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IR-4 PMC Meeting October 27 -28, 2009 IR-4 HQ, Princeton, NJ Van R. Starner IR-4 PMC Meeting October 27 -28, 2009 IR-4 HQ, Princeton, NJ Van R. Starner (as of 10/26/09)

FUW & NRPM Review/2010 Research Plan Overview • FUW 2009 Summary • 2009 NRPM FUW & NRPM Review/2010 Research Plan Overview • FUW 2009 Summary • 2009 NRPM Process • 2010 Field Residue Program Plans • FUW/NRPM Plans - 2010

FUW 2009 Summary • Marriott at Key Center – downtown Cleveland, OH • Attendance: FUW 2009 Summary • Marriott at Key Center – downtown Cleveland, OH • Attendance: ~160 registered • 4 th year of project nomination process - projects were nominated as priority “A”, “B” or “C” – FUW prioritization focused on projects that received at least one “A” nomination • Opportunity was given for additional projects to be discussed as “A” nominations (if they were missed during nomination process in August) (vs ~200 in ‘ 08, ~180 in ‘ 07)

FUW 2009 Summary (cont’d) • Projects discussed: entomology ~70, weed science ~65, pathology ~120 FUW 2009 Summary (cont’d) • Projects discussed: entomology ~70, weed science ~65, pathology ~120 (2008 total was ~320); “A” priorities assigned: entomology 17, weed science 18, pathology 20 (21) • Numerous projects were given “A” nominations for efficacy/crop safety only; each discipline discussed these and gave high priority (“P”) for 4 or 5 projects • Each discipline held general discussion sessions prior to starting priority setting, following company presentations (now available on website) • 22 projects were not nominated for the third year in a row = workshop drops; in 2 years we’ve “moth-balled” >140 projects!

FUW 2009 Summary (cont’d) à From ~17 respondents: - the 2 -day format worked FUW 2009 Summary (cont’d) à From ~17 respondents: - the 2 -day format worked well again and the new nomination process/database continue to be great improvements and make prioritization very efficient - good to have EPA there to provide updates and answer questions - discipline discussion sessions need a better focus, more relevant to help in the project prioritization process; limit the length of these, or possibly eliminate them to allow more time for discussions during the prioritization process - consider requiring a minimum amount of efficacy and use pattern information before approving an “A” priority

2009 NRPM Process & 10/29/09 Meeting • Starting 9/23/09 RFC began entering field trial 2009 NRPM Process & 10/29/09 Meeting • Starting 9/23/09 RFC began entering field trial assignments in the. Tentative/Scheduled Studies list through the new database (in other years, we’ve completed this process during the second morning of the face-to-face NRPM); LRD had the same capability, but began their entries the week of Oct. 19 • 10/6/09 Deadline for receipt of Priority Upgrade Proposals (PUPs) and expected Regional Upgrade projects; distribution of materials to RFC, HQ, AAFC • 10/13/09 Conf. call among RFC, AAFC, HQ discipline managers and supervisors; reviewed FUW “A” priorities, “Red A’s”, “Int’l Red A’s”; discussed/approved Regional upgrade and PUP projects; determined other residue projects to move onto the 2010 field research plans (before, we’ve completed this process during the first morning of the face-to-face NRPM); decided next steps in determining efficacy/crop safety trials to conduct in 2010

2009 NRPM Process & 10/29/09 Meeting Thursday October 29 • 8: 00 a. m. 2009 NRPM Process & 10/29/09 Meeting Thursday October 29 • 8: 00 a. m. – noon RFC/HQ Discipline Managers & SD/Lab Research Directors/AAFC, etc. – will finalize field and lab sites for 2010 food use research plan • 1: 00 - 3: 30 p. m. review of 2009 food use project nomination/FUW/NRPM processes; efficacy/crop safety research plans • 3: 30 – 5: 00 p. m. RFC to discuss ornamentals projects and 2010 research plans/budgets with C. Palmer

