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2009
7 pp.
Methyl Bromide in the Forest Industry – Use and alternatives, QPS Taskforce, Technology and Economic Assessment Panel, 2009
Abstract. Logs, timber and wooden materials are notorious for their ability to carry a variety of pests of quarantine significance. Some of these pests potentially attack forests and amenity trees (standing timber), while others can attack timber in furniture, buildings and other structures. Until now, the treatment of choice has been methyl bromide (MB). Targets of MB fumigation may be insects that infest green and dry wood, nematodes (particularly pinewood nematode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus) and some fungal pests of wood, notably oak wilt fungus (Ceratocystis fagacearum). Fumigations may also be carried out to eliminate hitchhiker pests of quarantine significance, including pest insects and snails. However, MB is a potent ozone-depleting substance, and is not presently regulated under the Montreal Protocol when used for quarantine and pre-shipment purposes (QPS). The present, exempted annual (QPS) use of MB is around 11,000 metric tonnes in total. With successful phaseout and regulation of other (controlled) uses, this QPS use has become the largest unregulated emissive use of any halogenated gas affecting the ozone layer. Alternatives and options for reducing emissions from this gas into the atmosphere are feasible. An estimated 21% of all MB used for QPS purposes is used for controlling quarantine pests in whole logs; an additional 15% is used for treating wood and wood packaging material. Key words: Methyl bromide (MB), quarantine and pre-shipment (QPS), Montreal Protocol, ISPM, forest nurseries, alternatives. Corresponding author: Marta Pizano mpizano@hortitecnia.com

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: English (7464-e-Mbr_Pizano.pdf - 8,113 Kb)


2009
22 pp.
Information on Commercially Validated Methyl Bromide Alternative Technologies - International Ozone Day for the Preservation of the OzoneLayer
The emergence of commercially validated methyl bromide alternatives now brings new prospects and despite the challenges, Africa is witnessing the surfacing of the first fruits of many years of hard work by growers, local universities, research institutions, policy makers, Multilateral Fund (MLF) funded projects, UNEP Compliance Assistance Programme (CAP) team, Implementing agencies and bilateral partners, among other stakeholders. This new breed of alternatives is now able to effectively compete with methyl bromide production system not only in, the technological feasibility but also in the economic/ commercial practicability.

Language: English
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2008
2 pp.
Programa Nacional de Eliminaçao do Brometo de Metila

Language: Portuguese
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: Portuguese (6272-p-eliminacao_do_brometo_de_metila.pdf - 213 Kb)


2008
2 pp.
978-92-5-105969-2
Alternatives to replace methyl bromide for soil-borne pest control in East and Central Europe: Manual
A manual about alternatives to methyl bromide in Eastern and Central Europe, specifically to control soil-borne pests, with case studies are taken from Bulgaria, Hungary, and Poland. Among other things, the manual describes the major soil-borne pathogens and available alternatives to methyl bromide usage, particularly as a soil fumigant.

Language: English
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2008
30 pp.
Dangerous Holes in Global Environmental Governance: The Roles of Neoliberal Discourse, Science, and California Agriculture in the Montreal Protocol
Abstract: This paper explores how a relatively successful global environmental treaty, the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, is currently undermined by US protectionism. At the "global scale" of environmental governance, powerful nation-states like the US prolong their domination of certain economic sectors with the assistance of neoliberal discourse. Using empirical data gathered while attending Montreal Protocol meetings from 2003 to 2006, [the author shows] how US policy undermines the Montreal Protocol's mandate to phase out methyl bromide (MeBr). At the global scale of environmental governance the US uses a discourse of technical and economic infeasibility because, in the current neoliberal millieu, it cannot make a simply protectionist argument. The discourse, in other words, is protectionism by another name. While much of the literature in critical geography on neoliberalism has focused on de-regulation versus re-regulation, this paper illustrates how science, protectionism, and neoliberalism can become articulated uneasily and in sometimes unexpected ways.

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


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2007
16 pp.
Ozzy Ozone, Defender of our Planet. Ozzy Goes Farming (Urdu version)
An Urdu version of "Ozzy Ozone, Defender of our Planet. Ozzy Goes Farming", a publication developed by (UNEP DTIE OzonAction publication. This translation was produced by the Ministry of Environment, Ozone Cell as part of Pakistan's Institutional Strengthening project under the Multilateral Fund.

Language: Urdu
Type of publication: Cartoon
Online version: not available


2007
15 pp.
EP 2007-62976
Methyl Bromide: Quarantine and Preshipment Uses
Overview of quarantine and preshipment uses of methyl bromide. Includes: Introduction and background, Definitions and terms of the two international agreements, determining if a methyl bromide treatment falls within the QPS exemption under the Montreal Protocol, Alternatives and Emission Control, and Treated Materials.

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


2007
24 pp.
ISSN: 0851-3147
"Résultats de l’application en grandeurs réelles de la Lutte Intégrée contre les Déprédateurs (LID) des cultures à Vélingara (Sénégal)" in Pesticides & Alternatives, No. 32, 3e trimestre 2007
This article is about the results of a trial of the Integrated Pest Management programme in Velingara, Senegal. It mentions lessons learned from the trial as well as a few problems encountered. It also includes comments from some of the trial participants.

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2006
13 pp.
Development and Application of Methyl Bromide Bio-alternative Technology for Soil Disinfection

Language: English
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2006
453 pp.
978-92-807-2827-9
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, 2006 Report of the Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee (MBTOC), Assessment 2006
10 Chapter assessment report on methyl bromide inluding: methyl bromide production, consumption and progress in phase-out; reducing methyl bromide emissions; alternatives to methyl bromide for soil uses; alternatives for treatment of durable commodities, structires and artefacts; factors that have assisted with methyl bromide phaseout; economic issues relating to methyl bromide phase-out; alternatives to methyl bromide for quarantine and pre-shipment applications; case studies on commercial adoption of alternatives to methyl bromide.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2005
7 pp.
Consumer Guide to Products that Use Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2005
1 pp.
Crop Protection Coalition: Statement of Position on Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2005
4 pp.
Environmental Investigation Agency Exposes Massive Secret Stockpiles of Methyl Bromide in the US

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2005
4 pp.
Issue No. 14
National Methyl Bromide Update

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2005
6 pp.
Methyl Bromide Phase-out

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2005
2 pp.
Ozone vs. Food Supply, A Chemical Dilemma. EPA in the crossfire of the methyl bromide debate…

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


2005
7 pp.
Commission Decision of 25 August 2005 determining the quantities of methyl bromide permitted to be used for critical uses in the European Community from 1 January to 31 December 2005 pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 2037/2000 of the European Parliament…

Language: English
Type of publication: Regulation
Online version: not available


2005
37 pp.
UNEP/OzL.Pro.WG.1/25/7
Handbook on Critical Use Nomination for Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Standard
Online version: not available


2005
10 pp.
The Continued Destruction of the Ozone Layer and US Abuse of Methyl Bromide "Critical-Use" Exemptions

Language: English
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


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2005
2 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: English (2831-e-Xmbrjamaica.pdf - 164 Kb)


2005
3 pp.
Metham Sodium - Taminco's Quality Soil Fumigant

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


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2004
1 pp.
Concrete actions to save the Ozone layer - Phaseout Methyl Bromide now. Use technologies with low environmental impact.
This booklet was produced as part of the Multilateral Fund Regional Awareness project for 2004.

