carbofuran

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A broad-spectrum anticholinergic pesticide/insecticide sprayed by air to protect various crops—e.g., alfalfa, rice, grapes, and cotton
Toxicity Most commonly affecting farm workers—N&V, headache, muscle weakness, tearing, salivation, bradycardia, diaphoresis, pupillary contraction (miosis)

carbofuran

N-methyl-carbamate Occupational medicine A broad-spectrum anticholinergic pesticide/insecticide sprayed by air to protect various crops–eg alfalfa, rice, grapes, and cotton Toxicity Most commonly affecting farm workers–headache, N&V, muscle weakness, tearing, salivation, bradycardia, diaphoresis, miosis

carbofuran

a carbamate acaricide and nematocide.
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For consumers who are fed significant quantities of all kinds of poison in their foods including indirect intake of furadan pesticide, a little extra lead in the food is not going to have any impact," commented a Keralite on social media.
Some of the most remembered campaigns for this category: Treflan and its weather resistance from CMS&Z and in the process made Treflan a household word; the Furadan weeds cutting the phone wires from The Martin Agency; the sexy Scepter farm bedroom spot from Miller Meester; one of the first spots mentioned when the old folks get together is probably Dual herbicide and its salute to the American farmer, a campaign that endured and succeeded years and years on the air and in print--first from East Coast agencies and in later years continued by Martin Williams.
The pesticides being used in Sungai Burung and Sawah Sempadan was Paraquat, Rumputoq, Malathion, Thiodan, Amine, Furadan, 2, 4-D, Selvin 85, Prevathon, Solito, Amure and Actara 250GM.
According to one Latsia resident whose dog was poisoned on Friday, 12 cats and three dogs have been killed in the area after ingesting a white crystalline substance, thought to be Furadan.
Before it was withdrawn from the Kenyan market in 2009, the granular Furadan, which retailed at $1.
1] furadan 10% (carbofuran) at an interval of one week, five times starting on the fifth day after formation of flower buds.
1986, "Changes of lipid spectrum in different tissues of furadan treated mice", Toxicol, 38, pp 69-79.
According to experts, some cattle herders in Kenya have poisoned 75 lions by treating their land with Furadan, a pesticide that is illegal and very dangerous.
Marketed under the trade name of Furadan by Philadelphia-based FMC Corporation, carbofuran was developed to battle bugs.
The use of insecticide such as furadan may be adopted to control this, while stem borer resistant varieties should be used.
These included methomyl (18), ronnel (19), dieldrin (20) and furadan (21).
The Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Husbandry and Fisheries released a list containing 15 pesticides, including the widely popular Furadan, Carbofuran, Rogor and Furanox, which are banned for use for farming purposes.