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  • Penconazole is a systemic triazole fungicide with preventive and curative properties for the control of powdery mildew.
  • Penconazole is also an agricultural fungicide which is used by foliar application to control a wide range
    of diseases in fruits and vegetables.
  • A rapid gas chromatographic method for determination of residue levels of one insecticide (chlorpyrifos) and four fungicides (penconazole, fenarimol, vinclozolin and metalaxyl) in grapes, must and wine is described by on-line microextraction method.
  • The disappearance of six pesticides (chlorpyrifos, penconazole, fenarimol, vinclozolin, metalaxyl, and mancozeb), which are widely used in vineyards to control berry moth, powdery mildew, downy mildew, and gray mold.
  • Penconazole is applied to pome fruits and grapes by foliar spray in EC, WP or tablet (TP) formulations alone or in a mixture with other fungicides, especially captan, dithianon,mancozeb and ziram.
  • A simple analytical method, validated in-house and intra-laboratory, has been developed for the determination of penconazole on personal protection equipment (PPE) used by operators during field applications of Topas 20EW. The analytical determination of penconazole was performed by GC-ECD. Sample preparation was based on a liquid extraction procedure.
  • Simultaneous enantioseparation of three chiral triazole fungicides i.e. penconazole, myclobutanil and triadimefon by cyclodextrin-modified micellar electrokinetic chromatography (CD-MEKC) under acidic condition was investigated with different HP-?-CD concentrations as chiral selector.
  • An orchard of grapevine was used to determine the residues of chlorpyrifos (Dursban®) and penconazole (Ofir ®) pesticides during the growing season.
  • The photolytic degradation of 14C-phenyl labelled penconazole (specific activity: 2.3 MBq/mg,
    radiochemical purity 100 %) under artificial sunlight was studied following application to a silt
    loam soil.
  • Penconazole is not irritating to the skin but produced slight eye irritation in rabbits.
  • Penconazole does not degrade significantly via either hydrolysis or photolysis.
  • A Report concluded that penconazole is unlikely to be subject to long range atmospheric transport as a consequence of its likely indirect photooxidation intermediated transformation
General Information
  • Penconazole data Sheet
  • Penconazole Chemical Information
  • Penconazole
  • Penconazole Specification Sheet


  • Consultant from Indonesia
  • Consultant from USA
  • Consultant from New Jersey


  • Detection of chlorpyrifos and Penconazole residues in grape leaves and fruit by gas chromatography/ mass spectrometry
  • Evolution of Residual Levels of Six Pesticides during Elaboration of
    Red Wines. Effect of Wine-Making Procedures in Their Dissappearance
  • Penconazole - Explanation
  • In vitro screening of fungicides against phomopsis viticola and diaporthe perjuncta
  • Control of Powdery mildew in vineyards using single-application vapor-action of triazole fungicides
  • Efficacy of rue extract, sodium bicarbonate and fungicides at reduced rates to control of powdery mildew
  • The impact of fungicides to control apple scab (Venturia inaequalis)
    on the predatory mite Anystis baccarum and its prey Aculus
    schlechtendali (apple rust mite) in Northern Ireland Bramley orchards
  • The Influence of Systemic Inducing Resistance Chemicals for the Control of Oak Powdery Mildew (Microsphaera alphitoides) Applied as a Therapeutic Treatment
  • Protectant and after-infection activity of fungicides against botryosphaeria obtusa on apple
  • Screening of genotypes and effect of fungicides against leaf blight of turmeric


  • Development of Diagnostic Immunoassays For Biomarkers of Pesticide Exposure
  • Diagnosis and management of eutypa dieback
  • Potential of simple salts to partially substitute for conventional foliar fungicides on crops
  • Powdery mildew management in
    vineyards – the next phase
  • Rapid Tests for Quantifying Spray Application on Vines


Company Profiles
  • China Company 1
  • China Company 2
  • China Company 3
  • China Company 4
  • Company From India


  • Determination of Pesticide Residues in Khat leaves by solid-phase extraction and high-performance liquid chromatography
  • Enantioseparation of Penconazole, Myclobutanil and Triadimefon by Cyclodextrin-Modified Micellar Electrokinetic Chromatography
  • Coupling stir bar sorptive extractiondispersive liquid–liquid microextraction for preconcentration of triazole pesticides from aqueous samples followed by GC-FID and GC-MS determinations
  • FSA-funded research and other progress on mixtures of pesticides and similar substances


  • Penconazole 200 EW
  • Fungus Attack + RTU
  • Fungus clear gun
  • Penconazole (ISO)
  • Topas 200 EW
  • Penconazole 200
  • Penconazole Vector 10 EC


  • Amending Annex I to Council Directive 91/414/EEC as regards an extension of the use of the active substance penconazole
  • Conclusion regarding the peer review of the pesticide risk assessment
    of the active substance penconazole
  • Penconazole - National institute of Public health and environment protection report
  • Proposal for harmonized classification and labelling - Penconazole
  • Review report for the active substance penconazole


  • Penconazole Selling Leads
  • Penconazole Exporters
  • Penconazole Suppliers List
  • Penconazole Manufacturer & Suppliers

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