List of fungicides


List of fungicides

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*ChemIDplus at http://chem.sis.nlm.nih.gov/chemidplus/ is a useful non-commercial source for chemical lookups
*Compendium of Pesticide Common Names at http://www.alanwood.net/pesticides/ has details of over 1500 pesticide active ingredients, and is the source of the original version of this list.

"See also:" organic compound, list of biomolecules, list of minerals, polyatomic ions, list of elements by name, list of organic compounds, list of inorganic compounds.

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*(3-ethoxypropyl)mercury bromide
*2-methoxyethylmercury chloride
*2-phenylphenol
*8-hydroxyquinoline sulfate
*8-phenylmercurioxyquinoline

A

*acibenzolar
*acylamino acid fungicides
*acypetacs
*aldimorph
*aliphatic nitrogen fungicides
*allyl alcohol
*amide fungicides
*ampropylfos
*anilazine
*anilide fungicides
*antibiotic fungicides
*aromatic fungicides
*aureofungin
*azaconazole
*azithiram
*azoxystrobin

B

*barium polysulfide
*benalaxyl
*benalaxyl-M
*benodanil
*benomyl
*benquinox
*bentaluron
*benthiavalicarb
*benzalkonium chloride
*benzamacril
*benzamide fungicides
*benzamorf
*benzanilide fungicides
*benzimidazole fungicides
*benzimidazole precursor fungicides
*benzimidazolylcarbamate fungicides
*benzohydroxamic acid
*benzothiazole fungicides
*bethoxazin
*binapacryl
*biphenyl
*bitertanol
*bithionol
*blasticidin-S
*Bordeaux mixture
*boscalid
*bridged diphenyl fungicides
*bromuconazole
*bupirimate
*Burgundy mixture
*buthiobate
*butylamine

C

*calcium polysulfide
*captafol
*captan
*carbamate fungicides
*carbamorph
*carbanilate fungicides
*carbendazim
*carboxin
*carpropamid
*carvone
*Cheshunt mixture
*chinomethionat
*chlobenthiazone
*chloraniformethan
*chloranil
*chlorfenazole
*chlorodinitronaphthalene
*chloroneb
*chloropicrin
*chlorothalonil
*chlorquinox
*chlozolinate
*ciclopirox
*climbazole
*clotrimazole
*conazole fungicides
*conazole fungicides (imidazoles)
*conazole fungicides (triazoles)
*copper(II) acetate
*copper(II) carbonate, basic
*copper fungicides
*copper hydroxide
*copper naphthenate
*copper oleate
*copper oxychloride
*copper(II) sulfate
*copper sulfate, basic
*copper zinc chromate
*cresol
*cufraneb
*cuprobam
*cuprous oxide
*cyazofamid
*cyclafuramid
*cyclic dithiocarbamate fungicides
*cycloheximide
*cyflufenamid
*cymoxanil
*cypendazole
*cyproconazole
*cyprodinil
*dazomet

D

*DBCP
*debacarb
*decafentin
*dehydroacetic acid
*dicarboximide fungicides
*dichlofluanid
*dichlone
*dichlorophen
*dichlorophenyl
*dicarboximide fungicides
*dichlozoline
*diclobutrazol
*diclocymet
*diclomezine
*dicloran
*diethofencarb
*diethyl pyrocarbonate
*difenoconazole
*diflumetorim
*dimethirimol
*dimethomorph
*dimoxystrobin
*diniconazole
**diniconazole-M
*dinitrophenol fungicides
*dinobuton
*dinocap
**dinocap-4
**dinocap-6
*dinocton
*dinopenton
*dinosulfon
*dinoterbon
*diphenylamine
*dipyrithione
*disulfiram
*ditalimfos
*dithianon
*dithiocarbamate fungicides
*DNOC
*dodemorph
*dodicin
*dodine
*DONATODINE
*drazoxolon

E

*edifenphos
*epoxiconazole
*etaconazole
*etem
*ethaboxam
*ethirimol
*ethoxyquin
*ethylmercury 2,3-dihydroxypropyl mercaptide
*ethylmercury acetate
*ethylmercury bromide
*ethylmercury chloride
*ethylmercury phosphate
*etridiazole

F

*famoxadone
*fenamidone
*fenaminosulf
*fenapanil
*fenarimol
*fenbuconazole
*fenfuram
*fenhexamid
*fenitropan
*fenoxanil
*fenpiclonil
*fenpropidin
*fenpropimorph
*fentin
*ferbam
*ferimzone
*fluazinam
*fludioxonil
*flumetover
*flumorph
*fluopicolide
*fluoroimide
*fluotrimazole
*fluoxastrobin
*fluquinconazole
*flusilazole
*flusulfamide
*flutolanil
*flutriafol
*folpet
*formaldehyde
*fosetyl
*fuberidazole
*furalaxyl
*furametpyr
*furamide fungicides
*furanilide fungicides
*furcarbanil
*furconazole
*furconazole-cis
*furfural
*furmecyclox
*furophanate

