California Code of Regulations (Title 3. Food and Agriculture)
Division 6. Pesticides and Pest Control Operations

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Division 6. Pesticides and Pest Control Operations
Chapter 4.  Environmental Protection
Subchapter 1.  Groundwater
Article 1.  Pesticide Contamination Prevention


6800. Groundwater Protection List.

Pesticides labeled for agricultural, outdoor institutional, or outdoor industrial use that contain any of the following chemicals are designated as having the potential to pollute ground water:

(a) The following chemicals detected in ground water or soil pursuant to Section 13149 of the Food and Agricultural Code:

(1) Atrazine

(2) Simazine

(3) Bromacil

(4) Diuron, except for products with less than 7% diuron that are applied to foliage

(5) Prometon

(6) Bentazon (Basagran ®)

(7) Norflurazon

(b) The following chemicals identified pursuant to Section 13145(d) of the Food and Agricultural Code:

(1) Pesticides with active registration under Food and Agricultural Code section 12811

Acephate

Alachlor

Aldicarb

Azinphos-methyl

Azoxystrobin

Bensulfuron methyl

Bensulide

Bispyribac-sodium

Carbaryl

Chloropicrin

Chlorothalonil

Chlorsulfuron

Clomazone

Cycloate

2,4-D, 2-ethylhexyl ester

2,4-D, diethanolamine salt

2,4-D, dimethylamine salt

2,4-D, isooctyl ester

2,4-DP-P, dimethylamine salt (dichlorprop-P, dimethylene salt)

Dazomet

Diazinon

Dicamba, diglycolamine salt

Dicamba, dimethylamine salt

Dicamba, sodium salt

Dichlobenil

Dichloran

Diflufenzopyr, sodium salt

Dimethenamid-P

Dimethoate

Dinotefuran

Diquat dibromide

Dithiopyr

Endothall, dipotassium salt

Endothall, mono (N,N-dimethyl alkylamine) salt

EPTC

Ethofumesate

Ethoprop

Fenoxycarb

Fludioxonil

Flutolanil

Fosetyl-Al (aluminum tris)

Halosulfuron-methyl

Hexazinone

Imazamox, ammonium salt

Imazapic, ammonium salt

Imazethapyr, ammonium salt

Imidacloprid

Iprodione

Isoxaben

Linuron

Malathion

Mefenoxam

Metalaxyl

Metaldehyde

Methiocarb

Methomyl

Methyl isothiocyanate

Methyl parathion

Metolachlor

(S)-Metolachlor

Metribuzin

Napropamide

Nitrapyrin

Oryzalin

Oxydemeton-methyl

Penoxsulam

Phorate

Piperonyl butoxide

Prometryn

Propanil

Propyzamide

Pyrazon

Rimsulfuron

Siduron

Sulfometuron-methyl

Tebuthiuron

Terrazole

Thiamethoxam

Thiobencarb

Thiophanate methyl

Triallate

Triclopyr, butoxyethyl ester

Triclopyr, triethylamine salt

Triflumizole

Uniconizole-P

Vinclozolin

(2) Pesticides without active registration under Food and Agricultural Code section 12811 (inactive)

Butylate

Carbofuran

Cyanazine

Diethatyl-ethyl

Disulfoton

Fenamiphos

Fluometuron

Fonofos

Imazethapyr

Molinate

Naptalam, sodium salt

Parathion

Pebulate

Thiazopyr

Vernolate

 

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 11456, and 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.
Reference: Sections 13144, 13145 and 13149, Food and Agricultural Code

 

6802. Pesticide Management Zones.

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 11456, 12976 and 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

Reference: Section 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

6804. Specific Numerical Values.

Specific numerical values required by Food and Agricultural Code Section 13144(a) are established as follows:

(a) Water solubility--3 ppm

(b) Soil adsorption coefficient (Koc)--1900 cm3/gm

(c) Hydrolysis--14 days half-life

(d) Aerobic soil metabolism--610 days half-life

(e) Anaerobic soil metabolism--9 days half-life

 

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 11456 and 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

Reference: Sections 13144 and 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

6806. Use Reporting.

 

NOTE: Authority cited: Sections 407, 12976, 13145 and 14102, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

Reference: Section 13145, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

6808. Sunset Review of Regulations.

NOTE: Authority Cited: Section 11456, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

Reference: Section 11456, Food and Agricultural Code.

 

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