40 CFR Part 161, Appendix A to Part 161 - Data Requirements for Registration: Use Pattern Index

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Appendix A to Part 161—Data Requirements for Registration: Use Pattern Index
How to use this Index:
1. Identify the Pesticide Use Site Group listed below (e.g., agricultural crops, forests, ornamental plants) that covers the specific use pattern of interest to you.
2. Find your specific use pattern under the appropriate Pesticide Use Site Group.
3. Identify the general use pattern that corresponds to your specific use pattern.
4. Use the general use pattern in determining applicable data requirements on the Data Requirements tables presented in §§ 161.155 through 161.640.
Pesticide use site group
1. Agricultural Crops.
2. Ornamental Plants and Forest Trees.
3. General Soil Treatment and Composting.
4. Processed or Manufactured Products, and food or feed containers or dispensers.
5. Pets and Domestic Animals.
6. Agricultural Premises and Equipment.
7. Household.
8. Wood or Wood Structure Protection Treatments.
9. Aquatic sites.
10. Noncrop, wide area, and general indoor/outdoor treatments.
11. Antifouling treatments.
12. Commercial and Industrial Uses.
13. Domestic and Human Use.
14. Miscellaneous Indoor Uses.
Specific use patterns—listed according to use site group Corresponding general use pattern
1. Agricultural crops
Small fruits Terrestrial food crop
Caneberries (e.g., raspberry, dewberry)
Bushberries (e.g., blueberry, currant)
Vine fruits (e.g., grape, kiwi fruit)
Strawberry
Cranberry
Pome fruits (e.g., apple, quince)
Stone fruits (e.g., peach, cherry)
Nut crops—tree & shrub (e.g., pecan, filbert)
Other temperate fruits (e.g., persimmon, pawpaw)
Tropical and subtropical fruits
Citrus
Banana and plantain
Palm fruits and nuts (e.g., date, coconut)
Pineapple
Other fruits and nuts
Beverage crops
Woody—cocoa, coffee, tea
Herbaceous—chicory, mint
Flavoring and spice crops
Woody—leaf/stem, root, seed and pod
Herbacleaf/stem, root, seed and pod
Vegetables—leaf/stem, root, seed and pod, fruiting vegetables, cucurbits
Commercial annual (e.g., tomato, bean)
Commercial perennial (e.g., asparagus, rhubarb)
Greenhouse (commercial) Greenhouse food crop
Mushrooms
Nursery/seed crop/medical crop/tobacco Greenhouse non-food crop
Fiber crops Terrestrial food crop
Cotton
Others—(e.g., flax)
Forage crops
Typical grasses—annual (e.g., sudan grass)
Typical grasses—perennial (e.g., bromegrass)
Corn and sorghum
Small grains for forage (e.g., rye)
Perennial legumes (e.g., white clover)
Annual legumes (e.g., crotalaria, soybean)
Crop harvest residue (peanut vines, beet tops, etc.)
Grain and edible seed crops
Corn
Rice Aquatic food crop
Wheat, barley, rye, oats Terrestrial food crop
Sorghum
Alfalfa
Other grains
Other nongrains (e.g., squash, pumpkin)
Buckwheat
Sesame
Peanut
Sunflower
Seed sprout crops
Mung bean, red clover, soybean, alfalfa, etc.
Nonlegume crops (e.g., wheat, radish, black mustard)
Crops grown exclusively for seed for planting
Sugar crops
Stored raw agricultural commodities Indoor
Honey (principal nectar-producing crops)
Sugar beet
Sugarcane
Sugar maple
Sorghum (for sugar)
Crops for smoking and chewing Terrestrial nonfood crop
—field
—shade
—storage
—greenhouses
Sapodilla (for chewing gum) Terrestrial food crop
Oil crops
Annual herbaceous crops
Perennial herbaceous crops
Tropical/subtropical woody crops
Drug and medicinal crops Terrestrial nonfood crop
Annual herbaceous crops
Perennial herbaceous crops
Temperate woody crops
Tropical/subtropical wood crops
2. Ornamental plants and forest trees
Ornamental plants Terrestrial nonfood crop
Annual garden plants
Temperate perennial nonfood garden herbs
Commercial greenhouse crops Greenhouse nonfood crop
Houseplants Indoor
Home and retail greenhouse and conservatory plants
Public display plantings Terrestrial nonfood crop
Bulb, corm, and tuber ornamentals
Subtropical/tropical garden evergreen plants (dry—e.g., agave)
Subtropical/tropical garden evergreen plants (moist—e.g., ferns)
Groundcovers
Aquatic plants (e.g., waterlilies) Aquatic nonfood use
Ornamental trees, shrubs, and vines (woody) Terrestrial nonfood crop
Deciduous temperate broadleaf
Evergreen temperate broadleaf
Deciduous temperate conifer
Evergreen temperate conifer
Tropical/subtropical broadleaf
Tropical/subtropical conifer
Tropical/subtropical miscellaneous (e.g., cycad, tree fern, bamboo)
Lawn and turf grasses—ornamental Terrestrial nonfood crop or domestic outdoor
Cool season Winter grasses (bent, bluegrass, fescue, etc.)
