We used a bacterial consortium composed of Pseudomonas sp and Enterobacter sp isolated samples of cultivation plots in Los Mochis-Sinaloa (Mexico), the isolates showed metabolic activity and resistance against carbofuran
, malathion and 2,4-D (9).
The physicochemical properties of the carbamates: carbaryl, carbofuran
and methomyl used in this study are presented in Table 1.
After these calculations, the inhibition plots, I (%) versus [pesticide] or log[pesticide], are constructed for the different pesticides evaluated (carbofuran
, carbaryl, malathion, paraoxon, and dichlorvos).
Residues of Carbofuran
, Atrazine, [alpha]-Endosulfan and Dieldrin, [beta]-Endosulfan, Difenoconazole-1 and Difenoconazole-2 were not detected in any of the collected water samples.
Of the 50 pesticides evaluated, 7 (dicamba, metolachlor, pendimethalin, carbofuran
, chlorpyrifos, diazinon, and dieldrin) showed some evidence of positive associations with lung cancer incidence.
toxicity on rats was studied during sub-acute exposure.
harzianum @ 5kg with FYM 5t/ha was also comparable to carbofuran
@ 1 kg a.i./ha for root knot nematode management in tuberose.
In the presence of subsoiling, the seed treatments [T.sub.1] (imidacloprid + thiodicarb) and [T.sub.2] (thiamethoxam) did not differ from [T.sub.4] (fipronil + pyraclostrobin + thiophanate methyl) and conditioned higher rice yields than the treatments [T.sub.3] (carbofuran
) and [T.sub.0] (Table 2).
A third, discovered at Edmundbyers in County Durham in the same year, had died from poisoning by Carbofuran
, one of the most toxic of pesticides, which is actually banned in the EU.
e o nome comum do 2,3-dihidro-2,2-dimetilbenzenofuran-7-metilcarbamato principio ativo de inseticida, utilizado em diversas culturas no combate a insetos, acaros e nematoides.