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Revised June 1996


Trade and Other Names: Trade names for commercial products containing vinclozolin include BAS 352F, Drive, Ornalin, Ronilan, and Vorlan. Vinclozolin may also be used in formulations with other fungicides such as thiram, carbendazim, chlorothalonil, maneb, and thiophanate-methyl.

Regulatory Status: Vinclozolin is a General Use Pesticide (GUP). It is toxicity class III - slightly toxic. Products containing it carry the Signal Word CAUTION on its label.

Chemical Class: dicarboximide

Introduction: Vinclozolin is a dicarboximide nonsystemic fungicide that is used for the control of several types of fungi in vines (such as grapes), strawberries, vegetables, fruit, and ornamentals [1]. It may also be used on turf grass. This fungicide works by inhibiting spore germination. It is available in dust, wettable powder, smoke tablet, and water dispersible flowable granular forms.

Formulation: It is available in dust, wettable powder, smoke tablet, and water dispersible flowable granular forms.

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Basic Manufacturer:

BASF Corporation

Agricultural Products Division

P.O. Box 13528

Research Triangle Park, NC 27709-3528


References for the information in this PIP can be found in Reference List Number 10

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