Trifloxystrobin is active against Fungi of all four classes – Ascomycetes, Deuteromycetes, Basidiomycetes and Oomycetes. Controls powdery mildew, leaf spot and fruit diseases in the early stages of fungal development (including spore germination, germ tube extension and appressorium formation). Registered for use in field crops: cereals, soya beans, corn, rice, cotton, peanuts, sugar beet and sunflowers; horticultural crops: pome fruit, stone fruit, tropical fruit, bananas, grapes, soft fruit, and many vegetables, as well as ornamentals and turf. Application rates depend on crop, disease and application method, and range from 50 to 550 g a.i./ha.Send Inquiry
Fungicide Trifloxystrobin 95%TC,50%WDG
CAS NO.: 141517-21-7
Chemical Name: methyl(E)-methoxyimino[a-(o-tolyloxy)-o-tolyl]acetate
Physical & Chemical Property
Appearance: White to light grey powder
Molecular Formula: C20H19F3N2O4
Molecular Weight: 408.37
Solubility: In water 0.61 mg/l (at 20°C), Acetone >500 g/L,
Dichloromethane >500 g/L, Ethyl acetate >500 g/L,Hexane
11 g/L, Methanol 76 g/L, Octanol 18 g/L,Toluene 500 g/L
(all in g/l,20°C).
Melting Point: 72.0-73.0°C(pure active ingredient,i)
Boiling Point: 312°C
Flash Point: 238-256 °C
Acute oral toxicity
Rat: >500-5000 mg/kg
Acute dermal toxicity
Rat: >2000-5000 mg/kg
Acute inhalation toxicity
Rat: LC50: 4-hr exposure to dust: >0.5-2.0 mg/l
Male/female rat: 1-hr exposure to dust (extrapolated
from 4-hr LC50): > 2.0-8.0 mg/l
Skin irritation: Rabbit: Moderate skin irritation
Eye irritation: Rabbit: Mild eye irritation
Sensitization: Guinea pig: May cause sensitization by skin contact.
Controls a range of cereal diseases, including powdery mildews, leaf spots and rusts (at
100~187 g/ha). Also effective against leaf spots, powdery mildews, bunch and fruit rots
of pome fruit, grapes, peanuts, bananas and vegetables (at 50-140 g/ha).
fine, off-white powder
Content of a.i.