Language: English-Romanian
Type of publication: Poster
Online version: not available


2004
52 pp.
92-807-2510-6
Report of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) Critical Use Nominations for Methyl Bromide Final Report, October 2004
Under Article 2H of the Montreal Protocol the production and consumption of Methyl Bromide is to be phased out in Parties not operating under Article 5(1) of the Protocol by 1 January 2005. However, the Parties agreed to a provision enabling exemptions for those uses of methyl bromide that can be regarded as critical. Parties established criteria, under Decision IX/6 of the Protocol, which all such uses need to meet in order to be granted an exemption.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2004
2 pp.
Large exemptions hinder methyl bromide phase-out

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2004
39 pp.
92-807-2425-8
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, Report of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) February 2004, Critical Use of Nominations- Supplementary Report
The 15th Meeting of the Parties (MOP15) requested the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) and its Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee (MBTOC) in Decision XV/54 to evaluate the methyl bromide Critical Use Nominations (CUNs) categorized as "noted" in the October 2003 MBTOC report and to "recommend ", "not recommend" or list as "unable to assess." This report responds to that request by Parties. TEAP endorses the findings of the MBTOC, which are included in this report, and recommends the quantities and nominations for Critical Use Exemptions (CUEs) of methyl bromide as listed in the report.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2004
3 pp.
92-807-2425-8
Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) Clarification and Revision of the 14 February 2004 TEAP/MBTOC Report And Minority View of One TEAP Member
This clarification and revision responds to important feedback received from TEAP members after publication of the February TEAP/MBTOC report. TEAP members recommended revision in the text concerning the option to offset methyl bromide critical use exemptions (CUE) with halon destruction. TEAP withdraws the words ‘recommends’ and ‘recommended’ from the discussion of emission trading. TEAP emphasises that the elaborated example in the 14 February Report is only an illustration and should not have been considered a recommendation because there are more options that the Parties could consider. TEAP would welcome a request by Parties to rigorously develop proposals involving trading of destruction credits for continuing uses of ODSs that are considered by Parties to be critical or essential. The Montreal Protocol Article 1, Paragraph 5, read with Article 7, permits Parties to produce an ODP-equivalent quantity of controlled substances to replace substances within the same group that are destroyed in the same year by approved technology. TEAP suggested that the Parties consider the option of additional flexibility to allow production of methyl bromide (which is a group with no other substances) when offset by destruction of other ODSs. If Parties approve and pursue emissions trading to offset future use of ODSs, they will need to make a variety of policy choices including: which substances to trade, the exchange rates (the quantities of ODSs destroyed to be allowed to use one unit of methyl bromide or another controlled substance), whether to allow ‘saving’ and ‘trading’ of credits over time or between Parties, and whether there is a need for a pilot phase for implementation of the emissions trading. For clarity in its presentation of technical and economic information relevant to policy, TEAP provided a specific illustration of how such trading could further protect the ozone layer and of the costs associated with each tonne of methyl bromide sought for critical use exemptions. TEAP also wishes to withdraw the words ‘recommended’ and ‘recommends’, used in this illustration. TEAP emphasises that it is given only as an elaborated example and that there are more options that the Parties could consider. The example in the February TEAP/MBTOC report described a two year (2005 and 2006) pilot phase for nominated uses not approved for CUE by the MOP to allow each Party to establish the trading system and to begin the collection and destruction of halon 1211. It is, of course, for the Parties to decide on whether a pilot phase is necessary and, if necessary, what form it should take. The TEAP illustration also assumed that one kilogram of destruction of halon 1211 will give credit for 5 kilograms of methyl bromide CUE. The following table gives, as a further illustration, estimates of the additional cost (due to the trading for destruction) for each kilogram of methyl bromide approved for CUE (the present price of methyl bromide is about US$10 per kilogram) as well as the impact on the ozone layer for different exchange rates such 1:1, 2:1 etc for these two substances. It is up to the Parties to choose and adjust, as necessary, the exchange rates and substances eligible for an approved offset scheme, if any.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2004
64 pp.
92-807-2303-0
Studi Privind Utilizarea Tehnologilor Alternative Pentru Bromura de Metil Volumul 2 Tehnologii ecologic pure utilizate in tarile cu economia in tranzitie
An academic study on alternatives to methyl bromide, particularly in relation to nations with economies in transition.

Language: Moldovan
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2004
16 pp.
Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 10, No. 1, 2004

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


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2004
1 pp.
There Is No Time To Wait - Stop Using Methyl Bromide

Language: English-Georgian
Type of publication: Poster
Online version: not available


2003
40 pp.
92-807-2375-8
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, Report of the Technology and Economic Assessment Panel (TEAP) October 2003, Critical Use of Nominations- Supplementary Report
The review of CUNs was a cumbersome process this year for three reasons. Firstly, many CUNs when first submitted did not contain sufficient technical data for MBTOC to be able to evaluate the nomination in the context of 24 October 2003 TEAP Supplementary Report on CUNs Decision IX/6, particularly that relating to why the use was critical. MBTOC anticipates that this process will become smoother as the collective experience in this area grows. Secondly, the sheer volume and lack of uniform format of CUNs left the MBTOC somewhat understaffed to take on the sizable administrative task at hand. Furthermore, the MBTOC was not sufficiently equipped in terms of people and time to gather sufficient data to fill in the gaps in CUNs submitted by the Parties. For some essential use nominations, TOC members have been able to hold detailed discussions with nominating Parties, sometimes including site visits, to clarify why the use was essential. Lastly, the guidance from the Parties to the MBTOC on what constitutes a critical use is somewhat broad, most notably language in Decision IX/6 that alternatives are suitable to the “circumstances of the nomination”. This language suggests that the rebuttable presumption or standard is that an alternative is considered not feasible if the MBTOC could establish otherwise. On analysing the results of scientific comparative studies, it became clear that Parties had not provided sufficient information in many CUNs to allow MBTOC to judge the specific circumstances of the nomination in the light of Decision IX/6. This led to substantial discussion within MBTOC. To allow evaluations to proceed, MBTOC cochairs noted that MBTOC was generally obliged to accept at face value the statements made in a CUN in the absence of specific scientific data to the contrary - in other words in this first year for the purposes of the MBTOC evaluation that the rebuttable presumption lay with the nominating country. Some MBTOC members expressed strong concern at this approach because they felt that MBTOC would not be able to base its recommendations on a transparent technical assessment, and some contended that it would be in effect recommending the nominations put forward by Parties without adequate background, thus reflecting badly on MBTOC’s credibility. These members expressed strong concern that the term ‘recommendation’ was not appropriate to describe MBTOC’s evaluations where MBTOC was unable to make a proper technical assessment due to lack of sufficient technical data/details in the CUNs. Some members of MBTOC contended that in the absence of specific technical data it would be impossible for MBTOC to recommend a nomination on a technical basis, and that gathering data to confirm or deny the necessary data was the responsibility of MBTOC. The MBTOC remained split in terms of how to approach this issue. However, in recognition that this is the first year, MBTOC cochairs took an approach that deferred to the information as presented in the nominations and the Party’s technical expertise in their crops or circumstances. The outcome was that MBTOC accepted the information presented in the CUNs where it was unable to confirm or reject this on other grounds, but used the ‘noted’ category of evaluation to indicate this lack of data available to MBTOC relating to the specific nature of the CUN.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2003
33 pp.
Bromure de Méthyle et Déstruction de la Couche d'Ozone
Cette brochure réalisée par Pesticide Action Network (PAN Africa) s'inscrit dans le cadre de la mise en oeuvre du programme au Sénégal. Elle traite des utilisations, des impacts et des alternatives du bromure de méthyle. Elle est destinée aussi bien aux vulgarisateurs et techniciens agricoles qu'aux producteurs et autres professionnels de l'exportation. La brochure est, également, un outil d'aide à la décision pour les responsables dans le processus de mise en oeuvre du Protocole de Montréal au Sénégal.

Language: French
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2003
4 pp.
World Grain: The International Business Magazine for Grain, Flour and Feed, April 2003

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2003
1 pp.
Sans la Couche d'Ozone, Aucune Vie sur Terre n'est Possible. Tous ensemble, oeuvrons pour l'élimination du bromure de méthyle qui détruit la Couche d'Ozone
Ce poster a été réalisé par Pesticide Action Network (PAN Africa) dans le cadre du projet de communication sur le bromure de méthyle et ses alternatives

Language: French
Type of publication: Poster
Online version: not available


2003
56 pp.
Programme de Communication sur le Bromure de Méthyle, Rapport Final, Préparé par Henry René Diouf
les objectifs de ce document est la sensibilisation des utilisateurs du bromure de méthyle sur la nécessité de son élimination, l'existence d'alternatives et les actions à entreprendre pour l'élimination, renforcer la capacité des organisations agricoles et des ONGs à promouvoir les alternatives, informer les exploitants agricoles sur les alternatives qui ont été identifiés dans le cadre de projet de démonstration initiés par d'autres agences internationales. Ceci leur permettra de faire face à l'élimination future de cette substance appauvrissant la couche d'ozone mais aussi aux exigences du marché international.

