quintozene

quintozene

[′kwin·tə‚zēn]
(organic chemistry)
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Seeds were treated with a coloured seed dressing (Peridiam; Bayer CropScience Ltd, Monheim, Germany) containing the fungicides metalaxyl-m (Apron[R]; Syngenta AG, Basel, Switzerland) and PCNB (Quintozene; Bayer Crop Science Ltd) according to standard commercial practice.
[11] Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA), Decision: Application for the Reassessment of a Hazardous Substance under Section 63 of the Hazardous Substances and New Organisms Act 1996: Water Dispersible Granule or Wettable Powder Containing 750g/kg Quintozene, Environmental Risk Management Authority (ERMA), Wellington, New Zealand, 2011.
pesticide MRL (a) ([micro]g/kg) Quintozene 50 Diazinon 50 Chlorpyrifos-Methyl 50 Chlorpyrifos 100 Endosulfan 500 Penconazole 50 Oxadiazon 50 Captan 50 Edifenphos 50 Propiconazole 50 Fipronil 50 Bifenthrin 50 Bromopropylate 1000 Iprodione 50 Phosalone 50 Permethrin 1000 Cypermethrin 50 Fenvalerate 50 Deltamethrin 50 Indoxacarb 500 (a): Maximum Residue Limit Table 2: Pesticide retention time and internal standard per min.
Reducoes significativas na incidencia desse patogeno em sementes de soja foram obtidas com os tratamentos tolylfluanid+tiofanato metilico, thiabendazole+thiram e tiofanato metilico + thiram (GOULART, 2001), thiram + benomyl e thiabendazole (GOULART, 1998), e thiabendazole + quintozene (GIANASI et al., 2000).
The herbicide list included aldrin, cis-chlordane, trans-chlordane, oxychlordane, p,p'-DDD (4,4'-DDD), p,p'-DDE, (4,4'-DDE), o,p'-DDT (2,4'-DDT), p,p'-DDT (4,4'-DDT), dieldrin, endrin, heptachlor, heptachlor epoxide isomer B, hexachlorobenzene, hexachlorocyclo-hexane (BHC) [alpha]-isomer, hexachlorocyclohexane (BHC) [beta]-isomer, hexachlorocyclohexane (BHC) [gamma]-isomer (lindane), hexachlorocyclohexane (BHC) [sigma]-isomer, methyl pentachlorophenyl sulphide (MPCPS), pentachloroani-line and pentachloronitrobenzene (quintozene).
The 23 other restricted- use pesticide compounds reported in the local Arabic press are: bromadiolone, carbofuran (in liquid form), chlorpyrifos, ethoprophos, carbaryl, chlorothalonil, demeton-s-methyl, diclofop- methyl, dicofol, dimethoate, benomyl, mancozeb, endosulfan, tetradifon, zineb, methomyl, propargite, propoxur, quintozene, simazine, methiocarb, methoxychlor and oxydemethel-methyl.
For example, quintozene is a perfectly legal pesticide for broccoli within EPA tolerance limits.
Organochlorines (n = 29) Aldrin [alpha]-BHC [beta]-BHC [gamma]-BHC [delta]-BHC Captan cis-Chlordane trans-Chlordane Chlorobenzilate Chloropropylate Chlorothalonil o,p'-DDT p,p'-DDT p,p'-DDE p,p'-DDD Dichlobenil Dicofol Dieldrin [alpha]-Endosulfan [beta]-Endosulfan Endosulfan sulfate Endrin Folpet Fthalide Heptachlor Heptachlor epoxide Methoxychlor Pentachlorophenol Quintozene 2.
Eight had unacceptable levels of the possibly carcinogenic pesticides quintozene and hexachlorobenzene; two had unacceptable levels of lead; and seven had less than the required level of ginsenosides.
levels of the possibly carcinogenic 'pesticides quintozene and hexachlorobenzene; two had unacceptable levels of lead; seven had less than the required level of ginsenosides.
As recommended by the Standing Committee on Plant Health, the European Commission decided at the end of December to not include two active substances (quintozene and permethrin) in Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC concerning the placing of plant protection products on the market.
* GinseniPure[R] is a pesticide-free ginseng extract, treated by exclusive technology to remove quintozene without compromising the quality of the ginseng.