Cymoxanil

Synonyms: DPX 3217; Curzate; 2-Cyano-2-methoxyimino-N-(ethylcarbamoyl)-acetamide; 2-Cyano-N-((ethylamino)carbonyl)-2-(methoxyimino)acetamide; 2-Cyano-N-ethylcarbamoyl-2-methoxyiminoacetamide; DPX-T3217
CAS No.: 57966-95-7
Molecular Weight: 198.18
Molecular Formula: C7H10N4O3

Cymoxanil is a fungicide used on crops including potatoes, tomatoes, and grapes. Cymoxanil is an acetimide compound used as both a curative and preventative foliar fungicide. In Europe it is being sold for use on grapes, potatoes, tomatoes, hops, sugarbeets and other vegetable crops. Cymoxanil's mode of action is as a local systemic. It penetrates rapidly and when inside the plant, it cannot be washed off by rain. It controls diseases during the incubation period and prevents the appearance of damage on the crop. The fungicide is primarily active on fungi belonging to the Peronosporales order: Phytophthora, Plasmopara, and Peronospora.

Item

Specification

Content, %

98.0 min.

Acidity, %

0.01 max.

Insoluble matter in acetone, %

0.2 max.

Loss on drying, %

 1.0 max.