Language: French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2003
8 pp.
Methyl Bromide Action in China, March 2003, No. 10

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2003
437 pp.
ISBN: 92-807-2287-5
2002 Report of the Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee (MBTOC), 2002 Assessment

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: English (3992-e.pdf - 2,150 Kb)


2003
437 pp.
ISBN: 92-807-2287-5
Environmental Effects of Ozone Depletion and its Interactions with Climate Change: 2002 Assessment

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2003
0 pp.
Methyl Bromide Alternatives
Several studies about methyl bromide use for different purposes

Language: Georgian
Type of publication: Annual/activity report
Online version: not available


2003
50 pp.
The Replacement for Methyl Bromide Preplant DAZITOL The Natural Alternative for Today's Pesticides
DAZITOL is a soil treatment / fumigant and a direct, natural, alternative to methyl bromide. This product is used as a preplant soil treatment, ridding the soil of microscopic insects, nematodes, and fungi. DAZITOL is a viable replacement for methyl bromide. DAZITOL kills nematodes, fungus, microorganisms and pre-emergent weeds. It is non-toxic, biodegradable, made from natural chemicals found in nature, and meets the requirements of the EPA, the Food Quality Protection Act of 1996, the Clean Air Act, and the EPA Office of Children Safety Protection.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2002
49 pp.
9974-7703-0-0
Pasteurización y Manejo Integrado de Plagas - Alternativas al Bromuro de Metilo, Uruguay

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2002
100 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Special Edition for the World Summit on Sustainable Development, Johannesburg - South Africa, 26 August - 4 September 2002
Selected researches on soil disinfestation carried out by the Center of Competence for the Innovation in the Agro-Environmental Sector. AGRO-INNOVA - Di.Va.P.R.A., University of Torino, Italy for the years 1998-2002.

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


2002
4 pp.
Methyl Bromide Action in China, June 2002, No. 7

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2002
1 pp.
ISSN 0009-2347
"Closer Look : Thirty-one Organophosphate Pesticides Are Under EPA Scrutiny" article in Chemical & Engineering News, Vol.80, No. 5, 4 February 2002, Page 23

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


2002
2 pp.
ISSN 0009-2347
"Pesticides : Assessing Risk for Organophosphates" article in Chemical & Engineering News, Vol.80, No. 5, 4 February 2002, Page 22

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


2002
33 pp.
Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide for Soil Fumigation in Kenya
This report describes the methods and results of training conducted in the FFS carried out by FAO on alternatives to MeBr for soil fumigation in Kenya.

Language: English
Type of publication: Annual/activity report
Online version: not available


2002
4 pp.
CSIRO Stored Grain Research Laboratory (SGRL)

Language: English
Type of publication: Annual/activity report
Online version: not available


2002
8 pp.
Southern Crop Protection and Food Research Centre, Centre de recherches du Sud sur la phytoprotection et les aliments

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Annual/activity report
Online version: not available


2002
2 pp.
Concerns with Insecticides

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


2002
433 pp.
92-894-4695-1
Proceedings of International Conference on Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, 5-8 March 2002, Sevilla, Spain, The remaining Challenges
Drawing on the experience of 72 experts from 26 developed and developing countries from around the world, these Proceedings on alternatives to methyl bromide contain the papers, case studies and poster-papers discussed in plenary and workshops. They show that significant progress has been made in the phase out of methyl bromide for most of its uses in the European Community, but that further work is required to find alternatives for its remaining uses before its phase out for most of its uses in 2005.This conference is the largest ever held in Europe on alternatives to methyl bromide.

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2002
3 pp.
Canadian Companies with Methyl Bromide Alternative Technology

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


2002
1 pp.
Vers une élimination du bromure de méthyle au Maroc

Language: French
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2002
5 pp.
The Economic Impact of Banning Methyl Bromide : Where Do We Need More Research ?

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
124 pp.
Taller Final de Evaluacion de Alternativas al Bromuro de Metilo en el Sector Horticola de Uruguay, Salto, 2-3 de Octubre de 2001

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
1 pp.
"In the News : New Web Portal on Methyl Bromide Phase-Out", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 47, Page 6, July-August 2001

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2001
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"New UNEP/UNIDO Web-Site on Results of Demonstration Projects", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 48, Page 17, September-October 2001

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2001
2 pp.
"R & D Ideas : IR-4 Announces Results of MeBr Trials, Irrigation Lines for Strawberries, Study on Ancient Pest Control Method", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 47, Pages 11-12, July-August 2001

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2001
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"R & D Ideas : Natural Fumigants, Floriculture Industry Set to Phase Out Methyl Bromide", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 48, Page 10, September-October 2001

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2001
41 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide: Selected Case Studies, Canadian Leadership in the Development of Methyl Bromide Alternatives
This report provides an assessment of the current agricultural use of methyl bromide and alternatives in Canada, and outlines Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada's (AAFC) strategy regarding its phase-out. It also presents the results of the June 2000 survey and case studies of selected users who have successfully implemented methyl bromide alternatives.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
31 pp.
Report to the Chairman, Subcommittee on Research, Nutrition, and General Legislation, Committee on agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry, U.S. Senate. Agricultural Pesticides, Management Improvements Needed to Further Promote Integrated Pest Management

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
36 pp.
National Training and Awareness Raising Workshop on Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Soil Uses in Bulgaria, 18 May 2001, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2001
48 pp.
Without Methyl Bromide, but How ? Approaches to Methyl Bromide Phase out in Bulgaria, National Training and Awareness Raising Workshop, 18 May 2001, Plovdiv, Bulgaria

Language: English
Type of publication: Country strategy
Online version: not available


2001
3 pp.
Bromuro de Metilo: una amenaza para el ambiente y la salud humana

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2001
47 pp.
Seminar Proceedings : Towards the Phase Out of Methyl Bromide : the Chinese and Italian Experience, Beijing, 1-2 March 2001, English Version

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2001
56 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide - Lebanon

Language: English and Arabic
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2001
23 pp.
Principal Storage Pests

Language: English
Type of publication: Booklet
Online version: not available


2001
4 pp.
Italian Bilateral Activities on Methyl Bromide under the Multilateral Fund

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
3 pp.
Italian Legislation Related to the Use of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
0 pp.
Sino-Italian Cooperation Programme for the Phasing Out of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
3 pp.
Soil Disinfestation Using Methyl Bromide at Reduced Dosages

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
3 pp.
Soil Solarization : Practical Procedures for Field Application

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
3 pp.
The Collaboration between the Italian Ministry for the Environment and Territory and the University of Torino - DI.Va.P.R.A Towards the Phasing out of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


2001
1 pp.
A Natural Insecticide for Stored Grain, Protect-It, The Natural Choice

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


2001
48 pp.
Les pesticides périmés - un dangereux héritage. Résultat du projet pilote d'élimination des pesticides périmés. Obsolete Pesticides - a Dangerous Legacy. Results of a Pilot Project on the Disposal of Obsolete Pesticides

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
51 pp.
Report,Training the Trainers for Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide for Soil Fumigation in Brazil and Kenya
Training activities are part of the farmer Education and Training Programme carried out by FAO and sponsored by UNEP under the Montreal Protocol's Multilateral Fund, will encourage the final validation of several promising alternatives to replace methyl bromide as soil fumigant. This will also help developing countries to meet the methyl bromide phaseout requirements under the Montreal Protocol.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
49 pp.
University of California Cooperative Extension : 2001 Sample Costs to Produce Fresh Market Strawberries

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2001
51 pp.
Report on Training of Trainers for Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide for Soil Fumigation in Brazil and Kenya

Language: English
Type of publication: Training material
Online version: English (3158-e-Nou-List.pdf - 245 Kb)


2000
1 pp.
"End of Methyl Bromide Use", article in Network 21, Issue 12, autumn/winter 2000, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


2000
53 pp.
87-7944-205-6
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide; Integrated Pest Management in Danish Flour Mills, Environmental News, No. 54, 2000
IPM is described as an alternative to the routine use of methyl bromide to control insect pests in Danish Flour Mills, after the phasing out of MBr at the beginning of 1998. Emphasis is placed on preventive measures. Good hygiene and housekeeping practices together with systematic monitoring of the situation are discussed, along with the need for good communication with and training of personnel.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
54 pp.
87-7944-202-1
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide; Integrated Pest Management in Danish Flour Mills, Environmental News, No. 55, 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Methyl Bromide : EPA approves Fumigant for Food Storage Applications", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 43, Page 11, November-December 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"R&D Ideas : Search for MeBr alternatives, Promising MeBr Alternatives", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 43, Pages 10-11, November-December 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
26 pp.
Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide in Tobacco Production in Zimbabwe, a Preliminary Guide to the Use of Alternative Soil Fumigants and the Float System

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
139 pp.
Primer Taller De Evaluacion De Alternativas Al Bromuro De Metilo En El Sector Horticola De Uruguay, Salto, 28-29 Setiembre 2000 (Serie Actividades de Difusion N° 235)
Organizadores: INIA, Instituto Nacional de Investigacion Agropecuaria, Estacion Experimental Salto Grande. ONUDI, Organizacion de las Naciones Unidas Para el Desarollo Industrial (UNIDO).

