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captan

group of organic sulfur compounds used as fungicides, including topical treatment of dermatophytosis. Poisoning of birds causes loss of egg production, anorexia and slow growth.
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This was the premise on which we decided to set up a unique Arabian style drive-in theatre, which allows patrons to enjoy watching movies from the comfort of their car," Captan continued.
But Captan would become a casualty of hardening West African nationalism as new African governments became hostile to the accumulative strategies of aliens, both African and non-African.
Biological and chemical behavior of perhalogenmethylmercapto fungicides: Metabolism and in vitro reactions of dichlofluanid in comparison with captan sulfur.
Pretty good, but not as impressive as the news, also revealed this week, that he went into the hospital, dressed as Captan Jack Sparrow, to read the kids bedtime stories.
Pesticides evaluated include the fungicides captan, pyraclostrobin + boscalid, lime-sulfur and the insecticide acetamiprid.
Chen S-K, Edwards CA, Subler S (2001) Effects of the fungicides benomyl, captan and chlorothalonil on soil microbial activity and nitrogen dynamics in laboratory incubations.
Only three months later, he presided -- along with his foreign minister, Monie R Captan -- over the opening of the newly rebuilt Liberian embassy in 16th Street.
In theory, says chief technology officer and co-founder Safi Captan, any application will be able to trigger an alert.
cepacia is an attractive natural alternative to currently used chemical pesticides, such as captan, mancozeb, and metalaxyl.
Spray with captan, making sure you drench the branches and bark where the overwintering colonies will be lurking.
Thus, the campaign also addresses issues like water sustainability and use of pesticides like captan and methyl bromide.