Public Release Summary on metobromuron in the product Soleto 500 SC Herbicide

This consultation closed on 5 April 2022

Consultation period

8 March 2022 to 5 April 2022

The APVMA is considering an application for registration of the product Soleto 500 SC Herbicide, a suspension concentrate (SC) formulation containing 500 g/L of the new active constituent, metobromuron. The product is intended for use as a pre-emergence herbicide for the control of annual broad-leaved weeds and grasses in potatoes.  

We invite comment from 8 March 2022 to 5 April 2022 on whether approval of the active constituent and registration of the product should be granted.

The APVMA is able to consider comments relating to the legislative grounds, including:

  • occupational health and safety
  • public health
  • chemistry and manufacture
  • residues in food
  • environmental safety
  • trade
  • efficacy and target crop safety.

Download the Public Release Summary on the evaluation of Soleto 500 SC Herbicide.

For more information see page 25, APVMA Gazette No. 5, 8 March 2022.

Please note: Submissions will be published on the APVMA’s website unless you have asked for the submission to remain confidential (see public submission coversheet).

Please lodge your submission with a public submission coversheet, which provides options for how your submission will be published.

Note that all APVMA documents are subject to the access provisions of the Freedom of Information Act 1982 and may be required to be released under that Act should a request for access be made.

Please send your written submission by email, post or fax to:

Case Management and Administration Unit
Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority
GPO Box 3262
Sydney NSW 2001

Phone: +61 2 6770 2300

Submissions received

The APVMA sought comments from interested stakeholders on metobromuron in the product Soleto 500 SC Herbicide, in a consultation that closed on 5 April 2022.

No submissions were received. We have finalised registration of the product.

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