kasugamycin

kasugamycin

[kə‚sū·gə′mīs·ən]
(microbiology)
C14H28ClN3O10 A white, crystalline antibiotic used as a fungicide for rice crops. Also known as kasugamycin hydrochloride; kasumin.
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Chemical control: Many fungicides, including tricyclazole, pyroquilon, iprobenfos, benomyl, isoprothiolane, diclocymet, edifenphos, felimzone, probenazole, carpropamid, fenoxanil and metominostrobin, and antibiotics such as blasticidin and kasugamycin are used against the blast disease.
25% calcium chloride (Solomon and others 1991), and addition of antimicrobial secondary metabolites such as 1% kasugamycin in the irrigation water (Geels 1995).
Major bio-pesticides covered include: abamectin, bacillus thuringiensis, matrine, azadirachtin, pyrethrins, heliothis armigera NPV, jingangmycin, bacillus subtilis, polyoxin, kasugamycin, bacillus cereus, agricultural antibiotic 120, gibberellic acid.