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ECHA adds hexaflumuron and cyflumetofen to registry of intentions under Reach
12:08 PM MDT | March 26, 2014 | Michael Ravenscroft
The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA; Helsinki) says that two new intentions for harmonized classification and labeling have been added to the registry of intentions. The new substances are hexaflumuron and cyflumetofen. Hexaflumuron is an insect growth regulator. Its mode of action is the disruption of chitin synthesis in developing termites. Cyflumetofen is used against a variety of mites that attack fruit, nuts, vegetables, and tea. The aim of the public registry of intentions is to allow interested parties to be aware of the substances for which the...
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