Latest Extensions of Minor Use issued

The following Extensions of Minor Use (EAMUs) were issued in January 2017 with the involvement of AHDB Horticulture in order to support UK horticulture production:

In Field Vegetables:

  • ‘Eribea’ (M17270) for the control of flea beetle and caterpillar on choi sum, collard, kohlrabi & oriental cabbage – EAMU 0249/2017
  • ‘Starane Hi-Load HL’ (M16557) for the control of volunteer potatoes, cleavers, common chickweed and common hemp-nettle on sweetcorn – EAMU 1107/2009
  • ‘Switch’ (M15129) for the control of grey mould on asparagus, courgette, summer squash, pumpkin, gherkin  – EAMU 0202/2017
  • ‘Agrichem Flowable Thiram’ as a seed treatment for the damping off of disease for swede – EAMU 3409/2016
  • ‘Agrichem Flowable Thiram’ as a seed treatment for the damping off of diseases for frise & lambs lettuce –EAMU 3410/2016

In Soft Fruit:

  • ‘Talius’ (M12752) for the control of powdery mildew on protected strawberry – EAMU 0210/2017
  • ‘Trianum P’ (M16741) for the control of fusarium, pythium & rhizoctonia on full enclosure of blackberry, loganberry, rubus hybrid, raspberry – EAMU 3433/2016 
  • ‘Trianum P’ (M16741) for the control of fusarium, pythium & rhizoctonia on full enclosure crops of bilberry, blackberry, redcurrant, blueberry, cranberry, gooseberry, mulberry, rosehips – EAMU 3431/2016
  • ‘Trianum P’ (M16741) for the control of fusarium, pythium & rhizoctonia on full enclosure strawberrys – EAMU 3434/2016

In Tree Fruit:

  • ‘Roundup Biactive GL’ (M17348) for the control of weeds on almond, apple, apricot, cherry, chestnut, crab apple, hazelnut, kentish cob nut, peach, pear, plum, quince & walnut – EAMU 0234/2017
  • ‘Starane Hi-Load HL’  (M16557) for the control of common chickweed, common hemp-nettle, cleavers on apple, pear, almond, chestnut, hazelnut and walnut – EAMU 0227/2017 

In Ornamentals:

  • ‘Logo’ (M17624) for the control of weeds on ornamental trees, shrubs & roses – EAMU 3437/2016

The AHDB Horticulture Extension of Authorisation for Minor Uses (EAMU) programme helps UK growers to remain competitive by ensuring there is access to essential crop protection products. A full list of the latest EAMU notifications is updated on a regular basis and can be seen on the AHDB website.

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