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2000
262 pp.
90-6605-932-X
Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Chemical and Non Chemical Soil and Substrate Disinfestation, 11-15 September 2000, Torino, Italy, (Abstracts and Programme shelf no. 2662)

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2000
85 pp.
Symposium on Chemical and Non Chemical Soil and Substrate Disinfestation, 11-15 September 2000, Torino, Italy, (Abstracts and Programme)

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News : International Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives" Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No. 41, July-August 2000, Pages 10-11

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
3 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Methyl Bromide : Glyphosate-Resistant Strawberries Tested, MeBr Alternatives in Tobacco, Tomato and Pepper Production...see comment below" Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No. 41, July-August 2000, Pages 14-16
This document contains the following articles : Disinfestation Treatment for Walnuts and Almonds…, Recovering Methyl Bromide, Insect Management Using Heat and Diatomaceous Earth, Alternative Fumigant to Control Insect Pest…

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"Nematicidal Properties of Iodinated Hydrocarbons" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 3, July 2000, Page 7

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"USDA/EPA Methyl Bromide Working Group Report on Efficacy and Regulatory Issues of Telone" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 3, July 2000, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"What if? The Strawberry Industry Without Methyl Bromide" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 3, July 2000, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
Economic Impacts of the Methyl Bromide Ban on the California Strawberry Industry : A Market Level Analysis, July 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
137 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide in China
A compilation of the results of the project " Alternatives to Use of Methyl Bromide for Soil Fumigation in China" (MP/CPR/97/125) The project was funded by the MFMP and implemented by UNIDO.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
95 pp.
Demonstration Project on Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide, Final Report June 2000
UNIDO Project MP/ZIM/97/182 - Project Details: Country: Zimbabwe, Counterpart institution: Tobacco Research Board, Harare, Sector Covered: Tobacco, Estimated ODS Use by Sector: 500 Tonnes /annum, Project Duration: May 1998-June 2000, Project objectives: To develop and demonstrate the use of alternatives to methyl bromide in the production of tobacco seedbeds in the project area.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
Alternative for Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Correspondence
Online version: not available


2000
4 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News : MBTOC Meeting, Environmental Management in the Philippines, Ozone-Friendly Tomatoes Harvested, see comment below" Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 40, May-June 2000, Pages 8-11
This document contains the following articles : Coconut Fibre Substrate Used to Grow Roses, GTZ Assistance for Methyl Bromide Projects.

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Inventions/New Products : Protein Product Approved for Use as Pesticide", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 40, Page 13, May-June 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Methyl Bromide : Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Stored Grains, Propargyl Bromide for Nematode Control, Plastic and Drip Tape System, see comment below...", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 40, Pages14-15, May-June 2000
This document contains the following documents : Apple Replant Disease, Hot Water Immersion : Alternatives to Lime Fumigation

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"Methyl Bromide Phase Out: in Turkey, Malaysia, Philippines" Article in Fumigants and Pheromones, No. 55, Spring 2000, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"New ProfumeTM from Dow" Article in Fumigants and Pheromones, No. 55, Spring 2000, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Refrigeration/Air-Conditioning : New Refrigerants, R-410a Refrigerant, CFC Decomposition, New Replacement for R-12, New Age Products, see comment below...", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 40, Pages 14-15, May-June 2000
This document contains the following documents : High-Performance Refrigerant for R-134a Systems, New Refrigerant Could Expedite CFC Ban

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"Latin American Countries Meet on Methyl Bromide Phaseout", article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.12, No.8, 28 April 2000, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"R&D Ideas : Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Soil Disinfestation ", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 39, Page 15, March-April 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News : Decisions on Methyl Bromide", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 39, Page 12, March-April 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News : Methyl Bromide Use Decreasing in California", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 39, Page 13, March-April 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
3 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News: Methyl Bromide Alternatives Demonstration Projects, International Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Potential Substitutes for Methyl Bromide", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 48, Pages 5-7, September-October 2001

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"International Front: Two for Tea: Chinese and Israeli Industries Brewing More Methyl Bromide" article in Atmosphere, Spring 2000, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"Methyl Bromide Alternatives" article in IPM Practitioner, Vol. 22, No. 4, April 2000, Page 13

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
4 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Sectoral Feature - Methyl Bromide : Are they Ways to Reduce Emissions of Methyl Bromide, Are ThereSpecial Problems of Replacement for Developing Countries… see comment below", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 39, Pages 5-7, March-April 2000
This document also includes the following article : How Can Developing Countries Obtain Financial and Technical Assistance in Implementing Alternatives to Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) Release Propsed Methyl Bromide Regulations on 18 January 2000" article in Atmosphere, Spring 2000, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"The Science of Ozone Layer : Plants Produce Methyl Bromide", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 39, Page 4, March-April 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
3 pp.
"The WTO and Pesticide Reform" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 10, No. 1, April 2000, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
54 pp.
Demonstration Project - UNIDO, Three Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide in Tobacco: Non-Soil Cultivation, Solarization and Low-Dose Chemicals, Final Report 1998-2000, Brazil, April 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
13 pp.
Methyl Bromide : Progress and Problems Identifying Alternatives, Spring 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


2000
53 pp.
Workshop on Demonstration Project on Methyl Bromide Alternatives for Grain Fumigation, Homs, Syria, 28-29 February 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


2000
1 pp.
"Old Chemical could be Methyl Bromide Replacement" Article in Methyl Bromide Bulletin Daily News Summary, 7 January 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article Email
Online version: not available


2000
0 pp.
Canadian Grain Storage CD-ROM

Language: English
Type of publication: CD-ROM
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"Managing Apple Replant Disease in Tasmania, Australia, without Methyl Bromide" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2000, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"Midwest strawberry Production Adapts to Plastic and Drip Tape System" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2000, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
2 pp.
"Phosphine's Corrosive Effects on Metals: Phase II Study Completed" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2000, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
3 pp.
"Weed Control: Case Studies in Flowers and Strawberries" article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 6, No. 1, January 2000, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


2000
37 pp.
TemaNord 2000:510
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, IPM in Flour Mills, Comparison of a Norwegian and Danish Mill

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


2000
44 pp.
Strategic Framework for Control of Methyl Bromide in China, Action Plan, Final Revised Draft, January 2000

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
Beijing Environmental Meeting Lashed by Protesters. NGOs Expressing Disappointment at lack of Progress at Beijing Meeting on Replenishment and Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Flower Growers Seek Methyl bromide Alternatives" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 9, No. 3, December 1999, Page 28

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"New Application Technology Project Underway", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Telone II Nematicide: An Alternative to Methyl Bromide?", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
104 pp.
Folio of Reports (Excerpts) Relating to the Quarantine and Pre-Shipment Exemption (QSP) from Control Under the Montreal Protocol for Substances in Annex E (Methyl Bromide), Decision of the Meeting of the Parties

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
Statement of the Crop Protection Coalition Concerning Definition of Pre-shipment and Quarantine Uses, Meeting of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol, November 1999, Beijing, China

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Developing Countries Should Aim for Earlier Methyl Bromide Phaseout", Aricle in Pesticide and Toxic Chemical News, 25 November 1999, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
Canada Proposes Extending Methyl Bromide Phaseout Schedule, Article in Montreal Protocol Bulletin, 12 November 1999

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
82 pp.
Reports of Workshop on Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide in Soil Fumigation in the People's Republic of China (8-9 November 1999, Beijing, China)

Language: English-Chinese
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"In the News : Methyl Bromide in Viet Nam.", Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 37, Page 14, Nov-Dec 1999

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"R & D Ideas : Peach Pits May Provide Alternative to Methyl Bromide", Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 37, Page 17, Nov-Dec 1999

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
4 pp.
ISSN 0971-5657
"Sectoral Feature -Methyl Bromide : Introduction, How Does Methyl Bromide Destroy Ozone, How Have Countries Acted to Protect the Ozone Layer, see comment below" Articles in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No 37, Pages 4-7, Nov-Dec 1999
This document contains the following articles : What are Quarantine and Pre-Shipment (QPS) Uses of Methyl Bromide ?, Why and How is Methyl Bromide Used ?

