- Dinocap is a contact fungicide used to control powdery mildew on
many crops and is also used as a non-systemic acaricide.
- Dinocap also can be called Meptyldinocap ; (E)-4,6-Dinitrophenyl
2-(1-methylheptyl)-2-butenoate ; (E)-2-Butenoic Acid
2-(1-Methylheptyl)-4,6-dinitrophenyl Ester ;Antimony fluoride ;
- Dinocap is applied to apples and grapes outside of the U.S., mainly
in Europe, the Middle East and northern Africa.
- There are currently no registered dinocap products in the U.S.
- Dow AgroSciences, LLC (DAS), the registrant of dinocap, intends to
support tolerances for dinocap residues in/on apples and grapes to
permit legal importation of these commodities into the U.S., in the
absence of a U.S.registration.
- General Description:
Dark oily liquid. Nearly insoluble in
- Air & Water Reactions:
Nearly insoluble in water.
Hydrolysis of the ester group occurs with alkaline pHs.
- First aid: Ingestion: flush stomach with 5% sodium
carbonate solution and medicinal charcoal suspension, then give 15-30 g
sodium sulfate in 0.5 l/water.
- Dinocap facts
- General facts
- Chemical Profile
- Physical and Chemical Properties
- Fungicidal mixtures
- Stabilized oil-in-water emulsions including
- Dinocap products
- Products list
- Products of Dinocap
- List of Dinocap products
- Selling leads
- Manufacturers of Dinocap
- Suppliers of Dinocap
- Company from China
- Company from Canada
- Another company from China
- Toxicological effects
- Dinocap - ecological toxicity
- Environmental fate - Ecotoxicity
exposure to the fungicide dinocap causes behavioral toricollis in
- Review report for the active substance
- Composition of
- Mouse teratogen
dinocap has lower A/D ratios and is not teratogenic in the rat and
- In vitro
effect of karathane LC (dinocap) on human lymphocytes
- Assessment of the immunotoxic potential of the
fungicide dinocap in mice.
- The review of
- Rapid evaluation by UV - Vis and FT-IR
spectroscopy of DINOCAP residue in soil: Microbiological
- Effects of fungicides mancozeb and dinocap on
carbon and nitrogen mineralization in soils
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