Cyazofamid 95% TC
Cyazofamid is a member of the class of imidazoles carrying dimethylsulfamyl, cyano, chloro, and 4-tolyl substituents at positions 1, 2, 4, and 5 respectively. A fungicide used mainly for controlling Oomycete and Plasmodiophora diseases on potatoes and tomatoes.
It is a skin and eye irritant and is moderately toxic to birds, most aquatic organisms, honeybees and earthworms. It has a role as a mitochondrial cytochrome-bc1 complex inhibitor and an antifungal agrochemical. It is a member of imidazoles, an organochlorine compound, a nitrile, a member of sulfamides, a sulfonamide fungicide and an imidazole fungicide.
- Common name: Cyazofamid
- IUPAC name: 4-chloro-2-cyano-N, N-dimethyl-5-p-tolylimidazole-1-sulfonamide
- CAS RN: [120116-88-3]
- Molecular formula: C13H13ClN4O2S
- Molecular weight: 324.8
- State: Power
- Packing: providing additional packing as required
- Mode of action: Foliar and soil preventative fungicide with residual activity and rainfastness, together with moderate translaminar and curative activity. Inhibits all stages in the lifecycle of Phytophthora infestans.
- Application: Cyazofamid is a member of the class of imidazoles carrying dimethylsulfamyl, cyano, chloro, and 4-tolyl substituents at positions 1, 2, 4, and 5 respectively. For control of Oomycete and Plasmodiophora diseases, such as potato and tomato late blight (Phytophthora infestans), downy mildews (e.g. of cucumber, Pseudoperonospora cubensis), at 60-100 g/ha. Its use as a foliar treatment on other crops, such as vines, onions, lettuce, rice, and crucifers is under investigation. Soil treatments are being evaluated for turf and crucifers.