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Introduction

  • Carbaryl is a broad-spectrum insecticide that kills insects by contact and stomach poisoning.
  • Carbamate insecticides are reversible inhibitors of the enzyme acetylcholinesterase.
  • Carbaryl is a contact insecticide with a long lasting effect.
  • Carbaryl controls over 100 species of insects on fruit, forests, lawns, nuts, ornamentals, shade trees, and other crops, as well as on poultry, livestock and pets.

Process

  • Carbaryl is produced by treating methyl isocyanate  with 1-naphthol .
  • There are no natural sources. Carbaryl is obtained from 1-naphthol, either by reaction with methylisocyanate or by treatment with phosgene and subsequent reaction of the resulting chloroformate with methylamine

Uses

  •  It is used as a spraying powder (50% + 12.5% Tetradifon; 37.5 % + 11.2 % Dioxathion) in winegrowing e.g. against mites and in combination with lindane against potato-bugs.
  • It is used on a variety of crops including soy, corn, and citrus, and is also applied to livestock and home garden uses.
  • Its primary use is as an insecticide on various commercial crops, including but not limited to corn, soybean, cotton, citruses, pears, and nuts.
  • It is the active ingredient in Carylderm shampoo used to combat head lice until infestation is eliminated.

Toxicity

  • Carbaryl is a toxic insecticide used on a large scale in forestry application to kill insects such as bark beetles.
  • Carbaryl is a cholinesterase inhibitor and is toxic to humans. It is classified as a likely human carcinogen by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA.).
  • Carbaryl is acutely toxic to honeybees, destroying colonies of bees foraging in an area where the chemical has been applied.
  • Carbaryl is illegal in several countries, including the United Kingdom, Austria, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Angola.

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