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  • Triazophos is a Thiophosphoric and is the active ingredient of the insecticide Hostathion.
  • For triazophos 1983 by Hoechst AG, the patent is granted and the launch took place in 1989 under the brand name Hostathion.
  • Yellowish oil. Used to control insects, mites, and nematodes.
  • Organophosphates, such as Triazophos, are susceptible to formation of highly toxic and flammable phosphine gas in the presence of strong reducing agents such as hydrides.
  • Partial oxidation by oxidizing agents may result in the release of toxic phosphorus oxides.
  • On the basis of the Arrhenius plot, the calculated activation energy (E(a)) and the frequency factor (A) for the hydrolysis of triazophos in buffered solution of pH 10 were 78.6 kJ/mol and 1.13 x 10(13) d(-1), respectively.
  • Used for aphids, beetles, borers, bugs, foliar-feeding larvae, fruit flies, leafhoppers, leafminers, nematodes, scales, soil insects, thrips, mites and whiteflies in fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals.
  • Triazophos is broken down in the environment and does not bioaccumulate, unlike certain organo chlorine insecticides, for example.
  • Effects of releases are therefore considered to be confined to the locality of the release and significant transport in environmental media over long distances is considered to be insignificant.
  • Triazophos is dangerous to bees and harmful to fish, livestock, birds and other animals.
  • Excessive exposure to triazophos may effect the brain and peripheral nerve. The Environment Agency aims to ensure that environmental exposures are too low to harm human health.
  • The treatment Triazophos 800 ml/ha recorded less leaf miner at all three, seven and ten days after spraying.
  • In conclusion, pesticides Triazophos, Dimethioate and Phosalone appeared to be compatible with B. bassiana isolates.
  • Out of the different synthetic insecticides evaluated, the most toxic was triazophos 0.05 per cent which caused significantly high mortality of the spiders.

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