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Actions

Bacterium; Fungicide; Microbial

Use

For use on golf courses, parks, commercial, industrial grounds.

Identification

Common Names

Polyoxin D (JMAF); Polyoxorim (ANSI, BSI, ISO); Polyoxin ß (JMAF)

CAS Codes

11113-80-7 (Polyoxin); 19396-06-6 (Polyoxin ß); 22976-86-9 (Polyoxin D; Polyoxorim); 146659-78-1 (Polyoxin D; Polyoxorim [zinc salt])

Chemistry

Properties

Light brown amorphous powder. Pure polyoxin is colorless crystal.

Mode of Action / Resistance Management

Chemical Group

peptidyl pyrimidine nucleoside

Mode of Action

cell wall biosynthesis

Action Group

FRAC Code 19

Target Site

H4: chitin synthase

Risk Note

Medium risk

Environmental Guidelines

Hazard

Polyoxin B & D: Fish: LC 50 >100 mg/l (carp)

Water Solubility

Polyoxin D: 35.4 g/l at 30° C (pH 3.5). Polyoxin B: >1 kg/l at 20°C.

Safety Guidelines

Signal Word

CAUTION

Toxicity Class

III

Toxicity

Polyoxin B: (Rat): Oral LD50 21,000 mg/kg. Polyoxin D: (Rat): Oral LD50 >15,000 mg/kg

Handling/Storage Caution

Store in dry place away from food or feed

Product/Waste Disposal

Waste may be disposed of on site or at an approved disposal facility. Empty container in sanitary landfill or by incineration, or if allowed by state and local authorities, by burning. If burned, stay out of smoke