Summer grasses (zoysia, bermudagrass, etc.)
Ornamental bunch grasses (pampasgrass, blue fescue)
Forest trees—nonornamental—trees forests, plantings Forestry
Deciduous temperate (broadleaf)
Evergreen temperate (broadleaf)
Deciduous and evergreen conifers
Tropical/subtropical broadleaf
Tropical/subtropical conifer
Forest tree nurseries—Temperate broadleaf trees
Temperate conifer trees
Forest trees: dead trees/logs/stumps in the forest or in plantings
3. General soil treatment and composting
General soil treatments Terrestrial nonfood crop
Soil application with no mention of crops to be grown (potting soil, top soil).
Manure
Composts
Cull piles
Mulches
4. Processed or manufactured products, and food or feed containers or dispensers
Processed vegetables, fruits, and nuts Indoor
Fruits
Leafy vegetables
Root vegetables
Fruited vegetables
Nuts
Peanuts
Seeds (sesame, sunflower)
Dried processed
Fruits
Vegetables
Tobacco
Beverages (tea, coffee)
Herbs and spices
Animal Feeds
Cattle (beef)
Cattle (dairy)
Goat (nondairy)
Goat (dairy)
Horse, mule, donkey
Poultry (chicken, turkey, etc.)
Sheep (meat)
Sheep (wool)
Swine
Dog
Cat
Other pets (including birds)
Fur-bearing stock
Other meat-producing stock (e.g., rabbit)
Fish food (commercial)
Fish food (pet)
Birdseed
Processed grain products for human consumption
Corn
Soybean
Wheat
Other grains (rice, barley, etc.)
Cereal foods
Flour
Baked goods
Farinaceous products
Processed animal products for human consumption
Cheese
Egg yolks
Meats, including fish and poultry
Milk
Processed plant products for human consumption
Chocolate
Candy
Sugar
Yeast
Citrus pulp
Chewing gum
Cigarettes, etc.
Herbs and spices
Pickles
Glazed fruits
Jellies
Seed oils
Fruit syrups (e.g., cola)
Fruit juices
Fermentation beverages (wine, beer, whiskey, vinegar)
Processed or manufactured nonfood plant and animal products
Textiles, fabrics, fibers
Fur and hair products
Leather products
Food and feed containers, dispensers, and processing equipment
Airtight storages—large (empty/full)
Airtight storages—small (empty/full)
Fumigation chambers
Bins
Elevators
Storage areas—(empty/full)
Processing or handling equipment and machinery (other than food processing)
5. Pets and domestic animals—animals and their man-made premises
Dairy cattle—lactating Indoor
Dairy cattle—nonlactating
Dairy cattle—heifers, calves
Goats—lactating
Goats—nonlactating
Goats—young (kids)
Fur- and wool-bearing animals
Goats
Sheep
Mink
Chinchilla
Rabbit
Fox
Nutria
Meat animals (mammals)
Cattle (and calves)
Goats (and kids)
Horses
Rabbits
Sheep (and lambs)
Swine
Bison
Reindeer
Poultry (meat, eggs)
Chickens
Turkeys
Ducks, geese
Guineas, pheasants, quail, etc.
Honey production
Bees
Beehives
Honeycombs
Fish and shellfish production Aquatic food use
Hatchery buildings
Culture ponds, containers
Animals for labor, display, riding, racing, lab use, etc. Indoor
Dogs
Horses, donkeys, mules
Guinea pigs
Mice
Rats
Gerbils
Hamsters
Monkeys
Cats
Chickens, birds
Wild rodents
Alfalfa leafcutting bee (pollinator)
Alkaline bee (pollinator)
Zoo ruminants
Zoo ungulates
Zoo canines
Zoo felines
Zoo primates
Zoo reptiles
Zoo amphibians
Zoo birds
Zoo—others
Aquarium fish
Animals for pets, including their cages, bedding, nests, etc.
Dogs
Cats
Birds
Rodents
Lagomorphs
Fish
Amphibians
Reptiles
Primates
Other vertebrates
6. Agricultural premises and equipment
Egg handling facilities and equipment Indoor
Egg washers
Egg rooms
Hatching egg treatments
Hatching egg rooms
Hatching egg equipment
Egg packing plants and hatcheries
Milk handling facilities and equipment
Milk storage rooms
Milking stalls and parlors
Milking machines, milk tanks, etc.
