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Experiences with and use of fungicides based on trimorphamide in Poland



Experiences with and use of fungicides based on trimorphamide in Poland



Agrochemia 27(4): 114-117



Researchers at the Polish Institute of Organic Industry and the Institute of Plant Protection began experimenting with trimorphamide in the early 1970s. This compound had been developed by the Czechoslovak Research Institute of Chemical Technology in Bratislava and was active against Erysiphaceae. It was introduced into practice under the name Fademorf EK 20, which contains 20% trimorphamide (N-(2,2,2-trichloro-1-(4-morpholinoyl)-ethyl)-formanide).

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