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|MF:||C8N2Cl4||Other Names:||Tetrachloro Isophthalo Nitrile|
|Classification:||Fungicide,Biological Pesticide||Appearance:||White Powder|
Chlorothalonil Sulphur Plant Fungicide,
75%WP chlorothalonil fungicide,
CAS 1897 45 6 chlorothalonil fungicide
Chlorothalonil-containing products are sold under the names Bravo, Echo, and Daconil. It was first registered for use in the US in 1966.
million pounds (5.4 million kilograms) used in agriculture that year. Including nonagricultural uses, the United States Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) estimates, on average, almost 15 million lb (6.8 million kg) were used annually from 1990 to 1996.
EPA recognizes its use on many other crops. It is also used on golf courses and lawns (about 10%) and as a preservative additive in some paints
(about 13%), resins, emulsions, and coatings.
Chlorothalonil is commercially available in many different formulations and delivery methods. It is applied as a dust, dry or water-soluble grains, a
wettable powder, a liquid spray, a fog, and a dip. It may be applied by hand, by ground sprayer, or by aircraft.
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