Teat cups, liners, etc.
Milk processing equipment
7. Household
Non-food area and sites Indoor
Closets, storage areas
Basements, cellars
Bedrooms
Attics
Recreation rooms
Living rooms
Baseboards, window sills, etc.
Plumbing fixtures
Sickrooms
Food-handling and food storage areas
Kitchens
Dining rooms
Pantry and food storage shelving
Household contents and space
Air
Beds
Rugs
Book cases
Furs, fabrics, blankets
Play pens
Sickroom utensils
Filters for air vents, air conditioners, furnaces, etc.
Outdoor areas (Noncommercial homeowner use) Domestic outdoor or terrestrial food crop
Home garden, orchards
Porches Domestic outdoor
Patios
Foundations
Steps
Eaves
Yards, lawn, turf
Domestic ornamental plantings
8. Wood or Wood Structure Protection Treatments
Buildings (for termite, powderdust beetle controls, etc.) Domestic outdoor or indoor
Unseasoned forest products
Seasoned forest products
Finished wood products
Wood pressure treatments
Plant-growing wood structures and containers
Wood containers for nonfood, nonfeed uses
9. Aquatic sites
Food processing water systems Aquatic food crop
Poultry and livestock drinking water
Pulp and papermill systems Aquatic noncrop
Swimming pool water
Industrial disposal systems
Industrial ponds
Human drinking water Aquatic food crop
Cooling water towers Aquatic noncrop
Agricultural irrigation water, and ditches Aquatic food crop
Agricultural drainage water and ditches
Sewage systems and drainfields Aquatic noncrop
Dishwashing water Indoor
Domestic and commercial nonpotable water Aquatic noncrop
Lakes, ponds, impounded water
Streams, rivers, canals
Swamps, marshes, wetlands
Air conditioner water
Humidifier water
Air washer water systems
Secondary oil recovery injection water
Heat exchange water system
Polluted water
Bait boards (floating—for vertebrate control)
Catch basins, puddles, tree holes
Estuaries, tidal marshes
Commercial and sport fish-bearing waters Aquatic food crop
10. Noncrop, wide area, and general indoor/outdoor treatments
Uncultivated agricultural areas (nonfood producing) Terrestrial noncrop
Farmyards
Fuel storage areas
Fence rows
Rights-of-way
Fallow land Terrestrial food crop
Soil bank land Terrestrial noncrop
Barrier strips
Uncultivated nonagricultural areas (outdoor)
Airports
Recreation areas, fairgrounds, race tracks, tennis courts, etc.
Campgrounds
Recreation area structures
Highway rights-of-way
Railroad rights-of-way
Utility rights-of-way
Sewage disposal areas
Industrial sites (lumberyards, tank farms, etc.)
Paved areas
Private roads and walks
Fencerows and hedgerows (nonagricultural)
Directed Pest Control to Pests' Nests, etc., and for Traps Terrestrial noncrop or indoor
Diseased beehives
Nuisance bee nests
Ant mounds, hills, dens
Termite mounds
Insect traps (chemical lures)
Repellents and irritants to pests (when not covered by other sites)
Wide area and general indoor/outdoor treatments
Rural areas (unspecified)
Urban areas (unspecified)
Public buildings and structures
Animal burrow entrances, dens, tunnels
Animal nests
Animal trails
Mammal feeding areas
Nonagricultural areas for public health treatments
Bird roosting, nesting areas
Bird feeding areas
11. Antifouling Treatments
Sites for marine exposures Aquatic noncrop
Boat bottoms and other submersed structures
Steel
Fiberglass
Aluminum
Wood
Plastic
Other substances and materials
Crab pots and lobster pots
Sites for fresh water exposures
Cooling tower influent conduits
12. Commercial and Industrial Uses
Transportation Facilities Indoor
Bus
Truck and Trailer
Containerized units
Railroad cars
Aircraft
Ships/barges
Auto, taxis
Recreational vehicles
Shipping containers
Food and feed processing plants
Bakeries
Bottlers
Canneries
Dairies, creameries, milk processing plants
Feed mills, feed stores
Fresh fruit packing and processing
Meat processing
Poultry processing
Wineries, wine cellars
Flour mills, machinery, warehouses, bins, elevators
Egg processing
Candy and confectionary plants
Sugar processing, cane mills, etc.
