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Botanical Pesticides
Allowed with Restrictions
Processing Pest Controls
Nonsynthetic Agricultural/Nonagricultural
May only be used in conjunction with the facility pest management practices provided for in paragraphs 205.271(a) and (b) and only if those practices are not effective to prevent or control pests alone. Must be labeled for use in food processing and handling. Certification agent must determine when food contact should be prevented. See also PYRETHRUM. See Glossary for definition of "pesticide."
205.271(c)
Parasiticides – nonsynthetic, external
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides, Livestock Health Care
Nonsynthetic
See also PYRETHRUM, DIATOMACEOUS EARTH, HYDRATED LIME (CALCIUM HYDROXIDE), and LIMONENE. See Glossary for definition of "parasiticide."
205.105 & 205.238(c)(1)
Pyrethrum
Allowed with Restrictions
Crop Pest, Weed, and Disease Control
Nonsynthetic
Pyrethrum is a natural botanical extract. Synthetic pyrethroids are prohibited. See also PLANT PESTICIDES. Piperonyl butoxide may not be used as a synergist. See also PIPERONYL BUTOXIDE. Liquid formulations with prohibited inert ingredients are prohibited.
205.206(e)
Pyrethrum
Allowed
Livestock External Parasiticides and Pesticides
Nonsynthetic
See also BOTANICALS.
205.105
Pyrethrum
Allowed with Restrictions
Processing Pest Controls
Nonsynthetic Nonagricultural
Pyrethrum is a natural botanical extract. It may only be used in conjunction with the facility pest management practices provided for in 205.271(a) and (b) and only if those practices are not effective to prevent or control pests. Certification agent must determine when food contact should be prevented.
205.271(c)