2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities 17 FUW Entomology “A” Residue Priorities Product/commodity Tolfenpyrad/avocado 2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities 17 FUW Entomology “A” Residue Priorities Product/commodity Tolfenpyrad/avocado Tolfenpyrad/blueberry Flonicamid/dry bean Flonicamid/tomato Metaldehyde/edible-pod bean Metaldehyde/edible-pod pea Methoxyfenozide/date* Etoxazole/grasses Naled/citrus** PR# 10427 10380 10475 08556 10334 10333 10154 09667 10220 Product/Commodity Bifenazate/banana Acetamiprid/caneberry Anthraquinone/canola Fenpyroximate/cherry Spirotetramat/red clover Cyantraniliprole/GH cucumber Bifenthrin/grape Abamectin/strawberry PR# 10002 09050 10365 10438 10426 10313 10074 08019 Total 13 chemistries *May be replaced by spirodiclofen/date (10482) if methoxyfenozide Chem. SAC proposal is successful **After FUW, this “A” priority was rescinded by the Southern Region

2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities (cont’d) 18 FUW Weed Science “A” Residue Priorities 2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities (cont’d) 18 FUW Weed Science “A” Residue Priorities Product/commodity PR# Quinclorac/asparagus Quinclorac/blueberry Quinclorac/caneberry Fomesafen/dry pea Fomesafen/strawberry Napropamide/ginseng Quizalofop/grape Pendimethalin/mint Simazine/peach* 08295 10436 10476 10439 06263 10031 10314 01927 Product/Commodity Fluazifop-p-butyl/caneberry Fluazifop-p-butyl/grasses Fluazifop-p-butyl/lettuce Fluazifop-p-butyl/rhubarb Clopyralid/radish Clopyralid/pear Flufenacet+Metribuzin/hay Glyphosate/dry bulb onion Prohexadione calcium/straw Total 11 chemistries *After FUW, Mfg. confirmed data are not needed for this “A” priority, per DCI PR# 03947 09825 02072 02404 10437 03624 10372 08056 07773

2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities (cont’d) 21 FUW Pathology “A” Residue Priorities Product/commodity 2010 Field Program – “A” Priorities (cont’d) 21 FUW Pathology “A” Residue Priorities Product/commodity Metrafenone/hops Metrafenone/summer squash Metrafenone/tomato Metconazole/dry bean Metconazole/sunflower Difenoconazole/ginseng Difenoconazole/potato PH Difen+Cyprodinil/artichoke Cyazofamid/chives Chlorothalonil/mustard greens Triflumizole/GH tomato PR# 10466 10478 10467 10388 10390 10446 10131 10387 10265 05423 09299 Product/Commodity MCW 2*/cucumber MCW 2*/pepper, bell/non bell MCW 2*/summer squash MCW 2*/tomato Mandipropamid/snap bean Mandipropamid/GH tomato Propiconazole/avocado Fluopicolide/basil Pyrimethanil/GH cucumber Fluazinam/spinach PR# 10461 10462 10460 10463 10324 10485 09914 10121 10284 06890 Total 13 chemistries *After FUW, Mfg. informed IR-4 they are doing fruiting and cucurbit vegetable MOR work in-house in 2010, so IR-4 will not do these “A” priority studies

Summary of FUW “A” Priorities • • • Total 50 residue studies Total trials: Summary of FUW “A” Priorities • • • Total 50 residue studies Total trials: ~300 -350 (avg. 6 -7/study) Total 37 chemistries Includes 6 processing studies Includes 11 joint studies with Canada

2010 Field Program – “Red A” trials EPA-requested, Carryover Residue Trials PR# Commodity Product 2010 Field Program – “Red A” trials EPA-requested, Carryover Residue Trials PR# Commodity Product Trials 09976 apple/pear (PH) difenconazole Reg. 1, 10 -3, 11, 12 10173 potato fenpyroximate Reg. 3 09532 lima bean cyazofamid 3 CA -09 trials (‘ 10 $s) 10360 collards permethrin Reg. 6 (rereg) 10359 tomato (small fruit) permethrin any 3 trials (rereg) 08850* wild rice lambda-cyhalothrin MN - 3, CA - 1 07261 lima bean dimethomorph 2 trials 07247 mustard greens dimethomorph 2 trials 10082* flax malathion ND - 1 10091 canola diquat SD - 1 A 9026 flax cyfluthrin SD - 1 01682 carrot prometryn Reg. 5, 10, 11 03618 parsley prometryn Reg. 10 B 9367 citrus (added 10/26/09) methoxyfenocide FL – 3 (orange) *includes a processing study

