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  • Propiconazole is a triazole fungicide used agriculturally on grasses grown for seed,
    mushrooms, corn, wild rice, peanuts, almonds, sorghum, oats, pecans, apricots, peaches,
    nectarines, plums and prunes.

  • Propiconazole, 1–[[2–(2,4–dichlorphenyle)–4–propyl–1,3–dioxolan– 2–yl]–methyl]–14– 1,2,4–triazole, is a triasolic-derived substance with antifungal action, synthesized in 1979, by Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Belgium.

  • Technical product is yellowish odourless viscous liquid. Solubility in water 110mg/L; soluble in methanol, acetone, Ether, chloroform and benzene.

  • Propiconazole controls many diseases caused by leafspots, rust, and powdery mildews.

  • Propiconazole is also used to protect ornamental plants and as a preventative ingredient on industrial products.

  • On cereals Propiconazole controls diseases caused by Erysiphe graminis, Leptosphaeria
    nodorum, Pseudocerosporella herpotrichoides, Puccinia spp., Pyrenophora teres, Rhynchosporium secalis, and Septoria spp.

  • Propiconazole is low in toxicity to honeybees and other non-target arthropods, and presents  a low risk to these organisms in the field.

  • Propiconazole is readily absorbed by plant tissues, and is transported systemically within the plant. Thus, leaves that emerge following the application will also be protected from fungal infection.

  • Propiconazole application rates vary by use. For most agricultural uses, propiconazole is  applied at less than 1 pound active ingredient per acre (lb ai/A) for crops, but it may be applied at up to 1.8 lb ai/A for turf and ornamentals.

  • Some Results indicated that the active ingredients propiconazole
    (Topas® and Orbit®)prothioconazole (Proline®), and
    penthiopyrad (LEM17) were very effective in suppressing Monilinia blight.

  • Oaks commercially treated with
    propiconazole on 29 sites in Minnesota in 1998 were evaluated for efficacy in controlling oak wilt. Propiconazole generally prevented further disease symptom development in white oaks.

  • Today, injection of oaks with propiconazole is an important
    component of an integrated approach to prevent the spread of oak wilt.

  • The propiconazole nitrate was dispersed in the ointment base. The formulas of propiconazole were prepared also on water bath, fl uidizing cetylic alcohol, lanoline and vaseline.

  • Propiconazole’s ability to be transported systemically in plants, high fungicidal activity against a wide range of fungal pathogens at very low concentrations, low
    phytotoxicity, ability to be mobilized in water as opposed to an organic solvent carrier, and uniform distribution in mature trees made it a far superior tool in the management of woody plant diseases when compared to previous compounds such as thiabendazole or benomyl.

  • Propiconazole applications may alter tree growth, development, and the normal balance of plant growth regulating compounds in a manner that is antagonistic to
    infection, colonization, and disease development by C. fagacearum.

  •  A better understanding of a propiconazole’s effects on both the pathogen C. fagacearum and oak
    species is needed to optimize the use of this chemical for the management of oak wilt.

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  • Propiconazole from Australia
  • Propiconazole from China
  • Propiconazole 250 EC
  • Agri  Propiconazole 250EC
  • OzCrop Propiconazole 250 EC
  • United Farmers Propiconazole
  • Bumper 250 EC
  • Sanazole 250 EC
  • Propicure 3.6F
  • Mission 418 EC
  • Nebula 300 EC
  • Propensity 1.3ME
  • Procure
  • Nufarm propiconazole 41.8 EC
  • Propiconazole 41.8EC
  • Qualipro Propiconazole 14.3
  • PrimeraOne Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole E-pro 14.3
  • Systemic Fungicide
  • Stratego fungicide 11
  • Tilt Xtra Safety Data
  • Safety data for propiconazole