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
27 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide Fumigation of Empty Ship Holds, Canadian Leadership in the Development of Methyl Bromide Alternatives

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
39 pp.
Corrosive Effects of Phospine, Carbon Dioxide, Heat and Humidity on Electronic Equipment: Phase II, Canadian Leadership in the Development of Methyl Bromide Alternatives

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Sun May Provide Alternative to Methyl Bromide" Article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.11, No. 20, 22 October 1999, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
10 pp.
Flower Business, Business with an Environmental Label

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Phasing Out Methyl Bromide", Malawi Workshop, Article in The Nation, 7 October 1999, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newspaper article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 0009-2347
"Business Roundup, Albemarle Corp.", article in Chemical & Engineering News, Vol.77, NO. 40, 4 October 1999, Page 12

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1999
125 pp.
Alternativas Al Uso de Bromuro de Metilo en Los Cultivos de: Melon, Tomate Y Tabaco en Zacapa, Guatemala; Tomate, Flores, Brocoli Y Semilleros en Chimaltenango, Guatemala, Resultados Preliminares de Investigacion Abril de 1998 a Septiembre de 1999

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1999
8 pp.
La mesure des réserves de carbone du sol, système de quantification et de vérification des changements survenant dans les réserves de carbone du sol avec la modification des pratiques agricoles

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


1999
8 pp.
Soil Sinks: Repaying the Carbon Deficit = Les puits de sol : remboursement du déficit de carbone

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"Fall Solarization for Florida, Solarizing Strawberries, Solarization Effective", Articles in the IPM Prctitioner Monitoring the Field of Pest Management, Vol; 21, No. 10, October 1999, Page14

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
EPA430-F-99-009
"Methyl Bromide Update", article in Stratospheric Update, October 1998, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Methyl Bromide Phaseout Policies Summarized", Article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.11, No. 18, 24 September 1999, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"African Nation Agree to Methyl Bromide Phaseout, Malawi Workshop", article in Ozone Depletion Today, 21 September 1999, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 0738-968X
"Alternative to Methyl Bromide", article in IPM Practitioner, Vol. 21, September 1999, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"A Victory in California", article in Atmosphere, July/September 1999, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"U.S. Aphis Rules Mandate Expanded Methyl Bromide Use", article in Atmosphere, July/September 1999, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Essais d'alternatives au bromure de méthyle à Toronto", Article in Le Dépisteur, No. 9, September 1999

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"Implementing the Montreal Protocol Citizen Monitoring in Mexico", Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 9, No. 2, August 1999, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"Integrated Pest Management in Cameroon" article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.9, August 1999, Page 9

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Methyl Bromide Exemption Under Scrutiny, Evidence on Alternatives" article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.9, August 1999, Page 19

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"National Action Plans to Phase out Methyl Bromide" article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.9, August 1999, Page 17

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
40 pp.
968-5211-00-0
Methyl Bromide Uses and Alternatives in Mexico = Usos Y Alternativas Al Bromuro De Metilo en Mexico

Language: English-Spanish
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Brochure: Methyl Bromide: Getting Ready for the Phase Out PNUE 1998, 31P.", article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.8, July 1999, Page 21

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
6 pp.
"California Strawberry Industry: On the Learning Curve, Quarantine Use of Methyl Bromide in United States, On Methyl Bromide's Turf", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 3, July 1999, Page 1,3,5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Dave's Soapbox, For What it's Worth" article in Fumigants & Pheromones, Issue 52 Summer 1999, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"De la moutarde et du poivre comme alternative au bromure de méthyle", article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.8, July 1999, Page 18

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"Eco2Fume, Toronto Ship Trials" Article in Fumigants & Pheromones, Issue 52 Summer 1999, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"EPA Extends Phosphine Review" article in Fumigants & Pheromones, Issue 52 Summer 1999, Page 7

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Glasshouse Flower Growers Band Together to Seek Alternatives", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 5, July 1999, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"MeBr? No Problem!, A Profile of Garfield Berry Farm, Lawrie and Rocky Modaffari", Article in National Methyl Bromide Update, No. 5, July 1999

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"National Grower Trials Update", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 5, July 1999, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Ozone Update" article in Fumigants & Pheromones, Issue 52 Summer 1999, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"The Bundaberg Vegetable Industry, by Marcus Ashley and Graham Sterling, Biological Crop Protection, Brisbane", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 5, July 1999, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"US EPA Publishes Methyl Bromide Reduction Regulations" Article in Global Environment Change Report, Vol. 11, No. 11, 11 June 1999, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"ECO2FUMEtm, Toronto Ship Trials", Article in Fumigants and Pheromones, No. 52, Summer 1999, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"EPA Extends Phosphine Review", Article in Fumigants and Pheromones, No. 52, Summer 1999, Page 7

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
25 pp.
Réglementation des pesticides dangereux au Cameroun, Pesticide Action Network - Africa, Monitoring and Briefing No. 93, June 1999

Language: French
Type of publication: Regulation
Online version: not available


1999
5 pp.
Committee on Commodity Problems, Intergovernmental Group on Bananas and on Tropical Fruits, Alternative Phytosanitary Treatments to Methyl Bromide for Tropical Fruit Exports, First Session, Gold Coast, Australia, 4-8 May, 1999

Language: English-French-Spanish
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Alternatives to Methyl Bromide", Article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.7, May 1999, Page 18

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
ISSN 0738-968 X
"Botanical Methyl Bromide Alternatives", article in IPM Practitioner, Vol. 21, May/June 1999

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"For a Specialized Technical Expertise on IPM", Article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.7, May 1999, Page 11

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Integrated Pest Management: A Variable Track Record in Pesticide Risk Reduction", Article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.7, May 1999, Page 10

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
3 pp.
"Researchers Still Looking for Alternative to Popular Pesticide, Commonly Used for Strawberries, Tomatoes, Chemical and Nonchemical Methods" Article in CNN Food Central, Electronic Newsletter

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Hunt for Methyl Bromide Substitute", Article in EcoConsumer, April-July 1999, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
63 pp.
ISSN 0390-0444
Le alternative al bromuro di metile, Supplement to Colture Protette n°4, April 1999

Language: Italian
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
22 pp.
Rapport national sur la commercialisation et l'utilisation du bromure de methyle à Madagascar

Language: French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1999
10 pp.
"Control of Pests of Grains, Cereals and Pulses by Irradiation", "The Irradiation Disinfestation of Cut Flowers", articles from World Wide Web on Food Irradiation

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Electrical Pulses May Be Substitute for Methyl Bromide", Article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.11, No. 2, 29 January 1999, Page 7

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
6 pp.
Floriculture Environmental Project: Your Partner in the Environmental Field, This Florist Cares About A Better Environment, Do You?

Language: English
Type of publication: Annual/activity report
Online version: not available


1999
18 pp.
Effects of Heat and Cold on the Biology of Insects, Manipulating Stored Food Insects with Temperature, Heat Sterilization (Superheating) as a Control for Stored Grain Pests in a Food Plant

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1999
8 pp.
Risk Analysis in the Release of Biological Control Agents: Antagonistic Fusarium Oxysporum as a Case Study, International Symposium on Cut Flowers in the Tropics

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1999
6 pp.
Info Series No. 4/1999, Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
Six Steps to Successful Fumigation Under Gas Tight Sheets With Phosphine

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Administration Extends Deadline on Methyl Bromide Ban to 2005", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1999, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"EPA Updates the Environmental Impact of Methyl Bromide", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1999, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Great Britain: Calculating the Loss of Methyl Bromide for Nonsoil Uses", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1999, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
1 pp.
"Managing Pests with Good Manufacturing Practices", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1999, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
2 pp.
"Transferring Technology of Methyl Bromide Alternatives from Lab to Field", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 5, No. 1, January 1999, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1999
5 pp.
Tempair, Delivers Expert Support Nationwide : Construction, Industrial, Special Events, Emergency including Temporary, Heating, Cooling, Dehumidifying, Ventilating, Site-Surveillance, Air Cleaning for Rent, Lease, or Sale

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1999
395 pp.
9977-65-148-5
Manual de Plaguidas, Guia Para America Central (Segunda edicion)

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Hydroponic Strawberries Provide Alternative to Methyl Bromide", Article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.10, No. 22, 27 November 1998, Page 8

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"International Update", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Methyl Bromide Threatens Florida Communities" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 1998, Page 20

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Methyl Bromide Threatens Florida Communities" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 1998, Page 20

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"National Methyl bromide Workshop", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"New Application Technology Project Underway", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Quarantine and Preshipment Use", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"SA, Vic Industries Lead the Way in Methyl Bromide Phase Out", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 2

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Table 1A. Relative Effectiveness, Advantages and Disadvantages of Major Fumigants Used to Disinfest Soils", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Table 1B, Relative Effectiveness, Advantages and Disadvantages of Major Non-Chemical Treatments Used to Disinfest Soils", Article in Methyl Bromide Update, Issue 4, December 1998, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"U.S. Methyl Bromide Ban Delayed" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 1998, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"U.S. Methyl Bromide Ban Delayed" Article in Global Pesticide Campaigner, Vol. 8, No. 4, December 1998, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
46 pp.
0-662-27424-5
Improving Food and Agriculture Productivity and the Environment, Canadian Initiatives in Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emission control Technologies

