EPPO Standards – PP1 Efficacy evaluation of plant protection products

- Summary list of approved Standards (2023-09) –





Note: In the list below, PP1 Standards which have been superseded by new ones are indicated within brackets and more details about the version history of standards can be found in the PP1 Database. In this database, fees are requested to view and download specific PP1 Standards (e.g. insecticides, fungicides, herbicides and PGRs), but all general standards (e.g. design and analysis of efficacy evaluation trials, phytotoxicity assessment) are free access.

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Title of Standard
PP 1/1(4) Foliar diseases on sugarbeet
PP 1/2(5) Phytophthora infestans on potato
PP 1/3(4) Pseudoperonospora humuli
PP 1/4(4) Uncinula necator
PP 1/5(3) Venturia inaequalis and V. pyrina
PP 1/6(3) Adoxophyes orana
PP 1/7(4) Cydia pomonella
PP 1/8(3) Delia antiqua
PP 1/9(3) Delia radicum in vegetable brassicas
PP 1/10(4) Delia coarctata
PP 1/11(3) Eupoecilia ambiguella and Lobesia botrana
PP 1/12(4) Leptinotarsa decemlineata
PP 1/13(3) Ostrinia nubilalis
PP 1/14(4) Chamaepsila rosae
PP 1/15(3) Tetranychid mites in orchards
PP 1/16(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on strawberries
[PP 1/17(2)] Botrytis cinerea on grapevine
replaced by PP 1/17
PP 1/17(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on grapevine
[PP 1/18(2)] Storage rot and storage scab of apples (pre-harvest application)
replaced by PP 1/18
PP 1/18(3) Storage diseases of apples (pre-harvest application)
PP 1/19(5) Seed-borne cereal fungi
PP 1/20(3) Aphids on cereals
[PP 1/21(2)] Aphids on fruit (top, bush, cane)
replaced by PP1/253 & PP1/258
PP 1/22(3) Phorodon humuli
PP 1/23(2) Aphids on ornamental plants
[PP 1/24(2)] Aphids on potato, sugar beet, pea, broad bean and other vegetables
replaced by PP1/228 to PP1/230
PP 1/25(3) Globodera and Heterodera spp.
[PP 1/26(2)] Erysiphe graminis
replaced by PP 1/26
PP 1/26(4) Foliar and ear diseases on cereals
[ PP 1/27(2)] Cereal rusts
replaced by PP 1/26
PP 1/28(3) Eyespot of cereals [replacing Pseudocercosporella herpotrichoides]
[PP 1/29(2)] Leptosphaeria nodorum and Mycosphaerella graminicola on wheat
replaced by PP 1/26
PP 1/30(2) Blumeriella jaapii
PP 1/31(3) Plasmopara viticola
PP 1/32(3) Rhizoctonia solani on potato
PP 1/33(2) Hoplocampa spp.
PP 1/34(2) Delia platura and Delia florilega
PP 1/35(2) Rhagoletis cerasi
PP 1/36(3) Whiteflies (Trialeurodes vaporariorum, Bemisia tabaci) on protected crops
PP 1/37(2) Tetranychus urticae on vegetables
PP 1/38(3) Monilinia laxa
PP 1/39(2) Plasmodiophora brassicae
PP 1/40(2) Soil fungi attacking ornamental plants
PP 1/41(2) Stigmina carpophila
[ PP 1/42] Venturia inaequalis and V. pirina (curative treatments)
replaced by PP 1/5
PP 1/43(3) Atomaria linearis
PP 1/44(2) Cacopsylla spp.
PP 1/45(3) Soil pest complex on beet [replacing Scutigerella immaculata]
PP 1/46(3) Wireworms
PP 1/47(2) Ditylenchus dipsaci
PP 1/48(2) Migratory root nematodes
PP 1/49(3) Weeds in brassica oil crops
PP 1/50(4) Weeds in maize
PP 1/51(3) Weeds in potato
PP 1/52(4) Weeds in sugar and fodder beet and industrial chicory
PP 1/53(3) Weeds in lupin and Vicia beans
PP 1/54(3) Botrytis spp. on vegetables
PP 1/55(2) Phomopsis viticola
PP 1/56(3) Phytophthora spp. causing fruit rot on citrus
PP 1/57(3) Powdery mildew of cucurbits and other vegetables
PP 1/58(2) Agrotis segetum
PP 1/59(2) Noctuids in vineyards
PP 1/60(3) Sitona lineatus
PP 1/61(3) Weeds in grassland
PP 1/62(3) Weeds in water-seeded rice
PP 1/63(3) Weeds in sunflower
PP 1/64(4) Weeds in grapevine
PP 1/65(4) Downy mildews of vegetables
PP 1/66(2) Fungal storage rots of potato
PP 1/67(3) Anthracnose on olive
PP 1/68(2) Peronospora hyoscyami
PP 1/69(3) Podosphaera leucotricha
PP 1/70(4) Aphid vectors of Barley yellow dwarf virus
PP 1/71(3) Aphid vectors of potato leafroll luteovirus on seed potatoes
PP 1/72(3) Planococcus citri and Delottococcus aberiae
PP 1/73(4) Psylliodes chrysocephala on oilseed rape
PP 1/74(3) Scales on citrus
PP 1/75(3) Weeds in Allium crops
PP 1/76(4) Weeds in forage legumes
[ PP 1/77(2)] Erysiphe betae
