benomyl


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benomyl

[′ben·ə‚mil]
(organic chemistry)
C14H18N4O3 Methyl-l-butylcarbamoyl-2-benzimidazole carbamate; a fungicide used to control plant disease.
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When adjusted for correlated pesticides wherever applicable, p-trend for chlordane (adjusted for DDT), diazinon (adjusted for carbaryl), and dicamba (adjusted for imazethapyr) in the overall sample and 2,4,5-T (adjusted for 2,4,5-TP) for both age groups ([less than or equal to] 62 y and >62 y) remained similar with very similar point estimates (Table S4); [p-.sub.trend] for chlorothalonil (adjusted for aldicarb and benomyl) was 0.39.
Therefore, present research is designed to investigate the effect and behaviour of Benomyl on different agricultural Pakistani soils through adsorption and desorption studies, involving HPLC and XRD techniques.
gloeosporioides isolates were subjected to various concentrations of Benomyl fungicide in vitro.
These results were confirmed by a susceptibility test carried out with commercial antifungal agents (benomyl and prochloraz) in the positive controls of anthracnose strains obtained from avocado and papaya.
Benomyl resistance of Colletotrichum acutatum is caused by enhanced expression of b-tubulin 1 gene regulated by putative leucine zipper protein CaBEN1.
Benomyl, carbendazim, thiophanate methyl showed 100 per cent inhibition at 0.2 per cent concentration and more than 90 per cent inhibition was recorded in 0.05 and 0.1 per cent concentrations of benomyl and carbendazim (Table.
bracteata seed coats were clipped at the opposite side of the hilum to improve permeability of water and then treated with Benomyl at 0.2% (2 g L-1) to avoid fungal contamination.
Powdery mildews are recognisable as a white powdery coating on leaves of fruit and flowers, such as begonias, roses, Michaelmas daisies, even rhododendrons but can be checked by spraying early enough with a fungicide containing either benomyl or carbendazim.
Durante a conducao da cultura foram realizadas pulverizacoes a base de benomyl (20 mL por 20 L de H2O) para controlar a ocorrencia de oidio (Erysiphe polygon) a cada quinze dias apos a emergencia ate quinze dias antes da colheita.