dazomet

dazomet

[′dā· zə·mət]
(organic chemistry)
C5H10N2S2 A white, crystalline compound that decomposes at 100°C; used as a herbicide and nematicide for soil fungi and nematodes, weeds, and soil insects. Also known as tetrahydro-3,5-dimethyl-2 H-1,3,5-thiadiazine-6-thione.
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In 2010, DPR released new permit conditions for metam sodium, metam potassium and dazomet, primarily increasing buffer zones and worker protections.
muscarium alone did not have any negative effect on plant growth while some chlorotic spots were observed in the plants treated with Dazomet (Fig.
El sustrato utilizado para el llenado de las bolsas y posterior siembra de las plantulas de guayabo fue una mezcla de suelo y cascarilla de arroz en proporcion 3:1, preparada sobre un plastico negro, la cual se esterilizo con Dazomet (Basamid[R]) en dosis de 40 g/[m.
ITCs are related to compounds found in chemical soil fumigants metham sodium and dazomet, which release methyl isothiocyanate into the soil; this could be a valuable component of a methyl bromide alternatives program (Fahey et al.
Sulfoxidation of the soil fumigants metam, methyl isothiocyanate, and dazomet.
Copper naphthenate was slightly less effective as a dazomet accelerant, but slightly better than dazomet alone.
Preplant fumigation with materials such as methyl bromide, dazomet (Basamid), or metam-sodium (Vapam) may be required when sod farms are established on land previously used for row crop farming.
Fumigants include methyl isothiocyanate (MITC), MITC generators, me-tasodium, dazomet and halogenated hydrocarbons (e.
In an effort to avoid jumping from the frying pan into the fire, the EPA is conducting a soil fumigant cluster risk assessment for methyl bromide, chloropicrin, 1,3-D, metam sodium, dazomet, and iodomethane.
Dazomet is a granular soil fumigant that controls fungi, bacteria, nematodes, and weed seeds in soils (Harris, 1991; Fritsch and Huber, 1995).