oxamyl

oxamyl

[′äk·sə‚mil]
(organic chemistry)
C7H13N3O3S A white, crystalline compound with a melting point of 100-102°C; used to control pests of tobacco, ornamentals, fruits, and crops.
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Greensboro, NC) followed by weekly applications of Vydate L (Du-Pont, Wilmington, DE) applications (active ingredient Oxamyl, group 1A: carbamate: acetylcholine esterase inhibitor (Stansly & Kostyk 2010).
The changes and amendments in the four Commission Regulations (EU) No 36/2014 (1), (EU) No 51/2014 (2), (EU) No 61/2014 (3) and (EU) No 79/2014 (4) are related to the Maximum Residues Levels (MRLs) for pesticides aminopyralid, chlorantraniliprole, cyflufenamid, mepiquat, metalaxyl-M, propamocarb, pyriofenone, quinoxyfen, dimethomorph, indoxacarb, pyraclostobin, cyromazine, fenpropidin, formetanate, oxamyl, tebuconazole, bifenazate, chlorpropham, esfenvalerate, fludioxonil and thiobencarb in or on food and feed of plant and animal origin imported into the EU.
1 -- Oxamyl (Vydate[R]) -- 200 Pendimethalin 20 -- Pentachlorophenol 9 1 Pesticides -- -- Pesticides (total) -- -- Picloram -- 500 Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) -- 0.
Examples of pesticide active ingredients responsible for poisoning Organophosphates Methyl parathion Ethal parathion Malathion Diazinon Fenthion Dichlorvos Chlorpyrifos Trichlorfon Anticoagulants Brodifacoum Difethialone Chlorofacinone Coumachlor Difenacoum Diphacinone Warfarin Pyrethroids Allethrin Bifenthrin Cypermeter Permethrin Deltamethrin Organochlorines Lindane (lice shampoo) Carbamates Aldicarb Carbofuran Oxamyl Methomyl Formetanate Methiocarb Aminocarb Mecarbam Bendiocarb Propoxur Herbicides Glysophate Atrazine Nicosulfuran Fenoxaprop Alachlor Pendimethalin Halosulfuran-methyl Paraquat Triclopyr Clopyralid Picloram N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide (DEET- mosquito repellent)
EU's regulation tightens controls on these nine chemical substances along with Methomyl and Oxamyl that had been banned earlier.
Carbamate-pesticides, oxamyl (methyl-2 (dimethylamine)-N-(methylamino) carbonyl) oxy) 2-oxoethanimidothioate (I) S-Ethyl-N-[(methyl carbamoyl oxy)]thioacetimidate (II) and N-Phenyl-(ethyl carbamoyl) propylcarbamate (III) are non-ionic pesticides and found suitable for effective control of nematodes and herbs.
in particular residues of: Amitraz, Acephate, Aldicarb, Benomyl, Carbendazim, Chlorfenapyr, Chlorpyrifos, CS2 (Dithiocarbamates), Diafenthiuron, Diazinon, Dichlorvos, Dicofol, Dimethoate, Endosulfan, Fenamidone, Imidacloprid, Malathion, Methamidophos, Methiocarb, Methomyl, Monocrotophos, Omethoate, oxamyl, Profenofos, Propiconazole, thiabendazol, Thiacloprid.
When that review is complete, EPA will be able to conclude the cumulative assessments for the carbamates class of pesticides (aldicarb, formetanate, carbofuran, oxamyl, and carbaryl) and complete the reassessment of the remaining tolerances.
The acute toxicity of carbamates varies greatly from more toxic compounds, such as aldicarb and oxamyl, to less toxic forms, such as carbaryl.
Widely used insecticides such as Azinphos-methyl, Methomyl and Oxamyl also do not provide control of T.
The first application of an insecticide through a drip irrigation system was reported by Ghidiu (1980), who injected oxamyl (Vydate[R] 2L, E.