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  • Dicofol is a persistent organochlorine acaricide. It is used in agriculture and
    horticulture to control spider mites and soft-bodied mites in apples, pears, soft fruit,
    cucumbers, tomatoes, hops, vines, lettuce and ornamentals.

  • Dicofol structure is similar to dichloro-diphenyl-trichloroethane (DDT) and differs from DDT with replacement of the hydrogen (H) on C-1 by a hydroxyl (OH) functional group.

  • Dicofol is an organochlorine pesticide that is chemically related to DDT. Dicofol is a miticide that is very effective against red spider mite.

  • Dicofol is known to be harmful to aquatic animals, and causes egg shell thinning in various species of birds. It is moderately toxic to
    mammals, and accumulates in body fat to a plateau level related to absorption.

  • Dicofol is an organochlorine insecticide of moderate toxicity. It is absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract and by inhalation. It may  also be absorbed through the intact skin, more especially in the case of oil-based formulations.

  • In surface water, dicofol is expected to adsorb to sediment and can hydrolyse to dichlorobenzophenone. Dicofol accumulates in body fat to a plateau level related to absorption.

  • In California 66% of dicofol use was on cotton during 2001-2006, followed by beans (12%), orange (6%), walnut (4%), and wine grapes  (2%).  

General Information
  • Dicofol
  • Dicofol Information
  • Dicofol Basic Information
  • General Information of Dicofol
  • Dicofol Basic Properties
  • Basic Information of Dicofol

Company Profile

  • Company From London
  • Company from USA
  • Company From China
  • Company from India


  • Dicofol - Colonel
  • Dicofol
  • Dicofol 4E
  • Dicofol 18,5% EC
  • Dicofol
  • Dicofol 3 Dust
  • Kelthane 50 WSP
  • Kelthane 50 W
  • Kelthane MF
  • Hortico Kelthane
  • Dicofol


  • Dicofol Toxicity
  • Registration Eligibility Decision - Dicofol
  • Toxicity of the Chronic Exposure of Dicofol.
  • Toxicity of Dicofol
  • Hazard Substance - dicofol
  • Human health effects data for dicofol
  • Hazardous Substances Series - dicofol
  • Chronic Exposure Of Dicofol Promotes Reproductive Toxicity In Male Rats.
  • Residual Toxicity of Dicofol
  • Risks of Dicofol
  • Hazard Assessment of Alternatives to Dicofol


  • Residues of dicofol
  • Addendum to Dicofol Red


  • Contribution of Dicofol to the Current DDT Pollution in China.
  • Investigation of Dicofol Levels In Tahtalı Dam Water.
  • Photocatalytic degradation investigation of dicofol.


  • Process for Preparing Dicofol
  • Process for Purifying
  • Process for Trichloroethanol (dicofol)


  • DDT  in Dicofol
  • Information dossier on DDT  used for   the production of Dicofol

Market and Report

  • Bioassay Of  Dicofol
  • Dicofol in Drinking-water
  • Occurrence of Dicofol in Red Mite
  • Use Information and Air Monitoring - Dicofol
  • Evaluation of Dicofol
  • Distribution and use only within Idaho
  • Legal Analysis - Dicofol
  • Commission Decision for Dicofol
  • Dicofol Documentation - Netherlands
  • Insecticides China News
  • Dicofol - Article


  • Dicofol 4E
  • Gowan Dicofol 3 Dust
  • Kelthane 50
  • Kelthane MF
  • Acracin
  • Products of Dicofol


  • Dicofol Suppliers
  • Suppliers and Manufacturer  from India
  • Supplier from China
  • Whole Sale Suppliers for Dicofol

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