Third Party Registrations, Inc.
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Third Party Registrations, Inc. (TPR) is an FFVA subsidiary service company that helps FFVA producer members gain access to specific registrations for crop protection chemicals needed on specialty crops. We register chemical products in response to grower-identified pest and crop management needs.
Supporting Florida growers since 1987
TPR has senior experts in pesticide regulation, production, research, development and marketing. We’ve helped specialty crop growers for more than 30 years.
Increasing your production and profitability
TPR coordinates agreements between pesticide manufacturers and state and federal regulatory agencies to give Florida growers access to crop protection chemicals that are not otherwise available. TPR assumes crop damage, non-performance and following crop damage liability from the manufacturer in return for the right to register the product ourselves. Each TPR product label annually will cost you $2 per acre—a benefit only available to FFVA members.
How we can help
Do you have weeds or pests you can’t manage? Is there a crop protection chemical available that works on other crops, but is not labeled for your crop? TPR stands ready to help you obtain the safe crop protection chemicals you need for competitive production under Florida’s unique growing conditions. Talk to the TPR team to see what opportunities there are in finding a product label that works to address your challenges.
Phone: 321-214-5200 Phone: 239-339-3360
Current active TPR labels
Dual MAGNUM® Herbicide (Syngenta)
Cabbage and crops in the Head and Stem Brassica crop subgroup (Crop Subgroup 5-A): For pre-emergence control of weeds in Direct Seeded Cabbage and crops in the Transplanted Head and Stem Brassica 5A Subgroup. Celery: For pre-emergence weed control in celery.
Pepper: For pre-emergence weed control in rows and between rows of plastic-mulched peppers.
Eggplant: For pre-emergence weed control in rows and between rows of plastic-mulched eggplant.
For pre-emergence weed control in the Root Vegetables Crop Group 1-B and the Tuberous and Corm Vegetables Crop Group 1-C.
Caparol®4L Herbicide (Syngenta)
For control of broadleaf weeds and grass in dill grown for fresh market.
COBRA® Herbicide (Valent)
For pre-emergence and post-emergence weed control between rows of fruiting vegetable crops and okra grown using the raised bed plastic-mulched production system.
Pursuit® Herbicide (BASF)
For pre-emergence control and post-emergence suppression of weeds in lettuce and escarole/endive grown in high organic matter soils (organic matter content >40%) in Hendry, Highlands and Palm Beach counties.
CHATEAU® Herbicide WDG (Valent)
For pre-emergence and post-emergence weed control between rows of transplanted or seeded fruiting vegetable crops, okra and cucurbit vegetable crops grown using the raised-bed plastic mulch production system.
About Third Party Registrations, Inc.
“This Special Local Need label is a major production tool for us with its value and return on investment. Labor savings of around $300-500 per acre, coupled with a positive yield/return gain of $500-800 per acre because of the reduction in plant stand loss from hoeing, is a significant margin to our revenue stream. Availability of this important tool through TPR contributes to the sustainable production of lettuce and leaf crops in Florida.”- Paul Orsenigo, Grower’s Management
Third Party Registrations, Inc. is a Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association subsidiary service company. TPR was established and incorporated in 1987 and is led by a Board of Directors. The company's mission is to obtain registrations and provide regulatory support for crop protection chemicals to meet the needs of FFVA producer members. The labeling process is established through the Special Local Need provisions of the Federal Insecticide Fungicide and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) and Florida Statues, FS Chapter 487. The TPR registration system provides protection to the primary registrant, the research community and the product distribution system for non-performance, crop damage and following crop damage through liability waiver contracts between TPR and FFVA members. TPR also provides support to registrants and associated entities in Florida though consulting services for the state specific registration process.