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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Yu YL, Shan M, Fang H, Wang X, Chu XQ (2006) Responses of soil microorganisms and enzymes to repeated applications of chlorothalonil. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 54, 10070-10075.
Previous research has shown that chlorothalonil is linked to a fungal parasite called Nosema bombi that affects bumblebees.
Non-systemic fungicides viz., Mancozeb, Copper-oxychloride, Copper hydroxides, Propineb and Chlorothalonil and Combi- fungicides (systemic+contact) viz., Carbendazim+Mancozeb, Metalaxyl+Mancozeb were also reported to cause cent-per cent or significantly maximum mycelial growth inhibition of Alternaria leaf spot / blight causing fungal pathogens such as A.
atrazine (triazine), metolachlor (chloroacetanilide), carbaryl (carbamate), and chlorothalonil (chloronitrile) have high usage rates (Solomon et al., 1996), are prevalent in streams (Larson et al, 1999), and co-occur more often as mixtures than as individual pesticides (Gilliom, 2007).
Effects of the fungicides benomyl, captan and chlorothalonil on soil microbial activity and nitrogen dynamics in laboratory incubations.
The acquired protection product lines are Abamectin, Chlorothalonil and Paraquat.
agreed to sell businesses in the United States that produce the herbicide paraquat, the insecticide abamectin and the fungicide chlorothalonil to American Vanguard Corp.
Furthermore, the inhibition effect of the 500 mg/kg CuO NPs on pepper root rot pathogen was significantly lower than that of the 75% chlorothalonil but higher than that of the 50% carbendazim.
Some bacterial strains can degrade PAHs (Zafra, Absalon, Cuevas, & Cortes-Espinosa, 2014), as well as the fungicide Chlorothalonil (Zhang et al., 2014).