  • Propiconazole Technical
  • Propiconazole 250 EC
  • Mission 418 EC
  • Nebula 300 EC
  • Propicure 3.6F
  • Menara
  • Banner Maxx
  • Arrest  25 EC
  • Orbit fungicide
  • Propiconazole 250 Ec from Villa
  • Tide Propiconazole 41.8% EC
  • Tilt 250 Systematic Fungicide
  • Propiconazole 41.8% EC
  • Qualipro Propiconazole 14.3
  • Qualipro Propiconazole 14.3 ME
  • Propiconazole Tebuconazole Imidacloprid
  • PrimeraOne Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole Pro
  • Propiconazole G-pro
  • Propiconazole Products


  • Propiconazole Toxicity
  • Propiconazole Extoxnet
  • Toxicity of  Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole RED
  • Cytotoxic effects of propiconazole
  • Environmental Toxicology for Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole Toxicity on the Non-Target Organism
  • Residues Limit for  Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole Pesticide Tolerances
  • Tolerance of  Propiconazole in corn, pineapples and  Peanuts
  • Propiconazole Biological data
  • Toxicity Profiles in Mice Treated with Propiconazole
  • Residues in Peach Peel
  • Side effects of  fungicides on ectomycorrhiza of  pine seedlings


  • Propiconazole Suppliers
  • Suppliers for Propiconazole
  • Propiconazole Suppliers from India
  • Propiconazole Supplier List
  • Suppliers for Propiconazole


  • Biodegradation of propiconazole
  • Detremination of residues of  propiconazole in milk, egg by Capillary Gas Chromatography
  • Detremination of residues of  propiconazole in tomato by  Gas Chromatography
  • Microwave-Assisted Extraction for the Isolation of Trace Systemic Fungicides


  • Propiconazole in management of Stem Rust in  Perennial Ryegrass
  • Propiconazole used in wood peservation
  • Propiconazole as a treatment for oak wilt
  • Propiconazole Use Pattern
  • Propiconazole in Rice
  • Propiconazole Application Levels
  • Adjusting Thresholds for Septoria Control in Winter Wheat


  • Assessment Report for Propiconazole
  • Comparison of Chlorothalonil & Propiconazole for Control of Dollar Spot
  • Occurrence of  Propiconazole in US Streams
  • FAO Specification for Propiconazole
  • Review report - propiconazole
  • Propiconazole Environmental Data
  • Modify the existing MRLs for propiconazole
  • Permit to allow minor use of an agvet chemical product in Australlia
  • Septoria leaf blotch control in Sweden
  • Strategies for Today and Potential Fungicide Options for Tomorrow


  • Evaluation of  Propiconazole for transplant size control and earlier maturity of processing tomato.


  • Activity of  Propiconazole
  • Evaluation of Propiconazole in Oak Wilt
  • Synthesis of the fungicide propiconazole
  • The impact of propiconazole on the growth  of hard wheat isolated roots
  • Instability of Propiconazole Resistance and Fitness in Monilinia fructicola
  • Antifungal activity of propiconazole nitrate gels
  • Pharmaco-Technological characteristics of Propiconazole in Tablets
  • Systemic Fungicide Propiconazole for Oak Wilt Management
  • Propiconazole Sensitivity in Sclerotinia homoeocarpa
  • Leaf anatomical responses of Amorphophallus campanulatus
  • Baseline sensitivities of Monilinia oxycocci to propiconazole


  • Effects of Propiconazole on Exserohilum turcicum
  • Biological effects of propiconazole
  • Effect of Propiconazole on Laurel Wilt
  • Propiconazole Effects on Ceratocystis fagacearum
  • Effects of fungicides on Endophytic fungi
  • Effects of fungicides o Bedding Plants
  • Trinexapac-ethyl and Fungicides for control of dollar spot on bentgrass


  • Co-crystals of  Propiconazole
  • Synergistic compositions containing propiconazole and tebuconazole
  • Fungicidal compositions and methods of combatting fungi employing a synergistic combination of propiconazol
  • Method of controlling or preventing phytopathogenic microorganism infestation of plants using propiconazole as a seed dressing
  • Microbicidal compositions and methods using combinations of propiconazole with dodecylamine or a dodecylamine salt
  • Microbicidal compositions and methods using synergistic combinations of propiconazole & 2mercaptobenzothiazole

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