[ PP 1/78(2)] Leptosphaeria maculans and Alternaria brassicae on rape
PP 1/78(4) Root, stem, foliar and pod diseases of oilseed rape
[ PP 1/79(2)] Rhynchosporium secalis
[ PP 1/80(2)] Sclerotinia sclerotiorum on rape
PP 1/81(3) Cycloconium oleagineum
PP 1/82(2) Taphrina deformans
PP 1/83(2) Caterpillars on leaf brassicas
PP 1/84(2) Hydraecia micacea on hop
PP 1/85(3) Thrips on outdoor crops
PP 1/86(2) Zabrus tenebrioides
PP 1/87(2) Aceria sheldoni
PP 1/88(3) Weeds in flower bulbs and flower tubers
PP 1/89(3) Weeds in leafy and brassica vegetables
PP 1/90(3) Weeds in orchards and other fruiting tree crops such as citrus and olives
PP 1/91(4) Weeds in Phaseolus and Pisum
PP 1/92(3) Weeds in strawberry
PP 1/93(3) Weeds in cereals
PP 1/94(3) Grassland renewal
PP 1/95(4) Slugs
[PP 1/96(3)] Slugs in field crops
replaced by PP 1/95
PP 1/97(2) Laboratory and field tests for the evaluation of rodenticidal dusts
PP 1/98(3) Weed control between crops
PP 1/99(3) Weeds in root vegetables
PP 1/100(2) Lophodermium seditiosum
PP 1/101(2) Phacidium infestans
PP 1/102(2) Phytophthora cactorum on strawberry
PP 1/103(3) Soil borne Phytophthora spp. on fruiting (solanaceous and cucurbitaceous) vegetable and legume vegetable crops
PP 1/104(2) Sphaerotheca pannosa
PP 1/105(2) Storage rots of citrus (post-harvest treatments)
[PP 1/106(2)] Ceratitis capitata
replaced by PP 1/301 & PP 1/302
PP 1/107(3) Ceutorhynchus assimilis
PP 1/108(3) Bactrocera oleae - canopy spray
PP 1/109(2) Helicoverpa armigera on cotton
PP 1/110(2) Loxostege sticticalis
PP 1/111(3) Otiorhynchus spp. on ornamentals and strawberry
PP 1/112(2) Panonychus citri
PP 1/113(2) Laboratory tests for evaluation of the toxicity and acceptability of rodenticides and rodenticide preparations
PP 1/114(2) Field tests against synanthropic rodents (Mus musculus, Rattus norvegicus, R. rattus)
PP 1/115(3) Aquatic weeds
PP 1/116(3) Weeds in forests
PP 1/117(3) Weeds on hard and semi-permeable surfaces
PP 1/118(3) Weeds in outdoor fruit vegetables
PP 1/119(3) Weeds in Ribes and Rubus
PP 1/120(2) Foliage diseases of Allium crops
PP 1/121(2) Leafspots of vegetables
PP 1/122(3) Phytophthora nicotianae var. parasitica and other Phytophthora species causing canker on citrus
PP 1/123(2) Nectria galligena
PP 1/124(2) Rusts of vegetables
PP 1/125(4) Seed treatments against seedling diseases (trials under controlled conditions)
PP 1/126(2) Eurygaster integriceps
PP 1/127(2) Hylobius abietis
PP 1/128(2) Insects on conifer timber
PP 1/129(3) Otiorhynchus ligustici on hop
PP 1/130(3) Prays oleae
PP 1/131(3) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus
PP 1/132(2) Zeuzera pyrina
PP 1/133(2) Tetranychid mites in vineyards
PP 1/134(2) Attractants for Ips typographus
PP 1/135(4) Phytotoxicity assessment
PP 1/136(3) Weeds in amenity grassland
PP 1/137(3) Weeds in cotton
PP 1/138(3) Weeds in flax/linseed and hemp
PP 1/139(3) Weeds in hop
PP 1/140(3) Weeds in tobacco
PP 1/141(3) Weeds in tree and shrub nurseries
PP 1/142(2) Side-effects on Encarsia formosa
PP 1/143(4) Potato desiccants
PP 1/144(2) Reduction of lodging in cereals and maize
PP 1/145(3) Reduction lodging in water-seeded rice
PP 1/146(3) Retardation of growth in grass
PP 1/147(2) Phytophthora fragariae
PP 1/148(2) Soil treatments against Pythium spp.
PP 1/149(2) Aphis gossypii on cotton
PP 1/150(2) Spodoptera exigua on cotton
PP 1/151(2) Side-effects on Phytoseiulus persimilis
PP 1/152(4) Design and analysis of efficacy evaluation trials
PP 1/153(3) Control of lodging and growth regulation in brassica oil crops
PP 1/154(3) Control of (primocane) suckers in Rubus
PP 1/155(3) Control of suckers in tobacco
PP 1/156(4) Accelerated ripening of oilseed crops and large-grain legumes
PP 1/157(3) Regulation of growth in ornamental plants by pre-harvest applications [the previous version 157(2) has been revised and separated into 2 standards: 157(3) & 247(1)]
PP 1/158(3) Regulation of growth in pome fruits
PP 1/159(2) Local wound treatments of apple
PP 1/160(2) Thrips on glasshouse crops
PP 1/161(3) Control of suckers in grapevine
PP 1/162(3) Control of suckers in hop
PP 1/163(3) Regulation of growth in Pisum
