is a Thiophosphoric and is the active ingredient of the insecticide
triazophos 1983 by Hoechst AG, the patent is granted and the launch
took place in 1989 under the brand name Hostathion.
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.
oxidation by oxidizing agents may result in the release of toxic
- 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),
- 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.
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.
is dangerous to bees and harmful to fish, livestock, birds and other
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.
Triazophos 800 ml/ha recorded less leaf miner at all three, seven
and ten days after spraying.
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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