G

*glyodin
*griseofulvin
*guazatine

H

*halacrinate
*hexachlorobenzene
*hexachlorobutadiene
*hexachlorophene
*hexaconazole
*hexylthiofos
*hydrargaphen
*hymexazol

I

*imazalil
*imibenconazole
*imidazole fungicides
*iminoctadine
*inorganic fungicides
*inorganic mercury fungicides
*iodomethane
*ipconazole
*iprobenfos
*iprodione
*iprovalicarb
*isoprothiolane
*isovaledione

K

*kasugamycin
*kresoxim-methyl

L

* Lime sulfur (lime sulphur)

M

*mancopper
*mancozeb
*maneb
*mebenil
*mecarbinzid
*mepanipyrim
*mepronil
*mercuric chloride
*mercuric oxide
*mercurous chloride
*mercury fungicides
*metalaxyl
*metalaxyl-M (a.k.a. Mefenoxam)
*metam
*metazoxolon
*metconazole
*methasulfocarb
*methfuroxam
*methyl bromide
*methyl isothiocyanate
*methylmercury benzoate
*methylmercury dicyandiamide
*methylmercury pentachlorophenoxide
*metiram
*metominostrobin
*metrafenone
*metsulfovax
*milneb
*morpholine fungicides
*myclobutanil
*myclozolin

N

*N-(ethylmercury)-p-toluenesulfonanilide
*nabam
*natamycin
*nystatin
*nitrostyrene
*nitrothal-isopropyl
*nuarimol

O

*OCH
*octhilinone
*ofurace
*oprodione
*organomercury fungicides
*organophosphorus fungicides
*organotin fungicides
*orysastrobin
*oxadixyl
*oxathiin fungicides
*oxazole fungicides
*oxine copper
*oxpoconazole
*oxycarboxin

P

*pefurazoate
*penconazole
*pencycuron
*pentachlorophenol
*penthiopyrad
*phenylmercuriurea
*phenylmercury acetate
*phenylmercury chloride
*phenylmercury derivative of pyrocatechol
*phenylmercury nitrate
*phenylmercury salicylate
*phenylsulfamide fungicides
*phosdiphen
*phthalide
*phthalimide fungicides
*picoxystrobin
*piperalin
*polycarbamate
*polymeric dithiocarbamate fungicides
*polyoxins
*polyoxorim
*polysulfide fungicides
*potassium azide
*potassium polysulfide
*potassium thiocyanate
*probenazole
*prochloraz
*procymidone
*propamocarb
*propiconazole
*propineb
*proquinazid
*prothiocarb
*prothioconazole
*pyracarbolid
*pyraclostrobin
*pyrazole fungicides
*pyrazophos
*pyridine fungicides
*pyridinitril
*pyrifenox
*pyrimethanil
*pyrimidine fungicides
*pyroquilon
*pyroxychlor
*pyroxyfur
*pyrrole fungicides

Q

*quinacetol
*quinazamid
*quinconazole
*quinoline fungicides
*quinomethionate
*quinone fungicides
*quinoxaline fungicides
*quinoxyfen
*quintozene

R

*rabenzazole

*salicylanilide
*silthiofam
*simeconazole
*sodium azide
*sodium orthophenylphenoxide
*sodium pentachlorophenoxide
*sodium polysulfide
*spiroxamine
*streptomycin
*strobilurin fungicides
*sulfonanilide fungicides
*sulfur
*sultropen

T

*TCMTB
*tebuconazole
*tecloftalam
*tecnazene
*tecoram
*tetraconazole
*thiabendazole
*thiadifluor
*thiazole fungicides
*thicyofen
*thifluzamide
*triforine
*thiocarbamate fungicides
*thiochlorfenphim
*thiomersal
*thiophanate
*thiophanate-methyl
*thiophene fungicides
*thioquinox
*thiram
*tiadinil
*tioxymid
*tivedo
*tolclofos-methyl
*tolnaftate
*tolylfluanid
*tolylmercury acetate
*triadimefon
*triadimenol
*triamiphos
*triarimol
*triazbutil
*triazine fungicides
*triazole fungicides
*triazoxide
*tributyltin oxide
*trichlamide
*tricyclazole
*tridemorph
*trifloxystrobin
*triflumizole
*triforine
*triticonazole

U

*unclassified fungicides
*Undecylenic acid
*uniconazole
**uniconazole-P
*urea fungicides

V

*validamycin
*valinamide fungicides
*vinclozolin

Z

*zarilamid
*zinc naphthenate
*zineb
*ziram
*zoxamide


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