PP 1/164(3) Sprout suppressants in potato: at storage or in store application
[ PP 1/165(2)] Botrytis cinerea on ornamentals
replaced by PP 1/165
PP 1/165(3) Botryotinia fuckeliana on ornamentals
PP 1/166(3) Erwinia amylovora
PP 1/167(2) Insects and mites on mushrooms
PP 1/168(2) Tarsonemid mites on ornamentals
PP 1/169(2) Field rodents (Microtus, Arvicola)
PP 1/170(4) Side-effects on honeybees  
PP 1/171(3) Regulation of growth in grapevine (except sucker control)
PP 1/172(2) Leaf and pod spots of pea
PP 1/173(2) Puccinia horiana
PP 1/174(2) Apple leaf miners
PP 1/175(2) Cydia nigricana
PP 1/176(2) Leaf miners on ornamentals
PP 1/177(2) Leaf miners on vegetables
PP 1/178(3) Meligethes aeneus on rape
PP 1/179(2) Colomerus vitis
PP 1/180(2) Side-effects on Trichogramma cacoeciae
PP 1/181(5) Conduct and reporting of efficacy evaluation trials including good experimental practice
PP 1/182(3) Chemical hybridizing agents in cereals (except maize)
PP 1/183(2) Dwarfing of ornamental trees and shrubs
PP 1/184(3) Regulation of growth in citrus
PP 1/185(3) Regulation of growth in olive (except sucker control)
PP 1/186(3) Rooting of cuttings
PP 1/187(2) Sesamia nonagrioides on maize
PP 1/188(2) Aphelenchoides spp. on ornamentals
PP 1/189(3) Reduction of lodging in sunflower
PP 1/190(3) Regulation of growth in strawberry
PP 1/191(2) Hopper bands of Schistocerca gregaria under natural conditions
PP 1/192(2) Mites on strawberry
PP 1/193(3) Tipula larvae in grassland
PP 1/194(2) Blue-stain fungi of softwood
PP 1/195(2) Fungi on flower bulbs and tubers
PP 1/196(2) Fungi on woody ornamentals
PP 1/197(1) Non-target effects of rodenticides
PP 1/198(1) Testing rodents for resistance to anticoagulant rodenticides
PP 1/199(1) Rodent seed repellents
PP 1/200(1) Rodent repellents against debarking of trees
PP 1/201(1) Fumigants to control insect and mite pests of stored plant products
PP 1/202(1) Space and structural treatments of store rooms
PP 1/203(1) Admixture of plant protection products to stored plant products to control insects and mites
PP 1/204(1) Laboratory testing of plant protection products against insect and mite pests of stored plant products
PP 1/205(1) Pseudopezicula tracheiphila on grapevine
PP 1/206(1) Typhula incarnata on winter barley
PP 1/207(2) Effects on succeeding crops
PP 1/208(2) Regulation of growth in stone fruits by pre-harvest in-field foliar applications
PP 1/209(2) Pegomya spp. on beet and spinach
PP 1/210(1) Defoliators of forest trees
PP 1/211(1) Fungal diseases on amenity grassland
PP 1/212(2) Diabrotica virgifera - larvae
PP 1/213(4) Resistance risk analysis  
PP 1/214(4) Principles of acceptable efficacy  
PP 1/215(1) Sphaerotheca humuli on hop  
PP 1/216(1) Tetranychus urticae on hop  
PP 1/217(1) Oscinella frit  
PP 1/218(2) Phyllotreta spp. on rape  
PP 1/219(1) Ceutorhynchus napi and C. pallidactylus (quadridens) in oilseed rape  
PP 1/220(1) Dasineura brassicae  
PP 1/221(1) Foliar diseases of non-woody ornamentals  
PP 1/222(1) Storage diseases of stone fruit  
PP 1/223(2) Introduction to the efficacy evaluation of plant protection products  
PP 1/224(2) Principles of efficacy evaluation for minor uses  
PP 1/225(2) Minimum effective dose  
PP 1/226(3) Number of efficacy trials  
PP 1/227(1) Definition of a plant protection product  
PP 1/228(3) Aphids on beet, including aphid vectors of viruses  
PP 1/229(1) Aphids on leguminous crops  
PP 1/230(1) Aphids on potato  
PP 1/231(1) Aphids in sunflower  
PP 1/232(1) Aphids on tobacco  
PP 1/233(1) Athalia rosae, Plutella xylostella and Autographa gamma on arable Brassicaceae  
PP 1/234(1) Haplodiplosis marginata  
PP 1/235(1) Leaf miners on cereals  
PP 1/236(1) Oulema spp. on cereals  
PP 1/237(1) Thrips on cereals
PP 1/238(1) White grubs  
PP 1/239(3) Dose expression for plant protection products  
PP 1/240(1) Harmonized basic information for databases on plant protection products  
PP 1/241(2) Guidance on comparable climates  
PP 1/242(2) Taint tests  
PP 1/243(2) Effects of plant protection products on transformation processes  
PP 1/244(1) Secondary bunch rots on grapevine  
PP 1/245(1) Aphids on maize  
PP 1/246(1) Flea beetles on flax  
