other name: b-([1,1'-biphenyl]-4-yloxy)-a-(1,1-dimethylethyl)-1H-1,2,4-triazole-1-ethanol ;
CAS No.: [70585-36-3 ]
Molecular Formula: C20H23N3O2
Bitertanol is an effective fungicide used preventively or curatively for the control of certain diseases in fruits and vegetables, e.g. scab and Monilia laxa in stone fruit, and as seed treatments against Fusarium spp., Septoria, Tilletia caries etc
BITERTANOL is a broad spectrum systemic fungicide used mostly on fruit and vegetables. It has protective and curative activity on Venturia scab diseases of pome fruit, Monilinia of stone fruit. It is also effective on leafspot diseases and poedery mildews of stone fruit, bananas, sugar beets, peanuts and ornamentals.
Steroid demethylation inhibitor.
Mode of action Foliar fungicide with protective and curative action. Inhibits ergosterol biosynthesis. Acts on spore germination, mycelium development, and sporulation.
Control of scab and Monilinia diseases on fruit (at 156-938 g/ha); rusts and powdery mildews on ornamentals (125-500 g/ha); black spot on roses (125-750 g/ha); Sigatoka on bananas (105-195 g/ha); and leaf spot and other diseases of vegetables, cucurbits, cereals, deciduous fruit, peanuts, soya beans, tea, etc. As a seed dressing, control of smuts and bunts of wheat (4-38 g/dt) and rye (19-84 g/dt); in combination with other fungicides, also against seed-borne snow mould. Phytotoxicity Fruit crops are more tolerant to the wettable powder formulation than the emulsifiable concentrate formulation.
Formulation types AE; DC; DS; EC; FS; LS; PA; SC; WP; WS
|Appearance||White crystalline powder, non-visible exotic impurities|
|Acidity (as H2SO4)||0.5% max.|
|Aceton Insoluble matter||0.5% max.|
GHS complaint Safety Data Sheet (SDS) for commercial product of Bitertanol is available uopn requested.