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|Other Names:||Fosetyl-Al -(24h)||MF:||C6H18AlO9P3|
|Application:||Agriculture,fungicide,Plant Growth Hormone||Classification:||Fungicide,Biological Pesticide|
|Storage:||Dry Place,Sealed Tightly And Stored Away From Light In A Cool And Dry Place||Type:||Difenoconazole Fungicide,fertilizante Foliar Atonik,registered In China,uniconazole Fungicide|
Fosetyl Aluminium Natural Plant Fungicide,
Fosetyl Aluminium Fungicide,
80% WP Fosetyl Aluminium Fungicide
Fosetyl-Al is an organophosphorus compound that is used as a fungicide. With the formula [C2H5OP(H)O2]3Al.
It is derived from ethylphosphite.
Fosetyl-Al is an aluminium salt composed of ethyl phosphonate anions and aluminium cations in a 3:1 ratio.
A fungicide for various horticultural crops used to control a range of diseases including Phytophthora, Pythium and Plasmopara.
It has a role as an antifungal agrochemical. It contains a fosetyl(1-).
Fosetyl (and its aluminium salt) and phosphonic acid (formulated as the potassium or sodium salts)
are systemic fungicides with protectant action against a number of oomycete and ascomycete fungi and some plant pathogenic bacteria in a
range of fruit, vegetables and ornamental crops. They are rapidly absorbed through both leaves and roots and exhibit both acropetal and
basipetal translocation. Their mode of action is by inhibiting germination of spores and by blocking development of mycelium, competing with
phosphate as allosteric regulator of several enzymes. In addition, they can induce direct or indirect production of phytoalexin and pathogenesis-
related proteins leading to an induction of plant defence mechanisms against fungal or bacterial pathogens. Authorisations exist in many countries
for the use of fosetyl or its aluminium salt (fosetyl-Al) as a pre-plant dip, foliar, drench or drip-irrigation treatments and authorisations also exist for
phosphonic acid (formulated as the monopotassium, dipotassium or sodium salts) in a number of countries for use as a trunk injection, pre-plant
dip, foliar, soil and post-harvest treatments. Fosetyl and phosphonic acid were scheduled by the 48th Session of the CCPR as a new compounds
for consideration by the 2017 JMPR. Residue and analytical aspects were considered for the first time by the present meeting.
The Meeting was provided with studies on metabolism, analytical methods, supervised field trials, processing, freezer storage stability and
environmental fate in soil.
|Specification: 95% TC 80% WP 80% WDG|
|High effective agrochemical|
|Toxicology||Oral Acute oral LD50 for rats >7080 mg/kg. Skin and eye Acute percutaneous LD50 for rats and rabbits >2000 mg/kg. Non-irritating
to skin. Inhalation LC50 (4 h) for rats >5.11 mg/l air. NOEL NOAEL (2 y) for dogs 298 mg/kg b.w. Non-teratogenic and
non-mutagenic. ADI 2.98 mg/kg b.w (company proposed) Other Non-carcinogenic. Toxicity class WHO (a.i.) U; EPA (formulation) III
|Mode of action Systemic fungicide, rapidly absorbed through the plant leaves or roots, with translocation both acropetally and
basipetally. Uses Control of diseases caused by e.g. Phytophthora, Pythium, Plasmopara, Bremia spp., etc. on a variety of crops
including vines, fruit (citrus, pineapples, avocados, stone fruit and pome fruit), berries, vegetables, hops, ornamentals and
turf. Application rates range from 1-7 kg/ha in citrus, 2 kg/ha in tree nuts, up to 3.6 kg/ha in pome fruit, 2 kg/ha in grapes and
2.4-4.5 kg/ha in cucumber. Also useful activity against several bacterial plant pathogens.
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