Fungal diseases Mancozeb 80%WP contact fungicide CAS 8018-01-7
Mancozeb is classified as a contact fungicide with preventive activity. It inhibits enzyme activ
ity in fungi by forming a complex with metal-containing enzymes including those involved in p
roduction of adenosine triphosphate.
Product name: mancozeb 80%wp
Pesticide category: FUNGICIDE
CAS NO.: [8018-01-7] (formerly [8065-67-6]);
Appearance (TC): off-white or grayish-yellow powder.
Appearance (80%WP): grayish-yellow powder.
Brand name: Greenriver/ as per customers request.
Mancozeb is used to protect many fruit, vegetable, nut and field crops against a wide spectru
m of fungal diseases, including potato blight, leaf spot, scab (on apples and pears), and rust
(on roses). It is also used for seed treatment of cotton, potatoes, corn,
safflower, sorghum, peanuts, tomatoes, flax, and cereal grain
[1,2-Ethanediylbis(carbamodithio)(2-)]manganese ainc salt
Form Greyish-yellow, free flowing powder with a slight odour of hydrogen sulfide.
M.p. Decomposes at 172 °C
V.p. <1.33 10-2 ATXht981131 mPaATXht0 (20 °C)
KOW logP = 0.26
Solubility In water 6.2 ATXht981160 ppmATXht0 (ATXht981151 pHATXht07.5, 25 °C). Insoluble in most organic solvents; dissolves in solutions of powerful chelating agents but cannot be recovered from them. Stability Stable under normal, dry storage conditions. Slowly decomposed by heat and moisture.
Skin and eye Acute percutaneous ATXht981113 LD50 for rats >10 000, rabbits >5000 ATXht981123 mgATXht0 /kg. No irritation to skin (rabbits); moderate eye irritant (rabbit, ATXht98161 EUATXht0 standards), not an eye irritant (rabbit, U.S. standards) No dermal sensitisation in Buehler test; may cause dermal sensitisation in guinea pig maximisation test.