carbofuran


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carbofuran

[‚kär·bō′fyu̇r‚än]
(organic chemistry)
C12H15NO3 A white solid with a melting point of 150-152°C; soluble in water; used as an insecticide, miticide, and nematicide in many crops.
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Forests, wildlife and people in California's Sierra Nevada mountains could be endangered by one of the most dangerous pesticides around: carbofuran.
These active ingredients include permethrin, carbofuran, acephate, carbendazim, omethoate and trichlorfon among others, says the 34-page report titled 'Pesticides in Kenya: Why our health, environment and food security are at stake.'
He said the confiscated pesticides were being sold with brand names of Monomi Haipo and Carbofuran by dealers Haider and Kashif who fled the spot.
It is believed the falcon ate a dead pigeon which had "traces of Carbofuran".
"We are convinced we will be able to reduce bird crime to the lowest possible level with the help of these dogs," said Jozef Chavko, head of the Raptor Protection Slovakia organisation, as quoted on the website.To make bait, poisoners usually use carbofuran, which has been prohibited in the European Union since 2008 as it can also kill a human being.
The test result showed that the sample contained carbofuran at a level of 0.87 parts per million (ppm), exceeding the legal maximum residue limit (MRL) of 0.1 ppm.
In the present work, the ability of a bacterial consortium to degrade carbofuran, malathion and 2,4-D was evaluated.
In emailed comments, WCS spokesman Eng Mengey said the highly toxic insecticide carbofuran (pictured above dried onto the skin of a dead fish) is a major culprit, identified through analysis of the dead animal's stomach.
The present study aims to evaluate the efficiency of nanofiltration, using a commercial membrane, removing three pesticides from the carbamates group: carbaryl, carbofuran and methomyl, added at different concentrations in distilled water, and single concentration in pond water.
3.1.1.7, 518 units/mg solid), acetylthiocholine chloride (>99%), Carbofuran PESTANAL, Carbaryl PESTANAL, Paraoxon-ethyl PESTANAL, Malathion PESTANAL, and Dichlorvos PESTANAL were supplied from Sigma-Aldrich (St.
Growers use fertilizers and pesticides long restricted or banned in the United States, including carbofuran and zinc phosphide.
Se sembraron testigos estandares de plaguicidas OF (clorpirifos, metamidofos, metidation), organoclorados y CB (aldicarb, carbaril, carbofuran y carbosulfan), y el extracto de la muestra en estudio.