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
354 pp.
92-807-1730-8
Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, Report of the Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee, 1998 Assessment of Alternatives to Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Industry Calls for Rethink on Methyl Bromide" article in Ends daily, 17 November 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"US Pushes Back Methyl Bromide Phaseout", Article in Global Environmental Change Report, Vol.10, No. 21, 17 November 1998, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
9 pp.
Chemical and Physical Alternatives to Methyl Bromide and their Combination in the Control of Rhizoctonia Solani and Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum in the Open Field, The 1998 Brighton Conference - Pests and Diseases, 16-19 November 1998, Brighton, UK

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
3 pp.
ISSN: 0009-2347
"Methyl Bromide Alternatives Pose Challenges to Producers", article in Chemical & Engineering News, Vol. 76, No. 45, 9 November 1998, Page 46

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Bromine in Sea Salt May Eat Tropospheric Ozone…", …"As Plants Make and Emit Ozone-Depleting Methyl Bromide", articles in Chemical & Engineering News, Vol.76, NO.40, 5 October 1998, Page 41

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
Q's & A's on the Methyl Bromide Phase Out

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"ARS Update: Controlling Weeds and Soilborne Pests-Ft. Pierce, Florida", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 4, October 1998, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Brassica Plants Produce Methyl Bromide", article in Global Environment Change Report, Vol. 10, No. 19, 9 October 1998, Page 6

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Loss of Methyl Bromide: Impact on the Strawberry Nursery Industry", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 4, October 1998, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Plant Mulches: Possible Methyl Bromide Alternative?", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 4, October 1998, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
ISSN 1049-9083
"Rider Threatens US Methyl Bromide Phaseout", article in Global Environment Change Report, Vol. 10, No. 19, October 1998, Page 5

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Tomato Growers Address the Loss of Methyl Bromide", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 4, October 1998, Page 3

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
38 pp.
Telone, Everything Grows Better. Telone Soil Fumigants

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
9 pp.
Methyle Bromide, and What we Can Do

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


1998
95 pp.
United Nations Environmental Programme Methyl Bromide Technical Committee, Hawaiian Flour Mills, Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Presentaion, 8 September 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
12 pp.
Newest Test Results on our 100% Natural Alternative to Methyl Bromide & Our 100% Natural Pesticide. Update of Champs/Manley Farm Trial: Following one Month Sampling

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Integrated Pest Management in Food Processing, Adapting to the Phase Out of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Integrated Pest Management in Food Processing, Adapting to the Phase Out of Methyl Bromide, September 1998; Lutte antiparasitaire intégrée dans le secteur de la transformation des aliments : adaptation à l'élimination progressive du bromure de méthyle

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Flyer
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Sectoral Feature-Methyl Bromide" Article in Vatis Update, Vol. 4, No. 30, Sep- Oct 1998, Page 4

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Methyl Bromide Reduction Strategies, Protecting Grain and Food after Harvest, August 2, 1998, Delta Meadowvale, Mississauga, Ontario

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"L'élimination du bromure de méthyle", article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.5, August 1998, Page 11

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Utilisation du bromure de méthyle dans les pays francophones d'Afrique", article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.5, Août 1998, Page 10

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
38 pp.
0-913890-84-7
Report: Reaping Havoc, The True Cost of Using Methyl Bromide on Florida's Tomatoes

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
"Plant-Growth-Promoting Bacteria: A Methyl Bromide Alternative?", article in USDA, Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
Apple Replant: Treating the Cause, Not the Symptoms, article in USDA, Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
Grower Reports on Field Tests for Preplant Methyl Bromide Alternatives, article in USDA, Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
Taking MeBr Alternatives to the Field, article in USDA, Vol. 4, No. 3, July 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
150 pp.
Demonstration Project on Alternatives to the Use of Methyl Bromide in Soil Fumigation, Project Description 4th Review, July 1998
This document icludes a full description of the experiments, a progress report and factsheets reports.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
12 pp.
Mycotoxins in Grain

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1998
159 pp.
Methyl Bromide Substitution in Agriculture, Objectives and Activities of the Federal Republic of Germany Concerning the Support to Article 5 Countries of the Montreal Protocol

Language: Arabic
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
159 pp.
Methyl Bromide Substitution in Agriculture, Objectives and Activities of the Federal Republic of Germany Concerning the Support to Article 5 Countries of the Montreal Protocol

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
75 pp.
Methyl Bromide, National Response Strategy, Part I: Horticultural Uses, Methyl Bromide Consultative Group, June 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Pest Control Celebrating 65 Years, Under Close Inspection Pest Problems are Magnified Sanitation is the Solution, Pest Control Becomes a Team Effort in Food Plants, article in Pest Control May 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
"ARS Soil Solarization: Fort Pierce, Florida", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 2, April 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
"Controlling Methyl Bromide Emissions with Impermeable Films", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 2, April 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"New ARS Industry Agreement to Seek Bio-Based Methyl Bromide Alternatives", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, (USDA), Vol. 4, No. 2, April 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Using Natural Plant Volatiles: A Joint US/Israeli/South African Venture", article in Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Vol. 4, No. 2, April 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
Natural Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Article in NAM S&T Newsletter, Vol. 7, No. 4, April-June 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
11 pp.
La production et la consommation globale de Bromure de Méthyle dans le monde

Language: French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
45 pp.
Management of Soilborne Plant Pathogens, an International Workshop Sponsored by the United States - Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD) Program, 1 - 5 March 1998, Jerusalem

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1998
44 pp.
Management of Soilborne Plant Pathogens, March 1-5, 1998, Jerusalem, Israel

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
A Spicy Alternative to Methyl Bromide, Natural Product Being Tested in Florida to Replace Important Crop Fumigant. Article in Florida Grower, Vol. 91, No. 3, March 1998

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
"Bromure de Méthyle, un pesticide détruisant la couche d'ozone", article in Pesticides and Alternatives (PAN), No.4, Mars 1998, Page 21

Language: French
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
"China Olans to Conduct Study on Strategy for Methyl Bromide Phaseout", articles in Ozone Action in China, No. 13, February 1998, Page 1

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1998
46 pp.
0-662-27424-5
Improving Food and Agriculture Productivity and the Environment, Canadian Initiatives in Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emission Control Technologies

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
62 pp.
Sustainable Pest Management Series S98-01, Integrated Pest Management in Food Processing: Working Without Methyl Bromide ; Lutte antiparasitaire intégrée dans le secteur de la transformation des aliments : suppression du bromure de méthyle

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: Russian (3230-r-ipm_food_process.pdf - 1,411 Kb)


1998
43 pp.
Integrated Pest Management, IPM Case Studies of GCPF Member Companies and Associations

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1998
16 pp.
Safe Use Pilot Projects, Guatemala, Kenya, Thailand, GCPF Sponsored Pilot Projects Fostering the Safe Responsible Use of Crop Protection

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Flowers Without Methyl Bromide, Preparing for New Requirements

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Methyl Bromide Technical Option Committee 1998 Assessment

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
1 pp.
Statement of the Crop Protection Coalition Concerning Interpretation of the MBTOC (Methyl Bromide Technical Options Advisory Committee) Report

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Briefing Kit , Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Fumigation of Grain in the Asian Region

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Bromuro di metile, la parola agli agricoltori

Language: Italian
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1998
10 pp.
Wholesomeness of Irradiated Foods: A Review

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Diatomaceous Earth

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
8 pp.
Grain Bin Fumigation

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
Horn Generator, Hydrogen Phosphide - PH3

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
2 pp.
The Gaseous Phosphine Fumigant

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
4 pp.
The Natural Choice for Effective, Affordable, Safe, Control of Grain & Food Insects

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1998
27 pp.
Applicators Manual for (Red) Phostoxin, Pellets and Round Tablets (Red), for Control of Insects in Stored Grain, Processed Foods, Feeds and Non-Food Commodities, Including Tobacco

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
18 pp.
Draft, Restricted Use Pesticide, Due to Acute Inhalation Toxicity of Highly Toxic Hydrogen Phosphide ( Phosphine, PH3) Gas

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1998
352 pp.
0-9634373-4-8
Stored Product Protection, A period of Transition