PP 1/247(1) Regulation of growth in ornamental plants by post-harvest or ‘in store’ applications  
PP 1/248(3) Harmonized classification and coding of the uses of plant protection products  
PP 1/249(1) Cutworms in arable crops  
PP 1/250(1) Leaf eating insects in beet  
PP 1/251(1) Wheat blossom midges on cereals  
PP 1/252(1) Aphids on strawberry  
PP 1/253(1) Aphids on bush and cane fruit  
PP 1/254(2) Eriosoma lanigerum on apple  
PP 1/255(2) Regulation of growth in pome fruits by post-harvest and 'in store' applications  
PP 1/256(1) Effects on adjacent crops  
PP 1/257(2) Efficacy and crop safety extrapolations for minor uses  
PP 1/258(2) Aphids on stone and pome fruit
PP 1/259(2) Delia radicum on oilseed rape
PP 1/260(1) Pleospora allii on pear
PP 1/261(1) Disinfection in plant protection
PP 1/262(1) Take-all of cereals (Gaeumannomyces graminis)
PP 1/263(1) Alternaria solani and Alternaria alternata on potato and outdoor production of tomato
PP 1/264(2) Principles of trials design and data generation for mating disruption pheromones
PP 1/265(1) Aphid vectors of non-persistent viruses on flower bulb or flower tuber crops
PP 1/266(1) Aphid vectors of non-persistent viruses on seed potatoes
PP 1/267(1) Thrips in Allium crops
PP 1/268(1) Study of unintentional effects of plant protection products on fermentation processes and characteristics of wine  
PP 1/269(1) Comparable climates on global level  
PP 1/270(1) Fungal diseases on cultivated mushroom of Agaricus spp.  
PP 1/271(3) Guidance on comparative assessment  
PP 1/272(2) Foliar diseases on maize  
PP 1/273(1) Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato and Xanthomonas spp. on tomato  
PP 1/274(1) Diabrotica virgifera - adults  
PP 1/275(1) Tuta absoluta  
PP 1/276(1) Principles of efficacy evaluation for microbial plant protection products  
[PP 1/277(1)] Insecticide co-formulated mixtures replaced by PP 1/306
PP 1/278(1) Principles of zonal data production and evaluation  
PP 1/279(1) Foliage diseases of Asparagus officinalis  
PP 1/280(1) Bactrocera oleae – bait application  
PP 1/281(1) Drosophila suzukii  
PP 1/282(2) Pseudomonas syringae pv. actinidiae, P. syringae, and P. viridiflava on kiwifruit  
PP 1/283(1) Psylliodes attenuata on hop  
PP 1/284(1) Rhynchophorus ferrugineus  
PP 1/285(1) Fusarium ear rot of maize  
PP 1/286(1) Phthorimaea operculella  
PP 1/287(1) Anarsia lineatella  
PP 1/288(1) Grapholita molesta  
PP 1/289(1) The design and use of molluscicide small plot cage (barriered) field trials  
PP 1/290(1) Weeds in asparagus  
PP 1/291(1) Evaluation of the influence of tank mix adjuvants on the efficacy of plant protection products  
PP 1/292(1) Cleaning pesticide application equipment (PAE) – efficacy aspects  
PP 1/293(1) Nasonovia ribisnigri and other aphids on lettuce  
PP 1/294(1) Ceutorhynchus picitarsis  
PP 1/295(1) Helicoverpa armigera on vegetables and ornamentals  
PP 1/296(1) Principles of efficacy evaluation for low-risk plant protection products  
PP 1/297(1) Thrips on stone fruits and citrus  
PP 1/298(1) Thrips on table grapes  
PP 1/299(2) Aphids on citrus  
PP 1/300(1) Aphids on fruiting vegetables of the Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae families under protected and field conditions  
PP 1/301(1) Ceratitis capitata – bait application  
PP 1/302(1) Ceratitis capitata – foliar application  
PP 1/303(2) Efficacy evaluation of products for the control of grapevine trunk diseases in vineyards  
PP 1/304(1) Control of suckers in orchards  
PP 1/305(1) Weeds in soybean  
PP 1/306(1) General principles for the development of co-formulated mixtures of plant protection products  
PP 1/307(2) Efficacy considerations and data generation when making changes to the chemical composition or formulation type of plant protection products  
PP 1/308(1) Neoglocianus maculaalba and Dasineura papaveris on poppy  
PP 1/309(1) Stenocarus ruficornis (poppy root weevil)  
PP 1/310(1) Whiteflies on citrus  
PP 1/311(1) Aleyrodes proletella on brassica crops  
PP 1/312(1) Green leafhoppers on peach  
PP 1/313(2) Halyomorpha halys on fruit tree crops  
PP 1/314(1)

