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  • Phosphamidon is a non-cumulative systemic organophosphorus pesticide with a broad spectrum of activity.
  • It is a cholinesterase inhibitor with rapid contact and stomach action.
  • Phosphamidon is an organophosphate insecticide first reported in 1960.
  • Phosphamidon is a colorless to yellow oily liquid at room temperature that  decomposes upon heating and produces toxic fumes.
  • It is miscible with water and soluble in aromatic hydrocarbons and insoluble in non-polar aliphatic hydrocarbons
  • The manufacture, formulation, agricultural use and disposal of phosphamidon should be carefully controlled to minimize contamination of the environment.
  • To minimize risks for all individuals, a 48-hour interval between spraying and re-entry into any sprayed area is
  • Phosphamidon may be readily absorbed from the gastrointestinal tract, through the skin and by inhalation of spray mists and dusts.
  • Phosphamidon affects the nervous system by inhibiting acetylcholinesterase, an enzyme essential for normal nerve impulse transmission.
  • Phosphamidon was one of a series of pesticides selected for screening for carcinogenic activity because of the potential for long-term human exposure to the chemical during agricultural application or to residues in food products.
  • The toxicological effects result in respiratory, myocardial and neuromuscular transmission impairment.
  • Exposure to Phosphamidon can cause rapid, fatal, organophosphate poisoning with headache, dizziness, blurred vision, tightness in the chest, sweating, nausea and vomiting, diarrhea, muscle twitching, convulsions, coma and death.
  • Phosphamidon is moderately toxic to fish and highly toxic to birds and honeybees.
  • Phosphamidon-induced oxidative stress may be the underlying mechanism of neurotoxicity and immunotoxicity and NAC administration may be of therapeutic use to combat phosphamidon toxicity.


  • Phosphamidon
  • General facts
  • General Informations of Phosphamidon
  • Fact sheet
  • Chemical factsheet


  • General properties
  • Properties, Toxicity and Emergency treatment
  • Properties of Phosphamidon
  • Basic and solid properties


  • Phosphamidon 8 spray
  • Phosphamidon
  • Swat
  • Wilbur-Ellis Phosphamidon 8 spray
  • Phosphamidon 8 spray insecticide
  • Russell chemical Phosphamidon 8 spray
  • Phosphamidon 8 spray label


  • Effectiveness of insecticides against blue gum chalcid, Leptocybe invasa Fisher & La Salle in Gujarat, India
  • Phosphatic insecticides and parathion toxaphene combinations for the control of the green peach aphid and the serpentine leaf miner on potatoes
  • Application of Phosphamidon on Citrus pests
  • Application of Phosphamidon on important crops
  • Major pests of different crops and their control
  • Control of important crop pests


  • Evaluation of the toxicity of pesticide residues in food
  • Environmental fate
  • Health effects
  • Residues in food and their evaluation
  • Human Health effects
  • Hazard classification
  • Ecological toxicity
  • Phosphamidon poisoning
  • Acute exposure guideline levels for Phosphamidon
  • Immunotoxicity of phosphamidon following subchronic exposure in albino rats


  • Phosphamidon suppliers
  • Manufacturers
  • Suppliers of Phosphamidon
  • Phosphamidon exporters

Data sheets

  • Phosphamidon
  • Sara 302
  • Phosphamidon Datasheet
  • Datasheet on Phosphamidon
  • Phosphamidon MSDS
  • Phosphamidon Data sheet


  • Surfactant systems for agriculturally active compounds
  • Control of wood-destroying pests with thiamethoxam
  • Use of triazolopyrimidine derivatives as microbicides
  • Foamable pesticide compositions
  • Environmentally safe insecticide
  • Pesticidal Mixtures
  • Synergistic insecticidal composition containing Chloronicotynyle and Organosphosphorus compounds
  • Storage stable formulation and a process for its preparation


  • Phosphamidon and methylparathion induced alterations in the tissue proteins, pyruvate and excretory products of the marine prawn.
  • An assessment of Phosphamidon residues on mustard crop in an agricultural field in Bikaner, Rajasthan (India)
  • Effect of Phosphamidon on the testes of albino rats: a historical study
  • Bioassay of Phosphamidon for possible carcinogenicity
  • Attenuation of phosphamidon-induced oxidative stress and immune dysfunction in rats treated with N-acetylcysteine

Process & Raw materials suppliers

  • Manufacturing process of Phosphamidon
  • Chlorine suppliers
  • Sodium Carbonate suppliers
  • Trimethyl Phosphite suppliers
  • Diethylacetoacetamide suppliers

Company profiles & Consultancy

  • Company from Mumbai
  • Company from Jalgaon, Thane 
  • Company from Pune
  • Company from Lucknow 
  • Company from Kolkatta 
  • Company from Shanghai
  • Company from Gujarat
  • Consultancy from Washington

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