- Triadimefon is a broad spectrum,
systemic fungicide in the triazole family of chemicals and it
consists of colorless crystals.
- Triadimefon, first introduced in the
mid-1980s, gained popularity until the early 1990s when powdery mildew
began to develop resistance to it.
- Trade names for products containing
triadimefon include Acizol, Amiral, Bay MEB 6447, and Bayleton.
- Triadimefon's use as a systemic
fungicide releases the compound directly to the environment through
applications in dusts, emulsifiable concentrates, sprays and other
routes of application.
- Triadimefon is classified as category
III for acute oral and dermal toxicity and as category IV for acute
inhalation. It is also classified as category IV for eye irritation
potential and category IV for skin irritation potential.
- Triadimefon is used to control
various fungal diseases in fruit (pineapple) and non-food use sites
such as: pine seedlings, Christmas trees, residential (sod farm) and
commercial turf, ornamentals, and landscapes.
- Triadimefon is used as a seed
treatment on: barley, corn, cotton, oats, rye, sorghum, and wheat.
There is also an import tolerance for bananas.
- Total triadimefon use averaged
135,000 lbs ai/year with an upper-end estimate of 266,000 lbs ai/year.
- Triadimefon with carbendazim and
sodium alginate is used to protect pruning wounds on apple and pear
- Triadimefon protects pine
seedlings at least until after the plants shed their seed coats
- Screening level estimates of
triadimefon use in the U.S., based on data from the years 1990
through 2000, have been provided by the Agency’s Biological and
Economic Analysis Division. Total use averaged 135,000 lbs ai/year
with an upper-end estimate of 266,000 lbs ai/year. The largest
market, in terms of total pounds ai, was seen in the turf and
- Triadimefon, a triazole
fungicide used to control rust and powdery mildew of vegetables,
fruits, flowers and grains, is currently under tight supply,
though many producers are busy producing this product, due to
its increasing demand from overseas and domestic market.
- At present, Jiangsu Sword,
China's largest triadimefon technical producer with capacity of
1,800t/a, is not able to supply sufficient triadimefon technical
to the market.
- Jiangsu Sevencontinent, the
second largest triadimefon technical producer in China with
capacity of 1,000t/a, has been keeping over 80% operating rate
in recent months. Mr. Zhu, reveals that the company's output of
triadimefon technical hit about 800 tonnes in 2010, increasing
by 300 tonnes over 2009, and it is estimated to reach about
1,000 tonnes in 2011.
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