Evaluation of mating disruption techniques against Lepidopteran pests in grapevine, pome and stone fruits under field conditions

PP 1/315(1)

Aculops lycopersici on tomato

PP 1/316(1)

Leafhoppers and planthoppers on grapevines

PP 1/317(1)

Xanthomonas arboricola pv. pruni on stone fruit

PP 1/318(1)

Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae and pv. morsprunorum on stone fruit

PP 1/319(1) General principles for Efficacy Evaluation of Plant Protection Products with a mode of action as Plant Defence Inducers  
PP 1/320(1) Trioza erytreae on citrus  
PP 1/321(1) Root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne sp.) in outdoor crops  
PP 1/322(1) Root knot nematodes (Meloidogyne sp.) on fruiting vegetables in protected conditions  
PP 1/323(1)

Evalution of mating disruption techniques against Lepidopteran pests in grapevine, pome and stone fruits under semi-field conditions

PP 1/324(1) Aphids, including aphid vectors of viruses, in winter oilseed rape  
PP 1/325(1) Ceratitis capitata and other tropical fruit flies on tropical fruit trees – foliar application  
PP 1/326(1) Ceratitis capitata and other tropical fruit flies on tropical fruit trees – bait application  
PP 1/327(1) Anthracnose in tropical fruits  
PP 1/328(1) Xanthomonas arboricola pv. juglandis on walnut  
PP 1/329(1) Grapevine mealybugs  
PP 1/330(1) Evaluation of plant defence inducers against Grapevine flavescence dorée phytoplasma