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List of fungicides

Chemical compounds used to kill fungus include:[1][2]

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See also

References

  1. ^ 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
  2. ^ [Prevention and treatment of mold in library collections with an emphasis on tropical climates: A RAMP study, Ch. 5.1: Fungicides at http://www.unesco.org/webworld/ramp/html/r8809e/r8809e07.htm#5.1%20fungicides
  3. ^ Zamani M, Sharifi Tehrani A, Ali Abadi AA (2007). "Evaluation of antifungal activity of carbonate and bicarbonate salts alone or in combination with biocontrol agents in control of citrus green mold". Communications in Agricultural and Applied Biological Sciences 72 (4): 773–7.  
  4. ^ Malik YS, Goyal SM (May 2006). "Virucidal efficacy of sodium bicarbonate on a food contact surface against feline calicivirus, a norovirus surrogate". International Journal of Food Microbiology 109 (1–2): 160–3.  

External links

  • Pesticide use in the United Kingdom
  • Pesticide usage statistics for the United Kingdom
  • Prevention and treatment of mold in library collections with an emphasis on tropical climates: A RAMP study, Ch. 5.1: Fungicides
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