Argentine agchem trade controls find few problems
Argentine authorities seized four of 919 audited pesticide product samples destined for either import or export in the first half of 2009. The national animal and plant health inspection service, the Senasa, has cleared two of those after “irregularities had been corrected”, it says. The products that remain confiscated are of the insecticide, methamidophos, and another of the plant growth regulator, NAA. The products will be released once three consecutive samples pass inspection procedures. The authorities found three labelling problems between the confiscated samples.