- Bitertanol is an
effective fungicide used preventively or curatively for the control of
certain diseases in fruits and vegetables, e.g. scab and Monilia laxa in
stone fruit, and as seed treatments against Fusarium spp., Septoria,
Tilletia caries etc.
- Common Name:
Cas NO: 55179-31-2
- Bitertanol was
originally evaluated in 1983 for toxicology and 1984 for
- It is also
effective on leafspot diseases and poedery mildews of stone fruit,
bananas, sugar beets, peanuts and ornamentals.
- It should be under
no circumstances whatsoever be handled by children or incompetent
- While in storage,
drum should be kept well sealed and stored in cool, dry and well
- In case of
accidental ingestion, the patient should be taken to a doctor who should
give symptomatic treatment.
- If inhaled, remove
to fresh air and keep warm and at rest.
- Carefully remove
contaminated clothing. Wash affected areas with soap and water.
- Rinse eyes
immediately with clean water for at least 15 minutes, holding eyes
- For best control,
even spray coverage of all plant parts requiring protection is
- If swallowed, do
NOT induce vomiting. Rinse mouth and give a glass of water.
- Boiling Point: 541.4 °C at
Vapour Pressure: 1.49E-12 mmHg at
- Information of
- Details of
relations between 'oxyfluorofen' and 'bitertanol'
- Fungicidal active
- Method of using a
micronutrient as safener for a triazole for controlling harmful fungi
- Method for growing
Products & Suppliers
- Bitertanol products
- Lookchem products
- Suppliers of
- Amendments to the
- Evaluation of
solid-phase extraction and stir-bar sorptive extraction for
determination of fungicide residues at low- g kg−1 levels in
liquid chromatography–mass spectrometry
- Improved strategy
for control of Microdochium Nivale on golf courses
- Data Sheet -
- Material safety
- Data sheet
- Studies of
- Dosage Rate and
Timing of Application.
- Usage of
- Usage pattern of
- Company from china
- Another company from china
- Broad spectrum
apple disease control with bitertanol.
- Export papaya
post-harvest protection by fungicides and the problems of the maximal
limit of residues.
Pesticide Method for The Determination of Multiple Pesticides in
- Pesticide residues in food
- Utility of H-SRM to Reduce Matrix Interference in
Food Residue Analysis of Pesticides
- Evaluation of two
triazole fungicides for postinfection control of apple scab
- Risk Assessment
for a Selected Group of Pesticides
chemical control of postharvest avocado diseases in the 1981/82
- Evaluation of
fungicides for the control of Botryosphaeria
- Report of the Food
Quality Protection Act (FQPA) Tolerance Reassessment Progress and Risk
Management Decision (TRED) for Bitertanol
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