2010 Field Program – “Int’l Red A” Studies US Residue Data Needed to Support 2010 Field Program – “Int’l Red A” Studies US Residue Data Needed to Support Codex MRLs PR# Product/Commodity (# trials) 10490 Spinetoram/hops (4) Reason tolerance converted from spinosad tolerance 10491 Chlorantraniliprole/hops (4) tolerance being covered by IR-4 2009 “all-crops” residue study 10083 Chlorantraniliprole/artichoke (4) tolerance being covered by IR-4 2009 “all-crops” residue study 10362 Chlorantraniliprole/pomegranate (4) tolerance being covered by IR-4 2009 “all-crops” residue study

Summary of “Red A” Trials/Studies • Total 4 “Int’l Red A” studies + 32 Summary of “Red A” Trials/Studies • Total 4 “Int’l Red A” studies + 32 residue trials – total 48 trials • Includes 2 processing studies • Includes 12 chemistries (9 are different than in “A” studies)

2010 Field Program (cont’d) Regional upgrade, PUP and Priority “B” Residue Studies PR# Commodity 2010 Field Program (cont’d) Regional upgrade, PUP and Priority “B” Residue Studies PR# Commodity 10470 10285 10367 10376$$ 10377$$ 10278 10370 10126 09981 07127 caneberry pepper almond cherry plum asparagus cherry tomato (GH) blueberry guava mfg. sponsored study $$ Product methoxyfenozide glyphosate chlorothalonil clothianidin carfentrazone-ethyl metrafenone pyrifluquinazone flubendiamide cyprodonil+fludioxinil

2010 Field Program (cont’d) Regional upgrade, PUP and Priority “B” Residue Studies PR# Commodity 2010 Field Program (cont’d) Regional upgrade, PUP and Priority “B” Residue Studies PR# Commodity Product 10383 10458 06312 10468 10469 02083 10366 10389 06385 00148 10477 okra tomato strawberry peach plum blueberry sunflower (ST) dry pea radish cantaloupe clethodim trifloxysulfuron glyphosate fenpyroximate fluazifop-butyl anthraquinone metconazole propiconazole chlorothalonil metrafenone

Summary of Upgraded & Priority B Studies • Total 21 residue studies • Total Summary of Upgraded & Priority B Studies • Total 21 residue studies • Total trials ~126 -147 (avg. 6 -7/study) • Total 17 chemistries (6 are different than in “A”/“Red A” studies) • Includes 3 processing studies • Includes 3 joint studies with Canada

Summary of All 2010 Residue Studies • Total 71 residue studies • Total trials: Summary of All 2010 Residue Studies • Total 71 residue studies • Total trials: ~426 -497 (avg. 6 -7/study) + 48 “Red A” trials • Trials assigned to-date – 682 (state - 515; ARS - 115; Canada – 52; includes 30 eff. /crop safety trials) • Total 52 different chemistries • Includes 11 processing studies • Includes 14 joint studies with Canada (CN as SD proposed for 4 studies [10216 pyrifluquinazone/tomato (GH), 10284 pyrimethanil/cucumber (GH), 09981 flubendiamide/blueberry, 07773 prohexadione calcium/strawberry)

2010 Field Trial Budget/Costs 1) July ’ 09 PMC-approved allocation of $2. 25 million 2010 Field Trial Budget/Costs 1) July ’ 09 PMC-approved allocation of $2. 25 million for the 2010 food use field program 2) $5, 000 per state residue trial 3) $3, 000 per state performance trial 4) $33, 000 for a performance “A” study

FUW/NRPM Plans - 2010 The 2010 FUW is set for: September 14 -15 (Weeds, FUW/NRPM Plans - 2010 The 2010 FUW is set for: September 14 -15 (Weeds, Diseases, Insects, respectively): JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa, Summerlin, NV The 2010 NRPM: sometime within October 26 -28 (Tues. -Thur. ), IR-4 Headquarters **For 2011 FUW** not yet exploring any particular venue