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
1 pp.
Methyl Bromide Imperils Ozone Goal, Activists Say, article in Globe & Mail, December 16, 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1997
2 pp.
"Ozone Protection Trust Fund, Glasshouse Industries, Report from the National MB Research Coordination Committee, Temperate Crops, Sub-Tropical Crops", articles in National Methyl Bromide Update, No. 2, Nov-Dec 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1997
9 pp.
Appendix III, Paper Entitled Review of use of Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for Horticultural Crops in Asia, IIBC Malaysia Station, for Methyl Bromide Alternatives Conference, San Diego, 3-5 November 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1997
1500 pp.
Conference Proceedings: 1997 Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emission Reductions, San Diego, California, 3-5 November 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1997
2 pp.
"The Montreal Protocol, San Diego Conference Outcomes, Niche Industries, Ginger, Orchard Replants, Turf", Articles in National Methyl Bromide Update, No. 2, Nov-Dec 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1997
15 pp.
The Columbian Experience in Cut Flower Production

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1997
59 pp.
Sensitization Workshop on Existing and Potential Alternatives to Methyl Bromide Use in Cut-Flower Production in Kenya, 13-16 October 1997, Nairobi, Kenya

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1997
59 pp.
0-660-16282-2
Improving Food and Agriculture Productivity and the Environment. (Case Study)

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
1 pp.
Protect-IT TM and Heat Yield Success

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
65 pp.
EPA430-R-97-030
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Stratospheric Ozone Protection: Ten Case Studies - Volume Three - Soil, Commodity and Structural Use

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1997
4 pp.
Exterminated by Exemption, how the Exemption for Quarantine/Pre-Shipment Uses Will Undermine the Global Phase-Out of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1997
1 pp.
"Bromuro De Metilo", article in Protejamos la Capa de Ozono, Vol. 2, No. 1, September 1997, Page 3

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1997
1 pp.
"Utilizan Tierra Diatomea Como Insecticida", article in Protejamos la Capa de Ozono, Vol. 2, No. 1, September 1997, Page 3

Language: Spanish
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1997
52 pp.
Collaborative Projects on Integrated Pest Management: A Global Directory of Partnerships for Sustainable Agriculture

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
21 pp.
Funding a Better BAN, Smart Spending on Methyl Bromide Alternatives in Developing Countries

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
50 pp.
International Directory of Companies Supplying Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, First Edition, Review Draft, September 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
52 pp.
Methyl Bromide in Agriculture -Draft- Objectives and Activities of the Federal Republic of Germany Concerning the Support to Article 5 Countries of the Montreal Protocol

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
100 pp.
National Workshop on Methyl Bromide, 26 August 1997, Hochiminh City, Vietnam

Language: English-Vietnamese
Type of publication: Postage stamp
Online version: not available


1997
3 pp.
Crop Protection Coalition Statement Concerning Methyl Bromide, September 1997, see comment below

Language: English
Type of publication: Correspondence
Online version: not available


1997
2 pp.
Questions & Answers on Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1997
12 pp.
Les mycotoxines dans les grains

Language: French
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1997
12 pp.
Micotoxinas em grãos

Language: Portuguese
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1997
25 pp.
Structural Pest Control: The Use of an Enhanced Diatomaceous Earth Product Combined with Heat Treatment for the Control of Insect Pests in Food Processing Facilities. (Case Study)
Protection antiparasitaire des bâtiments et des équipements: utilisation de la terre de diatomées améliorée en combinaison avec le traitement à la chaleur pour éliminer les insectes nuisibles dans les installations de transformation de produits alimentaires. = Structural Pest Control: The Use of an Enhanced Diatomaceous Earth Product Combined with Heat Treatment for the Control of Insect Pests in Food Processing facilities.

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
40 pp.
Alternatives for Methyl Bromide in Kenya and the East African Region. Exploration for Demonstration Trials

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
1 pp.
Making Scents of Insects, Pheromones are Latest Non-Toxic Way to Monitor Pest Populations & Guide Extermination Efforts, Article in Food Processing Journal, May 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1997
26 pp.
The Bromide Barons, Methyl Bromide, Corporate Power and Environmental Justice

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
404 pp.
84-00-07724-5
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for the Southern European Countries (International Workshop), 9-12 April 1997, Aron, Tenerife (Canary Islands, Spain)
The objective of the workshop was to analyse methods and management techniques for soilborne pathogens which are valuable as alternatives to the use of methyl bromide (MB) a widely-used soil fumigant in agriculture.

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
4 pp.
Factsheet: Methyl Bromide ( MeBr) Phase Out, April 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1997
4 pp.
Progress Report to the Technology & Economic Assessment Panel and Miscellaneous Methyl Bromide Issues MBTOC's (MeBr Technical Options Committee), April 1997
This document is available in portable document format from TEAP website.

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1997
51 pp.
Methyl Bromide Use, April 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
35 pp.
87-7810-787-3
Production of Flowers and Vegetables in Danish Greenhousses, Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Environmental Review, No. 4, 1997

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
68 pp.
Draft: National Methyl Bromide Response Strategy

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
30 pp.
92 8930 000-0
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide - Control of Rodents on Ship and Aircraft

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
26 pp.
Central Science Laboratory, Science Serving Agriculture, Expression of Interest UNEP Multilateral Fund from the Central Science Laboratory, Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, UK

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1997
37 pp.
Central Science Laboratory, Science Serving Agriculture, Food and the Environment, Pest Management Strategies (Page 14)

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
65 pp.
EPA430-R-96-021
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Stratospheric Ozone Protection: Volume Two - Ten Case Studies - Soil, Commodity, and Structural Use

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1996
7 pp.
Consensus Building in Action: Regional Workshop on Alternatives to Methyl Bromide for English-Speaking Africa, article in The Journal of Environment & Development, 01/12/1996
The Journal of Environment & Development is essential reading for anyone concerned with environment and development issues at the local, national, regional and international levels. Through a combined focus on international environment and development policies, The Journal of Environment & Development fills an important niche in the spectrum of scholarly and policy journals.

Language: English
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1996
65 pp.
Economic Analysis of Crop Protection Policy in Costa Rica, Pesticide Policy Project

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
334 pp.
La Reunião Brasileira Sobre Alternativas ao Brometo de Metila na Agricultura = 1rst Brazilian Meeting on Alternatives to Methyl Bromide in Agricultural Systems, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brasil, 21-23 October 1996

Language: English-Portuguese
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1996
68 pp.
Development of Mobile Seed Dressing Applicators Suitable for African Countries, Technical Report: UNIDO/COMESA Conference in Africa on Seed and Stored Grain Treatment - Progress, Prospects and Problems, Arusha, United Republic of Tanzania,16-18 April 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
60 pp.
92-807-1540
Training Opportunities in Grain Post-Harvest Technology for Developing CountriesF

Language: English
Type of publication: Training material
Online version: not available


1996
19 pp.
Riscos E consequências da ma utilização de pesticidas para tratamento de produtos armazenados

Language: Portuguese
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1996
19 pp.
Risks and Consequences of the Misuse of Pesticides in the Treatment of Stored Products
This paper is aimed to advisers the general public, educators and store managers as well as representatives of the industry, so that they can become actively involved in encouraging better use of pesticides.

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1996
173 pp.
0-913890-84-7
The Technical and Economic Feasibility of Replacing Methyl Bromide in Developing Countries: Case Studies in Zimbabwe, Thailand and Chile, August 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1996
6 pp.
Early Phaseout of Methyl Bromide and HCFCs an Environmental Imperative, Greenpeace International Position Paper, Prepared for the 13th Meeting of the Open Ended Working Group of the Parties to the Montreal Protocol, Geneva, August 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1996
49 pp.
Draft: Report on the Work Currently in Progress on Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, Prepared by UNIDO, in Cooperation with UNDP, World Bank and UNEP, Upon Request of the Executive Committee of the Montreal Protocol at its 19th Meeting (Decision 1/5)

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
23 pp.
Survey on the Use of Methyl Bromide and Possible Substitutions

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
68 pp.
92-836-1036-9
Aircraft Disinsection: A Guide for Military & Civilian Air Carriers

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
62 pp.
Institutional Constraints to IPM, Papers Presented at the XIIIth International Plant Protection Congress (IPPC), The Hague, 2-7 July 1995

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1996
19 pp.
Restricted use Pesticide, Due to Acute Inhalation Toxicity of Highly Toxic Hydrogen Phosphide, (Phosphine, PH3) Gas

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1996
73 pp.
Provision of Services with Regards to the Technical Aspects of the Implementation of EC Legislation on Ozone Depleting Substances: Methyl Bromide Briefing Paper

Language: English
Type of publication: Regulation
Online version: not available


1996
2 pp.
"Environmentally Safe Method Chills Out Pests From Stored Grain" article in EPRI News Release, 11 January 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Newsletter article
Online version: not available


