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.: Home > Nature and Science > 2016 > Volume 14 Number 4 > Nasser A. Ibrahim1 , Ali F. Ali1 and Hisham A. Elbakhshwingy

Biological Impact, Formulation and Field Performance of Some Benzimidazole Derivatives as Novel Plant Protective Agents

Nasser A. Ibrahim1 , Ali F. Ali1 and Hisham A. Elbakhshwingy
Cent. Agric. Pest. Lab. (CAPL), Agricultural Research Center, Dokki, Giza, Egypt. 2 Locust Affairs & Agro-Aviation Department, Ministry of Agriculture, Dokki, Giza, Egypt. naaibrahim@yahoo.com
Abstract :

Fungicidal evaluation for new ten benzimidazole derivatives, belonging to three different functional groups attached to C-2 of benzimidazole ring system, was carried out in this study aginst four pathogenic fungi. The tested fungi are Rhizoctonia solani, Fusarium oxysporium, Botrytis allii and Aspergillus niger. Some of the investigated compounds possessed promising antifungal activities. Structural activity relationship was discussed in this work. The most reactive derivative was formulated in the form of 10% Emulsifibale Concentrate (EC). The new formulation was re-evaluated and its activity was compared with the standard fungicide. Field performance efficacy of the local formulation against some pathogens that cause bulb rotting of onion during storage was also investigated. Data obtained under laboratory conditions showed that, some new benzimidazoles possessed high biological impacts. Local formulation showed also higher activity than that of the standard fungicide under laboratory and field conditions. 

Keywords :
benzimidazole derivatives, soil borne fungi, air borne fungi, bulb rotting of onion and formulation.

Date Deposited : 22 Nov 2016 19:36

Last Modified : 22 Nov 2016 19:36

Official URL: http://www.sciencepub.net/nature/

Volume 14, Number 4, - 2016

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