Cider mills
Dry food products plants
Tobacco processing
Air treatment for processing and transportation of foods
Beverage processing
Nut processing
Cereal processing
Seafood processing
Vegetable oil processing
Spice mills
Vinegar processing
Farinaceous processing (noodles, etc.)
Mushroom processing
Dried fruit processing
Pickle processing
Ice plants
Chocolate processing
Fruit juice processing
Eating establishments (all)
Food handling areas
Food serving areas
Eating establishment nonfood areas
Air treatment for eating establishments
Food storage equipment (coolers, refrigerators, etc.)
Eating and serving utensils (spoons, etc.)
Food marketing, storage, and distribution
Food dispensing and vending equipment
Food stores, markets, stands
Meat and fish markets
Food catering facilities
Food marketing, storage, and distribution equipment and utensils
Hospitals and related institutions and facilities
Critical premises (e.g., burn wards, etc.)
Hospital patient premises (wards, emergency rooms, etc.)
Noncritical premises (labs, lounges, lobbies, storage)
Critical items (hypodermic needles, dental instruments, catheters, etc.)
Noncritical items (bedpans, carpets, furniture, etc.)
Air treatment (also to ambulances)
Janitorial equipment
Barber and beauty shop instruments and equipment
Morgues, mortuaries, and funeral homes
Premises (embalming rooms, etc.)
Equipment (tables, etc.)
Instruments
Burial vaults, mausoleums
Air treatment
Commercial, institutional, and industrial
Maintenance, Buildings, and Structures
Locker rooms, equipment
Gyms, bowling alleys, and equipment
Telephones and booths
Shower rooms, mats, and equipment
Cotton mill premises and equipment
Auditoriums and stadiums
Factories
Rendering plants
Loading areas, ramps
School buildings and equipment
Office buildings
Laundries
Fuels from Crops (alcohol, methane)
Fossil fuels (e.g., oils, jet fuel)
Seed oils
Paper
Pesticide materials preservation and protection
Rodenticide baits (protection against insects)
Dried plant parts (pyrethrum, red squill, rotenone, sabadilla)
Paints
Preservatives and protectants
Grains
Hay, silage
Adhesives
Coatings (asphalt and lacquer)
Fuels
Leather and leather products
Leather processing liquors
Metalworking cutting fluids
Oil recovery drilling muds and packer fluids
Paints (latex)
Paper and paper products
Plastic products
Resin emulsions
Rubber (natural) products
Specialty products (polishes, cleansers, dyes, etc.)
Textiles, textile fibers, and cordage
Wet-end additives, etc. (pulp sizing, alum, casein, printing pastes)
Disposable diapers
Wool, hair, mohair, furs, felt, feathers, etc.
Electrical supplies, cables, and equipment
13. Domestic and Human Use
Human Body and Hair Indoor
Fiber product protection (Moth,
mildew-proofing)
Clothing
Upholstery
Ornamental fabrics (draperies, tapestries)
Ropes
Sail cloth
Human articles and materials
Bedding, blankets, mattresses
(Treatments to) hair, body, clothing (while being worn)
Clothing
Face gear (goggles, face masks, etc.)
Headgear (safety helmets, headphones, etc.)
Wigs
Contact lenses
Dentures, toothbrushes, mouthpieces to musical instruments, etc.
Brick, asbestos, etc.
Wood surfaces
Leather surfaces
Fabric surfaces
Paper/paperboard surfaces
Specialty uses
Museum collectors (preserved animal and plant specimens)
Military uses—not specified
Quarantine uses—not specified
DHHS/FDA uses—not specified
Filters (air conditioning, air, and furnace)
Biological specimens
Underground cables
Cuspidors, spittoons
Vomitus
Human wastes
Air sanitizers
Diapers
Laundry equipment (carts, chutes, tables, etc.)
Dust control—products and equipment (mops, etc.)
Dry cleaning
Carpets
Upholstery
Bathrooms, toilets bowls, and related sites
Bathroom premises
Toilet bowls and urinals
Toilet tanks
Portable toilets, chemical toilets
Vehicular holding tanks
Bathroom air treatment
Diaper pails
Refuse and soild waste
Refuse and solid waste containers
Refuse and solid waste transportation and handling equipment
Garbage dumps
Household trash compactors
Garbage disposal units, food disposals
Incinerators
14. Miscellaneous Indoor Uses
Surface Treatments Indoor
Hard nonporous surfaces (painted, tile, plastic, metal, glass, etc.)
Hard porous surfaces (cement, plaster)
Camping equipment and gear
Grooming instruments (brushes, clippers, razors, etc.)
Laundry, cleaning, and dry cleaning
[40 FR 42881, Oct. 24, 1984. Redesignated and amended at 72 FR 60253-60255, Oct. 24, 2007]

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