- Other Names: 1H-Benzimidazole-2-carbamic acid methyl este
- Origin: CN(Origin)
- EINECS No.: 234-232-0
- Model Number: G259
- MF: C9H9N3O2
- Purity: 99%
- State: Powder
- Application: Plant sterilization
- CAS No.: 10605-21-7
Product use of carbendazim
A: High-efficiency, low-toxic, broad-spectrum, systemic fungicide, long-lasting effect, effective for many ascomycetes, deuteromycetes and various basidiomycetes, and ineffective against algae. For the control of wheat scab, rice sheath blight, rice blast, small sclerotia, many fruit and vegetable diseases, such as powdery mildew, anthracnose, scab, etc., using 750-1000 times of 50% wettable powder Liquid spray. Seedling treatment can control cereal crop smut, melon, tomato wilt and so on. In addition, it can also be used for mildew prevention in paper, textile, leather, rubber and other industries.
B: carbendazim is a benzimidazole fungicide, which was originally an intermediate of fungicide benomyl. It is used to control trichophytonin, cereal smut, cotton seedling disease, rapeseed sclerotinia, Rice sheath blight, rice blast, sugar beet brown spot, etc. Carbendazim can be absorbed by plants and transferred to other parts by conduction, interfering with the mitosis of the cells and inhibiting their growth. It has a wide spectrum of bactericidal activity and is usually processed into powder, wettable powder and suspending agent for seed treatment or foliar spraying. It is used to control various fungal diseases of grain, cotton, oil, fruit, vegetables and flowers. Can be used for the preservation of fruits.
Use 3: It can control peanut leaf spot, black spot, three wheat scab, rapeseed sclerotinia, rice sheath blight, citrus canker and so on.
C: Used as a fungicide such as wheat, fruits and vegetables.
D: used for controlling trichoderma lucidum, cotton seedling disease, and the like.
E: used for controlling trichoderma lucidum, cereal smut, cotton seedling disease, rapeseed sclerotium, rice sheath blight, sweet potato black spot and so on.
F: used as a fungicide such as wheat, melon and fruit.
G: used as a bactericide.