carbophenothion

carbophenothion

[¦kär·bō¦fēn·ō′thī‚än]
(organic chemistry)
C11H16ClO2PS3 An amber liquid used to control pests on fruits, nuts, vegetables, and fiber crops.
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Hazards to wintering geese and other wildlife from the use of dieldrin, chlorfenvinphos and carbophenothion as wheat seed treatments.
Dangerous: Phosphamidon, Carbophenothion, coumaphos, Chlorpyriphos.
In USA, acaricide resistance of citrus red mite has been reported in California and Florida, and the acaricides include carbophenothion, chlorfenson, demeton, dicofol, dioxathion, ethion, parathion, and tetradifon.
For carbophenothion and triburyl phosphotrithioite, this is likely due to traces of oxon impurities.