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  • Fenarimol is a locally systemic foliar fungicide in the pyrimidine class of fungicides, which also includes dimethirimol, bupirimate, and ethirimol.
  • Fenarimol is used to control fungal diseases, such as rusts, molds, mildews, and scabs .
  • It is currently registered for use on apples, filberts, pears, pecans, cherries, grapes, ornamental plants, ornamental trees, and turf.
  • Current formulations of fenarimol include Rubigan® E.C. , Rubigan® A.S. Turf and Ornamental , Rubigan® A.S. , Patchwork® , and Twosome Flowable Fungicide .
  • Fenarimol is soluble in water , soluble in most organic solvents, has low vapor pressure , and has low potential to bioconcentrate in fish.
  • The fungicide fenarimol has the potential to induce endocrine disrupting effects via several mechanisms since it possesses both estrogenic and antiandrogenic activity and inhibits aromatase activity in cell culture studies.
  • Fenarimol, a systemic pyrimidine carbinol fungicide, is considered to be not genotoxic or weakly genotoxic, although the available toxicological
    data are controversial and incomplete.
  • Fenarimol in transparent surface water is expected to photolyze readily.
  • The fungicide fenarimol is commonly used in the form of a spray for treating mildew.
  • Microemulsion and emulsifiable concentrate formulations of fenarimol were equally effective in greenhouse trials in controlling apple scab.
  • Fenarimol is an extensively used fungicide which is composed of two chloroben-zene and one pyrimidine rings, connected by a car-binol group
  • Chemical Fact Sheet
  • Properties
  • Application
  • Fungicide efficacy and timing
  • Fungicides and Bactericides
  • Identification
  • Pesticide Database
  • Safety Description


  • Fenarimol solar degradation pathways and photoproducts
    in aqueous solution
  • Evaluation of Chlorothalonil, Fenarimol, and Fluzilazole for control of Eastern Filbert Blight
  • Induction of Fenarimol-emux Activity in Aspergillus nidulans by Fungicides Inhibiting Sterol Biosynthesis
  • Interactive Effects of Dodine and the DMI Fungicide Fenarimol in the Control of Apple Scab
  • Kinetics of Photodegradation of the fungicide fenarimol in natural waters and in various salt solutions: Salinity effects and mechanistic considerations
  • Evaluation of a Microemulsion Formulation of Fenarimol for the Control of Apple Scab Caused by Venturia inaequalis
  • Occurence of Resistance in Uncinula necator to Triadimefon, Myclobutanil, and Fenarimol in California Grapevines
  • Sensitivity distribution of Venturia inaequalis to fenarimol in Québec apple orchards
  • Solution and surface photochemistry of fenarimol: A comparative study
  • Sensitivity of Venturia inaequalis Chilean Isolates to Difenoconazole, Fenarimol, Meancozeb, and Pyrimethanil
  • In Vitro Activity of Etaconazole, Bitertanol, and Fenarimol on Fungi Causing Summer Diseases of Apples


  • Mix-D Nitrogen Phosphorus
  • Rimidin
  • Rubigan
  • Rubigan SC fungicide


  • Good Agricultural Practices
  • Management of Okra Powdery Mildew by Fungicides
  • Pest Management Guidelines


  • Fungicidal Combinations Comprising Thieno [2,3-D] Pyrimidin - 4 - One
  • Fungicide Mixtures Based on Pyridine Amides and Fenarimol
  • Fungicidal Mixtures
  • Seed Dressing for Soya Bean
  • Wood Preservative Formulations Comprising Dichlorophen
Risk Assessment
  • Fenarimol Summary
  • Environmental Fate
  • Fenarimol Final Work Plan
  • A Risk Assessment Study

Company Profiles and Consultants

  • Company from India
  • Company from Arizona
  • Company from Birmingham
  • Company from China
  • Consultant from Washington
  • Consultancy service


  • Suppliers of Fenarimol
  • Fenarimol Suppliers


  • Annual Report of USA Company
  • Review Report
  • Pesticides in Central
    and Eastern European Countries
  • Use of Fenorimol for Selectively Controlling Poa annua

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