!DELETE? Pesticides (Table)

Name of Chemical Type WHO Classification IARC Group Banned? Legal?
Abamectin Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA EU, US
Aldicarb Insecticide 1a: Extremely Hazardous 3: Not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans (No available studies on humans) Globally Brazil
Carbofuran Pesticide 1b: Highly Hazardous No available studies on humans In the EU and Canada, "unoficially" in the US Brazil
Chlorpyrifos Pesticide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA US banned for household use EU, US in agriculture
Cirpoconazole / cyproconazole Fungicide 3: Slightly Hazardous NA US banned in most household use US in agriculture, EU
Cypermethrin / ZetaCypermethrin Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA Public use banned in India US, EU
Dichlorvos / DDVP Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous 2B: Possibly carcinogenic to humans EU, UK, Denmark, for most households: Sweden, US banned use US
Disulfoton Insecticide 1a: Extremely Hazardous No available studies on humans Banned in EU, India Brazil
Endosulfan Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous No available studies on humans EU and most countries banned, restricted in US China, Brazil
Haloxyfop Herbicide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA EU, with limited-use extensions depending on country US
Imidacloprid Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA Canada plans to ban within 5 years US, EU
Methyl parathion / parathion-methyl Insecticide 1a: Extremely Hazardous 3: Not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans Banned in India since 2016, banned in Indonesia, Banned in EU Limited use in the US
Paraquat dichloride Herbicide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA Banned in EU since 2007, Switzerland India, US, Brazil, Colombia, others
Permethrin Insecticide 2: Moderately Hazardous 3: Not classifiable as to its carcinogenicity to humans EU banned Restricted crop use in the US
Phorate Insecticide 1a: Extremely Hazardous NA Banned in the EU; Banned in India since 2016 US
Propiconazole Fungicide 2: Moderately Hazardous NA In Europe since 1998 US
Terbufos Insecticide 1a: Extremely Hazardous NA Banned in EU Limited use in the US, Brazil