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Action

Fungicide

Use

Controls wide range of Ascomycetes, Fungi Imperfecti, Basidiomycetes on bananas, cereals, cotton, fruits, grapes, mushrooms, ornamentals, peanuts, plantation crops, sugarbeets, soybeans, tobacco, turf, vegetables and other crops.

Formulation

Aqueous suspension, suspension concentrate, water dispersible granule, wettable powder.

Identification

Common Names

Carbendazim (BSI, ISO-E, ISO-F, ISO); Carbendazime (ISO-F, pa ISO); Carbendazol (JMAF/MAF)

Exp. Code Numbers

CN 38082040 (Ciech S.A. Agro-Sulphur Group); Hoe 017411 (Hoechst AG)

CAS Code

10605-21-7

Other Code Numbers

EINECS 234-232-0; SHA 210500

Chemistry

Composition

Methylbenzimidazole-2-ylcarbamate (IUPAC)

Mode of Action / Resistance Management

Chemical Group

benzimidazole

Mode of Action

mitosis and cell division

Action Group

FRAC Code 1

Target Site

B1: ß-tubuline assembly in mitosis

Risk Note

High risk

Environmental Guidelines

Hazard

Fish: LC50 0.61 mg/l (96 h) (carp); 0.83 mg/l (rainbow trout).

Water Solubility

8 mg/l at 24° C (pH 7)

Safety Guidelines

Signal Word

CAUTION

Toxicity Class

III

Toxicity

Tech (Rat): Oral LD50 >15,000 mg/kg (in sesame oil). Dermal LD50 >2000 mg/kg

Protective Clothing

Chemical-resistant gloves. Approved respirator. Protective eyewear.

Emergency Guidelines

First Aid

Get medical aid. Eyes: rinse thoroughly with plenty of water. Skin: remove contaminated clothing and immediately wash skin with soap and water. Inhalation: remove to fresh air. Ingestion: if a large amount is ingested (i.e., one mouthful), induction of vomiting should be considered if patient is fully conscious and less than 30 minutes has elapsed since ingestion