1996
12 pp.
IPM Strategies for Control of Sclerotium Rot in the Australian Flower Bulb Industry

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1996
3 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide Soil Fumigation in California, Pesticide Fact Sheet, January 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1996
300 pp.
Farm Chemicals Hand Book

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1996
4 pp.
Inhibit Moisture Migration and Control Mold with DMX-7

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available


1996
98 pp.
0 9521656 1 9
Growing Food Security, Challenging the Link Between Pesticides and Access to Food

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
38 pp.
Heat Phosphine and CO² Collaborative Experimental Structural Fumigation. (Case Study)

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
57 pp.
0738-968 X
IPM Alternatives to Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
20 pp.
Methyl Bromide Alternatives

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
21 pp.
Ozone Depleting Substances Regulations = Règlement sur les substances appauvrissant la couche d'ozone

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1996
9 pp.
The Economists who Cried Wolf, How CDFA Exaggerated the Costs of a Methyl Bromide Ban, January 1996

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
1 pp.
"Pour protéger la couche d'ozone, l'usage d'un gaz pesticide, le bromure de méthyl, sera interdit en 2010", article in Le Monde, 9 december 1995

Language: French
Type of publication: Journal article
Online version: not available


1995
21 pp.
Draft Interim Report, Survey on Consumption of Methyl Bromide and Potential Alternatives in English-Speaking Africa, South-East Asia and South America

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
25 pp.
1995 Methyl Bromide State of the Science Workshop

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1995
13 pp.
National Survey on Methyl Bromide Use in Mozambique

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
3 pp.
Pasteurization and Fumigation of Soil, Extract from BCMAFF Floriculture Production Guide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
25 pp.
EPA430-R-95-009
Stratospheric Ozone Protection, Alternatives to Methyl Bromide:Ten Case Studies - Soil, Commodity and Structural Use

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1995
14 pp.
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide : Excerpts from the U.N. Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee 1995 Assessment

Language: English-Spanish
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
16 pp.
European Methyl Bromide Association, Position Paper, 5 April 1995

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1995
45 pp.
Background Information on Methyl Bromide in Chile

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
33 pp.
Basamide G. as Soil Fumigant for Tobacco Seedbeds : Nematode and Weed Control, Methods of Soil Incorporation, seed Germination & seedling quality

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1995
67 pp.
0643 05844 3
Agricultural Production Without Methyl Bromide-Four Case Studies
The four case studies are the following : Cut Flower Production in Colombia without Methyl Bromide, Strawberry Production in the Netherlands without Methyl Bromide, Cucurbit Production in the Netherlands without Methyl Bromide, Tomato Production in Italy without Methyl Bromide. The document on the shelf is a duplicate. The original could not be found

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1995
21 pp.
Methyl Bromide Use and Alternatives in Sub-Saharan Africa = Dans l'Azur Africain, L'emploi du Bromure de Méthyle et ses Alternatives en Afrique Sub-Saharienne. (Case Study)

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1995
67 pp.
92 9120 700 4
Alternatives to Methyl Bromide.TemaNord 1995:574

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
324 pp.
92 4 157166 7
Environmental Health Criteria 166 - Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
27 pp.
Guidelines for Pesticide Policy Studies, A Framework for Analyzing Economic and Political Factors of Pesticide Use in Developing Countries

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1995
37 pp.
Out of the Frying Pan, Avoiding the Fire, Ending Use of Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1994
304 pp.
92-807-1448-1
UNEP 1994 Report of the Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee, Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1994
7 pp.
Methyl Bromide Science Update, Sustainable Agriculture Alliance (s.a.f.e.)

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1994
40 pp.
The Phase-out of Methyl Chloroform in Canada

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1994
28 pp.
Options to Methyl Bromide for the Control of Soil-Borne Diseases and Pests in California, With Reference to the Netherlands

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1994
9 pp.
Methyl Bromide Working Group

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1994
100 pp.
Methyl Bromide State of the Science Workshop, Embassy Row Hotel, Washington, D.C., Thursday, October 28, 1993

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1994
18 pp.
Molecular Sieve Adsorption Technology for Capturing and Recycling Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1994
35 pp.
The Phaseout of Methyl Bromide in Developing Countries = La Eliminacion del Bromuro de Metilo en Paises de Sur

Language: English-Spanish
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1994
40 pp.
92 4 1510862
Methyl Bromide (Bromomethane) Health & Safety Guide, No 86

Language: English
Type of publication: Code of practice
Online version: not available


1994
79 pp.
967-9932-21-4
Suggested Recommendations for the Fumigation of Grain in the Asean Region (Part 3)

Language: English
Type of publication: Code of practice
Online version: not available


1994
8 pp.
A Scientific Perspective of the UNEP 1994 Report of the Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee - 1995 Assessment, Covering: 4.0 Alternatives to Methyl Bromide, 4.1 Alternatives for Soil Treatment

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1994
525 pp.
2.11.088570.X
Food Crop Protection in West and Central Africa

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1993
500 pp.
Etude Technico-Economique Bromure de Méthyle, Impact de l'évolution de la réglementation sur le P.V.D.

Language: English-French
Type of publication: Regulation
Online version: not available


1993
7 pp.
Analysis of Organobromine Compounds and HBr in Motor Car Exhaust Gases with GC/Microwave Plasma System, Conference Paper for the Methyl Bromide Global Coalition Workshop, October 1993

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1993
500 pp.
1 86320 101 7
Postharvest Handling of Tropical Fruits, Proceedings of an International Conference held at Chiang Mai, Thailand, 19-23 July 1993

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1993
4 pp.
Methyl Bromide in Agriculture, the Many Sides to the Current Controversy, Discussed at a Special Symposium at the American Chemical Society, 1rst April 1993

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available


1993
46 pp.
92 9120 343 2
Methyl Bromide in the Nordic Countries-Current Use and Alternatives

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1992
65 pp.
The Netherlands and Italy International Workshops on Alternatives and Substitutes to Methyl Bromide for Soil Fumigation, Final Programme and Documentation, Executive Summary, Novotel Rotterdam Brainpark, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, 19-21 October 1992

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1992
75 pp.
The Methyl Bromide Science Workshop, 2-3 June 1992, Arlington, Virginia

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference proceedings
Online version: not available


1992
324 pp.
92 4 157166 7
Environmental Health Criteria 166 Methyl Bromide

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1992
14 pp.
Risk Reduction in Pesticide Development in Developing Countries-Challenges and Opportunities

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1992
72 pp.
Integrated International Safety Guidelines for Pesticide Formulation in Developing Countries

Language: English-Spanish
Type of publication: Standard
Online version: not available


1991
5 pp.
1991 Update on Food Irradiation in Canada

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1991
58 pp.
967-9932-19-2
Suggested Recommendations for the Fumigation of Grain in the Asean Region. (Part 2).

Language: English
Type of publication: Code of practice
Online version: not available


1989
131 pp.
967-9932-11-7
Suggested Recommendations for the Fumigation of Grain in the Asean Region. (Part 1).

Language: English
Type of publication: Code of practice
Online version: not available


1989
301 pp.
1 86320 018 5
Fumigation and Controlled Atmosphere Storage of Grain

Language: English
Type of publication: Country programme
Online version: not available


1989
6 pp.
Red Root Disease, Poria Hypolateritia

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1988
40 pp.
Irradiated Food

Language: English
Type of publication: Report
Online version: not available


1987
3 pp.
In Point of Fact

Language: English
Type of publication: Factsheet
Online version: not available


1982
2 pp.
Relative Growth Response of Tea Clones grown in Soil Fumigant with Dazomet 98 % G and Methyl Bromide and in Uninfested Soil

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1980
4 pp.
An Alternative Method of Treating Nursery Soils for Control of the Root-Lesion Nematode of Tea, Pratylenchus Loosi, May 1980

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1980
0 pp.
Treatment of Nursery Soils with Dazomet 98 % Granular (Basamid) as an Alternate Method of Control of the Root-Lesion Nematode, Pratylenchus Loosi, of Tea

Language: English
Type of publication: Case study
Online version: not available


1978
15 pp.
Nutritional Aspects of Food Irradiation: an Overview

Language: English
Type of publication: Conference paper
Online version: not available



7 pp.
Nordiko Quarantine Systems - Product Information
Information from the Australian company Nordiko, which deals with the fumigation of goods in cargo quarantine. Their system recaptures methyl bromide, which is a common fumigant, and "degrades [it] to two harmless salts that may be disposed of easily in grey water."

Language: English
Type of publication: Product literature
Online version: not available