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Systemic acaricidal activity of chloromethanesulfonamide against three species of phytophagous mites and its toxicity to rats mice and carp



Systemic acaricidal activity of chloromethanesulfonamide against three species of phytophagous mites and its toxicity to rats mice and carp



Journal of Pesticide Science 12(4): 665-672



Chloromethanesulfonamide (CMSA) is a systemic acaricidal compound which has stronger activity than dimethoate and disulfoton against the citrus red mite, Panonychus citri, the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae and the carmine mite, Tetranychus cinnabarinus. LC50 values of chloromethanesulfonamide against the larvae, protonymphs, deutonymphs and female adults of T. cinnabarinus were 74.4, 148.6, 183.1 and 286.6 ppm respectively. CMSA showed a systemic acaricidal activity against P. citri when painted on the trunk and leaf surface of a mandarin orange tree or when applied to the soil surface near the tree. Its toxicity to mammals and carp was low.

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