Updates to the multi-residue screening for fresh produce, cereals and water

The specialists of our pesticide residue laboratory have completed a number of important developments. For the matrices Fresh Produce, Cereals and water various improvements have been made to the analysis methods. New analysis lists for fresh produce, cereals and water are valid from the 23rd of April.

Fresh Produce:

– A specific analysis for Prohexadione calcium has been developed.

– The reporting limit for chlormequat and mepiquat has been changed from 0.01 to 0.005 mg/kg.

– The accreditation and the reporting limits of the specific heavy metals have been added.

Cereals:

– The Analysis list of the GC-MSMS and LC-MSMS screening for cereals has been expanded.

– The reporting limit for chlormequat and mepiquat have been changed from 0.01 to 0.005 mg/kg.

– The accreditation and the reporting limit of the specific heavy metals have been added.

Water:

– The Analysis list of the GC-MSMS and LC-MSMS for water screening has been expanded with 57 components.

– The accreditation and the reporting limits of heavy metals have been added.

– A specific analysis for Prohexadione calcium has been developed.

– A specific analysis for 6-benzyladenine has been developed.

Additional components for the standard screening in water

1-NaphthaleneacetamideBromoxynilDicambaFenisofamMCPASulfentrazon
2,4,5-TButuronDichloorpropFluazifopMCPBTEPP
2,4-DChloorfluazuronDichlorofenFluazinamMecopropTerbuthylazine
4-ChloorfenoxyazijnzuurChromafenozideDiclofopFlumethrinOrizalinTolfenpyrad
AlachloorClimbazoolDimethenamid-pFlupyradifuronePenflufenTriazoxide
AzimsulfuronClodinafopDimethirimolFluxapyroxadPinoxadenTriclopyr
BenoxacorCyantraniliproleDipropetrynFoximProsulfocarbValifenalaat
Bensulfuron-methylCyclanilideDithianonIndaziflamPyrimidifen
BentazonCyenopyrafenEtoxazoolIoxynilQuinoclamine
BixafenCyhexatin / AzocyclotinFenbutatinoxideIsouronSedaxane

 

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