Growers of some horticultural crops are left exposed to greater production risk and can incur significant crop losses when pesticides are not registered for use on their crop(s). This potentially leaves pests, weeds and diseases inadequately controlled. This situation occurs when a cost-benefit analysis indicates that the cost of generating data and preparing data packages for product registration is significantly higher than the additional sales that may be generated from a new registration. To address this situation, sometimes referred to as a market-failure, the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA), who regulate pesticide-use in Australia, developed a permit system whereby, they permit the use of a pesticide on a crop after reviewing less data than would otherwise be reviewed when a manufacturer registers a pesticide. Because the amount of supportive data required for permits is typically much lower than is required for a full registration, growers and peak industry bodies sometimes fund the generation of residue data and submit it to the APVMA to secure permits for their grower members. AusVeg, the Australian vegetable industry’s peak representative body, through Horticulture Australia Ltd (HAL), commissioned Crop Protection Research Pty Ltd (CPR), to generate such data, and to prepare submissions incorporating the data, to support permit applications and renewals. This report summarises the work undertaken by CPR to generate residue data and to prepare and submit permit applications.