fumitoxin

fumitoxin

toxic substance found in Aspergillus fumigatus.
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Phosphine - often referred to as 'bombing' or 'gassing' using fostoxin, fumitoxin, etc -- is a fumigant used in insect control for stored grain.
The new system, which uses the company's proprietary fumigant Fumitoxin, can thoroughly fumigate a site in 24 hours.
In 1993, (ADC) used, sold, or distributed 220,000 fumitoxin tablets, 60,000 gas cartridges, and 21,000 pounds of zinc phosphate baits throughout the northern plains states to eradicate prairie dogs.