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Tolerances of pesticide residues in Czechoslovakia

  • V. Beneš
  • V. Černá
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Part of the Residue Reviews/Rückstandsberichte book series (RECT, volume 33)

Abstract

The increasing application of chemicals in agriculture, in which chemical protection of plants forms an important part, called for a number of precautions to protect the workers in production and application as well as to decrease and possibly exclude residue risks with the consumers. One of the significant precautions, similar as in other countries, is the establishment of tolerances for pesticide residues. Since 1965, tolerances form part of the positive list of pesticide residues. Until 1968 tolerances had to be approved by the Chief Hygienist of the CSSR; since 1969, when the State was divided into two Federal States, approval falls under the jurisdiction of the Chief Hygienists of both Republics.

Keywords

Pesticide Residue Beef Tallow Hydrogen Cyanide Acceptable Daily Intake Poppy Seed 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • V. Beneš
    • 1
  • V. Černá
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of HygienePragueCzech Republic

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