fungistat

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fungistat

[′fən·jə‚stat]
(materials)
A compound that inhibits or prevents growth of fungi.
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Eleven of 19 treatments had stain ratings that were significantly better than those for the controls, but only four treatments provided acceptable protection (<30% rating) to the boards, including both Mycostat IV treatments, Mycostat BX-2 (1:30 dilution), Workhorse, Britewood XL (1:40 dilution), and AntiBlu 64.
To rectify this, a second trial was initiated that used Britewood XL[R] and Mycostat P[R].
Samples with the highest concentration of Mycostat P (50:1 dilution) had the lowest discoloration rate.