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Amvac PCNB Products Receive EPA OK

1:32 PM MST | November 23, 2011 | Vincent Valk

Amvac Chemical’s pentachloronitrobenzene (PCNB) product lines have received approval for registrations from U.S. EPA for commercial uses, the company says. The products, fungicides sold into the gold course turf, potato, cotton, ornamental bulb, and cole crop markets, were subjected to a stop sale, use or removal (SSURO) order by EPA in August 2010.   In August of this year, a court voided the SSURO. Amvac then worked with EPA to update the registrations for the PCNB product lines, to comply with EPA’ standards and re-enter the market, the...

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