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Technical Monograph n°2,
6th Edition
Revised May 2008

Catalogue of
pesticide formulation types
and international
coding system

Code

Term

Definition

AE

Aerosol dispenser

A container-held formulation which is dispersed generally
by a propellant as fine droplets or particles upon the actuation of a valve.

AL

Any other liquid

A liquid not yet designated by a specific code, to be applied undiluted.

AP

Any other powder

A powder not yet designated by a specific code, to be applied undiluted.

BR

Briquette

Solid block designed for controlled release of active ingredient into water.

CB

Bait concentrate

A solid or liquid intended for dilution before use as a bait.

CP

Contact powder

Rodenticidal or insecticidal formulation in powder form for
direct application. Formerly known as tracking powder
(TP).

CS

Capsule suspension

A stable suspension of capsules in a fluid, normally intended for dilution with water before use.

DC

Dispersible concentrate

A liquid homogeneous formulation to be applied as a solid
dispersion after dilution in water. (Note: there are some
formulations which have characteristics intermediate between DC and EC).

DP

Dustable powder

A free-flowing powder suitable for dusting.

DS

Powder for dry seed
treatment

A powder for application in the dry state directly to the
seed.

DT

Tablet for direct appli- Formulation in the form of tablets to be applied individually cation
and directly in the field, and/or bodies of water, without
preparation of a spraying solution or dispersion.

EC

Emulsifiable concentrate

A liquid, homogeneous formulation to be applied as an
emulsion after dilution in water.

EG

Emulsifiable granule

A granular formulation, which may contain water-insoluble
formulants, to be applied as an oil-in-water emulsion of
the active ingredient(s) after disintegration in water.

EO

Emulsion, water in oil

A fluid, heterogeneous formulation consisting of a solution
of pesticide in water dispersed as fine globules in a continuous organic liquid phase.

EP

Emulsifiable powder

A powder formulation, which may contain water-insoluble
formulants, to be applied as an oil-in-water emulsion of
the active ingredient(s) after dispersion in water.

ES

Emulsion for seed
treatment

A stable emulsion for application to the seed either directly or after dilution.

EW

Emulsion, oil in water

A fluid, heterogeneous formulation consisting of a solution
of pesticide in an organic liquid dispersed as fine globules in a continuous water phase.

FS

Flowable concentrate
for seed treatment

A stable suspension for application to the seed, either directly or after dilution.

FU

Smoke generator

A combustible formulation, generally solid, which upon
ignition releases the active ingredient(s) in the form of
smoke.

GA

Gas

A gas packed in pressure bottle or pressure tank.

GE

Gas generating product

A formulation which generates a gas by chemical reaction.

GL

Emulsifiable gel

A gelatinized formulation to be applied as an emulsion in
water.

GR

Granule

A free-flowing solid formulation of a defined granule size
range ready for use.

GS

Grease

Very viscous formulation based on oil or fat.

GW

Water soluble gel

A gelatinized formulation to be applied as an aqueous solution.

HN

Hot fogging concentrate

A formulation suitable for application by hot fogging equipment, either directly or after dilution.

KK

Combi-pack solid/
liquid

A solid and a liquid formulation, separately contained
within one outer pack, intended for simultaneous application in a tank mix.

KL

Combi-pack liquid/
liquid

Two liquid formulations, separately contained within one
outer pack, intended for simultaneous application in a tank
mix.

KN

Cold fogging concentrate

A formulation suitable for application by...
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