chlorothalonil

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chlorothalonil

[‚klȯr·ə′thal·ə·nəl]
(organic chemistry)
C8Cl4N2 Colorless crystals with a melting point of 250-251°C; used as a fungicide for crops, turf, and ornamental flowers.
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Six fungicides, mancozeb, daconil, ridomil gold, derosal, bayleton, aliette were tested at the concentrations of 20, 40 and 60 ppm to evaluate their effect on colony growth of C.
Ridomil gold was the most effective followed by mancozeb and daconil at 20 and 40 ppm concentrations.
Use Pesticides Tree pests DDT, daconil, dieldrin, gardona, malathion, methoxychlor, Sevin, Sevin-4-oil, Sevin XLR, Sevin XLR Plus Cranberry 2,4-D, 2,4,5-T, 2,4,5-TP, acephate, aldrin, cultivation minotriazole, azinphos-methyl, carbaryl, chlordane, chlorothalonil, chlorpropham, chlorpyrifos, cupric hydroxide, dalapon, DDT, diazinon, dichlobenil, dieldrin, diquat, ethephon, ferbam, fluazifop-butyl, glyphosate, heptachlor, kerosene/fuel oil as agent, malathion, mancozeb, methoxychlor, napropamide, naptalam, norflurazon, p-dichlorobenzene, parathion, phaltan, piperonyl butoxide, propargite, pyrethrum soap/dust, rotenone, ryania, sethoxydim, simazine, Stoddard solvent, thiram, triclopyr, zineb, ziram Mosquito control Abate (temephos), DDT, methoxychlor Table 2.
Spray treatments were applied every other day and consisted of water or a dilute fungicide solution of Daconil 2787 (Ortho, San Ramon, California, USA) at [tilde]1 mL/L to inhibit the growth of sooty molds, used on an alternating basis.
Pesticides and other chemicals used on insects, crops, and "weeds" included Amdro, Diazinon, diesel fuel, gasoline, Greenlight Fire Ant Killer, Orthene, Logic, Ortho Pest Granules, Spectracide, AG500, Round-up, Mirex, Malathion, Scourge in mineral oil, Resmethrin, TAT ant traps, Dursban, Sodium silicate in baby powder, Thimet, Ridomil, Sett, Pydrin, Lorsban, Pix, Arsenic dust, 2-4D, Methyl bromide, Sevin dust and liquid, Ortho Flying Insect Spray, KGRO Fire Ant Killer, Paraquat, Valpar, Benylate, Aggie Ant Killer, Treflan, Typersan, Daconil, and Prowl.
Limited protection has been obtained from Daconil 2787.
It is a natural replacement for Daconil, a very dangerous chemical that is presently used for this purpose.
The plants were fungicide-treated with chlorothalonil (2,4,5,6-tetrachloroisophthalonitrile) (trade name: Daconil, Ortho Group, Columbus, OH) at a rate of 4.
Durante la realizacion del ensayo se utilizaron los siguientes fungicidas Daconil 50SC, Antracol 70WP, Euparen, Zetaran 76WG, Tri-Miltox Forte 65,8WP, Manzate 200 75WG, Polyram Combi 80WP, Tiovit 80WG y Azuflor 90WP.
1] para cada uno de los fungicidas (Antracol 70WP, Zetaran 76WG, Tiovit 80WG, Euparen 50WP, Trimiltox forte 65,8WP, Dithane 80WP y Daconil 50SC).
Cada 3 semanas fue aplicado el fungicida Daconil (5 ml [1.
Gonzalez Ad ag accts: Zeneca Ag Products (Bravo & Daconil fungicides), 1987 (Susan Luck a/s, Ron Boynar a/e); Chick Master Intl (incubators/hatchers), 1987 (Timothy Seiple a/s, Tom Bernot a/e) PR ag accts: Zeneca Ag Products (Bravo & Daconil fungicides), 1987 (Timothy Seiple VP, Susan Luck a/s, Ron Boynar a/e); Chick Master Intl (incubators/hatchers), 1987 (Timothy Seiple a/s, Tom Bernot a/e) HELD DIEDRICH 703 E.