.

Total reliance on one pesticide will hasten the development of resistance. Pesticides of different chemical types or alternative control measures should be included in the planned programme. Alternating with different modes of action is a recognised anti-resistance strategy.

Extension of Authorisation for Minor Uses (EAMUs) are granted only in relation to a particular product for specific uses. It is an offence to use an approved product in a manner that does not comply with the specific conditions of approval that is laid down in the statutory Appendix 1 “Conditions of Extension of Authorisation” of the EAMU. To demonstrate compliance with such terms, a user must have read and understood the document before commencing spraying operations. Possession of a current EAMU document is generally taken as part of the “burden of proof” of this requirement. Only the original EAMU document, held by the Chemicals Regulation Directorate (“CRD”), constitutes a valid legal document.
No reliance should be placed on an EAMU by a user in relation to products which, although similar to an approved product, are not expressly covered by the EAMU.

These Extension of Authorisation documents have been supplied directly by CRD and reproduced here. Although every care has been taken, these documents are being conveyed to you electronically and therefore CRD cannot be held responsible for any corruption occurring during the transmission process. If users are in any doubt as to the fidelity of the information received they should seek reference to the “hard copy” version available from CRD, AHDB Horticulture or the NFU.
While the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board seeks to ensure that the information contained within this document is accurate at the time of printing, no warranty is given in respect thereof and, to the maximum extent permitted by law the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board accepts no liability for loss, damage or injury howsoever caused (including that caused by negligence) or suffered directly or indirectly in relation to information and opinions contained in or omitted from this document.