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Ecotoxicological information

Endpoint summary

Administrative data

Description of key information

Additional information

Long-term toxicity studies evaluating the toxicity of the substance to terrestrial organisms are available for three different trophic levels (soil arthropods, terrstrial plants and soil microorganisms). All studies were performed according to international guidelines and GLP.

The terrestrial plants (Allium cepa; ECT, 2017) turned out to be the most sensitive species with a NOEC (21 d) of 68.6 mg/kg soil dry weight followed by soil arthropods (Charles River 2016, Eisenia fetida, NOEC (56 d): 500 mg/kg dw soil) and soil microorganisms (CEM 2016, NOEL (28 d) of 455.0 mg test item/kg dry soil) based on nitrogen turnover.