Appearance:SpecWhite Crystal Powderification value Storage:Cool Dry Place Self Life:2 Years Deliver Time:7-10 Days Molecular Formula:C9H9N3O2 Brand:Biocar
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Product Name BMK Glycidate CAS No 16648-44-5 Molecular Formula C11h12o3 Molecular Weight 192.21118g/Mol Appearance White Crystal Powder Shelf Life 2 Years Storage Room Temperature Away From Light Trademark BIOCAR Transport Package 100g, 1kg, 25kg Specification 100g, 1kg, 25KG Origin China
BMK, also known as Mianweiling, Carbendan, Mycelium, Benzimidazole No. 44, is a high-efficiency and low-toxicity systemic broad-spectrum fungicide. Inhalation treatment and protection.High-efficiency, low-toxicity, broad-spectrum, systemic fungicide, with a longer duration, effective against many ascomycetes, imperfect bacteria and various basidiomycetes, but not effective against algae and fungi. Used to control wheat head blight, rice sheath blight, rice blast, sclerotinia sclerotiorum, many fruit tree and vegetable diseases, such as Chemicalbook powdery mildew, anthracnose, scab, etc., use 50% wettable powder 750~1000 Times liquid spray. Seedling treatment can prevent smut of cereal crops, melons, tomato wilt and so on. In addition, it can also be used to prevent mold in industries such as papermaking, textile, leather, and rubber.
Carbendazim is a benzimidazole fungicide. It was originally an intermediate of the fungicide benomyl and was developed by DuPont in 1967. Later, scientists in the United States and China independently discovered the bactericidal properties of carbendazim. In the mid-1970s, China and Germany realized industrial production successively, and now they have become my country's largest production of systemic fungicides. It is useful in the prevention and treatment of wheat head blight, cereal smut, cotton seedling disease, rape sclerotia, water Chemicalbook rice sheath blight, rice blast, sugar beet brown spot, etc. Carbendazim can be absorbed by plants and transferred to other parts by conduction, interfering with the mitosis of pathogenic cells and inhibiting their growth. It has a broad bactericidal spectrum, usually processed into powders, wettable powders and suspending agents, used for seed treatment or foliar spraying, and used to prevent and control a variety of fungal diseases in grain, cotton, oil, fruits, vegetables, and flowers. It can be used for the preservation of fruits. There are also many reports about carbendazim as an industrial fungicide.