CAS No.: 10605-21-7
EC No.: 234-232-0
Molecular Weight: 191.19
Molecular Formula: C9H9N3O2
M. P.: 302-307 deg. C
Specifications: Carbendazim purity: 98% min.
Carbendazim is a fungicide in its own right as well being as the main metabolite of other fungicides such as benomyl and thiophanate-methyl. Carbendazim is used to control a wide range of fungi, including Ascomycetes, Fungi Imperfecti and numerous Basidiomycetes.
Leaf spots, blotches and blights fruit spots and rots; Sooty molds; Scabs; Bulb, corn and tuber decays; Blossom blights; Powdery mildews; Certain rusts; And common soil borne crown and root rots.
It is used on cereals, cotton, grapes, bananas and other fruit, ornamentals, plantation crops, sugar beet, soybeans, tobacco, turf, vegetables, mushrooms, and many other crops under most climatic conditions worldwide.
Dosage and Use:
1. Carbendazim is a widely used broad-spectrum benzimidazole fungicide to control a wide range of fungal pathogens on cereals, fruits, also used in soil treatment and foliage application on appearance of disease. Soluble acid salts give some control of Dutch elm disease when injected into the bark. May be used as a seed dressing or as a post-harvest DIP
2. Carbendazim is also applied as mildew inhibitor in paint, coating, paper, leather and texitile
Carbendazim usage specifies rates from 0.2 to 2.0 kg a. I. /ha and applications from once per year to spray intervals ranging from 7 to14 days
For Carbendazim 50% wp, 1.2-1.5kg/ha. with 225_300Liter water for spraying.