US Pesticide Product Registration Overview 2018

  • ID: 4534818
  • Report
  • Region: United States
  • 104 pages
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The report details the current registration system and processes under the direction of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The legislation of pesticide regulation and the data requirements for registration are also included.

The report also contains a summary of the top 30 companies registered with the EPA, the top 100 retailers, and the product approvals by year from 1948 to 2017.
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Executive Summary

Chaper 1: Overview of Crops and Pesticide Use in the U.S.
1.1 Geography
1.2 Climate
1.3 Agricultural Meteorology
1.3.1 Planted Areas of Major Crops
1.4 Farmers, Farms, Farm Size, and Main Crop Acreages
1.5 Grain Exports
1.6 Agrochemical Market in the United States
1.6.1 Maize
1.6.2 Soybean
1.6.3 Cotton
1.6.4 Cereals
1.6.5 Multinational Company Involvement in the U.S.

Chapter 2: Regulation and Legal System of Pesticide Registration in the United States
2.1 The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
2.1.1 Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP)
2.2 Laws and Regulations of Pesticide Registration
2.2.1 Introduction
2.2.2 The Principle Laws Regarding Pesticide Registration (40 CFR)
2.2.3 State Pesticide Regulatory Agencies
2.3 Registration categories
2.3.1 Registration for a Pesticide Product
2.3.2 Supplemental Registration to Distribute a Product Registered by Someone Else
2.3.3 Amending the Registration of a Product Already Registered with the EPA
2.3.4 Unconditional/Conditional Registration
2.4 Pesticide Registration Process in the United States
2.4.1 Overview of the Pesticide Registration Process
2.4.2 Obtaining an EPA Company or Establishment Number
2.4.3 Pre-Registration Meeting
2.4.4 Electronic Submission of Pesticide Applications
2.4.5 Completeness Reviews
2.4.6 Transfer of Product Registrations

Chapter 3: Data Requirements for Pesticides Registration
3.1 Conventional chemical pesticides
3.1.1 Data requirement
3.1.1.1 Fee Payment
3.1.1.2 Cover Letter
3.1.1.3 Application form
3.1.1.4 Confidential Statement of Formula
3.1.1.5 The identity of the applicant
3.1.1.6 Product Chemistry data requirements
3.1.1.7 Toxicity requirement data
3.1.2 Information Requirements of Label
3.1.2.1 Background
3.1.2.2 Purpose
3.1.2.3 Scope
3.1.2.4 The format for Submitting Labels
3.1.3 Time Schedule of Various Applications
3.1.3.1 Content screen review - 21 days
3.1.3.2 Preliminary Technical Screen - 45 ~ 90 days
3.1.3.3 In-Depth Review of Data - Data Deficiencies or Need for Additional Information Identified
3.2 Biochemical pesticides
3.3 Antimicrobial pesticides

Chapter 4: Data Protection/Compensation
4.1 Overview of Data Protection
4.2 The process of Data Protection Application

Chapter 5: Task Forces
5.1 Pesticide Handlers Exposure Database (PHED)
5.2 Agricultural Handler Exposure Task Force (AHETF)
5.3 Agricultural Re-entry Task Force (ARTF)
5.4 Outdoor Residential Exposure Task Force (ORETF)

Chapter 6: Analysis of EPA Registered Pesticides
6.1 Top 30 companies by number of technical product registrations with the EPA
6.2 Product types
6.3 Product toxicities
6.4 Number of approvals by year

Chapter 7: Appendix
7.1 Top 100 agrochemicals retailers
7.2 Form 8570-1
7.3 Form 8570-4
7.4 Form 8570-34
7.5 Form 8570-35
7.6 Form 8570-27

List of Figures
Figure 1: The most lucrative food crop map in the U.S.
Figure 2: Acreage from major field crops (million acres), long-term projections
Figure 3: The total number of farms in the USA from 2000 to 2016
Figure 4: The pesticide market values ($m) of main crops in the U.S. (2016)
Figure 5: Flowchart of the registration process
Figure 6: Number of technical product registrations with the EPA by the top 30 companies
Figure 7: Number of technical product registrations with the EPA by pesticide type
Figure 8: Number of technical product registrations with the EPA by signal word
Figure 9: Number of technical product registrations with the EPA by year

List of Tables
Table 1: Crop Area Planted and Harvested in United States (2016 and 2017)
Table 2: Top 10 herbicide active ingredients used on maize in the U.S. (2016)
Table 3: Top 10 insecticide active ingredients used on maize in the U.S. (2016)
Table 4: Top 10 fungicide active ingredients used on maize in the U.S. (2016)
Table 5: Top 10 herbicide active ingredients used on soybean in the U.S. (2016)
Table 6: Top 10 insecticide active ingredients used on soybean in the U.S. (2016)
Table 7: Top 10 fungicide ingredients used on soybean in the U.S. (2016)
Table 8: Top 10 insecticide active ingredients used on cotton in the U.S. (2016)
Table 9: Top 10 herbicide active ingredients used on cotton in the U.S. (2016)
Table 10: Top 10 herbicide active ingredients used on wheat in the U.S. (2016)
Table 11: Top 9 insecticide active ingredients used on wheat in the U.S. (2016)
Table 12: Top 10 fungicide active ingredients used on wheat in the U.S. (2016)
Table 13: Leading agrochemical companies in the USA (2016)
Table 14: Product Chemistry Data Requirements
Table 15: Experimental Use Permit Toxicity Data Requirements
Table 16: Registration Division - New Products
Table 17: Biochemical Pesticides Product Chemistry Data Requirements
Table 18: Biochemical Residue Data Requirements for Specific Uses
Table 19: Biochemical Pesticides Human Health Assessment Data Requirements
Table 20: PRIA Fee Category Table - Biopesticides Division - New Products
Table 21: Microbial Pesticides Product Analysis Data Requirements
Table 22: Microbial Pesticides Toxicology Data Requirements
Table 23: Top 100 agrochemicals retailers

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